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The Jewish Floridian ( January 26, 1973 )

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Friday, January 28. 1973
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
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A Zealous Press... .A Free People
| TAKE A r.RAVE VIEW of the plight of the
press.'' the late A. J, I.iebling wrote a do/on
years ago. "it is the weak slat under the bed of
democracy."
This past year has witnessed
too many kicks at that feeble
slat, sometimes by toes of govern-
ment. And citizens concerned
about the right to dig for informa
tion and the need to know what's
going on have good reasons to
keep their zeal for a free press in
America at a higher level in 197:!
Among the alarming threats to press freedom
in recent months, the cases of Karl J. Caldwell ot
San Fran.isco and Peter J. Bridge of Newark, N.J..
turning on refusal to answer grand jury questions,
are perhaps the most significant. Bridge s|>ent 20
days in jail because he fell obliged to guard the
confidentiality of his source in connection with the
all'ged offer of a bribe to a Housing Authority
member. Caldwell refused twice to testify before
federal grand juries desiring a look at his notes on
confidental Interviews with Black Panthers.
BOOK REVIEW
Sevmoiir Liebman
\Judenraf
THE RECENT DISCLOSIRE8 that some six Israelis,
among them Sabras and klbbutzniks, were aiding and
oi .rating with Arabs and that they are alleged to be
traitors came as a sho k to Jews in the
Ylshuv and Diaspora.
Dining World War II. it was believed
that some, if not many, of the officials
'. the Jewish Councils in Rastern Eur-
ip collal orated with the Nazis in order
to save the lives of their families and
friends and thai sometimes they ac-
I bi Ibes from othi rs
Isaiah Trunk's Judenrat, with intro-
' on by Jacoh Robinson (The Macmillan Co., $14.95i
to the historj of the holocaust
1 and it dispe n.vths ahoul the Coun ils the
' ,ts it detailed analysis o! the -
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La t via ,u
VIV0 h R-search. He

o! the holocaust
and t!
T -'<'' thai nera i/ations m isl be avi
thai hidgment cannot be passed on the ol
th C lundls since thej n, re m -,,. wen terror-
i/,',, I n3 psychically, and thai demands were
1 "" "either or" basis do this or be shot II.
' ;!" "<" that manj lews at the outsel
*ith ""' Propel ol hetto autonomy which
1,1 u'"'"; k ,bie, little realizing
1 Mlw ae-tri I ,| Jewisl
th It : im. nt ., i dent, .. M
selected bj the Judet
c,eai as "perhaps t
;r'":" '""'" "'"'1::'.....> esentative bodj In
histoi y."
r.itted suicid. U I
''""""1 hed. Jacob Robinson con-
- tne lmrodu """. "II would appear, then, that
whpn a" Actors are considered, lewish part
non-parti.ipaiion in the deportations had no ?ubstantlal
Influence one waj or another on the final out -me."
Thanks to Dr. Trunk, ludenrat will no loi ei be a
rative in Jewish history.
In the Caldwell matter, the Supreme Court on
June 29 overruled a lower court and held that news-
nv-n could not refuse to give a grand jury informa-
tion about their confidential sources. Here it seems
important to note that Justice Potter Stewart, in
his dissent, contended that the government does
A number of states, notably Illinois, Maryland,
and New York protects confidentiality of report-
ers: and it is good news that Sen. Sam J. Krvin Jr..
of North Carolina has promised to give high priority
to a search tor similar federal legislation this year.
hrwil Newsletter
By Carl Alpeii
Big Parities. ..
Little Parities
AXY POLITICAL PARTY in Israel which polls
one per cent of the total vote is assured of a
seat in the Knesset, even if these votes are gar-
nered from widely scattered parts
i>! the country. This type of proi>or-
tional representation encourages
the multiplicat on ol many small
parties. The popular vote is thus
fragmentized into more than a
dozen streams, and no one part)
has ever succeeded in achieving an
absolute majority in Israel.
It was recently proposed that
the "floor" for Knesset representation Ik- raised to
- i or :>.'; or perhaps even :,; t the vote cast
Naturally, the smaller parties, faced by threat
ot political extinct:,,,,, are up in arms. In their opp ,.
sition to the plan, such impossible allies as the
Communists and the extremelj religious Agudai
Israel have joined forces together with five or sis
other mall groups to prevent the raising of the
minimum figure above the present one per ,
. T!" 'rties I .a ...: and Gahal orig-
' Ml. each :: \U own
sons !":r- h......
I give Labor ahs.,
J .jvfu I t Ma t i t w,
:.

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i tj
ite f, ,
inl uties
lack |y .,.. |
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ami A ;,, ,j
i 'I ttor served
y face the 1
Two then ....
proposed One was t -... th, i
' This | in
a feet the ratio ol >
-in-.. ^ add mo nen
, ilj ho,pi : ;,..
...
- insl tut an i
.-. ~ tit
it-t the" lVOUW c"ace to
: ':;. md even
">. rathei than
ol the
leave the
""-<- the hands
, ...
'' enter th. n ll-month pre-election
'" that "- hat gotten
1 '' "': '1 enthusiasm ,r the ret
' have died town and it is ,m ,
conc -'"' ha nothing will happea This means
that no major hanges or surprises can be ex
,n l973 I( for Ubor t i decide,
for all, who wi u nag ,,,,
once
Meanwhile, the observation of Congressman
Jerome Waldie of California is pertinent: "I believe
we are in the midst of an attack on the press moti-
vated by a desire of government not to have its
weaknesses and failures disclosed by a free and in-
dependent press. This attack has culminated in at-
have the right to force a reporter to ap|H-ar before
a grand jury if it can prove that it Ls seeking infor-
mation clearly relevant to a precisely defined sub-
ject of governmental inquiry and that the reporter
Ls the only available source of such information,
t Underscoring added, i
But a half year later, the U.S. Conn of Ap-
peals for the Second Circuit (New York, affirmed
a lower court's decision to grant journalists the
right to refuse to disclose a confidential news
source, citing a paramount public interest in the
maintenance of a vigorous, aggressive and inde-
pendent press" and declaring: "Freedom ol the
press may he stilled by direct, or. more subtly, b>
Indirect restraints Happily, the First Amendment
tolerates neither, absent a concern so compelling as
to overrule the precious rights ,>r freedom ol sp. 11 i
and the press."
tempts to jail newsmen in order to intimidate the
press."
Some may disagree and should be thankful they
have that right. But ether, will recall with lisn ij
these tiends in 1972: Vice President Agnew's not
very subtle reminder to broadcasters thai thej
Ik rued by the federal government; the Kill's act
ol swooping down on a Boston hank with a federa
can,I jury subpoena to "Main copies of all checks
drawn on and deposited in the account ol the I'm-
tarian-Universalisi Association between June 1 and
Oct. 15, 1971 alter that church's printum outlet the
Beacon Press, published Sen. Mike Gravels
of the Pentagon Papers,
Thomas Jefferson wrote this to Col Rdward
Canington 186 years ago "Were h left to me to
dee,,!,, wliether we should haw a government with-
out newspapers, or newspapers without a govern-
ment i should not hesitate a moment to prefer the
latter. To which Alberl Camus was to ad
-'- ':" "Freedom ol the press is >
"* freedom thai has suffered the most from the
gradual : lion of the idea ol liberty."
v President Nixon, recently the h
! '' ': "Mifidence has taken lea I rs ol
task !, that which he i
"to md rstand the nee in I
'> the Pi t when h
ilar
version

Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Life With Hasidim
J, ws ,- th
' I I the
...
no .. ...
'
'' :' i i......; Its t,-M .
'"" "' rttitlveand ,-auti-
I '
"' '*"' and thei, families ,i
n Ihe -,.,., ,,. und a|
l,;i ;i" indelibl impn ssion.
,,.,. '|'!; [z......:,"M!,> Pr"
::'|;;'V -in Brooklyn wher.
" ';"'" :"" '.......ighborhood popu-
8CkS '""': -doth.....,..,,,
at
Neil

;"'""" "-'" ......"""I the neigh!**.....,ortheten.
'"' n colorful and distinctive life
nnf1 Tl,HaSd,T '" WU,hnMb"' and young
. ;"" .......'Hasidictrad......,s T......,,
'7 "' "'-" '-' --Th.,. mamtam the,
r.hc"'nV cyin,hes.....
......""e ls, .,.;,,, th,,. a,. p......... j,,.,,.
-;' ;... :....f Puritan,,,, cone,,,,.,.....,
... ,; ; "" """-A"d,h.,- Iind lo, ,n shell pray-
' ........."**........'~,,oaUnt
'''> """ to the WOXld around them.
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idcry. fcxnucny 26. 1973
lei*tnrrHtor:
Page 15-A.
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You'll find it at River Reach. Xot the kind that
comes through the mail from Uncle Sam every
month. But the peace of mind that comes with
living where you know you're safe from intrusion.
To give you that sense of security, we put a moat
around River Reach. There's only one bridge to
the Island. And its gatehouse is manned 24-hours
a day. We even have a security patrol by land
and water every night. Plus swimming pools.
Plenty of boat dockage. Tennis. Even a chip and
putt course ... all right on our Island. If you
think you'd like this kind of club life with active
people of compatible interests, come see River
Reach. And enjoy a little social security.
m RIVER RI2CH
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Friday, January 26, 1973
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$129
1
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89 Chuck Roast ,79

''SAVE 24'
ON
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DECORATOR
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AVE > 64.OZ.
60
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WISK
LIQUID LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
.--
IIMIT 2 ROllS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT ONE JUG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOUNDER'S WEEK SAVINGS ON FINE GROCERIES!
SAVE 5c P P BRAND
Waffle Syrup
24 o:
BTL
DELECTABLE
44c Mott's Apple Nectar
quart
BOTTLE
25c
FLORIDA JUICY THIN SKINNED H ^^ M|J^#
ORANGES 10 49c
1-LB.
PKGS.
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. JANUARY 28
AT ALL FOOD FAIR A FREDERICH S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
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Garden Fresh Rhubarb lb 39 Red Delicious Apples 8 69c
SAVE UP TO Uc- All BEEF SLICED ftVE '0< .--.-..-
Oscar Mayer Bologna 8-oz prr. 55c Master's Dips.................. 29
SAVE 18c -AMERICAN KOSHER ,,oz OAc r'f"( S AOc
Franks or Knocks.............pkg. 89 Master's Sour Cream ...... 43
SAVE 30c P P BRAND'.LIMIT 6 PLEASE. SAVf 'Oc FROZEN CHICKEN 6tlf tu*e
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ALL LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER. IN OUR MODERN BAKERY.
SAVE 40c LB DELICIOUS LEAN aOTco __ SAVE 16c PICKWICK OVEN FRESH
Cooked Corned Beef T" 59c English Muffins 4 s1
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLO TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
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Old Milwaukee
12-OZ.
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+JtHlst> flcrldinr,
A revolutionary
breakthrough
for the kitchen table
accountant.


The Miami Beach First National Bank
Coral Gables First National Bank
United National Bank of Miami
United National Bank of Dadeland
United National Bank of Wcstland
Security Exchange Bank
M^nilvrslDIC
United Banking Group
Friday, January 26, 1973
If you handle the nitty-gritty of keeping
the family's finances straight, you ought
to know about a new service.
It does four things for you:
1. It keeps your checks from bouncing,
2. It gives y< >u immediate cash when
you need it.
3. It gives you credit like a card, but
cost- less.
4. It cuts down on husbandly lectures
about household finances.
Introducing the unbounceable
check.
We call it Supercheck. It s a regular check
With one difference: it's good even when
it's bad.
We set up a cash reserve in your nams.
This money sits in the bank costing you
nothing until y< >u use it. When you need
money you write a check for more than
you have In your account. We then auto-
matically cover your checks.
1%a month.'
BankAmericard. Master Charge, and most
department store credit cards cost you
a month. Supercheck costs you 1%
a month! And only for the amount of
money you use and only for as long as
you use it.
Each month we charge your checking
occount ab< >ut 1 30th*of the amount you
overdrew. If you wish, pay us back quicker.
That means less interest.
2 ways it saves you money.
1 it gives you immedidte cash to take
: |c of any great buys that come
; It makes sense to pay 1 '<, a month
foi i >sh if it saves you 40% or 50% on a
Second, you can keep less money in
your checking account and more in your
igs account where it'll earn interest.
Say you keep $500 in your checking
account for emergi
1: ml ; i $500 Supercheck cash
reserve, you o mid put your $500 into
zings account I hopefully ours). The
Supercheck reserve is there in case of em "-
gency wh ir $500 is earning interest
If you don't nee,! .mv emergency money
for a year you're over >20 ahead in intere *
The time to borrow money is when
you don't need it.
That might seem odd. but it's true.
Like any len rt y< tu come in :' ;
im ikeand
. owe. Th< iu make

a litrating
Supei kal I eta loan
.

lime if you don':
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s

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One kind of person can't have it.
: fourbanl
We're! Florida wh

In lon'thaveior*
tl |ua ifu We're il -
toapi : for the vast
majoril fpeopl ; ply
How to get it.
If you : ir customer, pick i
ap] il nthem titimeyou'reintheb
if you re not isl imer, become oi .
You can apply foi a Supercheck account
e you're in the bank opening your
i king account.
Uncle Sam's Truth in Lending Act
says to tell you this:
Ourl
iponwhichal IN
AverageDaily
I the dally I an
'.;. -. off
. billing cy.
menl I credits reci
j ; tainedby ll
bei fda in the i
W< mt of the FINAN
HAR eriodk rateoi 1 I
WtVU P: Uit
' D >:ly Balance in
your Supe amount ior the montlily
billing
t i 'ur minimum monthlv payment will be I
ofyourm 1 utvM to the nearest $5.0
x>'<.r the remaining loan !
ttlessthan (10.00) You may avoid additional
I INANi i i UARJ2K by paying your entire loan
balance, Including accrued I iNANr.KCHAKGl j.
Ot any time.
If you should default in your obligation to repay
your Supercheck loan to the Bank, you may be
required to pay the costs incurred by the bank in
collecting the unpaid balance of your loan, indud-
Vki rtatonibh attorneys' fees.



