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The Jewish Floridian
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Uewlslli Floridian
Volume 46 Number 37
Combining THE JSMfJSH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, September 14, 1973
Twc Sections' Pric 25 cents
Fidel's Break Takes Jerusalem by Surprise
TEL AVIV - surprise and regret over the sudden breaking off of
diplomatic relations by Cuba. Premier Fidel Castro
announced the break at the conference of non-aligned
nations in Algiers Sunday, but there was no official
confirmation from Havana until Monday morning.
As of Sunday night, neither the Foreign Ministry
in Jerusalem nor the Cuban legation here had any
knowledge of Castro's move.
DR. RICARDO Subirana y Lobo, an 86-year-old
Cuban Jewish diplomat who has been minister to
Israel since 1960, said, "I have heard nothing from
Havana. Good relations have always prevailed between
the two countries."
The long record of cordial relations between Cuba
and Israel, unbroken by the Six-Day War, added to
the surprise over the break. Gabriel Doron, the former
Israeli minister to Cuba who was posted to Havana in
1963-70. recalled the independent attitude demon-
strated by Castro when he was
Continued on Page S-A

.
'HIGHEST PRIORITY
Nixon Seeks Solution Is Cuba Move Prelude
To Oil Impasse por ]yjore Latin Splits?
WASHINGTON(JTA) Presi-; raeli dispute" and for that reason -i-
dent Nixon announced at a press
conference here he had instructed
Secretary of State-designate Dr.
Henry Kissinger "to put the high-
est priority" on efforts to settle
the Middle East deadlock because
of threats by Arab oil-producing
nations to pressure for a change in
U.S. Mideast policy.
It was the first public acknow-
ledgements by the President of
those threats and came shortly
after Libya announced it was tak-
ing over 51 percent of several ma-
jor American oil companies operat-
ing in Libya. Nixon issued warn-
ings to both the oil-producing
Arab states and to Congress on the
energy problem and declared he
would use his influence to get
HE SAID that 'the problem, as
far as the Arab countries are con-
cerned, is linked to the Arab-Is-
Waldheim
Telegram
Thanks Eban
JERUSALEM (JTA)
United Nations Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim sent a telegram
to Foreign Minister Abba Eban
stating: "The understanding I
/ound in your country toward my
efforts to contribute a just and
lasting peace in the Middle East
is a source of great encourage-
ment for me."
The telegram was sent after
Waldheim finished his five-na-
tion Mideast tour on Sept. 4. Po-
litical sources in Jerusalem said
the telegram proves that the Sec-
retary General received a posi-
Continned on Page 11-A
he had asked urgent action by Dr.
Kissinger, his national security
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Is-
advisor. In recent weeks, there raeli journalist regarded as an au-
have been repeated statements by thority on Cuba expressed fear
Continued on Page 2-A
here that Premier Fidel Castro's
diplomatic break with Israel, an-
Apartheid: Recalling
Old Verwoerd Beliefs
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Americans are understandably
preoccupied with "forced busing,"
job quotas based on race, and
other kinds of backwash from
the internal troubles of the late
1960s. Yet we tend to forget that
other areas of the world are
plagued also by old racial ani-
mosities. For our own good and
for the sake of all mankind, we
should be more aware of forces
now in motion in Rhodesia and
other parts of southern Africa
where apartheid endures and
rankles.
Take the recent case of Peter
Niesewand. At 28. a star report-
er for Reuters, UPL and BBC,
he was detained recently by the
Ian Smith regime in Rhodesia
because the government had a
suspicion that he might do some-
thing against those in power.
TO UNDERSTAND why the
mere presence of one young
foreigner can inspire such panic,
you have to remember that the
Smith regime is authorized to
lock you up for seven years for
the ambiguous offense of "spread-
ing rumors."
Another bright young person,
Judith Todd, 29, daughter of a
former Prime Minister of Rho-
desia, has been warning Ameri-'
cans who will listen that the Byrd
amendment, which authorizes
U.S. trade with Rhodesia in de-:
fiance of UN sanctions, is omi-
nous. Miss Todd and her father
both were jailed five weeks in
Rhodesia for daring to oppose
policies of the Smith regime.
HOW DOES that aftect us?'
Why should we worry about:
apartheid, a problem festering
several thousand miles away?
Since when do we concern our-
Continued on Page 5-A
nounced in Algiers Sunday, may
be the prelude to similar action by
other Latin American states.
Simcha Flapan. editor of "Nev
Outlook," a political magazine, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
'hat Castro's high standing with
many Latin American states may
have b?en the reason he was made
the target of Arab pressure to
break with Israel at the current
non-aligned summit meeting in
Algiers.
FLAPAN, WHO had close per-
sonal contact with Cuban leaders
during the 1960s, noted that Cuba ,
vas the only Communist country
that recognized the legitimacy of
the Zionist movement after the Six-
Day War, permitted the existence
of Zionist organizations on its soil
and in fact facilitated aliyah ac-
tivities and the work of Shelichim
(Zionist emissaries) from Israel
Flapan recalled that the kibbutz
movement had developed relations
of it< own with Cuba in 1962. He |
himself signed an agreement on i
Continued on Page 7-A
TERRORISTS CREDITED
Bomb Tied
To Rome
Incident
Anti Semitic Feeling Seen
On Steep Rfce in France
PARIS (JTA) French
Interior Minister Raymond Mar-
cellin promised here the first
week of September to "act with
extreme severity" against the re-
surgence of racism and anti-Sem-
itism in France.
The Minister made the state-
ment following a meeting with
Jean Pierre-Bloch, president of
the International League Against
Racism and Anti-Semitism
LICA).
PIERRE-BLOCH, who request-
ed the meeting, also represented
the Representative Council of
Jewish Institutions in France
tCRIJ). The LICA president dis-
cussed in particular the anti-Sem-
itic incidents which occurred last
month in the French Riviera
towns of Antibes and Juan-lcs-
Pins.
At that time, Jewish vacation-
Continued on Page 9-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
raeli sources said here that there
was a link between Friday niRht's
bomb blast that wrecked the West
German-Lraeli stand at the Inter-
national Radio and Television Fair
in West Berlin and the terrorist
attempt in Rome two days earlier
to shoot down an El Al airliner
with Soviet made ground-to-air
missiles.
A letter received by the Dusel-
dorf office of the West German
news agency DPA claimed credit
for the blast on behalf of the Black
September terrorist organization,
the grout) ivsponsiblc for the mas-
sacre of 11 Israeli Olympic athletes
in Munich Sept. 5, 1972.
WEST GERMAN police who ex-
iminrd the note, reportedly typed
in flawless German, said they were
taking the Black September's claim
seriously but that they had no con-
crete evidence that the letter ac-
tually came from the Black Sep-
tember.
The explosion occurred after the
Continued on Page 5-A
FULBRIGHT SAYS HUNDREDS OF LETTERS OPPOSE NOMINATION
Liberty Lobby Anti Kissinger Drive
'"WASHINGTON (JTA)
An organized mail campaign
against the confirmation of
Henry Kissinger as Secretary
of State much of it overtly
anti-Semitic has been mount-
ing here in recent days.
The most concerted anti-Kis-
singer effort is being made by
the Liberty Lobby, an extreme
right-wing Washington-based or-
ganization that has been asso-
ciated in the past with profes-
sional anti-Semites and hate-
mongers.
THE LIBERTY Lobby has
been sending out a flyer headed
"Emergency P.S." in which it
urges the recipient to "contact
your two senators" to oppose
confirmation of Dr. Kissinger
and to "send a generous contri-
bution to Liberty Lobby which
will devote every radio program
to Kissinger (beginning last
Tuesday, Sept. 4). Liberty Lob-
by broadcasts on 81 radio sta-
tions in the U.S.
The flyer urges that Dr. Kis-
singer not be confirmed because
"Plenty of native-born Amer-
icans would hake a good Secre-
tary of State" and that "the
(Kissinger) is recognized as be-
ing pro-Soviet and pro-world
government" and his appoint-
ment "is a slap in the face of
the oil rich Arabs who know
where his loyalties really lie."
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee conducting the Kis-
singer confirmation bearing!
disclosed that it had received
339 communications, all but one
Continued on Page 9-A
Michael Arnon, secretary of the
Government and Cabinet of Is-
rael, was named president and
chief executive officer of the
Israel Bond Organization at a
national fall leadership confer-
ence of the bond organization
in Washington Sunday.


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Page 2-A
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Friday, September 14, 1973
Nixon Takes on Oil Impasse
Continued from Page 1-A
negotiations started for a settle-
ments.. *
leaders of Arab countries of using
oil as a pressure to force a change
in U.S. policy toward Israel.
The President said both Israel
and the Arab states "are at fault.
Both sides need to start negotia-
tions. That is our position, We are
not pro-Israel and we are not pro-
Arab. We are not more pro-Arab
because they have oil and Israel
has not. We are pro-peace."
This was the first time he rebuk-
ed Israel for lack of progress in
the stalled talks with the Arabs.
He said his Administration would
use its influence"what influence
we havewith the various Arab
statesand with a non-Arab
state like Egypt to get those
negotiations started."
HE SAID "one of the dividends
of getting a successful negotiation
will be to reduce the oil pressure."
The President warned that if Con-
gross did not act on a number of
Administration proposals to create
needed energy. Including use of
coal, "we wiil -.>e a: r.e mercy of
the producers of oi! in the Mid-
Kishon Column to Appear
In The Jewish Floridian
Ephra'm Kishon, one of Israel's
leading humorists, today begins a
column in The Jewish Floridian
on Page 15-A.
Kishon will alternate with the
roster of internationallyrenown-
ed columnists, including Joseph
A ,op, and Max Lerner, regularly
appearing in The Jewish Floridian.
THE AUTHOR of numerous
books, plays and films, Kishon is
Israel's leading satirical writer. His
plays include the acclaimed "Mar-
riage License" (Hakeetubah.")
Among his films are "The Police-
man" (1972) and "Sallah" (1965),
which was an Academy Award
nominee.
Since 1952, Kishon has been the
author of a daily satirical column
appearing in "Maariv." ____
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He is best known in the U.S. for
"Look Back Mrs. Lot," "Unfair to
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and "So Sorry We Won," that lat
ter an "apologetic" novel for Is-
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IN ADDITION to English, his
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Born in Budapest. Hungary, in
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: die East."
He added that the United States
' did not have "much influence" with
radical elements on the ascend-
ancy in the Middle East like Libya"
but "we might have some influ-
ence" with Saudia Arabia.
It was noted that the President
had nominated one of Americas
: top experts on the oil industry.
1 James Akin, a State Department
l veteran, to be Ambassador to
fSaudi Arabia. Akin, widely con-
i sidered a pro-Arabist, has spent
1 most of his foreign service career
in Arab countries.
In his warning to the Arab oil
producing countries. Nixon said
that if they continue to boost the
nrices of their crude oil and to
expropriate oil properties, con-
sumers would find alternate
sources of fuel for energy needs
and that th* A-h countries would
lose their markets.
HE RECALLED that Mohamme I
Mossadegh. Premier of Iran in
1051-53. who nationalized foreign
oil proDerties in Iran "learned that
oil without a market is not good."
The President onened his com-
mont-5 on the energy situation by
referring to actions he said the
Congress must consider soon. In
response to questions he said there
had ben sneu'ation of Arab
thre?t M use their oil as a pres-
sure tool.
He said that for the President to
suggest th*.t the United States
would relate its po'icy toward Is-
rael to what happens on Arab oil
would be highly inappropriate.
But, he added, Israel simply
cannot wait for the dust to settle
and the Arab states cannot wait
for the dust to settle in the Mid-
dle East." He added that he had
discussed the problem with Dr.
Kissinger both before and after
he had nominated him to be Sec-
retary of State.
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Page 3-A
Fidel Surprises Jerusalem
Continued from Page 1-A
Israel
among the Latin American states
pressured to break with Israel With that of Israel and its Arab
after the Six-Day War. neighbors, Israelis said. But, they
He refused relation*-'fth*'aVry a^e(1, ne has a snort memory,
country that did not directly hurt recalled that Castro
Cuba's interests and rejected the
idea of breaking relations because
others urged him to, Doron said.
CUBA AND Rumania were the
only nations in the Soviet Com-
munist orbit that did not sever
ties with Israel after the Six-Day
War. Israelis observed that Cuba,
like Israel, was the target of at
tempts by its neighbors to iso-
late it diplomatically and econom-
ically.
Cuba was ousted by the Or-
ganization of American States
(OAS) in 1961. Castro must have
felt the similarity of his position
cancelled a visit to Algeria in
1963 after he was chided by the
then Algerian Premier Ahmed
Ben Bella for having declared
three days of mourning at the
death of Israel's President Itzhak
Ben-Zvi. Ben Bella declared at
the time that "whoever respects
a dead Israeli in that way has
no right to come to an Arab
land."
It was also recalled here that
Israel sent plasma and other
medical supplies to Cuba and was
hailed for its humanitarian act.
An Israeli sports delegation ar-
rived in Havana Sunday night to
Levy Named Israel
Consul for Southeast
Shlomo Levy has assumed the
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seven southeastern states, having
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Friday, September 14, 1973
Lest Dr. Kissinger Forget
Rabbi Max Nussbaum, a former president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, is afraid that the nomination
cf Dr. Kissinger as Secretary of State may change U.S.
foreign policy in the Middle East to the detriment of Israel.
As Rabbi Nussbaum puts it, Kissinger may have to
demonstrate thai "his Jewishness does not make him a
partisan to the conflict."
Rabbi Nussbaum has a good point. Surely, it is one
that President Nixon must have considered very carefully
when he selected Dr. Kissinger for the nomination, and
one that Dr. Kissinger himself must have thought about
when he agreed to accept it.
In all likelihood, history will record what thoughts
passed between them on this subject. Right now, all we
can do is tc speculate that the need for personal power is
so strong in some men that they frequently accept what
they consider their "destiny" at a cost involving their
integrity.
Will this be the case with Dr. Kissinger, as Rabbi
Nussbaum fears? All we can do is to recall his own re-
mark tc Golda Meir: "In the end, you must remember that
I am Jewish."
One can only hope that Dr. Kissinger himself does not
forget.
St is Better to Jaw-Jaw
Kurt Waldheim's mission to the Middle East, at least
so far as Israel is concerned, was absolutely predictable.
Dr. Waldheim reaffirmed the validity of the Jarring
mission, which he told Israeli leaders is still "valid." He
was also blunt in his statement that he foresees no con-
crete plan for a Middle East solution, other than his "feel-
ing" that "we have a better chance" than before.
For men of good-will, Waldheim's "feeling" has a
pleasant ring, even if it fails to square with the spirit of
the non-aligned nations in their meeting in Algeria last
week, where plans were mapped to destroy the Jewish
State.
We can only agree with Waldheim that the world
must continue to strive relentlessly to find a solution to the
critical Middle East impasse.
Predictable or not, that is what Waldheim's mission
was all about, and there is merit even in this endlessly
repetive rhetoric. As Sir Winston Churchill noted, it is al-
ways better to Jaw-jaw than war-war.
In the Shadow of Oil Rigs
President Nixon's move to make the U.S. independent
of the need for Arab oil raises an interesting question.
His aim is obviously praiseworthy. But will it be at
the expense of our national ecological concerns?
This is a much more profound question than it seems
on its face.
The ultimate point here is whether the President's oil
deal won't wind up like his Russian grain deal whether
the American people won't have to pay through the nose
for Mr. Nixon's swashbuckling foreign policy in the same
woy that we are paying through the nose at the super-
market.
Will we be eating hot dogs in the shadow of oil rigs?
Something fo Crow About
The United Fund campaign is off and running. A cam-
paign kick-off was the site of the starter at a meeting in
Miami en Wednesday.
But tcp United Fund leaders have been in action in
anticipation of the opener for sometime now.
The United Fund victory dinner is slated for Nov. 15.
As community affairs go, this is just around the corner.
We have spoken in these columns often enough about
nl^sT3.** ** Fund to DadB County in terms of human
ne*ds_All of us tnuM pitch in and contribute our fair share
ra take me highway
updated the old question, "Is it
good or bad for the Jews?"
The tfpu*le is |fiat tftis old
question wss never yitenjjied to
'^fie" oakfn seriously at all. Like
the student composition on "The
Elephant and the Jewish Prob
lem." it was offered in jest. I;
was designed to emphasize our
ethnocentrism from a critical
even if loving position.
To be absolutely frank, it was
meant to shake us out of a peo-
plehood egotism to remind us
that there are other consider)
tions of world importance, and
that they are not necessarily re
lated to things cither Jewish or
Israeli.
I MAKE mention of this now
not to chide those of us who
have refused to change their in-
sular attitude but to acknowl-
edge that in refusing to:change
they have finally caught up with
the tide of events.
Or, more likely, that the
of events has come full circle
and caught up with them that
the tide is just about ready to
accept the truth of what was
once their insularity, their paro
chial point of view.
It is not possible these days to
read about the latest terrorist es
capade in Paris. Soviet swinish
ness at the World University
Games in Moscow, Libyan refusal
in the future to accept American
dollars as payment for oil pur-
chases, or the most recent Nixon
press conference without relating
any or all of these events either
to Israel or to being Jewish or
both.
Nor is this a happy turninc of
the tide, a cause for celebration,
Continued on Page 6-A
i
COMMENT
What may be a forecast of the
future is a $250,000 civil suit
niea by a rabbi against the San
Francisco Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration charging fraud, false ad-
vertising and breach of contract.
The rabbi alleges that the Fed-
eration cancelled a promised
grant to the Hebrew Academy, a
traditional day school which he
started almost five years ago
with Federation help.
The rabbi contends that the
Federation solicited money from
San Francisco's 70.000 Jews with
the promise that some of the
money would go to the Hebrew
Academy. Therefore, he con-
cludes, people contribute money
with that understanding. Last
year the Federation gave the
school $26,000 but the latest
budget of the San Francisco Fed-
eration omits the Academy this
year.
ALTHOUGH THE school is
strictly orthodox and has classes
from nursery through junior
high, according to the rabbi his
biggest supporters are Reform
Jews who don't keep kosher or
the Sabbath but are deeply com-
mitted to the school because they
see their kids blossom.
Well, it isn't very likely that
the Jewish educational people in
the Greater Miami area will go
into court for more money for
schools although at one time dur-
ing this past year it seemed as if
the Budget Committee of Fed-
eration was about to cut off the
allocations to the day schools on
the grounds that they were not
meeting Federation standards.
However, this was changed so
that the listing of the schools
and other educational programs
which receive support from Fed-
eration would seem to be quite
valid and quite safe from suit,
at least this year.
What is more disturbing to
those who have been involved in
planning for Jewish education in
Greater Miami over the past four
or five years is the fact that
something radically new is about
to take place and that, officially,
those who have participated in
upbuilding Jewish education in
Greater Miami have been sum-
marily discharged.
AS ONE of the original mem-
bers of the Planning Committee
on Jewish Education, I don't be-
lieve that I am disturbed as much
by the fact that apparently I will
not be appointed under the new
setup, but the manner in which
it was announced to each of us
that we were no longer a part of
that committee. It seems to me
that with all the resources at
hand at the Federation's lovely
building on Biscayne Boulevard,
the letters of dismissal might
have been more personalized
than an unsigned memo from the
president of Federation.
Modern techniques make it
possible to send out form letters
which appear to be personal, and
it would not be unreasonable to
expect that such a course would
be followed by a public relations-
conscious Federation. The only
personal touch was the typed ini-
tials of the secretary who turned
out the mimeographed announce-
ment, or memo as it is called, of
Aug. 17. Some of us can guess,
therefore, who was responsible
for the president's "memo."
The Planning Committeee on
Education was fortunate to have
been chaired for most of its
years by A. B. Wiener, who man-
aged to overcome the many con-
flicting ideologies and approach-
es to Jewish education and to
bring them all into focus so that
Federation president Bob Russell
was able to speak about "the
enormous strides" which have
taken place in the entire Jewish
education scene in Miami during
the past few years.
by EDWARD COHEN
SO A. B. followed the imper-
sonal Federation announcement
with a letter of his own which
began, "Now I understand what
Bill Durant meant when he wrote
that the worst misfortune to be-
fall a revolutionary is for the
revolution to succeed Cha-
verim, we need the mountain! We
turned around Jewish education
in Miami, now let phase two
begin. The new structure of plan-
ning and budgeting will imple-
ment the innovations we created.
The reinspired and respirited
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation will implement the revo-
lution that overthrew the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
"So, let us rejoice at our suc-
cess. We built a solid foundation
without which the building could
not go forward and upward. I
have told the Federation 'Yacha-
badam' that beautiful people like
you are best rewarded by the
nachas of their accomplishments.
These are the living monuments
to the planning committee."
There has been no announce-
ment yet as to who will make u?
the new committee. The new pro-
gram at Federation,' and it de-
serves a try, is that both plan-
ning and budgeting will be in
the hands of the same commit-
tee so that the necessity of a
planning group going hat in hand
to the Budget Committee pre-
sumably will be eliminated.
I LOOK somewhat dimly on
this kind of process because I
believe that planning and budg-
eting ought to be separated if we
are to have true innovation and
true progress. Planners, such as
that Planning Committee on Jew-
ish Education, should be ideal-
ists and dreamers, should pro-
ject thoughts that at times may
seem impossible of accomplish-
ment but in retrospect turn out
Continued on rage 15 A
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Friday, September 14, 1973
"Jenisfi Fhridtiain
Page 5-A

