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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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1972 )
' cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 50
Miami, Florida Friday, December 15, 1972
Three Sections
Price 25 cents
Assembly's Resolution Is
4 'One-Sided Document'
Spy Ring Planned To
Kidnap Moshe Dayan
UNITED NATION'S (WNS)
- Israeli officials described a
resolution adopted last week by
an 86-7 vote in the U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly as "slightly bet-
ter than it might have been but
still a one-sided and essentially
biased document not calculated
to advance the cause of peace,"
and said tha' for Israel U.S.
Ambassador George Bush' state-
ment after the voting was the
most important fact connected
with the resolution. (Bush said
the paragraph "inviting member
States to avoid actions including
aid which would constitute rec-
ognition of Israel's occupation"
of Arab territory, would have no
effect on American policy).
There were however, indica-
tions of disappointment that the
I iut.,1 States was a mom; the 31
nations that che to abstain
rather than vote arrainst the
Egyptian-spoiisore.l resolution.
Disappointment was also ex-
pressed over Common Market
support of the resolution, al-
though it was acknowledged that
last minute efforts by Britain
and Belgium succeeded in soft-
ening its language.
Britain hai given assurances
earlier it would not support any
draft altering the meaning and
Intent of Resolution 242 and was
apparently satisfied that the in-
tegrity of 242 was not damaged
in the final draft which called
for an Israeli withdrawal but as-
serted that all countries in the
region must be permitted to live
in peace with secure boundaries
free of the threat of force. But
it was felt that even the soft-
ened version contained the po-
tentially dangerous elements of
sanctions.
Israel's U.N. Ambassador, Yo-
sef Tekoah, refrained from re-
nouncing support for Resolution
242 as he had warned Israel
would do If a resolution passed
distorting the five-year-old
measure.
Israel's Deputy Prime Minis-
ter Yigal Allon branded the res-
olution as "inflicting great dam-
age on the prospect of peace"
and assailed it as creating new
illusions in Arab capitals that
Continued on Page 6-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Secur-
ity forces arrested 17 more sus-
pected members of a Syrian-
directed Arab-Jewish spy ring
in simultaneous pre-dawn raids
on the Arab sections of Haifa
and Nazareth and several Arab
villages Monday. Twenty sus-
pects were arrested last week.
The latest suspecwi are all
non-Jewish and include a Druze
from the Golan Heights. One of
the four Israeli Jews arrested
last week in the spy ring drag-
net had contact with Egyptian
intelligence agents as well as
Syrians, it was reported here.
The newspaper Maariv said
that 26-year-old Ehud Adiv trav-
eled from Israel to Athens where
he contacted a Syrian intelli-
gence officer who accompanied'
him to Cairo. Adiv and another
member of the ring also re-
portedly visited Damascus, and
a third member was said to
have gone to Budapest to con-
tact Svrian agens.
According to another report,
that emerged from the continu-
ing investigation, spy ring mem-
bers were planning to kidnap
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
and to attack other Israeli lead-
ers considered to be "chauvin
ists."
Police Minister Shlomo HiHeJ
told a group of visiting Amer-
ican Jewish journalists in Jeru-
salem that the case was especi-
ally serious because of the par-
ticipation of Jews in the ring
which included sabotage and ter-
ror among its activities as mil
as espionage.
Adiv, a former paratrooper
who was born and raised at.
Kibbutz Can Shmuel. was de-
scribed as the "most dangerous
member" of the ring. Israelis
were stunned to learn that he
and three other Jews were work-
ing against their own country
under the direction of Daoud
Osman Turki. an Israeli Chris-
tian Arab
Brodie To Succeed Rosichan As
Federation Executive V-P Jan. 1
The annual American Jewish Congress Community Service
Award for communications media was presented to Fred K.
Shochet, editor and publisher of The Jewish Floridian, at
the recent AJCongress Bruncheon in the Algiers Hotel. The
ewerrd, which recognized the excellent cultural, community
cr.d public affairs program of the newspaper, was pre-
sented to Mr. Shochet by Mrs. Murray Tepper, president of
Florida Women's Division.
Myron J. Brodie will succeed
Arthur S. Rosichan as executive
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Jan. 1,
according to a statement released
by Federation president Robert
Russell, on behalf of its board of
directors.
Mr. Rosichan will devote his
c nergies to the Foundation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies (Federation's
bequest and legacy program), the
development of an Israel-American
Chamber of Commerce and the
promotion of more federal funding
for private philanthropic agencies
and< projects, Mr. Russell said.
Mr. Brodie, presently associate
executive vice president, came to
Miami Federation four years ago
from Hollywood, where he was
executive director of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and Jewish
Family Service of Broward
County.
A member of the Academy of
Certified Social Workers (the pro-
fession's highest accreditation),
Mr. Brodie has served on the
faculty of Barry College Graduate
School of Social Work and pres- the Graduate School.
ently is a member of the Pro- For the past four years Mr.
fessional Advisory Committee of Brodie has been involved in all
areas of Federation activity with
primary responsibility for Federa-
tion's annual Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Funfl
Campaign.
Under his leadership, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has led North America's 230 Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds in
percentage of campaign increases
for two years in a row. In addi-
tion, he has been instrumental in
the development anil maintenance
of Federation's Young Leadership
Cabinet and the Multiple Appeals
Committee.
Some 500 community leaders
honored Mr. Rosichan at Federa-
tion's 34th annual meeting and
dinner recently for his 13 years
of service to the Jewish com-
munity and community at large.
Mr. Rosichan came to the
Greater Miami area in 1960 from
Canada, where he hail been a lee-
MYRON J. BR00IE
Continued on Page 12-A
Expert Brands Bormann Documents A Hoax
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
sraeli expert says that the re-
en t "revelations" that Hitler's
fputy Martin Bormann was
ive in Argentina were untrue
1 based on documents that
ja hoax."
Rcov Caroz. an Israeli wri-
|ho is an acknowledged ex-
i on intelligence matters,
po documents cited by Hun-
k-bom author Ladislas Fa-
p proof that Bormann fled
entina in 1948 and still
lere contain no informa-
fcat has not been available
(public from other sources
Irs.
also branded as false
account ot the cap-
ture of Adolf Eichmann in Bue-
nos Aires in 1961 which claims
that it was the work of Argen-
tinian intelligence rather than
agents of Israel's secret service,
the Shin Bet.
"No one who is the least bit
familiar with the subject needs
to make a deep study to dis-
cover that Farago's top secret'
Argentine intelligence docu-
ments contain reports published
years ago and available at the
public library" he said. For ex-
ample. Farago's "revelation"
that Bormann fled Europe un-
der the name of Eliezer Gold-
stein, was printed in Michael
Bar Ohar's book, "The Aveng-
ers," in 1968.
Caroz said that an Israeli ex-
pert who checked Farago's pho-
tographs of the alleged Bormann
against war-time photos of the
Nazi tDiind that they were def-
initely not of the same man.
The muscle structure and facial
folds wen quite different. Caroz
asserted, adding that Farago's
story of the capture of Eich-
111:11111 was wrong in every de-
tail.
Faraco claimed that Argen-
tine officials knew of the Shin
Bet's hunt for Eichmann and
even "protected" the Israeli
agents who made themselves
conspicuous at a posh hotel in
Buenos Aires where they stayed.
According to Farago's account.
Lsraeli agents jumped out of a
moving car to grab Eichmann as
Argentinian agents watched
from hiding and Eichmann was
"Spirited out of Argentina in the
same plane that carried Foreign
Minister Abba Eban.
Caroz said the Israeli agents
s'ayed at different hotels and
were not conspicuous: they were
in two parked cars when Eich-
mann walked into a trap and
was seized. Eban was not on
the same nlane as Eichmann and
in 19(51 was not Foreign Minis-
ter but Minister of Education,
Caroz pointed out.

PROSECUTOR ASKS FOR
BORMANN CHART
West Berlin police are re-
portedly piecing together
clues relating to two skulls
and other bones discovered
in makeshift graves near
Hitler's former bunker.
Wilhekn Metzner, the
I State Prosecutor from
Frankfurt who is investigat-
ing the Bormann case, has
asked for Bormann's dental
records to determine wheth-
er one of the skulls might |
be that of the No. 2 Nazi.

'lr,.


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*"J(misti fterkflaf)
Friday. December 15
iQTi
Sen. Henry "Scoop" Jackson (left) was the guest speaker
at the annual Founders Dinner sponsored by the South
Florida Chapter of the American Technion Society; Ralph
Levitz (center) was honored at the event; Chapter president
Norman J. Kasssr served as dinner chairman.
IVcIinion Founders Dinner
('ailed Successful Tribute
\ ;'. .'. Kasscr, president <>f
tii.' South Flotilla Chapter of the
Ameik'vii Twlinior S.>. i.-;... was
chaii nan i. ; the annual Founders
Dinn. r, held recent I) .it the Doral
Beach Hotel in honor of Ralph
i. \i>'. chairman >! the Board ol
1 vi' Furnittire-Corp., describes ;is
li.- i>l the most sik-.-os--.ini irib-
\'\ Miami's Jewish community
' tlir Technion-Isracl Institute of
Tech lokigy."
A mr.jor contribution made bj
Mr. ...xji/to provide scholarship
funds t.i enable the many tech-
nical ilejiartments, particularly the
II b school, to provide quality
m and vital technical
know-hou in an expanding Israeli
m was the highllghl of the
evenin "s program. In apprecia-
{.ion ill Mi. LevitE's di dicatkm, the
South Florida Chapter >\ the ATS
piesented him with a sculpture,
. mid. .1. "Soai big",
Sen. Homy M. "Scoop" Jackson,
i D-Wash, i the principal speaker
;.t (be dinner, reiterated the noe In si'.|i|H)it the important work of i
TV ehnfon, isieel's oldest and only
technological institution, which
auks among the lo largest in tiie
world, and detailed the numerous
accomplishments <>f Technion
>m>duutes in the fields of agri-
culture, mochanioai engineering,
ts (.ioneor work in desalination,
the development of arid lauds, etc.
Technion, which will celebrate j
u 50th Jubilee year in 197-1. has |
::lua s ho. n high on the list of the
Senutor's priorities. His associa-
tion with til.- university is evi-
denced by honors paid him by its
U.S. affiliate organizations.
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Aired Vssistanee
The Dado County Commission
I 'las approved seven resolutions to
novHta food services, transporta-
don. health oar.-, social service re-
', i'erral, and nutrition information
t.> low Income elderly residents,
The funds are being provided by
the Federal government to deter-
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services to tfae elderly in hereto-
fore untested approaches.
Dado Cotintv. one of four rum-
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This community's spoctflc as-
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Ambassador's Ball Sunday
To Celebrate Israel's 25th
Dr. Samet Lecturing On 'Diseases Of The Heart'
Sen Edward J. Gurney, senior i dent of the Synagogue Council of
l/nited siaies senator from Flor-1 America and chairman of the
iita, and Consul General Benjamin | Israel Bonds board of governors;
Dr. Mayer Ahiamowit/. chairman
Milton M. Parson, director ol the
Israel Bonds Organizations, and
( antor Nico Keldman of Temple
Ncr Tamid.
Raiitone Norman Atkins, star of
concert, stage and opera, head-
lines the entertainment program.
Dr. Eugene Labovltz, rabbi of
Temple Ner Tamid, will make brief
presentations to honorees and
rhairmen "f mator Israel Bonds
functions held during the past
vcar. He will in-esent a specially
designed pin commemorating Is-
rael's 25th anniversary.
Trustees of Israel for 1972
those who purchased $10,000 or
more in Iserael Bonds during this
year will receive individual
I si lolls of honor designed hy the
renowned Chaim Gross, and per-
sonally inscribed by Israel Finance
\imister Pinhas Sapir.
Reservations for the Ambassa-
ror's Ball may he made al the
Israel Bonds office, 420 Lincoln
"I p|,i
Dr. Philip Samet. chief of the
Cardiology Depaftmctrl at Mount
Sinai Hospital, will present a lec-
ture on "Diseases oi the Heart-' in
the Honey Plaza Auditorium Tues-
day at S p.m. under the auspices
of l"le;i r.od"e ^VSr, Rnat BVIth
The committee in charge ol' the
program Includes Ben Kutcher,
chairman; Henrj Howard, Dr.
Murra) Froqet, Herman Bernard,
Col William Feitelberg, Abe Pet-
chik. Dan I'opek, Hyman Rubin-
stein, Barnetl Moskin and Sarfl
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; try of the stale of Israel's
lependence at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Ambassador Theodor Melon.
Israel's envoy to Canada, will be
the principal speaker at the tribute
in Harry Hood Bassett, chairman
I the board of the First National
Bank of Miami and the Southeast
Ranking Corporation, largest fin-
incial institution in Florida.
Mr. Bassett will receive the
icanor Roosevelt-Israel Humani-
zes Award dining the black tie i
inner and dance, which will be
ttended by individuals purchasing ',
si.000 or more in State of Israel
llonds during 1972. Chairman of i
the Ambassador's Ball are Harold
Friedman and Tibor Hollo.
Sen. Guerney, who will extend
.reelings, has been a strong ailvo-
Bte of the State of Israel during
lis entire service in the United
States Congress. Consul General i
Bonney recently assumed his post
.s Israel's chief representative in j
the Southeastern United States, j
headquartered in Atlanta.
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'he United States will be offered I
by Gary Gerson and Ted Bodin. |
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been streamlined from recent
[years so as to provide more time
for entertainment and dancing, are
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Ji.ian for synagogues of Israel
Bonds; Dr. Irving Lehrman, presi-
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Vclume 45
Fr:cay, December 15, 1972
by JOSEPH ALSOP
PKKING. China It la usu-
ally a mistake to hack into an
important subject. Yet a signifi-
cant part of my absorbing ex-
pei lence here can be best ex-
plained by a scmewhat ribald
story about Catherine the Great
of Rusria.
In her later years, Cathei Ine -
famous successive passion- for
Orlov and Potemkin belonged to
the past. In this j>eriod. two la-
dies of the Russian court ac-
quired the nickname of "the try-
ers-out." It was accurate, too.
for when the empress cast her
Number 50
10 TEVETH 5733 !
Ball Has Special Significance
The Ambassador's Ball, sponsored by the State of
Israel Bonds, has become one of the major social events
of the year in our area. The eighth annual Ball will have
particular significance this Sunday night for it will be
the occasion for paying tribute to Harry Hood Bassett,
chairman of the board of the First National Bank of Miami.
Mr. Bassett's leadership of one of the great banks of
this country has been distinguished by close relations
with the Jewish community and by the institution's recog-
nition of the value of investment in Israel Bonds, setting
the pace for individual buyers of all religious creeds.
South Florida Jewry has taken the Ambassador's Ball
under its social wing but never forgotten that its major
purpose is the promotion of Israel Bonds. The record of
this area in support of this cause is worthy of the kind of
celebration that will take place on Sunday night.
New Dimension In Education
The language contained in a memorandum from the
office of the Superintendent of the Dade County School
Board would seem to be an apt description of the Greater
Miami High School in Israel pioneered by our own
Federation.
Issued to parents involved in the public school sys-
tem's quinmester program, it speaks cf "enthusiasm."
"p:lde" and the potential for "worthy and meaningful"
|h school curricula experiences for a student. Briefly
stated, the Federation's program calls for nine we^ks of
Study by 10th and 11th grade students in Israel for which
y will receive regular credits toward graduation. Wh;L?
field trips are part of the curriculum, this is not one cf the
routine Israel tours offered to young people but a serious
period of school work for which only serious students can
qualify.
While the project is being coordinated locally by
Federation and the Dade School Board, it has attracted
the cooperation of the Israel Ministry of Education and
Culture, the Institute for Jewish Life and the World Zionist
Youth Foundation, all of whom see in Miami's pioneering
effort great potential for a new dimension in Jewish educa-
tion. It should be emphasized, however, that the Miami
High School in Israel is open to all qualified students in-
terested, regardless of race or religion.
Statement Needs Careful Research
If the last several election years have proved that the
majority of Jews still vote "liberal," they have also shown
evidence of what the Jewish Rights Council, a new kind of
defense agency, considers the "Jewish Quotient."
This response and sensitivity to the special concerns
articulated by the Council at its first national convention
takes the form of positions against busing of school chil-
dren (to achieve racial integration), against affirmative
action :n the job areas (quotas) and scatter-site housinq
without community control (open housing). The parentheti-
cal comments are added.
Somehow the statement by one of the Council's lead-
ers that "There is nothing morally wrong in our endeavors
to affirm our rights and to protect our interests" has a
familiar ring which requires more careful research into
the history of such statements in the bitter struggle of the
Jews for equality in Europe and this country.
That the leadership of the Jewish Rights Council is of
higher intellectual quality than Meir Kahane's JDL makes
its dedication to the "strengthening and enhancement of
the Jewish community through Jewish militancy" deserving
of even more serious consideration in our changing society.
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eve upon another young u:
of her guards, he would then bi
tried out first by "the try-
out."
The comparison may seem ri-
diculous: indeed it is ridiculous.
But during the ea: lier part of
my stay here. I had a constant
sense of being carefully .
tested, both politically and
lectually.
THE TESTS took the
of conversations with offi
in an ascending order of import-
ance. They in.-luded a long lunch-
eon with the leading men of The
People's Daily and even more
important Chinese official
agency. Hsinhua. They culmi-
nated in three fascinating h
of talk with the brilliant vice
minister of foreign affairs. (
Kuan-hua. who is known to bi
particularly close to Prime Min-
ister Chou En-lai.
My sense of being tested as
confirmed when the prime min-
ister finally sent for my wife
and me. Things I had said earlier
somehow cropped up. even
though I hai not yet said them
to Chou Kn-lai himself. Thus
this trying-out process must be
s en as having genuine mean-
ing.
The meaning was reasonably
bleak, too; for the central sub-
j> ct of the tryers-out was the
triangular relationship between
the United States. China and
the Soviet Union. And the main
sub-theme was the danger of a
( miiiniicd on Page 11-A
COMMENT
One of our local synagogues
several yean ago published in
its weekly bulletin the results
of a study made "i its religio -
school. The conclusion was that
it had Due of the finest in the
country."
WHILE MOST of the data
gathered from the Miami Pop-
ulation Survey remains locked
up in some Federation safe,
including that which deals with
Jewish education, ii would l>c
safe to state that parental atti-
tude here will prove to be no
different from that of other
areas of the country. More than
70^ of the parents express
themselves as "satisfied" and
only 107c have negative feelings
about what their children are
learning about Judaism.
The difficulty with these re-
ports become obvious on closer
scrutiny. The research on the
local synagogue was done by
one of its own committee, by
parents whose Jewish education
could not stand testing, and the
best proof would seem to be the
statistic arising from the na-
tional survey that more than
70% are "satisfied."
But if we are to accept the
validity of these statements and
figures, and acknowledge that
"one of the finest in the coun-
try" religious schools is about
on a par with the average large
synagogue school in this com-
munity, then a lot of time,
money and valuable newspaper
space is being wasted on looking
at present-day Jewish education
as a "disaster", as it was char-
acterized several years ago.
AS ONE who has been in-
volved in the process of soul-
searching on a formal basis
since the idea struck home some
four years ago, I have the un-
easy feeling that all those hours
of meetings have don m il.ii:.
hut put some pov rter and rouge
se ii Jewish edu-
m Is indeed a corpse.
Four yean ago, Federation's
new Planning Commission on
Education decided it would not
get involved with the syna-
Og le school; it was a sensitive
area, full of pitfalls that could
only outrage the local congre-
gations, not to say enrage the
dedicated secularists who spoke
as if separation of church and
state" were even a sacred cause
within the Jewish community.
That was a grievous, if under-
standable error, four years ago.
To maintain that position today
only compounds the mistake.
Some 90% of Jewish educa-
tion in the Greater Miami area
is under the aegis of the syn-
agogues and no one knows
how many additional thousands
of children are closed out of the
opportunity because their fam-
ilies are not affiliated. To at-
tempt to plan" the future of
Jewish education without in-
volving the synagogues is, to
put it mildly, ridiculous.
THE JEWISH condition, as
sociologist Daniel Bell wrote
more than a decade ago, is
"complicated by the fact that he
must come to terms not only
with culture and history but
with religion as well.
"For the religious tradition
has shaped the others," wrote
Bell in his reflections on Jew-
ish identity, "providing both
conscience and the continuity
of fate. As an agnostic, one can.
in rejecting religion, reject God;
one may reject a supernatural or
even a transcendental God. But
as a Jew, how can one reject
the God of Abraham, Isaac and
Jacob without rejecting one-
self?
by EDWARD COHLN
"How. ihen. does B
Jew continue to [dentil
the J< wish fati ? And if such
an identification is made and
conditioned largely by i
ence. by a generational experi-
ence at that, what must lie the
consequences" The initial
lem remains the religious one."
A decade later, during one
of the symposiums at the recent
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds assembly.
the perceptive Leonard Fein was
blunt in stating that he is "per-
suaded that Jewish history 'n
America is taking a dramatic
turn, and that turn will be taken
with or without the help or par-
ticipation of federations."
To him the Jewish genius lies
in the translation of the re-
ligious metaphor and under-
standing of the secular world.
our capacity for bringing the
wisdom of God's kingdom t" be ir
in the affairs of man."
THE BRANDEIS University
sociologist, who has contributed
much to Jewish thought In re-
cent years and who is credited
with beginning the educational
revolution in Federations with
his blunt speech at a CJFWr
meeting four years ago, views
secularism today as a myth that
has been proven to be just that
- a myth.
Jewish needs, tnerefore. in his
opinion, can no longer be met by
the increasing success of fund-
raising he thinks that has
reached its limits but by a
re-ordering of priorities if new
needs are to be met. And. in
my opinion, that holds true for
Jewish education in our time.
(This is the second in a series
of columns on the relationship
of Federation and the syniiROi:u"
In the area of Jewish education.)


Friday. December 15, 1972
*Jenisti Fkridfan
Page 5-ft.
Hebrew Academy Choir Planning
Musical Tribute To Principal
A special musical tribute to i would pay off the mortgage on
Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. the main building, which then
Gross and to the first quarter of | amounted to some $80,000.
Reservations for this year's din-
ner continue to surpass all previ-
ous records, according to Oscar
Mamber. chairman of the dinner
committee cabinet and vice pres-
ident of the school. Working
losi-ly with him on ticket sales
.'ire Oscar Schapiro. associate
chairman of the executive com-
mittee; I. H. Abrams. associate
chairman of the board; and
Samuel Relnhard, senior vice pres-
ident,
B. I. Binder, chairman of the
board, and Irving Firtel. president,
lauded Mr. Kanter for his leader-
ship in enlarging the dinner com-
mittee this year to include all
segments of the Jewish com-
munity.
Rabbi Gross has served as prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy for
almost the entire 25 years since
the school began with six students, i
It now includes a girls high school j
and is affiliated with a South Dade |
Hebrew Academy and the Louis j
Merwitzer Mesivta High School j
for Boys.
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entury of the Greater Miami
w Academy will be pre-
' *i at the Miami Beach school's
'.'"iih anniversary scholarship din-
: Jan. 7 at the Deauville Hotel.
The 60-voice Hebrew Academy
Choir, under the direction of Jack
Donnet, will offer a cantata, "The
l>14th Mitzvah," during the black
tie dinner-dance, according to
Joseph M. Kanter, general chair-
man of the $125-a-couple event.
The cantata will trace the his-
tory of the Hebrew Academy from
its start in a rented garage,
through the long years in a con-
\ erted church on Sixth St. in
Miami Beach, to the new buildings
of the main campus at 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.
Rabbi Gross will pay special
tribute to the late Herman L.
Shaw, chairman of the executive
committee of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, Sunday morning at a special
meeting of the dinner committee.
The plenary session is slated at
10 a.m. in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Bldg., 4200 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
The Greater Miami Hebrew-
Academy is a beneficiary agency
of Federation, and depends on the
proceeds of the scholarship dinner
for the majority of funds needed
to provide scholarships for a ma-
jority of the more than 800 stu-
dents, Mr. Kanter said.
Mr. Shaw, who died last Friday,
was one of the most generous
benefactors of the South's largest
Hebrew day school. He was hon-
ored by the Hebrew Academy last
spring, when he announced he
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+Jewist ncridttan
Friday, December 15, 1972

Chief Rabbi of Rumania, Dr. Moses Rosen,
(center) was brought to Miami under the aus-
pices ci the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign. At left is Harry A.