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+Jewisiinc*iclb*r
Friday, January 26, 1973"



He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
m mure iou to sh out bionze mimmmis by smmam,
MAsna cuAnsmu m snvu and ttonzf
MIAMI S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone 261-7612


Friday. January 26. 1973
UM1 NOTKI
_____ U*M MOTKI
+ Xistrkilriten

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73 43
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|. III E*tAtf "I
'UAX .'VPF.N
I......-'I
T vi Creditor* anil All Person- llnv-
,t I llllmi ">r Demands Against Said
r.ial*
yog .1" hereby IHMUM and i. .m,,, ,|
..i any claJuia and demand*
. u m.iy tmyt acainat Ui ..
MAX CYl'K.X .1., eased |;,,,. ,,(
Ulll> Florida to the Clr. uil
Dadi County, ami r i.- tn
luplli ati and as provided In
: .! lk. Florida statutes m
. in the County Coui thouae
i. County. Florida, within Ms
month! from the tim,- of the
a) ii hereof, or thi mim
i t. ,i
'-.i"' Florida, this is
\ l> 1971
ut\ im; > YPEN
A- Executor
ui Ural Ion 'i thla notice i
t Jan i :;.!
v. i ii. Nauman ^ Re#a
II Reea
Executor
i BulMlnK, Mlam Fla
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coNNsTT^EcTrv^cs-0vN1CE
3BWw?FOR
ACTION FOR p,sso, UT
OF MARRIAGE
bituancs
RIMER
' Fl.MiK\vi','1'1' 7' ,;""1'" lntermnt
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;----------------------------_ ~~At* ./2--Jk 'V ....." = ,.Y i ','V ",r 1' v,',rs formerly '"'crim-nt AH \..|,
If* THE CIRCUIT COURT or Tu ^SA-IK rri| ,v< hdh*l, Pa. He U ,,, f RICHARDSON. V..... y [i, ,.; ,;,,, .
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c^u,rE RENNY COLLINS ^^ ?* '"'"> of '- Ini.-im...,! .M, x..,.
OF FLORIDA IN AND ?nR Hu-I.,.,,1 '^ .^aW. l>"'Pl* Beth SI,.,. ADE\BERG, I-el.,,,,,. 7. :-.'i Men .
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DAOE COUNTY
DDROB*TE DIVISION
diJeaii"|TODDC<)l'EMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"u-;;;v.'an..:mm.i.,,,mixs
Waiti.....in, n......,
^al...... *.....*-.......SSd srjrjssij" ssn ;;
It
v..., ..,.i,..,.,.% ,;,,, d ^ v::u^nvL-v''!'.;'// ''-' :'"< wS ,
,.''"' '"'- ...... ilinumi ,..r,'>K> PR^N. attorney for
1,1 may have aaalnai ih. ...... "'" 'ddr is 015 ii
' -f HANNAH T..1.1. -.'.i'kmVv "l'l''; '' I Ave" Miami'
''".....Male of pad. CountV Florida ''> '"
;; Irculi Judaea of I>,..1. Count?:
.. hi nit the him in duolli ate and ai
S THE CIRCUIT COURT
ATE DIVISION IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 73-301
J GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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rllH'HUBRtl
'"I All P< >...... 11.,,
1 rn.in.i-. Aaalm 1 tiald

notified a nd r iiuli. .1
' > lalro* .....1 mauds
11 mai hav< icalnai ih< .-
-ami i:i HOCHHKRO d<
Dadi Count) Florida
11 Ci in '. Proha Du
1' im' \. and thi ia m< In
ind aa pri \ Id, da Staluli in 'l .
' unty 1' ir 11 11-. 1 1 lade
" iilim -i\ ., 1 dar
n M-. tlm< of the first pub-
if. tin -..in. .. ill ba
Miami, Florida, tin- zi
\ 11 1 ; 1
II" u'HUEHfl
idmtnlatratiix
11 on 'i 1- 11.. 11.. ..11
1 Januai j
\ KKIKDMAN
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1 26 2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-108S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
:v RE
r. 1 f
JOHN 1. .ill.L. husband
:
>' a. 1 -;. KI\E OILL wif*
i\ i; r.11.1,
J South Sihool street
loaauln, Lodl
'".'ifornia
MtB HEREBY VoTIKIKB
action for Dissolution <>i M.ir-
i<,-n fii#Hl asslnal >*ou and
* u :i. iuur hi I tan ilt-fmaee If anv. to 't
urn H l.ii'Si'X E8Q at.
for Petitioner. uho... addreaa
io.'mii Drlv*>, Hallandala
". ml file the original
lerk of the above atyled
befora Fahroary SI, if,T.T
1 d< fault will be antt 1 1
I for tlie raflef rtemarilcd in
elltl
anall to- publlahed once
'. 111 aai ul Ive alia
IEW ISM FI-OIUDIAX
I --' ins hand and 'lie enl
in 1 at M'nmi Floi da on
I la 'HI irv "1 -
'I M(H I* BRINKER,
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"CE OF ACTION
' 'RUCTIVF SFRVICE
NO PROPERTY!
TLIT COURT OF THE
NTH 1L D CIA1 riRn it
r FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAr ACTION NO 7? IM'
""ION FOR OISSO' L'TION
OC MAR"IACE
' ipi v .,: if
I Mi ITI,
provided In Section 7.13 i.V pii.ri.To
"'' their office. In u ,!.,,;'
."' uae Ir Dad. Count* F|!
"'"'" "I" alendar month, from the
;'".; "' Ihe flral publication hereof
[I -am. will i | .
,' '' M "tlrt. Florida. 'In- \9 das
of Januan a |i 197J
'" nil .1 Evai -
Aa Adralniatratnr
. :' I "I I" '......' 'in- notice on
^ la) of Januai 1 ":::
EnSEX ,v ESSEN
\|'.: %. for Administrator
'-'" Ah -u \ D 'U- Miami '"' i **
l l'i-. Z-9-K
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the underataued deairlna i. luxaK. In
bualnena undci the Nctitloua nam. ol
\rl i am.I. ii d h a >l W \ i.u
I Id ..' P ii Boa 139:. Norland Branch,
M..... I Fla 1311 Int. nda to real-1, i
im. m Hi, t'lerk I Ih. i i
ull '' un ol Dadi r.nji i i .i.,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unil, t if, ,| deslrlna Ii njcaai
l.umn. uml. r Hi. I It lou
the orirlna
h ', i-ieri, f ,,v.. s,vUr|
in ,. ,. I,..,,,... ,..,.,,
Ise .i ilefn.ni win i. ,.,...,,
;,'".!.'"' '"", '"r "' r"",f demanded
in in,' comnlalnt or petition
,7?'"."" "]u'n '" oubllahed once
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAS*
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GENERAL JURIDICTION DIVISION
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 26, 1973