Algeria Chief Says
U.S. Preparing For
Mideast Intervention
WASHINGTON-(JTA'_ Algerian President Houari Boumedien-
ne s allegation in a Paris newspaper that American military forces are
training in a California desert in preparation for intervention in the
Middle East was dismissed in U.S. official quarters as a "confused mis-
interpretation of the facts."
Recalling Old Verwoerd Beliefs
Boumedienne, according to a I
story in Le Monde, said that re- I
ports in the American press about |
military maneuvers in California in
conditions similar to those in the
Middle East were political and psy- [
chological preparations for such I
an intervention.
HE TOLD Le Monde that "I do
net rule out the possibility of
(L'.S) military intervention under
the pretext of protecting a vital
element" in the economy of the
Wet. namely, oil.
The statement was reported to
have been made in an interview
with the Algerian President at the
current meeting in Algiers or more
than 70 non-aligned countries.
Pentagon sources said that
Boumedienne'! assertions probably
were wrongly based on the "rou-
tine exercise" of a regiment of
U.S. Marine regulars and another
of Marine reserves who worked
out together a month ago at
Twenty Nine Palms in California
where the Marines have a base.
"IT WAS nothing unusual," a
Pentagon spokesman said. He
pointed out that it was one of four
or five exercises held each year by
Marines in both cold and tropical
weather and in deserts and other
kinds of conditions as part of the
continuing training of U.S. military
Bomb Tied
To Incident
In Rome
Continued from Page IV
fair had closed for the night and
caused no casualties. But it did
about S25.000 worth of damage to
the stand of the Isrex Import Co.,
a Duesseldorf firm in partnership
with a Tel Aviv company which
builds television sets.
An Isrex spokesman said in Ber-
lin that Israel-made TV sets were
to have been on display but had
not yet arrived. Only German and
Japanese goods were on display
when the bomb went off, he said.
The purported Black September
letter said: "Black September is
assuming responsibility for the de-
struction of the Israeli stand at
the West Berlin radio exhibition.
West German investments in Israel
are strengthening Zionist expan-
sionism."
forces.
The exercise involving about
8.000 men was well publicized in
the media, he noted. "We are not
preparing for war anywhere," he
said.
Continued from Page 1A
selves with, other nations' inter-
nal affairs?
One good reason for apprehen-
sion is the indubitable relation-
ship of anti-Semitism to hatred
of non-Caucasians. When Wilhelm
Marr and his racist colleagues in
Germany put forth their call for
an international anti-Semitic
movement in the early 1880's they
were inspired in part by Ameri-
ca's adoption of Oriental exclu-
sionist legislation. Americans
raised the cry of "Yellow Peril."
The British moaned about the
white man's burden. Precursors
of Alfred Rosenborg and Adolf
Hitler warned against Jewish in-
ternational conspiracies. Might
we not expect then that Rhodesia
wou.d build its political and
economic structure on a founda-
tion of white supremacy? Should
we be surprised if Hendrik Ver-
woerd, architect of South Africa's
apartheid system, had on his
record strong opposition to the
admission to South Africa of Jews
fleeing the Nazis in 1936?
THE INDIVISIBILITY of ha
tred rooted in race, cultural and
religious differences, and in eth-
nic variety is so apparent that
sharp minds despair of those who
are blind to this classic interrela-
tionship.
In Capetown and Johannes-
burg, the Nationalist Party, on
top for 25 years, works feverish-
ly to keep power in white hands.
The 3.600,000 whites now by
wheedling, now by threatening-
have managed to keep atop 16,-
000.000 Africans.
Segregation is to endure and
intensify but independence is also
promised. But South Africa, de-
spite huge profits garnered from
industrialization since World War
II, is torn by a developing mili-
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LEO MINMIN
World Events Catch
* Up With Jeivs
Plans for Jerusalem Studied
Vt aSea uiojj p-jnuijuoj
a ratification of past provincial-
isms.
It is, in fact, a cause for con-
cern, "bad" as answer to that old
question, is it good or bad for
the Jews?"
FOR THE foreseeable future,
the Middle East is the worlds
primary troublespot because of:
The continuing Israel-Arab
impa~-' :
Th alarming increase in the
use of oil as a weapon of diplo-
macy and aggression:
President Nixon's unyielding
determination to make history as
a White Hat.
The first two of these consid-
erations are self-explanatory. Only
the third needs clarification.
Foreign policy has always been
t^e President's primary concern.
The Watergate scandal, which fur-
ther encapsulates his essential
failure in domestic affairs, makes
it more important than ever
that he achieve success in his self
annointed role as peace-maker if
he is to be able to put that White
Hat on.
This means that we can look to
the President for some "daring"
moves during his last three years
in office.
with Vietnam presumably
"solved." he may. for example,
opt for a similar "solution" in
the Middle East. In that case,
we can ex ->ect that he will b"
less cautious about an imnosed
Middle East peace than he has
been up until now.
P"ace between Israel aid the
Arabs, however shaky, alongside
peace in Southeast Asia (how-
dent a diplomatic homerun and
satisfy his craving for White Hat
status in the annals of our his-
tory. Watergate or no Watergate.
If this is true, then Israel is
likely to be the loser. A state-
ment made in his press confer-
ence last week clearly suggests
that possibility his reference
to Israel AND the Arabs as
equally at fault in the Middle
E:\-t impasse.
Add to these three reasons the
President's nomination of Or.
Kissinger as successor to Secre-
tary of State R ;gers, and Jews
have more than additional cause
t-> be concerned, not onlv about
lr Jewishness b;it about Israel
as wpII.
FORGET THE anti-Semitic
flak f:. on,
which i i just aboul over and
successfully susl lined.
of tv eueees' He* in th"
presumption that Dr. Kissinger
will be so "even-handed in Mid-
dle Eastern matters that he will
encourage the President to exact
greater sacrifices from the Is-
raelis than a Secretary Rogers,
for example, might ever have
dared do.
Mr. Nixon's assertion in his
D ,Mk hv a continuous sub- minimizing their distinctive quali-
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Recom-1 Bethlehem by. ajntm ^ ^ ^
for the .mprovementjurtto be but t ^ ^^ ^.^ ^^ ^^
The \natot plan, for which the complained, on the other hand,
Kollek administration had been that the proposed built-up area was
approved by the not dense enough. A compromise
mendations -
and development of,. Jerusalem to cities.
pressing, was
enable it to absorb a much larger
population and provide a better
Hving conditions for the tf^ ^-'^-^Me, in th a*-| w* reached permitting "rural
S"'J mS ^ ^it' SSod territories and is in the building" between the two cities
ng *.h u Pr-mur Golda -mvrrnment's possession. It will although the term was not precise-
by Premier
tee chaired
Meir.
She praised the proposals, issu-
Golda government's possession.
not be annexed to Jerusalem.
THE BETHLEHEM plan, also in-
attended the meeting, heartily
last press conference that the U.S. j conourred with the recommenda-
is neither pro-Israel nor pro- ng whjch he termed the great-
Arab and that we will be calling I success 0f his administration,
on our friends (Israel) to d The plans are predicated on an ex-
more toward the achievement of d Jcrusalem growth rate of
peace than they have done before four cent per annum during the
already supports this probability,, npxt fiyp Mrg an(] a population
and Dr. Kissinger has not even \ q{ m 000^283.000 Jews and 98.-
been confirmed yet. nnn Arabs_in 1977.
Jews during the last of the
5trstrffy -s^in thc isnrss
nrehensive approach to the city's territories, was prepared by plan-
uTban social and economic prob- ers from the Interior Mimstry.
H'ai-J Ron!
lems.
MAYOR TEDDY Kollek, who
ly defined.
Kollek, meanwhile, has warned
against building new suburbs in
Fa*t Jerusalem without allocating
funds to rebuild urban slums. He
West Bank military headquarters also warned that new suburbs will
and the Jerusalem municipality, impose a heavy burden on the
There was some criticism that the municipal budget should the gov-
plan would create too dense an: eminent ignore the city s
urban area between the two cities, mands for additional funds.
de-
critical Nixon years in the presi-
dency will therefore have trou-
bled choices to make in their
support of him as he moves from
what was a de facto pro-Israel
stance to a sacred call for peace
at all costs, with Israel expected
to pay the bill.
These considerations apart, Is-
rael as a maker of news will have
to reconcile the conflicting sig-
nals it has been sending out since
its establishment.
WILLY BRANDT on his knees
at Yad Vashem. and the UN's Dr.
Waldheim, also in stricken awe
at Yad Vashem. don't square well
with the Israeli interception of
commercial airliners to kidnao
Arab terrorists from their ap-
pointed destinations.
As Irael grows and matures
as a viable, even powerful na-
tional entity. Israelis will have
to give UD the public relations
[mate of themselves as poets and
sophisticated peasants.
It was Nathan who brought
God's message to Israel that Is-
rael needs no earthly 'mortal\
kins when she has a heavenly
(divine) one.
But Israel todav. as I-'-ie! thn.
wants to be a nation like other
nations. And so she muct accept
what God and Nathan foresaw
the corrupting influences of na-
tionhood as a way of life and
knock off the pretense to spirit-
ual dominion.
It i- not Yad Vashem or spirit-
ual dominion that keeps 100 mil-
lion Arabs at boy.
v 1 ;i- Israel plays out the
hand of this terrible 1 hoice, choo>-
ing the road of physical strength
al the expense of spirital strengl 1
; 1 survive, Jews will have
special cause to recognize lba1
their preoccupation with them
selves bas finally helped the
world rafh lit) with th m.
Lipoff, Levy, Lcfcourt
Attending YLC Retreat
Norman Lipoff, Harry A. Levy
and Jeff Lefcourt have joined the
Young Leadership Cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal in its 1973
annual retreat at the Columbia
Lakes Conference Center in II. is-
ton Tex. The retreat, which started
on Wednesday, will continue until
Sunday.
All three localites are members
of the Florida Region National
Leadership Cabinet. Mr. Lipoff,;
who serves as chairman of the
Florida Region, attended the YLC
executive committee meeting open-
ing the retreat and the installation
of new officers for the coming
campaign period. Michael Pelavin
is YLC chairman.
i Campaign Presentation," and a
presentation by Ambassador Jacob
Barmjre of the Permanent Mission
ol Israel to the United Nations.
Dr. Allen Pollack, a member ot
the board of governors of the Jew-
ish Agency and the board of direc-
I tors of the United Israel Appeal.
J Inc., will succeed Mr. Pelavin as
incoming chaiiman of the Young
Leadership Cabinet.
Long active in Jewish communal
affairs. Dr. Pollack is currently
teaching Russian history at the
City College of New York.
Civil Engineers Meet
Highlights of the retreat include I John E- inne- President of the
a critical evaluation of the United ( Amt-can Society of Civil Engi-
Appeal by Irving Bern- 1 neers *as.t0 sP?ak at a joint meet-
Jewish
stein, UJA executive vice chair- 1ing. of tne Florida Engineering
man: a presentation by UJA na-! scie,y and tne American Society
tional campaign director Martin 1 2?l5C ^I fnl^x' Thur*day- at
,o-ia p.m. xn the Terrace Room of
Peppercorn on "How to Structure 1 the Dupont Plaia Hotel.
In line with these projections
I are two other developments af-
' fecting Jerusalema plan to build
a 500-acre industrial zone in the
I Anatot area just east of the city
and another to link Jerusalem with
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Study Says Jew Torn Between Two Ideals
By RABBI DAVID LEIIRFIELD
The word, "ambivalent," is de-
fined as conflicting or opposing
feelings about a person or situa-
tion. The book "The Ambivalent
Jew," by Dr. Charles S. Liebman.
(Jewish Publication Society, Phil
adelphia, $5.95, 215 pp.), describes
the opposing feelings of Jews In
America about their role in Amer-
ica.
On the one hand, the Jew wishes
to retain his sense of identity
The term, "vanishing American
Jew," makes the Jew bristle as he
proclaims it will never happen.
Yet, he wishes to be no different
from his non-Jewish neighbor.
He wishes to be one with his
environment. These two ideas, re-
tention of identity and rejection
of differences, Dr. Liebman claims
are mutually exclusive and create
conflicts and an obvious lack of
consistent behavior within the Jew.
DR. LIEBMAN, in pursuing thie
thesis, touches upon many of the
socio-economic involvements of the
Jew, the cause of anti-Semitism
and the Jewish reaction to it. and
the initiation and reaction of Jew-
ish-Negro problems. All of these
situations are correlated with the
Jewish past emanating from hi-
European background.
The author makes the?e correla
tions and connections with skill
and logic. In his thesis of "accept-
ance" and "dlstinctiveness," he
proffers a panorama of Jewish his
tory in America and the develop
ment in this country of Orthodox
Conservative and Reform Judaism
Dr. Liebman tikes into accoun'
the formation cf the State of Israel
and its influence and effect on the
various groups among the Amri
can Jews and how t*ipe grouo
have altered their directions (par-
tially) by reason of the emergence
of the state. One is drawn to the

Expect More
Latin Ruptures
Continued from Page 1-A
behalf of the kibbutz movement
with the Cuban Ministry of Agri-
culture for the exchange of kibbutz
members and Cuban agriculture
students. The exchange was main-
tained for several years.
Flapan said that after the Six-
Day War, Cuba's position was com-
plicated by its interest in main-
taining good relations with the
Arab world, especially in the area
of trade.
IT ALSO had to reconcile its
support of national liberation
movements in Africa. Asian and
Latin American countries, includ-
ing the Palestinians, with its con-
tinuing relations with Israel. Nev-
ertheless, Cuba maintained cordial
relations with Israel up to Sunday,
he said.
According to Flapan. Israel was
the scapegoat that Castro had to
sacrifice in order to keep up his
standing among the non-aligned
nations.
Libyan President Muammar Qad-
dafi attacked Castro for his pro-
Soviet attitude and challenged him
to prove that Cuba was indeed un-
aligned. As proof, he decided to
rupture relations with Israel, Flap-
an said.
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Rabbi David Lehrfield is spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation. Herewith, he reviews "The
Ambivalent American Jew," by
Dr. Charles S. Liebman, professor
of sociology at the Bar Man Univer-
sity in Ramat Gan, Israel. He is the
son of Jewish Floridian book re-
viewer Seymour B. Liebman.
II ; l
conclusion that the author favor
the American Jew's redefining hi?
'osition. In redefining, he stresses j
that the American Jew be aware
of his distinctiveness and tradition.
1
He then posits that the distinctive-
ness and tradition supercede a de
sire for integration.
THE BOOK is most fascinating
when it touches on so many areas
(and almost invariably) with ac
curacy and significant insight. Th:
only fly in the ointment is the fac
that the language is Bared to the
studentjif the social sciences. Many
of the terms are obvious to the
social scientist but not to the av
erage layman. However, the rich-
ness of the content more thar
makes up for the extra effort
needed.
Dr. Liebman lives in Israel with
his wife and two children and i'
chairman of the Department oi
lovemment and Political Science
at Bar Ilan University at Ramat
Gan. He is a noted authority oi
the sociology of religion and hi
monographs on the training of the
American rabbinate and Recon
structionism have been the lead
articles in the American Jewish
Year Book.
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On College Faculties
Two members of the Jewish
Chautauqua Society are teaching
nt local universities. Rabbi Her-
bert BaujBgard is giving a course
on Judaism at the University of
Miami this seme^Hrr." and Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe is on the faculty
it Broward Community College.
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memberships, the JCS has donated
more than 75,00 volumes of Ju-
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Friday, September 14, 1973
Nazi Souvenirs Spell Big Profits for Business
By Special Report
Forty years after the rise of Nazism, mementos of
the Third Reich including photographs of Hitler,
Goering and Goebbeb and belt buckles worn by con-
centration tamp guards are b?ing sold by mail order
houses in Illinois and California, the American Jewish
Congress has reported. ^________
Rab>i Yaacov Rosenberg, of
Philadelphia, chairman of th"
Commission on Jewish Affairs of
the American Jewish Congress,
called the catalogues "a shocking
desecration of the memory of the
millions of men and women of
every race and religion who died
at Nazi hands."
"THERE WAS nothing roman-
tic about Nazism Rabbi Rosen-
berg said. The only 'souvenirs' it
left were the skeletons of its vic-
tims, the smoke from the mass
crematoria in which th-y died
and the tortured bodies and
minds of those who survived.
"It is outrageous that these
symbols of murder and hatred
should bp (iffpro<1 for sale as
A circular from Hutchinson House in Chicago
offers "a rare find" of wallet-size pictures of Nazi
leaders at 50 cents each, ajong with enamel swastika
rings ($2.50) and SS (Stormtrooper) service badges
($J.50).
"ALL ORDERS are shipped in plain wrappers,
recipients are advised. ^^__^_
Wa- memorabilia from Britain, Japan, Poland and
the USSR are also offered as part of the "Hutchinson
Collection." However, a brochure from Delta Inter-
national in Lafayette, Calif., is devoted entirely to Nazi
mementos, except for a Japanese Imperial battle flag
($12.50) and "old Ku Klux Klan membership tokens
($3.50), the Congress said.
souvenirs. And it is obscene that
profit should be made througn
the glorification of one of his-
tory's darkest chapters."
The Delta catalogue contains
rhotoprarhs and descriptions of
such items as a "Deutschland
Erwache" (Germany Awake)
banner "exactly as carried by
the SS and SA political troops
... at the Nurenberg party ral-
lies ($5). The Nazi prison officer
belt buckles "including 'SS'
marks" are $14.50 each. Also:
'SIEG HEIL!" a stereo rec-
ord of "the original spirit-stirring
military music of the Third
Reich," including such songs as
"Adolf Hitler's very own per-
sonal march: 'From Finland to
the Biack Sea.'" (S5.98).
A small swastika flag 'of
the type commonly waved by
individuals during parades"
($4 50).
The "Party Eagle" ring
($14 50) "consisting of the fam-
ous Nurnberg eagle clutching a
horizontal swastika, flanked on
one side with 'Sieg' and on the
other 'Heil.'"
Brown shirt stormtrooper
armbands ($2.50).
Gestapo (secret police)
identification tags in "excellent"
condition ($6.50).
THE DELTA Catalogue also
offers its readers "a limited num-
Zukemick Appointed To
American Bar Committee
HARRY ZUKtRNICK
iChefterfield H. Smith, president,
of the Ame.-ican Bar Association, |
has announced the appointment ol {
Miami Beach attorney Harry Zu-1
keraick f-;r a three year turn as a
memo r oJ 'he Standing Commit- '
tee on Clients Security Fund.
Zukernkk, a member of the
board <::" I Erectors of the Miami
Beach liar Association, formerly
served as president of that asso-;
.luiion. He served for 12 years as i
a member of the board of gov- ,
ernors of the Florida Bar, and is
presently chaiiman of its Clients
Security Fund Committee.
H has served as a member of
the Flonda Condominium Com-
mission, as founder-president of
the YM-YWHA of Miami Beach,
as president of the Civic League
of Miami Beach, and of Miami
Beach B'nai B'ritli Lodge, and as
chairman of District Welfare
Board No. 5.
Zukemick received the first
Award of Merit for distinguished
-ervices to the legal profession
from the Miami Beach Bar Asso-
ciation. He is a trustee of the
Anti-Defamation League and pres-
ident of the South Florida Chap-
ter of the Brooklyn Law School
Alumni Association.
THE FACES ARE FAMILIAR
BUT THE NAME'S BEEN CHANGED
If you are a customer of the Carrier Bank of Miami Beach, you'll recognize these smiling people
as the teller who cashes your checks, the guard who opens the door for you, the loan officer
who helped you finance your new car... or any of over fifty other officers and staff members
who give you friendly, expert service* But if you don't recognize the name, don't be surprised
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ber of about 170 copies" of The
Assmann & Son Sales Catalogue,
described as a "highly informa-
tive and invaluable source con
cerning an extremely wide range
of Third Reich (1933 to 1945)
uniform accouterments."
The Assmann catalogue is ad-
vertised as containing "well over
1,250 fully illustrated articles as
worn and used on the uniforms
of the military and the political
forces of Hitler's Germany," in-
cluding "medals, buckles, badges,
metal rank and branch insignia,
etc., not only for the Army, Navy
and the Luftwaffe, but also the
SS. the SA and many other
organizations of Nazi Germany"
($9.95).
In his statement. Rabbi Rosen-
berg said: "These items are obvi-
ously aimed at people who are
either psychologically sick or
Nazi sympathizers or both. The
catalogues suggest the existence
of a significant market for this
kind of material quite possi-
bly of organized Nazi groups.
"WHILE CERTAINLY of no
immediate danger, the fact that
this kind of poison continues to
circulate nevertheless poses the
threat of serious infection if the
basic health of our society should
deteriorate."
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Dr. Gerson D. Cohen (right) chancellor of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America, receives proclamation from
the Mayor of New York John V. Lindsay (center). Others
include William McGill. president of Columbia University
(follffh from left), and Martha Peterson, president of Eamard
College (sixth from left). The proclamation hailed the Morn-
ingside Heights neighborhood as "one of the greatest collec-
tions of diverse academic and religious institutions ever
gathered in one place at one time."
Liberty Lobby Anti Kissinger
5-B
Continued from Page 1-A
of which opposed Dr. Kissinger's
nomination. About one-half of
them attacked Kissinger as a
Jew. a Zionist and an ager.t of
international Jewish finance.
Some disparaged his German ac-
cent.
A committee staff official told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that the anti-Ki-singer commu-
nications were about 50 per cent
from right-wing and 50 per cent
from liberal left-wing sources.
SOME WERE from persons
"obviously mentally disturbed"
while some came from political
science students who questioned
Dr. Kissinger's foreign policies
and his appropriateness to be in
the Cabinet because of Water-
gate implications, the official
said.
Foreign Relations Committee
Chairman Sen. I. William Ful-
bri-rht said he would decide
whether the committee would
make public the communica-
tions it received on Dr. Kis-
singer's nomination, some of
which were acknowleged to be
clearly anti-Semitic.
He told the JTA that the com-
mittee would determine at the
same time whether private citi-
zens would be granted the op-
portunity to testify at the con-
firmation hearings.
French Anti-Semitism Seen on Rise
Continued from Page 1A
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Number of Jewish Prisoners in Canada's Jails Reported At Low Ebb
THE NUMBER of Jews in Canada's jails is low,
relative to the general Canadian population, and
the crimes for which they are convicted continue to
be largely white-collar offenses. Many Canadian
Jews are involved in drugs, particularly young
Jews, but drug offenses have not significantly in-
creased the Jewish prison population.
This "fairly clear picture" emerged from infor-
mation provided by Rabbi Joseph Kelman, of To
ronto, who heads the Ontario provincial chaplaincy
services, and Sydney N. Harris, who directed a
chaplaincy service study committee, which examined
the situation of Jewish inmates in provincial prisons.
Their conclusions were reported in a recent inter-
view in the Canadian Jewish News.
The participation of Canadian Jews in violent
crimes is low and does not appear to be on the in-
crease, according to Rabbi Kelman, who has been
coordinating chaplaincy services to Jewish prison-
ers in Ontario for the past nine years. He said Jew-
ish women are rarely inmates, adding he doubted
there was as many as one a year.
Kjlcrbcrt J^ujt
The Fabulous
Woody Allen: His
Mcleorie Rise lo .Success
IffOODY Alien's current production of "Sleeper,"
which went before the cameras in .May. with loca
tions in Denver, Colo., and Monterey, Calif., is now
being edited by Ralph Rosenblum at the Goldwyn Stu-
dios with Woody supervising cutting, dubbing and scor-
ing of the picture which he has written and directed.
Allen points out that "Sleeper" is not one of the
slick, intellectual movies as were his, "Take the Money
and Run," Bananas," and "Everything You Always
Wanted to Know About Sex," but an old fashioned,
belly-laughing family comedy which is not risque or
politically geared to controversy.
Diane Keaton, who appeared recently with Woody
Allen in the film version of the Broadway comedy,
"Play it Again Sam,"' once again is his co-star; with
Charles H. Joffe and Jack Rollins, who head a manage-
ment organization the production team; and Jack
Grossberg. the individual producer.
Woody Allen, who has innovated a barrel of tricks,
both optical and audible, always with a great number
of craftsmen, staff and technicans but shys away from
star names in his cast. Diane Keaton and Louise Lasser,
Woody's one time wife, played the leads in four of his
films.
Not many funny movies are being made these
days because there are not many performers around
who can be funny without trying too hard. Woody
Allen has been hailed as one of the most original and
multi-faceted wits of our time and this country's most
inventive comic.
"Look at Chaplin," says Woody, "and the Marx
brothers or Busier Keaton." They all hail from vaude-
ville, and were able to tell jokes and reflect a visual
sense of their own.
Today, with vaudeville gone, there is no place
where anyone can pick up the trade of being funny.
Allen creates his own, often quite improvised material
for the screen/television, nightclubs and recordings. A
native of Brooklyn, he was born December 1, 1935.
While attending Midwood High School, he began mak-
ing money as a gag writer at the ripe age of 17. He
started to send quips to newspaper columnists and
finally was hired to write jokes
After graduating from high school, Woody became
a writer for a number of top TV shows, such as Sid
Ceasar's. In 1961, at the urging of his managers, Rol-
lins and Joffe, Woody began performing his own ma-
terial at obscure New York nightclubs. Shortly after-
wards, he gave up his $l,700-a-week writing job in
television to toil for $50 a week in a small Greenwich
Village night spot.
Subsequent appearances on TV gained him en-
couraging press notices, as well as nationwide recogni-
tion as a "funny man." It was while appearing at the
Blue Angel nightclub in New York that Woody was
isked by United Artist representatives to write and
appear in the movie, "What's New Pussycat?" Since
then he has been featured in "Casino Royale;" written
the Wgged-uTj, dubbedin dialogue for "What's Up
ThTw I K ^tten 0n* BToad* hit. "Don't Drink
the Water.' and starred in a second one, "Play it
Again Sam-." y
The chaplaincy study committee found that, at
any one time, there may ,b,e between 59 and 68
Jewish inmates in local, provincial and federal pris-
ons in Ontario. However, the report stressed that
such figures were only estimates based on the ex-
perience of the chaplaincy service with those in-
i
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In (he End,
Somehow Justice Prevails
AOURTROOMS everywhere are a source of inter-
** esting tales about daily life. These stories may
range the whole gamut from the exciting and dra-
matic to the pathetic and often the humorous. Is-
rael's courts are no exception. From recent court
records I glean the following:
Judge Boris Rapaport in the Tel Aviv Magis-
trate's Court imposed heavy fines against three
food packing firms in whose products had been
found worms and insects. The state prosecutor told
the defendants that they could in the future avoid
prosecution if they would clearly label their pack-
ages: "Contains insects."