(Hap) Levy, chairman cf Federation's CJA-
1EF campaign and Mrs. Rosen; Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Zilbeit, hosts of the reception
are at right. Charles Rosenberg, Worker
Training chairman for the CJA-IEF campaign
is behind Mrs. Rosen.
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Rumanian Chief Rabbi Discusses
Life Behind The Iron Curtain
Rabbi Dr. Moses Rosen. Chief
Rabbi <>i Rumania since 1948, re-
cently met with more than 50
members <>f Miami's Orthodox
Jewish community to discuss "Life
i Religious Jewry Behind the Iron
Curtain."
Dr. Rosen, whose visit to Miami
was sponsored by the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign of the Great, i
Miami Jewish Federation, was
I guest of honor at a reception
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Zilbert at their North Bay Village
In his talk, the Rabbi credited
home,
the Joint Distribution Committee. !
: one of Federation's beneficiaries
with extending Ufa-sustaining aid ',
i to Rumanian Jewry.
Most of Rumania's Jews are old. ;
: lie reported, but with the support
and help of free world Jewrv. hoi
food and clothing and other serv-
ices are made available to the old
and incapacitated.
Dr. Rosen has for 15 years been
a member Of the Rumanian parlia-
ment, and is credited with the
creation of legal conditions which
protect Jewish life in Rumania.
Dr. Rosen has been editor of the
Journal of Rumanian Religious
Jewry.'' the only Hebrew publica-
tion in [Eastern Europe, since I95fi.
Assembly's Resolution Is
A "One-Sided Document'
Continued from ruse i-A
ohlj strengthen Arab lead-
- n their beliefs that they can
, a their aims ;it the ex-
vital and legitimate
li i; i rests."
>ir Allon, addressing the
I Jewish Appeal's national
i il rence in Now York, said the
1 n in Mai kei nations wei e
'les con< erned with holy
places than with oily places."
He also said Israel was read)
to negotiate "with any Arab
government at any time, any-
where in the world.
"We are really to OompfomlM
on territory, but cannot and will
not compromise on .security."
he said.
There is no problem, inchnl-
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why arent we
having an affair?
iii(t the to-catted Palestinian
question, which (imiiot be solved
hy negotiations."
At a prOBB conference in Lon-
don at the conclusion of the So-
cialist International Bureau
meeting Foreign Minister Abba
1-iban said Israel's position at
present in the administered Arab
territories is fully legitimate un-
til there Ls a oeace treaty signed
which would alter the situation,
and noted that even the General
Assembly, where the Arab states
have "an automatic majority'1
was forced to omit harsh clauses
demanding immediate Israeli
withdrawal and implying san -
tions for refusal. He pointed out
that more of the "interested
states" voted against the reso-
lution or abstained than vote!
for it.
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all. we're
talking; about the most important moments in your life. Your
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A unique program, the ("antorial
Preparatory School, jointly spon-
sored by the Cantors Association
of Greater Miami and the Central
agency lor Jewish Education, as
part of the Judaica program of
Central Agency was Inaugu-
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tor Zvi Adler of Temple Einaiui-
El, president of the Cantors Asso-
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director of the Central Agency for
ewish Education.
The rantorial program is de-
dgned to train a corps of young
>eople who will be able to lead the
synagogue service. The com -p will
Include instruction in the chanting
if liturgy, the cantillation of
Torah, Haftarah, and Megillot.
voice nroductkm and the hist irv
and development of the prayer
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The cantors of the community.
with Cantor Jack Mendel Beth Torah Congregation serving
as coordinator, will participate as
instructors of the program.
The program will be conducted
each Tuesday from 5 to 8:30 p.m.,
and is open to teenagers of the
entire community. The major pre-
| requisite is an interest in Jewish
I nu'sic.
The Cantonal Preparatory
[ School is one of the activities o'l
, the Cantors Association which i-
: now preparing the second annual
('antorial Concert to be held on
Mai:h 24, as part of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's "is-
lael 25" program. It is also an-
other example of the "reach-out"
programming of the Judaica Hitth
! School which now numbei more
'i cQr) students in a varietj .:
programs and groups througho il
j the community.
i *
Richard Friedman's Topic
'How Investor Is Taken'
Richard N. Friedman will speak
. on "How the Small Stock Market
Investor is Taken" a the Forte
, Forum Tuesday, at 1 p.m.. in tIk-
Forte Auditorium. 1200 West Ave
Mr. Friedman is a columnist ol
the Miami Review "Securities
Today." president of the American
Stockholders Assn.. Inc.. and lec-
turer on securities regulation it
the University of Miami School >t
Law.

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'age 7-A
World Zionist Leader
Temple Israel Speaker
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, one ofi
! leading Americani In the!
Korld Zionlsl movement, will he I
Sunday's guesl lecturer for the :
Greenfield Adult Institute at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
The outspoken president of the
-, m man Jewish Congress, Rabbi i
Hertzberg will address himself tol
major issue in raising the ques- j
lion, "Do Jews Need a Theology I
r hi Ideology"? at a time when !
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debate.
Sunda-. morning's lecture marks
r rei ui n appearance for Rabbi
Hertzberg, the author of a number
<>f definitive books on Jewish sub-
jects,
A member of the Confen nee of
Presidents of Jewish Organiza-
tions and the World Jewish
Agency, Rabbi Hertzberg has jusl
returned from a Joint meeting of
With groups in Israel, where the
question of future American-
Israeli relations was vigorously
debated.
The public is united to attend
the lecture, which begins at 10
a.m. Single tickets may be pur-
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versity of Miami.
Spinoza Forum
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a.m. at 1334 Washington Avc was
to he Hew John R. Braham. Pastor
of Grace United Methodist Church.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson is forum
founder and Arnold Kleiner serves
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Friday, December 15, 1972
Guide Issued To Help Jewish Parents
Answer Questions Posed By Holiday
In order to assist Jewish parents in the confusion and conflicts
which the holiday poses for them, this "Guide for Jewish Parents Re-
:ing Christmas" has been issued in the name of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami by Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sbolom. president, in response to many inquiries by Jewish families
in the community.
Q. Isn't Christmas a national holiday which all -lew* <-\n observe
In pood conscience?
A. Banks and government agencies da cio=e. but above all things,
( ristmai is a major Christian holy day which celebrates the birth
cf Jesus, the Christian Messiah. To suggest to our Christian friends
thai Christmas is anything else would be presumptions. Christmas is
m t in the same category as Thanksgiving Day, Fourth of July. Dec-
oration Day. or any other American holiday. Since we do not regard
Jesus as our savior, we can not in good conscience observe Christmas.
To do so is to violate our religious principles.
Q. How do Christian clergymen and the responsible Christian
Iait> regard the problem?
A. Responsible Christian lenders bemoan the perversion of the
Christmas season and are trying to do something about it. Christian
men and laymen constantly speak out against the commerciali-
zation of the Christmas celebration. It is a religious holiday, and should
b> regarded as uch.
Q. Would it not he the better part of discretion to "go along" with
our Christian neighbors, even il it means observing Christmas?
A. No matter involving violations of Strong religious convictions
can I e regarded as trivial or minor. The true spirit of Americanism
never compel anyone to act in conflict with his freedom of con-
r,ce. Our early American forebearer= came to these shores pre-
< < :> for the opportunity to worship G-d according to the dictates of
their hearts.
Q. What about the Christmas tre*-?
A. The Christmas tree is distinctively a Christmas symbol. Since
Christmas is for Christians, the Christmas tree is symbolic for
Christians only. The Christmas tree has no place in the Jewish home,
nor should any Jewish child be compelled to participate in observances
ii ,< Iving Christmas trees.
. 't'ljc schools?
A. Parties designated as Christmas parties or having the appear-
ance of Christmas parties, have no place in the public schools. Winter
or year-end parties of a general nature are acceptable.
Q. Is it appropriate to give gifts to Christian friends?
A. It is appropriate to give Christmas gifts to our Christian
friends. However, it is not appropriate to present Christmas gifts
.ii .- -.
Q. Should Jewish children participate in Christmas plays in public
n boots?
A. No. Christmas pay- generally portray religious themes which
have no place in a public school. On the other hand, some schools hold
a so-called "Winter Festival" in which an attempt is made to a
connotations. But it is sometimes difficult to draw the
distinction, if th< arents feel that the performance is free of all
n gious overtone-, children may certainly participate.
Q. should Jewish children sing Christmas carols?
A. No, Carols, being religious hymns, do not belong in the public
school. Jewish children should not be required to sir.g hymns which
embody a theology they do not accept.. Neutral songs that have no
religious references however, are acceptable.
Q. Do we harm our children by directing them not to particio-.tte?
A. No. The classroom is one among many p'a;es whim reveals
the existence of differences. We further our children's personal growth
end maturity by teaching them that they can respect the faith of
their neighbor without embracing that faith. We can clearly mark
tbc-'e differences by such simple statement.'- as, "This is what we do."
and "This is what we do not do."
Q. What about other Jewish children who participate in Christmas
observances in the public schools?
A. There are now. as there always have been, parents who do not
accept the viewpoint of responsible Jewish leadership. They proceed on
their own when they permit their children to participate in Christmas
observances. This confuses the children of parents who do follow the
thoughtful recommendations of Jewish leadership. Jewish parents will
help their children most if they <1) accept diversity in the ranks of
Jewry as a normal condition in the American environment; *2> know
and understand the thinking of responsible Jewish leadership and
recognize that most parents are anxious to follow it; and (3) assure
their children that despite the participation of some Jewish children,
Jewish leaders have taken a strong position for non-participation in
observances of a holiday not their own. and that this is also their
position.
Q. Would not the entire problem be solved in the public school by
Joint Christmas and Chamikah celebration?
A. No. It is a violation of the Constitution to observe any sectarian
holiday in the public school, be it joint observance or otherwise. We do
not correct an error by compounding the error.
Q. Should Chamikah be celebrated in the public schools?
A. No. To do so violates the Constitution, uses the taxpayer -
money for sectarian purposes, and jeopardizes the principle of the
separation of church and state, without which there can be no religious
freedom.
Conservative Jewry Opens
Center In Israeli Capital
Moses J. Grundwerg of Miami
Beach was elected national as-
sociate vice president of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America at the
organization's recent 4th anni-
versary biennial convention, in
Boca Raton.
Zotliar Ball Saturday
The Select Circle, Y.S.A. i young
persons 21 to 35) of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, is spon-
soring a gala Zodiac Ball, Satur-
day at 8:30 p.m. in the main ball-
room of the "Y". 8500 SW 8th St.
A live band and set-ups will be
provided.
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Conservative
Judaism has realized its cherished
dream of establishing a foothold
in the State of Israel with the
ledication here of the Center of
Conservative Judaism in Jerusa-
lem.
Dedication of the Center by the
I'nitcd Synagogue of America and
the World Council of Synagogues
took place in conjunction with the
World Council's internatonal con-
vention here. Dr. Gershon Cohen,
chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, offi-
ciated.
Speakers included Jacob Stein,
president of the United Synagogue;
David Zucker, of New York, chair-
man of the Special Committee foi
Administering United Synagog.n
Buildings in Jerusalem, and Morris
Speizman, of Charlotte. N. C.
president of the World Council.
The compound of buildings at
Keren Haycsod and Agron Streets
in the heart of Jerusalem were the
gift of Mr. Zucker and Mr. Speiz-
man.
From its very inception, Mr
Speizman said, the Conservative
Movement has recognized the cen-
tiality of Flretz Yisrael in Judaism.
, and has always regarded Zion as
' an indispensible lifeline for the
survival of the Jewish people and
the Jewish faith.
"Since the rebirth of the State
of Israel' he" added, "the United
Synagague of America has stood
proudly in the vanguard of Dias-
pora Jewry as a staunch chanr ion
of the new state. It was only a
matter of time before the United
Synagogue and the World I
would establish a foothold in '..<.<
Holy Land."
Rabhi Lehrfield
Discussion Leader
For Pirke Abotli
Dr. David Lehrfield. rab
Congregation Kneseth Israel, and
instructor of children anii
in local Hebrew Institutions, will
!e discussion leader for the Great
Jewish Books group when n
on Thursday. Dec. 21. at 2 |>.m,
at the Miami Beach Public
Library.
The subject of Dr. Lehrfield's
talk will be "Pirke Aboth. Ethics
of the Fathers."
Samuel Reiser will be co-
ordinator.

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?
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Joseph Reveals Himself
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DR. IIKRBEKT M. i;.\t MOARI)
Temilf Bt-th Am
In this segment of the Hook of
Genesis (B'rayshlt), Joseph finally
decides to reveal himself to his
brothers, after
playing carries
with i hem and
tormenting them
omen hat.
Joseph had
hidden his enh-
let in the saek
of Benjamin,
t h e youngest
hint her. and had
planned on
keeping Benja-
min as si net v
for the fact that
1*ie brothers would nrinK their
lather to see him. Judah. however,
could not tolerate the thought of
his father's suffering when he
would learn that Benjamin was
King held hostage in Egypt Con-
sequently, Judah approaches Jo-
seph and petition that he. Judah.
be kept hostage instead of his
younger brother.
It is this saciifieial offer on the
I art of one of his brothers in be-
half of the other that causes
Rabbi Baumqard
Joseph to break down anil weep.
The Torah reads. "His sobs were
so loud that the Egyptians could
hi ar. and so the news reached
| Phaiaoh's palace."
Joseph's heart overflows when
'uilah demonstrates that he is
a; able of this great compassion.
(n one great awell *>f forgiveness,
Foseph encourages his astonished
brother! not to be afraid, even
though they have wronged him.
-nd even though he is mighty
,-nough to harm them.
In one sense, the Joseph story
: is a tale of hatred and Jealousy
amongst brothers. In the end.
however, it becomes the story of
. brother! protecting each other and
maturing through suffering.
"Va-yiggash" is the title of this
Torah schment. It takes its name
from the oiH-ning phrase. "And
ludah iiirac near to Joseph .
land offered himself in place of
Benjamin),
As an example of the tender
resolution of human conflict, the
i Bible has no greater reading than
this one. It would seem to me that
any sensitive human lieing would
have to weep with Joseph and his
brothers as he reads this
"pai asha."
iimiiMuwnmar
r^abbinical U evision
f'rog
ran* 9
Dec, 17
Ch. -l. 8:30 a.m The First Estate
< Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Preacher and the Word or God"
Guests: Rabbi Ralph P. (Qngsley, Father John
Vercb
Ch. 10. 0:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Ralph P. Klngsley, Temple Sinai
North Dade
!).<. 17 Ch. 7, 10 am. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
Topic: "Jewish Youth on Campus"
Dee. 17
of
SYNOPSIS OF THE WfEKlr TORAH PORTION
whh-ini niimsr
Vayigash
;
"Then Judah came near unto him (Chapters XUV, 18-
XLVH-27)
JOSEPH REVEALS HIMSELF: ludah approached Joseph
and mad a i Injj and eloquent appeal. He begged that Benja-
min be returned to his aged father who had already lost one son
and would di< of grief if yet another were taken from him, and
oflei d hu i plf as ;i bondsman In his brother's place. Joseph
could no longer restrain himself and. ordering all others to with-
draw, disclosed his real identity. The brothers were speechless
with fright, hut Joseph told them not to reproach themselves for
selling him Into Egypt as it had been God's will that he saw
many aple from starvation. He urged them to return to
Canaan and hasten back with their father, their families, and
flocks and herds. They would live in the Land of Goshen and
have sufffldent food for the remaining five years of famine. The
brothers weir embraced by Joseph and all wept with emotion.
When the news reached Pharaoh, he too, invited them to settle
in Egypt and ordered that Wagons be sent to ronvey Jacob and
his household. Joseph showered his brothers with gifts for them
an 1 his father, and they returned to Canaan.
JACOB LEAVES FOR EGYPT: When Jacob was told that
Joseph was stil! alive he lelt faint, as he could hardly believe
the news, hut after hearing the full story, set forth on his
journey accompanied by 66 of his direct descendants and their
families. He stopped at Beersheba to offer sacrifices to God who
appeared in a vision and told him not to fear going to Egypt,
Joseph, after meeting with his father at Goshen, advised his
brothers to tel; Pharaoh that they were herdsmen. As the E| vp-
tians considered this ti be an inferior occupation, Pharaoh would
allow them to live apart in Goshen. Joseph presented five of bis
blithers to Pharaoh, who entrusted the competent ones with the
care at his flocks. Joseph then Introduced his lather, who be-
stowed his blessing on Pharaoh.
THE FAMINE IN EGYPT: The famine bad reached a criti-
cal stage and ar the money of the Egyptians and Canaanitcs had
passed Into the royal treasury in exchange for food. The Egyp-
tians Were moved from the country to the cities, where the corn
was stored, to facilitate the distribution of food. They were still
permitted, however, to cultivate their own Ian!;, provided they
paid one-fifth of the produce to Pharaoh; but the land belonging
to the priest! is exempted from this tax. So the Israelites lived
in the land of Go-hen and acquired wealth and prosperity.
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B] RABBI DB. SAMUEL -I. FOX
Why do the dally prayers
< itt:iii a s,s, lion in which the
offcrinK Incense is described
in detail?
Most prayer books contain this
passage only in the beginning of
the service. Some prayer books
have this passage also at the end
of the service.
Since the prayers represent the
sacrifices which used to be offered
in the Temple in Jerusalem, the
section on incense is included in
the prayers because the incense
was offered after the sacrifices
were offered. The prayer repre-
sents the idea of saerilice liecausc
man. in the experience of prayer,
stands committed before God.
The spices which were offered
for incense were considered to
have many virtutes. Some claim
. that these spires served to atone
lor slander in the evil tongue. Just
' as the spiees spread aroma ab docs
; the evil tongue spread gosSjlp.
The Aramaic translation for the
Hebrew word used to express the
idea of offering the incense im-
plied the idea of "binding." The
offering of the spices, therefore,
serves as a binder between man
and God.
Some claim that the column of
smoke that issues from the'offer-
in,' of the spices is a symbol of
the soul which tends upwards
towards unity with God. Others
claim that the spices are the most
intangible item when they have
been i educed to odors. They,
therefore, represent not the out-
ward physical reality but the in-
ward spiritual reality which man
achieves through sacrifice or
prayer.
It is said that King David
yearned to offer spices. When he
realized that he was not to be the
builder of the Holy Sanctuary in
Jerusalem he at least sought to
offer a prayer symbolizing the
spices.
Generally speaking, the spice
i>ffeting indicates the meaning of
sacrifice, in the sense that it^is not
the physical offering which God
desires, but rather the sacrifice of
man's spirit to His inlinitc realm.
<<;). IOTJ Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
ISRALOM Building
1st Residence Club
In Israeli Capital
A new concept is being offered
in J< rusalem by ISRAL" >M (Israel
Homes & Real Estate Corp. Ltd.),
in the form of a "Residence Club"
In the Israeli capital's new Ramat
fCshkol section.
Consl ruction has begun on the
project which will include 64
studio and one-bedroom units plus
varous public and recreational
facilities, such as a lobby, recep-
tion area, club room, game room,
roof sundeck and laundry room.
Said to be the first residence
( lub of its type designed for per-
manent or periodic occupancy by
foreign citizens, csi>ecialiy single
I i.-nils and couples who wish an
apartment in Israel providing
"community" services, this apart-
ment innovation here is being of-
fered for sale on a condominium
basis. Each apartment includes
ilosets, a refrigerator and a stove.
Eli Wagner, manager of Isia-
lom's branch for the U.S.A. and
Canada, has announced that the
prices of these apartments range
from $20,545 to S48.185, with
, mortgages up to $20,000. Isralom
B consortium of Israel's major
building and financing firms was
launched last .war to provide sec-
ond and future permanent homes
in Israel for overseas citizens. It
is now building or planning apart-
ments, homes and residence clubs
' in all parts of Israel.
Isralom has offices all over the
I United States and Canada, its
main office in North America is
located at SO Second Ave. New
York, N. Y. 10017.
MIAMI
! A H A V A T SH" >>M CON'."'-A.
i TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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| ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz
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BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or m:: Reform. Rabb' He
bert Baumgard 3
Priuay s..... ,. .it Rabbi Barry Alimii .
will apeak on the theme. "A- A Drrv-
en l .i.f "
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. .au'-Ji Irving A Wem-
gart. Cantor William W Lipson. 4
Prlday (at ';"U'h la' Vu'.itnrlum.l
7::)" D.nt. (H-nnse serwe conducted
bj Rabbi Dun Landsman: 8:80 p.m.,
congregational r\ ii t s conducted by
Itablil Irvine. A. VVtlngart whose e*r-
mon topic will be: "Man Sot . j Is Ti Blame." Saturday (at Coral
I Way aanetuan l :' 8 m.. Bar Mltsvah:
I Jeffrey, win >-i Mr, and Mrs. Sheldon
; Rosenfleld.
1 BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
; dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
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BETH KODESH. .101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha-
l piro. Cantor Lecn Segal. 6
Pirday 8:15 p.m.. sermon topic: "We
I Cash With Bach Other!", followed
| by Ones Shalili.it boated by Mr. Harry
Mart In memory "f ihi late Ethel Hart,
I BETH TOV (Tempie). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Charles Rubel
will have an his sermon topic: "Jacoh
li of services Ones Shabbal will be
hosted by Cantor mid .Mrs. Seymour
Hinkes in honor of their son BUIott's
linr Mltsvah.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi-
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Ketorm. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
J ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi kaul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
I Friday ". ] in *:1S p.m., rmon
I topic: "Josenh's Dilemma Am-.. >
in- INn il.uii'.i. followed by Ones
Bbabbal honoring Canior Wuhan Par-
| nass and the choir. Saturday s:45 a.m .
Rabbi Bender's sermon: Portion of
' ilw vvv. k.
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OR OLOM (Temple- ?755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Tabbi Elliot
Wmogr J. Cantor ; ehouda Binya-
min. 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rit,bi Maurice
Klein. 14
Prlday S:l.", p.m.. sermon topic: "Only
Human Tin- Eternal Alibi." Saturday
n a.m.. Bar Mltsvah: Eddie, son of
Mr. ami .Mrs. Alan Rosen, followed
by KUIdush liuiii'i'iiiK the Bar MltS-
\.il>.
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday 8 p.m., dedication of Allt-n
Berman Hall. Sermon topic: "Re-
nawnl is Our Strensith." followed by
Onea Bhabba.1 hosted by Mr. ami
Mrs. Morris Levitt ami .Mrs. Sylvia
Berman. Saturday 8 a in liar Mliz-
vah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs
Stanley Myers, followed b> Klddush
hosted by Mr. .-mil Mrs Myers. Ser-
mon Sedran of "'. ek,
HI Alt AH
TIFERETH JACOB tTempleV 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na.
than Zolondek. 15
NOKH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
Friday 8:15 p.m., temple will be hosl
i" a km.up i.f Catholic 1., .
Rabbi Oorfiiikcl will sneak nn the
topic: "What Christians Should Know
Aboul Judn "i
nuMfftf HtACH
AGUDATH ISRASL. 7801 Ca.-lyie Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Evtr.

[ BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
IBETH RAPHAEL*(Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
Prldaj B:15 p.m. Rabbi David Raab
I will conduct tin- service ami preach
Ion: "How To Exist in the Modern!
i World." nn Saturday he Mill siieak
on the portion of the neek 1 ntltled
I Pleading for Russian Jewry."
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser 91
| "frlday 8:15 p.m.. n- Leon Kronish
iiii speak on: "What is .\1a11 s 1 ..-
1 mi.- Destiny?" Saturdny, 10:45 a.m
Itel Mltsvah: Rettlna Orna, daughter
I Of .Mr. ami Mrs. 1!i-iiii> I-;.t. I-1, in:
Mar Mltsvah: I nuis si.11 ,,r Mi. and
Mrs. Morton Burnsteln.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22 I
'B-iTJ?.YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA. i
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
iCli5N HEBREw"cONGREGATION.
"^Washington Ave. Orthodox,
riabbi 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 W.-,.-hing.
ton1 Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving'
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Prida) 8:.1J p.m., Rnbbl Lehrman will1
offlclat. Out-si speaker, Leo Mlndlln, 1
Miami Herald columnist and issocl- !
ate professor nl Miami Dade Junior
College will havi .,- his topic "Crl-
~is 111 the Middle East '
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
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CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrrw
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Hillel. 2j.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr,.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Avt.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfie'd.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Tempte). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Frldman. 28
; Prldaj 8:15 i- m Has Mltsvnl
I ciuellne, daughter ( Mr. and Mrs.