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

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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"cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fcJume 4G Number 4
Miami, Florida Friday, January 26, 1973
j'hree Sections
'rice 25 <*
No Shift In Attitude Toward
Israel In Inaugural Address
WASHINGTON IWNSI No
ation of change in President
Nixon's policy toward Israel or
the Middle East was contained
in his inaugural address. Four
statements in the a Idreas were
seen as bearing on the Middle
East, They included: "We shall
support vigorously the principle
Abba Eban To Visit
Several African States
Jl RUSALEM UT Al -
F in m Mil i tei \ i ie Eban
veral African
state; ;-. the near futun n
an effort to stn n [then Is-
rael's position on that conti-
nent a string of
diplomatic s< t backs there re-
cently, it was lisclos I here
No dates be >n et I >r
the tour. The for rgn min-
1 I I onsidering
w In h countries Eban should
Mo rary has been
need. Th
isti r wW go to n -Ian.
irk '
nrot
that no country has the right to
Unix)-, it., will or its rule on
another by force." prt serving
the long-standing U.S. principle,
opposed by the Soviet Union,
that the major powers should
not force a settlement on the
Middle East: and. "We shall do
our share in d-'fendin peace an I
freedom in the world but we
shall expect others to do their
share."
The President's philosophy, as
expressed in his inaugural ad-
dress, seemed a restatement of
the Guam doctrine of July 25.
1969, tlyit America- allies should
take mice reap visibility for tin ir
own survival within the n
of American military power, Is-
rael had developed this conci pt
long before Nixon enunciated It
A Conservative and a Reform
-'i! plii d the formal par-
ticipation of the American Jew-
ish community during the inaug-
ui i ceremonies. Rabbi Seymour
Siegel, professor of theolegv at
the J w ish Tl eolo deal Sen :
ol A i in N v. York d .
the invo il the
i ., ...
hi- second term. Rabbi Siegel
invoked a blessing using He
interspersed with English trans-
lations, saying. "Blessed are you,
King of the universe, who shares
a portion of his glory with mor-
tal man."
Rabbi Siegel is believed to be
the first non-Reform rabbi to
participate in the inauguration
ceremonies, Rabbi Edgar F.
Magnin, of the Wilshire Boule-
vard Temple in Los Angeles,
who spoke at President Nixon's
first Inaugural, spoke at the
worship service Sunday which
formally concluded the four-day
inauguration ceremonies. Ho
called Nixon "a modem Joseph"
and piaised him as "a great
leader a beautiful human be-
ing."
Services For President Johnson
The body cf former President
Lyndon Baines Johnson, who
died on Monday, Jan. 22, re-
ceived the nation's final trib-
ute in the Capitol rotunda
where it lay in state on
Wednesday. Funeral services
were taking place Thursday
in Washington's National
City Christian Church, after
which the body was returned
to Texas for burial in the fam-
ily cemetery of the LBJ ranch.
Before the body of the na-
tion's 36th president was
flown to Washington, it lay
in state, with a full honor
guard, at the LBJ Library in
Austin, Tex.
PRtStDINT LYNDON JOHNSON
Israel Bonds Pays Tribute
To Chairman Sam Rothberg
Rogers Appeals To
Israelis And Arabs
s Rothbe i .rider and
irn in ol the
Israel Bond Organization, will be
NEW YORK iWNS' Sec-
retary of State William P. Rog-
ap; ealed to Israelis and
to enter into some kind
': "a genuine, meaningful m o-
tiating process, direct or indi-
rect," to achieve peace In the
''. die East, Addressing a fare-
well dinner for Israeli Ambassa-
dor Yitzhak Rabin, Rogers said
tl United States regarded ne-
gotiations for an interim Suez
(.'ana! agreement to be the "mosl
realistic approach" to an over-
all settlement He said a final
settlement must take into con-
ition the right- oi Is
Arab states and the Pali --
tinians.
In Jerusalem, Israel officials
said R sp ech eon"
new. Foreign Minister
Eban said, 'Then iva n t
phra.....r i -
. that was not made In a
similar or identical way during
the last year." A state Depart-
ment spokesman said in Wash-
ington that Rogers' address was
"an Important restatem -nt of
our position and an assessment
of where we stand."
Rabin praised Rogers for his
initiative which brought about
the present Middle East cease-
fire, which he termed the "cen-
tral factor that has dominated
the Middle East in a positive
way since August 1970." Jacob
Stein, chairman of the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organlzat on*,
or ol the dinner, called for
a cra^h program to develop al-
ternative sources of energ;
the United States would nol be-
come dependent on Mi
oil produein count! ies,
A lead, r in .lew ish communal
affairs Mr Rothberg has long
been ted with a varietj of
forts to aid Israel's e or
Hi has be( n in the van ruard of
the l nd pro ram since
ii inception, and is president of
Capital for Israel, Inc., and of
Israel Investors Corp,
Mr. Rothberg serves ai d
ir\n of the in'
, yen irs Hel Ui
sity and is chairman and a ]
president of the -%"'" rican
Friends of Hebrew Universitj
He holds an Hebrew Univer-
sity honorary doctorate and
three years ago the ampl
al on Mt. S opus as .
ite I in the n u
J in and Sam Rothberg.
In the United states Mr I
berg serves as board chai
of the American League foi I -
nember of 11
tional campaign cabinet >;>
i v eutive c immitt< e of
United Jewish Appeal.
On Sunday. Mr. Rot lib- r
among leaders attendin
Prime Ministers
Israel from Jan. 28 to 31, at
in\ itation of Prime M ni
M
Hamburg Speeds Trials of War Criminals
SAM ROTHBHG
r at the interns-
I rae 1U nd din-
ner on Saturdi March
1 Men- will the
ference,
RONX IJTA1 A Judicial
sour e in Hamburg last week
said that the city intends to
d up its ; Nazi war
criminal! Fustice Hans-Joachim
' hat en co irts wi'I
i s
with N *
few years
that 28
n
ed as quiikhy as poa
for legal and political rea
The move follows protest -
burg over the long tin
quidi il for lust Ice to be d ii
also follov d a letter fron
S mon Wiesenthal in V
in I'or Wilb : ;
-.' hich pointe l out thai 68 i
:ed
. In still pen
DIPLOMATIC ((HP OR DISASTER?
The Pope Paul YI Golda Meir Meeting
Was the meeting between Pope
Paul VI and Israel! Premier G ldo
Meir a diplomatic achievement or
a disaster0 That question has
arisen in the minds of millions of
people, who are naturally bewild-
ered by the confused reports that
have appeared in the mass media
in the past week.
0j the morning of Monday, Jan.
15, the announcements of the sur-
prise visit left a generally positive
impression, suggesting expectation
and hopeful new initiatives, includ-
ing the possibility that the audi-
ence might be a first step toward
official diplomatic recognition of
Israel by the Holy See. By late
afternoon, newspajier headlines and
radio-TV newscast- were describ-
ing the meeting as "cold," the con-
versations as "tough talk." and the
entire event as "a diplomatic slap
in the face of Israel."
What had transpired behind the
scenes that led tO create this trou-
blesome confusion? The following
information is based on trans-At-
lantic telephone calls, within 24
hours of the Pope Paul-Premier
Mt ir meeting, between AJC offic-
ials and members of the Israeli
delegation that accompanied Mrs.
Meir to Rome, as well as Informed
sources in Vatican City.
Contrary to later press reports
from Rome, the meeting between
the Pope and the Israeli Premier
was cordial, and characterized by
mutual respect and reciprocal un-
derstanding When Mrs Meir and
her party arrived at Vatican City,
they werp received with the same
high order of protocol and diplo-
matic ceremony as was accorded
to President Nixon on his last
mating with the Pope. When Mrs.
Meir entered the Pope's library,
ihe Pontiff greeted her by saying
that he blessed her personally, and
blessed the State of Israel.
Then Pope Paul VI said that thus
meeting was a historic occasion,
and Mrs. Meir voiced her agree-
ment. They both clearly acknowl-
< on tin ued on Page 11-A
edge,) that this was the first time head of the government of the
a Supreme Pontifl ol the Roman en St Catholic Church had received the When he started tne com
Meir-Pope Meeting Expected To Open
Dialogue Between Israel Vatican
JF.RCSAI.KM i.TTAt Pre-
mier Golda Meir's meeting with
Pope Paul VI in the Vatican Jan.
15 is expected to open a continu-
ing dialogue between Israel and
the Vatican shortIv which will
concentrate on finding ways and
means to grant special legal sta-
tus to Christian holy places in
Jerusalem, informed source- i
here today.
The Pope is understood to
have expressed to Mrs. Meir his
interest in proposals for leg
formulas that would accord -ra-
cial status to Christian holy
Continued on Page i2-.\
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Col. Joseph Alon
Featured At LZO Conference
Joseph P. Zuckerman, chairman
of the Farband Labor Zionist Al
lianee. announced that the eighth
stein. Israel Finkel. Maurice Fbrer, |
Samuel Galfond, Norman Kemper I
Jo^h RemuKek >l Rysenber?!j
IBcai^Xn'iiflro.* T>r ."^Bernard I
Schumer. Morris Tanir.s and Dr.!
Simon Wilensky. honorary vice
chairmen; Joseph P. Zuckerman,
chairman; Anne Keller, Leon Or-j
enstoin and Hannah Yesner, re-
cording secretaries; Abraham I
FraitWin and Sender Wolson. fi-,
nancial secretaries.
Consultant committee. Sam
Berke, Joseph Brilliant. Dr. Isaac-
Fein. Mayshie Friedboig, Fanny
Otbaon, Gertrude Canter. Rev. Jo-'
seph Krant7v Julius Nadel. Max
Rothman and Joshua Z. Stadlan
board of directoirs. Harry Altman,
Leon April. Sarah Bonier, Lestei
Hiuelman. Louis Doblin. Abrahan-
Fisch. Sara Geit/, Mayer Gold
stein, Celia Gottlieb. Harry Kam-
iner. Herman Kass. Milton Keller
Isidore Lederman. Ely Malta, Lola
Merlins Phillip Nashkin, Sam
N'-shkin. Morris Orenstein. Victor
Roskin. Harry Sachs, Bessie Stad-
lan. Simon Tetenbaum. Abraham
Warshau, Irving; Warshawski, Ray
Weisberg and Jerome Yesner.
Citizens School Committee
Hears Talk On Education
Att. Cen. Robert Slievin
Speaks At Police Institute
COL JOS. AiOH
annual Greater Miami Conference
ol the Alliance wl'l be held Feb. t
at noon in the A" fiers Hotel
The luncheon and concert will
feature guest speaker Col Joseph
Alon. Isra< I's Air Vtl u he to the
to til.' United State, and Canada.
and a hero of Israel's Six-Day Wai ;
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual lead-
ei of Temple Emanu-El; Myron J.
Brodie, executive vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and Zev Baumgold, a UJA
representative.
The event is being sponsored on
Hehall ol F lerati m'a 1973 CJA-
II-IF an | a gn.
The 197 I Fai ban i I iboi Zionist
Division ..i Federation's CJA-IEF
campaign includes the following
members; lack Fiiosol Bernard
Gingold and Morris Honigbaum,
honorary chairmen: Menasha FcW-
The 12th Annual Tampa Bay
Area Institute on Police and Com-
munity Relations, held on Jan 22
at the University of Tampa, fea-
tured Attorney General Robert
Shevin as the keynote s|>eaker.
The Institute was planned to
offei al! segments of the com-
' nmnity and law enforcement agen-
cies an opportunity to work to-
.-ether to further understanding
and cooperation t>> improve law
enforcement and decrease the
potential for disorder.
Among topics discussed were
Youth Police Conflicts, Problem
Are,in mi the Criminal Justice Sys-
tem, Mews Media and the Criminal
Justice System, and Rxploring
Ways Education, Law and Rehabil-
itation Can Work to Prevent Drug
Abuse
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The next meeting of the Cit-
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held on Friday, at 10 a.m., in the
auditorium of the Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayno Blvd.
Guest speakers will be Donald
Burroughs, director of the Office
o! Equal Educational Opoortunity
for the Dade County Public School
System, Dr. Gordon Foster, direc-
tor of the University of Miami's
I't-segreeation Consultation Cen-
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educator and author.
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their desegregation plan. This will
I culminate in a meeting of ttw
I Dade Board of Public Instruction
on Feb. 20.
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WASHINGTON. DC. China
is now briskly preparing to do-
ploy a first group of about 10
nuclear missiles With sufficient
range to reach Moscow, Lenin-
grad and other Soviet heartland
targets. The Chinese prepara-
tions, only recently observed by
the United States, are both novel
and ingenious; for the missile
sites are literally being carved
into the sides of mountains, out
of living rock.
Just when the mis-iles the r-
setves will b married to the
sites is of course anyone's guess
But it is certain thai the Chi-
nese have already iccessfuUy
Friday, January 26, 1973
VohlSM 46
23 SHEVAT 5733
Number 4
Golda Has Her Say With Pope
The interview in which the woman Premier of Israel
described her meeting with the head of the Catholic Church
contained nothing surprising, for no one would expect
cr.ything less than blunt, yet polite, talk from Golda Meir.
If the historic meeting did nothing else, it reminded
the world that Christianity has played a major role in the
millenial persecution of Jews and that we have learned
our lesson only too well so that there is determination that
that sad history will not be repeated in our time. The fact
that the Vatican is, in effect, giving de facto recognition to
Israel which it has failed to do since the establishment of
the Jewish state, is an important step forward in Jewish-
Christian relations.
Beach Problem Requires Action
Within the area bounded by Dade Boulevard and the
southern tip of the island known as Miami Beach lies the
wcrst of 14 blighted Dade County districts, according to a
unigue study of the guality of life in this South Florida
paradise.
Most of the more than 40,000 residents of South Beach,
cs is known, are Jews elderly retirees from the north -
who have the lowest average income of any of the areas
and live in housing units which are nearly 30 per cent
overcrowded creating a density three times the Dade
County overage. And to confirm the recent relevations
I complaints, 79 per cent are paying more than they
should for housing.
The release of the study is confirmation of much that
the Jewish community has known or suspected for a num-
ber of years. Based on facts gathered during the 1970
census, the report is not one that can be ignored or shelved
but constitutes a call for action from every Jewish agency
in Greater Miami. Jewish pride, if not the demand of
'tsedakah" which should be paramount, reguires nothing
less.
A Negative Approach To Poverty
The bureaucratic mind often boggles the imagination.
The executive director of the Association of Jewish Anti-
Poverty Workers in New York has come up with a sugges-
tion that his organization sponsor a program to move some
of New York's poor, elderly Jews to Israel.
While the condition of a number of these Jews is ad-
mittedly difficult, particularly in slum areas which have
been taken over by other ethnic groups, the recommenda-
tion to add to Israel's problems with its own poor, not to
say the absorption of immigrants from all parts of the
world, has many uncomfortable overtones. To suggest
that the United States government share in the costs of
such an operation has implications which will become
clecrr to racists and anti-Semites, if not to some Jewish
bureaucrats.
That Jewish poverty and the living conditions of many
are a matter of concern goes without saying. It is some-
thing that has been neglected for too long but, for that
matter the whole question of our American poor is a prob-
lem we continue to avoid. The answer, however, would
not seem to be shipping people "back where they came
bom.
tested a new missile with Inter-
ite range of a few thou-
sand miles.
IN SOVIET eyes, as anyone
can figure out. Chinese deploy-
ment of these new missiles will
surely mean that a new phase
has opened. For the missiles in
their rough-carved sites must
a] p ar alt'>gether different from
the earlier Chinese deployment,
in completely soft sites, of about
30 missiles with just enough
range to reach targets in Siberia
Tn previous phase, there was
very little to deter a Soviet pre-
ventive attack upon China
provided the Soviets were ready
to use nuclear mis--iles of their
own to take out the short-range
Chinese missile*, in soft sit. b
the new phase, such an attack
w mid <>e entirely possili!.
rock-carved miai i
cannot give full protection
the h ige wai -
heads of the S >,., t SS-9a
it a ill be considei al >lj
- y.
THE \r:\v phase now \ I
> l ui ob\\ l<
furthei e. to the fir il
This will come when the
add an adequate anti-
missile warning system to their
ear panoply. If they then
adept a policy of "launch-on-
warning" (at is highly likely),
thi i sks of a Soviet preventive
attack .nil finally become al-
most unbearably great.
T1 >se are the background
fact- obi lined hen' against
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COMMENT