Rahid Mansour Yusef, of Dabouriyah village,
was found guilty in Affuleh Court of beating up his
wife when she failed to have his supper ready on
time. Before imposing judgment the judge requested
that as a sign of restored friendly domestic rela-
tions, the defendant should buy his wife a dress for
no less than IL 100. The couple returned to court
shortly thereafter, and the smiling wife presented
a receipt showing she had a new dress costing IL
112. Sentence: Thirty days suspended subject to
good behavior.

A Jerusalemite appeared before the local rab-
binical court and asked for a divorce on grounds
that his wife had undergone plastic surgery and
changed her nose. At this point the lady jumped to
her feet and shouted out: "But it was you who
broke my nose in the first place!"

Shmuel Gibor, of Petach Tikva, was charged
with driving his car over a white line, and to prove
his innocence took Judge Mordecai Bartur in his
car to the scene of the incident, accompanied by
Police Officer Gaon. On the way, Gaon whipped
out his notebook and booked Gibor for crossing a
white line this time with the judge as a witness.
*
Jerusalem authorities took a local housewife to
court for pouring a bucket of dirty water out on
the sidewalk. The judge considered the charge petty,
and penalized her IL 50 fine, or 30 minutes in jail,
which she could spend in his office. The municipal-
ity appealed to the District Court, and the latter
accepted the argument that the authorities must be
r.pheld in their efforts to maintain public order
and sanitation. New penalty: IL 50 fine, or five days
in jail.
mates who are willing to identify themselves as
II ,.i Or. .... IO -" '
Some 25 Jews may be detained at any one time
in the local jails or police stations until they ap-
pear in court, are released on bail or sent to pro-
vincial and federal jails. The number of prisoners
in provincial houses of correction serving short-
term sentences of less than two years is estimated
to be, at any one time, between nine and 18, accord-
ing to the report. There are an estimated 25 to 30
Jewish inmates in the federal penitentiary in Kings-
ton.
Harris said that families of prisoners react to
the prison sentence more as a misfortune than as
a calamity or disgrace. He said there was t tendency
among Jewish families not to consider traffic of-
fenses, white-collar crime or drug violations "real
crimes." He said that Jewish prisoners are rarely
ignored or abandoned by their families and that the
majority can rely on continuing support. Prisoners
who have had ties with the Jewish community can
usually depend on reacceptance by the community
when they have finished their sentences. But, the
officials said, most Jews in jail have not had close
ties to the Jewish community and. in general, pre-
fer to seek out government welfare agencies, rather
than Jewish ones, when they want help.
tKabbi
Bumper Stickers
Are the Era's New Graffiti
QlK EP0CH has many names.
** One characteristic of our times is man's abil
ity to compress ideas into brief statements.
Advertising slogans and bumper stickers illustrate
this knack of verbal shrinkage.
"For the rest of your life," is the way a couch is
touted.
"Where your money talks," is the commercial for
a bank.
And think of the prevalence of bumper stickers
which pleaded with the U.S. to do something for POW's
and MIA's.
The Watergate has inspired a host of stickers such
as "No amnesty for Watergate!" and "Kennedy for
'76: he's already rich."
There is a sign on an antique shop: "Remains to
be seen." And there is a shop which calls itself "Den
of Antiquity."
Outside of a church on a July day there was the
legend: "Recreation is right up our alley."
And that Lion Safari outfit has big signs to the
effect, "Trespassers Will Be Eaten."
And one of the great verbalists of our day, Groucho
Marx, once described a woman: "She speaks 120 words
a minute with gusts up to 160."
Do you have any favorite slogans, bumper stickers
or curt statements? If so, share them with me.
oUct via t^ch wet r tz
About the Man Who Killed Millions
THIS WEEK saw the passing of a man who nabbed
one of the greatest killers of history. Literally,
hundreds of thousands, even millions were mur-
dered by this killer
The man who put an end to this killer was born
in Kiev, Russia, and emigrated to the United States
in 1910. He got his first job in America working on
a farm in Metuchen, N.J. Later while going to Rut-
gers College, he got work at the college laboratory
earning twenty cents an hour.
He didn't look at all like a man who would
nab a killer. He was a little fellow as far as struc-
ture is concerned. The New York Times described
him as having kindly eyes. His name was Selman
Waksman. ^
Dr. Selman Waksman was the discoverer of the
antibiotic Streptomycin, the first successful medi-
cine to deal with tuberculosis.
Nowadays we don't hear much of tuberculosis,
but several decades back, the story was quite dif-
ferent. Sometimes it was called TB; sometimes peo-
ple spoke of it as consumption. But whatever the
name, mention of it evoked horror. It brought up a
picture of persons wasting away, spitting blood, of
hopelessness.
People with tuberculosis were sent to high,
mountainous regions, where the open air and alti-
tude seemed to afford relief, but never a cure.
Dr. Waksman, an authority on microbiotics,
discover?d a microbe produced chemical which
brought about the virtual end of this great killer.


iday. September 14. 1973
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ursue Peace, Waldheim Says
JNITED NATIONS (JTA)
cretary General Kurt Waldheim
ived in Algiers for the summit,
jference of non-aligned nations,
ources here pointed out that
attendance at the non-aligned
nference was in line with a pat-
established by previous sec-
tary generals.
/aldheim ended his nine-day
jdeast tour in Amman, Jordan.
said his visits to five nations
I the region gave him an "excel-
(lt insight" into the problems thev
ed.
AM now in a better position
decide, after my return to New
{, how to proceed further and
we in the United Nations can
ip in order to find a satisfactory
lution" to the Middle East con-
t, he said.
.'aldhcim said that the next
Ips wi.l he 'decided in the light
fthe information and positions I
explained by the different gov-
iments. The forthcoming Gen-
ii Assembly meeting which will
Irt in two weeks will give me
^t opportunity tD continue the
ntacts I have started here in the
fea and to decide then how to
oceed further."
le stressed that the UN has a
bar mandate to seek a Middle
East settlement based on Security
Counci' Resolution 242.
IN THE Jordanian capital, Wald-'
heim met with King Hussein. I
Crown Prince Hassan and Pivmier
Zeid al-Rifai. He also visited a,
Palestinian refugee camp.
He remarked afterward that the
visit had convinced him of the im
portance of finding a "real solu
tion" to the Middle East problem
"I could see in my own eyes how
tragic the situation of the refugees
is," Waldheim said.
UN Chief Sends Eban
Telegram of Thanks
Continued from Page 1-A
tive impression from the Israeli
approach to the conflict between
Israel and the Arab countries.
THE SOURCES also stated the
telegram indicated that Waldheim
intends to continue his personal
involvement in an effort to break
through the present Mideast dead-
lock and is trying to maintain
good relations with both sides in
the conflict. There was no imme-
diate information whether or not
Waldheim sent similar messages
to the other countries he visijed.
Waldheim ended his nine-day
Mideast tour in Amman, Jordan.
He said his visits to five nations
in the region gave him an "ex-
cellent insight" into the prob-
lems they faced.
"I am now in a better position
to decide, after my return to
New York, how to proceed fur-
ther, and how we in the United
Nations can help in order to find
a satisfactory solution" to the
Middle East conflict, he said.
WALDHEIM SAID the next
steps will be "decided in the light
of the information and positions
I got explained by the different
governments. The forthcoming
General Assembly meeting which
will start in two weeks will give
p.ie that opportunity to continue
the contacts 1 have started here
in the area and to decide then
how to proceed further."
He stressed that the UN has a
clear mandate to seek a Middle
East settlement based on Secur-
ity Council Resolution 242.
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Rabbi Solomon Waldenberg l^aSSSiSKSS
Appointed By Beth David.
Rabbi Solomon VV*fc!*uJr K has **
been appointed by Beth David
Congregation as associate rabbi
in charge of education and has be-
gun to direct the multi-faceted ed-
ucational program in both loca-
tionsat Coral Way and at the
South Dade Campus, 7500 SW
120th St.
Rabbi Waldenberg comes to
Miami from Puerto Rico, where
he has served as spiritual leader
for five years. He previously serv-
ed as educational director of Riv-
erdale Temple in the Bronx, N.Y..
for 12 years and took an active
part as a staff member of the
adult education program.
Rabbi Waldenberg is a graduate
of New York University with a
B.A. degree from its School of
Education. He was ordained as a
rabbi and received his Master of RABB, S0L0M0N WALDENBERG
Hebrew Literature (MHL) degree
from the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary.
ice is bringing the post office into
American homes through its new
'Stamps Bv Mail" program which
lwilf be offered in Jbe Miami Pj$-
trict (Fort Pierce south To Key
West) beginning Monday, accord-
ing to an announcement made by
E. H. Daws, District Manager/
Postmaster of Miami.
stamped envelopes through the
mail using a personal check or
money order for plyment," Mr.
Daws ^JplainecL,
"The service will be of great
benefit to postal customers, espe-
cially shut-ins. the elderly and
working wives who can now order
postal needs from home simply.
The new program will permit' rapidly and inexpensively, uncon
"ined by the limitations of post
office business hours."
Leaflets explaining details of
the "Stamps By Mail" service are
being distributed to area house-
holds and small businesses by the
Postal Service. A 40-cent {fif will
be charged to defray the cost of
two-way postage, internal process-
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the new service.
"Stamps By Mail" has been test-
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Deal With Terrorists Criticized
P\RIS-(JTA)-Criticism has mounted here over the safe con-1 made by three Arab ambassadors
duct granted five Arab terrorists who occupied the Saudi Arabian Em- hem
bassy on Sept. 5 and were permitted to leave France on Sept. 6 with
six hostages bound and under gunpoint._____________
Observers noted that this was
above all France wanted to avoid
bloodshed. Foreign Minister Michel
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Rabbi Waldenberg. a member
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I to enjage in writing and issuing
! of Gi!t*n (Jewish divorces) and
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and received citations from na-
iional B'nal B'rith for his "guid-
ance and devotion to the encour- ,
agement of Jewish education for |
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I the first time a Western govern-
ment has permitted armed terror-
ists to get away with hostages. The .. he ..did not beiieve
terrorists landed at Cairo ^rport^^ ^ .^.^ ^ affpct
on >jcpi. o. ,, Trt
THE TERRORISTS and their! Prance's Middle East policy. Ne-
hostages took off from Le-Bourget gotiations for the safe conduct were
Airport aboard a Syrian Caravelle________ --------
I jet. The newspaper Le Monde said
| the decision by French authorities
to give terrorists safe conduct after
they released five other hostages
four French nationals and the Iraqi
Ambassador was highly subject
to criticism."
THEY STRESSED that the en-
tire matter was "a strictly inter-
Arab affair" and specified that the
departing hostages left voluntar-
ily and that the terrorists prom-
ised none of them would be
harmed.
One of the French hostages re-
leased, Mrs Francoise Goussault,
said the terrorist leader was a
35-vear-old Jordanian doctor.
The paper called the distinction
between hostages a "juridicial fie-;
tion." The pro-government daily,
"Le Figaro," said the only solu-
tion to terrorism is the "banish-,
ment of the terrorists by the inter-.
national community."
French officials stressed that
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Thankfulness
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
The bringing of the first fruits,
as described in this week's portion
of the Law, was a glorious spec-
tacle indeed.
Our Rabbis
how unimportant and unpromising
was the beginning of the Jewish
nation. This was the thought con-
tained in the Pilgrim's recital cf
the humble beginnings of his peo
pie. Many must have langhed at
their hopes; it hardly seemed pos-
sible that they would ever amount
to much.
vividly describe
this impressive
procession of
Jews from every'
part of Pales-
tine, streaming
toward Jeru-
salem to offer
their baskets
containing the
first fruits of
farms, orchards
and vineyards
into the Sanc-
tuary. Even
King Agrippa
was duty bound to place a basket
of purest gold upon his shoulder
and head the procession toward the
Temple.
tru. me dii-wcuii v*vj w w.-
Here the Pilgrims would present i the holy city of Jerusalem with
their fruit to the Priest in Thanks- \ its Yesivas, universities, operas,
giving for the Lord's blessing. In theaters,
the prayer of gratitude there ap- JjT
pears this most significant pa*
It is our privilege and duty to
thank G-d for having uplifted us
Rabbi April
Similarly, in 1900 many people
jeered at the hopes of some ideal-
istic Jews who set out to rebuild
the Jewish National Homeland.
Will you ever have a large
army? A mighty Navy?'' they ridi-
culed.
But those idealists were not dis-
couraged. They remembered the
ancient Pilgrim's recital.
Patiently and painstakingly they
struggled and toiled, and today we
have, thank G-d, three million Jews
in Israel. We have made a place
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it forbidden to eat
meat and dairy foods together?
Basically, the rabbis in the Tal-
mud have derived this from a
verse in the Bible where boiling
a kid in its mother's milk (Exo-
dus 23:19) (Exodus 34:26) (Deut.
14:21) (Chulin 113A) is prohibited
Those who are concerned with
supplying reasons for Biblical
commandments offer a number of (
explanations.
Some contend that meat and
dairy products are two different
species in the creation. Mixing the
two would be erasing the idenity
of the species. This would be con-1
trary to the design of 'he Creator
who created every species expect-
ing each to retain its identity.
The Kabbalists contend that to
mix meat and dairy products would
be a means of denying the Almigh-
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for the downtrodden and persecut- ty's design interesting the^world.j
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A wonderful model coun-
which is marveled by all the
people of the world.
sage: "A wandering Armenian was
my father and he went down to
Egypt and sojourned there. Few
in number and he became there a
nation great, mighty and popu-
lous".
This prayer was said to stress
for having uplifted
from the ashes of Auschwitz and
Treblenka, to the heights of Sov-
ereignty and Nationhood, from
the hopelessness of Galuth to the
curitv of a National Home.

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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Savo
"And it shall be when thou art come in unto the land ."
(Chapters XXVI. XXIX, 8)
F^jRST FRUITS AND TITHES Moses concluded the legal
section of his discourse with an account of th? liturgical cere-
monies to be performed in the Promised Land at the presentation
of the first fruits and after the triennial distribution of tithes.
The first fruits were to be brought before the priest in the cen-
tral sanctuary. The donor was then to recite a prayer of thanks-
giving recalling how God had delivered his ancestors from Egypt
and had brought the new generation to a land flowing with milk
and honey. After the tithe had been distributed each third year
for charitable purposes, the donor was to offer a prayer in which
he declared that he had obeyed the commandment to set aside
the tithe for the Levtte stranger, orphan and widow and invoked
God's blessing upon the people and the land.
CEREMONIES ON MT. EBAL AND MT. GERIZIM Moses
and the elders instructed the people to observe four solemn cere-
monies once they had crossed the Jordan. Fir^t. they were to
erect large stones on Mt. Eba! and inscribe clearly on them all
the words of the law. Second, they were to build an altar of un-
hewn stones an-1 sacrifice both burnt and peace offerings the
sacrificial meal which followed the latter was to be eaten in an
atmosphere of rejoicing. Third, the acceptance of the law was
to be ratified by the twelve tribes in the following manner: six
tribes were to stand upon Mt. Gerizim to represent the blessings
and six upon uft. Ebal to represent the curses.
REWARD ANDPUNISHMENT The people had frequently
been warned of the consequence of disobedience. Now that they
were about to enter ihe Promised Land, Moses felt it was his
duty to lay even greater emphasis on the choice with which they
were faced. The observance of God's commandments would bring
numerous blessings, including the enjoyment of prosperity and
happiness in the city and field and in their off-pring. crops, cat-
tle, harvest and daily toil; they would defeat any attacker and
gain supremacy over other nations.
Moses now began his third and final discourse. He appealed
to Israel to obey God who had Watched over them in F^v-pt and
during their wanderings in the wilderness until the very moment
he was adi them.
Others claim that harmony of man's
own being would be upset.
Some even try to indicate that
there would be a sort of chemical
reaction. There are also those who
contend that man would abort
moral perfection because the dis-
cipline of keeping the two kinds
of food apart leads to man's holi-
ness.
There are also those who con-
tend that milk is a by-product of
the blood and eating milk and
meats would be like eating blood
with meats.
Whv is it that even cooking
the two together is prohibited
even if one doesn't eat the mix-
ture?"
The language of the prohibition
in the Torah is actually phrased
by stating the law against cooking
the kid in its mother's milk. Some
indicate that this used to be a
means of idol worship. Thus, Jew=
are prohibited from imitating this
practice.
Others claim that this is an act
of cruelty because it would dull the
sensitivitv of the human heart bv
actually destroying the mother and
the child together in one gulp or
in one pot.
What is Judaism's
toward homosexuals?
attitude
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Sept. 16 Ch. 4, 3:30 a.m. The First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Sept. 16 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Temple Ner Tamid
Sept. 16 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom
Miami Beach
Topic. "Learning How to Pray"
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In the Bible homosexuality is
outlawed and declared to be most
undesirable (Leviticus 20:13)
.Leviticus 18:22). The fact that
the Bible outlaws it indicates that
i he Bible was aware of its exist-
ence among other people. Homo-
sexuality is considered a viola-
tion of the will of the Almighty
who created mankind as a "male
ind female" specie. This is wh\
the Book of Genesis makes it a
point to describe creation of man
and his matewoman. Homosex-
uality would, therefore, be con-
sidered uMiatural. Whatever is
unnatural obviously defeats the
purpose of the Creator. Jewish
tradition, therefore, regards
homosexuality not merely as an
ordinary sin but also as an
abominable act on the part of
j man.
Miami-Pade Chorus
The Department of Music of
Miami Dade Community College.
' South extends an invitation to col-
lege students, hi ill school students
and adults in the community to
, hecome a part of the Community
Chorus which meets Tuesdays from
7:15-9:45 p.m. in 5108. Members of
the chorus read and perform choral
literature. Forrest McGinley is the
director,
Sanctuary a> -"...... .
Mitzvah: David, son of Mr. and Ml a.
Martin Scheffel. Torah Lesson-
Tavo."
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 8
Friduv 8:15 n m Sermon "I*5fl ""'
the Eneriry Crisis" Saturday Ua.ni.
liar MUzvah: Eric Frank, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Jacobs.
8ETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Aye.
Modern Traditional. Rabtl Max 8ha- ,
piro. Cantor Lecn Segal.
8ETH TOV (rempre). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. RaMi Charles
Rubil. Cantor Sevmour Hinkea. 8 .
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml- I
ami. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot 10
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "The Recent
Humanist Manifesto: Do We Need to
Solve Our World Problems?"
ISRAELITE CENTER, iiro SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Paul J
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 8W 16th 8t.
Conservative. Rabbi David Baron.
Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
*>/ Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
ZION (Temprei. 9000 miner Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Holfman. IS
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Reslstine
Trends Bar Mitzvah: Itene daught-
er of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Green-
baum. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Sed-
rah of the W>'- "
MUM
TIFERETH JAvuo v Temple). 51 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek <
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rep. William Lehman
guest speaker. Saturday 9 a.m. Brunch
and discussion to follow services.
HOKIH Ml Am.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum 85
XIIAmi BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthodox
Ra*r.i Morde-ai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 2P
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon Kronish
Plntnr riftv'H Crnviver 21
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Does D>>-
-t.. \v->' Mie Soviet rinlnn Roriulre
'First. Human Detente'?" Satunl.iv
":4". a in Bar Mltsvah: Jon, sun of
Mr. an.! Mrs. <;.....ui- Simon,
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. sj
OETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBReW CONGPEGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwalg. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed 23A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rhbbi Irvino
Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMyT"24O0 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause.
way. North Say Village. COnserva.
tive.' Cantor Murray Yavneh. S2-A
AGUDAS ACh7m~NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION, 707 5th St., Ml.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
decai Chaimovits.
NORTH MIAKI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN. (Temple). 102*
N.E. Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor
Ian Alpern. 33
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Mm Lip-
schitz. Cantor JacoU B Menderson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 146' NW 183rd St,
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O.
Zwelling. Canter "'' Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple), ot NOKTH DADS
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Klngsiey. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. S7
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:30 a.m.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Avenue. Orthodox 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171tt St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossewaxy. Si
C0*4k GABLts
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Rabbi Michael B. Elsenstat. Cantor
Rita Shore. .. *0
Fridav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath
Bride." Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bar Mltr.-
vah: Glenn, son of Dr. and Mrs. David
Sommers.
7 a MORA (Tempiej. 44 Zamera Ava,
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hlllel Brummer.
41
SUKTSIDl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. M
ran iai/dudum
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Phillip
A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pirl
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur ./.
Abrama. Cantor Jerome Klement 41
POMPAN0 KAOt
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER S10I
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Tempt*). 1S2 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renser.
HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEJ"
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ava,
Rabbi Harry M.. 8chwarta, Cantos-
Jacob Danz'oer
HOLLYWOOD 1
BETH EL (temple). 135* S .4th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 46
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
t*ur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
N.alaviky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Tempie). izoi Johnson St.*
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 41
TEMPLE BETH AHM, Conservative,
310 SW. 62nd Avenue, Hollywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
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CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. (Conservative). 3501
University Or, Coral Springs.
Rabbi Max Weitz.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 6100
Sheridan Street. Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazln.
MataUMI
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th 8t
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Orazin.
Cnfnr Abraham Keter
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 183
NE 8th St., Homestead. Conserva-
tive. 5C
Friday 8 i>.m. Saturday :' a.m.
Gross.
25
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17 ELUL 7:06
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CONG. AN.NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy) 7th St. and Meridian
Ave orthodox. Rabbi Abraham B=n-
Hlllel. 26.A
J*C ', COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Mever Engel oa
KE.!EJH ,SRAEI- 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. i
Cantor Abraham Sei/. 27 i
MENORAH rumpni. 020 75th St '
Cons-rvat,ve. Rahbi Maver Abram- 1
owit*. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28 !
i' m (no late services.) Sat- <
urday 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Abel, son
Ot Mr, ami Mrs Morris Salk.
NER TAMID CTemniev 80th St ane
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed
ward Klein.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber-
man. 3t
SEPHAROIC JtW!:-l CENTET. 646
CoUins Ave. Rabbi Sadi NahmLia. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Avo. nabbi Avrobom
Gronsr. jj
Hadassak Units
Plan Programs
Miami Bearh Chapter of Hadas-
the Algiers Hotel at 10 a.m. Mon-
day. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz will pre-
side.
The Royal Maccabees Group
meeting at Financial Savings 755
Washington Ave. is slated for 8
p.m. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, presi-
^n"t of th Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah, will be guest speaker.
Natanya Group meeting at Wins-
Towers 100 Auditorium at 25*
174th St.. is set for Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Molly Lipsky will preside.
Triton Towers Group meeting
will be held at 12:30 p.m. in the
Triton Hall Auditorium. A film,
"Goal is Peace," will be shown.
Mrs. Hannah Winawer will preside.
ORT Chapter Convenes
The Miami Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of Women's Amer-
ican CRT regular monthly meet-
ings will convene Thursday, Sept.
20, at 7:45 p.m. at the Chase Fed-
eral, 425 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Tho
film "The Mellah," will be shown.