Charlen Dascal. Saturday : a.m
; Mltsvah: Mario, son of Mr. ami
Samuel 1 Irosfeld.
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NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservatve.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 28
Friday 8:18 p.m., Rabbi Lahovlts \>iii
. have as ins sermon topic: "Reat-hlns
! for Hie Moon.**
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radin 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad, Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 154?.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi .vrohom
Groner. 32
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; NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can.
1 tor Murray Yavneh. 3?-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi-
am1 Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits.
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NORTH miAn.: BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN iTemple). 102S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor R-uvan Eckhaus. 33
l-'i Iday 7:M P m -i" rial m < lei -
nrlng new members snd ilu-lr fantl -
followed by tmeg Shabbal spon......1
by Mr. and Mrs Irvins 1 1 mi 1
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lp-
schitz. Cantor Jacob 3. Mendelson 34
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' B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Mabbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple). 01 NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Prlday 8:15 pin sermon: "Xew
I Union Prayerboolc In The Making."
Saturday 10:30 a.m liar Mltsvah:
lary 1 Nsman.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 38
C.UKAL GABlfa
JUOEA (Temole). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday 8:13 p m Rev. David T.
Sctatea uf tlu Plrsl I'nlted \h'
dish Church oi oral 1 n ill
share the pulpit with Itabl
. .v. Bkop. Saturtlay 11 :i"i a.m
Mils* all: Audri \. daughli 1 Pr,
ami Mrs, Alvln Preund,
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ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zainora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwfl! A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
41
Fl 'lav 15 p in "Ask Thi
Si mlnar." Saturdaj r. 11 111
SURFSIDt
MOGAN DAVID COf'GRECVTICN,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rarbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
fORT LAUDfRDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Elvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abr.ims. Cantor Jerome Klcment. 43
POMPAN0 BIACII
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
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MARGATF JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
HAUAN0AU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEB
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziaer.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Templet. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. R ibbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
Prlday 8:18 p.m. in- Samuel '/ 3
will speah on: "O, Ood, Why Hiisl
Thou Fnrsal.cn M.'". followed !'V
Oneg Shabbal sponsored Inlnth ''>'
SI erhood snd Brotherhood In honor
of Rabbi Jafffe's ."."Hi birthday.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
tfcur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Val.ivsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson S*.
Conservative. Rabbi David dhapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraur.. 47
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310 S.W. 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5001
Thomas Street, Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
MIR AM AH
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avroin Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koster. *8


December 15, 1972
*Je*1$f) rkrMiam
Page ll-A.
J\S _
Max Lerner
Sees It
-.
sv.w YORK, N.Y. George Shultz was cool about hi; new
ii.k as "V rail berd-ridci on economic decision when asked
whether lie saw himself as the K'aslngcr ol his area. He wouldn't
, :;, said, io compare himaell with Kksinger, but he hoped
to eflecl a similar sense ol order In economic drcisionmaking.
'i r ;hi have added thai the economic area, both national and
international, is more cohesive than fon Ign policy, which has
to cut across the jurisdiction of the State Department, the De-
i,... r> aiaiu'in. economics and the Treasury ar. I Intelligence.
When all the returns arc in there will be two tests of Presi-
dent Nixon's personnel shifting in his government reorganizati n.
tell did he il.> In the choice o: Kissinger-type herd-riders?
The hanlesl ana will be that of welfare, education, hou'lng,
ethni closhi s and the cities. And how well di I he suit the talent
i,> the task in the crucial top jobs or hi? Administration?
li isn't as easy as it looks. One might ray it is simply a ques-
tion of I biding the best man In the field, with the most experi-
ence and expertise, and giving him the big job, letting him pick
lii- subordinates to carry it out. That is the slot-drop approach:
Von put the right quarto r in the right slot and out drops the
righl product. If human beings were candy bars or cigarette
packages, and if human choice were computer, it would work
thai way. But they aren't, and it doesn't.
fr tt
OF THE KKC'F.NT PERSONNEL changes the most interest-
ins were the new posts for Elliot Richardson and Donald Rums-
feld. Richardson moved from HEW to Defense. Rumsfeld from
1 < lir th.....t-of-living agencies to the NATO ambassadorship.
Richardson had wanted, if he couldn't head the State Depart-
ment, to .stay where lie was. He has been constantly shifted.
Every time he got the hang of the job. he reflected ruefully,
someone came and shoved him out of it into something else. As
for Rumsfeld, moving domestic economic controls to high-level
diplomacy 'even when it involves economics, as in the Europe
of the Common Market" is quite a move.
Yet there Is something to be said for these dislocating
changes. If nothing else, they keep a man's mind alert and alive.
Expertise is not everything, The old administrative saw that in
government agencies the experts should be on tap, not on top
still ha a stroir,' truth in it.
Justice Holmes' Injunction to a c!a<;* of law students "to
hi the relation between your particular fact and the frame of
the universe" Mill applies. We need to know our fact, what-
ever ii nay be, and know it not sloppily but with precision. But
for in administrator, as oppose 1 to a technician, the Tact" may
be the knowledge of how to ,'ct men to work well with each
miIut. the eduction of frictions, the riding of crises, the lifting
nale, Ihe -ens' of participation in something exciting.
The relation between fact and frame the objective one is
driving :it. and the perspective of all of life is a relation every
one ot us must wrestle with, not administrators alone. But the
istrator, God help him, has to do his wrestling publicly and
lined by all sides when he fails.
ft -!>. ONE OF THE DANGERS is that the n>!e shifting may be-
come morel) a game of musical chairs, as it has often been in
the history of the British and French parliamentary systems.
whore cabinets have been periodically shaken up. usually draw-
on the same men but putting them in different positions. I
should feel happier abo.it the Nixon choices if he had brought in
more talent from outside the government.
Under Kennedy and Johnson there were Instances of a cir-
culation between universities, law firms, corporal ions, founda-
tions and government. The hope was that each move enriched
ihe experience, although it may have confused it. We need a
circulation of elites also In another sense from ihe lower
rungs of the merit ladder to the upper, and back. And especially
from the black rorr.nunity leaders and the women, both of them
badly represented In the Nixon Administration.
One trroup is heavily ovei represented that of the public
relations firms where so many of the White House Staff got
their early experience. In the past tiie high government officials
have come from law. business or newspaper work, and each had
left its mark. The public relations firm leaves a very special mark.
Bui all the Nixon shifting, however much it may shake
things up, won't improve them for Ions unless the Pri lidenl him-
self break- out of his frame on domestic decision-, as he did in
the last IS months on foreign policy decisions. The capacity to
say that experience has led you to change your vi w and get a
new perspectiveas Kenneth Clark did the other day on the
problem ol school dccentrali/iiv,' is a rare and precious capac-
ity. Mr. Nixon has a second chance to prove he has it
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The Men's Club also has a free
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prior to the contest, and open to
current members and their chil-
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contest as well as for all men
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For further information call Hob
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L. Lasuvin to Talk On
"The 25th Anniversary of the
Stale of Israel" will be the topic
.1 a talk by L. Lasavin, author
and lecturer, at the Oneg Shabbos
ol the David Pinski Club Friday
at 8 p.m. in the Ida M. Fisher
"Israel 25"
Also on the program will be folk
linger Hilda Zucker. who will offer
a gioup of Yiddish and Hebr v
songs accompanied by Paul Yanov-
skv i'ii the manrii 'in, and a m< i
Ioijui from ibe Yiddish classic- y
Junior High School, Miami Beach. Kliezcr Ritterman.
Soviet preventive attack on
China.
ONE DOES not want to be
loo simplistic. The delay in the
Vietnamese cease-fire was cer-
tainly raised, although not so
vigorously as when Chou En-
la i received mc. Again the Hel-
sinki talks about force reduc-
tions in Europe als,> recurred
with even greater regularity.
But here it was obvious that
the Chinese were deeply con-
cerned test mutual reductions
in Europe should permit the So-
vietS to deploy even more divi-
sion on China's frontier.
Being tested in this way had
its curious aspects, too. In one
of the earij talks, the possible
timing of a Soviet attack, if one
should occur, had been a topic.
1 had thcref ire asked whether
the Soviets would not have to
make their decision, whethei
pro or con, before the Chinese
nuclear program made too much
progress. The answer had been
affirmative.
In a labr talk, I was then
, i eizi l with dire t refer:
ence to my question above noted
for "judging everything by
weapons." 1 could only reply
that the basic problem seemed
to me to be political, in the
srr.se thai the Soviets Stfll had
to decide "what io do about
China." But I again asked
whether the growth of China's
nuclear strength would not con-
trol the tuning of this vital de-
cision.
"I'm afraid you are probably
right," was the answering com-
ment.
THESE WEBB other striking
aspects of this series of talks.
too. Although Nikita Khrush-
chev was the man who pull 1
oui the Sovlel experts and be-
gan the break with China, the
government headed by Leonid
Brezhnev was invariably describ-
ed as "much worse."
The growing influence of the
Soviet military caste on Soviet
political decisions was treated
as a known fact. The "unmask-
in-" and death of Lin 1'iao was
also treated as most Important
to the Soviets, because it had
"removed their only hope" of a
differently oriented Chinese
government.
In um, this remarkable se-
ries of political talks, invluding
thai with the prime minister,
made one thing perfectlj clear
to me. The people at home are
Idiotically deluding themselves,
who comfortably suppose that
Chinese police Is chiefly influ-
enced by such currently un-
alarming factor-" as "fear ol
Japanese mllltarfwn.u The un-
ending Sovlel military buildup
on China's frontier is the true
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*'.Jen1st fhrkXar
Friday. December 15, 1972
Brodie To Succeed Rosichan As
Federation Executive V-P Jan. 1
Continued front Pajjt> 1-A
lurer at the MrGill School of
Social Wo*** ~-r*u.
His 45-year career in education
and social service has included
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
executive administrative posts as
director of the Federation of Jew-
ish Community Service in Mon-
treal; executive director of the
United Jewish Federation and
ssistant director of the Federa-
l:on of Jewish Philanthropies in
Buffalo. N. Y.. and Eastern Cen-
tral regional director of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations j and
Weftatf Fuflfls.
Mr. Rosichan became the ex-
ecutive vice president of Federa-
tion in 1970 after serving for 10
>ears as its executive director.
During the 13 years he has been
associated with Federation, the
Jewish community of Greater
Miami has become the fastest
growing Jewish community out-
side of Israel and the fifth largest
Jewish community in the United
States.
Federation has kept pace with
the needs of the Jewish com-
munity and a little over a year
ago moved into a new building at
Eiiscayne Blvd., the "central ad-
diess of Miami's Jewish com-
munity."
Like Mr. Rosichan, Mr. Brodie
has been heavily Involved for many
/ears In the field of community
service, a graduate of Western
Maryland College, he earned his
Master's degree ;it Boston Univer-
sity's Graduate School of Social
Work, and served as Administra-
tive Officer and Chief Psychiatric
Social Worker in the Psychiatry
and Neurology Clinic at Ft. Crow-
der, Mo.
His prior professional experience
was gained through service with
the Lynn, Mass., Jewish Com-
munity Center; the Family Service
Agency of Greater Boston: the
State Mental Hospital in Wal-
tham. Mass.. and as counselor in
ihe treatment of emotionally dis-
rurbed nfTTaren"' If*" th**'Judge
Baker Guidance Center in Boston.
Before coming to Florida. Mr.
| Brodie was assistant executive
director of the Jewish Federation
and Council of Greater Kansas
City. Mo., with responsibilities in
administration, campaign, budget-
I ing. education and social welfare
: planning.
He is a member of the National
! Association of Social Workers, the
I National Association of Jewish
Communal Workers and the Na-
tional Association of Jewish Com-
munity Organization Personnel.
Single Adults Invited
Single Adults who have not
made plans for Now Year's Eve
may Join other single adults
30-501 a) .i specially reserved
fable during Y.\I YWIIA of
Greater Miami's gala New Year's
Eve Ball at the Central "Y." A
livi band to play the old year out
and buffet dinner will be featured,
Call Pat Dillmen at the "Y" for
reservations,
This Week In History
10 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK:
1932
Anti-Semitic disturbances closed
Brsalau University a third time.
The Yorkshire (England) Fas-
cist Table Tennis Club barred
Jews. The London Jewish Chron-
icle observed: "Hitlerism has
struck one grand blow against
the domination of the accursed
Jew. Ping-pong shall be Judenrein,
and the world be saved."
Germany annulled the appoint-
ment of a Nazi student dictator
t Rostock University.
Kduard Bernstein, revisionist
who "influenced the international
Socialist movement more pro-
i-jundly than any individual since
Karl Marx," died in Berlin at 83.
Large-scale anti-Jewish bomb-
ings and terrorism occurred in
Berlin and Vienna.
Dr. William Feingloom, New
York, perfected a telescopic lens
t ringing vision to those with as
little as 2 percent sight.
16 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK:
IMS
The Israeli-Syrian border was
"quiet but tense" after Syria
moved tanks into "positions threat-
ening Israeli territory."
'The Arab attitude breeds not
i Miv but war," Israeli Foreign
Minister Golda Meir told the
United Nations.
Israeli Finance Minister Levi
i .-iiknl promised price and wage
Stability, no tax rises."
The Arabian American Oil Co.
(ARAMCO) agreed after 6 years
rot to discriminate against Jewish
job applicants.
George Sokolsky, newspaper
columnist, died in New York at 69.
"However long and stormy this
I ath of negotiation may be. there
ct es not appear to be any other
i alistic path to a settlement."
Israeli Ambassador Michael S.
C'omay told the United Nations.
For the first time since the
I vious summer's strife, the offi-
cial Algerian Jewish community
was reconstituted.
The Lubavitcher movement
celebrated the 150th anniversary
Of the death of the first Luba-
vitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Schneur Zai-
mar of Liadi.
rteinhold Paul Vorberg, Nazi
euthanasia chief, was arrested in
Barcelona, charged with 100,000
deaths.
Willi Foge. public prosecutor
and ex-Nazi official, testified in
Coblenz: "If I had tried to do
anything about them (3,000 Jew-
ish executions in Minsk). I would
have landed in a concentration
camp myself."
The General Assembly. 100-0-2.
passed a U.S. resolution extending
the expiring UNRWA mandate to
June 30. 1965. Israel, abstaining
with Portugal, cited a "repatria-
tion" passaee as "unacceptable."
The Knesset rejected Mapam
MK Victor Shemtov's motion for
debate on "religious coercion in
Israel."
Gallup found 74% of Jewish
women, 54% of Catholic women,
and 45% of Protestant women
in United States opposed inter-
marriage by their daughters.
Orthodox rabbis protested Jor-
danian "souvenir" desecration of
the Western Wall.
The first monarch to visit
Israel was King Mwambusta IV of
Burundi.
(From the tttts of the J.T.A.)
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vJmriali Fhridliair
Friday. December 15, 1972
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
What Makes A Jewish State Jewish?
IIPON CREATION OF the Slate of Israel in 1918
there was grave danger of an ugly confrontation
between the religionists and the secularist*, each of
whom wanted to see the new
State follow one or the other of
the conflicting ideologies. To pre-
vent a clash. Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion nnd the first Minister of
Religici'8 Affairs, Rabbi Maimon.
reached agreement that the pro-
cedures generally in effect at that
time should continue, with no
changes in favor of one philosophy
or the other. That agreement has become colloqui-
ally known as the Status Quo, and despite some
tensions and strains, it is still in effect.
The Status Quo explains why public buses run
on Sabbath in Haifa, but are banned in Jerusalem:
why Jewish marriages performed in Israel must fol-
low the orthodox religious ceremony, but civil mar-
riages performed abroad are recognized as valid;
why telephones operate on the Sabbath, but postal
and telegraph services do not.
Some religious leaders are unhappy at what
they call a deterioration in the Status Quo. in viola-
tion of the original agreement. More and more
planes and shipping operate on the Sabbath. Many
industries work on that day of rest. Legislation is
now being put before the Knesseth to legalize civil
marriages within Israel in certain cases.
Secularists, on the other hand, chafe at the re-
strictions which the Status Quo imposes on them,
and complain that orthodox Judaism does not have
a courageous leadership which is willing to interpret
halacha i traditional Jewish Law i in accordance
with the changing times.
The tensions between the two extremes take
several forms. The religious elements have found it
expedient to organize politically in defense of their
stand, and for the past 25 years every coalition gov-
Capital Spotlight
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
------- Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
Congress Led The Way General Assembly
o>. IJ<72, J.ui.-h Tt-legrnphlr .Vl-.-i,. ) l
AN* ASSESSMENT of its labors must give the 92nd
Congress cxtraoi 'Inarily hi-'- narks for it- sympa-
thetic understanding and practical support of Issues ol
special concern i() the Jewish community. Members of
both parties contributed to the magnificent demonstrations
ol bipartisanship that led the waj to Congressional policy
on such anxieties as Israel's survival and emancipation of
Soviet lew IV.
In terms of funding, the 92nd Congress provided in
it- foreign aid legislation upwards of $750 million for
Israel's us'. Almost four-fifths of this sum S60O mil-
lion is in the form or credits enabling Israel to buy
American military equipment. Of the remainder. $100
million are grants to Israel towards its economic sup-
port in view of its enormous expenditures for defense.
For the current fiscal year, which ends next June 30,
Congres* also provided WO million to help foreign coun-
tries absorb Soviet emigrants. Inasmuch as nearly all
Soviet emigrants are Jews and with few exceptions they
go to Israel, this means that the Jewish state will re-
ceive the bulk of this fund which is to be administered by
the State Department. In addition institutions in Israel
will Ik- granted s goodh. share ot tho more than $10
million appropriated by Congress during its two years foi
American-controlled schools and hospitals obroad.
As in the 91-: Congress when he.initiated the credit
of S5C0 million for Israel to acquire weapons, which the
Senate voted 87-7, Sen. Henry- M. Jackson D.-Wash.i
was outstanding In matters of Jewish concern the 92nd.
Last November 23. when it looked like the loign bill
would Ik' stymied for reasons not at all connected with
Israel. Jackson proposed another $500 million ii: c-cdit
for Israel to insure the Bow of equipment to her. particu-
larly Phantom jets. lie pointed out that 'fully 30r{ of
Israel's gross national product goes for defense" and that
'the annual cost of servicing the foreign debt incurred
by Israel, largely as a result of accessary defense outlays
is alone 1500 million.'' The Senate approved his proposal
82-14.
However, the aid bill was saved, and Jackson's second
half-billion-dollar measure was set aside. In the dosing
days of the 92nd Congress, Jackson led the (Coalition that
warned the White House and the Kremlin on Oct. 4 that
any Soviet-American trade agi cement would have to
satisfy Congress that the Soviet government has modified
its restrictions, particularly its education tax, before it
could have credits and a standard of tariffs equal to
that which the United States grants its friendliest trading
partners.
Total support of all issues did not arise and this
hardly could be expected. Disappointing was the con-
tinued failure of the Senate, after a quarter of a century
of debate, to adopt the Genocide Convention. The Ixst
its proponents could obtain was a pledge of an early vote
in the Senate next year. Also, the resolution offered June
19 by Sen. Charles II. Percy (R.-I1L) after the Led kill-
ings, relating to negotiations to prevent acts of terrorism
at international airports, died in the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee. How ever, the Senate on Oct. 3 did ratify
by 89-0 the Montreal convention that helps combat sky-
jacking with extradition procedures.
On some controversial issues Congress was divided,
even as the Jewish community itself was divided Thus,
legislation against busing of school children and Income
tax credits for parents with children in non-public schools
failed to be enacted.
ANYONE who WISHES to sec how organized
Jewish communal life is expanding in all d -
tiom year after year should attend a ()
I Assembly of the Counc I of J> wish
Federations, The positive Impacl
would bo immediate.
A General Assembly like the
one Nov. 8-12 in Toronto is ac-
tually a Congress of the Jewish
communities in the United States
and Canada. All problems of ma-
jor Jewish concern are being dis-
cussed there In depth. Decisions
taken there are later reflected in all fields of Jew-
ish communal life.
At the Toronto gathering there were more than
2,000 delegates from Jewish communities in all parts
of the United States and Canada. This is the largest
attendance the Assembly ever had. It indicates
growth of Interest in Jewish communal life. Not
long ago the communities used to send two or three
deli gates to the Assembly. This year some communi-
ties have sent as many as 50 delegates.
I remember the years when the number of
delegates was very small. This was in the early
period of the Council of Jewish Federations. Es-
tablished 40 years ago. the Council had only 15
Federations associated with it. Today the CJFWF
is the national association of more than 235 local
Federations and Welfare Funds, serving more
than 800 communities. In this connection it is
worthwhile to note that 95'.! of all Jews in the
United States live in 200 cities with 90'; residing
in about 100 cities, including six cities where two-
thirds of the entire American Jewry live,
The CJFWF is looked upon by all organized
Jewish communities in the United States as their
"mother organization." It is the guiding spirit
Whose advice is sought and followed on all matters
of the Jewish communal concern. Its programs em-
brace evaluations and directions in all fields of
Jewish communal life fund-raising, education,
health and welfare, community relations, cultural
needs, youth-serving, family and child care, homes
for the aged, Jewish population studies and many
other.
At the General Assembly all these problems of
Jewish concern- and the action priorities to meet
them are widely discuss, <|? including the jtnrtici-
pation of American Jewry in helping Israel and help-
ing to alleviate the plight of Jews in the Soviet
Union.
Two remarkable developments mark the To-
ronto parley. One is that aliout 85'.? of the delegates
attended previous Geneial Assembly meetings. The
other is that more than 15'* of the delegates are
young people coming into community life and as-
piring to leadership in their communities.
The fact Hint so many hundreds of communal
leaders come year after year to the Assembly i*
a healthy indication that Jewish leadership is not
t.rel of its obligations and is eager to fulfill them.
Ev< n nwrc important Ls the fact that more and more
young people are beginning to take an active In-
terest in the CJFWF Asm inbly and are endeavoring
to let tin ir presence be felt by participating in dis-
cussions on l>asic issues.
Only a few years ago some of these young peo-
ple hardly knew of the (Cope of the activities of the
Federations. Now thcix' ere several hundred of them
as delegates seeking to come to the forefront of Jew-
ish communal life and to bring with them young
Ideas into communal activities.
i i nment in Israel has required support of the re-
ligious parties in order to remain in ixwcr.
The elections for the Chief Kabbi became a test
of strength. Rightly or wrongly, many believed that
only Rabbi Shlomo Goren. former Chief Chaplain
of the Defense Forces, could provide new. enlight-
ened leadership for the orthodox.
The religious' elements have been under pres-
sure of their own extreme wings, and seek exten-
sion of religious controls. The secularists, on the
other hand, have been demanding cancellation of
the Status Quo in toto and complete separation of
Chinch and State.
The religionists fear thai such separation would
result in abandonment of traditional Jewish values,
and Israel would quickly become as non-Jewish as
any other Levantine or Asiatic state. If so, then
why Israel? There may be a flourishing state here
- economically, politically, militarily but it won't
be Jew i-h.
Some of the secularists make a religion ml if
h opposition, They reject the Jewish faith as
anachronistic; ihey reject service In the Israi I A
as raha to dogmatic Zionism; th< .
of ii tanism. and unlversalism.
In : assing i- hould be i bse ved that i \ "ossivo
I'clij us i cm to be o trail pf the A
tho 1.1,:..:> an Jews. The S. m. wbile truly
tlevoul at tl tradit obsei il a not I
to religious fanatic'sm md are more tol rani of
other* who do nol think as tnej do.
At any rate, the glim n -ring hope In tit
<>!' Hie Labor Party thai it may pos Ibly uln
majority oi the Knesset, and be able to govern
h-rael without reliant.....;i religious members
coal Hon i- again bringing to the lore public discus-
sion of what should be done about the Stains Quo.
Reliable noils categorize the Jewish population
as l-V'': religious. -15'. traliiion.il minded and 10'.
non-religious.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGA1
A Bitter Bailie
W
II BOTH NIXON AMI MCOOVKRN bavin. I
dded to court Catholic and Orthodox Jewish votes!
by declaring for synagogue and church school government
aid. the nation is now definitely headed for a titanic
battle over this proposal to blink t'i.-|
First Amendment. And it will a
bitter battle.
How bitter the issue can becom
may judge by reviewing the fury of the
Eleanor Roosevelt-Cardinal Spcllman
controversy ,,f 1949 a fierce encount -r
with accuracy and charm In Joseph P.