thi : e
F .1 ,;: .- In
igenc> >l
our nal ona u I loca J<
' unities in Jewish i
cation i- reall) on > in it> in-
fancy, although the issue i
to public attention more than
a decade a 4"
Few ;iaid much attention to
the studies, reports and speeches
which Indicated that Jewish edu-
cation was too important to be
left exclusively to the rabbis and
the educators. And. by logical
extension, to the synagog tes.
LOCAL ATTENTION to the
issue has come to the lore in
recent months as part of the
anxiety over "survival" and the
realization that not only were
many youth not receiving any
Jewish education at all but that
the synagogues, which accounted
for 85 to 90 per cent of those
being schooled, appeared to be
having financial difficulties
which could be met only through
Federation assistance.
And. in addition, to quote
Mendell M. Sc-lig, a long-time
community lay leader in the
educational process:
"Unfortunately, except for
possibly a few, congregational
schools are poor schools. Most
teachers are not qualified. Most
methods, standards, curricula
and equipment, including text-
books, are not modern Almost
no schools are adequately equip-
ped with audio-visual, film
strips, tapes, etc.
THE CONGREGATIONAL
schools," states Selig 'by and
large are a dismal failure and
are responsible for the labeling
of Jewish education by so many
leaders as a 'disaster area' "
Thus, on the narrow issue of
the schools
the stu
Seiiy states thai
itioi no business be-
in the synagogue :h
"It i- as ridiculous and un-
thinkable for Federation to as-
sume responsibility for a syna-
gogue's budget or Ita services
or its membership fees, or the
composition of its choir, or the
size and cost of ita buildings, as
for it to assume responsibility
for its sen H)l "
HE SI 0OEST8 that the syn-
agoguea reevaaiate then- posi-
tions on such things u merging
schools in the same area, con-
solidating the costly independent
bus services, youth programs
and adult education in order to
deliver better services at lower
costs
However, he does see Federa-
tion playing a rob- in Jewish
education to salvage and res-
cue as many graduates of con-
gregational schools as possible."
Some of the thinking ho has
projected on this as a member
of Federation'i Educational
Planning Commission has al-
ready been put into effect, such
as the expansion of the High
School of Jewish Studies
Sam Cohen who held a I
professional post in our Greatei
Miami Jewish Federation tome
years ago before becoming as-
sistant director in Detroit, takes
a not surprisingly jaundiced
view over all the excitement
IN A PAPER delivered at last
Novembers Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
assembly. Cohen sets limits on
Federation involvement which
doesn't make him unique. What
does. I believe, is why:
"We are struck with the logic
bv EDWARD COHEN
t in a
ii the makr ob-
t) i- tin
;>: set vat ion ol Jewish life .
J. wish lit. ig the essential in-
strument thi .null which the
community hopes to achieve this
objective" and, notes my old
friend, "This simple thought
sounds so right bill how often
In real life it come- out so wrong.
HOW MANY instances need
one riti where extensive knowl-
edge of Jewish lore :> isolate!
from Jewish performance. My
own observation is that, in fact.
there is Just a feeble correlation
between the amou.it and mode
of one's Jewish education and
his commitment to what 1 call
Jewish community."
Thus, whatever Ls meant by
commitment, is something th.n
in Sam Cohen's words neither
can nor should be relegate.! to
the school and we therefore
should not "be so harsh in our
judgments and expectations of
the Jewish school."
AND THE logical conclusion
i- that we not make the mistake
of equating what wo now call
Jew ish .ducation as the sub-
stance of Jewish identity .
implying that men and
women who have not them-
selves benefited from huge doses
of Jewish education are hardly
committed to. or barely qualified
for leadership roles, no matter
how much they may Contribut-
and perform."
Having said that, it is clear
that in these not isolated views,
education is not considered to
be one of Federation's major
missions or highest priorities.
But it doesn't end the debate.


Friday. January 26. 197J
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Gov. Reubin Askew Named
Honorary Chairman Israel 25
MullUII G&vernor RetsMfl As-|ttu- Oranjte Bowl Committee-
tow has accepted the position of The Israel 25 Committee which
honorary chairman of the Israel | is responsible fop coordinating the
parade and other events <>f the
commemorative year, was estab-
lished by the Greater .Miami Jew-
ish Federation which is supporting
the celebration. The ym and
YU'IIA is the functional agency
provk*jng staff to the committee
under the direction of Marvin
I.ieherman. assistant executive di-
rector "f the Y.
Other agencies taking part in
the years activities include the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation.
Members of Norman Bruce Brown Post 174
and Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans
receiving proclamation for "Jewish War
Veterans Week" in Miami beginning Feb
8. from Mayor David T. Kennedy and the
Miami City Commission. Tag days will be
held Feb. 8 and Feb. 15. From (left to right)
Mrs. Rcse Gordon, vice mayor; Hy M. Mor-
ris, post tag day chairman; Edwin L. Feibel-
man, post guartermaster; Commissioner The-
odore Gibson; Mayor Kennedy; Alexander
Greenwald, post commander; Mrs. See
Lefkowitz, auxiliary president; Mrs. Sylvia
Liebma.n, child welfare chairman; Mrs. B- -
Swartz, auxiliary tag day chairman; Cc~.
missioner Manolo Reboso, and rear second
from right. Commissioner J. L. Plummer Jr,
GOV. RUJB.fi ASKEW
25 Committee. Mrs. Burton (Fran)
Ie\cy. Chairman ol the committee
announced,
Mrs :. vey exi resse I her grati-
tudi i '<> Askew for h s offei
" be of h< l.i to the committee
which is coordinating the celebra-
lioi 2 th anniversary of the
. stal lishmenl In making the announcemenl of
thi Govern tance as hon-
i ary head of thi on nittee. Mi s.
Leve; thai the Sunday,
May 20th "Salute i<> I
Pan i Miami Beach promises
to be "om of the sjiectat il u
events of the year."
Parade chairman i-- Stephen J
R ms< n.
The parade is sche lull d to I
at il a.m. from Miami Beach High
s< hool an I will proc el along
li.nte Blvd. to Washington Ave
It will progress South on Wash-
ington Ave i" Lincoln Rd then
move east on Line* In Rd. to Col-
lins Ave, and tui n North on Collins
Ave. to return t" tin school.
More than 25 11' ts have all
been comltted to the parade by
business establishments, Jewish
Organizations, Synagogue and
youth and adult organizations.
The parade, a community effort.
will be developed around the theme
"Hold High The Torch < >f Israel's
Independence."
Mrs. Levey said "she and Mr.
F.cms.ii are icon rv.; cooperation
from many local schools with
bands that Will take part in the
parade, and we have received in-
vuluable assistance rfom Ernest
Seller, executive Vice president of
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AJC Urges Key '73 Not To Proselytize Jews
Reflecting the concern of Amer-
ican Jewry that the year-long
evangelistic campaign known as
"Key '73'" might become a "source
of tension and conflict." the
American Jewish Committee has
urged Christian groups participat-
ing in the campaign to "respect
the convictions and feelings of
Jews and tn disavow specifically
any intention to proselytize the
Jewish community."
In addition, the AJC listed
three specific suggestions as to
steps the Christian groups might
take to alleviate Jewish fears over
the stepped-up missionary drive
They were:
To take "particular care in
the presentation of such themes
s the crucifixion and Jewish re-
action to Jesus, so as not to con-
tribute to the development of anti-
Jewish attitude-, in the Christian
community";
"to give serious consideration
to the conclusions of reputable
Christian scholars affirming the
continuing validity of Judaism":
"to avoid the implication that
Christianity and America are
synonymous "
The AJCs official statement on
the evangelistic ampaign was
adopted in principle by its Na-
tional Executive Council last De-
cember, and ratified by its hoard
of governors thi> we-.'k.
The stated aim of "Key "73" is
"to share with every person in
North America move fully and
more forcefully the claims and
messages ol Jesus Christ." While
i, ted In evangelical Protestant-
ism, it has received wide ecumeni-
<;.; -;ip;'<>:- :;.rv. other Christian
groups In a liti< n. the AJC noted,
"there ha- been a marked incn
in the efforts ol is missionary