Friday, September 14, 1973
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Tell Authorities Opposite of What You Mean |S2S E
By EPHRALM KISHON
"It's fantastic!" How do you
do it?"
"What?"
"How do you manage to get
everything from the authorities?"
"That's my secret."
"Come on!"
"I simply play the pairs com-
bination."
"What's that?"
"ITS VERY simple. Let's take
a fairly routine matter: the other
week I promised my brother-in-
law to get him a permit to open
a music academy in Ness Ziona.
Whom does that depend on would
Iyou say?"
"Sapir."
"Ri"ht. What would you have
Idone?"
"I would have applied to him."
"Very bad. Sapir has no ear for
lusic. All his notes are sour."
"So whom should one apply to?"
"To rhir-h obviously."
"To Chich?"
"Yes. to Chich. You must per-
iadc him to oppose the Ness
Jiona music academy."
"1 just don't understand. Let's
assume you've got Chich against
It. Then what?"
"So Rabinowitz will be pro."
"That stands to reason."
"AND IF Rabinowitz is pro,
Ihen Yeshayahu is pro too. be-
cause they pull the same strings.
Jut if Yeshayahu supports some-
ling, Peres will vote against it,
wiii-c of the Lavon affair,
right?"
K'uhon
"It's very simple. Let's take a fairly
routine matter: tbe other week I
promised my brother-in-law to get
him a permit to open a music
academy in Ness Ziona. Whom
do you say that depends on?"
"Right."
"Wait! If Peres is con Allon
must be pro. according to the
book. And if Allon is plus, Rabin
is minus as a matter of course."
"And if Rabin is for, Eban is
against?"
"Bravo, I can see you're catch-
ing on! So what's the next step
in the pairs combination?'
"Dayan is against."
"Correct. He is allergic to
Eban. But if Dayan is against,
Bar-Lev is for. because they
sharp common Army memories.''
"That figures."
"AND THEN Almogi is con,
because of the stabilization of
prices and other holy cows. But
if Almogi is con, Ben-Aharon is
at once hysterically pro. And
then Avraham Ofer is automat-
ically con. And Sharef at once
pro. And if Sharef is pro, Sapir
is con from force of habit."
"Just a second; you said you
wanted to get Sapir's support!"
"Wait! If Sapir is against the
academy, Shapiro leans towards
supporting it, because of the dif-
ferences between them regarding
the purchase of land in the terri-
tories. And if Shapiro supports,
Golda supports, too. And if Golda
is pro. Sapir is pro as well, and
that's that."
"Marvelous! It's really so sim-
ple. You're a genius!"
THAT'S WHAT they say."
"Well, what's with the Ness
Ziona music academy?"
"Aw, leave me alone, for the
first time in my life I was sty-
mied."
"What happened?"
"Eban went to Brazil."
"Damn!"
"Up to Rabin, everything went
according to schedule. He was
acainst as planned, because Allon
was in favor. But suddenly Eban
[ichael Scheck Is Hiliel Dav School's New President
[Michael Scheck has been elected ,
succeed Dr. Joel B. Dennis as
fsident of the Hiliel Community
by School of North Dade and '
luth Broward for the 1973-74
lar. Dr. Dennis has served as
Resident since the school's incep-'
|>n in 1970.
|Scheck is the owner and presi- \
of Sweet Paper Co., and is !
member of Beth Torah Congre-
ion and the North Dade Opti- |
Club.
rScheck has been involved in the
idath Yeshurun
letains Cantor
ICantor Ian K. Alpern has been
gained as cantor by Temple
|ath Yeshurun. 1025 NE Miami
rdens Dr., North Miami Beach.
?an*or Alpern, who previously
Ted Beth Israel Congregation
[Randallstown, Md., is a gradu
of Oberlin Conservatory oi
|sic. and of the Jewish Theolog-
Seminary of America. He also
lied voice for one year at the
rar'.eum, Salzburg. Austria.
BWrior to his cantorial training,
Houred the southern and south-
^t< i parts ol the counUy with
"ServnadeTS," a male quartet
W the aegis of Columbia Con-
Artist Management.
ftanter Alpern will be starting
Jew and exciting music program
the Adath Yefhuiun Hebrew
Sool. The children will be
ght from a personally devel-
Ed and tested music curriculum
the Heb-ew school.
development and growth of Hiliel,
ince it, beginning and has served |
on the board of governors and the ;
executive board as vice president I
at large. He served as chairman
of the annual Tubby Boots all-star
benefit show and is a member of
the permanent site cemmittee for
* projected new facility in Sep-
tember of 1974.
Other officers elected are Irving
Kuttler, vice president; Mrs. Leon-
ard Schreiber, secretary and Ar- j
thur Lipson, treasurer.
Elected as vice presidents of the :
executive committee were Irving
Canner. Irving Cirulnick, Dr. Joel
B. Dennis, Dr. Lee Duffner, Sam i
Fox, Ben Genad, Herbert Gold,
Dr. Murray Kane, Theodore Ler- !
ner, Dr. Meron I.evltats, Leonard
Schreiber. Saul Schreiber, Dr. Ar-
nold Sheir, Judge Arthur Winton,
William Wolowitz and Morton
Zemel.
Rabbi Dov Bidnick is in his sec-
ond year as principal of the school
and Marshall Baltuch serves as
executive director.
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dropped out of vhe game and
turned the combination into im-
pair."
"How?"
"Since Rabin was con. Dayan
was forced, with no Eban in the
middle, to come out in favor.
And if Dayan is pro, Bar-Lev is
again con. Bar-Lev con, Almogi
pro. Almogi pro, Ben-Aharon con.
Ofer for, Sharef against. Sapir
pro, Shapiro con. Golda con, Sa-
pir con. Ness Ziona is left with-
out higher musical education."
"SHOWS HOW caretul you
have to be! What are you going
to do now?"
"I'll try to make Chich sup-
port the academy, and start a
second round."
"And what if Eban unexpect-
edly drops back into his slot?"
"Then I'll rope in Galiii."
"Good luck."
"Thanks."
Translated Hy Yohanan (iiililmaii
By arrangement with "Ma'arlv"
St. Petersburg
The Department of Florida. Jew-
| ish War Veterans, will hold its
! quarterly council of administration
i meeting at the Ramada Inn (U.S.
19 South at 36th Ave). in St. Pe-
J tersburgh Sundav at 9:30 a.m.
State Commander M. Jay Ber-
1 liner has announced that delegates
from 24 posts in Florida will hear
special reports on Ku Klux Klan
activities in the state. An election
for department trustees will also
be held.
Senior vice commander Harold
C. Uhr will conduct a workshop
session Saturday at 2:30 p.m. for
state and post officers on communi-
cations and relationships among
I JWV echelons.
JWVs St. Petersburg Post will
i sponsor a civic banquet to honor
national commander Ainp.lce R.
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Mayor Randolph Wedding of St.
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Miami, Florida Friday,. September 14, 1973
Section B
Ex-ZOA Chief Says Kissinger
Nomination May ])e Impediment
Tom Cohen (left), chairman of the South Florida High Holi-
day Israel Bonds Appeals program, and Dr. Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom and national cam-
paign cochainnan for Israel Bonds, display the poster to
be used as part of this year's campaign to raise funds to
create jobs for Russian Jews in Israel.
$1 Million For Soviet Jews
Is South Florida Bonds Goal
The period of the Jewish High
Holidays will be marked by a spe-
cial effort in South Florida syna-
gogues to provide economic re-
sources through Israel Bonds to
create employment opportunities
for the new immigrants from the
Soviet Union.
South Florida congregations and
their spiritual leaders have tradi-
tionally made the High Holidays
of Rosh Hashanah (New Year) and
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
the occasion for concentrated ac-
tivity on behalf of the Israel Bonds
campaign.
The beginning of the Jewish
New Year 5734 will be observed
on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 27
and 28, with the observance of
Yom Kippur taking place on Sat-
urday, Oct. 6.
Tom Cohen, chairman of the
South Florida High Holiday Israel
. sized the mobilization of large-
scale financial resources for ex-
panding Israel's economy through
the sale of Israel Bonds was a mat-
* i of critical urgency for the in-
tegration of more than 30.000 Rus-
sian Jews expected to emigrate
t, Israel this ye i
Once the Russian Jews arrive in
Israel, they must have an oppor-
tunity to work and become self-
supporting as quickly as possible.
It costs $10,000 to create a job in
Israel for a Russian immigrant,
and the State of Israel has asked
the South Florida community to
raise $1 million during the High
Holidays to create 100 of these
jobs, Cohen explained.
Milton M. Parson, executive di-
rector of the South Florida Israel
Bond Organization, expressed con-
fidence that the High Holiday ap-
peals will meet with the request
of the Israeli government.
The High Holiday effort marks
the opening of the Fall phase of
the Israel Bond campaign, the
most intensive period of the year,
he noted, and since the inception
of the Israel Bond program in
1951, synagogues throughout the
United States and Canada have
maintained the tradition of eco-
nomic support as well as spiritual
kinship with the people of Israel.
j Rally for Israel
On September 20
A rally for Israel under the aus-
pices of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation will be held Thursday, Sept.
20. at 7:30 p.m. in the Fontaine-
1 bleau Hotel.
Theme of the evening will be
Israel and the Middle East Today
Peace and Prosperity in 5734?"
Eyewitness reports will be pre-
i sented by Dr. Leon Kronish, Dr.
Sol Stein and Moe Levin.
The affair will also serve as a
welcoming reception for the Hon.
Jacob Goren, new Consul of Is-
rael for the Southeast.
HOUSTON, Tex. (WNS)
The nomination of Dr. Henry A.
Kissinger as Secretary of State,
the Watergate affair and the en-
ergy crisis were all viewed at the
76th annual convention of the
Zionist Organization of America as
situations which could adversely
affect United States support of
Israel.
Rabbi Max Nussbaum, of Holly-
wood, Calif., a former ZOA presi-
dent, warned that Kissinger may
feel obliged to placate Arab de-
mands "in order to show his Jew-
ishness does not make him a par-
tisan to the conflict."
WHILE PRAISING Kissinger as
"capable and brilliant" and ap-
plauding his nomination. Rabbi
Nussbaum said he wished Kissinger
had been appointed Secretary of
State "after a peace seitlement be-
tween Israel and the Arabs had
been accomplished."
Another former ZOA president,
Jacques Torczyner, of New York,
said President Nixon's loss of
power and prestige as a result of
Watergate may cause Congressional
leaders favoring a more isolation-
ist policy "to seek a reduction in
U.S. military and diplomatic back-
ing of Israel."
The ZOA urged President Nixon
and Congress to "initiate a crash
program for the development of
all alternate sources of domestic
energy to forestall the possibility
that the Arab nations may use the
U.S dependence on Middle East
oil as lever to influence American
foreign policy in the area."
THE ZOA also passed resolu-
tions urging international actions
against terrorism, opposing a solu-
tion to the Middle East conflict
fxcept by direct negotiations be-
tween Israel and the Arab states.
condemning the harassment of S->
viet Jews seeking to emigrate to
Israel, urging the U.S. to support
Israel with its veto in the Secur-
ity Council when unjust measures
are used against Israel, and urging
the International Olympics Com-
mittee not to select the Soviet
Union as the site for the 1980
Olympics because of the treatment
of Israeli athletes and Soviet Jew.j
at the World University Games in
Moscow.
Roosevelt Lodqe Meetinq
Roosevelt Lodge irl77, Knight*
of Pythias, meets the first, thirl
and fifth Monday of each month
at 8 p.m. in Pythian Hall, 4601 W.
Flagler St., according to an an-
nouncement made by Bernard
Reed, committee chairman, and
Emanuel Gussow, secretary.
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HEBREW UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT :**
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Friday, September 14, 1973
Dr. Plotkin To Appear At
Capital for Israel Brunch
______a manv in 1921. and emigrated
For Dinner Honoring Robbie
Ambassador Avraham Harman.
resident of the Hebrew University
,i Jerusalom, will fly to Miami
HARRY A. LtVY
Binch to bestow an Honorary Fel
lowsMp upon Joseph Robbie.
general manauinj partner of the
Mi.kl cbampiOfl Miami Dolphins.
al the Nov. 5 Torch of Learning
Dicner at the DeauvlUe Hotel.
Announcement of Ambassador
Barman's participation was made
by J. Bernard Shumate and Harry
A i Hap) Levy, cochairman of the
community dinner of tribute
honoring Robbie. The event also
will mark the establishment of the
Physical Education and Physical
Fitness Center at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in memory of the 11 Israeli
athletes slain at the 1972 Olym-
pics in Munich. German)
Harman. who served as ambas-
sador of Israel to the United States
from 1959 to 1968. guided his na-
tion's relations with America din-
ing the critical days before, dur-
ing and after the Six-Day War of
June, 1967.
Reservations for the S500-a-
couple dinner honorinK Robbie may
be made at the local offices of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University
Shumate and Levy said a cross
section of the top leadership of
South Florida is being Invited to
serve on the dinner committee "in
this most meaningful means ol
honoring one of our community's
most prominent citizens and creat-
ing a perpetual memorial to the
Israelis slain during the Olympics."
* ____- msa in 1921. and emigrated with
DT. Arieb L "gft^SBE E family to Pa.estine in 1935.
lecturer and expir < recognized authority on inter-
BW ^ATWU" naUonal 'relations, international
for Isr.el brunch Sunday. Sept. 23. Iaw and comparative government,
tie Fontamebleau Hotel. Miami he was the first Israel, citizen to
at ,h.e ro be admitted to Princeton Umver-
,Jeacn ,, th .jtv's Woodrow Wilson School of
Dr. Plotkin. MW J* JJ" Public and International Affairs,
from which he obtained the degree
of Master in Public Affairs.
United States in connection w tn
a research project, recently ie-
turned from a pUffM to Is-
rael. Tom Cohen, chairman of tin
CFl brunch, said this week.
Dr Plotkin. who will speak on
1. .. Mwldln
Dr. Plotkin was a member of the
Jewish self-defense organization,
the Haganah. and served as an
Dr. Plotkin. ,vo w,"~E ic. Tn hoInlelliMnce Corps of
,ri^"-"-fc U* MM Force,__
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Freed ma n Genera] Chairman of 3rd
Annual International Folk Festival
Miami public relations consultant
Moils Freedman has been named
by the Miami City Commission to
serve for the third time as gen
eral chairman of the city-sponsored
Mi; mi International Folk Festival.
Also i-uappointed to the Festival
Committee for the 1974 event
were Haul Ballester, Gloria Basila.
Susan Elmoie. Shiriu<-1 Fershko.
Maria Gerner, Betty Hayes. Ellen
Heidt. Jay Jensen. Cyrus Jolli-
vette. Helen Konizamanys. Rev.
John P. Nagy, Elizabeth Pittman.
Wellington Rolle, Anita Sapoznik.
Noa Swan and William Stirrup.
The third annual festival will
in May 30. Due to its popu-
larity during its first two years.
Ik event, at the request of the
City Commission, will continue
throughout the month of June,
featuring songs, dances, instru-
mental music, food booths, arts
and crafts and sporting events.
During the 1973 festival, held
May 31 June 8. the giant "Pa-
rade of Nations" had participants
representing 45 different nation-
alities.
Miami International Folk Festi-
val was created through a resolu
tion offered by Miami City Com-
missioner Rose Gordon and ap-
proved unanimously by other
members of the City Commission
in November, 1971. Freedman and
all othor members of the Festival
Committee serve as unpaid volun-
teers.
Off. ARfCN I. PlOTKlN
Photography Class
For Little Folk
Forming At T
The VM YU'HA of Greater Mi-
ami is offering a series of phntog
raphy classes for young people this
Fall. Aimed at providing under
ttandsBg of cameras and how to
use them, the classes are being of
fen (I by the "Y" in cooperation
with camera stoics throughout
.Miami.
In addition to classes for young
people alone, a special class for
rarent and child will be offered
Here, the parent will be guided
through more advanced areas of
picture taking while the child will
shoot along" with dad or mom.
Other classes offered in photog-1
raphy are beginners and interim'-'
diate level instruction for teens and
adults. For the more advanced pho-
tographer a course consisting of \
actual shooting assignment rang-1
ing from animals, babies, and fash-'
ion to sports, underwater and
others.
For information on these classes
call or write Y Photo Classes."
8500 SW 8th St.. Miami 33144.
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LikcAandB-l,B-2and
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WORLDWIDE SPONSOR OF REFORM LIBERAL JUDAISM,
INVITES YOUR PARTICIPATION AND WORSHIP.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
1ST N. E. 19th Street
Oh. JOSEPH R. NAROT. Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF. Assoc Rabbi
R03ERT ORKANO. Assistant Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN. Cantor
Services every Friday evening at 8 o'clock
MIDWEEK HEBREW CLASSES IN NORTH
AND SOUTH OADE COUNTY
NORTH AND SOUTH BUS SERVICE
AVAILABLE FOR RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SUNOAY MORNINGS
A foil proqram for adults
For Temple Affilation. Religious School
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Its Congregational Family
NURSERYRELIGIOUS AND HEBREW SCHOOL
ADULT EDUCATION AND YOUTH GROLP5
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Adjacent to Kendal1 and Cora1 Cj'.''m
Phone 667-5587
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Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
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Pnone 667-5657
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The Reform Congregation of North Dade
1BS01 N.E. 32 Avenue. Nsrth Miami Beac-i
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Rabbi Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Kenneth J. Schwartz. President
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:1:i p.m.
Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.
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FLORIDA CHAPTER, SOCIETY OF FELLOWS
Mrs. Myron Cohen To Chair
Miami Beach Division
Louise (Mrs, Myron H.) Cohen
has been appointed chairman of
the Miami Beach nivision of the
Florida Chapter of The Society
of Fellows of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. The ap-
pointment was announced bv Ben
and Richard Essen, state chairmen
of the Society of Fellows.
Mrs. Cohen has a remarkable
record of community service. She
holds membership in the Jewish
Home for the Agcd-Douslas Car-
dens. Hadassah, Variety Children's
Hospital and Brandeis where she
has been actively engaged in their
membership and fund-raising ac-
tivities. She is also an active mem-
ber of Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood and the Gold Coast Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women.
Recently retired after serving
as president of the Suncoast Chap-
ter of Women's American ORT,
Mrs. Cohen is at present social
assistance vice president of the
region. She was honored by Israel
Bonds as the Woman of Valor in tional programs. Members of the!
1972, and only recently as the Society sponsor special events in!
Woman of the Year by Women's' the interest of the Anti-Defama-
American ORT. j tion League and attend ADL con-
Prior to taking on these activi-: *~S n fccia' PWms in
ties in our area, Mrs. Cohen per-1 the United btatos and abroad-
formed outstanding volunteer serv-1
ices in New York with the St.
Joseph's Hospital in Far Rocka
to promote ADL's local and na-!
way, and many other civic and
charitable organizations. She brings
Lillian Eisner To Discuss
Work Done By Older People
At the Thursday, Sept. 20, meet-
with her a tremendous amount of ing of the Spinoza Forum, Lillian
enthusiasm and experience which j Eisner will discuss the "RSVP"
will be a most valuable asset in program for senior citizens with
the Society of Fellows 1973 cam-1 slides illustrating the work done
paign in Miami Beach.
The Society of Fellows is a lead-
ership group whose members work
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be no meeting Thursday, Sept. 27.
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4 cups diced potatoes
3 cups diced apples
Va cup chopped onion
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Vi teaspoon cinnamon
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+Je*ist rhridfor______
Friday. September 14, 1S73
Levys to Receive Masada Award
Harry A. (Hap) and Davids Levj
will receive tiie "Israel Masada
. I" a! Temple Emajm Bfs Is-
rael Dinner of State to be held Sat-
urday, Oct 13, at the FottaraeBreat
Hotel. Miami Beach.
In announcing the selection.
Hilton m. Parson, executive di-
>r of the South Florida 1-
Bond Organizatilon, said the l.< vj
were chosen for their outstanding
service and contribution to the
State of Israel and to Israel Bonds.
The "Israel Masada Award" com-
memorating the 1900th anniver-
sary of the heroic defense of the
Jewish fortress of Masada. the last
Jewish stronghold to fall in the
Roman conquest of Palestine, was
created by the worldwide Israel
Bond Organization to acknowledge
outstanding leadership and notable
achievement in fortifying the foun-
dations of Israel.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, ex-
pressed pride that the Levys will achem M. Schnoerson to all
be the first recipients of the .ward | branches of the ataim Lmyonei
in South Florida The Levys were
v|ce chairman oJ Temple Emami-
El's Dinner of State last year.
'Hap"" Levy, a -.ailuate of the
University <>i Miami and it< School
0f l ;iu is a number of the hoard
of governors of the South Florida
Israel Bond Organization, vice
president of the dealer Miami
Merkos Offers Free Day Care
ln response to the call made by ^a^dente^Jdtoin-
the LubavitcberBebbe, Rabbi Men- J**" houl..s%tudy of the
Chinuch to lather young children
and imbue them with lave and de-
votion to their Torah heritage.The
local Merkos office is sponsoring
a day care program in seven
Greater Miami locations which
will be free of charge during the
month of Elul.
Fifty per
cent of the co^t of
by adding an hour's study of the
subject each evening.
Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch is the
educational arm of the Lubavit-
cher' Mdvement, which launched
B worldwide campaign to use all
possible methods to reach Jc
youth with the message of Judaism,
two years ago._________________:
Sunday School in Kendale
The Conservative Congregation
president of the lireater .maim Fifty per cent o. .,- KonA.,\0 i -.kes is organizing its
Jewish Federation, and was the this program wilb,iota^written ^^^rnni>nei, !
recipient of the Youn
Award in 1970.
HARRY A. and DAVIDA UVf
State AFL-CIO President
Histadrut Unit Chairman
Levy was a committee member
of the Israel Silver Anniversary
Dinner last May under the auspices
of Israel Bonds, and served as last
year's campaign chairman for the
Combined Jewish Apeal. He is
president of the South Florida
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, a member of the Florida
Bar Association, and an associate
of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Davida Levy is a life member of
Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood, a
board member of the South Florida
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, and an
Charlie Harris, state president The trade union councils member of the Greater Mi-
VtfSGSA*SSB: 2Ln^Wi -wish Federation.
Trade Union Council for Histadrut, rael and for Histadrut, which with
the Israel General Federation of more than 1.1 million members .s
Labor which operates a nationwide | Israel's largest organization.
network of medical, educational: offices for the Florida Trade
and welfare agencies in the Jew- Umon council for Histadrut have
ish state. becn established in Suite 388. 420
the American Trade Union Coun- j
dl for Histadrut. Irving Gordon of The Florida AFL-CIO passed a
Miami Beach will serve as execu- ^^"^^ent J
live director of the Florida Trade Flori|a Trade ijnion Council for
Council, and will work closely with Histadrut. Harris was installed by
Gregory J. Bardackc of New York, | Bardacke in ceremonies held in
national executive director. Tallahassee._________________
,,v ,he Rebbe, according to Rabbi Sunday SMffogim There will
Abraham Korf director of the lo- be registration Sunda>. *oi i-ir-
l office which is also sponsor ther Information call Sue Kurzban
ing Shiurei Erev, a program for or Sharon Banyan.____________
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro is
president of the Temple Emanu-El
congregation.
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Synagogue Women's League
Maps Two-Day Confab Here
One-hundred-and-fifty women
synagogue leaders, comprising the
national and regional leadership of
the Women's League for Conserva-
tive Judaism, will meet in a two- i
day conference on Jewish Family
Survival on Sept. 18 and 19 at the
Eden Roc Hotel in Miami Beach
to consider the disturbing deterior-
ation in Jewish family life today
and to map countermeasures.
Mrs. Henry N. Rapaport, na-
tional president of the organiza-
tion, declared that 'through these
deliberations, we hope to recom- \
mend constructive steps which can!
be taken by our 800 Sisterhoods
to improve the quality of Jewish
family life in our times. That is
our conference objective.
'The Jewish family must be.
healthy, Jewishly, if it is to sur-j
vive Jewishly," she said.
"While we are concerned with
the quality of life generally, as I
all American women should be, we
shall at this conference try to pin-
point and provide our leadership
with the basic ingredients for
building a happy and successful
Jewish family life structure. It
will have to be one which our
young people can understand and
accept, and will want to pass on
to succeeding generations."
The conference will attempt to
isolate and grapple with the prob-
lems which challenge Jewish fam-
ily survival today and it will focus
on such questions as:
How does the emerging role
of today'- woman with its many
conflicts affect Jewish family life?
In a period of changing fam-
ily relationships, what should our
goals be as Jewish women?
What are irreductible and en-
children?
What are irreductible and en-
during Jewish values which we
must transmit to our children with-
in our Jewish family structure so
that they do not discard them un-
der peer pressure?
How can we help our chil-
dren make decisions for Jewish
Cedars Auxiliary
Launches Season
A petite luncheon and cham-
pagne punch welcoming new mem-
bers will open the Cedars of Leba-
non Auxiliary's fall programs Tues-
day noon in the hospital's new
South Building.
Mrs. Doran Zinner, president,
will present a slide-show "Volun-
teers-in-Action," a candid docu-
mentary" of auxiliary aides at work
in the hospital; Isabel Mustard
the hospital's vice president of
planning, will talk on the psycho-
logical use of fabric and furniture
colors in a health care center.
Cheri Fox, membership chair-
man, and Mrs. Sandy Sparber are
in charge of the luncheon-program.
Parking for members and guests
will be available in the new seven-
story parking garage, on NW 14th
Street at 12th Avenue.
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strengthening the family?
What is it about the Jewish
family that we hope will survive?
Mrs. Rudolph Astor of West Rox-
bury, Mass., who is coordinator of
training services for Women's
League, is acting as chairman of
the National Planning Committee
for the conference.
In Florida, the Host Branch
Committee is being chaired by Mrs.
Arthur Brown and Mrs. Jack'Wolf-
stein, both from Miami Beach. Mrs.
Brown is chairman for program ar-
rangements, and Mrs. Wolfstcin is
chairman for physical arrange-
ments. Serving with them is Mrs.
Herbert Cohen, of Miami Beach,
registration chairman.
Women's League to Hear
Talk on Rosh Hashonali
The first meeting of the season
for the Women's League for Israel,
Florida Chapter, 1200 West Ave.,
will be held in the auditorium on
Thursday, Sept. 20, at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Sara Helfand, program and
education chairman, will speak on
the "Significance of Rosh Hashon-
ah," and Mrs. Rose Glick, coordi-
nator and musical director, will be
in charge of the musical program.
Miami Chapter Technion
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Miami Chapter, Women's Divi-
sion of the American Society for
Technion, will hold its open mem-
bership coffee meeting Friday,
Sept. 21 at 10 a.m., in the Ponce
de Leon Room of the 2121 Ponce
de Leon Bldg.
Dora Hill is chairman of the
day. President of the chapter is
Ellen Baum. An Israeli produced
film, "Out of the Wilderness," will
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Higb Holy Day Services Planned In
30 Local Nursing Homes. Hospitals
Hadassah Units Planning Programs
As part of an expansion pro-
fram begun several months ago.
he Greater Miami Jewish Federa
ion's Community Chaplaincy Sen
ce will soon be conducting High
loly Day services in about 30
diami-area nursing homes and
mspitals.
According to Rabbi Solomon
nhiff. CCS director. The CCS
ervea the spiritual needs of over
0,000 persons a year who are un-
.ffiliated with a synagogue and
vho are confined to hospitals.
lursing homes or correctional in-
tilutions.'
This year the CCS. which is
iponsortd by Federation in associ
ition with the Rabbinical Associa
ion of Greater Miami, will con
Hifil Holiday services in the
oilowing institutions:
Palms and North Miami Conva-
escent Homes: Arch Creek. Chai.
i ntainhcad. Four Freedoms.
liven Briar. Greynolds Park. Hia-
eah, Jackson Heights. Jackson
Manor, Krestview, North Shore.
Roval Glades. Snapper Creek and
Treasure Isle Nursing Homes:
Villa Maria Rehabilitation and
Nursing Home. Sossin Town House,
Heritage House. Hebrew Home for
the Aged.
Also Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter, Mercy, North Miami General.
Parkway, St. Francis and South
Miami Hospitals. Dade County Jail
and Sunland Training Center.
Assisting Rabbi Schiff in this
year's expanded program will be
Rabbis Maxwell Berger (Temple
Zamora. Coral Gables). Joseph A.
Gorfinkel (Temple Beth Moshe.
North Miami). Louis B. Grossman
and Milton Schlinsky (Temple
Adath Yeshurun, North Miami
Beach).
The seven year old CCS. in addi-
tion to serving the religious needs
of institutionalized Jews, "also
lerves as a referral agency for
other Federation seivices as well
as social welfare agencies of the
state and county." said Leo Eisen-
stein. chairman of Federation's
Chaplaincy Advisory Committee.
Miami Beacii Chapter of Hadas
sah boanl meeting will be held at
the Algiers Hotel at 10 a.m. Mon-
day. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz will pre-
side.
The Roval Maccabees (.roup
meeting at Financial Savings. 733
Washtngtoi Ave. is slated tor 8
pjn Monday. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. will be guest
speaker.
Natanya Group meeting at Wins-
Towers ICO Auditorium at 250
174th St.. is set for Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Molly Lipsky will preside.
Triton Towers Group meeting
will be held at 12:30 p.m. in the
Triton Hall Auditorium. A film,
"Goal is Peace,"' will be shown.
.Mrs. Hannah VVinawer will preside.
Is
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whether you brew it in a cup. glass or pot.
When seven handicapped clients
if the Jewish Vocational Service
reported for work recently at
uomestead Air Force Base, they
.eprcsented a first' lor Miami.
The workers janitorial and cus-
odial services contract, which was
negotiated by the JVS, was the
firsl granted in Miami under the
15-month-old Wagner-O'Day Act.
The act is designed to encour-
[n
which are eligible to engage
Wagner-O'Day programs.
The Homestead contract is the
largest contract thus far negotiated
by the Jewish Occupational Coun-
cil, the central Jewish vocational
service agency coordinating JVS-
Wagner-O'Day programming.
JVS operated in cooperation
with "The Committee for the Pur-
chase of Products and Services of
the Blind and Oth?r Severely Han
ige federal government purchasers dicapped." a presidentially ap-
>f products and services of the pointed regulatory committee head-
>Und and other severely handi- quartered in Washington. D.C.
The JVS is one of Federation's
tapped individuals.
The JVS, a beneficiary of both
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
ion's annual Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign and the United Fund of
Dade County, provides vocational
counseling, guidance, training and
lob placement to persons with
physical, social or psychological
handicaps.
To this end. the JVS. which is
located al 318 NW 25th St.. con-
lucts a Sheltered Workshop in
tooperation with tti Florida State
artmenl of Vocational Rehabili-
. in, which retrains and rehahili-
tes handicapped workers, ena-
i ig them to become self-support
I members of the competitive
n market.
The JVS workshop is one of the
i on's 340 Sh 11 .1 Workshops
Hilld Day School
launches Term
With 130 Students
\ get-acquainted membership
nffee was held last Thursday at
he home of Mrs. Barry Seinfeld
in tlv mothers of the children en-
ii!:d in the Hillel Community Day
S o i with over 130 students in
. sery through eighth grade.
The first PTA meeting was held
i the school lunch room Tuesday.
The parents had the opportunity
( neet the teachers and to learo
.ibi ul the new programs in the
school from Rubbi Dov Bidnick.
;i incipal.
PT.Vs major projects this year
i i !ude a cookie sale in October, a
book circus November 5 to 9. a
boutique luncheon Dec. 6. a Chan-
Uknh candle sale, an annual fash-
ipn show at the Eden Roc Hotel
Feb. 7, a Pesach candy sale and
sale. The proceeds of these
projects will go toward the expan-
sion of the audio visual depart-
in snt and scholarship funds.
PTA officers for 1973-74 arc Mrs.
Barry Silverman, president; Mrs.
Michael Seheck, Mrs. Arthur Lip-
-on and Mrs. Mark Feldman, vice
)n sidents: Mrs. Merrill Cohen and
Mrs. Barry Seinfeld, secretaries,
and Mrs. Lee Duffner. treasurer
Mrs. Melvyn Drucker is immediate
.;i-t president.
22 Miami based beneficiaries. In
addition, Federation helps fund 14 |
national and four overseas social
welfare agencies or services.
The 35-year-old Federation is the
central fund-raising, budgeting,
planning and administrative agency
for the Jewish community of
Greater Miami: the fifth largest
Jewish community in the U.S.
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of Mott's and Sunsweet fruits and juices tucked away in the
kitchen cupboard. All ready to serve.
Have you plenty of these popular hostess-helpers on hand?
Enough of the family's favorites?
Make sure. When you open your front door, you'll know you
have lots of instant-hospitality behind your cupboard door. ,
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.Miami is finally coming of age
jn the field of fine European
men's clothing. The proof of the
pudding is that Dimitri, who just
won the Coty Fashion Award for
menswear has decided to hold his
premiere showing in Miami in-
frlead of New York.
For the uninitiated, the Coty
award for fashion is the equiva-
lent of the Oscar for films. It
iS presented annually in New
York, and Dimitri. who is new
to both the United States and
zeady-to-wear, has walked off with
top honors.
Dimitri was born in Palermo,
icily and trained in Milan. It-
aly. In 1963 he brought his fam-
ily to New York, where he
quickly established himself as an
expert custom tailor.
Dimitri created his ready-to-
wear line only a couple of years
*po. His clothes are marvelously
tailored in the classic European
ityle. Jackets have the high
pitched, roped shoulders, waists
ere shaped and backs have the
sculptured detail.
The Rogue European clothing
bhop at 1950 NE 164th St., North
Miami Beach, was responsible for
nging the status of this Coty
award fashion showing to our
area.
When you visit their store it's
Judith Shapiro, Douglas Strenger Exchange Vows
like being in a fine European
men's shop. A large crystal chan-
delier hangs from a patterned tin
ceiling. Dark hardwood floors are
covered with Persian rugs.
There's a hand-carved grand pi-
ano and a constantly going cap-
pucinio machine to serve guests
and customers.
This unique fashion show was
held Sunday in the Rogue Euro-
pean Clothing Shop. In addition
to the Dimitri collection, they
also presented the Rafael collec-
tion. Designed by Billy Keiser-
man who is this year's Coty
award runner-up, this group of
clothing is sportswear. Rafael fea-
tures fine suedes and leather,
along with shirt suits and leisure
suits.
While Miami still is a large
tourist center, our permanent pop-
ulation has expanded rapidly in
the pa-- f< w years. The male cus-
tomer is demanding a source of
fine, elegant European style
clothing.
The entire concept of Shelly
and Le; Shapiro, who own the
Rogue shop, is to bring these
collections to our town. They
extensively to shop in Eu-
rope and a measure of their sue-,
cess is that Dimitri and Rafael
decided to hold this important
fashion show in their shop.
Dimibi's black silk shantung suit shown with his off white
silk shirt and black pin dot silk tie. The suit can be worn
with a black bow tie for formal evenings or by the young
executive on his job in town.
The Nat Browns Feted
At JWV Joint Social
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
174 and Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish
War Veterans, has planned a joint
uncial for Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the
Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flagler St.
The event will help celebrate the
WUh wedding anniversary" of Rena
and Nat Brown, parents of the
jtust standard bearer. Norman
Bruce Brown. The Browns have
b*en volunteering their services to
the veterans at the VA Hospital,
to servicemen and their families
and in other community activities,
for many years.
The program for the evening
will feature 'The Chosen Chil-
dren," a group of young people
ages 13 to 25 who sing Israeli and
American songs in the modern
style of today.
Mrs. Dora N. Freedman of West
Miami is post commander and Mrs.
Esther M. Jacobs of Miami is pres-
ident of the Ladies Auxiliary.
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MRS. DOUGLAS P. STRINGER
Rabbi Ralph Kingsley conducted
the noon ceremony uniting Judith
i Helene Shapiro and Douglas Paul
Strenger in marriage Sunday, Sept.
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Colder Reopens Saturday
Calder Race Course opens for its
third and final meeting of the 1973
; season on Saturday, Sept. 15. This
' autumn session will run 43 after-
' noons through Nov. 12. For Sep-
tember and October the five-day-
a-week format will continue with
Tuesdays and Sundays being dark.
Post time for the afternoon's first
race remains at 1:30 p.m.
Dance For Single Adults
The Young Professionals are pre-
senting a dance for Dadc and Brow-
ard County single adults in the
Washington Federal Social Hall.
1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach,
Sunday at 8 p.m.
City of Hope Unit Meets
Due to the holidays. Robyn
Tubin Chanter, City of Hope will
meel Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Washington Federal. 699 NE 167th
St. Genevieve Wagner is president.
9, at Temple Sinai of North Dade
A reception followed in the social
hall of the temple.
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Rob-
ert Brenner, 11930 N. Bayshore
Dr. and William Shapiro of Largo,
Fia., graduated from Ccral Gables
Senior High School and Miami-
Dade Junior College. The bride-
groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Strenger of Atlanta, Ga., graduated
from Briarcliff High School. At-
lanta, and attended Georgia State
University.
The new Mrs. Strenger selected
a gown of silk organza with Venice
lace crowning the bodice of the
Empire silhouette from which
flowed layers of silk organza. Her
headpiece was a high crowned cap
of Venice lace with white veiling.
She carried an heirloom Bible with
a cascade of imported white mar*
garite daise- and gysophilia frcm
which cascaded a white satin
shower of love knots.
Susan Fisher, maid of honor,
wore a yellow dotted Swiss gown
and carried a nosegay bouquet.
The groom's father. Walter Stren-
ger, served as best man.
After a honeymoon in New Or-
leans, Mr. and Mrs. Strenger will
make their home in Atlanta.
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Rosemary's Thvmc
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
Linda Gold field And Dr. Nanwtf Married Sept. 2
1-
There was a special kind of cx-
.ohement in the air at Bradlev
Weiser's Bar Mitzvah because it
was, or at least for most people
it was. the first big social event
of the season. I think people
were genuinely glad to see each
other. The first thing I noticed
were the deep tans on the girls
who had spent thiV" summer on
the courts. (I*ve got to check the
competition).
Also, the very short hair on
Paula Barr (Sonny's wife), Nancy
Davis (Jack's wife) and Rickie
J-emmer (David's). That's the
crew-cut mop sweeping Europe.
Judy and Woody Weiser
-Rradley's parents are off to
Forest Hills for the matches.
They're going with Natalie and
Marvin Zank (Abbie Hoffman's
uncle) .
Other couples up to Forest Hills
for the weekend are Jean and
Ira Sorhet and Myrna and Ron
Ruskin. What they don't realize
is '.hat there will be more excite-
ment generated at the tourna-
ments in our local clubs. Which
brings me to my
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Chickee Chatter:
The anr.ual King's Ray Men's
Singles Championships are un-
derway. Can you imagine, 123
men entered! The club*s tcp
seeded players are Jan Luytjes.
Mike Butter, B"uce Lnstgarten,
Milt Sadoff. Ed Dorit. Frank
Nussbaum, Sid Alfonso. Bernard
Kruth, Alan I.ederman and David
Sommer (Rickie's husband) .
Royal Palm had a Labor Day
Tournament, a mixed doubles
round-robin. Jen'v Moore and
Fred Subor won the men's A di-
\ on, while Donna Fales and
lorctta Baker trounced the
women. On of the nicest aspects
of this particular tournament was
* -' t'..-.: the women claimed that the
mn did not relegate them to a
tcrner of the net and tell them
to stay there, hoping that no one
would notice them on the court.
1 wonder if Women's Lib is hav-
ing effects on the te.inis court
as well???
* *
W L. is certainly having it-
effect on the art world. There's
a new group in town, Women in
the Arts. The driving force be-
hind it is Barbara Farrell, a
young woman who is taking her
Master's in fine arts at the Uni-
versity of Miami and tells me
that she must take it in weaving
art scene to the talents of
because no university will hire a
woman professor in sculpture.
The aim of the group is to sensi-
tize Miami women and the Miami
women .
Some of the founding members
of the group are Rona Kritzer,
Donna Keller, Nikki Bear. Frieda
Tochumy, Alice Terry', Ann Min-
ick, Ruth Shack and Maggie
Davis .
Other women listening to their
own drum: Bobbie Goldsworth.
an artist's representative: Mona
Israel (of Jules), into "Renta
Yenta," a business to help those
who can't help themselves; Linda
Brickmen, who has plans for a
patchwork quilt show; and Shir-
ley Trinz, who's very active in
Switchboard Miami .
Me, I'm just active in ar-
ranging car pools. After all
these years, I still haven't fig-
ured out what the bc-st day of
the week is for me to drive.
Whichever day I choose, it ends
up lo be the worst one.