Lash in his new book, "Eleanor: The
Years Alone." A portion of that account
concerns Mrs. Roosevelfs sorrow over strength shown
bv Gen. Franco's supporters. Also involved is Herbert
Lehman's outspoken agreement with Mrs. Roosevelt al
the considerable risk of losing the New York Catholic
vote lie needed "and finally captured) to defeat John
Foster Dulles in an historic race for Senate. But most
important is Cardinal Sponman'S eventual retreat on tlM
basic issue- "We are not asking for general public sup-
port of religions schools." he declared in a magnanimous
statement of surrender to Mrs. Roosevelt. "Under the
Constitution, we do not ask, nor can we expect, public
funds to pay for their construction or repair of parochial
school buildings, or for the support of teachers, or for
other maintenance costs."
But that wa nearly a quarter of a century ago. And
in the years between, emerging factors have shan>ejied -.
the determination of traditional CothOHc forces and in-
volved backers of Jewish day schools to blur the line of
separation and to win support for classrooms of religious
indoctrination one way or another. Voucher plans, tax
credits for middle income parents who send their children"
to private schools, legislative requests for money with
which to repair and maintain parochial schools all ne
being pn sand.
Over against such campaigns stand a considerable
number of Catholics with an abiding respocl for the First
Amendment; a si/eable pastor of American Protestantism^
and pra lieally every large Jewish organization except
the Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
Calling attention to court overrides of latest efforts
to circumvent U.S. Supreme Court decisions In the im- ]
l>oitant Lenion and I)i CenSO parochial aid cases, the
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
with the UOJCA absenting has just reaffirmed its
o] position to the use of public funds, direct or indirect, for
the support of religiously controlled schools. And while
the Oi tnodox wing of Judaism dedans anew that the
church-state separation principle is not involved, a masfe
joiity c.: Jewish students of American law disagrees.


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Maccabee Lodge Sets Drive
For Century Club Members
S irred by the needs <>f B'nal
B'lith Youth Services, George x.
Ivotin, president ol Maccabee
Lml. of B'nal B'rith, lias an-
noi'iii'cd the appointment of Ber-
nard Lifton as chairman of the
Century Club drive.
The Century Club consists of
those members of B'nal B'rith who
raoki! a commitment to support
B'nal B'rith Youth Sen ices with
t minimum contribution of sioo
pi i year. The Presidents' Club eon-
lists of those who pledge a min-
imum of S50 per year for the nec's
<>i this facet of B'noi B'rith
set \ ice,
i
Mi. Kotin. who last year cele-
brated his 7Jth birthday, pracliced
Ipw for almost 50 years in Chicago.
IK has been a member of B'nai
B'litli for 42 years and has taken
sn nctive part In every branch of
B'nai B'rith work as a member
ol iho Executive Boards of Hillel.
B*nai B'rith Youth. B'nai B'rith
,' Council, Israel Affairs Cab-
linn and the Anti-Defamation
and has distinguished
ikimst II in Zionist affairs both in
o mid Miami Beach. He has
hahim| activities In his lodge for
the Miami Jewish Federation,
Jewish National Fund and Israel
Bonds and is a member of the
' oard oi directors of the Tenants
Vssociation of the State of Flor-
j kla.
In organizing the drive, Mr.
Kolin called on his membership
to be second to none ill teinis Of
committment to youth activities.
Jewish youth are the ones into
whose hands we place the future
I of the Jewish people." he said.
\Ve are critically lacking In funds
lo provide the necessary staff to
lake care of the hundreds of bovs
i and girls who arc waiting to bo
irganfecd in the B'nal B'rith youth
roups. Every week thai passes
means thai we lose youngsters
and we fail in our own duty to
mr heritage. This must not be
cimitted to happen," he declared.
A former vice president of
rlatikvah Lodge, Mr. Litton. Is a
vice president of the Maccabee
' odge. and cbaii man of the service
fund for thai organization, This Is
!iis third year as a member of the
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fewislli Floridian
ii, Florida Friday. December 15, 1972
News Briefs
Section B
1973 UJA Budget
Is $505 Million
Id Tests Facilities
TEL AVIV (JTA Lod Airport tested its emergency and se-
curity facilities in a simulated hijack attempt ar.d found them to
working satisfactorily several days ago. The attempt was foiled.
the "perpetrators" arrested, and the '"passengers" rescued in an
[operation supervised by the airport manager aided by military ar.d
[senility officials. Dry runs of this type have been held periodically
Isincv the massacre last May.
Luxembourg Donates $40,000
BRUSSELS (JTA)More than $40,000 was donated last
week In Luxembourg to the relatives of the Israeli athletes slain
Sept. 5 in Munich. The organization, "Friends of Israel." an-
nounced that 90*$ of the money would go to the Israeli families
while 10' f would go to the widow of the German policeman killed
in the shoot-out with the Arab terrorists. The money was presented
in a special ccremor;/ to the Israeli Honorary' Consul General Dr.
Frank Mayer. Leading Luxembourg officials attended.
Vigil Enters Third Year
WASHINGTON iJTAI The Jewish vigil across the street
from the Soviet Embassy entered its third year Sunday. It was
begun Dec. 10. 1970 Human Rights Day to protest Soviet treat-
ment of Jews desiring to emigrate and to support Soviet Jews'
rights to live as Jews. The demonstrators meet daily at noon on the
Steps of the Philip Murray Building, gazing silently for 15 minutes
at the Embassy across the street. The vigil has become a regular
stop for tourist buses.
ICEM Predicts 36,000 Immigrants
GENEVA (JTA) The Intergovernmental Committee for Euro-
pean Migration, which represents 31 countries, predicted that 36.000
Jews will emigrate from the Soviet Union to Israel in 1973. A re-
port by the ICEM Council meeting here also stated that 36.000
lew; have emigrated from Soviet bloc countries during the past 12
months; 32.000 from the USSR and 4.000 from "other countries."
West Germany, Egypt To Negotiate
BONN (JTA West Germany and Egypt will open negotia-
tions in January on new foreign aid commitments and a reschedul-
ing of Cairo's debts to Bonn. No fresh aid agreements have been
signed with Egypt since it severed diplomatic relations with West
I Germany in 1965 when Bonn recognized Israel. Bonn and Cairo re-
|sum.'(i relations a few months ago. The strong Arab lobby in West
(German industry hopes the coming negotiations will bring an ex-
pansion of trade, which has slackened considerably during the past
[tine months.
|ll.N. Office Refuses Petition
NEW YORK (JTA)The United Nations office in Moscow
as .fused to accept a petition from 239 Jews urging U.N. Secre-
ary General Kurt Waldheim to investigate violations of human
fights in the Soviet Union, it was reported. Several of the signers
Fere told that a U.N. administrative order prevented the officials
the organization from accepting petitions from individuals.
pologists Find Tungsten Deposits
.IKRUSALEM (JTA)Israeli geologists have found import -
deposits of tungsten in the center of the southern Sinai, Prof,
kkov Ben-Tor of the Hebrew University revealed in a lecture at
1 hnlon in Haifa. The 62-year-old German-born chairman of
[university's Geology Denartment said his team had also found
Vea of some 200 square kilometers of diorite rocks showing -
lions of copper content." and signs of copper north of Sharm
leikh. In the southeastern Sinai, his group found "a wl
Itain" of feldspar, an important mineral used in produi
fcics and false teeth.
AJCongress
Asks Aid For
Polish Hero
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Congress this week asked
U.N. General Assembly President
StanLslaw Trepczynski Poland's
representative to the U.N. to
intercede with Polish authorities
for an exit permit for Leib-Domb
Trepper. the ailing World War II
Allied intelligence agent who seeks
reunion with his family in Israel.
In a letter to President Trep-
czynski. Jacqueline Levine of West
Orange, N.J., president of the
Congress' women's division, said
Mr. Trepczynski's intercession
would be "in the great tradition
established by previous presidents
of the General Assembly in cases
of gross deprivation of personal
liberty."
Mr. Trepper headed the "Red
Orchestra," a Russian intelligence
operation during World War II
that infiltrated the German High
Command and is credited by his-
torians with helping to shorten
the war on the Eastern European
front.
Late last month he was exone-
rated by a French court of a
charge of collaboration with the
Nazis.
NEW YORK (JTA' Paul
Z'ick-rman of Detroit, who was
eli ;ted general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal at Its
annual national conference h
last weekend, said he will call
on American Jews to raise $503
million in 1973 to meet the "t ,.--
tinued high level of immigrat
from th. Soviet Union" and Hi !
"immediate need of expand! ;
vita! absorption services in '.--
rael for these new- immigrants
and the thousands more arriv-
ing each month."
The Detroit business execu-
tive noted that a minimum of
70.000 new immigrants, many of
them from the USSR, are ex-
pected to arrive in Israel this
year. "And already despite
risking harassment, loss of jobs
and personal safety more
than 85,00? Soviet Jews ar
waiting to get out. and thou-
sands more each month are ask-
ing for permission to leave," he
said.
In addition. Zuckerman noted
that the $505 million goal, al-
most twice as much as the rec-
ord $270 million raised this year
by the UJA, will provide for
housing for some 55.000 families.
for full or partial scholarships
for close to 100,000 children from
needy families, for direct assist-
ance for some 28 000 Israeli
families, to help alleviate a rv'.t-
: shortage of hospital beds
ai : education and vo
rational training for some 25,-
OC0 Israeli children between the
- of 14 to IS.
The UJA also re-elected Mrs.
Bert Siris as National Women's
Division chairman. Philip Zin-
inan of Philadelphia was re
ed president of the Israel Educa-
tion Fund, a subsidiary of the
UJA which has 223 educat:onal
projects in Israel in various-
stages of completion, with most
of them located in communities
with large immigrant popula-
tions. Michael Pelavin of Flint,
Mich., was named chairman of
the Young Leadership Cabinet.
Procedural Details Hold Up
White House Authorization
WASHINGTON fWNS) Ab-
sence of the Israeli government's
formal approval of its share of
the funding is delaying a White
House authorization for a final
agreement on desalting plants
two in Israel and one in San
Diego.
Similarly, there is some delay
in the signing of the $30 million
World Bank Loan to Israel, ap-
proved Nov. 30. to assist in a $75
million sewerage project.
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Vjewteli floriidtor
Friday, December 15,
1971
J\FTB Leader To Discuss
'Judaism On Television9
s Ivan .ebow e 'utivi direc-
(in i i ihe Nat li >no Federal ion of
i Brotherhoods! will be the
SYLVAN LEBOW
_{ speaker at ;t lUnner meeting
nl T -rniile Isra I Men's Club Tues-
,. Dee, 26, ;:i 6:30 p.m. Hi<
in.'. will in' "Judaism mi Tele-
vision." He will illustrate his tec-
ii.ii ivith public scrvi e >:>' films
i .'.lured lor trle\ Ision.
Mi. Leto \\ also sei v es as ex-
in!i\ i hi' of the Jewish
huutauqua SocteJ>. the" Brothei
i major^lSlucatTAnal project
oi Intei faith undei standing and
is it Fellow of the Society,
'I he 11 I tor ol "1 Irotherhood
:ine." he ecently rote
11 mjle Bi itherhood." an
. :; i ; Ion manual setting
li thei hood pui^oses and how to
(],i. ve them, and is the author of
ous .ii tides in national mag-
:i. Im 8.
Mr. Lobow has produced 30 mo-
tion |ricturcs about Judaism, which
!iav< hail lm.ihki telecasts on 600
fV stations throughout the world.
Three men from So. Florida
i elected to ser\e on the ex-
i divr board of Hie National Fed-
eration oi Temple Brotherhoods at
its recent convention in Kansas
lit.
They are Harold Malin. a Miami
uslnessman, Harvey Horowitz, a
. Hollywood public accountant, and
Vlhert Roth, a realtor who resides
in Golden Beach.
The NFTB comprises 500 Re-
form temple biot'ieihoods with
75.000 members throughout the
United States, Canada ami abroad.
!i i< affiliated with the Union of
American Elebiew Congregations
end has its hcadquatlers in the
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judge advocate of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
pins a petition from Florida on the s;gn given to Soviet
c'fi::als in New York which vrged Russia to releasa Jews
wishing to emigrate without demanding ransom payment.
Mr. Ferdie was in New York to attend c meeting of JWV'~>
national executive committee on "Conscience Day" Nov.
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Honors Celebrated
Special honors will be celebrated
For past chancellors .-mil charter
members of the George Gershwin
[eights nl Pythias at a meeting
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fudge Atkins To Receive
ruman Relations Award
| Federal District Judge C. Clyde |
Una has been named to receive
Leonard L. Abess Hyman Re-
Jtioas Award,* according to" an
Inouncement made by Jack Kas- j
Lit/, chairman of the Florida
jgional Hoard of the Anti-Defa-
Btion League of B'nai B'rith.
The award is given annually to
Iblirly recognize effort? made
[nards furthering the goal of i
Iter human relations and con-1
Ibutini: substantially to the well-'
png of the citizens of the State !
I Florida.
(Through this award' to Judge
kins we are recognizing his sub-1
faitial and positive contribution
, the people of Florida as both
[distinguished member of the i
Hciary and a private citizen.;
lo-e life has been an example of
il leadership dedicated to-'
liiis improving Intergroup rela-,
pa while vigorously opposing j
Dtry and discrimination," Mr.
witz said.
The presentation of the award. (
liih carries with it a $1,000 re-
|r<*h grant in the field of hu-
ll relations, contributed by Mi- i
philanthropist Leonard L. [
s. in honor of the recipient of
award, will be made at the;
?.-- Award dinner in the Eden
Hotel Feb 20.
[he recipient of last year's
ird was Anna Brenner Meyers.
fc-iime member of the Dade
puty School Board.
include Dr. M. Robert Allen. Rev.
Canon Theodore R. Gibson; Mayor
Carl T. Langford. Orlandqj The
Miami News; M. Athalie Range,
former commissioner. City of Mi-
ami; Sen. Harry P. Cain; Metro-
politan Dade County Community
Relations Board; Dade County
Public School System; Joseph L.
Brechner; Rep. Claude Pepper;
The St. Petersburgh Times; Dr.
Henry King Stanford; Mayor Rob-
ert King High; Cody Fowler; Gov.
LeRoy Collins; William C. Baggs;
Dr. H. Franklin Williams; Rep.
John B. Orr; Mayor D. Lee Pow-
ell, and Mayor Abe Aronovitz.
evious recipients of the award
Children Are Invited To
Participate In Art Show
The children of members of
Beth David Congregation are in-
vited to participate in its juried
children's art show 'Sunday from
10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the South
Dade facility, 7500 SW 120th St..
under the sponsorship of the Fine
Arts of Beth David. Entries may
be in any medium, including
needlecraft, ceramics, oil painting,
etc.
A jury of unbiased experts not
affiliate.) with Beth David will
select the most outstanding work
for a sjiecial award the honor
ol being exhibited in the Fine Arts
Gallery. The judges' selections will
bo displayed in Beth David's Gal-
lery at 2625 SW Third Ave., for a
month following the show, the
fourth in Beth David's continuing
series.
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Owning night of the new Caril-
lon Dinner-Theatre. Jan. 7, has!
been taken over by the Children's |
Asthma Research Institute and |
Hospital with all benefits from |
the performance going to CARIH.
CARIH has been operating a re-
search and hospital center for asth-
matic children for more than 30
years in Denver, Colo., with t na-
tionwide chain of 25.COO volunteer
fund-raisers, organized into auxil-
iaries in every major city of the!
United States. The volunteers work ,
years in Denver, Colo., with a na-1
world-famous child care and treat-
merit program.
CARIH also maintains a full
scale research facility devoted to
the study of allergic diseases. The
national center accepts severly ill
children regardless or race, creed
or parents' ability to pay.
At the recent 65th annual con-
vention, the South Florida Coun-
cil, master coordinating body for
Miami's chapters and 1,000 mem-
bers, was honored for having pro-
duced "the best Council journal
based on net income."
Mrs. Cert LeLowitz is in charge
of information on tickets and
reservations.
INew Histadrut Film
Premiere Set Dec. 24
The Southern premiere showing
of a new color motion picture,
"The Living Wall" will be staged
during the brunch and live Yiddish
radio broadcast sponsored by the
Israel Histadrut Foundation Dec.
24 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Announcement of the film, which
features Israel beginning its 25th
anniversary year and Histadrut's
current role in the Jewish state.)
was made by Moe Levin, chair-
man of the board of the Israel His-
tadrut Council of South Florida.
Eliezer Lerner, president of the
First Israel Bank and Trust Co..
will be the guest of honor both for
the brunch and the initial radio
broadcast by Dr. Sol Stein, na-
tional president of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national
Chairman of the Histadrut Foun-
dation, will participate in the
brunch, which will announce de-
tails of a new Histadrut Annuity-
Trust program designed to pro-
vide mortgages for veterans of
the Israel armed forces and other
young couples.
Reservations for the brunch
and broadcast, first of a weekly
serie- to be heard over JaoM
Schachter's Yiddish Hour on.
WRIZ. may be made at the His-
tadrut office, Suite 389, 420 Lin-
coln Rd. Bldg.
Dr. Stein will arrive in Miami
Beach next week to make plans
for the 1973 Mid-Winter Confer-
ence of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, slated Feb. 13-15 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mr. Lerner, who has greatly en-
larged the First Israel Bank and
Trust Co.'s activities since assum-
ing the presidency a year ago,
heads all Bank Leumi operations
in the United States. He has been
affiliated with other subsidiaries
Of Israel's largest bank for more
than a decade.
'Bring a Package' Theme
Bring a package. Buy a pack-
age" will be the theme of the
Thursday meeting of the Women's
League for Israel, Florida Chapter
Dec. 21. Mrs. Sara Helfand is pro-
gram chairman of the affair
which will start at 12:30 p.m. in
'be 1200 auditorium of Forte
Towers.
Wouldn't you like to see your
husband reach for a second cup?
Then change to rich Yuban
for richness worth a second cup.
I did. It used to bother me when my husband kept turning down
a second cup. Because I'm too good a wife not to care about good
coffee. So I changed to Yuban. It's extra rich taste comes from
extra rich beans-like sun ripened beans from Colombia, soma
of the world's richest coffee beans. That's Yuban-for richness
worth a second cup.
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Mm. Sherman Fast Joins
Farr9 s Deauville Office
; m Fast has joined the Deau-
I, irflc of Farr Tours and
L el Service. 6703 Colllm Ave.,
MRS. SHERMAN FAST
iami Beach,
i meed.
.as been an-
Mrs. Fast, ho*e husband, She -
nan Fast, i.~ principal owner ol
il Sewing; Machine Co., Inc.,
liis taughl in Dade County
r'' ho >N for a number ol
She pn dously served
tire n in iwr oi II. Blockman and
Co., In Memphis, Tcnn., foi L0
yea -
A native oi Memphis, Mr-. Fasl
'I ivel her B.A. degree from
SoUthw ten, I'niv
ami her M.A. degree from Mem-
phis State. 5he ha- '.wen active in
Zionist aii; for many years, ami
tangh relis .- schools an i di-
rected ilie Y<>m;': Judaea in her
Inn,' town before coming t<> Mi-
ami l'" n'h.
Th" immediate |wt president <>:'
the Miami Beach Chapter ,>: Ha-
dassah, Mrs. Fasl is now serving
as fund-raisine coordinator of Ha-
lassah's Florida Region. She is
also a member of Women's Amer-
ican oin. Mizracht, Asthmatic
Chi'dven's Foundation, Woman's
Lcacue for I>rael, National Coun-
i eil of Jewish Women, Greater Mi-
ami Ji w 'sh Federation, Brandcis
Universitj Women's Division and
I the Ameri an Jewish Congress
W0m6n'S Lib 163dSr Three s100'C00Adt,ed StakesRaces Slated By Gulfstream
Guest Speaker At
Befh Am Brunch-ln
Gulfstream Park will presenti March 31 ami the Pan .Vine nan
three sioo.000 added stakes as Handicap April 11.
part of a lineup of 14 feature The feature race slate wl
events scheduled during its March agj egati value ol S60
i ichi si la:,- tea on foi
Dr. Louis Finkalslein.. Chancellor E-r.eritus of the Jewish
Theological Seminary the rabbinical seminary of the
Conservative movement was honored at the recent Con-
tention of the National Women's League where he received
he coveted Mathilde Schechter Award named after the
-eague's founder. The N.W.L. is the 200,000 member wom-
an's organisation cf sisterhoods aviated with ConS2rvative
-/nagogu-=. With Dr. Finkelstein is Mrs. Sol Hcnkind, (leit)
Mrs Louis Goldstein, chairmen of the Torah Fund Residence
11 Patron's Division. ____
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Ms, Mary Dunetz, a leading fern-
i''i-i in the Miami ehnpti r <>!
NOW. (the National Oi tanization
oi Women > ;li i> the guest
speaker at Beth Am Sii t< rhoo I's
Brunch-ln, W dnrfriay at 10 a.m.,
in the temple's ial hall, i i
SW 88th St,
A sraduatc ul Radi liffe w ork-
i in the lei i iuhac ie'alioi ;
an I advert Mn.rr. T I ptz was
Involved in the roc nl onfronta-
i 'ii at the Univi ty of Miami
pr ite' i ir.g i'>h dii al ion to-
p ri 'i nen. She will speak ol
NOW's action w'th Iho Equal
Rights Anvmrim 'nl and women's
TV kitchen im
Attendance al the Rrunch-In
program i- on h reservations-only I
basis. Phone Ma. Adrianne Dar |
low, Ms. Catole Cleln, ov the tem-
ple oft ice.
! chedulc in < iulfsl 11 am i
loial >! S2.8 10,000 wl
>-.\|ni! 28 meeting, James Dorm.
Jr., track president, has an-
nounced. The big money hcadliners |n purses during the
will lie the Gulfstream Park Han- ing thai will includ
dicap March 24, the Florida Derby scholarahlo-rhai It
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RESORT FASHIONS
Toddler slrrin is
liberated mothers.
available for
White Elephant Sal*'
South Dade Chapter ORT is
holding a white elephant sale on
Tuesday starting at L0 a.m. at
Hie home of Mis. Mania Epstein,
3360 Baiada S*. All proceeds will
'.o to rehabilitation centers in
erica and Israel.
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Jcni JWV Ladies Auxiliaries
Continue Service Activities
Activities for the local auxili-
aries of the nent of Flor-
ida, La-'. vish Wai
Veteran this wc
Nornwn Bruce Brown 174: Vol-
um v. telecart at
the Veterai s Hos] on Sa1 ;;-
day B:15 p.n.. auxili-
arj -i >\:;". hold their an-
nua rship evening. New
a pros mi nbers will be
v< auxiliarj president
Se< Lefkowitz and program
chairman Pauline Smith. <
Welfare chairman Sylvia Liebmar
and assistants will attend the St
jttbanfi Day Nursery hoiiiay
party and will distribute gifts. Ken-
dall Home. Youth Hall pi:1 Park-
way Children's Home are also on
tht agenda of visits..
West Miami it: Horpital Chair-
man Jerri Bartlett will shop for
bed patients at the Veterans
Hospital Tuesday and Thursday.
Auxiliary members will solicit
funds in the west and south and
southwest areas durins: the week
of Dec. :"-21 for annual tag day-.
Auxiliary members and members
of the Starlrtts Junior Division
will assist in holiday programs at
nursing and children's homes Do;.
21-24.
Murray Solomon 2JS: On Sun-
day will visit the children at Sun-
land Training Center. They will
bring gifts and goodies. On Mon-
day Stella and Sol Lipton will
service telecart at the Veterans
Hospital
Miami Beach 330: Hospital
chairman Minnie Hoppen and vol-
unteers will service telecart for:
patients at the Veterans Hospital
on Sunday The auxiliary has plan-
ted a fund-raising card party and
luncheon on this day at the Knes-
eth Israel Synagogue. Auxiliary
President is Be=s:e Gibber. On
Thursday, Dec. 21. at 8 p.m.. a
regular meeting will be held at
the American Legion Hall on Al-
ton Road and 18th Street. The
Department of Florida President.
Mrs. Lillian M. Schoen will be
welcomed on her official visit.
Four Freedoms 401: Auxiliary'
President P.ae Feinstein will shop j
for patients at the Veterans Hos-
pital on Tuesday. Members visit-
ing patients at the Bikur Cholem
Home for the Aged on Collins Ave.
will hold a games party there on
Sunday, bringing gift* and serv-
: big n freshments. Regular meet-
held at the Four Free-
Wednesiay.