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cion of all Christian motivatations
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cooperation in recent years. Amon"
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improved Christian textbooks.
training programs for Christian
teachers, massive Christian sup-
port for Soviet Jewry, increasing
sympathy for Israel, and growing
rejection of anti-Semitism"
"These gains must not be last
throuch an irrational over-reaction
to those movements that rely on
persuasion and not coercion." thf
AJC statement said.
The full statement follows:
A significant development affect-
' inc. contemporary Jewish-Christian
.iiions i- the recent intensi*l'*a-
tion of programs of evangelism.
During the next 18 months an un-
precedented evangelistic drive
j known as "Key "73" is tcheduli l
throughout North America. This
campaign, while rooted in evangel-
Protestantism has wide ecu-
mi deal support and ha- as its
' state,1, aim "to share with every
person in North America more
fully and more forcefully the
and message of Jesus
. Christ In addition, there has be n
., mark* ,i ,v rease In > effoi ts
of those missionary uroups which
?ifically at the conversion
' i to Christianity.
The AJC : cognizi the
i
props :ate 'hen
ty. However.
iry appi each.', to a -
ha\ > fi equently been bas< I
false -" typed and cat ical
of Ju lai as n it
plete" or "obsolete" religion that
has bt -n repla ed by the "new
Israel" of Christianity > :ch a
view is offensive to the dignity
and honor of the Jewish people. |
Lest the forthcoming evangelis-
tic campaigns become a source ot
tension and conflict, we urge the
various Christian bodies partici-
pating in "Key 73" and shnila.
efforts to respect the convictions
and feelings of Jews and to dis-
avow specifically any intention to
thus proselytize the Jewish com-
muivty. We also suggest that iar-
ticu'ar care be taken in the pres-
entation of such themes as the
crusifixion and Jewish reaction to
Jesus, so as not to contribute to
, the development of anti-Jewish at-
1 titudes in the Christian commu-
nity. We ask Christian groups to
give serious consideration to the
conclusions of reputable Christian
scho'ars affirming the continuing
' validity of Judaism. Further, we
. urge those groups engaged in Key
Friday. January 26. 1973
Parents Take Spotlight In
4V Activities And Program
'73" and other programs of evan-
gelism to avoid the rmp'ication
that Christianity and America are
synonymous.
Finally, we caution the Jewish
community against withdrawal
i from the arena of interreligious
I activity, out of an unwarranted
suspicion Of all Christian moth i
tions In approaching Jews for dia-
logue or Interreligious program-
ming. Jews have benefitted sub-
stantially from increased Jewish-
Christiafl coooeration In recent
years: in revised and improve'
Christian textbooks, in tra.niiv
nrograms for Christian teachers
in massive Christian support fo
Sovie' Jewry, in increasing sym-
pathy for Israel, and in a growin .
rejection of anti-Semitism. These
gains must not be lost through ar
irrational over-reaction t" those
movements which rely on persua-
sion and not coercion.
"Parents Effectiveness Train-
ing" will be taught at the "Y hi
a special eight-week course start-
ing Tuesday. Feb. 6 and ending
March 26. Vivian Becker, director
of Group Services of the "Y" has
announced.
The course wi'l he taught by
Mrs. Becker who is a psychiatric \
social worker and a special trainer
for Effectiveness Training AssocaV .
ates of Pasadena. Calif
Classes will be based on the
book. Parent Effectiveness Train- j
ing" by Dr. Thomas Gordon and
Students will be provided an op-1
Dortunity to develop active expert- j
cnee in the "no-los- method of,
problem solving designed to re-
duce tensions in families.
Clas-es will meet each Tuesday .
from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Cardinal '
Room of the "Y" located at BS'W
SW 8th S; For further informa-
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To turn our children away from the spiritual sickness of aliena-
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To make sure that all Jews everywhere can live in freedom.
With dignity. And justice. And honor.
Dare we dream this impossible dream? -.
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*Jewi*t> HcrMton
Friday, January 26, 1973
Finance Minister Sapir Coming
For Histadrut National Confab
Israel's Minister of -Finance.
, Pir-eha* Sapta.will come to Miami
Beach Feb. 15 to present Dr. Leon
If "
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PINCHAS SAPIR
Kioniih the $25 Million Award of
the l.srael Histadrut Foundation at
Xbe oncluding dinner of the eighth,
annual National Mid-Winter Con-
ference of the organization.
Announcement of Mr. Sapir's ac-
c> ptance was made Wednesday by
VV am H Sylk of Philadelphia.
o< "ition chairman, and by Dr.
P Stein of New York, national
president of the Israel Histadrut
, Foundation.
The three-day conclave, which
I opens at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Feb. 13, is expected to attract
more than 1,500 delegates from
throughout the United States and
Canada. Mr. Sapir will speak at
the featured session Feb. 15.
Dr. Kronish, who is national
chairman of the rabbinic cabinet
for Israel Bonds and rabbi of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. has worked
closely with Minister Sapir for
nearly two decades.
Considered one of the two men
most likely to become the next
Prime Minister of Israel, Mr. Sapir
has been a leading statesman
since the establishment of the
Jewish state nearly 25 years ago.
The Feb. 15 banquet will be one
of the featured events in the
worldwide celebration of Israel's
s:lver anniversary of statehood.
Mr. Sylk said.
His career has been marked by !
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+Je*istifk>rfdfaf7
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Klections for officials of th' knowledge of true Judaism to Jews rebbe. Rabbi Menachem M.
Neshei Chabad group of Greater : the world over." j Schneerson of New York, world
Miami, were held recently at the The officials elected included itader of the Chabad-Lubavitcher
Chaasidira, Neahei Chabad will be
holding weekly classes in Chassidic
philosophy. Mrs. Rifka Korf will
which strives to 'disseminate leadership* of the Lubav:tcher be coordinator of this project.
Nf>alMi rhlhlfl Fl#nt I .-uI.t. hom'' f MrS- Ita Marcus Ni"snei *. Zilra Brusowankin. presi-
llCaUCI II.IIKHI JGdCCfS L;t*aCl*rS chabad is the women's division j dent and Mrs. Sara Roth, co-
of Uie international Chabad- president.
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i '. mt HiuiiH mi i
in,-'tun..*. ........I:.- bj HIBMMMHM
*/n>* FKabbi Speaks J-ront
<7l yjPit
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Yisro
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Rabbi shap.T"
Bv RABBI S.VTCFORri'SHAPKltO
It's great to be Jewish! It's fun.
ll'g smart, ami its logical!
Whenever I read this matrnifi-
(cnt portion. I
become inspired
.ill ovei ai;ain
Such w i~,i nil
anil such faith,
such psychologi-
cal insight and
so Ion.; ago too!
How \\ is,- was
M Jethro, the
father-in-law of
M< -. < to know
the "precsures"
". leadership
and to acKise
* I o delegate authority to
0O' 100's, and 10's und so the
Mintan">.
An i the Ten Commandments in-1
scribablj brilliant, moving'y iinv
< eternally meaningful. "1 ami
> ir God": and what follows is I
a Ivice on how to live a happy and
II life, I recommend the follow-
S as life's best medicine for bo I.
d soul (now read Exodus 20i. '
Long ago a great King Hanrnur-
apl decreed laws that were perhaps
ire detailed than those in our
Pible and pre-dating our s -1 as
']' But otto rs are relevant today
while the others grace mi'seum
(Bes and it's important to note
hy this is so. Hammurapi wrote
for only {, special c'ass the
nobility. Anyone not "Born to the
purple" was a slave and had no'
-
inalienable riihti,'*" but the'laws
of Moses apply to all to each and
every human being, be he prince,
noble, king, pauper, manservant,
or simple barn animal..
We survive, we progress, and
we bring nobility to life for we are
heirs to the longest unbroken In-
tellectual and democratic process
known to mankind,
Tt's not a.- easy as it looks or
sounds, but for a good introduction
lor review) read your Bible, and
thank God for your blessings and
get busy and work an.i smile, per-
form a few mltzvoth ant you will
have insured as each generation
does, the perpetuation of this ricn
gilt we have given the world.
Mesivta Luncheon
The Mesivta Women of Greater
Miami is holding its annual mem-
ber and life membership luncheon
on Monday at noon in the home
ol Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S
Gross, 3542 Flamingo Dr. Mrs,
Pearl Kolko is life membership
< hairman.
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Jan. *
Ian. !
Jan. -!*
Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross
Ch. 7 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Kugene Labowitz
Ch. 4. 8:30 am. The First Estate
Repeated on Ch. 2 at 630 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Key '73" and Judaism"
Guests: Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rev. Robert
Backer
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stHOfus of mi wniur joiah mmo*
Yisro
20-23) nW Je,hr0' fHe PI"iCSt f Midian' MSes' father"in-law.
^2J2K VIS,T: WW'e Moses carried *** in
JKTHROS VISIT: While Moses carried out his nation in
Egypt, h* family returned to M.dian. Jethro brought his daugh-
ter Zipporah. the wife of Moses, and their two sons to Rephidim
where Moses received Jethro with respect and affection and r*>
lated all that God had done for his people His father-in-law joy-
luily acknowledged Gods power and offered sacrifices to him
Seeing how Moses, apart from his other tasks, was over-burdened
with judicial duties. Jethro advised him to appoint judges to
a-.--i.st him and to reserve the difficult cases for himself and
Moses acted on his advice. Jethro returned to Midian
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS: On the first day of the third
arrived .. the wilderness of Sinai and encamped before the J
tarn Moses went up to God. v-Dose voice called to him fromTe
Hi ki rT''T KSyPt- they ** Him ** ">UM become
W, kingdom of pnests and a holy nation." God said Moses
descended and repeated God's words to the elders, and the neoST
With one vo.ee. replied. "All that the Lord hath spok n wTSli
Sx, w t rCPr,ed ,hPSe WOrdS l ^ and <" then told ,ha
God would appear m a thick cloud and speak to him before the
whole assembly, so that his Divine mission would never again oe
doubted The people were to prepare themselves for thm"ta
or the great event, and were no, to touch the boundaries around
tbl mountain under penalty of death.
nmiHA?h>r T 'hreC da>'S had Pavsed' on ,hf> *xtt> >ay of Sivan
am,d thunder and lightning, a dense cloud descended on the
mountain, the sound of the trumpet was heard and Mo bought
hr people the foot of the mountain. Mt Sinai was env-eS
n smoke and God called Moses to its summit, bidding hun wH
he people not to break through the boundaries i an attempt "
gaze upon the Divine manifestation. Moses returned and repeated
these commands to the people. Then fo1 lowed the great.^f event
he world has ever known. The voice of God Himself was heard
by every man. woman and child, declaring the foundations of
religious and moral conduct for all time.
By RABBI SAMt'EI; 4. FOX
What Is the origin of the vir-
tue of visiting the sick?
The Jewisn code Of law iShul-
charj Aruk-Yore Dea 335) cites
this requirement as a religious
iaw. The Talmud (Nedarim 39B
cites this practice as a great virtue
and explains that visiting the sick
helps relieve him of part of his
illness
Some moralists explain there is
no ppeclfi: law in the Bible com-
manding a man t> visit the sick.
. hi ; ra tice c im s un ler the cen-
eral requirement of emulating the
Almighty who is often pr ijected
as a i,od of concern.
Man, being the Image of God,
must likewise be concern.'ri. Tin
rabbis explain that the Almighty's
visit to Abraham was for the pur-
pose of visiting a sick man. since
I Abraham had just undergone cir-
cumcision Tin' Almighty, there-
! fore, showed the erample for
gone circumcision, The Almighty,
therefore, showed the example for.
.ill humanity to follow. The Tal-
I mud declares such noble deeds to
| be matters of boundless virtue.
Why do many Jewi iasist on
eating hot food on the Sabbath
When it i possible to simply eat
only eold food on the Sabbath?
Generally speaking, the mot
luxurious of all the meals was sup-
posed to be the Sabbath meal. Thi-
s a means of declaring the Sab
bath da> as a 'delight." Warm
food is usually considered more
luxurious than cold.
However, there is also a histori-
cal feature involved here. A[i>ar-
>-ntly. many centuries ago. some
Jewish sects like the Karaites in-
terpreted the scriptures to mean
no one should keep any fire burn-
ing in his home on the Sabbath,
rhis would mean that there would
be no way of keeping the food
"*arm.
The rabbis interpreted the verse
n question (Exodus 35:3 to mean
"hat one cannot kindle the fire on
'he Sabbath but one can allow the
'ire to keep burning once it has;
">een m before the Sabbath. In >
rder to demonstrate that thej
Xaraites were wrong in their in-'
-rpretation of this verse, the rab-
bis insisted that people eat warm
lood on the Sabbath.
-is a matter of fact, the author
of the Jewish Code of Law < Shul-
chan Aruk. Orach Chayyim 257:8)
said that "the one who dons not
accept the words of the rabbis and
forbids hot food from being con-
sumed on the Sabbath is susi>ected
of being a heretic.
The same sect also does not al-
low any lights to be on in their
homes on the Sabbath. Therefore,
the rabbis made it a requirement
to have lights in the house on the
Sabbath.
It is for this reason that the
candles are lit at least a half hour
before sundown on Friday and a
benediction is made over them so]
as to stress the importance of hav-1
ing light in the house on the Sab-1
bath, instead of sitting in the dark. '
like the erring Karaites I
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piro. Cantor Lrcn Segai. 6
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i 'nntor I eon Sefral III nfl
CueMl upeakei Mr Prank Kreui
am ne> ili cIIwubk; i ion i. M< m
in i I ...- fill ned by I i i* SI ab
1 -' 'l iiv Mi and Mi Sam t
l>er m honor o( their n-eddim innl-
i-erxarj and hit hli ilnlnj
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BETH TOV (i employ 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Canior Seymour HlnkM. 8
Friday v nm ohservanei i>i dlntei
hood. Sabbath S'Sterhood members
ill partli nati ih< proci-am
IiohI ) oi si i it at thi ,i
-ion i.f ih.. service.

ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R Narot 10 i
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
FVid.,. ^ !. pin n.wlj elected ifficert
and board will l>< Installed bj Rabbi
I'.iul .1 R nder .....c Shabhal fo| i> -
iiik wiakv- will he hnnted by the
Sisterhood In hoi ..r ..f thor m I-
Installed Satnrdni ^ 4:. a.m.. rahlil'i
sermon: Portion ol Ihe Week
OR OLOM (lemele1 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi EHiot
WinograC Cantor Yehovda Bmyj.
min. 13
Rabbi Eiagene Latjsvitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. t
Frldaj B:IS i> m aerinon topic: "Tha
Ten ^PVflfTJrrJ.J0!, m^XUV"
Baturday niTninir. niiiiuni conaecra-
tlon ceremonies,
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radin SO
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 615
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 33
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CENTER 1720 7th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rahbi Emmet Allen Frank. Cin.
tor Murray Yavneh. S2-A
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CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Ml-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits
WORTH MfsUII KACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102S
NE Mi.irrii Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can.
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 33

BETH TORAH 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd Conservative. Rabbi Mux Lip-
schiti Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 13rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D.
2welling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 3*

SINAI (Temple). 01 NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvimi
Shulkes 37
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The> call ih.- Contlaenl to 1 .
u hal are Jn> Sunnosi l ti Heal "
loUwwed b\ One* Shabbni 1,..
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innl Mr. Blllol i':.r\vr S.itunliy
..... in Har Mllxvah: Jo< ah v 1 -
11!. and Rucei 1'.,' vet
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65O0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice '
Klein. 14 '
Friday 1:15 p m nuesi ~pe.,ker. Cir-
cuit Court JisIct When I'ln. > Gross-1
man will spenk on the t*>pi,- "Whrnt '
ii Me.in;, to li,. .1 Ijuly Judtre."
ZlOes (Ttmple). 8000 Miller Rd Con.
srvstive. Rabbi Norman Snaeiro.'
Canter Errol Helfman. it
Friday s p m.. sermon topic: "Con-
cepts w Llv* By Saturday a m
sermon: Sedruh of the Week
HIAUAM
TinHUTH JACOB (Tseaple). SJ .
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ns
thsn Zolondek. 1}
Friday 8.HS i> m sermon topic "Lassra
The Kev to Israel's Bxletooa Sal-
vrday :30 a m.
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Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbsum. jj
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. {i
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AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalmen Kossowsy. IS
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JUDEA (Temple;. 550 Granada Blvd.
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4t
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Isaec O. Vine. $g
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AGUOATW IS*AEL. 7801 Carlyi, Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAElTtTP dOtk St. Orthede.
Wsbbl Merdeeai Shap.ro n
BETH JACOel Ml Wa.hingtoa Ave.
Oietisdox. Rabbi Seimeeyanw T. Svrir.
sky. Canter Meiwrice Mtmchti |
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Je4-
're Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Csntor Saul Breeh. ?o
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Mrs. Mnrv Sarkln, Mr and Mrs
too Rhoknlskv.
"'~ nluh mnot nyprv Snm'ov at
1 -TO p.m. at tho Israolit.' Center.
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&Si L'r?r*'i ?*W'.i L8" Cantor David Conviser. 2!
B?TiLTF,-LAM~^~"ue,i0 A Or.
thodox. Rabb. Joseph E. Rackov.
"y- ____m___ 22 i
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TION. 843 Meridien Ave. 22-a '
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IbSa. ^""'"flton Ave. Orthodox.,'
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"n^n^*-"0^^ 2400 NM Tr^ I
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25 i
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OskUnd Pars, B4vd. Rabo, Akive.
BnMiant Cantor Maurice Nev. 4?
WjAMU-JM. 34*VvrOe*Jan4 Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Centor Jerome Khiment 4S
rOMTAHO BIACH
MrswOA,hV*W',M CEWTER *
*S2t2J* Cons.rvat.ve Rabb. Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Jacob J Ren.ee.
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HALLANOALC JEWISH CENTiB
Hrldsv evestlnar. Habhl Hbjsn M
XniW"'l "," hav' h' ^n-n
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jo^'h r.,'rr:.:",ne h,uj Mr "j "
i.aiavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. M
SINAI (Tempie>. liot Jabnaon ?.
4/
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Centor VehudA H^H,,^ ^*P
Tliv"swBLT"H iHM- ?****,
Reibb^ s.lt?n. *". Holtywood."
nsiDbi Salomon Bensrroch.
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KOrthEJH ISRAEI- '' Euclid Ave !
cantor Abraham Seif. jt
MENORAH (Tempte)7 ero 75th e. '
MfltAMAt
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ISRAEL (Temple). 4930 Sw jsth St_
'Souiider* Openinif Here
Films new to the area which are
oiH-ntne at VVometCO Theatres 00
Friday include Sounder" at the
Byron and Mayfair; and twt) fea-
turtt. -RiacK Mama" and "Dr.
J>kyH and Sister Hyde" at the
Miami and Dixie Drive-Jp. H.;l,1-
overi are The Getaway" at the
Miracle, and "Young Winston" at
the Twin 2-Dadeland.