More art news: The Miami Art
(enter is holding its sixth annual
... mber exhibition. Artists will
I idged by L"s!ie Judd Aldan-
d>r. and prizes include a one-
mm exhibit at the center
I should b3 a one-person exhibit,
At the Philharmonic, lots of
action. Wendy Rothfield will of-
fer coffee and danish to Women's
members at the Jockey
and Jill Arkin is having
thi first Prelude meeting at her
house on Hibiscus Island ... If
doesn't have charm for
you. maybe the Mental Health
Association's activities will. They
have a terrific program called.
"Listening to Children." which
works through the public schools.
Pat Berman is holding training
sessions Sept. 13 at Beth Am.
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It looks like a good year up
chead. Now, if it would only
stop raining! My hair which was
so great in Aspen is a mess. Vidal
. Sassoon, where are you? Tell me,
Louella. wherever you are.
Namoff. 7940 SW 17th St.
Honor attendants for the bride
wen- Barbara Goldfield, her sister.'
an! Dorothy Jean Radin. The
bridegroom's brother, Robert
Namoff, served as his best man:;
groomsman was Joel Todd Rem
land.
A graduate of Robert E. Lee
High School in Texas, the new
Mrs Namoff earned a degree in
education from the University of
Houston.
Dr. Namoff is a graduate of Coral
Park Senior High School, attended
Emory University and graduated
as a dental surgeon from the Uni-
versity of Maryland. He will serve
as chief dental surgeon for the
U.S. Public Health Service in
Seattle.
The former Linda Sue Goldfield
and Dr. David Alan Namoff ex-
changed marriage vows Sunday.
Scot. 2. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Rabbi David M. Baron officiated
at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony which
was followed by a reception at the
hotel in honor of the newly weds.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Ernest A. Goldfield, for-
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Friday, September 14, 1973 .
Judith Beilin Is Hadassah's
Guest at Coffees, Breakfasts
Judith Beilin, Consul oi" Israel
In New York, will be the guest of
the Miami "Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah at a series of coffees and
breakfasts to be held Sept. 20
and 21.
Mrs. Beilin's return visit to
South Florida is one of the pre-
paratory events for the annual
Miami Beach Hadaaaah Bond-with-
Israel Luncheon, which will be
held Oct. 25 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel honoring Miriam (Mrs. Mil-
ton) Siikin. who will receive the
Israel Bond "Woman of Valor"
award. This luncheon is tradition-
ally the largest gathering of worn-
en in Miami Btfach'dm inn the year.
Mrs. Beilin was horn and edu-
cated in Great Britain, and has
made Israel her permanent home
since 1938. With hor late husband.
Harry, she participated in all
phases of the establishment and
development of modem Israel.
In addition to serving as Consul
since 1961. Mrs. Beilin is a mem-
ber of the Ministry for Foreign
Affairs of the State of Israel.
Women For Conservative Judaism
National Board Meeting Here