\: tor B. Freedma-i 818: Will
L .. .; PresidenJ
M. Schoen on her official
: v. :. She will be
.'., | -.iliary pn
Mrs Hallan-
Federai Bai k
| North Shore 6?7: Hospital Chair-
Sara Young and volunteers
. isey and Ruth Stark wili
I service telecart at the Veterans
* Hospital on Tuesday.
Hlaleah-Mlaml Springs 681: On
Sunday, Fae Yosheieson. Diane
HrvIs and G. rt Beck will service
the telecart at the Veterans Hos-
pital.
Point East 608: On Wednesday.
| auxiliary hospital chairman Irene
: Siegci and volunteers will do tele-
carl fnr patients at the Veterans
Hostiital.
Harry H. Cohen "23: Thursday.
'"".- 21 Hc^ital Chairman Mrs
! i"ia:i Kevoe Will bring the port-
able telephone to patients at the
Veterans Hospital. On Sunday.
teers will iwld a can's party
al th Bikur Cho'em Home for
the Aged. Gifts will be distributed
and refreshments served.
Colonel David M:ircti 746: Aux-
I'iary will hold a ward party at
the Veterans Hospital on Satur-
day. On Sunday. Chairman Ann
Trager assisted by Betty Ott. will
hold a birthday party for the chil-
dren at Frimro=e Cottage at Suni-
'and Center. Auxiliary President
Florence Wrona will conduct a
-egular business meeting on
Wednesdav. at 8:15 n.m. at the
Financial Federal. NW l?3rd St
and 7th Ave.
Phyllis La Civita,
Andrew Levine
Are Affianced
Mr. and Mrs. Frank La Civita
of 1905 Siesta Dr., Sarasota, have
announced the engagement of their
daughter Phyllis to Andrew D.
Levine. son of Mrs. Rosalyn
Levine. 55 SVV .'list Rd.. and the
late Victor Levine.
The bride-elect attended the
University of South Florida in
Tampa for two years and is cur-
I rently a student at the Atlantic
' College of Art. Her fiance has
completed his pre-dental require-
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Four "Parlor Meetings'" were held
recently in the home of Mrs. Leonard Friedland,
Women's Division vice president for campaign
Attending the "Benefactor" parlor meeting were (from left)
Mrs. Martin Smith, vice chairman of the Women's Division
Miami Beach Area Board; Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, Mrs. Carl
Weinlde and Mrs. Donald Lsfton, chairman of the Women's
Division Miami Beach Area Board.
Participants in the "Sponsor-Donor" parlor meeting included
(irom left) Mrs. Merton Gettis, Mrs. Bernardo Benes, Mrs.
Allen Supler and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim.
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Guests at the "Trustee-Pacesetter" parlor meeting included
Mrs. Philip Thau, 'left) Mrs. Richard Levy, Woman's Division
Facesstter and Trustee chairman, Mrs. Stephen Muss and
Mrs. Robert Russell, wife of Federation's president.
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laughter, Shelley Faith, to Barry
Samuel Mark-;, son of Dr. and
Mrs A;her Marks, 480 Campana
Ave., Cora! Gables.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Killlan i'i <, Sch' >! :>"! i- now
attendin \ i the ; (Jniver Itj
in Atlai ta he i u ;- najoring
in social work. D irinR he high
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BBG chanter, then of the South
Flor! la Council and finally on the
District level.
Her fiance is an alumnus of
Palmetto High School, where he
'. rved as editor of his school paper
and was active in Akiba Chapter
of AZA. He is presently attending
Emory University, where he is
preparing to be an attorney.
New York philanthropist Leon Lowenslein (left) receives a
warmhearted welcome from Mount Sinai Medical Center
Executive Vice President Samuel Gertner, during a recent
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Ail smiles at the annual Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Dinner
of State held this week at the Dsauville Hotel are, (from
left 1c right' Dr. Euqene Labcvitz, rabbi of the Miami Beach
synagcgje; Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel, recipients of the
State cf Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award and 25th
Anniversary Trustee of Israel Bonds; and Murray Shaw
chairman of the dinner and dance. The event produced pur-
chases cf S963.000 in State of Israel Bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcses J. Grundwerg proudly display the an-
tique silver Ssder plate presented to them at the 12th annual
scholarship dinner of the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High
School held at the Eden Roc Hotel. Shown, left to right,
are Hyman I. Galbut, dinner chairman; Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal: Mr. and Mrs. Grundwerg, guests of honor;
and Jacob Modansky, ccchairman of the affair. Mr. Grund-
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1200 Lincoln and Alton Ms. -.,. ; Samuel Gladstone wha will
Program for the afternoon will offer a talk on current events.
Irs. Alfred Tivin, national chair-
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Coffee '"hi danish ;'i a nominal
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Laurie Beloff
Jacqueline Dascal
BeHino
Edtlstein Mario Grosfeld

Gulislream Chapter of Women's American
ORT president Mrs. Clifford Pierce (second
iiom left) presents its outstanding member-
ship award to Mrs. William Bslfer for bring-
ing in 13 new members. The membsr-Mo
brunch was hosted by Mrs. Samuel Burstein
(left) at hsi home in Biscayne Point. At right
are Mis. Yitz Hershkowitz, tea chairman,
a.id Mrs. Abs Lceser, cchostess.
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sraeli singing star Yaffa Yarkoni, who was
featured in the salute to Israel sponsored
I by Young Israel of Greater Miami last week-
end at the Miami Beach Auditorium, greets
Lou Rosenberg and other members of the
temple's Ways and Means Committee back-
stage after the performance. At left are Leo
^>e2SS?
Jarecki, chairman, and Art Weingarten; be-
hind Mr. Rosenberg is Marilyn Rubin. The
ethers are (from left) Barry D. Schreiber,
congregation president, Carl H. Rubin, Rabbi
Zalman Kossowsky, Ray Gruen and Sam
Gruen.
' .'. -
Community leaders met at the Greater Mi-
pni Jewish Federation with Dr. Shlomi Ko
sh, director cf Hebiew Language of the
orld Zionist Organization, to discuss the
ping of Ulpan Hebrew Centers in Miami.
t>ted (from left) are Hani*) Green, chcrir-
i of the American Zionist Federation; Is-
iShapiro, director of the Israel Aliyah
W Dr. Kodesh; Herbert Zvi Berger, exec-
\ director of the Central Agency for Jew-
ish Education and Marlime Brood, cultural
chairman, National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, Siymcur B. Liebman, education chair-
men cf the Ameiican Zionist Federation,
Edith Jacctson, education chairman of the
Miami Bsach Hadassah Chapter; Aryeh
Rockach, Israel Community Shaliach; Mar
vin Leiberman, assistant director of the
YMHA and Levi Soshuk, author and edu-
cator are standing.
LAt'RlG BKI.OFK
Laurie Anne, daughter of Mr
Finrl M Benjamin Beloff, will be-
urn Bat Mitzvah on Saturday,
]' 16. at Temple Emanu-E
An eighth grade honor student
SI Giaild WJTfiof Sigh School.
Elliott is a champion bowler, a
Boj Scout ami a member of the
school band.
The celebrant's parents will host
, ,. I he celehianl S naivnls will host
,...,... ... Ihi One;: Shabbal at the cone u~
Kl Re I'.'ious School mid is a stu- .;......,. i- : .
(Iciii al Nautilus Junior High
School. She i< a member of Tem-
ple Enanu-EI's USV and Youth
Group, and Junior Players of Tem-
ple Emanu-El,
The celebrant will !> h >nored
with b rceention at the Diplomat
Country Cub. Her grandmother,
Mi- Lillian Beloff, "ill attend the
event.
JAMIE KAPLAN
Snt ida\ n orning sen i -is al
Both To'ah Congregation Di\ iti|
will include the Bar Mitzvah o!
Fnim the son of Mr. and Mi -
Julius Kanlan.
The ci lehrnnt att " Ket e i\ Juni > H'gh Sch tol,
whet he i in the eighth grade,
and is a m 'in'" of the fifth irrn l class -u Beth Torah's Harold WoH
Religions School
Mr. a- I Mis Kanlan will spon-
sor the K:dd'tsh following the
e- in t'lrii son's hollo-. Tlv
niests ".;'! Include Mr. n<~ 1 Mrs.
The dorc Dysnrt and Mr. and Mis
Scymoui Kaplan,
BETTIN \ BDELSTEIN
Temple Beth Sliolom worship
grrvices Saturday morning, Dec.
'(.. will Include the Hat Mitzvah
I Bettina, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. H Edi i-ti in.
The celebi ant is an eighth gi ade
itudent i t autilus Junior Hi '
hei e she Is a membei ol
he orchest a. She graduati ri fi om
' i Reth Sholom's l U
ins to coiit in r her
i cation through Con-
limatii n.
Bettina's parents will host the
the sen !<
her honor and a reception
hon e the occasion.
ELLIOTT HINKES
Elliott William, the sun ol
Cantoi and Mrs. Seymour HI
5160 s\\ 97th Ave., will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, D >. 16, at Temple Beth
Tov.
sion of the Friday evening service
as well as the Kiddush Saturday
following the Bar Mitzvah in honor
ol their son. Sharing in the fes-
tivities will be his grandmother,
Mrs. Klix Hinkes, and his grand-
father, Dr. Leonard Finn.
JEFFREY BOSEN'FfELD
Jeffrej Michael, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon J. Rosenfield,
8980 SW 59th St., will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Con regation Saturday, Dec. 16.
The celebrant is in Hebrew
(hade 1 at Beth David and the
eighth grade at Glades Junior High
School, where he is a member of
the school hand.
Jeffrey will be honored by his
parents at a recc] tion in the:
Ugiers Hotel. Among the honored
ests will be his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fleishman and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenfield.
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JACQUELINE DASCAL
Jacqueline, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dascal. will become
i Bat Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
F'ridav evening, Dec. 15.
Jacqueline is an eighth grade
student al the Hebrew Academy.
A reception and dinner honoring;
the celebrant will be held in the
Cotillion Room of the Eden Roc
Hotel.
MARIO GROSFELD
Mario the son of Mr, and Mrs,
el Grosfi Id ill i. come 'i
' 'i Mit; vah, S morning,
16, 1972, al Temple Menorah.
lo i.- an ei le student
the Hebrew
A Kiddush w i;i I : \ i,-, ;
nple Mennrah's Social Hall,
and a reception and dinro r hon-
oring Mario will be held Saturday
In; at the Vlsi s Hotel.
Guests will include Mr. and Mis.
; io Kleiner and daughter and
Rebecca Reinerman of Arg-
entina,
IIGAI NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M ITICH IS hbkepy niVKX that
the underslgni-d, desiring to
in business under Ihe fictitious iron.
c.r CIVIL SERVICE REPORTER al
I17.VI X E UStli .V Miami PI. lu-
ll ml- i,. i.ti-1. r ^:>ill name u Itli the
Clerk nf tin- Circuit Court "i Dnili
County, Florida.
JOHN VIXCBNT
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTtl i: IS UKKBBY OIVBN Hint
iln- Una, 'sign* .I. desiring I" '-in-,
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to rej liil i nun \\ itli Ui. Cl< rk
of Hi,- Cln uit Court "i Dade i "oui ij
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-"77
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK i
FAN W ii SPIBOBI.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN^IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AN.D FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA liM PROBATE
No. 7J.5705
1 REl K.-I.U.. ,.l
JACOB M. FI.VK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors mid All Persons Hav-
en; Claims or Demands Against Said.
i: iite:
Y"ii are hereby notified mid requir-
ed lo |>resenl any claims und demands
which you may have aKalnsi (he en-
late "i JAI OH Al. FINK 'l. !
late "f Hade County, Florida, to ilia
Count) Judges <"- Dade County, and
fill the saint- in .in t. nnd ns pri -
vlded in Reetlon 733 IB, Florida Statu-
tes, in Ihelr nffieen In the I "oui v
Courthouse In Dade County, Plorlda,
m thin six calendar months from iho
lime of ihi- fir-r publication hereof.
or Ho- s.-inn v.iil he barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thin ''in
day of November, A I' ,,,7_-
SAP \ FINK
As Bvecu x
Find publication of this notlei i
th da) of I '. imber, l'.,7-J
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IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7?-59S
ARTHUR W PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
KB: Ksl
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To All Credlli rs and mi Pi rsi ns li..c-
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Vou are hereb) notified and ''-
nuln mantis which you ma) havi I
. tati of SIDNEY OKI HER da-
Count) and file ill'- same In rtunl I hiU L)ade County, Florida,
cute and as provided in Section T.13.IH lo thi ( nunt) Jud Oadi Cointy,
Floridu Statutes, in Ihelr offices the sum.- In du n*l na
il,,. Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun- provided in s.- ] n Flfrida,
i, Florida within -is cnlendai Statutes, In theii In Ihi (Vim-
monthi from the time of ii"- first Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
uuhllcallKii hereol or Ihe same will Ida, MiHiln six calendar months fn.rn
months ii
pill,Ii. il i'-n
be barred.
Dated hi Miami, Florida, ihlt
,lii\ nf N'ovembi r, A I 1972
DAVID B. BTI IN K
As Bxecutor
First publication "f 11*i notli.....
i he R das "i l lei ember, 1973,
DAVID i: BTI IXB
Attorne) for
FANNY <: SPIBOBI., DECEASED
im n \\ 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
li B-15-82-29
iurthouse In I mmIi i "ount). FIoi -
Ida, within six calendar months fri
the i iin>- of the first publication here-
of, "i ihe same will I"- barn d.
Dated Rt Miami, Florida, Ihh h
Novi mber, A l> 1872
HERBERT S ORCBER
As K\> eutor
First publloatlon of ihis notice on
ili,. isi day of December. 1972
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Friday. December 15, 1972
UGAl NOTKI
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. 72-24207
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV ItK: TIIK MARRIAGE OF
1JCNNARD WEBB
Husband
and
CURDEI. DAVIS WEBB
Wife
TO: CI'RDEL DAVIS WEBB
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riagc has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on MARSHAI.I, B. FISHER, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 9Ka5
8 Dixie Highway. Suite 300. Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
l.efore Jan .".. 1973; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
[his Jl day of Nov.. 1972.
E II LEATHERMAN.
As t'lerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY: R. M. KISSEi:
As Deputy t'lerk
(i ii. uit Court Seal i
MAKSHAI.1. B. FISHER
h.-.:. s Dixie Highway, suite soo
Miami. Florida 88156
Attorney for Petitioner
12. 1-8-1.1-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEN that I
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Creative Services at 2125 Biscay tie
Boulevard. Miami, Florida 33137 In-
tends to register said name with the i
Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Charles Friedlander
Advertising. Inc
Charlea Friedlander. Pres.
ii 24 12 1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5163
In RE: Estate of
AI.EX RASHAP. a'k/a
ALEXANDER RASHAP
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said dece-
dent has been admitted to probate In
said Court. You are hereby command-
ed within six calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
this notice to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any you can. why
the nctlon of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
umevoked.
FRANK B DOWLINO
County Judge
By MELBA C. DICK
Clerk
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL& BCHEER
Samue' W. Fried
Attorneys
-in? Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
First publication of this notice on
the 24 day of November. 1972.
C. J. SEAL
11 '24 11/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAMACOL ORAN CA.MARA DE
COMERCIANTES LATINOS DE MI-
AMI at 1419 S.W. xth Street. Miami.
Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
JOSE BOBER
11/24 12/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTKE
FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned Intend to register
the fictitious name of MIAMI TREE
SERVICE AND LANDSCAPING.
DAVID m. vor\i;
MARTIN PRADY
12 8-15 22 28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-24668
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OP
a ; TRA I'D E BNTBZA.M, ,i k 'a
PR I'V ENTEZAM,
Pi tltioner,
and
NIZAM I'DDIN A. ENTEZAM.
Respondent
Yoi XIZAMUDDIN A ENTEZAM.
ondent, ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to file your written defense to
t ils divorce with the Court's Clerk and
serve copy upon Plaintiffs Attor-
neys, VON ZAHPT r SMITH. Cli
tal Bank Bide Miami, Florida ;
ir before 'in* 12 day of January, |
1978 else the Complaint Will be taken
es i onfessed
DATED December I, 1872
B B 1.EAT HERMAN. Clerk
BY R M KISS EH
Deputy Clerk
(Cln uit Court Seal)
_____________________H-/8-15-?2-29__
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Die undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
TROPIC FAIR APARTMENTS al 800-
7lih Street. Miami Beach. Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
'! irk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
HENRY WI1.K
SARAH WU.K
NELSON K FELDMAN. PA.
Attorneys for applicants
1 13r. Kane Concourse
Miami, Fla 33154
12 8-16-22-29
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 Marriage Of:
SAMUEL POLLACK.
Husband,
-and-
JUIJANNA HUANG POLLACK,
aka JULIA NX A CHAO-YU HUANG
Wife.
TO: JUIJANNA HUANG POLLA) K.
a k a JULIANNA CHAO-YO
MIA VI I PI ILLACK
4- o Dr. Sam Huang
.149 Amsterdam Avenue,
North Babylon Nev. York.
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
'our written defenses to It, if any,
upon STEPHEN I. RASKIN. Peti-
tioner's attorney, whose address is
7J"" Bird Road, P.O Box 7602, Miami.
Florida, 88185, on or before Decem-
ber 29, 1972, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
i..for,, service on Petitioner's attor-
ney or Immediately thereafter; other-
wise a defaull will be entered for the
relief demanded in the Petition.
witness my hand and the seal of
this Court on November IS, 1972.
B B LEATHERMAN
:,s i :ieric of said < lour)
BY C P. << 'I'KI.AND
as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
11 '24 12/1-8-18
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. 72-24134
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CATHERINE LOPEZ
and
ROBF.RT J. LOPEZ
TO: ROBERT J. IX)PEZ
P. O. Box 2
Neuva Andalucia. Marbella.
Spain
YOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It on
BERNARD COHEN, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 407 Lincoln
Road, Suite 6-A. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before January 3. 1973; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/1RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 22 day Of November. 197'.'
E It LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. 8NEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Cohen & Cohen, p.a.
4wi Lincoln Road
suite 8-A
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
11/1-8-16-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
X/L FOOD SERVICES at 4200 North
2th Terrace, Hollywood. Florida in-
tends to register said name with thi*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
X/L MARKETING & CHEMICAL
CO.. INC
a Florida corporation
By: Eric Rad. Vice President
David M. Gonshak
Attorney for Applicant
1497 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IE HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
WESTINGHOI SE RENT-A-CAR,
COMPANY: COLD COAST LEASING
COMPANY at 10901 S W 80th Avenue.
Miami. Fla. intends to register said
names with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
STUART LEVINE
12 1-8-16-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5808
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL A BRBWSTBR
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which you mav have against
hi eatate of SAMUEL \ BREW-
STER. deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, lo the County Judges of Dade
County and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733-
18. Florida Statutes, In their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20
day of November. A D 1972
PAUL KWITNEY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 27 day of November. 1972.
KWITNEY KROOP
Attorneys for Executor
42 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/24 12/1-8-15
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 KE: The marriage of
JosE PETTBRSON aka JOSE
LANE PETTBRSON AMORIM,
petitioner.
and
CON8UELA PINHEIRO GUBDB8
PETTBRSON,
Respondent.
To CONSUBLA PINHEIRO
GUEDES PBTTERSt >N
Residence Unknown
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
y >u are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on DAVID s. KUMBLE, attorney foi
Petitioner, whose address is 350 Lin-
coln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and
file 'he original with the Clerk Of the
above styled court on or before Dec-
ember 26, 1972; otherwise a defaull
u ill be enl......d against you for the
relief demanded in the complain! or
p-'titlon.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four coi secutlve weeks
in THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
s.ini court in Miami, Florida, on this
I r da v of N"v ember. 1972
i: B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By L 8NEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID 8. KUMBLE
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
11/24 12,1-8-15
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-23835
NOTICE DY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
KATHRYN MARIE LINDSAY', wife
and W1LI.ARD LINDSAY, husband
YOU, WII.LAHD LINDSAY, resl-
deuce SI 2 Webster Street. Dayton.
Ohio, are required to file your an-
swer to the petition for dissolution
of marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy there-
of upon Herman Cohen, Esq.. 1810-11
Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida, on
I or before December 29. 1972, or else
I petition will be confessed.
1 Dated Nov 20. 1972
E. I! LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: B. .1. FOY
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/24 12 '1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5865
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
GUSSIE PRICE
I iecease-1
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
Y"U ari hereby notified and re-
luired lo present any claims and de-
manda which you may have against
.....al if Ol ssii-: PRIi '!: di
late of Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Had,- County, and
Ale the lame In duplli ate and as
provided In s, !;. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.]
or the same will be barrel
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2-1
day of November. AD. 1972
IDA 11.AM
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on 1
'ie 24 day of November. '..:_
BPARBFR ZEMBL, kOSKIN AND
Hf'LBRONNER p a
Attorneys for Executrix
100 N Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
11/24 12/1-8-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-5838
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
JACK KOMITO
1'.,eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of JACK KOMITO. deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.ik. Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2"th
day of November. AD. 1972.
JOSEPH KOMITO
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 24th day of November. 1972.
CAIDIN. ROTHEXBER. KOOAN
and KORNRLl'M
By Zev. W. Kogan
Attorney for Joseph Komito and
Stanley Komito, Co-Executors
420 Lincoln Rd..
Miami Beach Florida 33139
11/24 12/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5912
JOHN R. BLANTOr.'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
FRED SOMERSTBIN
I let eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of FRED SOMERSTBIN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges ,,f D.ol,.
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate ami as provided in Section 783..
18. Florida Statutes. In their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same win
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th
rtn> of No\ emb.r. A D 1972.
Robert Somersteln
Bej mour Somersteln
As Bkteoutors
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of December. 1972.
Edwin H. Olnsburg, Esquire, of
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Ix-vinson &
Kenin
Attorney for Executor-.
Suite 104 UftO S W. First Street
Miami. Florida 18130
12 1-8-13-22
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. 72-25256
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
BERTHA HELEN McCRORY,
WIFE
and
WILLIAM McCRORY
HUSBAND
To; WILLIAM McCRORY
residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It on
ANDREW J. TOTH, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is Suite E-
9325 Park. Drive. Miami Shores Flor-
ida 3313S. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled COUrl
on or before January 19. 1972: other-
wise a default will be entered agalnsl
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week!
In TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this nth E B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
J lade Countv Florida
By Ii M KISSBE
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
Andrew J Totb
Suite E-9325 Park Drive
Miami Shores, Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: 757-9441
18/18-22-29 1 I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN T.HE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7? '1139
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
ARTHUR Y"l \'l
Husband
BHIRI BY JEAN YOUNG
Wife
TO: Shirley Jean Young
Residence 1'nknouti
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Stanley E. Goodman, attorney for
Petitioner, whose ade'-oss is fisx N W
62nd Street. Miami. Florida 33147. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan-
uary 15, 197:;: otherwise default
will he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this R
dav of December. 1972
B I! LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By C P. COPEI-AN'D
As 1 leputy clerk
<( 'ircuit Court Seall
Stanley E Goodman
2689 N W (2nd Street
Miami. Florida 33147 691-S9S1
Attorney for Petitioner
12 15-22-29 1 '5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5929 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SIMEON WOLFMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SIMEON WOLFMAN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733 -
lt>. Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Da Ie Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
lie barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this S day
of December. AD. 1972.
Bernard N. Wnlfman
Renee W. Madfis
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 15 day of December. 1971,
(ieorge J. Talianoff
Attorney for Executors
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12/15-22-29 1/5
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. 72-25141
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
LOUI8 J Hill" 1. Husband
and
SARAH QUID) '. Wife
TO MRS SARAH lil'IDO
7528 Airline Highway
Rlveria Apartments No. 7
New Orleans. Louisiana
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you an required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
ANOBLO a A LI attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Suite
2s West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
33180, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before January 15, 1972: otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four Consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
S day of December, 1972
E I! LEATHERMAN,
As c 'Icrk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By c 1. Al EXANDER
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court BealJ
ANGELO A All
Suite -itni 28 vl'esl Flagler Sti
Miami. Florida 38130
Attorney for Petitioner
12 15-22-29 1 5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-23031
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARTA BOI'ZA S(M IRES.
Wife.
and
JAMES BRUCE SQUIRES,
Husband.
TO: Mr. James Bruce Squires
3S|n Central Park Drive- No. 2
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you 'ti'^ required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to It on
PAUL KWITNEY. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 120 1 Incoln
Road Suite' 513, Miami Beach, Florida,
33139. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before December 20, 1972. othc
a ci. fault will i>e entered agalnsl you
for the relief demanded in :i.....m-
plalnt or pel Itlon
This ^nniice shall be published once
each week for four 1 0
In THE JEWISH FI.< RI1 'IAN
witness mj hand and the seal of
saicl court at Miami. F rida "ii this
8th day of November 1972
E B LEATHERMAN.