r. January 26. 1973
+JeHtfh>rklk*r)
Page 11-A,
DIPLOMATIC COUP OR DISASTER?
The Pope Paul VI Golda Meir Meeting
Cmtiimrd from Pace 1-A
)n, FV>pe Paul spoko feelingly
jut the history of the Jewish
raplo, and particularly about
assume this role., for during Va*i- bfeshWgmg* thtff a- -tpVeay* Hd ratify publicly the growing diplo-' Cbac^infi that certain Vat ce I
1 can Council II, as wc'l as in sub- constructive solution be found, and matic ties between the Holy Sec officials had contrived to pe
, sequent public statements on leru-| that Mrs. Meir agreed to the nee 1 and Israel, and the meeting and or encourage Dr. Alcssandrini '
salcm. he had already revealed a for finding such a solution. At tlu the joint communique served ex- | misinterpret the -ubstana- ot I
strong anti-Israel and anti-Jewish
sufferings and persecutions.! hi t, ,.,,. ,..u i
j _, __. u .. bias. It was he who coned such
deplored hatred and anti- __-_.. .... .
potential phrases as the Judaiza-
tlon of Jerusalem." and "the suf-
litism. reaffirming the church':
rm ^expressed in the VaticanI ,* ci*[tana
juncil Declaration on Non-Chris-li
in Religions.
j in Jerusalem by the Israel, authori-
ties."
same time, the Pope also expressed actly that agrecd-upon purpose.
sensitivity to and concern for the
plight of Jew'sh refugees from
Arnb countries, and for Jews now
being oppiessed in Arab countries.
papal interview. <"hief Rabbi E'io
Toaff of Italy described the acii -n
Nevertheless, from the Arab M ..a Rrave discourtesy" to Is. .
point of view Dr. Alcssandrini
action was effective for he man-
aged to seize headlines in the
The audienet was granted by world press to create the impres- .
the Pope sole'y as a rcsjlt of Is- sion that the meeting was a diplo-
|The Pope then presented the hu- j Alcssandrini. according to avail- raf'" Picssi're. that it was a last- matic failure." In fact Religious '
bnltartan concerns of the Holy|ab|o pnst reporta f hj- sp,)k,. I minute concession because Mrs News Service" (Jan. 16l reports of 1ho :ojnt communique be ma I
r regarding the refugee proh- statement, made tnp following Meir WB* already in Paris. The that the Arab and Kast Kuropean avanablc to kev persons who m : i
ms affecting all peoples in the IM)ints non(. which Ktv factUatly fm'ts arp ,hat ,np audience was Communist press have launched a ruWic opinion "m order that i
klaie East, out with specific em- C()rlV0t: .agreed upon by common consent massive propaganda campaign de- understand what actually tra -
The di?crepancy tx tween the i" t
communique and Dr. Alessa i-
drini's comments appear to support
Rabbi Toaff s charge, and to re-
quire further explanation.
It is important that the full t "Ct
basis on the need for ending the
BiKhl of the I'a'estinian refugees
also indicated interest in the
eftfare of Christian and Muslim
Immunities in the Holv Land. In
lis discussion of the importance
the holv places to Christianitv
tlstn, and Judai-m. he expre.....i
Iron1: appreciation of the con-
nective way In which Israeli au-
rlttet have arid for the sacred
i!f. and their assurance of free realistic" and "unworkable.")
->-s for all visitor! and pilgrims.
j during a long series of regular con- scribing the audience as "a fail- pired in Rome namely, that hb-
# The Pope made dear to Mrs. 1 SUltations between the Vatican ure." The extent and vehemence j()ric even| 0. unprecedented '-
Meir that the 1947 prooosal for the j Secretariat of State and Ambassa- of that Arab-Communist reaction mcnsj0n< between the Cath
internationalization of Jerusalem dor Air. el Na.jar. Israel's envoy to js tni. i^<( indication of how sue-' Church and Israel took place wh
"corpus separatum" was st "' Italy, fAmbassador Nalar inform
official Vatican policy The fa ts'ed A.K's Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum
are that the Pope did not event in Geneva last month that "d
mention the word "internationa'i-1 facto" diplomatic re'ations exit
Zatlon." (In 1972. Vatican so-uves: between the Holy See and Israel
informed the AJC that the Vatican I and ties have never been ivtt
had given up that proposal as un-i nor more mutually respectful.)
cessful that meeting turned out to no propaganda
be. change.
campaign-
'
The Pope then discussed the
barred and universe' character"
\'. the City of Jerusalem, and its
Ifcious importance to the mono-
>t ?re-* reports, he did not mention
any way the political propo-.il
[>r the Internationali/ation of the
ty of Jerusalem.
As can he seen below In the full
r\t of the communique. Prime
linister Meir presented the views
the State of Israel on a variety
' issues the bnnortance of direct
foliations between Israel and"
Arab states to the achieve-
i-nt of a lasting peace: the inter-
il tonal problem of terrorism
Miirh the Po^e had condemned in
lay homily the wet k befon I;
ir.i th- human rights issues raised
ithe stttietion of Jews In thH
fcoiet Union and the Arab coun-
ts
0 The sole purpose for which
the Pope grant) '. the audience was
to prwsure the Israeli Premier on
tin Palestinian refugee question.
The facts are that the Pop > raised
The audience changed noth-
in Vatican policy toward th-
Middle East. The facM are that
ni Ither the Israeli ijovernment nor
ih. Vatican planned oi expc '
I hat anything would change Tbi-
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"Thh morning Jan 15. 1973 at 12:15 His Holiness Pope Paul \'I
received Mrs. Golda Meir Prime Minister of Israel who was ac-
cornpanied by the lsi^> li ambassador In Italy H. I. Mr. Amiel E.
N.i jar
"The conversation which lasted about an hour covered the
situation in thi Middle East and the specific problems concern-
ing the Holy Land.
"His IK iin< ss after having reviewed the history and the suffering
ol the Jewish i presented the Holy See's point of view on
the prob'eras which have to a targe extent relevance to its
humanitarian mission such as the refugee p oh m and the sit ta-
tion of the various communities which live in the Holy I.and an i
those which an directly related to it- more Spe Lfically religious
- ion regardinfl the holy places and th< sa red and universal
character o| the < ;tj ol Jerusalem.
"The Prime Minister emphasized Israel's desire for peace and
[j lescribed the position <>i the possibtTltics in reaching a
peacel solution In th MHdU I uten onnict through negotia-
tion- between th" parUes and on the afa.....-mentioned subjed
Bnd a|go refi rred to the phenomenon ol terrorism as well a- to
the specif conditions concerning Jewish communities in certain
pai t- ol the \orld.
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"His
Holiness Unallj in expressing his warmest wishes thai jus-
,; and law would establish peace and <.....xlstence among al
peoples of the Middle Kast once again declared the intention ol
the H !> see to do all within its possibilities in order to reach
these goals."
con !uded w Ith
nc !'nv ex ressine his "warm-
r-t wi=hes" that lustiee and law.
an 1 co-existi
'e, in the Middle Fasl
1 prevail He indicated to Mrs
thai the Holy See would do
its Db< Ihi n i to reach
[t'- se common goals,
v "' communique was then
[1 re ir 1 h> the Vatic etar-
state and m< > '' ""'
I ]-::..'.. led (tat'on. and its texl
>n the Pope and Mrs
IMoir.
Pj-ior to the nudk nee. and while
11 :,- Boincon. se\"eral ambassa-
s \-..'. who
. -.) ted to the Holj See ree-
..' stron f< : mal protest*
acainst the meeting It i- under-
< 1,'the Vatican Secretarial ol
Si ite in uch ti rm i< "1* trava".
at mv'i d threal '''''
-.- 11 istlan 'n
| Several v oV i !
\*nsTrrh Btbthl ; '
h .: h in Cairo, so such _
iusIv' ^. jg^3 Kleeted were Rmanuel
A aB "' '-- ^ s demanded 1(i| prcsiaent; Roj Martin.
n the Vatican a g ,| ., ,.,. m,, Ladl
ifjoajion or. pollev on the S1 Tetary, and Fd Lustig teasurer.
- .< helnc discussed by the Pope The firsl boanl meeting ted bj
the new officers will be held on
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Rrother Coleman of jack.son\ tie
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conference ot which he mal' a ,|;n, ,V(, p|agler St.. where he
fervenl verbal declaration of "Vatl ul,i address the lodge and visiting
can policy." His statements, which brothers from the local Hade and
were an obvious response to de- Broward lodges,
mands by the Arab ambassadors ^ combined 7th. Sth and 9th
that the Pope-Premier Meir meet- pyth|an nisj(.( meeting will be
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+Jeist Hot Mian
Friday, January 26, 1S?3
Meir-Pope Meeting Expected To Open
Dialogue Between Israel-Vatican
Feb. 24
Farband /imrah Annual CcKttcert Here
troubador. Solo-1 ucatton In the Polish Conservatory
C mitiiiii. (I from PaRp 1-A
place* tftfivevef. the Pontiff is
not believed to have suggested
"extra-territorial status" for the
Christian shrines. He is believed
to be interested in finding an-
other formula that would
ler special status on the sites.
Mrs. Meir. in her public state-
ment last week on her Vatican
meeting, stressed that Israel has
no desire to administer the holy
places of other faiths.
Political observers here, mean-
while, have expressed astonish-
ment over criticism voiced by
Vatican sources oi Mrs Meir's
press statements on her meet-
ing with the Pope- They ex-
-eil particular surprise al
Italian press reports claiming
that the Vatican was annoyed
by the premature announce-
ment in Israel of the meeting.
The news of the meeting was
announced in coordination with
the Vatican, sources here pointed
ed out.
The sources said 'hat there
Opera star Ginetta La Bianca
and opera and folk sinj>er Solomon
Gisser will head up the program
of entertainment in the Farband
Zimrah Ens mble's third annual
, was nothing in Mrs. Men su >- fftn s, ,,,, for Miami Beach
sequent press Interviews that
could be interpreted as an af-
front to the Pope. The inter-
views published in Israeli news-
papers and on television were
aimed at clarifying the nature
of the meeting and the develop-
ments that brought it about, the
sources said.
o4U
op
Continued From Page 4-A
'Heart's Throb9
Fashion Show
On Feb. 7 /
A "fun-fashion" show by Junior
Sophisticates will be the feature
;t a l>enefit luncheon for the
National Cystic Fibrosis Rest
5 i undatii n to !> hi I al ''
;.. ( Hotel on Wednesday, Feb. 11
at 11:30 a.m.
Based on the theme "Heart's
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sist of a series of skits and en-
tcrtainment.
Sponsored by the Pamela Miami
Beach Branch ol Cvsl Fil osis
tickets are available from Mrs
Mildred Gordon. chairman of
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which one must indue all sorts
Of facts in Chirr'.. They mean.
to begin with, that the Chinese
have not yet reached their long-
hi poinl if no n turn when
the Sovii ts must discard all
though) of the attack on China
th(,y have been so expensivel)
preparing.
Instead, the period of maxi-
mum danger st'll lies ahead, but
it i- now getting fairly close
F >r the Soviets must certaii !j
make their decision about at-
eking or not attacking China
at one of two points in time:
either when missiles that can
reach M >sco and Leningi .'.! B -
j begin to be deploye I; "
in to com-
plete the !e ign, with a v
al a nissi'e warnin
Meanwhile, as noted in the
the
last report in tl
danger of a S iviet p
Btts !< i- the i ue mainspi Ing >i
Chinese poMcy. Amonc othei
. this
produced in- new relationship
en Chin i an l this co
Most int Min-
ister Chou En-lai told
that th" first overrun
from tl; i 'niti .; Stati -. Beyond
I that v in 1!
i lent Nix in vio'entlv re-
|i cted a rather direct So> re-
t ii it Am 'i: in sup-
port In immediate action againsl
Chi:..
A Ii n pet \i '' th< n i
i | y the complex minuet
that c ilminnti
A Kissinger'; fi: -:' '
e Minis! "hoti men-
ti >ned Vietnam as n com
fac tor. But it i at that
an e\ en much gi eai r co
fact as i'!' rtes< In-
ternal politics; for the prime
led tb Am r-
i an link whereas Lin Piao and
i i 'i lite bitterly opj v I
it.
Tiny \\ AS hj Marshal Veh
Chien-ying was the soldier who
talked with Kissing" i along with
Prime Minister Chou. And since
the fir-t Kissin fer visit preced-
ed Lin Piao's (tight and death.
this is also why the Chinese were
then so passionately Insistent
that no on.' should learn about
Kissinger's Chinese interlocutor.
Chou's military ally against Lin.
0 d Marshal Yeh.
Yet it is tar rr>yrn important
for Americans to understan the
n al basis of the new Sino-
American relationship. The basis
was none of the things that vir-
tuous pt ople ha1 < >uppo! ed In
this country it was instead, the
r of Sovi t preventive at -
tack on China, a know !i
by both -
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finallj materia Izes, we In the
Unit i St ites w ill find our*
living in another Hitler-time al-
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ilph Renick To Preside
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; nd Jews and the Dade County
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Ralph Renick, vice president in
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tu be presiding chairman.
The Institute is designed to
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trial Relations Director, Proto
Tool Company, Los Angeles, and
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*Jewisti HcrkUar
Friday. January 26. 1973
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT L SEGA1
A Zealous Press... .A Free People
"I TAKE A r.RAVK MEW of the plight of the
press," the late A. J. Liebling wrote a dozen
years ago. "it is the weak slat under the bed of
democracy."
This pa>t year has witnessed
too many kicks at that feeble
slat, sometimes by toes of govern*
ment. And citizens concerned
about the right to dig for informs
tion and the need to know what's
goin on have good reasons to
keen their zeal for a free press in
America at a higher level in 197.'!
Among the alarming threats to press freedom
in recent months, the cases of Earl J. Caldwell ot
San Francisco and Peter J, Bridge of Newark, N.J.,
tinning on refusal to answer grand iury questions,
are perhaps the most significant. Bridge s|>ent 20
days in jail because he felt obliged to guard the
confidentiality of his sourc* In connection with the
alii ged offer of a bribe to a Housing Authority
.11, nber Caldwell refused twice to testify before
federal grand juries desiring a look at his note- on
confidents! interviews with Black Panthers.
BOOK REVIEW
Seymour Liebman
'Judenraf
THK RECENT DISCLOSI'BE8 that some six Israelis,
am ng them Sabras and kibbut/niks, were aiding and
a .inting with Arabs and that they are alleged to be
traitors came as a shock to Jews in the
Yishuv and Diaspora.
During World War II. it was believed
that some, if not many, of the officials
ol the Jewish Councils in Eastern Eur-
m ith the Nazis in order
to save thi lives of their fam lies and
ds and that sometimes they ac-
il bribes 11om othi is
(saiah Trunk- Judentat, with Intro-
on by Jacob Robinson (The Macmillan Co., $14.95
1 ibution to the historj ol the holocaust
' :"-' '" jl : ibout the Coun ;.-. the
its. It is l ysis of thi
i pu< by the
billot
.
' I he S