JUDITH BEILIN
Mrs. Jack Wc lfstein, president of
the Florida Branch of Women's
League for Conservative Judaism,
formerl] National Women's League
of United Synagogue, announces a
national board meeting and con-
fe-:ieo to be held on Tuesday and
Wednesday at the Eden Roc Hotel.
National president, Mrs. Henry
N. Rapapori. "ill be accompanied
t- the past national president, Mrs.
Sol Hcnkind. and national vice
presidents and activity chairmen
m 11 participate in the workshops
and panels under discussion
Theme for the conference is "Jew
i-- Family Life."
Women's League for Conserva-
Awards Go To Local
CARIH Auxiliaries
Three Greater Miami area aux
iliaries again stole the show at the
66th annual convention of Aux-
iliaries of CARIH, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver, which con-
cluded in Devei on Tuesday, July
81.
The three chapters Lorber.
Breath of Life and Gift of Life-
won the coveted Fannie E. Lorber
Award, symbolic of having
achieved the highest fund raising
incomes for 1972-1973. This award
fa named for CARIrTs founder and
mother of President Arthur B.
Lorber.
Lorber Chapter won in Division
A (chapters in existence over 21
years) for the third time by rais-
ing over $50,000. the highest purse
ever presented at convention. Ac-
cepting the award was president
Mrs. Sam Greenfeder. Breath of
Life was the winner for the fourth
year in Division B (chapters in
existence 10-20 > ears) with a purse
of over $35,000.
Accepting the bronze statuette
was president Mrs. Nathan Oetiof-
sky. Gift of Life won the sec-
ond year in Division D (chapters
in existence 1-4 years) with a
purse of over $27,00. The award
was accepted by president Mrs.
Stuart Nussbaum.
All seven Greater Miami chap-
ters won awards for purse in-
creases; other awards were won
by the Miami chapters for mem-
bership increases.
CARIH is a total, non-sectarian,
treatment, care and research cen-
ter for asthma. Children are ad-
mitted without regard for their par-
ents' ability to pay. At present,
there are five children from Flor-
ida at CARIH, two from Miami,
one from Homestead, one from i
Gainesville and one from St. Pet-1
eraburg.
Among the more than 500 dele-
gates and guests who attended the
convention were 46 from Florida. '
Included, besides the above men-
Honed presidents, were Mrs. Irving
Miller, national auxiliary board
member; Mrs. Paul NeeDelman.
president of the South Florida \
Council; Mrs. Robert Pepper, presi- I
dent of North bade-Broward Chap- I
ter; Mrs. Sam Morris, president ot
Peshkin Chapter: Mrs. Jack Prttt.i
president of First Miami Chapter, 1
and Mrs. Jack Weisman, president I
of Point East Chapter. I
live Judaism, largest synagogue
women's organization in the world.
j is associated with the Jewish The
ological Seminary of America and
works closely with the United Syn-
agogue of America.
j Local participants are Rabbi Irv-
ing J. Lehrman, Rabbi Seymour
Friedman, Alan Mintz and the Mes
dames Jack Wolfstein. Arthur J.
Brown. Mort Levin, Herbert Cohen,
and Stuart Wagner.
Mrs. Bernard Cohen, president
ot the Southern Branch, and Mrs.
Ben Katz, president of the Sea-
board Branch, will attend with
members from their areas.
Hollo and Muss Named
Miami builders Tibor Hollo and
Stephen Muss have been named to
the board of directors of the Na
tional Realty Committee, Inc. ac-
cording to an announcement made
oy Albert A. Walsh, president ot
the organization which is com-
prised of approximately 300 of
ihe largest real estate owners,
builders, developers nnd Investors
in Ihe country.
Hudson County Club
The Hudson County Club of
New Jersey in Florida will hold
its next meeting Thursday, Sept.
20. at the American Savings, Alton
and Lincoln Rfl. Mall.
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V'JknHft fhrkUan
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Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Fashion Show and Auction
fashion how and auction will
Ifcatugjd a" the annual brunch
of Sisterhood of Temple Beth
S lom, formally opening its new
an.
lie brunc'ieon will begin with
linstalfo'-on of Sisterhood's new
iers a" 10:30 a.m., Wednesday,
the Sisterhood Lounge, with
|bi Leon Kronish, spiritual
ler of Beth Sholom, as install
I officer.
ie met : i-.lise, which is be
[contribni! I by local manufnc
Irs, wiii ;).' modeled by Sister-
men m rad will be auc-
|cd of! Bhe highest bidders.
Jack Hartley and Mrs. Stan-
\rki: ochairmen of the
hoheon, which is open to paH
hembers Reservations must be
ie in advaaca at the temple
be.
p. A. Becker
Select Pages
trough Essays
late Representative Alan S.
ker (D. 103rd i louse Dist.) has
minced f!;..t in order to be1
and Impartial" he will con-
an essa contest to decide
he will telect as a pane or a
Senger in the next term of the
Mature
ess< mid be no longer
four pages in length and
) rj I the following: A
res;.:. a short paper on
I Want to Beoome a Page
Messenger." and a short de
jrtion ': "What Government
ins to Me." The entries should
fcostm : or dropped off no
|r than Dec. 1. at 4C14 Chase
Miami Beach, Fla, 83140.
fbr page and messenger spend
week in Tallahassee during the
i... ision and receive S10
expenses. They must sup-
eir own transportation to and
m Tallahassee. To qualify, a
|e must be between the ages of
bd 15, and to be a messenger,
Lcen the ages of 15 and 18.
The following officers will be
installed: ma, h-ving fBOm,
president: Mcsdame; Michael Al-
bin, Stanley Arkin, Albert Greene.
Tack Hartley, Leonard Miller
Leonard Platt. Albert Rosenberg
and Lester Schner, vice presidents:
Mrs. Lewis Zorn, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Bernard L. Loring,
recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph
Rosenkrantz. financial secretary,
and Mrs. Leon Kronish, chaplain'
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Pythian Ladies Meet
Ladies Auxiliary. George Gersh
win Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
has scheduled a meeting for Mon
day at 8 p.m. in the Surfside Com
munity Center. .Mrs. Sam Horo
witz and Mrs. Francis Cans are
members of the auxiliary presid
ium.
Protection for Women
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister
hood has slated its first general
meeting of the new club year for
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Officer Hob
ert Zucker of the North Miami
Beach Police Department will
speak on Protection of Women
Alone at Night The talk will be
illustrated with films.
Bon Boyage, Inc.
Joins Travelsavers
Bon Voyage rravel, inc., 1074
I07K [nterama Blvd., North Miami
Beach. h:is became a mrmber 01
the Travelsavers national network
of independent travel agencies.
Travehavers is a fast growing
( travel marketing organization made
I up of more than 125 specially se
i lected independent agencies lo
j cated across the country.
Each member displaying the
j Travelers banner has access to
an elite group of tour operators.
-hiplines. domestic and interna-
tional airlines, worldwide car rent
I al and Bightseeing firms, and se
iected hotels at almost every travel
destination in the world. The or
. ganizntion's strength lies in it
tremendous combined purchasing
sower, which enables each Individ
ual member agency to make the
best possible arrangements for it-
clients.
Bon Voyage Travel, owned and
managed by Sam Rosenkranz, has
, been serving the tourist industry
. ior 30 years.
City of Hope Meeting
Miami Beach Chapter, City of
Hope will hold its first regular
meeting Wednesday in the Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Building, 1133 Normandy Dr.. Mi
ami Beach. The recent convention]
held it! California will be reported.
BURTON CAHN, M.D.
Announces the opening of his office
for the practice of
ADOLESCENT, ADULT, MARITAL AND FAMIL PSYCHIATRY
AT THE
Golden Isles Professional Building
1920 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd., Suite 504
Hallandale, Florida 33009
Office Hours by appointment: Call 921-7323
Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
DAVID C. HOROWITZ, D. O.
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
DERMATOLOGY, SKIN SURGERY AND ALLERGY
OFFICES LOCATEO AT
SOUTH BROWARD MEDICAL CLINIC
599 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
DANIA, FLORIDA 33004
TELEPHONE 921-8022
INTERAMA BLDG. SUITE 105
16666 N.E. 19th AVE.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 33162
TELEPHONE 947-1466
Special holiday services
will be held as follows:
September 23
11:00 AM Temple Adath Yeshurun
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
12:00 PM Temple Israel, Miramar
Rabbi Avrom Drazin
2:30 PM Temple Beth Tov
Rabbi Charles Rubel
September 30
10:00 AM Sky Lake Synagogue
Rabbi Dov Bidnick
11:30 AM Temple Ner Tamid
Rabbi Eugene I ibovitz
12:00 PM Temple Tifereth Jacob
Rabbi Nathai I ndek
12:00 PM Temple Beth Torah
Rabbi Max Lipschitz
1:00 PM Temple Tifereth I srael
Rabbi Maurice Klein
1:30 PM Temple Beth Moshe
Rabbi Joseph Grvfinkel
2:00 PM Temple Or Olom
Rabbi David Baron
lakeside. .
INW 25th Street at 103 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33148
Telephone: 592-0690


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Friday, September 14, 1972
IZga, Mitfoah
Jesse ScheHin
Abel Salk llene Greenbaum David Koretiky
DAVID KCRF'ZKY
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murry Koretzky, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 15, at
Temple Emanu-El.
David is an eighth grade student
at the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami.
Relatives from Illinois, New
York and New Jersey will share
in the festivities.
ft & *
MAURY BURSTEIN
Maury Nathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Burstein, 1401 SW 85tH
CX., will observe his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Sept. 15, during services
at Temple Or Olom.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at West Miami Junior Hish
School and plans to continue his
religious education. He plays foot
ball with the Westchester Opti
mists and is a member of the
United Synagogue Youth.
Among guests at the celebration
will be Maury's grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. Manuel Burstein.
6 & ft
1LENE GREENBAUM
Friday evening s'-'^vices at Tern
pie Zion. Sept. 14. will include the
Bat Mitzvah of llene Beth, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A.
Greenbaum. 9441 SW 31st Terr.
The celebrant, an eighth gradr
student at Rockway Junior High
School, is an honor student, a
member of the Symphonic Band,
st .retary of Temple Zion Tallit
and Tefillin Club, and a member
of USY. llene plans to continue
her religious education through
confirmation.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenbaum will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
services in their daughter's honor
A reception and luncheon is plan
ned for the following Sunday in
the Chez Vendome of the DavH
William Hotel.
Among honored guests will be
Ilene's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
Rubin Greenbaum of Bloomfield
Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. A. David
Rayvis of Miami. Also present will
be Mrs. Pauline Chalick of Phila
delohia. Pa., Mrs. Rose Weiss of
Stamford, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs
Toby Greenbaum of Corona, Calif
& -6 &
JESSE SCHEFLIN
Saturday morning services at
TemDle Tifereth Israel will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Jesse J. Schef
lin Sept. 15.
Jesse is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Murray Scheflin of 751 NE 173^
Terr.
An eighth grade student at Johr
F Kennedy Junior High School
Jesse plays drums and t:;iins ir
3 W "*>
ABEf. SALK
Abel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morri-
Saik. will become n Bar Mitzvah a
Temple Mcnorah. Saturday morn
ing. Sept. 15.
Abel i-- an eiphth grade student
at the Hebrew Academy.
A luncheon honoring Abel \< il
follow services in Temple Menor
ah's Crimson Room.
ERIC JACOBS
Eric Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Burton Jacobs will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at Temple Beth El
Sept. 15.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at McNicol Junior High
School. His parents will honor him
at the Oneg Shabbat Friday night.
Among guests will be Eric's ma-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Sally
Wolkowitz of Hallandale, and his
paternal grandparents, Nat Jacobs
and Mrs. Esther Williams, both of
Miami Beach.
&&&
DAVID MARCUS
The Bar Mitzvah of David Paul
Marcus will be celebrated at Beth
Torah Congregation Saturday
morning, Sept. 15.
David, who is in the seventh
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, graduated from He-
brew School and is now a stu-
dent in the preconfirmation class
at Beth Torah Harold Wolk Reli-
gions School.
Mrs. Alma Marcus will honor
her son at the Kiddush following
the ceremony. Among guests will
be the celebrant's maternal grand
mother, Mrs. Edna Platkin.
t- i DI MJ Ave., Hialeah, Saturday, Sept. 2
Holiday Social flannea at 10.30 pm Refreshments and
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ISAI5F.L OUOAK
Temple Sinai Of
: North Dade Begins
Adult Education
you'd like to preview the now- pie with Seth Bramson as man
nr~ and js^ttsa ssstfas, ar 2 s i Prse, s* Ar r
jm of Science, attend the Pa- Maison Grande/' an outstanding 7T 8u!Sw ?lghl wi,h
of the Museum of Science's estabUshmenl ^ich won tK08 S3** "^""^ Wit"
ivacanza, "Infinity-Fashion pitality Magazine's 'Table-top ofj
at the_nor.il Country Club the Year" awards in 1972 and 1973. '''" informal programs which
H of the Palmetto Expre The merger of two of the finest wU1 b held in private homes will
, Oct. 8. cocktails at 11, lunch- restaurants in South Florida will afford congregants the opportunity
at noon. Jordan .Marsh is wn. give diners all the established qual- l0 engage in dialogue with their
g the ensembles and models
you can reach Alice (allies at
SW 69th Terr., if there are
urther details you would like flair and finesse of Lloyd's. To
up, the best of two
|ve.
it it it
40th wedding anniversary of
ind Irving Jacobson, 435 SW
|9th Rd., was a much celebrat-
ion. Toasting and good wishes
jg their cruise on the Fred-
C with grandsons Mark and
Luger, was just the begin-
tf the celebrating. After the
was over, children. Shirley
loi man Luger, Dr. Ralph and
Jacobson, Joy and Lon Win-
lined by grandchildren. Mark,
and Paul Luger, and Michael
.aurie Jacobson, celebrated
ind Irving's 40th with a gala
Ig at King Arthur's Court,
[festivities were topped off
K Sunday brunch at the home
Br and Mrs. Jacobson. All
eed that this happy occasion
horoughly celebrated.
ft it it
rhe former Mollie Kessler and
~Blavin, both prominent busi-
eople in the community, ex-
fed marriage vows Wednes-
Mug. 22, in Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man's studv The small wedding
party then adjourned In Kings Bay
Ities Of Bernard's finest Conti ':il)1)i '" a relaxed setting for dis-
nental cuisine, exceptional serv- Cussing the concept of these four
ice and plush decor -- plus the evenings.
Rabbi Kingsley said, "Many peo-
ple never get to know me as a
person, nor do they have the op-
portunity to share their feelings
with me during the somewhat
shut-lured atmosphere of the Sab-
sum n
worlds .
;'.
Because of his "goodness and his
strength" and because he will be
75 years old Sept. 18 the family i bath servici
of Alex Goldstein will use thisi
occasion to honor and fete him at
a snccial dinner party one day
earlier, Sept. 17. Co-hosts for the
family festivities will be Irvin and
Mona Goldstein and Edward and
Nancy Pastroff, the children of both
Alex and Ann Goldstein. Mrs. Gold-
stein is the mother of Mona Past-
roff Goldstein and Edward J. Past-
roff; Alex is the father of
Irvin Goldstein.) Adding to the en-
joyment of the occasion will be
Mr. Goldstein's grandson. Mark,
and his recent bride, Laura, who
are pausing en route from their
London honeymoon on their way
back to San Francisco. The young
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein were mar-
Country Club for an intimate din- from Stanford University.) Alex
ner and later the newlyweds left i Goldstein was born in Fernandina, j
for a honeymoon cruise to the Car- i Fla., but spent most of his business!
While I encourage dialogue
during Torah study on Saturday
morning, the environment is still
too formal for some. We hope to
build a few bridges of communica-
tion this way. while also deepen-
ing levels of Jewish learning."
Adult Education courses planned
for the year include a mini-course
in "Critical Issues Facing Reform
Judaism," as well as courses in
Jewish Thought, Customs and
Ceremonies, Jewish Music, and He-
brew.
Richard Siegel, the synagogue's
religious school director, and Can-!
ried in Chicago Aug. 26. and are j tor Irving Shulkes will share the '
returning to San Francisco, where | teaching with Rabbi Kingsley.
Mirk will begin his second year'
of medical school at the Univer- j
sity of California. (He received'
his master's degree in engineering
ibbean. Later in the Fall, the Slav-
ins plan a trip to Israel. On their
return, they will host a cocktail
party for friends and family as
soon as they are settled in their
new homp.
it tr it
guard's Carriage House Res-
it, award-winning gourmet
j^g spot in the Carriage House
iami Beach, is now under the
pud direction of Lloyd S. Ap-
Condominium Type
Medical Complex
Being Constructed
James R. Heimbaugh, Jr., fright) president cf Americana
Hotels, Inc., and a recognized industry leader with more
than 35 years in the hotel field, accepts the American Jew-
ish Committee's Human Relations Award for his service to
the industry from Phillip Schweidel, a member of the com-
mittee's travel division and president of Sutherland Travel,
Inc. of New York. As president of the Americana chain, an
American Airlines subsidiary, Mr. Heimbaugh directs the
activities of 18 hotels, including the Americana of Bal Har-
bour, Miami Beach.
1 .......'"
career in Miami. Now retired, he
was the owner and manager of
People's Loan Company and Irv- The Intercontinental Group, a in's Luggage Shops. Also in attend- velopment firm which currently
ance will be grandchildren Ed- is building more than $70 million
ward Goldstein and Margie Gold- worth of condominium apartment
Happenings,..
stein, Laura Pastroff and Michael
Pastroff, as well as (sister-in-law)
Ruth and Leo Hohauser and Nancy
Pastroff's parents, Jess and Sylvia
Freed.
Temple Sinai School
And Choir Start Season
projects in South Florida, has an-
nounced the start of construction
on a condominium medical com-
plex in Miami Beach.
Scheduled for completion in Ser-
tember, 1974, the Medical Arts
Center of Miami Beach will include
five floors of condominium medi-
cal offices, three floors of parking,
spa facilities, a bio-chemical lab-
oratory and pharmacy.
Value of the building at 1680
Michigan Ave.. will exceed $5.5
lple Sinai's Synagogue School, of Hebrew Union College, he holds million, according to Jack J. Weiss,
offers Jewish studies to
^en from kindergarten through
grade, begins Sunday morn-
lile the synagogue's new
building is under construc-
[Sunday classes for grades kin- J
Irten through seven, will meet
ruble session at John F. Ken-
Junior High School. The
Irmation Department, corn-
grades eight through 10,
ueet in the synagogue's social
Monday evenings.
The Miami Beach Recreation
Division will present its second
book review of the current sea-
son Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 1:30
p.m. in the South Shore Com-
munity Center at 833 Sixth St.
The reviewer, Mrs. Sara Hel-
rand, a noted literary personal-
ity, has selected "Thy Daugh-
ter's Nakedness" by Myron Kauf-
man for review.
it it it
The Space Transit Planetar-
ium of the Museum of Science
begins the season Thursday,
Sept. 20, with the world pre-
miere of "Jupiter: December
Deadline!" Written and directed
by Jack Horkheimcr, the unique
multi-media adventure is the
story of man's first space flight
an MA degree in choral conduct- oresident of the Intercontinenta
ing from Columbia University and Group. Its facilities are already 60
has had 19 years experience in per cont sold, he added, at prices j to our fifth planet, currently in
choral conducting. which are about half of the cur-
... .. rent Miami Beach rentals.
Accompanist for the choir isj
Reginald Foort, a former staff or- Tne project offers an investment
ganist for the British Broadcasting concept under which one can in-
progress. For the past year and
a half. Pioneer 10, the fastest
moving craft ever designed, has
been speeding toward a dead-
line with Jupiter, the largest
planet in our solar system. Tues-
day, Dec. 4, is the rendezvous
date.
it it it
Final judging for the annual
Foremost Liquor Stores Wine
Art Competition will be held in
the Miami Springs Villas Florida
Room Oct. 28. Entrants and
guests are invited to view the
paintings and enjoy a wine tast-
ing at 2 p.m. Judges this year
will be Dr. Carl M. Crawford,
Dean of Academic Affairs at
Broward Community College
North Campus; Edna Glaubman.
artist; Sandra Langer, Assistant
Professor of Fine Arts at F.I.U.,
Frank Smik, Jr., owner and di
rector of North Miami's "Gal-
lery 3."
Corporation. J create his equity ownership, bene-
fit from the tax shelter resulting
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley is spir-; frcm condominium office owner
I addition to Sunday and Mon-
evening religious studies, the
jogue's school, under the di-
p-ship of Richard Siegel. and
|r the supervision of Rabbi
P. Kingsley, offers an inten-
i program of Hebrew studies.
ew classes will begin meeting
le synagogue Monday, and ev-
Monday through Thursday
after,
ndance in the synagogue
is restricted to children of
aers. Inquiries about member-
in Temple Sinai are invited.
le temple choir, comprising
j 30 voices and one of the larg-
yolunteer synagogue choirs in
County, is presently organiz-
er the coming year.
choir rehearses Wednesday
ings throughout the year and
a month offers musical pro-
is to the religious services.
highlights of the coming
n will be presentation of a
ata drawn from the history of
Jewish people in America.
ntor Irving Shulkes is director
le temple choir. A graduate Horwath
itual leader of Temple Sinai.
Steinbaum Named
By American S&L
Leonard Steinbaum, whose ap-
nointment as eontro'W of the
American Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation was an-
nounced recent-
ly by Morris N.
Broad, president
of the a.socia-
tion, previously
served as its su-
pervisor of in-
ternal audit.
A New York
licensed Certi-
fied Public Ac-
countant, Mr.
Leonard Sfeinboum Steinbaum is a
graduate of
Baruch College of the City Univer-
sity of New York. He is a mem-
ber of Beta Alpha Psi, honorary
accounting fraternity.
Before Mr. Steinbaum and his
wife, Shari, moved to North Miami
from New York City, he was asso
ciated with the accounting firm or
Laventhal, Krekstein, Horwath and
ehip. and interest payments on the
mort<'ae. As the equity grows
Mr. Weiss explained, the value of
the office soace ao"rcciates. It be-
comes a h^d"0 against in^litio"
and rent increases: ownershin al-
so conveys an element of control the Rabbi"t'Brothers,
over maintenance, management
and services.
'Dolls for Democracy'
LEGAL NOTICE
The North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a general
meeting Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 8:15
p.m. in the Washington Federal
Bldg. in North Miami Beach. The
program will feature "Dolls for
Democracy,' and an animation of
Undr the "Turnkey Purchase"
program, the developers will in-
clude plumbing, electrical work
air conditioning, carpeting and in-
terior partitions for each off''"*"
'heir architects will work with
the purchaser to design the space
to best suit his requirements.
Creative Opera Offers
Excerpts in Costume
The first local performance o'
Creative Opera Co. Ltd., founded
in New York City in 1970 is sched
uled for Saturday at 8:15 p.m. at
the Everglades School for Girls,
2045 S. Bayshore Dr.
"Opera Scenes" will include ex-
cerpts from Pagliacci, La Boheme.
Rigoletto, La Traviata and Aida
with full costume and scenery, un-
der the direction of Gina Maretta.
ORT Chapter Convenes
The Miami Business and Profes
sional Chapter of Women's Amer-
ican ORT regular monthly meet-
ings will convene Thursday, Sept.
20, at 7:45 p.m. at the chose Fed-
eral, 425 Arthur Godfrey Rd. The
film "The Mellah." will be shown
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undaralicned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DOWN IIY TMK KIVKU at 3545
NW North River Drive. Miami Flor-
ida iiil< nils to register said name with
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Irving Isleoff
QERA1 l> SILVBRMAN
Attorney for applicant
300 Roberta lluilding. Miami, Florida
9/14-21-28 I" 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY filVEN that
the unde/. Igned, d.sirine to engage in
huslnera urder the fictitious name of
OLRER FASHIONS at 4KK \V. 29th
Street Hial.ih. Intends to register
said name with the Herk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I I'd. County, Florida.
BKHNAHE HA.MIHEZ
9/14-21-28 It I
IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEIIY GIVEN that
the underalgn< d, desiring u> engage In
bUSlnea* under the fictitious name
if South Florida Fishing Cluh at 8411
. I M'--n! Flo--'.'- In- ,
tends to register said name with the above
f .e Circuit Court of Dade I gar-of W^"^, j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-22048
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
HRENPA II. BOATItlOHT.
Wife.
and
ROY C BOATRIOHT,
v'irlilivc BOATRIOHT. residence
unknown, are required to file your an-
swer to the petition for dissolution
of marrli-ge with the Clerk of the
Court and serve a copy
Heiman Cohen. Eso..
County, Florida
Joseph CJ. Eh'Koh
d/b/a South Florida Fishing Club
8411 Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
Breger & Sehrelber
nv Rarrv D. Sehrelber
Attorney for Applicant ^^^ ^
Ida on or before October 15. 1973.
or else petition will be confessed.
Dated: September 11. "
Kirhard P. Brinker
Clerk. Circuit Court
Iy 11. J. FOY
Deputy Clerk
9/14-21-2* 10/R