As 1 Merit. Circuit Court
Dad. Countv. FlOl
B) I. SNEBDEN
As Deputv Clerk
11 1 uit Court 8
Paul Kwitnev
KWITNEY & KKOOP
120 l.-ncoln Road 8ulte 511
Miami Beach Florid i
Attorney for Petition- -
ll :7-24 l2 15-33
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. 72-23790
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
LOUISA B, GRANT, Petltl......r,
and
KENNETH L GRANT, Respondent
TO: KENNETH L. GRANT
Bos 41
Kan Fernando
Trinidad, West Indies
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written d.f.-nses. if any. to it
on GEORGE SAMPAS. ESQ., attor-
ney for Petitioner whose address in
Law Office of Shirley Woolf. 420
Lincoln Road. Room 211. Miami Beach,
Florida 83139, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before December 26, 1972;
otherwise a default will be entered
agalnsl you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THEJBWI8H FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 17 day of November. 1972
E. I! LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By I. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit c.urt Seal!
':l--i iRGE sam i'as. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
420 Lincoln Road, Room 211
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone 681 -.;17
1! 21 12 1-8-1!!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN El ll
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GO-PI WINDOW BALES & SERVICE
al 450-52 X.W 22nd Avenue M ml,
fi Inti nd lo n sister said name with
tin Clerk of the Circuit Curt of
Dade County. Florida
I El 1 i| lie ) |o\, 1
' 'N'El.li 1 ;i IMEZ
1 -,
NOTICE UNCER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTU E is HEREBY IIVEN that
tne undei
" I ii' u r tl
I;.';, *>!,'' SHORES T\ &
\ R' 'NIi S. V i.wn sib IRES "' V
.MIAMI SHORES ELECTRONICS!
NORTH TOWN T V ,| ,;n N E 2nd
At enue Miami 'she- F|, ,-
t" register raid names with the clerk
of Hie Cln uil C iurl of Dade Con r,
la
.,.~.. NKI S"N SOUTHARD
AHTHI I: w KARLICK, I
Attorney for apotli am
1454 N W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
12. 15-22-M I
1
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LEGAL NOTICI
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-57%
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in l!h: Kl
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LEGAL MOTKT
LEGAL NOTICE
gOTICE OF ACTION
JSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
.ORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
[IL ACTION No 72-33620
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1 A I < ETI i PARI v. W Ifi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PhOPERTYi
U THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72.''2709
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ IIK TICK VlAltlilAlIK tip
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..-M770
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
A ILMI.NIX i SAN'i'll ;;/
Hu.Ji*mi... .,.,,., .
(1 'NCEPCItl.N SANCHEZ
tt
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. 72-17308 (VANN)
IN RE; Tli. Murriaiii il
I.YDIA BAKRANCO, Wife,
and
ARMANDO BARRAXCO; Hkishaad
TO ARMANDO IWflHtJRSCTI '"
Re* Idei..... I iikn<>\\ n.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Klnnl u [Hi ill.- lerl nf II
. il I ..III! ..II 1.1 l..-1'..i | I, ,
.thervvlse a default vill be
|nealnsl J i.ii fur Ihe relief !-
in ill.- comiitali..... in iiii-'i.
..... -in.II be published once
U for four i-.iiis, ,-ni.i. Weeks I Atlornet foi
.icw'sll FI.ORIDIAN. OERTRID REmiQER, Bxeeul
linn.l and the -.- il i ,. i :,,...in l{......
ii ..i Miami, Plniidn. nn llil; Mlnml Reneh. Florida
r \'.\ ml., r. IR72.
f !>., \ 11 I
liBlfTRIU RELNKiKR
i:\..iii..>
I i' -I PUlllli H I : III nl ll-i. null
tin- > .1.. m i......mher it"
KWTTNKV ,< KROOP
li. i.i:at'ii;i:.ma\.
is Clerk, i ir nn I'.-nii
|. ,.i. Counl Florida
By II. .1 Fo>
Ah I'ii.m:y Clerk
Hurl S
l:.\ .1 RERI.I.NSEY. P A
in Itond
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. 72-19386
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i IN UK: Th- Marilnuu ...i
i ,i.\ i es ri >i ii lERfl
, Husband.
iin.l
i Kl -\ c. rii:i-:i:.--.
Wife.
' Tl JAMES IP >|h;ei:s
:: l Kiihi Winer Slreel
Slippery RiH'k. PemiHylvanlii
V'iC ARE HEREBY NtiTIFIEI"
ili.n in iii'tlmi for Dissolution ..i Mar.
li.i..'.- I.i- I" Il 1.1. il UBIllllHI } ii
I you in. required lo nerve n coiij i.f
j your written defenses, it* unv. in ii rn
DAVID II JAVITS. :irio|-|i.-v for P. Il-
hereby notified .....I re-1 M.....i. whose address is 1 -i-1 \\\\
I". I "J rlnims nnd de- iTih Avenue. Minnil, Florida
ivllleh v.-m in.iv liiiva .i-.iiu-i I ami file the oritrlnal with Ibe elerk "'
'. of CISI.IA BENSON IIOTH I Hi,. hIb.vi myleil rourl ..11 or hefor.
-... a.-.i late nf Dadi County. January 12, 1973: otherwise n defniiH
In ill. Count) .link, of I...!-- ,,,n |, entered HL-aliiHl ymi f..i lit.
and file ill.- Mini, in duuli- i, .- demilll.leil in the rnmplnlM or
I as provided III B clion 7:::.- nellilon,
i.ln Statutes, In their r.fiieei Thl notice mIiiiII be published ion-.
Count) Courl Imus. in Hade each week for four consecutive '
Florida, within si\ calendar In THE JEWISH r'l.ORIDIAN
from Hi.- time nf ihe first j WITNESS m.i hnnd and he senl '
Ion hereof, or ihe mho. will said rou ml, Kloi .. on Ibb
I. iil.n n( I iei-.ml.ei-. i' 7 -
:u Miami, Plorlda. foi Pelltl
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I.M AND FOR
kDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5962
lOTICE TO CREDITORS
>late .f
|l'.i:\si'.\ ROTHMAN
id:
t'r.-.liii.i-s and aii Pi rKoni Huv-
|mn <>i Iniiian.!- Amimsi Haiti
I' Inrld i ih Kth fill |l original v. uli il e eli i k nf th.
Iave ntj l.-.l court on .-r In fon Jan
l!'"a nlheru .- :i defnull I In
entered nirnlnKi you for thi relief de-
"n in.,i.l..I in the Cimnlalnt or petition,
TIiIk ii..ii.-. Rhnll In nui.llHlieil ...i.f
ench week for four .-...... inn. week*
in THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my linn.l and III. -,nl nf
'--:ii.l .-..nn :ii .Minini. Plortdn on thii-"
, 27 :> ... Xov.. 1972
K II. I KATIIKUMAV
.\s Clerk. Cir.-uii Courl
Iin.ii- Count) Plorlda
By II. m Kissr.i:
An lirimii i'I- 11.
, tcireuil Court Si--.|i
I a i i:i:I:T wii i:\sk v Estj
; r.i; W. Fhutler Btrei i
, Miami. Plnrldn SSISn
a i lorney f..i Petit I.......
!_ l-S-1".-!2
:' S-l.".-22-2fl
Plnirler Street, Room I'I. Mlnm .
Plorldn 33180, and file the oriirlnnl
with ill, lei of the nbove styled
eourl ..ii or before January 12 197.1:
otherwise a defnull will l- eiitere.l
nsainst you f..r ihe relief demanded
i.. ilir ,..mi.I.in,i .-i net 11 Ion
This........ nhnll be published ........
' ench week i... f nr -.-.. utl>.- -
in THE JEW l.-ll l-'l .iI; TI il A \
WITNESS in\ hand and the -nl of
| said courl ii Miami. Plorlda on I hi* I
l.-iv ot l>......mber. 1972
I V. IV I.EATHERMAN.
A Clerk, Circuit Court
Dude fount v. Plorldn
l'.y C P. Ci>PEI.AND
I As l.....iiiv Clerk
iCiii-uii Court s-
I MAX A. <;i il DPARO
i At i.-rnex for Pel ii loner
| 12/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE.
FLORIDA CASE NO. 72-24785
NOTICE TO DEFEND
] IN IIK THE MAKUIAlIK i IP
KAR1 II V i.\ II All 1:. Iirsi:.\.\l>.
, ANIi in iltl ITHY I Vi IX HAI.I.E.
w i it:
VOP. Donithy .1 Von II-.II.-. resld
1 Inu .11 L'U' huPniil Avenue, Newhurvli
Mew York 12.151. are required to i'ii.
an Answer lo the Petition Por Mar-
i-i:i-_. r>issfdution with Ihe Clerk "f this
'"in i .mil sen......n\ il.. .-. nf in...
.1 C l.nllI. I77.'l :, W l-lultlel
Street, Miami, Plorldn 331.*..". ..nn
. husband's In I i.iter i ha n Jan
' '"7 I i Ih r..... Il-faull ill lie en.
Y.ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tered niralnst vou
thai ;m nction for Dissolution nf Mar- Dnted I Depember. 1972, Miami,
rluKe has been filed nftntnsi you and Plorldn.
you are required lo serve n copy of E i: UEATHKRMAN. Clerk
..ui written defenses If any, lo ii |:v- R. .,| KISSEK
..ii .IKRIIY \ IH'IINS, nttornej for Deput) Clerl Circuit Courl
Petilii.ner, whosi nbl i :"'s fil> ii',i,-ii i Court Seali
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. 72-24948
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The MnrrlnRa nf
II KRIIY EVANHEI.INA
PR VNZEHK. Wife.
and)
RICHARD D. PRANZESE, lln-l......I.
Tl >: KICHAHI' I i PR \N/.ESK
1372 Knsl ^7ili Street
llrooklyn. New York
|.V..\.-inl.. r, A Ii 1972
shii |.-v i;.i -I en
As Administratrix
publication ..i this notice on
,\ ..; Xo. emli. i. 1972.
ZPKER. ICE
f..i- Administratrix
In i:,...l
,-n.li Plurltln 33139
H :I 12 I
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
kDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6082
JTICE TO CREDITORS
"CetlllP ..f
K III IS I :.NSTEIN
.1
redltors nnd All Persons llm
it oi in 111:111.1- Against Said
.- hi i.-l.y .....Ifleil :..... ri
present nn> lalms and di -
rhi.-li you niaj ha ri 11 n 11
il ESTHER K. ROSEN
iii.....ns< il Inti "f Bade 1 ..nn
kin. to mi- Cnunty Judires .:
pints mid file Ihe -
..11*1 :is pi ,.\ ..I. I Si fl
niiln Htnlu'es, in thi Ir of
[ ill. 1 '..uiii\ 1 "ourthnusc i
Plorlda, within -i\ cal-
iinilis from Ihe lime tin
Penllon hereof, or lln shim
red.
|n Miami Plorldn iliii l-:
mln r. A iv 1972
LHP IIOSPNSTEIN
[ II El: VI AN v.lHN
As Co- Ex- ii.'.i-
Ibllcatil lln- 11..Ii..- i'ii
in I locer.ioi 1972
I IS" II
, |.;. ..... ,,1
in I8ENSTEI \
Av.-ini.
s. Ploridu 3*1 I
IJ.S-l.-i 1-2!
riCE OF ACTION
rRUCTIVE SERVICE
tO RCPERTYi
1CU1T COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CITCUIT
tIDA. IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY.
ICTION NO 72-22254
(FOR DISSOLUTION
MARRIAGE
M'lian. of
lAHOY. Wii.
As Ci rk, iii.-uu Court
1. nl- 1 iiuniy. Plot nl
Hj C P 11 IPEI AND
\ Ih'PUl) i'i. 1 i.
ii'n. nil four Si nl 1
DAVID 11 JAVITS
1 II: N.\\ I A vi "in-
Minim. Plorlda "7i::.
Vtiotn.> for IV'iikiiier
12 R
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(JO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-',4769
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Hi- Murilnir.. ..f:
.1 v.K lirTTEIIPIEJ I). II11-1..11.1
! 1 loner
nml
TRKHSA UI'TTEIIPIEI.D WIPE.
Respondenl
I'm- 'I'l.'l-'.SSA BI'TTKRFIEI I)
I'ii I lux :, -ji
Nnss: Bahninn
\':ii.....nl Bank Building. 2" Wesl
Plauler Sireet, Miami, Plorldn 33I3H,
-,..,i I,,- Hi,- orlcinal with Ibe clerk of
Il above sly*. .-"in' on .1 1 mini j 12, 1973: oilii 0 n default
u in I.e hi. r.- 1 ac 1 you lor live
il. mnml. .1 in ihe coinolnlnt or
I nellilon.
This noliee shnll hi publisl 1 once
1.1.-I1 week for four "-. n:i'-.- weeks
11, TH K JEWISH PI 1IRIDI v N
witness my hand and the seal
lid .....in ..I II 1 0
tin '. .1 I III I nn er. I
F. T. I i: \YI!'.'!:.MA\'.
v 1 lei k. 1 'ii. uii Courl
I lade CoUlll.v PI01 ii' 1
Bj I" IHI'EI AND
\ 1 iei uty Clerk
1. '.. cuil l 'ourl Si-nll
JERRY A ItCllNS. i:snrii:i-:
9s cit> National Bank BuildlnR
1 2-"i w .'' Plus er Street
Mil-mi. I'lii 3313"
\ :... nes for Pet ii loner
12 S-I."i 22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN llinl
1
12 R-l.1-22-29
alaivi1 styled eourl on or befon Jan.
v:. 1973: 1.tin-1 u ~. :i defaub \v.M i.h
"..i.i.-l RKlllnst VOU the i.i'.f
demanded in the pomplnint or poll*
tii.11
This notice shall l"' published mire,
enrh week for four consecutive wedka
In THE JEWISH Pf.ORIDIAN
witness my hand and thi 1
of snld court Bl Miami, Florida -"i
'ii 1 .:>' day of Not.ni;"
I-- IV I E VI'll I'.l: MAN
As Clerk, Cireuil Court
Hade County. Florida
By li. M KISSEK
As Di i.ii.-. 1 "i. rk
(Cireuil 1 'ourl Beftl 1
.11:1:1: v .\. i:ii:ns, Esci
9.1V citj Xallonnl Rank Buildlm;
j:. West Plnjjrler Street
Miami Mi. in li 33I3H
Telephone: 8T8-x."iii
Altni in \ for PetllInner
12 S-l."..22-2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11595
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Man iiki of:
I \ I'KRXA WILLIAMS. Wife,
I'.-lil...... 1
and
.1 A MRS WILLIAMS. Husband,
ReMiondent
T' .1 \.vli:s WILLIAMS
Mil ARE HERMBV N'oTIFIET)
thai n petition for Dissolution of your
Mai tiKe ims 1..... i'ii. menced in Ihls courl and ..u are re-
quired i.. MMv.- : i"op> ..1 your i rll
ti n il. 1. n~. -. If any. in ii ..ii 11 nl
Better allornej f"i Petll loni r, wlin
address 1- HH>3 Congiresii HldR Mi-
ami, I'ln.. and file ihe original with
thi clerk of Ihe above stj led "i......>
or before Jan 12, 1973; "ii ei wise B
.....Uli will !.' .'lil.r.il a::ninst yi.U
foi ihe ifl el pray. .1 rir in ihe 1 m
Ida in nr pelliion
This no lice shall he published once
. acli u -i; for four...........nt've v. eeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OIUDIAN.
w ITNE8S nn hand mid the -
of said courl ii' .''
dai of November, A 11 ''-7
Ihe undersigned, il.-nin-- i" enirair. Hubert II fjerslelll
in liusiness under the flclltious name Xv Kxeeuior
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PRC3ATE
No. 7'1-4257 Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate oi
IIY.VIAN II QERSTEIN
I......ii^ed
I'.. All Creditnrr and All Persons Hnv-
ins Claims ..1 11 ninnds Ainiltuo Said ,|H. j.,, ,. ,,,
Estali : i: 11 1 EATHERM \N.
You in.- herebj iiotltled nnl re. v Clerk. Clrcul Courl
:,iini.'.l to nreseiil imj .in in- nn.l lie- Bade Coui.n
Inlands vvlilch "ii in > attain 1 o, |( m KISSKE
Ihe eslale of IIYMAN II (JKRHT CIS A Dentil) Clerk
deceased lute Dade C0UI1I.V, 1 lor- ,,.jP..ujl Courl S. Il
Ida, lln "iutil.' In.'-. of I hub |ini,|,.| itci .. I'-.1
I County, and file Ihe sunn i;1 dunll- ioii.1 Conicresi Bldu
cnle iinil .1-- provided In Section 7.:: ... |.Morld'i
I It!. Florida Stntuti Ih" i' offices vii.th. \ for Pelltl.....-i
I in ih.- CountJ Courthouse In li 12 S-1S-22-2*
County. Florida, within six calendar--------_-
in..mils from tin 1 in. '"
iml.lii .mini hereof, ..1 il sum.- ..ill
Ih barred
Dated .11 Mimi, Plorblu Ihls I7ili

111 N.K
iilnm
I of JAVIER OF MIAMI 111 III vi. p|r, ,,,,1,1,...
2nd Av-. No. ". Miami. Fin biletids lh(, ,., ,,, ,., ,,, ,.,.,i.r. l!72
inter s.'i.l nil 111. v nb il.- 1 lerk |.....n );., ,].,
yt|- ARE HKKKOV NuTM'lEI -,, j, ,,,, | ,,:,,., County, f^Mve.". Kapln... P'-rler. l-v
thai an ac...... foi Dissolution id Mar 1-- ..,-i.l;._ Kenl"
this n. li
M-i.ti A
riaife has 1.....1 filed aitalusi you
> .11 1.....itulreil I" serve n copy ..'
. ..Hi v. rll I.-...........fc. ii nnj. lo i:
...1 IIA.NIEI. HETTRII. ntlorni f"
1 ......1. ivIiom address iu imis 1 "on.
tr. .- i In Miami. Floridi .
Iii,- lln- oril llllll ^^ '111 lln- I'll rk nl ihi
nliove styled courl on or before .Inn
12, 1973: "il" 1 is.- .1 defnull v. ii I"
entered anainsl you for Ihe relief lie
mini' il in tin 1 "iiinliiinl 11. il Ion
( noil nil 1.. publb bed onei
. .,. h v, foi '" II COIISI r -i r 1 iv. H .li-
THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
Ji ISi: ANflEI. II VPPARD
II 17-24 12 l-
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
XOTK'K IS HEREIN ISIVHN lhat
ENI'RKSSWAY TOYOTA. INC. de-
li l.u under ill-*
ri. 1 i 1 i .ii 1.11111. of i:ai.i.yi-: MOTORS,
vl", NW. Sevenlli Avenue, Mlnml,
. i-11.....is ......sister said nnm 1
,,. m ii,. ri, .:. ... tin 1 ir. nil Court, m
.....1 for 1 iinii 1 "ounly, Florida.
KXPRESSWAY TOYOTA, INC
I iv MARVIN r. vi'.i V
12 l-S-Ki-21
Alli.in. 1.1 KXI UtOI
' 11.". S W
' Miami. I'L.i nl-1
IN IHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5788
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RK Eslale nl
ISABEL M. Dl'NGAN
In iv ai ml
1 All Creditors nnd All Persons
IS I-S-1.-.-22
wii'.-'Ess in.v hand .....I Ihe senl nl "u Claims nr Demands Affnlnsl Snl
Id coin ti>i. Florida on Ih 1st:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No. 52-24322
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re Thi" Ma 1 l.u-.- .-I
IDALIA i'Ai:i A- III' ivlfi and
.111 v. nix iii i.m INi :i' CARCACH 1:.
Ihi
I da.v i.l lln
i: I' I EATHERM V N
1 null 1 '..in 1
ll.irli .....Ily, l-'!"i I 1
11) i! m KISSEK
A |l<. ml} i'i. rk
nil Courl Seall
IIAXIEI IIK' 'TKIi

! Vlli mi Pi
Altorm I for Pelil loin r
I- .'..-
I IN THE CO'iNTV .lUDQE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2766
In Re: Estale of
Al'.l: MIA u i> ASi "W
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and All Pi """- ""
I,. ,n :,.is Anainsl s il
11
are hi reb} 1 ntifl.....ml r. TO: Ji vi..i'l\ DOMINCO
CARCACHE
-.1
S.'lli l-'iilll. .-'". I ':.!.'"I nill IHI I"
you ARE HEREBY notified thai 11 nnimled
Pelltl..... I.....Uli "i Mm 1'iRc ii. in Ibe .Iii.
ami rile 1I1. line In itupll- has hei ualnsi you,
n',1 as provided in Se..... i an herd.} required 1..-..
Slntutes. In Iheir ofl --...... "ihe. pUadiii. iclio ..I 1 .1 1 "Uil nil;
umy Courthouse in Dade 1 ...in- j ihe l-eilil..... allornej ,
., in |,i,..-eiil nn. Illlms ami lb
nuinds w lin-li you in. y ha ie a
lale of ISABEL M DUNH \X.
. i| lute ..I Hull. foul IJ. Flor-
ida, |.i ihe '.'iiinv .lii'li'' s ..1 Dadi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PPOB TE
No. 72-4547
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In IIK 1-1 lie of
s v ;: CI. .1. KLEIN.
I- ise.l
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE O* FLORID*:
Tl VI I. PERSONS INTERI IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
v ,.ii are hereb} noilfled 1 lial H rll-
11 inn. nl purport 11 di i" hi Ihe
.I de-
hai bei n admitted i" probate
, ',,'.111. You .11 h. bj .111-
. aleiidnr in..mln
1 ihi mid -. -
1 j ..a no 11. i" 11 |i| .11 In -i"1
op} courl and slum causi ny you can,
id-
nil., r.
ItAI 'I iY Ilusbiind
|r: IIRADDY
link null 11
HEREBY NOTIFIED
for Dissolution nf Mar-. To All Credil
fill 1 nitnlnsi s nu n i"1 Ini 1 'Inim n
;f!n':x.;r^ ky":...- .,.......no* >;'-
Cain.' altornev r..r Pell- nulred to pr.-enl an) claims 111
nddr. S.W. mauds which you may have
Uaml, li.....In ni .1 HI. ih. uut^">.*, ,, 1'
uili the cleii. of Ihe I.....ased late ol Bade nunty,
Kin ..11 nr In I.-., li.....I-1. i" 'I" ''" I -1"'1''- '.''
defnull will be Counl). and filj Ihe -mn. 1 lUoHeal-
you ror Hi. relief de- nn 1 ns provlde.1 in Be. 1
omplnl.....1 n.iiii.'ii Florhhi SlnlUles, In in
hand and ihe senl the Count} four'1 "
.. Miami, Florid,..... iy, Floridi ..... '' '
' r,,, ihe i'i,' Irrt ri'
,,. imi wlU li
Bnlei.....Ml..... ""<}'}<< "'
da.v I Nov. n.....1. vi- 19,
ROSi: K vs"\v
,. 1111, \
r'lrsl I'liii alloii ol Ihi* '........ ""
Ihe -i '" > ,nl" '.'. ,,
VRONOVITB. Sll v Rll* WKVPH
Max R, Silver, 1.
A lorney for Executrix j
1 hIi Ru I Id I nit. Miami. Mn
iv' PuVriiin' wilhlii'sU cnlei..... ......lbs I I EPTEII ROtlERS, ESiJ wh<
.... ,1,. lime ... the flrsi pnl.ll 11 .h ^^ 17-h Avc.h,
,1 ..,- ihe -.in- "ill In barn I nun Florida 331: ., in ..... I"
I,. ,: at Mlnml. Florida, Ihls .'I Inal wllh Ihe Clerk 01 lln iih
. ... November. A D. II slyl......urt. in....... ; '''-.,.,l,v
II icrt B LnmaN ol ri limn >. 1973 01 11 I mull will in
\il:n.....iratot i-reil ninsl i<>u
l-ii-i |niblicni.->.n or iln- noil...... BATED Ihls 28 da> "' M
" ^WSSTeSJ
.. \ i"i f. iiio 1 1 !. ifcjtit)'!.