Latvia at

Research.
ol the holi
1!:'' tile
T nk si itions n be avi
' tat judgment io1 be passed on thi >ffi ils of
the Co mi dm e thoy wet undi wen terror-
dly and tychically, and that deman I
on an either i do this or be shol Hi
th ; oint I inj lew at the outi I were
with th. pros] i hetto autonomy which,
v maki lit. earable Ittli ilizing
v ( nntroHcd lal
the prozn salve tit I f Jew and the
the ii d iment if t ie lesti lotion." V |
I bj the Judei
"* .- .
P '' '' '' untered i ires, ntative bodj in
hi> toi y."
embe p.itted suicide L'lti il
Coum il 11 :i bei i hi i Jacob Robinson i in-
the introduction, "It would then, that
'-'- an i nsidei I, li wish part cipation or
non-p tion In the deportations had no substantla
influi nee one \\a> or another on the final outcome."
Thank- to Dr. Trunk, fudenrat will no longer be a
irative In Jewish history.
In the Caldwell matter, the Supreme Court on
June 29 overruled a lower court and held that newts-
men could not refuse to give a grand jury informa-
tion about their confidential sources. Here it seems
important to note that Justice Potter Stewart, in
his dissent, contended that the government toes
A number of states, notably Illinois. Maryland,
and New York protects confidentiality of report-
ers; and it is good news that Sen. Sam J. Krvin Jr..
of North Carolina has promised to give high priority
to a search for similar federal legislation this year.
frneJ Newsletter
By Carl Alperi
Big Parities...
Little Parities
ANT POLITICAL PARTY in Israel which polls
one per cent of the total vote is assured of a
seat in th.' Knesset, even if these votes are gar-
nered from widely scattered parts
,t the country This type of propor-
tional representation encourages
the multiplication of many small
parties. The popular vote is thus
fragmentized into more than a
lozen streams, and no one part)
has ever succeeded in achieving an
absolute majority In Israel,
It was recently proposed that
the "floor" for Knesset representation In- raised to
-" or .'.; or perhaps even .v. ol the vote cast
Naturally, the smaller parties, faced by threat
Of political extinct.,,-; are lip in arms. In their oppo-
sition to the plan such impossible allies as the
Communists and the extremely religious Agudat
Israel have loined forces together with five or six
other small groups to prevent the raising ol the
minim im figure above the present one per cent
- Tnc "A -' irties Labor and Gahal. orig-
poal fot its iwn
sons Laboi w ... in. ,.
"' ,:''' lies the ting it.
e to it. ni t give La
y hopeful that il
. vot.
ie an a I
- t!
il i-ity
i j
: from
limit
anl i
-. which to :. e
as an n live to th motoi ;-
-. with wl
' lainlj h ;,
M' i". a>an, Vllot ,, ,., ,.|V
.' ild ie iK'ttet
illy fa I

pi '-. I i i ...... .... th. |
This would in
' "' -,,,
i : .:;.. | hers lo !
'" u etion o e > ,,-.
>piii
old-t
N ' s 1 In titute in pled
i mstituenc
b chance to
select their own ..-; ., i tati< ind even c >-
' '' oussary, ra hei than leave the
the I ands ol the
partj is at pn lent.
A t ..- long 11-month pi e Hoi
lies have gotten
' Th. orii al i ntl usi ism ir the reforms
lie mm and it is now a f.
conclusion that nothing will happen This means
that no major hang s ot s can be expected
in 1973. It n mail ot :.. far Labor t i decide once
its I ... bearer.
Meanwhile, the observation of Congressman
Jerome Waldie of California is pertinent: "I believe
we are in the midst of an attack on the press moti-
vated by a desire of government not to have its
weaknesses and failures disclosed by a free and In-
di pendent press. This attack has culminated in at-
have the tight to force a reporter to api>ear before
a grand jury if it can prove that it is seeking infor-
mation clearly relevant to a precisely defined sub-
ject of governmental inquiry and that the reporter
is the only available source of such information.
(Underscoring added.)
Rut a half year later, the U.S Court of Ap-
peals for the Second Circuit fNew York) affirmed
a lower court's decision to grant journalists the
right to refuse to disclose a confidential news
-our,, citing a paramount public interest in the
maintenance of a vigorous, aggressive, and inde-
pendent press" and declaring: "Freedom ol the
pies- may be stifled by direct, or, more subtly, b>
indirect restraints Happily, the First Amei I
tolerates neith. i. absent a concern so compelling as
to override the precious rights of freedom ol sp. ei h
and the press."
tempts to jail newsmen in order to intimidate the
press."
Some may disagree and should be thankful they
have that right But others will recall with Ksma>
these trends in 1972: Vice President Agnew's not
verj subtle reminder t.> broadcasters that they are
licensed by the federal government; the FBI's act
of swooping down on a Boston bank with a fedi ra
grand iurj subpoena to "Main copies of all che ks
drawn on and deposited in the account ol the Uni-
tarian-Universalist Association between June I and
Oct. 15, 1971 alter that church's printing outlet, the
Beacon Press, published Sen. Mike Gravels version
of the Pentagon Papers.
Thomas Jefferson wrote this to Col. Edward
Carrington 186 years ago Were j< left to mi I
deckle wliether we should have a government with-
out newspapers or newspapers without a govern-
i I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the
Intlei To which Albert Camus was to add i :.
' ::: I" i| "Freedom ol the press is p. rliaps
the freedom that has suffered the most from the
gradual de a lation <>t the idea ot libertj "
Yet President Nixon, recently the beneficiary
' i it Ie if ronfidi nee, has taket < ol
.....iedia to task fat that whii h he re ;ai Is
" 'I urn "to ind rstand the n.
the Pn Idem h. n he n |,
.....
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Life With Hasidim
111 (iUm'lXU INTEBESl
.

iti
ism The latest
is th Faith." i
' II. .
' :e Press,
" ' I book Its text -
"' '" "' '
n iyii ihi laily ife
I lim and thei
'" ,!l" '' at ... i an I ai
li i an ind IM
Th" ,,,M tawi....." h> P m Oerahon K, u
' ; < it>r It conveys the at-
'"'.v. the section in Brooklyn where
''" !l'-''" fel "' on in a neighborhood po
acks p '' R ,. and other racial minorit -
N"" i:i 'setting of the neighborh.....I nor the ten-
rwaUing there impede the Hasidic groups : m
'''"'" ....."' '"tei ''- colorful and distinctive life
Th' "n**Hm In Willis and ,,,.
""' "'"" 'ling lo old ll..-,d.,- iraditions The> eon-
o drew In their Hasidic garb, They maintain their
m "" M tlj in the spirit of their fathers and
'"> in Eastern Europe, where the Hasidic com-
"'""""* ......'" ,h' 8th century. They are teopl. I
In their own world of puritanical concepts. "Serving God
VV,,h Jo> '- "" motto. And they find joy in then pray-
the traditional religious ceremonies to a twint
" ;: Pktelj o>,i,v,..s to the world around them.
^


kty. January 26. 1973
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Sees It