h- -*JMHliViMBHBBi
Page 14-B
>. hmts* fkkrMN&n
Friday, Septemtei 14. 1973 jj
Voters Should Receive Their
Verification Forms This Month
Refiistercd voters in iho unineor- more efficient and bettor reference.
porated areas of Dade County will Jf (hfl ^^ gm no, havp .,
LEGAL NOTICE
receive voter verification forms by
mail this month, according to Dade
County Elections Supervisor Joyce
Dieffenderfcr.
A mass mailini: to verify infor-
mation on file on 601.000 Dade
County registered voters was ini-
tiated in late July, in compliance
with Florida Slate law.
An estimated 12.000 forms have
been returned to the Elections De-
partment marked by the post of-
fice with no forwarding address.
A team of workers are research-
ing these returns, using street di-
rectories and the telephone book,
and the returned forms arc being
checked against the original rec-
ords to be sure there are no typo
graphical errors.
The Elections Department will
also advertise the list of those who
cannot be reached. "We hope vot-
ers who have not received their
mail will check the lists," Mrs.
Dieffcnderfer said, "and help us,
too, to contact others they know
whoses names also appear."
Florida State law requires that j
the Elections Department periodic-
ally update and verify the informa-i
tion which was supplied by the |
voter at the time he registered. j
All the information asked for
on the voter verification form is
required by state law, except the
Social Security number. Mrs. Dief-1
fenderfcr explained that Dade
County is seeking this information
voluntarily from voters, because it
provides a unique identification
number on each voter and allows
Social Security number, or prefers
not to supply it. the Elections De-
partment can issue a number which
can serve as well, Mrs. Dieffender-
fcr said.
Most voters need only to check
their forms when they arrive. If
they have not moved to a new ad-
dress and if there are no typo-
graphical errors, the voter need
only sign the form and return it
in the stamped, addressed enve-
lope that is provided.
Obituaries
SILVERMAN
Irving. 73. of '"l"11 ,:-' R Harbor
Dr.. im.-s.ii away Monday, Sent lj>.
Mi- Bllverraaa whs a member of the
board of directors of the Bay Har-
bor Klwanla testimonial dinner last winter by
the Klwanla flub. H. served as
chairman "f the "up f-r Hope School
drive and uh.s active ii) helping the
underprivileged children al No Miami
High School Mr. Sllvermon is sur-
vived by his wife Charlotte of Bay
Harbor: fl son. Edward of llidg) -
wood, X.J.: a brolli-r. Charles of
ilalliiiid.il.: two slaters, Mullle Shul-
miin of Xo. Miami, and Hetty Josefs-
bent of Miami, and three BTaild-
i-hikfrt ii. Services were held mi Wed-
nesday Sept. i". In Paramua, N.J..
with Blesberg Funeral Home in
charge of local armi.e- menta
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underalirned, dealrina to engagi
In business under the fictitious.name
of I.. IZAAK & BON SALES CO at
36 v E lal Street. Seybold Building.
Miami intends to reglsti ;
with the Clerk of the Clr-
of Dade County, Florida.
LESLIE IZAA9K_i4_si_M
I ii in 525.
said name
. ii 11 Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 62349-A
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
I ix RE: Batata ol
I.. A. .lones
Deceased. .
NOTICE Is hereby tlven that I
have filed nu Final Ri port and P; U-
tlon for Distribution and Final pis-
charm- as Administrator ol the pstate
of K a. Jones, deceased, and thai ""
or after the Lai daj ot o< toher. 19)3,
will apply to tin Ho lorable Clrciui
Judges 'if Hade Count)', Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and
for distribution and final rilacharaji
a- Administrator of the i state of the
above-named decadent, This !8 day
of August. 1973.
A ,1 W CRI8TOL as Administrator
LAW OFFICES
A JAY CRI8TOL
Attorney for Administrator
, 21 X K. First Avenue
I Miami, Florida SS131
By STEVEN MISIIAN
>! 31 9 7-14-21
the
and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-4736
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
DEBRA illASICX.
To AlVcredltoni and All **raM"Tj
ina Claims or Demands Against Saw
'^You'are hereby notified and mulred
to presi nl anv claim- and demands
which Mm may have against tne ea-
late of DEBRA CHA8EN. deceased
late of Dade Count)'. Florida, to
Circuit Judges of Dade County.
file Hie same In duplicate ana m
provided In Section ;:'.a.1... I-lorida
Statutes. In their offices In the Conn-
ty Courthouse In Dad. County. Ftoi-
ia. within six calendar months fiom
the lime of the first publication
of. or the Bame will be
Filed nl Miami. Florida
of Vuuusl. AD. I73.
DAVID CHASBN
As Bxei U
First publication of Ihis notice on
the 34 day of August, 1873.
Carl E. W) stman
Attorney for Executor
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levlnson &
Kellill
I |"S Urlckell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131 ^.^
here
barred.
this 17 day
WENGR0W
Citizens Safety Council
Elects 1973/74 Officers
Dade County Citizens Safety KATZ
Council held its quarterly board
of directors meeting Monday in the
University of Miami Faculty Club.
Mrs. Mary. 79. of 1525 RW mth si
tiled i-'ridav. Sent 7 a dars of
Lebanon Hospital aftei n brief in-
ii.ss. a Miami resldem foi the oast
35 vears. Mrs. Wctiur. II was born
in Russia "ii May 3. IV and earn,
here from Savannah, tla.. In ItJ.'is
she was a charter member of net"'
Kodesh ongregatlon and Chesed
She! Ernes, Survivors ari a ilaunhtei
Mrs Leah Bfronson and two grand-
children. Louis Wengrow her hus-
hand, died In 1M6. Si I "i s wore
inld in Beth Kodesh section of Ml
Sinai Cemetery Bundav, under the
direction of Gordon Funeral Horn.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 78-4825
in RE: Estate of
A It WIX W. HKCHT
dee.-asod.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AM Persons lliiv-
imr 'Maims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
eatate of AHUTX \v. HBCHT de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
- to the Circuit Judges of Dad.- County.
ami file the same in dooMe-ite Pnd
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statute* in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
Ihe time of the firs! publication here-
of, or tin same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this Mrd
day of AlUniat. A D 1973,
BEATRICE Ht'i'HT
AIILA REl 1IT
Main business on Ihe agenda was
election of the following officers
for fiscal 1973-74: Timothy J. Sul-
livan, president; E B. McKirmey,
first vice president: Martin Yelcn.
second vice president; Richard
Foster, secretary, and Charles Cot-
zin. treasurer.
Harriet, 48, of 4'"o N'nutlHi" Dr
.Miami Beach, Passed nwaj Satur
day. s.nt. 8. She was f> rmerly of
the Paradlsi Retaun on t 'oil i
Ave, and was an emnli fee of the
Courts Byatem of Pad' (' nntv She
\.,( h in. mber of Hadfi She b
survived by her hu il Hai old
two suns. Ronald and Ji ffri v and
HALPERN
UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
BERTHA
HALPERN
will .!('- place
Sunday, September 16th
at 2 p.m. at Mt Nebo Cemetery
with
RABB! MAX SHAPIRO officiating.
Friends and rc.'ofives are asked
to attend.
GELB
-MONUMENtS. INC.
"Open tvtCY Oof C/aied Sabbath
T40jJjW 57lh Ave, MO 1-8583
vi Only SfrieHy' Jewish
" nument Dealer
a tlauchter, Bsthi r .- i
held iii Drof.klyn, V.Y, with In
.....nis li\ Fun<
Home
Beraor. Cantor Stanley Rich.
Palmer98
Miami Monument Compor./
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbrth
Personalized Memorials Custc.m
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
IIPWUUI I
I
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ml
41


As AdministraHires
First publication of this notice on
the 31 day "f Aucust, 1H73.
A .1AY CRISTOL
Attorney fur Admlnlatratricaa
21 \.i:. First Avenue
8 31 9 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO ',: S"R8
J. GWYNN PARKER
'ii RE: Estate >
MM 11 y poi PER
deceaBed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing "Maims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed io present any claim* and derm
which you may have against the
'slaie Of I INCI 'I N I1' IPPER 'I' -
'l late of 1 lade nunty, Florlds
i" the Circuit Judgi
ami file the n tme :m duolli iti i
Drovlded ;;' Seel '3S.1I F
Statutes in their ol I (he < '< <
i\ i 'ourthi use in Dade c'i unty, Flo
rlda. within sis enli r moi -i
the time of the fin tihl'entlon hri
of, or the same will > barred
K .1 al Mil ml !" : rl
daj of Aui n-' .AT)
si ivi \ pn iSAXER
Vs l'\. ul-iv
P not let on
Ihe SI l:.v O' '.!
HARRY Zi KKl'viri;
Vttor ipj i'i.i- ii:. |:
In Road,
S.....nl Beach, Florida 31139
7 14-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-16416
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RJS: The Marriage (
MICHAEL sHKl.l.FY, Husband
and
SHI1U F.Y SHELLEY, Wife.
To: MICHAEL 8HEL1 BY
Realdance Unknown ,,,,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against \"U and
vou are reiiuired to serve a "|iv of
your Written defenses if any. to it
on MARTIN QREENBAI'M. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is BSE
Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 88140 and file ihe original
with the clerk of the aboe styled court
on or before October 19. l9tS: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief dern.....led In the
eomiilainl 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 ai Miami. Florida on
this 1" day Of Sent 1973.
Richard P. Brlnker
As Clerk, Circuit t nurl
Dade i 'nunty. Florida
By B. J. FOY
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit I'ourl Seal)
MARTIN llREBNBAl'M
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 38140
Attoi nev for Petltloni r
Phone: 532-4721
< 14-21-28 in/fi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTV)
IN THE CIRCUIT COlRT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COL NT Y.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-21540
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i\ RE: Tin- Bfarriagi ol
l.nl'l HELA1NE SI.N'.l-.H.
Wife.
HARRIS DANIEL 8
Husband,
TO: Harris Daniel K I I
Residence Unki
YOU ARK IIKKi-i Y NOTIFfE
that an action for Plssi ..ion "f MB
riage has bean filed against you at
you are reauirad t" serve a copy
I vour written defense- f any. to
on PAUL KWITNI Ltornas t>
; petlth.....r. whose l< K WI
' NET at KROOP, Suit" 12, 420 Ui
, coin (load. Mlai h, FlorU
33139. and file Ih. riginal with II
I clerk of Ihe abovi I led court i
1 or before October I" 73: otharwl
; a default "ill bo gainst y.
for the relief denu d '" the cor
plaint or petition.
This notice shall I DUbllahed oni
each week lor f-ui uiive weal
in THE JEWISH Ii.' iRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand u tin leal
said ourt al Miami I lorida on th
:, das ol Sentpmber
RICHARD P BR1NKBR
As Clerk, i ii u:t -'ouri
Dade Couum Florida
Itv I. BNEKDEN
As Depute rk
((Mrnuit Court Seal i .
KWITNBY & KROOP
By I'aul Kwltney
Suite 512. 420 I.in'" l
Miami Bench, Florid.: :.<:,<)
Attorney for Petition) I
T'" I4>4t.ll/I
"IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3980
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batau of
LOUIS J BASSIN
deceased. ....-, .,
To All (M-editors and All Persons Ha'
iuK tMaims or Demand* Against Sa
You are hereby notified and r.ciuir.
io present anv claln and demum
which vou may hav) against ihe e
late of I OL'TS J. PASSIN deceai
late of Oakland Cu ty. Mnleta
to the CiKUtt .lude. Had. i ^>*"i
and file the same In lupllcate and I
provided In Bectloi J3.16 Florli
Statutes, in their ol in the < olli
ty Courthouse In Dud' County. Flo
i bin within six cnlelidai monthafw
I the time of the Ursl nutilicatton hen
'. of. or the same ivll be barred
; FUi d at Miami. Fl' ... this 9th di
1 of August, a.p. ivy.
Leonard I' "in
Stanley I --in
As Anclllars Kx< i utors
First publication i : this i
the 11 day of Bepti n r, 1978.
BSSBN A ESSEN
Attorneys for Bxei u
1208 Ainsi'v Hide. M iml. Fla^ ^ (
SAVING All 90 STATIS
AMPLE PARKING IN THI MAI
MM
KaftOUt NM ruiaoil mt
HQiX'iJ"" ; MCWIAI1
UBA.
865-2353
720 Smnty First Strut
et W-oi. C.. i C.',
en Vi..; tndt
4 6IN1IATIOMS Of (MVICI
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
I DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5307
FRAMK R nnW '"'""=
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate "f
SIDNEY FERTlfl
a li a SIDNEY FERTIG. SR.
T.i All Creditors and All Persn n Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estat ,
You are hen by notlfli d ulred
to ui-. sent any claim.- and demands
which you >" i ha ve naainsi th<
of SIDNEY FERTIO a k a SID-
NEY FERTIO, SH deceased lal
D.-nle i" iun> Florida to I hi Clrcull
C IU1 V, and file thi
,ni, In dun li ai as nrrn Ided ;
Sertloi i I Statutes, In
i, :i. .. -i i iui IhOll
11 Count i la. within ah
;,i ,i.,; nionths froi
ii... firs i ui or tl

pili.! la, thla 11 i !
I of Senti ..
BIDNI RTIO .MI.
I V
Flral nu Ice o
id '"ln'ier. 1073
ITAROI I> J '
,. -llto*
761 Fla.
144-4
euitt
lemonai ^tiape
"JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS"
a
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATE
ABRANClMf NTS
T 947-2790 \
1338S W. OlXIt HVWY.. N.M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-30470
GENERAL "JURIS- TTION D'VISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.. RE: Ph of
FRANCK PIERRE.
Husbg) d,
and
LATTARA COOK ri::;:!!R.
\\ if.-.
VOU, LATTARA COOK PTERRf
residence unknown are renuired |
file your answer i., j),.. ,.,:...... .
dissolution of marriage with the fieri
Of the above (Inurl and serve > o- -
thereof upon Detltloner's attnenp.
'"'"'"X COHEV Ksn. ,{%<
. oncreaa nidg.. Miami. Florida
ir before September :,. 1073, ..- ,a
petition will be confeoed
1 .1 Aug. ?:. i'i?:i
Kiel,aid H Rrl^Vor
Clerk flrcult Court
By W. Tymtnskl
Denutv Clerk
(fircult Court Seal)
S /">4-11 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-4S19
NOTICE TO CREDITORS*
In RE: Estate of
VIOLA SIM\ AK
a k a VI'il.A II SP1VAK
decea .
Xo \:' i'n ditors ai I A Persona 1
iiiE (Maims or DePH l
1 \ hereby 1 I and reaulr
to ,.,, ., ii anv claims and tl
u mas 1 a> '>)'. ;
I ,,,. viol a SPn AK a/I a \ 10
II RPIVAK di eei ed lati ol Ljh'
County, Fli Ida, to th. ull Judgi
.. 1. ,.|. 1 '. u and Iii'
1......1 ns provided li
l;, Stututes, In then 0
,, county Courthj u
l)i, 1'. unty, Florida, wltntn k
, ,.,1,- ,r,.i,1 the timi
hereof. 01 tt
Ham II be 1......'' .... 1
la. tl
Of SePt< I '
,: ,s-,- 1 BPIV'AK
of tl
,. .1 ., > < ml
SH. put. FHIED. A EH &
Bti cub -
,1
G

NOTICE UNDFR FICT'TIO'"-
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY rjfVE
the UllderslBlied. i. ...-
in business under the
of SI-KiM A I 'TV MERl'H VN'lS'
'1IMPANY al 281 Soutl i l
r 1 e, Miami. Fl rlda Inter
later said nami ;
Clrcull Court of 1. .1. r......
NATH l.KIS
ttlfl s \<-
Mlara
William T floldvi 01 .v \
Attorneys for
SpeelaUy Merchai
0/11 II-J| t
'N THE CIRCUIT f:-iuRT OF THE
ELEVENTH UD'CIAL C RCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE fOl TV -' ORIDA
IN PROBATE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
DANJEA v-'.
.. .mi 1 ton and AM Pen oni Hni
" Claims or Demand! Against Sab'
' late:
You an hereby notified and reaulred
Ultms and demand
1 Ich you maj live neainst the es-
e of HENRI P DANJEAN de
ed late ol 1 iid County, Florida
he Ci......y Judges of Dade Count)
1 file the same in duplicate and
. nrovided in Section 733.1(i Florid
:ii.s ;. their offices in the C'oun
Courthouse In Dade Coun'y. Flor
"i. within \ calendar months from
e time of the flral "ublicatlon here-
'. or the same will be barred,
Dati d al ,: iml F'o-'da, this 11
' | ol Si 7*
oiv DANJEAN
v dm'n t ator
First nubl'catlon '-r 'his notice on
14 day of Bent.. 1073.
BKEl HREIBER
Utorneys foi A rtmlnls' itor
... h I
9/14-21-28 in/r.
FICTITIOUS NAME
,i to register
me ol Cain V'llln
W hoi
Ida