I M Duumin, il...i.-..l ^ >' K'B
. Illu. Miami, Fin S8I! I uii.-nn ourl .-
II u 1 1-8-15 ___
1 : 1 -
should
id unrevi
\ 1:1111 1: vv PRIMM
CotllllJ .1 ii.l"'-
It, 1 .us F I'.v.-i'i iRPIEI.D
1 i.-ii.
Edwin M lilnsburu. Ksiiuire. <
Kaplan I'orli r. Lev 11 ni .v.-
Kciiiii
, .
1.' 1 ." s v 1st St.
Miami. Florida SSIS"
I.-,,., iiuldii I01 Ilis in ni n
.,11 Hi. Isl da.v ol I 1 ninber, 197
12 1 -S-l:.-2!
733 IB.
.: ill
Dade ".-tin -
PATIIEIi.VI AN.
li.-.-ni' Court
Florldii
..V! KISSKE
Euty 1
m] 1
KAl.N'i
r. 1
211
loner
a -8-1.-.-22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fOR miitNGtR iMVlCf
fjtwtst: ttortafta/)
solicit.? your legn) notices
vVe appreciate your pu-
tronaye ond guarantee ac
curate service at ijeal
Dial 373-4605
Announcement
Because of heavy increases in all departments of
our operation, we have been forced lo make a modest
adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
effective Sept. 1. 1972 are $8.00 for one year's sub-
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M.xmi, Florida Friday, December 15, 1972
Film Brings Hitler's Last
10 Days To Life On Screen
By HERBERT G. LUFT
( 19TI Jewish Teleftraphlo Agent's-)
LONDON "Hitler: The Last
Ten Days" has been completed at
t!-e Shepperton Studios as an
; relish-Italian co-production, with
John Heyman acting as the British
barker, and Wolfgang Reinhardt
U the producer, and Ennio de
Condnl making his bow as the
director of his first English
language picture.
A fateful chapter in history is
brought to life on the screen, the
story of Hitler between his birth-
day party in a bunker deep under-
neath his burning Reichs chan-
cellery in Berlin on the 20th of
April, 1945, when the leader was
5o and his suicide ten days
la:-*r. April 30, when he shot him-
self after having married Eva
B:'-iun just a day earlier.
He still found the time to ex-
ecute his wife's brother-in-law;
have Hermann Goering arrested
f>r treason in Bavaria; confirm
Karl Gebhardt, Himmler's per-
Bonal doctor, as head of the Ger-
man Red Cross; order the liqui-
dation of a group of foreign dig-
nitaries; force small children to
defend to their death a Havel
bridgehead held by Hitler Youth,
an i flood the tunnels of the sub-
way though they were used by
the army as field hospitals.
All this and much more hap-
I>ened in those ten days when the
Fuehrer saw his Third Reich col-
lapse about him. His once vic-
torious armies were cut to pieces,
his air force destroyed, and his
link with the outside world was
reduced to radio communications.
Hitler ranted and raved like a
caged animal, yet he still was
obeyed by his generals and by
the SS elite guard and maintained
the fierce power to bring death
with one nod. The Hitler of 1945
was no longer the conqueror of
Europe. The attempt to assassi-
nate him had left him with a drag-
ging leg and a trembling left hand.
Wolfgang Reinhardt, oldest son
of the world-renowned showman
Max Reinhardt, asked me to come
to his apartment in Chelsea for
my Jewish Telegraphic Agency
interview.
A screen-writer who had worked
for 18 years in Hollywood the
author of scripts for William
Dieterle such as "Dr. Ehrlich's
Magic Bullet," starring Edward G.
Robinson, and "Juarez," starring
the late Paul Muni; collaborator
with John Huston on "Freud" and
many other filmsReinhardt was
inspired to do the Hitler picture
Temple Emanu-El Supper
Scheduled Sunday Night
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
5-ir.i-annual meeting and supper
S..iday night in the Friedland
SAmUtL N. FRIEDLAND
Ballroom of the Miami Beach con-
gregation, 1701 Washington Ave.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
ident, and Samuel N. Friedland,
chairman of the board, will re-
port on various synagogue projects
scheduled during the next six
month*, including the Scholarship
Ball of the Lehrman Day School
slated April 28.
Judge Frederick N. Barad.
chairman of the school board of
Temple Emanu-El. will give de-
tails of the expansion of the Lehr-
man Day School to include the
ninth grade. The additional classes
will be added for the 1973-74 aca-
demic year.
Plans for the 1973 forum and
breakfast series also will be an-
nounced at the brief business
meeting.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
the congregation for 29 years, will
discuss the outstanding success of
the enlarged youth activities pro-
gram. ____
WOMEN'S PLEA FOR SOVIET JEWRY
IB^
rovernor Askew Proclaims
I uman Rights Day In Florida
Section C
after reading Hugh Trevor-Roper's
account of the ten days. He had
also studied the eyewitness report
of Gerhardt Boldt, a 26-year-old
much-decorated Wehrmacht vet-
eran, who was in the Fuehrer's
bunker as adjutant to General
Krebs.
Reinhardt started to analyze
the personality of Hitler and dis-
covered that this awesome, power-
ful man was quite mediocre, a
clown with a Chaplin mustache
whom at first no one but his few-
disciples took seriously. There are
no profound sayings to survive
Hitler.
Regardless of our feelings about
dictators and conquerors, one must
admit that men like Napoleon and
Mussolini in their days left to pos-
terity quotations of universal
validity. Hitler was too unedu-
cated to enrich our vocabulary
with pointed remarks.
Reinhardt feels that he knew
how to arouse his people but that
what he said in his uniquely flam-
boyant style and hoarse voice made
no "common sense" but "common
nonsense". Yet, tens of millions of
good people throughout Europe
were killed because the voice of
Adolf Hitler cast a magic spell
over the Germans.
"I personally consider Hitler one
of the most overrated characters
in history," said Reinhardt, point-
ing to the Fuehrer's philosophical
ramblings that have been pre-
served word-for-word. "Our film
shows him as he was in reality,
a low-grade bourgeois with killer
instinct."
Photographed in the Shepperton
Studios, where "The Guns of
Navarone" was made 12 years ago,
"The Last Ten Days" required
only one set, the key bunker
spread over the huge "C" stage in
a faithful reproduction of the
original, which was made of steel-
leinforced concrete and in two
floors reach 50 feet below the
surface.
Sir Alec Guinness physically
became an unhappy schizophrenic
when identifying himself with the
tyrannical Hitler, who terrified
those around him even in defeat
and maddening chaos. Guinness
reflects the dull and often un-
responsive Fuehrer who erupts
into violent outbursts and orders
imaginary armies to large-scale
attacks while the Russians are
fighting above ground less than
a block from the bunker.
Doris Kunstmann essays the
part of Eva Braun. the capricious
young woman who was Hitler's
mistress before and during the
war. A well-known German stage
and television actress, Miss Kunst-
mann was criticized by the press
and public of her country for hav-
ing accepted the controversial
assignment. Reinhardt told us the
SOCIALITE
by ISABEL GROVE
.. .,. r
When Zena Welnlcle left her home last Friday morning, she
was prepared for a birthday weekend in Nassau with her hus-
band, Jerry. She did not suspect that the quiet weekend was a
decoy and that, thanks to Jerry, her birthday celebration would
literally run for miles as well as days.
Unbeknown to Zena. Jerry had chartered a specially deco-
rated Greyhound bus to take Zena. friends and relatives to Disney
World, where festivities for Zena reigned supreme. A luau, a gali
dinner dance, a fireworks display blasting a congratulatory mes-
sage all this and more was planned.
Among guests were their children: Carolyn and Merrill Lamb,
Linda and BUI Shenk, Louis and Steven.
Amidst the merry making, Zena was presented with her
official birthday gift a jaguar coat and the keys to what else
but a yellow Jaguar convertible!!!!
Cr -Cr ic
"Trick or Treating; for UNICEF," students of the Beth Am
Religious School raised exactly $816.02, which was sent to the
U.S. Committee for UNICEF by Mrs. Norman Hill, chairman,
South Dade County Trick or Treat for UNICEF. The Beth Am
nursery, kindergarten and primary school also participated and
those tiny tots collected $170.71. The young people in the Beth
Am Religious School and the Primary School have a tradition
to continue for the past five years, they have turned in the
largest contribution to UNICEF in Dade County. Mrs. Jean
Gillis and Mrs. Sim Lesser supervised the program.
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New grandmother in town is Mori Fraemon, volunteer PR
liaison for the Israeli government, who had a brief telegram
from daughter Andrea (Edna) and husband Dov Weinberger in
Israel that they had a son and the bris was Nov. 22,. Economy of
words eliminated the young man's name but in no way dimin-
ished the happiness he brought. The baby's father, a Sabra. is
an attorney. Paternal grandmother is Augusta Weinberg, a mem-
ber of the Rothschild family.
& & The Spinoza Forum for Adult Education founded in 1935 by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who at 91 is still directing it every Thurs-
day morning in the Auditorium of the Washington Federal Bank
at 1234 Washington Ave., paused last week in its philosophical
and cultural discussions to purchase $15,000 worth of Israel
Bonds. Popular humorist, Emil Cohen, was the master of cere-
monies. The audience was pleasantly surprised by the unex-
pected visit of Leo Rasten, noted political writer, and author of
many books including two large volumes, "The Joys of Yiddish"
and "Yiddish Quotations." Mr. Rosten, whose mother attends
the Spinoza Forum every Thursday, delighted the audience with
a colorful and amusing talk.
S- # 9-
The traditional Friday night dinner held at the Israelite
Center Temple on Dec. 1 was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. HymaiL
Kirsner, both active in many phases of the synagogue's activi-
ties. The Temple Sisterhood was in charge of the culinary ar-
rangements under the guidance of Mrs. Chester Leited and Mrs.
Louis Sonsky. Chester Letter serves as president of the congre-
gation, and Rabbi Paul J. Bender is spiritual leader. Cantor Na-
than Piirnass presented a Chanukah program.
With tennis becoming the "in" gam? to play these days,
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami held a Blind Draw Mixed
Doubles Tennis Tournament covering two Sundays, Nov. 26 ar.l
Dec. 3. Winners by one game were Sandra Goldberg; and Irvvm
Dillman followed closely by runners up Jane Costello and Allan
Letter. The final Sunday of play was followed by a Bar-B-Que
lunch for all Y tennis players. The YMHA Tennis Committee is
chaired by Dr. Leonard Goldberg who brought this tourament
idea to the T tennis program with the first blind draw toura-
ment held this past summer.
The annual mens A and B Singles and Doubles Tournaments
are now being planned and will take place sometime in March
For membership and tennis information contact the 'Y's Health
and Physical Education Department._______________________
Reubin Askew proclaimed
Rights Day in Florida as
of the Women's Plea for
W Rights for Soviet Jewish
wners of Conscience held a
conference in the Dupont
*a Hotel Tuesday.
limilar proclamations signed by
7;ors John Orr, Chuck Hall and
n Kennedy also were displayed
tie session called by representa-
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Ration, Hadassah. Mizrachi
(he American Jewish Congress.
p- Crut<*er Harrison, a mem-
|of the Dade County School
reported on her trip to Si-
nonth and endorsed the
pal for Soviet Jewry.
pence were Metro Com-
verly Phillips and
liller, another school
Mrs. Irving Wexler. chairman of
the women's division of Federa-
tion, presided at the session called
to dramatize the plight of the es-
timated 3 million Jews remaining
in the Soviet Union.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, representing
Mizrachi Women, urged support
of the Jackson Amendment limit-
ing American aid to the USSR
until Russian Jews are either
granted freedom from religious op-
pression or are allowed to leave
the country.
Representatives of the South
Florida and Greater Miami Coun-
cils of Catholic Women and ot the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews' Women's Division took
part in the meeting, pledging their
support for Soviet Jewry.
newspapers labeled her "mad and |" -,-. r _,
caiious" for having disgraced the f for j|,0$e who Wont To Travel in Gooo company
past. I
Simon Ward, the brilliant Brit-
ish actor, fresh from his triumph
in the title role of "Young Win-
ston." appears as Hoffman, the
young officer who comes to the
bunker to reiwrt to General Krebs
(Adolfo Celi) on the hopeless sit-
uation. Reinhardt tells me that he
is actually Gerhard Boldt. who
went through similar yet less
heroic exploits.
Reinhardt revealed that the
trappings of his picture are not
nearly as important to him as the
truth he wishes to bring before
the world. To him the German
generals and civilian leaders were
just as guilty as Hitler: They fol-
lowed his orders to the end!
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Happenings
|r:i (Babe) Hiitllortl reports
!! ..,,,ii stakes winner Floor
.!, k in training and u ill
for .' return to compe-
iith the opening of the Hta-
jeah mi ling, Jan. 17 through
I | Sporting the silks of
Mi)] River Stable of -Mrs.
jitM-phlne Hanford Bryce, Floor
- defeated Halo and King's
In i in' Lamplight t over
the main trark at Monmouth
Park for his fourth victory in
starts this Mason. He
(he mile and a sixteenth
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held in Dade County. The
830.000 Saga Bay Tennis Classic,
featuring 32 top professionals,
"ill he held Jan. 17 L'l al the
University of Miami tennis
stadium.
Miami attorney Stuart \V.
V.tttim. has Ixvn appointed Hon-
CotMUl of Norway for
Southeast Florida l>y UK Mj-
iMtj khiu' our \' of Norway,
according to the Norwegian Con-
sulate General in New Orleans,
Obtein Bt-rjrh, who has served
as vice camal in Miami for the
j\i>t two years, will continue to
carry on the business adminis-
t: at ion of the consul's office in
this area, the lion. Finn Madara,
consul general, disclosed. A
ler member and past presi-
d< nt o! the Orange Howl Com-
mittee, Mr. Patton is a mem-
b r of the iward of trustees of
the University of Miami, a di-
roctor of Delta Air Lines. Inc..
Si i Broadcasting Company.
United National Rank of Miami.
and Troplgas of Florida. Inc.
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lo of Kendall will have show-
- at tiv Kings Bay Xacht
and Country Club during sue-
c, *>ivc months. Mrs. Konopisos
i* exhibiting her paintings in
ntvr: her husband's show-
iitL. is set for January.
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The United CerebrHl Palsy
Association of Miami will con-
dut its annual house-to-house
/ind ratoinR march on Jan. 6
and 7. according to Jack
>, hillinuer, chairman of all fund
raising projects for the UCP
Association. Some S.000 volun-
teer marchers are expected to
participate
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\letro|H)litan Dade County
Manager Ray Goe*Ie will be
guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of the Miami Shores
Chamber of Commerce Friday
nn at the Miami Shores Coun-
ts Club, 10000 Biscaync Blvd..
Miami Shores.
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Saga Development Corp. will
open the 1973 World Champion-
ship of Tennis tour with the
richest net tournament ever
i More than ioo professionals
in law enforcement and com-
munity service agencies through-
out the I". S. attended a Na-
tional Institute on Humanity lie-
source Development in police
organizaions this week at the
Marco Polo Hotel. The Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews and University of
Miami were among the spon-
sors..
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The appointment of the Heart
Sunday chairman Mrs. k. II.
(Mlnil) Hammond. Jr., has been
announced by Joe Babbie, gen-
! era! campaign chairman of tin-
Heart Association of Greater
Miami. She will direct sonic 10.-
; 0C0 Dade County volunteers in
| the annual Heart Fund neighbor-
hood canvass beginning Feb. 20
and culminating on 'Heart Sun-
day." Fob, 25.
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'Hie Cultural Committee of
the Citj of North Miami Beach,
in Cooperation with William
Lehman Buick, will present the
Senior Symphony Orchestra of
Miami Monday at 8 p.m. in
North Miami Beach City Hall.
17011 NK 19th Ave. Conductor
of the symphony is Laurence
Siege] whose wife, Lux Morales.
appears as guest soloist.
Biggie N'l-viiis, program man-
ager of WIOD, received a "pro-
fessional excellence award" at
the recent seventh annual Ra-
dio Program Conference held
in San Frartcieo. He was one
of 22 radio station executives
named in nationwide competition
open to personnel from 6.764
stations.
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The David Yell in Hebrew
Teachers College of Jerusalem
is compiling a list of its alumni.
The college will celebrate its
GOth anniversary in 1974. Alumni
desiring to receive bulletins and
Other news are asked to write
the college's public relations of-
fice in Jerusalem.
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The Bar. vld T. Basates of
the First I'nited Methodist
Church of Coral Gables, who
recently returned from an ex-
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the pulpit with RSbM Morrh A.
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Mrs. Joseph Bulbin of Miami was
I recently elected president of the
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Sisterhoods, the regional affiliate
1 of the national organization of
' Reform Temple women's groups.
Mrs. Bulbin is also a member of
the board of the National Federa-
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>in serves as chairman of the na-
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as a member of the constitutional
r> visions committee,
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Minneapolis, Minn.; her husband
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Harriet studied drama, speaks I
and reads Hebrew well, and be-1
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Friday, December 15, 1972
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Violinist To Be Presented
In Recital At Beth Sholom
:\'\ violinist. Pinchas Zuker- Rubinstein Foundation, and in
rr.iin. 24, who made his Miami May. 1967, he won the Leventritt
It in February of 1969 on Beth > Award.
Two more events in the Great
Artists Series are scheduled. The .
first, on Feb. 11. will feature Met-
ropolitan Opera tenor Richard
Tucker, in an appearance with the
Greater Miami Philharmonic un-
der the baton of Alain Lombard.
In the second. April 14, Miriam
Fried, another young Israeli vio-
linist, will appear at Beth Sholom.
Single tickets are available as .
well as a subscription for all three
concerts at Temple Beth Sholom.
Allegro Music House. Coral Gables.
and the Miami Beach Radio Co.
_________^_^^ _____^_
Late Chanukah
Celebration For
Roney BBW
The B'nai B'rith Women's Chap-
ter of the Roney Plaza will hold
a belated Chanukah celebration
Tuesday, at 1 p.m. in the social
hall of the Roney.
Patricia Gayle, songstress and
accordionist, will entertain, and
Mrs. Jennie Appelrouth, chairman
of adult education, will conduct a
candlelight ceremony.
All contributions will be used to
furnish the new wing of the B'nai
B'rith Children's Home for Dis-
turbed youngsters in Israel.
Gertrude Kasdon is chapter
president.
Panel Discussion Set
On 'Health For AH'
The Greater Miami Chapter,
American Natural Hygiene So-
ciety, has slated a panel discussion
cm "Health for AH" Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of
Washington Federal, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.
Panelists will include Robert
Bordin and Shirley Green, both
past presidents of the chapter, and
Myrtle Mutera, chapter vice pres-
ident.
PINCHAS ZUKEtMAN
Sholom's Great Artists Scries, will
appear again in recital Sunday
evening, Jan. 7, in the Temple
auditorium, according to an an- 1
nouncement by Judy Drucker. !
Chairman of the Temple's series.
Born in Israel. Mr. Zukerman
began study of the violin with his !
lather at the age of seven and a \
year later enrolled at the Israel
Conservatory and the Academy of
Music in Tel Aviv. His talent was i
immediately recognized, and he i
Was given a scholarship from the j
America LSI ael Cultural Founda-
tion, for further study at these
two institutions.
In 1961. Isaac Stern and Pablo
Ca is, who were appearing at the '
Festival of -Music in Israel, j
heard him and recommended ad-
vanced studies in the United
He ent. red Juilliard with
t .. Foundation's continue! assist-
ant! with the renowned [van
Galamian as his teacher. Further ;
scholarships were awarded him by
the Juilliard School and the Helena
Teachers' Council
Holds First Seminar
'Family Tensions and Their
Effect on the Pre-School Child"
was the theme of the first seminar
of the In-Service Professional
Growth program of the Council of
Jewish Congregational Pre-School
Teachers, an affiliate of the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, this week.
Psychologist Dr. Allen Rutchik.
a director of United Synagogue for
ten years, led the discussion which
centered around such issues as
divorce, intermarriage, sickness,
death and sibling rivalries and
their effect on the personality of
the pre-school child.
Mrs. Saul Penick. director of the
Early Childhood Program of
Temple Or Olom, is president of
the Council of Pre-School Teach-
ers, which is composed of the
teachers of the synagogue and day
school pre-school classes. Under
the aegis of the Institute of Jewish
Studies, the Council conducts a
| series of seminars and a one-day
i institute each year.
In February' the seminar topic
i will be "Enhancing the Self-
' Concept of the Child." and in
'March it will be "Developing Pos-
' itive Jewish Identity Through the
I Pre-School Program."
The one-day institute will con-
\ sider the theories of the famous
i Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget
: and their implications for the
' young child.
Miami Beach City Officials
Dedicate 'Liebman Square'
Mayor Chuck Hall, members of
the City Council, the City Man-
ager and other officials were on
hand for the brief ceremony when
the City of Miami Beach dedicated
Henry Liebman Square at the site,
41st Street and Pine Tree Drive,
this wee!:. A bronze plaque in-
scrlbed with the new name of the
square was unveil* d
The Square, which includes
flower gardens and a fountain.
was naive-; by the City Council
after the lati Henry Liebman, who
for many years headed the
Citizens St n l< e Bureau.
ISRAEL ?
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking Mm 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of hansel, has been pra.
pared for tits and other member paper* of tha
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart
merit of Education and Culture of the American
Section of Vie World Zionist Organization.
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1. What is the name of the individual appointed by the U N.
as the mediator between Israel and the Arab nations?
2. What is Israel's equivalent to the Red Cross organiza^io.-.?
3. What is the official second language in Israel?
1 What are the two main divisions of the school systerr. in
Israel?
5. Who was the first President of the Hebrew University?
6. Where are the Dead Sea Scrolls housed in Israel?
7. What is the name of Israel's memorial for the victim! cf
the Nazi holocaust?
8. What is the name of Israel's school of engineering and
technology?
9. Name two universities in Israel other than the Hebrew
University.
10. What is the name of the international organization which
in the pre-state period acted on behalf of the Jewish
people in matters related to Palestine? ................
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Israel. Six questions answered correctly is pa-Unt; C he k the
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Cancer Unit Luncheon
Bal Bay Surf I'nit, Woman's
Corps of Papanicolaou Cancer Re-
st-arch Institute, has slated its
annual fund raising luncheon for
Thursday, Dec. 21, at noon in the
Dora! Beach Hotel Starlight Hoof.
The afternoon will feature a
fashion show by Abererombie and
Fitch and strolling musicians.
Luncheon committee members gathered at
a brunch in the Algiers Hotel last week to
finalize plans for the Thursday, Dec. 21,
Woman of the Year luncheon honoring Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky sponsored by the
American Friends of the Hebrew University
in the Fontainebleau Hotel. From left to
right are Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Inez Krensky,
Mrs. David Ponve, Mrs. Jacob Katzmcm, Mrs.
Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman, and Mrs.
Frances Beckerman.
Israel Festival To Be Expanded Next Summer
The Israel Festival of Music,
Dance and Drama, which annually
t. ir.ps internationally known per-
il, mers to Israel, will offer an
[pukled program in honor of
Israel's 25th Anniversary- The
festival will be held from July 16
li Aug. 25, 1973.
Daniel Barenboim, celebrated
t li concert pianist and con-
rluctor, who is acting as the Fes-
tival's musical advisor, said that
, grama Will be held in Jerusa-
Tel Aviv, in the Roman
; -phitheater at Caesarea, and at
dir.er locations throughout the
ntry.
Featured among the performers
.. I be such famous artists as
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Friday, Derer/ier 15, 1972
Ra\es For Howard Keel
In 4Man Of La Mant-lia'
Allen Herman Hall Being Dedicated At Temple Zion
.'tM-:. ,-ui'i screen star Howai i
K i. who opened up thi new Co-
< .1 irove Playhoufe with unani-
mous !:i\>> review \ for his last
minute take-over of the tarrinfl
i' in "Man <>f La Mancha." will
I soci! at ihe Playhouse through
S day, Decembei 24. ALso star-
ring i- exotic Marion Marlowe in
i':< role of Aldonza.
Principal parti are also played
by Louis Criscuolo. Dean Ditt-
nann. Jav Stuart. David Holland.
Sharlie Stuart, Zal<- Keasler, Re-
nat< Cibelii and Maxsrot Cole-
nan. The company is directed by
Rudy Tronto. who was responsible
for six other tonrins productions
of "Man of La Mancha."
'Man ol I.a Mandia" was taken,
from the original works of Miguel
de Coi-vante* about Don Quixote
by Dale Was.sennan. The show
Opened on Nov. 22. 19(!5 with an]
unknown cast. The morning after,
its premiere, showered with so-l
l>erlative reviews, it was suddenly;
the hoMest ticket in town.
'Die show won nil the major the-
Btra award! for the season, being.i
nampd Beat Musical by the X.Y.
Drama Critics Circle, the Outer)
Circle, the Variety Poll and Satur- .
day Review.
Mr. Iveel has starred in count- '
l -~ Broadwaj show- and musical
tion pictures. On Broadway, he
is most famous for hi- ;> irtrayal oi
Curley in "Oklahoma," followed
bj "Ct ousel," and "Show Boat."
His memorable screen perform-
ances Include "Annie Gat Your
Gun." "Ki-- Me Kate'' "Kismet."
"Rose Marie." "Show Boat." "Ca-
lamity Jane" and "Seven Brides
for Seven Brothers." "Ride. Va-
nuero." "Armored Command." ami
the highly dramatic "The Big
Fisherman" in which he played
Simon Peter.
Miss Marlowe wa< the original
Klsa in the Broadway production!
of "Sound of Music." and later
followed Joan Diencr as Aldon/a
in "Man of I.a Mancha." playing
the part on Broadway for a year
and then in the national company i
for -i\ months.
TV viewers know her from five
year- on Arthur Godfrey's Show
and numerous times on Kd Sulli-,
van. Mike Douglas. Jack Paar and
Perry Conm Shows. For the past
year she was in "Follies" on Broad-,
way and has had two command j
perfoitraanoes in England.
Tickets for most performances j
are still available, hut theatre-
goers should call the box office at
their earliest convenience.
MIzrachi Chapters Meeting Next Week
Dvorah Chapter of Mizrachi
Women are saluting "Mothers-in-
Israel" at their gala meeting Mon-
day at 2 p.m. in the mezzaine card
room of the Roney Plaza apart-
ments according to the presidium.
Beatrice Fuchs and Fannie Berg
The All t, Bcrman Hall will be
ite I dui Ing !-'i Idaj evening
,,t Temple Hon. 8000 Mil-
ler R ;
A plaque "ill be unveiled in
i j ol the late Mr Bet .nan
who was a founder of the Hi-
Grade Food Company
The hall serves both as a social
hall and a saiielui'iy extension.
Members ol the family donating
the hall and participating in the
ceremony ill Include Mrs. Sylvia
Berman, widow of Allen Barman,
their daughter, Rhoda, and her
husband. Morris Levitt, and their
children Michele. Allan and Erica..
The family will also sponsor the
One-- Shabbat
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will i
make the dedicatory presentation
and Cantor Errol Helfman will
chant the liturgy.
I
Guests at Temple Zion's Men's;
Club meeting in the social hall j
Sunday will l>e girls being helued
under the Drug Rehabilitation pro-
gram of Genesis House according
Heart Association
Hosting Seminar
Some 500 physicians and nurses,
many from out of the state, are
attending the Heart Association of
Greater Miami's Twelfth Biennial
Cardiovascular Seminar this week
at the Dora! Beach Hotel, accord-
ing to Marvin L. Meitus. M.D.
seminar chairman. The topic is
"Complications of Myocardial In-
farction" iheart attack*.
to Sti S icks, presi i nt of
Mi- Stephanie Hlrsch of Gen-
sis H mse w II -.. ,
the 9 a.m. roe Una! rhich i
i be ox I
Examining the qlaque for the Allen Berman Hall to be dedi-
sated at Temple Zion Friday night are Cantor Errol Helfman.
deft) Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Mr and Mrs. Morris D.
Levitt.
DECK THE HALLS
WITH BOUGHS of HOLLY
ALSO
Israel Merchant Fleet
Asks For Seamen, Officers
The Israel Maritime League has
issued a call for volunteers to join
the Israel Merchant Marine. Ac-
costing to Zadok Kshkel, secre-
tary general, the Israeli merchant j
fleet needs young people, aged 18 i
to 28, to serve as deck officers, i
radio officers and engine room
officers.
Development plans for the mer-
chant fleet call for a large in-
crease in Ixith tonnage and the
number ol ships, with a resultant
greater need for officers and sea- j
men. Mr. Eshk"l said* Applicants
should write the Israel Maritime
League, P.O. Box 706, Haifa.
Israel.
Hostesses will be Sally Ptachik
and Claire Goldstein. A dramatic
Israeli film. "Side By Side" will
be shown, relating Mizrachi Wom-
en's work to the larger pioneering
effort of building Israel.
Fannie Goldberg, president of .- -,. ,, ,
Raanana Chapter of MIzrachi Mystery INlght Set
Women announces that its new-
meeting place is Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute. 7801 Carlyle
Ave. At 12:30 p.m. Wednesday,
the chapter will celebrate Chan-
ukah in its new home.
Seminal Committee includes Dr.
Thomas J. NotO, cochairman; and
DM, Arthur J. Gosselin. Jim C.
Hirschman, and Neil S. Schneider.
The Sisterhood of Temple Adath |
Wshurun has planned a "mystery" |
audience participation night for
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Coehairmen j
of the evening are Mrs. Claim- j
Skup and Nehla Golden.
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Friday, December 15, 1972
+Jenl Page 7-C
MB Hadassah Groups
Observe Founders Day
The Miami Beat* Chapter ol program. Mrs. Tlllic Mardei
ii.,,i:1.s:'!i has mncd a board I HMO chairman.
Mondav atjftjji.rn. at
. Hoti :. Sirs. Emami
.lie .-
\i, :.i/ nil] comlucl the agenda, ai
10 at the Algiers Hotel,
imak will review "The
Franz Joseph.
grou a will observe
. Daj t HMO i durin th
k- uii the following
Rot Hot ] 1 uesda) ;u noon. En-
ii 11.-li'ii'i'-ni will offered. Mrs.
.tithuute ftrwtip was to meet at Hi nri tl i Fine "ill presi le.
no Thur.dn> al the Fontaine- Porte Towers Group will
Coffee, Conversation
A "Coffee, Culture and Conver-
sation" program at Temple Beth
Sholom on Sunday al 10:.',0 a.m. ;
"ill Feature Mortimer May. former:
i resident of the Zionist Organiza-
lion of America, who will speak
ls on A Tourist Peep Behind the
Iron Curtain." The program, open
Sophie Ju.-ker _<.ioui>,.\viI1.-*i1*,im the public, is sponsored by the-
serve Founder'^ Daj with a lunch- Beth Sholom Brotherhood,
on ai ; card parly al noon Tins- ;
day al Washington Federal, 167th o^LUn* u* eu..'./".*
St!, Norm Miami Bea h. Mr*. Rose Beach,teS Host Show S Cast
. | preside. Miami Beachites took the cast
,. .... .,, oi "From Israel With Love".
I'.mimi Lazuraus (ritiiii will cele- i .
, ,. ,. ,' ,. ... which is poriormme, al the Beach
ii ate lei l)a\ at the r.d' n .... ,
Scrvice For Herman Shaw
Conducted Al Ner Tamid
Service were conducted at
Temple Ner Tamid Sundaj for
Herman L. Shaw, 70, ol !_'o Col-
Theatre through the season, into
their hearts and homes early this
month. Inviting them to many of
the annual C'hanukah parties.
rhursda) al the Fontaine- Forte Tower, Group will cele- singer David DardashJ served as
,,, u Hotel with Mayor Chuck; brat* Founders Day Wednesda> .,,., ,,.,. rturing services at
H IPs' speakei for the an- noon n( the Eden Roc Hotel. A Temple Beth Sholom.
nual champagne luncheon. Mrs. luncheon and musical show will
Tl e Schwartz and Mm. Murray highlight the affair, kabelle H, l-
Introducin? a musical pro- ;..,. .,,.,. Sadye Padden, assisted by
gram, and Mrs. Shhlej Kaine of- ,i,.:i Rosenb rg, will be hi charge
ng. of the program Jennie Gittleman
Royal Maeaabee* Group will will he chairman of the day.
me. t Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Triton Tower- will observe
Financial Federal, 755 Washing- Founders Da} Tuesday at the Al- WJerviees Held For
.\\e. Theme of the meetii ,, Hotel. Katharine Ru-scll will
bituan'CB
In later became Involved in The
oil business finan e, men's cloth-
Ins and cignret filtei -
Mr. Shaw, a founder ol Temple
Emanii-1 I. New ton. Mass. and
Mount Sinai Medical Center, Mia id
Beach, was a member of the Pr a -
dent-' Club, Freedom Lodge, B'nal
B'rith, a 32nd degree Mason and
a Shriner. He endowed a chair at
the Jew Ish rheological Sem nary
i! America, and was a trust.....>?
the Jewish Memorial Hospital in
Beaton and a Fellow of Brandeis
University.
Mr. Shaw was named Temple
N'er Tamid Man ol the Year in
19*ii;. and was the recipient of the
temple's Humanitarian Award
and Ycshiva University's Heritage
Award.
Survivors include his wife, Sar-
ah; two son. Robert, o! Peabody,
Mass., and Graham, who lives in
Si ain; a brother, .lark, and sister,
Hannah Shaw. Doth of Miami
Beach; seven crrafdchiMren and
one great-grandi hild.
ui
folk
er dolin quaitel accomnnnied by Aida Among his 10 books were thro
H !;- nh willlie Kuost speaker. Vaslo ai the piano. Mis. Bess Fine nnthologioi ol translations ol He-
: Rat v. baritone, will entertain, < MMO cheirmai '";"' l""',v'- "" al?0 collaborated
u-iih nil .:. ic favorites. Mrs. Rose i. r. lioodninn Group will meet with musicologist Hans Nathan
Kraxir* i- the HMO chairman. yVednvsdn) evening at the Finan- the publication ol Hebrew fi
Shiilomq Group will meel al the Fedc'al 8th St, and Washing- songs.
- Hotel Twsctej noon In ton Ave. Miss Milan Goodman is B1ALECK, .,,.,.,. lis. f ,.,.., xv...
obervance oi Founders Day, airc. president. X\. .....iimi iiitc-incm mi. Sinai
nn Fast, nast president nl |Mruell Group wi'l meet at the blecker. i:..-. ..fHoityu.....i
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-, Algiers Hotel Thursday. Dec, 21, eoelstein. Lena, fits, of isn Jrim
ah v\1H be guest speaker. Mi*. :,t ,,,,., for the annual Founder- \v,. rjordon.
iiis-.ih vnll be guest speaker, mi*. ,,i Ml>.ei for the annual rommei- a v.. nnrtinn.
d. i. n i wi i,..i. r,-.,, .. .. ti~...;..;.. r-.,, I.. .,,. FRANKEL. i li.iil.s, RK, nf Miami
Sylvia Ross and Miss Judy Kam.n- Day Luncheon, Pati eia Gayle, nc- ,...h Riverside i,,,,,-,,,,.,,, Btnr
k\ wi!i entertain with a musical ....,-,ii. i-t will entertain. Mrs. Es- i navM
,her Meyer will preside.
Fascell Aids Soviet Jews
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-253J1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
11 AS"DA CHROXOWRKI.
r Mtiitrr.
v-.
Ritt*K l.uisi: CHlMXOW8KI.
|i. f, -nd.-iiil.
VU\ ROgK I "I -ISI-; III!'N'1W
ski i.si.Kii, tint s.-.ii Ijike i:.'.ei.
IViillac, Michigan, an- retltllred IA fill
ui answer the complaint to lm-
-- ., contractive irust mon the fol-
. el,-, i it,,-,I |in>i>eriy. i> wll:
mm\ '-three iimi nlsiy-four
.. mi block "O" Coral Terrace.
Ill, -ann' helne a sol->livisi..n ol
|.al ..fit,. S.iiit'.-li.ill o( Hi.- KOUth-
Im i of occtlon ti townrttln fifty-
i"iii i".4i > mil of roni forlj i i"i
incordinK 10 the |>lnl Ihere-
....ri.,1 in |ilnl i.....i. it "
.. .7--A ,,f ill,- pul'lle riH-nnla
I '.I'l.' I 'mUii'V. Plorl'tO.
HiTTNER. Murmy, T6, Miami
Reach. Itlvernlde
SIMMONS. Maurice I-".. 4*. nf Xorth
Miami 11. aril. l;i\, r-nl.
walker. Samuel, 75, >< Xorth
Miami. Rlveialde
Congressman Dante tasceu nos BROWNi .j.,,.,,1, ; ,,, (>;,.,, \|.; i--,n,
..lined n\oi. ll-an 50 Other mem- si niaHlwv.
hers of the lions,. signing a M^W^njr*
letter to President Nixon askln-J jacobs. Jean.:. of n. rhe Soviet Uni'ii to either ease p. ^-'^i^,, ,. .., ,.,, ,
strietlorw <>n Jews or to nermu Riverside.
them 'o leave the USSR. Hl ae- benjamin, Samu.i. ex. of North
p.f S0.10 Main
.. i ;. 11, nf ili.- abo\
OH) III. -r. if II
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a irv. lvT:i. otherxi i^p ludB
iuli v. Ill Ik' taken nmilm-i
ill.- relief it ma ml) 'I l
I: \ i:ss mi I.amI anil ihe > al '
i ,.i, Oils l'-'iii day ui Decent-
: || l KATHKRMAN
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NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
. IH KIHIKIlY niVKX thai
iitm a il. .-n-iiii: in enirapi i'1
_ !. ili,' in mi.ui- iiaiin "'
||.;. ni l7 X.E 7Ptli Sir.-.i.
,i,i,,.i to reg-later ialil
ii |, ,1, of Hie !.-mi
r iunt> Florida.
IN SHKl.Tti, JR.
IPKKliM AN
La n....:.lit
A \ t llllf
JNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR
)UNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE
o. 7?-uOS1
TO CREDITORS
bf
II ,i mi Pi oiii Ha
11, in:,mis AKttlnal Said
otlfied and i
luimH .'!||'
tlon was taken In association ith
Hmivn Ui.dits Week.
LEGAL NOTICE
i~THE-COUNTY-JUDGE,S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-6183
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Rslnte ."'
it iai.i.i:'! .
rti'.eaBi .1
To Alt ri-.ilin.i- and All ivraoiin
II,,- Inii Claim* or I >i manii
\isainxl Said K-i>}
Vou an h.-r.-li} notlfl.d mj'' r.-..uhd
,,. ,.,------- ..... chiinu and UemaiulH
u|d.-h vou ma) have aiciiiiiMl tin
, SAMl'KI. H TAI.I.BV '-'"X
. |,,,i,. County. Kloritln. m Ihe
.. Judees .a Iktd. Coin U
fit.! ih, nn dui.ll; ne J" '', '," '
1,1, i in s-i-tl'Mi -" I". Plrldii Btm-
t, I Una ff.....* '" "",
UI ....... I'-'' '""'J" '"':'
nllhin d> iil.ndiii nv h fi
,lme of ih- flr-l ,.uhli.alloii hereof, ol
Hi.. -:..11 will '' haired
,i :,, Miami, Kloridn _tlil 12th
I i-. .a I'ei nth. I' '','.',;
Ai .i i.-i.i-i-i A- Executor
Kii-i puhllcai ....... lid" ""'" ""
;ih .1... I'- Itioer, I -
BliWIX M rilXSI'.IRtl ,I.-V'"' '"
MY KltS l< M'l v"-"- ''"K IK
i KVIXSi IX & KRXIX
-, loriie. for f.v.'i ulor
Sull. 11."" J5 "' l''"-' s"" '
Miami, I'lm Ida SSian ............. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 72-25257
IN UK: Aii mtlon hs
HKIMIKItT KAXTl.U.I. \^ l*-Il
p. liiioiit-r _
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
l, |i IK H'AI.KKK
ItoUli 3
v..r,'Ai;i: hkrkuv .nj.'T''-',;;,1,;
"..V'^me,:::'lin";;.;,;:.,'v.,ii
Mnimi Reach. Rlveralili
BERG. PeK.v I-: i.f Miami Reach.
Rlvi -ill.
BLINDERMAN. CharleK. R7, nf 2*5
XE U'lsi Si Oordon. liUcrm.nl
Ml. Xoho
HERMAN. Hurry. 71. Hallandale
Rlai bera
JACOBSON, David, ^7. ..f Xe Vorfc
i;....Lm.
LUSTIG. Fred, s". "f Miami Reach
l:i\ eralde.
PROBER. MnriiK K7. of Miami Reach
Uivcrsldc.
SHAFFERMAN. Atl.crl, I'l. of .Miami
Reach l.viii
weinstein, violly. nn. ui nan inh
S. i Inrdon,
WOLLMAN. Alllll lllvcl -nl.
ARGINTEANU. Remhardt. of ^-".
\V' I sh I Hill I ill Ai Un --.'Ii
BECKER. Harriet, 4B. ..f Oolden
Reach. Newman.
BRENN'AN I'-llli.k. IX. of I SHU XK
11 lili St. Rlindii ik.
CUTLER. Ida, K5, of I2ii Colllna Ave.
Kh-i i Idi
BALYES. Harry. 71. of llallandah
Ith-i i -i.i.
FRANK. Xulhitn I Nut l 74. of liny
H.iii.i.r Itlvcrxidc.
FAUER. Maurice, ."::. Xorth Miami
I tench l.evlll
SCHUYLER. I >.m. II. S3, nl Mi-Hi -
u.....I. KiverHidi Inu-rmenl .Mi
Xcho.
BURDEN. Nai H *2. of 14:tl Oi-i an
l.r. X.-vvman
feldman. Mike. 71, of 2it XK 5th
Si ilordon.
GOTLIEB. \, I.-.m. 5S, .a llinan MY
|nili i" l.evlll
KOLL. Iiiira, s, ol Xorth Ray
Villa ir. Illvei-Hlde.
KURTZ. Allan. S5. of Hllllllllllnll
LUXENBERG. -l-.-.-i. I, of 3120
i mIImi:- Ave. Xcwmiiu Inlerment
Mi X.l.o.
pasouaRELlo. Miriam, .2, ol
!l nl. .... Itlvi r-nl.
R3TH, Sheldon, r.3. of ma."1 NW
linh Ct. l.evlll
1 ALLEY. Samuel. 7a. o" 1421 SH
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WEISS. Ka.ve, 17, < ~-'s XK li.i'i
SI. Levlll .
LEDGETT. .I.nn.- H S3, ll H2 "I
line. Ave Rlverwlde
SILVERMAN. Irving. !' of -M
ih Ave Rlvei>ld
.."any cl^m- and ^^'Jr.^." re^..ri ^^L.*. *.f Laud...-
.....'lorldn. to the '' -:^ |i1mi(. for l >.i........ u ,.,.,,,.1,. Kivernlde.
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klpc in lli- ..un.i "^,',,1 ,-,, .......- hefore the s. ,;,.,,,. ..., .,,. Slal ..
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weeh for f-i.....i.HccUtlve week. H
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11,72 ,- n I KATHKRM VN
,.. ... circuit ourl
R) II. J l'"V
\ |,.,,||. v I
' ''' I I
Una Ave.. who died Friday.
Dec. S, at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Mr. Shaw, who donated $10,000
to the Miami Heart Institute ami
$253,000 for the construction of a
surgical su'te and amphitheatre
at Mount Sinai Hospital ill W69.
contributed more than Si million
to institutions in Boston, Miami
and Israel in 1971 and bought more
Israel Bond- than, any one in Daile
County tin same year.
Mr. Shaw's generosity also in-
eluded Temple Ner Tamid. where
he was a former pre-ident and]
chairman of the board:; the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami.
where he served ns trustee and
board member: Hop.' School, where
he was a director and the Young
Men's and Young Women's Hebrew
j Association.
A native of Lithuania, Mr. Shaw
.-a ne to the United Slates with
his mother, a brother and two
sisters after hi- father was killed
in the Sinc-Sovlet War. They set-
il< d In Huston and the chi! Iren
sold pn-Li.- baked by their moth-
er. Mr. Shaw also sold newspapers
and shincd shoes to supplement
their income. He dropped out of
school when he was in the s'xth
: ade and took a job polishing
i vvelry, lied about his age an'
,.. i ,i..'i in th Canadian Army
when he was 1 I. He wa~ serving
umlci Gen. E. II Allenby In 1911
with the British forces when the>
entered Jerusalem.
Alter the war. Mr. Shaw opened
a shoe-muniifncttiring business;
GEtfi
MONUMENTS INC.
open tftrr Dor C'*' s*"**
)40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
I Mismi'i" Onl Stricti* Jewish
- Monnmrnt Oeolrr%
Palmer's
Miami Monuinenf Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miumi
444-0921 4440922
Closed On The SataVth
Fcrsonolized Memorials Custi m
Crofled In Our Own Workshop.
Funeral nrranwments were un-
t'l- the direction of r.:\.
ChnpeN. Interment took place in
Lakeside Memorial Park.
SAMSON HITTNER
-I.-,.-, cut l.l\s A VI-: M II
sni..-i... Ili'.in'-. f".- many ywtm
Icn.llnR s:.li< e\. .-Illiv.- ..t' Rulovt
Watch Co.. Inc., riled HUil'lcnl> Jftv-
, mi.i-r u. U'7'..' ;.i tin- N'orth Pthora
HohoIIhI, Orcnl Xeck, l>ons Iclnnfl.
Mr llliiinr i.'i.n .1 Rulova In ltiS
-.ii.-miin and i-.iir.a lii i'"U bh -
minci-visor for tl.-- <:.-.-.i.-. \< Vnrk
MetrniHilltan area.
I'., -il.-s Ills (lislillL-llislli-il -ill.- .ii.-.
Mr lliuii.i- v,n- Mis,, known in New
.York and in l "..t Inland fm- exten-
siv.- ,-ivl.- ii.nl |.lilllinlll.-..|.i.- BPl l'l-
I u.s which .-iiiiiiiiioil .ii i.n pzpnndM
1 lm.-. after hla rerlrrmenl
Them iniivilics lm-Hnli .1 "' Inii-'t
' lewlah Appeal, Ih* Kerternthm nf Jew-
isti l-liilaieliriii.i.s. The .1. ivisl. W.-l-
! fur.- Board of New Vopk, ..f which h
whs .1 dlreetor, ami membership la
the Alili-I'. f:illllili"ll I clivu. U-
I Joint Defenfe Appeal, ami il" Pn -
.-in,I Vaaoclatiil Mnsoio. I'.u.i Revere
; Lodae \o. MS of N. I'Arh.
', He mu -. l...n;-ii.n. benefactor of ih
i: i,i.i B'rith llili.i iv.uii.l.nii'ii of nty
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Jenisiifhrkftor
Friday, December 15,
The Greater Miami Section, NCJW, held its
second "Child is Waiting" luncheon last
week at the Eden Roc Hotel to raise funds
to provide child care services. Last year's
luncheon financed the establishment of a
Council Day Care Center at Larchment Gar-
dens which provides quality care for 15
underprivileged children. This year's lunch-
eon will enable Council to expand its serv-
ices in this field. Pictured are Elaine Bloom,
Greater Miami Section president; Vera Kes-
sler, vice president of community service;
attorney Janet Reno, guest speaker; Doris
Rich, vice president of ways and means,
and Monna Lighte, chairman of the day.
More than 500 persons honored Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lan-
dow at the recent sixth annual Oholei Torah Scholarship
Banquet in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Landow,
who recently announced a 5500,000 gift to the school, are
shown with Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar, principal, -who pre-
sented them with the "Yesochar Zevulun Heritage Award."
The Landow's contribution will be used for the construction
of new school facilities at 12th Street and Alton Road.
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Music Director
presents
VLADIMIR
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Pianist
Sunday, December 17 *
Monday & Tuesday,
December 18 & 19 ** 8:30 p.m.
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
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Miami Consulate To Be Opened In 1973
LEVITZ HEADS BRANDE1S
DANCE COMMITTEE
Ralph Levitz chairman of
the board of the Levitz Fur-
niture Corp. of Miami, and
a Follow of Brandeis Uni-
versity, heads the large com-
mittee of South Floridians
planning Thursday's dinner-
dance at the Doral Hotel
and Country Club which
welcomes the Brandeis
Board of Trustees to South
Florida and opens three days
of meetings by the Brandeis
Trustees of the Doral Hotel.
Assisting Mr. Levitz is
honorary chairman Lewis S.
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retired head of Schenley In-
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wife, Blanka, is chairman of
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The Israeli Embassy in Washing-
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open a consulate office in Miami
during 1973, and selection of David
Peleg, 30. a native of Jerusalem,
to head it.
Mr. Peleg, who is currently
working in Atlanta as assistant to
Benjamin Bonney. Consul General
for the Southeastern Region, will
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provide an estimated 300000 Jews
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