NOT CE OF ACT'ON
ro-KVUi'TlVF SERVICE
' (NO PROPFP-'v,
,.: TU..C r -=r 'ttJevBNTH JUDMJIAl CIRCUIT
ORIDA. IN AND FOR
rj,pr COUNTY
. ,. r-Tic-N NO 78-21757
Ion COR DISSOLUTION
PF MARRIAGE
KEMORE FOI D8.
V
FOTPS
. -,, v.-. gf>i us
-VCE r"WKVOW<
HERERv NOTIFTE
f "!- "i MB'
,.,.. i Pled Bgali -i ^'"J"
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. ...,s.. s. if any to
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i,litre-- Is l\\\ J N I-
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9/14-21-28
10/6
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September 14, 1973
*J. wlfft fhrkftaw
Page 15 B
1EGAI NOTICE
|e circuit court OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OE COUNTY. FLORIDA
>AL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-21309
f-ICE BY PUBLICATION
, Marriage >l
lMl IN PEREZ. Husband
IslMA MERCADO PEREZ.
ROINIA MERCADO PEREZ
Memhrlllo
u\, Puerto Rico 90017
ARE HEREBY in )t I fled Hint
for Dissolution Hi' Mnr-
^> iu'Mi riled mraltiHi you and
hereby required t" serve a
vour answi i' nr other plead-
Petltlott on (In Husband's
LESTER ROGERS, whose
. 14.".4 N.W. IT Avenue Ml-
i kI.i 331S3 lind fill- Hi. orlg-
Itu Clerk "f Ihe nbovi
mi. "ii or before thin : 11>
u-tober, lT8, or 11 r>-fiiull
[. nii-i-i ii ttgiiinsl you.
i ibis 81 hi day of August,
I'HAKIl P. DRINKER
i, ..I 111. I 'iii-iiil I "nurl
llj VV. TYMIN8HI
H T-l I-2I-2S
LEGAL NOTICE
itGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
)E COUNTY. FLORIDA
[NILE AND DOMESTIC
ILATIONS DIVISION
tASE NO DR 5805-E
,'OTICE OF ACTION
INTEREST OK:
Lkn. Ceiia (i-8-sn
LEN, An-hle (J-ll>-'.6)
Jhie oi.arknce
Iicli.kn
. dence unknown
jti'HIE CI-ARBNCE McMUT.-
hi-reby notified thai .1 Mo-
fReduce t.. Final Judgement
iiiinri arrearage ha* been
Intd V"U in 'lit- I in 1 '
County, Florida, Juvenile-
Division, in the cane myled
INTEREST <'K: CEI.1A Mc-
and ARCHIE McMlM.1 P.N.
lure required to nerve ;.....P>
(written delensea, If any, '"
petitioner'* attorney, Ron- .
avis, Rail., P.A., 417 lUacayne \
IS Wesl Flagler s "' )
! ,ii, ssiso, Phone JT-M"l on 1
1 ii ii.ii.-r I. 1:17:1. and file Hi.- i
1 > 1I1 Hi.- Clerk ..1 Hi.- Circuit
.nil.-Family Dlvlalon. WMi
hi Street. Miami, Floridn,
Ifore service o 1 plaintiff*
or Immediately thereafter:
n .1. t.iuli will !> entered
nu for ibe relief demanded
ESS iny hand and seal if thl*
this -Till ibiy "I August.
L'HARD P. hRivkfr
|is Clerk of the Court
Bj : ANN til -s"
Deputy flcrk ..,,.
S,;;l !> r-H-21
, NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS
., NAME LAW
N'" IfE !- HEREBY .;i\ EX thai
the undcrslg....... desiring engage
of REP1 HI n- covbtpi i-t ,-, ,-,,
CHEROKEE CONSTRICTION CO ai
Ji"* NW, IS si Miami, K|n Ida in- '
jenO" to register rald name with ihe .
1 1.-rk ..I ui,. 1 11. uit Conn of rnde
I ollniy, Florida
Blue Ridge Building Company,
Bole i> ner
By: 1) KENT. Secretary
* 7-14-21 28
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT"
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73.m?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: EHiate of
BniTII CARROZZA
ill .;,-. ll
'''" All I 'rcillti.r> 11 nd ,\|| PerxmiH Hat I
Ing Dal me nr Demand* Agtiltlsl Said
Eatnte:
You are hereby nntlfd ,1 and renulren '
I" pri.-. mi iinj : k.ini- m rl .i.iii i|f
wi.ii ii Mm may have ... 1 the ,-
ti....... EDITH 1 'ARIH '/./. \ .1,.....a-..- I
late 11' 11.1.1. 1 nuiiu. I'l,..-ill,1. i ,ii,
Circuit Judges ..f Dadi C......ly, and
file the xunie In duidii-aie rind a- aro. I
vlded in Section 7:::: 11 Florida Stat. '
111.-. In ili.ii- office* in rlio Ci.ui
Courthouae in Dude County. Florida ,
within si\ calendar month* from the I
time of ill. firwi publication hereof
or the aami -.. ill he harr. !
Plied ai Miami, Florida, iiii-
duj "i Auituat. A I >. 1973
JOSEPH SfHMlEi:
1103 Mm..In Itond, Suite Jim
.Miami Iteach. Florl.ln
A* Administrator '
Flraj publication of ti.i- notice on 1
Hi,. das of September, I Ma
JOSEPH SCH.MIRII
Aiii.in.v r..i Admiulairatnr
':".'. Lincoln Rond, Suite 2ifi
- 7 14-_! -:<
."..
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
.iROBATF. DIVISION
? ROBATE NO. 7J-o2
LjOHN R. BLANTON
StICE TO CREDITORS
-talc 01
pEi:
nmi aii Pereon* Huv-
Demaiid* AKaln.'i Said
, notified ami required
. cbilma and demand* |
_Tmav li.v.- auain.-t the P^-
fjBNNTE ItADER deceased
ide County. Florhla, to the
idaea of Dade County, ami
)ltw in .lui.li.nle and as urn-
[Section 7S8.18, Florida Stnl-
lhelr ofii.es in Hi.- County
in Dude 'ount.\. Florida.
calendar month* from the
.. lirst pui.li. allot, hereof or
"ill h.. barred.
Miami. Floridn. tbi- :-
aiii.-um A.D. 1973.
SAMCEI. BADER
A.- ExeoutoT
ubllcatlon of this notice on
of Aucust. 1973.
il-'F ANl> BADER
for the Batate
Pn Road
11. Florida 83189
S l'1-::i 9 7-H
:e UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
r-imi.il. deslrlDB t" elilptKe
- under the fictitious name
,OND CATBRINO ai -'
Street. V. ti Ii .Miami I leach
162 Intend to reirtater *l
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
I lade < '..uiiiN Flo f.la.
JSTMOI'R IHAMi'M'
lul'EI.YNN PIAAH'N'I' ,
g/81 9 7-14-21
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
)E COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
"ICE TO CREDITORS
plate of
<: i.l.l>STONE
Mltor* ini.i All Pe***m> Ha*-
iv or Derdnndi Airalnat Bnin
' hereby notified and required
Bl 11111 i-liiiin.- ami demand-'
u m.i. have airniiis' 1".; --
RRAHAM :"! DSTONE le-
.... ..f Dade County, Moinia.
Ir.uit Ju.Kes of Dade <""''- 1
Hie f KhUM in dunllralr
Inrovi.i. .1 in Section TSB.m
Siiitui.s in their olli.-.-s In
IV ( ..uiilious. iii Dade I oun- |
Idft, ivlthln *IX eal. niia
kroin (he time of the nrnt |
> hereof, nr ? "'"' 1
Miami Kiori.ia. thl* '
RIM, A n. 1973
I IS I. I. > SMT'KI 1.1:
:>:: ih.ht Lane
ast Hartford. Conn
A-- Executrix
ihiir.-iHi.n of ".is notice on
f Aui:n-l. 1973. ,,.,._.-.
... KKIKP. WEIL & 8CHEEI.
1. for .-.-. 11
''I.'. .'-V.r'.il.i Ban* .
>, ?-81 9 i-H
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-21197
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
OAII. LEWIS. Wife,
and
SAMI'EI, LEWIS. Husband,
Ti >: MR, KAMI HI. I EM IS
RESIDENCE. l'NKNt>\\'N
VOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for DI**olutlii ..r Mar-
rlnite lias been filed flffalnal you and
you are required lo *erve :.....i>> of
your written .1. f. n.-.--. ii any to
ii on PAI'Ij KWITNEV. adorn, v for
Petitioner hnse ii.ldr>ss is KWIT-
NET A KROOP. Suite SI2, 4i'" I in -
coin Road, Miami Beach. Florida
28189, and file Ihe nrlainal willi th.-
clerk of tii- :.i.\.- mtybd court cm
or hefoi-.- October l. ll'TS: otherwise
a defiiuM "ill be .nt.-r.-.l uualnel you
{ for the relief demanded In tin- com-
j plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published ......
each week for four coneecutlve week*
in THE IK WISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS m> hand ami Ihe s.;il of
[ siild i-nurl at Miami. Florida on this
::>i day of auku-i. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRIN'KER
As Clerk, Orcull Court
Dade County. Florida
H\ r* SNEEDEN
As Demit) Clerk
(Clrcuil Court Si all
KWITNBT & KROOP
Hy:PaUl Kwllne)
Suite 515. *->' Lincoln Kaul
Miami Beach, Florida 83I8S
Vttornej i..i- Petitioner
Tel.: SJK-KTS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XiiTiri: is HEREBY OIVEN that
ili. mi.1. ralmii 1 dealrlnK to 1
in biialneHK ui .1. the fictitious name
.1 Garden Weddiui Chanel al Mil
Coral Win. Miami. Florida 1314." In-
lendfl 10 re *ter s.ii.i name with ihf
1 lerk of 1I1. cin uli Court of I iad<
County, Fli.....1 1
Mill 1 :., |<|
Churle* Freefield
.______ < ?(-::i 0 7-14
IN THE C'HCL.i COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE OIV'SION
PR0B4TE NO. 73-4590
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III HE; IMiii. ol
Nathan i\'el*sman
deceased
To All Creditor* and All Person* H.iv
iiiL- Claim* or 11. in.mils Au.iinst Sold
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present anv claim* and demand*
which ion may hav, aimlnal the es-
tate of Nathan VY'-lsemaii dei ...
late of Dade County, Florida, to Hi.
Circull JudKe* --1" Dade County, and
file Ihe sum.- in duollcnti and as
omvliled in Section 7:::: 11;. Florida
Statutes, in their office* In Ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ mi.....lur month* from
the i.in. of the flrsl nublicalloii here-
of, or ili- name will be Imrrcd.
Filed ui Miami, Florida, iliis-ii; day
..1 Aumisl, A 11. 1973
PEAItl. WEISSMAN
As Executrix
Flrsl Duldii-ntion of iliis notice on
the .'4 day of Aucust, 1973
VYelner ami IVelaenf. Ll H A.
Am..111.\ for
Pearl Welssmun, iSxeculiix
2373 I'.illins ,\ve
Miami Iteach Ela.
:'l-.ii r. 7.11
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
in and for
dade county. florida
IN PRORAtc DIVISION
No. 73-4350
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
JACOB BATNICK
Deceased
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Airalnat Said
1:-1 i-t.
You are I1.1. in notified and required
io present nnj 1 1.0ms and demand*
which inn ma> have aoalnai the es-
tate of JACOB SATVfCK deceased
late of Dude County Floridn. lo tlie
Circuit Judge* of liinli 1'..linn, and
fli.. the same In dunllcate and as nro
vlded in Se.-ii.-ii 733.16. Florida Stat-
ul.-s. in their offfic.-s in the County
Courthouse In Dude County, Floridn.
within si\ calendar months from the
lime of Ihe flrsl publication hereof
or tli.- sunn will lie barred
Dated al Miami Florida, this 11
dav of Auk. ail 1978.
ANNA BATNICK
A* Kx.....'"-'v
1 V I \i E. KINK I" RM A N
Attorney* for Executrix and BSetat*
".ii-j i'oiom-.^s nulldlna
Mliiml. Kin. 831S2
. -1.-1 .1714
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v vmi-: 1 \u
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
n iii t-iu.....1. desiring 10 ..nu,.
In i.u-iii..-s under the flctltlou* nami
of ENOINEERINO SCPPORT SEH
VICES ..I 48on Easl Ninth Street,
ilia eah, Florida intend lo register
aii! name iili the Clerk of the Clr-
cuil tTourl of Dade County, Florida
SALOMON Mil \l-:r.
PEDRO It. iltKirrn VAI DES
M. LESTER BAAL.
Attornej for Mllner Valdei
i'i W'.si Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
: 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKRRY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring in engage
In business under Ihe fictitious nami
of CCWS-Florldn ai 29.T1 N.W. 33rd
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33141 Intend*
lo register said name with the clerk of
tin- Clrcuil Court Dade County,
Florida
FAIL S FEROt'SON
John ll I mliiu-. Esq.
1 At.......v for Paul S. FerRUsnn
: Suite 1133 City National Hank llldg,
25 Weal Flagler Street
Miami, i-'i.....in 331 an
T.I: 279-2R44
8'::i 9/7-14-21
: T t -.- >*
Filed at V.lnml. Florida, thl* 20
lay of August. AL. 1973.
MAY \\ 11 DENBERf.
s INDRA S Mils
As Co 'Exei-utors
First publication of this n...... on
he 24 dav of August. 1973
ilYRON ALBERT
.tlnrnes foi Cn-Exei-utors
,11^11 Mar.os Drive. Apt. S-111
Jorth Miami Reach. Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1S59 .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
tAMCEI. I.II-STAHT
ro^All'credRor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Again*! Bald
'':You ar. hereby aollfled and required |
., I,1...s.-,,, aio claim* and demand-1
,,1,1,1. vou may liave amno-i n- *-
,,. ..rsAMiEi. uvmvnrae****\,
,,, ,.i in..... County. Florida, lo the
'irVult Judge* of Dade County and
olmi in duplicate and a*
niovi.l.il ili Section !' Moiio.i,
sCtUtm l" their oh*.liiiihe tVun-
v courthouse In Da- County. FTor-
,!., within sis calendar months from
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-4846
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
l.AVin AWERBDCH
T,!'\'ii:;-,vdi,or- -...d v'iV"'"?Vs.;t,:
i,,v. i-lnims or Demand* Againat Soldj
K YJ'.uV.rc hereby notified and r.-oulred
, ,'es.nt anv claim* and tantf
1,1.1, v..u nuu hae eamlnsi the es- 1
,/wviH AWTCRBtCH dj.....ay.
S: tot* of Dade Counts Florida, to
;,.' ,,!, Judge of Dade .'ouiitv |
&^urth1n"^l
, within -is .-ai-.....<"- "'"'l'1*'
, thr ,|,.. of the .' ;-. ngtortlm
.,-,s,f or the name will he bnrreo
',,.,,,:,! al Miami. Florida. (Ins --
"'v "' A,,:-TvM MaVmAV
\s i:\, i-utor
l--\rNCi: FINK & FOP.MAN
\ttornevs for K\..utor
ISOI Congregu BUkr., MtamL PU )( !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY r.lVKN tli.it
the mill- rsicn. .1 desiring lo engage In
liils-lness under the fictitious num.- of
ADVANCE I liillTl.vi; nt P.O. Box
1......3, Tnmlaml Rrnnch 33144 I01.1..I
to register said name ivlth the Clerk
nf the Clrcuil Court ol Dude County
Florl.ln. ,
MICHAEL FTRDOCK
A1 M E>fAN
MARK norsE
-(-::i 9 7-14
IN THE CIRCUM COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'OA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-4861
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1.1 RE: F.sn.t.....'
HANNAH K SCHWARTZ
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* AKalnai Bam
"Yoti'ai-. hereb) notified and required
to nresenl any claim* ami demand*
Which >"U on* have :ii.-aios| the es-
fite of HANNAH K. SCHWARTZ
neceaaed ll......f Ham- County Vl-r-
Ida. to the Circuit Judge* "t najje
County, and file the same In ""}'-
,-iite and as ocovlded In Bee ..... .-'-
( Florida Statute-, in their office*
In the I'll"" Courthouse In Dde
Count* Florida, within six ealemlat
m.....h* from the time of the flrat
r..il.ii.-:.i'.-M hereof, or Ihe same will
Filed at Miami. Florida, thla th
day of August. A i> J9T3.
Fi: INCISE AM" I" K r/-
lEFFFI'SON NATIflNAl HANK
OP .MIAMI BEACH
l.v : Sill .1 I .1. Miller
\- Executor*
l-'irM publication ..r Ihl* notice on
th. Jttii .in' I August. 19W.
K". .111111. I. Rogers. I oil., r Slnnkniaii
Attorneys for Kxecutora
-.-ii Lincoln Road, Miuml Beach. Fla
s -.'l-.'.l 9 '1 1 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-4Q78
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: I'sti.....>f
.'AT \l IK BHORR,
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hay-
in.- Claim* or DemnnVIa Analnai Said
EMtate: ,
Vou are hereb) notified and renuire
t.. present an. rlatm* and denwml*
wlib-h you mto have aenlust the ph-
t:,le of NATAI I!'. SlIOIlll deceased
lut.- 01 I'u.le County. Florida IO the
Circuit .lueV.s ..1 Datle County, anu
HI., ti,.- siio:. iii duolicate and a* nro-
viil.,1 Section J(tt.l. Florida Wat-
ui-s. in their offKi hi he <
C.Kirthouse in Hade .oU.iiy 1-1".
within six caleiular month* ""'"'
time of the first oul.liealion h.-i-ot
or the same u i h. narre,!.
1 -- i.. -. 1 in Miami Floridn tW*
,i.,v of-Sent.. AH *7.
will 1AM SHORH
HARRY ZITm. :nick
As Bxecuter*
Fn-si puhllcatien of ties ae4ice on
Ihe 7 day ..i s.-m- mher. I*7S.
IIAKKV /.IKKCNICW
Attorney for listuti-
4-Jii l.imi.ln lat.d
Miami Beach. Florida 1M
: -i4-_t --N
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. 73-20535
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAIMMAHi: OF:
KAREN I.IJK OIHlSl.l.fNO. Wife
anc.
ROBERT .T C.fREI.l INO, Husband
TO: ROBERT J. OlltKI.I.INO
4C Florence Place
Fit tsburgh Pennsylvania
TOf ARE BBREBY NOTIFIED
that an action fOr Dissolution ..f Mar-
rl tgi has lieen fil.-d acnlnsl you and
you ar. required to serve n copy r.l
your written defenses, If any, to ii
on liavi.l E. Slope, attorney for
Petitioner, whose a.l.lress is liil X IV,
13th Avenue. Miami. Florida :".:; I _-.
'ami file the original with 'he clerk
I of Ihe tthove stvled court on fore Sent. 28, 1973: otherwise a de-
fanh will be entered ngainsi you for
th. relief demanded In Ihe complaint
or ictition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the *en1
Of -aid courl al .Miami. Florid-, Oil
'his M day of Auguat, 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As ci.rk. Circuit Hour'
Dade County, Plot llu
B> iv J, FOY
As Deputy Cleric
(Circull Court Beal I
I David E. stone. i-:-onii
Sloile & Soslehlll V.A.
Il N.W. 18th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
I Ait.n I. \ for Petitioner
_________________S 3J 9'7-lt-2l
! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW v
NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN that
i the undersigned, desiring to engage
'In business under the flctltlou* name
| of Dee-Jay Printing at 1:.:4 West
Dixie Highway, North Miami Hi n.-h.
Florida, intends to register said num.
with the i "lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
Bernard Jacobaou
d.h a Dee Jay Printing
iii.Mn West Di-.ie Highway
North Miami Beaoh. FI.
j lireger A Bchreiber
By! Harry D. Schreiher
i Attorney for Applicant
S'17 S4---.1 '7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-20458
ACTION FOR
ENFORCE A LIEN and
FORECLOSURE ON MORTGAGE
and
Action for:
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ROSALIE IIAI.L.
Petitioner.
\ s
SAMI'EI. HAI.L.
Respondent,
Ti i BAMIE1. IIAI.L
VOV ARE HEREBY VC-TrFiEO
thai an action to Enforce n I.ten and
For. ilnsui. .-ti a Mortgage on the
following |.ro|iert\ in Dade County.
Florida:
Lot IS. Block II. RTCTIMOND
HEKSHTS. a......rdlng to the plat
thereof, recording in nlnt honk
.".", page 19 of the Public Records
of Hade County. Fhildn. the snme
together with Improvements, ly-
ing, within Had. County, Florida
and being more t-ommordy known
aa: 14821 Polk Street. Rlchm.....I
Heights, Daile County, Florida:
ami Action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsl you and
\-'.u an- reciulreil serve h cotif
if your written defenses, if anv. to
it i.n ROBERT II 111 RN8, plalntifra
ittomey. whose nddres* i-. l-,ri Lin-
coln Road Suite 4.'..'. Miami. Dade
County. Florida, on or before ?S
lay of Sept., 1978, and file ihe orig-
inal with clerk of tins court either
before service o.t plaintiffs nttorner
>r immediately thereafter; otherwlaa
i tlefaull "ill hi entered agnlnsl you
for ihe relief demanded In Ihe com-
iiiiiitii or oeiiiIon,
WITNESS m.V hand and the seal
of this i*ouri on 22 dav <>r Aug., I''73.
RICH.MID P BRINKBH
A* Cl.rk. Clr.-uit Court
Dade County FI .rlda
BY DONALD TACTENHAN
As Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICE8 OF "
ROBERT II. BCRN8 7
ISO Lincoln Road. Suite t.'.o
Miami Beach. Florida 38111
ho,,.-: SS8-4421
Attorney for Petitioner
Thi- notice shall le published onni
null we.i< for four consecutive weel I
in THE JEWI8H Fl.iililDi KN
8 ::i : 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVHN Ihnt
the undersigned, desiring to engaai
in business under the flctltlou* nain-
of COLORPAK al 4.." B.W. I2th
I venue, Su... water intend In reg-
i later said nain. u ith the (lerk of th.
C'reult Ciirt of Hade County, Flor
Ida.
I i los I lei l;io
Daniel Oonaalee
Reynnldo L.desma
g/84-31 9/7-14
; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN lliat
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltlou* nami
of YM-YUHA OF GREATER MIAMI
at 8*00 S.W. Mil Street, Miami. Fla
i s:ti44 intends to register suiii nami
with the Clerk nf the Clrcuil Coui
of Dade County, Florida
JEWISH COMMl'NITV CENTERS
OF SdlTII FLORIDA, INt
(A Florida Non -Profit Corn!
By Stanlej R. Gilbert. Presldenl
! 7-14-81-28
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE OIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-4783
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ABRAM RAB1NOVICH
.] eeased
To \il Creditors and All Pereon* Hav-
ing Claim- or li.inan.ls Against Said
Estate: ,. ,
Vmi are herein notified and r.-oilin-.l
to i.res. nt anv laims ami demand!
which you may hav. "fa'ns Ihe ee-
inn- "f AIIRAM l!Ai:i.N.i\ 1CH de-
, ,. ,| 1,1, ,.f I lU.-lVliaho. Fllello III' ".
1 ihe Circull Judge* ol Dadi Coun-
ivan.l til.- the same in OUPllrn-le
Ja as provided In S-ytion : I.
Florida Statutes. In Ihel* orflces in
in. Count' I'owihouse In Dade < aun-
ty Florida. within six calendar
mi'.oihs from Ibe time of lue first mi..
Ileation hereof, or (he sam. will M
U%?\.'\ at Miami Flo.Ida. this 20 dav
of August A |i. '"7It
s. .|- l x ZAHE1 INSK>
i:nv Road
Miami F.'-a.h. I'lorida
\. Administratrix
ptrei publication ol tins notice on
!!> I ll>iv of A'U-llst. 1*73,
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WK1I.&
SCHEER. KSUS.
A etc rney* for B*t*t* _
|0 i.i,.oln Read. Mianii r.eeh_. 1. la.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
LADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73 1790
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate .t
HARVEY A. BIT.H
deceased.
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hae-
mg Claims or Demands Against Said.
Tou arc hereby notified and renulred
to present anv tluims and rtcmanda
whU-h vou may have against the ea-
tate of Harvey A. Bur- deceased UjtU
, of Dade County. Florida, to th. Ctr-
I cult JUdge* of Dade County, and file
the same Inw duplicate and as nro-
i vlded in Section 70-IC. Kloi idii Stur-
- utes-. In their office* In the Jfounty
/Courthouse in Da'dn Opunty. Flortrta.
Wilhin six calendar monibs from IU
time of the first pUbUcallon hereor.
or the ime will be l.arrwl.
Filed at Miami. Flornla.
dav of August. A.D, IjW;___
JEANNE BURR
As Executna
First publication of tnls
he :!1 d:n of August. IP73.
Carl B. Westmnn
Myers. Kaplan, Porter, l.evinson &
Kellill .
attorney for ExeeutrlJi .
1428 r.riek.ll Avenue Ml ami. Mm nO
this 15th
notice on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOtCAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-70917
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marritufi nl
Antoinette bt. martin
sweeting.
Wife.
and
Wit I I AM SW F.F.TINi..
?o1-*Wll-MAM BWBET1NO resi-
lence unknown, are renulred |o file
'I.,,- answer to the petRIon or d'a-
mluth.n oi marriage \>nh ihe t u r^
S the above Courl and serve a cony
, er,.r upon the attorney "
'..Ion Bfil. 1310-11 Couures*
Miami'. Florida. On or befot
ti.
J. H'
fessed.
Dated
bee
ti -
or else petllioll "ill 00
AUK. SS- I*i*
Richanl I' '.'.linker.
Clerk Circull Courl
Bv VV. T> mlnskl
I,. .ui\ Clerk
R ::l '. 7-1I--1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. r-|-R** ,-.
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-20985
NOTICE OF ACTION
ln ,-. thi marriage of:
PATRICIA KRDINU.
Wife.
all.I
MITi'lli:! I- RBDI.NO.
nVMn';-,.,,..!. BBDISG
,- o Hnj in..ml Hammoau
I Pecan i'la. e
(Jreenvilk HoUlh I'arolina
Viil' VRE VHTIFIFC that a Petl-
,ion ... i.iss..iuiio.. oi Marriage haa
..en fil.-d oonceruliig your marriage
'],'ym a,.- raMkwd 10 -.-i-ve a COOTT
! W written response fs*^JJKft
if .,%. to sai.l Petit..... on SI fcl Hh.N
,. i:aski\ (PetRloneK* ,.^"1"l;;>
whose a.ldr- s> i- JtM Bird Road. P.O.
:,.\ 7S Ml...... Florida :::.i:.:.. on or
be|ore October I. 1*1*. and file- Hie
original iih the Cterk of this.< "urt
11 hi r hi fore service nn Petitioner s
,,,,..> ... mm- diai-lv ihereutu-r;
i.therwis. a defauW iu be>*J"7*
f,.i- the relief demanded m OM Peu-
"ulTSKSS mv hand urnl seal of
ihi* Court on August IK. mJ.
f.K'HAIH' ORINKKR
;,. Clurk of Said Coutt
j fry W Tvm'mskl
IH-piiii Clerk
, sr-ri-M-M


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* leHlttinvridlian
Friday, September 14, 1973
You can depend on Good Tasting Foods
AND REASONABLE PRICES AT YOUR FOOD FAIR STORE!
SAVE 16V COLORS OR
;.: on 2 miS..' DECORATED
VIVA
TOWELS
ROLL OF
126
2 PLY
SHEETS
30
LIMIT 2 ROLLS, PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
REGULAR
OR
ELECTRA
PERK
Maxwell House
COFFEE
1 -LB.
BAG
LIMIT ONE BAG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE'A' FRESH ICED
LEG or BREAST
QUARTERS
FRYER
QUARTERS
f||M>lllLD.
69
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE'A'FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS OR DRUMSIICKS.....LB.
*1
08
FANCY SKINLESS 4 BONELESS
Flounder Fillet arrow tooth
LARGE NO 1
l. $109 Canadian Smelts \& $129
1 FRESH SIAFOOP DEPT.
AVAILABLE ONtr AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SCRVICf COUNTER*
FRESH CAUGHT
FLA. MACKEREL 55c
FRESHLY SLICED .... FRESHLY SLICED _-
Halibut Steaks lb$139 Trout Steaks .89e
P.P. BRAND REGULAR ALL FLAVORS
OR RITZ
LOW CAL
12-OZ.
CANS
A FAVORITE ON ANY TABLE
Heinz Ketchup ...ttft 51C
GREEN GIANT
Niblets Corn canz 27c
1
GREAT FOR DIETERS
QUICK RUG CLEANER
Carbona Shampoozer
6-oz $129
CAN
HEINZ ZESTY
KETCHUP
BREAKSTONE TEMPTEE
Whipped Cream Cheese "A1 49'
53
Alba Non-Fat Dry Milk *W $153
GOLDEN GRAIN
Chicken Rice-A-Roni %^z 35c
GOLDEN GRAIN
Macaroni & Cheese 7g 19c
26-OZ.
.. BTL.
P.P. BRAND COLORED CHEESE
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. SEPT. 16th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR C FREDERICK'S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
MtnkMta I! SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FOX
I V i m THE FINEST NAME BRAND GIFTS!
oniNinuM]
SWEET ITALIAN
Prune Plums
PLUMP
AND
JUICY
< 29
c
LB.
Slicing Tomatoes STs 33
NUTRITIOUS AND ^ _
Delicious Yams.................Z 45
NORTHWESTERN
Harriett Pears
JUICY
33'
DOWNY FLAKE
LB.
;
French Toast
FROZEN
12-OZ.
PKG.
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
Corn Toastees
FROZEN
8-OZ.
PKG.
NATURAL SLICED
Endeco Muenster Cheese
6-OZ
PKG
American Singles 'fee1 85c
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN SLICED
Alps Swiss Cheese Vkcz 59c
MRS. FILBERTS SOFT GOLDEN
t-LB.
FAMILY BOWL
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT!
ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS!
All IUNCH MEATS S CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER!
IMPORTED SEMI-SOFT
Oden Iceland Cheese \T 59c
DELICIOUS
BOROEN S
Chunk Longhorn Cheese
MIDGET
Kahn's Braunschweiger
9-OZ
PKG
8-OZ
CHUB
75'
64<
SAVE 10-FLO-SUN
Turkey Roll I Orange Juice
ALL DARK
MEAT
HALF
QUART
CONTS.
HOWARD JOHNSON FROZEN _
Blueberry Toastees...........!F 47c
BIRDS EYE FROZEN _
Mixed Vegetables................!Sff 29c
JENO'S FROZEN _
Pizza Roll Snack Tray.........Sfi 99c
TOTAL FLOOR CARE FORMULA
Step Saver BSS $1"
WHITE OR ASSORTED
ScotTissue
ROLLS
SAVE U'-REFRESHING BEER
Old Milwaukee
12-OZ.
NO-RETURN
BTLS.
GOLDEN TOP
Lemon Pie
'WE RESERVE THE R.GHT TO UM.T QUANT.TIES NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPON^eToT^SaT^
FAMILY
FAVORITE
C 22-OZ
PKG.
ERRORS.
*ll BAnfJ GOODS MADE WiTm PURE VECE'Atlf ShOR'EN'NC


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