SEATTLE, Washington The ficfdom of the Boeing indus-
trial complex has been battered so badly by the vagaries of war
and peace production that it is more concerned about what hap-
pens after the Paris talks than it is with President Nixon's
Phase 3. Yet wages and prices remain gut issues here. Asked
what he would do if he were President, Sen. Henry Jackson said
he would toughen the controls and make them more equal for
business and labor alike before he started to relax them
If we needed any reminder of the role of government in the
economy President Nixon has provided the prod, clouting us
over the head with his Phase 3 decision with the same sharp
drama he had used on the earlier phases. The reactions were
contradictory, which shows that while economics may not be
a dismal science, it is a murky one Place all the economists end
to end and they won't reach an agreement.
The Wall Street market, for whatever its judgment is
worth, did a double take: first elated, with an upward price arc,
then depressed, with a downward one. At the start, the gnomes
of Wall Street thought it meant higher profits, then they took a
second look and saw it would mean tighter monetary' controls,
to keep inflation in check.
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THE FACT IS THAT WK accommodate ourselves constantly
to new realities which come from every direction.,including the
government. An.t in reacting we make choices which become part
of the reality. This applies to corporate managers, labor leaders,
farmers traders, middlemen, consumers. That's why I prefer to
call what we have not a free economy or a managed one but an
accommodation rnomy.
The Nixon decision was the first fruits of the new super-
Cabinet setup in economics with Treasury Secretary George
Shult2 at the head working closely with Herbert Stein Outside
the government the crucial voice was that of George Meany, who
was dramatically neutral in Mr. Nixon's favor during the presi-
dential campaign.
Two of thi m are professional economists, the third a labor
leader. All three are centrist moderates leaning toward a con-
servative economics except in time of dire stress. All are tough-
minded and believe in deals, l>argaining, pressures accommoda-
tions. This applies to the fourth man who will now run the op-
eration John Dunlop Harvard professor, mediator. Individ-
ualist. Of such i- the kingdom of control in the American
economy.
Except for food health and construction, the controls are
gone, although there are heavy hint.s of a "stick in the closet"
for malefactors Conceivably it may work. The corporate and
mone; managers who are supposed to care about a free economy
arc strangelj I it The liberal onom sts like Walter
Hellei and Arth i Okun who are supposed lo < about con-
jtrai pitn to it. All they as
in siness and thai ri ach f >r that
n neci ry an
\\ HKll SERVES TO snow how stran
its is. Dcspiti ithematical zardi
isn't nee a Much of it is politi -al man
int< : roups i Itiralist so rtotj ychologj
Mr. Nix taste or experience I u it at I I aves th<
technical sidi '.- He doesn't read the fin print wii
S tz as he du a.''1 Kissinger in the area ol d plomacy.
Y t Mr Nixon retains the overall ta tical r !e. He switched
and called himself a Keynesian when h" had to strike the note of
surance which only controls could give the people ;it the
time <: Phase l Bui the Phase 2 controls have worn thin, and
besides they hoiv !' Ivavily on labor Mr. Nivin d-e-n't mir.d
: aying hid election debt to Meany. Abo, his hi art still Ix Longs to
a less rigid, more spontaneous economy, and his hope is that
with Dunlop riding herd and with monetary controls as a
standby it may w rk
Bui if the ess nee of economics is psychological, the stick
in the closet and the herd-riding may not prove enough of a
deterrent against blind greed and mindless price-wage escalation.
The overt stick didn't work largely because the maxima set by
the price ami nay boards became minima constantly demanded
by both sides. Hut will the covert stick escape that danger? I
doubt it.
One thine is clear. Mr. Nixon enters his second term with a
gesture toward a freer economy, along with a firmer political
alliance with labor. If he gets a measure of peace in Vietnam,
the war expenditures won't heat up the economy as they have
done. As for labor, Mr. Nixon needs it to support his foreign
policy in the long struggle ahead, and he hopes to coax it into
the "new majority" that he counts on bequeathing to bis party.
Miami. Florida Friday, January 26. 1973
Section B
Congressman Emanuel Celler of New York
(center) is joined by David M. Blumberg
(right), president of B'nai B'rith, and Rabbi
Benjamin M. Kahn, executive vice president,
in admiring the B'nai B'rith President's Medal
presented to the retiring 84-year-old dean of
the House of Representatives for his history-
making legislative record. Rep. Celler serv-
ed for more than 49 years, was chairman of
the powerful House Judiciary Committee for
23 years and author of some 350 laws and
four Constitutional amendments. Award was
presented by Blumberg at a tribute luncheon
in Washington during annual meeting of
B'nai B'rith's board of governors.
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Mount Sinai Graduates
Nuclear Medicine Class
Mount Sinai ftedlcal Center''
School of Nuclear Medicine Tech-
nology, the first paramedical
school of its kind in the state to
receive approval from the Joint
Commute, on Educational Pro-
grams in Nuclear Medicine Tech-
nology, honored its first graduat-
ing class recently in ceremonies in
the hospital- now Anna and Louis
Hand Medical Cyclotron Complex.
Dorann Loeffler, Jack Barrow
Jr., and Arnett Franks received
diplomas from hospital director
Alvin Goldberg, and Dr. Atlbert J.
Gllson, chairman of Mount Sinai's
Division of Nuclear Medicine. Also
present were Doug Fuller, coordi-
nator of education for nuclear med-
icine and tf. partmental coordinator
Richard Munson.
The one-year program prepares
the student to assist a physician
of nuclear medicine in diagnostic
procedures with the use of radio
pharmaceuticals. Along with 4011
hours of instmction in Mount Si- ;
nai's classroom and laboratories
the student rotates assignments in
the radio-chemical, hasic science,
and laboratory areas of the Divi-
sion of Nuclear Medicine in order
to obtain "in-depth" experience in
all phases of the field.
The Joint Re\ iew Committee,
under the authority of the Amer-
ican Medical Association and the
American College of Radiolocy.
approved the pro-ram June 16.
1972.
"The field of nuclear medicine is
rapidily developing," Dr. Gilson re-
marks. "Consequently, there is a
Krowins demand for well-trained,
highly motivated, adaptable men
and women.
"Manpower studies, in fact, indi-
cate there will be jobs for about
l..'<00 new nuclear medicine tech-
nologists each year. Since the
field of nuclear medicine is still
in its early stages of expansion.
these new technologists will share
direct responsibility for Shaping
the field ami expanding their own
opportunities."
Geula Gill, Israeli Singer,
In >er Tamid Concert
Charli s Goldstein, president of
Temple Ner Tamid, has announced
thai in honor of the 25th anniver-
sary of the si.it,. i! Israel, the
temple's annual concert on Satur-
day. Feb. i7, will i.' dedicated to
;. ( them Israel 25.'
Feature I performei will be the
in- natii i ii singing star Geula
Gill. Boi n and raise I in Israi I
Geula has a three octa\ range
which i": tl les her to ting as a
so| an ezzo or alto, she also
in Li langu ;es
She re,. rtly i > m exchange
tour in the Soviet Ui e .-ri-
w i- 11 i iecei\ ':. n Moscow.
Lit,;:, jra .. Riga and Viina.
Geula records foi Columbia and
I ecords an,I has n Ii 20 ,P's
includ np \> r e Bikel.
She has appeared on American TV
numerous times with Merv Grif-
fin, Steve Allen. Johnny Carson
and Mike Douglas, she recently
completi d her third movie enttiled.
Is Israel Real ."'
Louis Suchman and Mis. Louis
iGoldie) Cohen are chairman and
co-chairman ol the event. Further
information and tickets ran l>e
I t.:med at the temple.
Rank llruiH'h Set
ton Towers Group, Miami
Eye
Moi
beach Chaptei Hadassah, will hold
i:s annual eye hank launch at
t'ix>n Monday at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs, Bobby Indig will introduce
Hie musical fashion show to he
featured during the afternoon,
Mrs. Philip Houtz will presl le
Ml I. P. GOVAERT
TDA\s Govaert
Breakfast Guest
At Beth Sholom
Gui L. P. Govaert. executive
director of the Miami Beach Tour-
ist Authority, will be the featured
speaker at the monthly breakfast
of the Hrotherhood of Temple
Beth Sholom, on Sunday, at 10:30
a.m. at the temple auditorium,
according to an announcement by
Aaron Parr, program chairman.
Mr. Govaert, who will s[>eak on
"What You Should Know About
the TDA" assumed the position
of TDA executive director in
August of 197L'.
The 40-year-old Govaert a na-
tive of Flanders, Belgium, but a
I'S citizen since I960, was senior
vice president, marketing, of
Miami's United Banking Group
joining the TDA. He served
ts director 11968-701 of Interama
the permanent Inter-An >
trade and cultural center sched-
uled to be built in the Northern
parl of Dade County, II,- also
served as member ol its boat I.
Martin J. Steiner is presidenl
, I i!ic Brotherhood which supports
the Youth Activities program of
l:c th Sholom.
Dr. Leon Kronish is the temple's
- :>iii itual leader.
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Friday, January 28, 1973
Aliyah Plenum To Feature
Ambassador Ovadia Suffer
"Aliyah 25 Conference"
nsored bj (he American Zionist
li ration and the Aliyah Centei
OV&DiA SOfffB
I-'1- ['iila ill i held on Sundaj
in. : ,,t 11 a m. in the (;; i atei
i Jew ish !' dei itii in Building.
Biscaync Blvd.
The conference tne firs! to be
in South Floi ida, u ill oi en
\ iili ;i plenum which will Feature
vadia Soffer. Ambassador of
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I i. whosi workshop topic "ill be
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Miss Alon and Mr. Har i:i ol
the Jewish Agencj and World
Zionist Organization, .ll come to
Miami for ihc conference.
Additional workshops will be
held by Arych Roehacli, whose
lopi< will i>e "Summer Programs"
ind "Kibbutz l.ifo in I.- ra< I
The conference is sponsored in
cooperation with the Greatei
Miami Jewish Federation, Amer-
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University of Miami Hillel,
Rabbi A. Korf
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Abraham Korf, regional
octoi ol he Mei kos L'Inyonei
inuch. has announced an all out
rampaign launched, by the Luba-
vitchcr Movement, to reach all
Tewish Youth and acquaint them
u i'h tl.i ii Tin ah hei itage "
As part ol this major effort
T ul a\ it 'her Chassidim spent a ,
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I'niversitj of Miami and conducted
si i vices, sang and danced and ate
; i Shdbbos meals with the .Vwish
lents who register) I for the
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Florida 12 years ago bj the
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'diem M, Schneerson, lias traveled
throughout t he Southeastern
.1 ruled States to acquaint himself
with the various aspects and prob-
i -mi of Jew ish communities and
their youth,
', Upon request Merkos has -en'
emissaries to Florida State Uni-
m sity in Gainesville, to the Uni-
'.ersity .it Miami, to Tallahass. v '
Mnl other communities to conduct
; Si. in -has Torah services, Shabbos j
s rvices and to lecture on Judaism
and the Chassidic way of life.
"Among its other projects,"
I Rabbi Korl said, "the local Merkos
lists a Tefillin campaign and the
nt ii Jewish libraries
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Friday, January 26, 1973
+Jewidh Meridian
Highlights Of Mission
To Israel Told
Pag- 5-3
The Accountants Di\ sion of the
' '' Miami Jewish Fedora-
tion's 1973 Combined Jewish Ap-
Israel Kmirgcncj Fund
(';" ecently Invited Howai I
Hirschficld to report t,, the Ac-
countants leadi rship Commit e<
Hi-' highlights .,r his rccen
Mission u< Vienna ami Israel."
'I'll" Accountants Leadcrshj
l'""' ii i id l,, slie .1
-' VJberi J. Beer, I ,i.
"'" Alvin I. Brown, Melvin
rton .' .,- i selhoff, (,;,
' 'rson, Stanie.v t ;.ttis. Michael
Coldstein. !>: id Heller, Charles
I lot t/.off. iI.i. >. _. Horowitz, Jack
K in-'. Alnaham Krutman, Howan
I eai n< i Richanl I.. I.evj. Mortoi
> cus, Howard Mr-h. i in vej
Miller, Sol Patehen, Sol Popper
Stuart Roihchild, David I. Same,
hichard B. Skor. Arnold Stern,
K.'-U Wallace, Ralph Weisbard
A. I!. Wiem
So fai this year, the Accouni
ants Division is showing a 15 |iei
Lent incivasc ovei last year's gifts
lo Hi-- CJA-IEF Camiwign
Histadrut Council
innual Luncheon
The Wo nens i "o n r oi Hi-tn
il Mai *ha W ilftc n C"h i i
hold i>- annual luncheon o
Wi dm la> at il, n in the K I
Ro Hotel.
(Im-t s| Hkcr Rabbi
Joll of Tom I' -'i Sh i
'om, and r-nti rtaii r >m u I he of
'\ G!enn Stre d I, inl
tin"-,: incin& star.
Chaj tor pre. di nt U Mr< Phi'
Sahl. Cfich.-iii in" the lunch on an
Min. Herman Weintcin, Mrs Mor-
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The Accountants Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign recently invited Howard
Hirschficld to report to the Accountants Leadership Commit-
tee o:i the highlights of his recent mission to Vienna and
Israel. Shown (from left) ore Morton Weinberger, cochair-
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Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday Ac
Sunday evening at 8:30. and
Saturday Matinee at 2:00:
Orehmrirai >t.5i. t.M.. M
Mezzanine: j7. j. 6.311. 9.5*1. t ill
Friday and Saturday evening*
at*: 34:
Orehe-lra: M.SA. T.50. 6 Ml
Mezzanine: $8,341. i.jll. 6..1H. 5 .">!
Wednesday Matinee at 2
OreheMra: SfcaO. $.5". I
Mezzanine: M. Ml. V">'>. I
rlflMB .
00:
Ml
,50. I.j'l
3600 Main Highway. Miami. Florida 33133
Joseph Seamier Is Men's Club Man Of The Yc
s Ma
'orah
'tiiicr
p.m.
jchmier will 1*? honored
11 hi the Year" :<\ the Beth
Men's dub annual award
Mr. Schmier, this year's hon-
iree, is ,-i graduate <>f St, John's
'Diversity School of Law; nwmber
1 thi .\>\\ York state Bai and
; Florida stale Bar, Federal
Sars Florida. He v.as admitted t<> prac-
tice in fore the Supreme Court of
the I'n ted States.
He is presently judge of the
Subordinate Forum of Miami
each Elks Lodge 1601, legal ad-
visor to Newark, N. J Club of
Florida, and active in many civic
and religious organizations.
Mr. Schmier's pasl religious
'ur
work Includes executive positions
ii Brooklyn and Miami He was
'ounder and chairman of the I oai I
"1 directors of Temple A lath
ioshurun >[ No. Miami !".
ind is a past | resi lent ol Both
Torah Congregation He is also a
past president "f National F
ration ol Jewish Men's Clubs of
Vmerica, Southeastern Region
Mr. Schmier lives \% in. ills wife,
riose, in No. Miami Bench, and
has a da ightei. < Sail Rhonda. ho
; married to Dr. Mitchell A.
CVregc residenl physician ai i
inai Me lical Ccntci
Sisterhood Plans
Inter faith Lunch
The Sisterhood of T
Emanu-I : is holding its annual
Interfaith luncheon on Tu lay,
F< b. 6, al 11 :.T0 a m. at the tem-
ple. I
Theme ol the proeram will In-
' Understanding Through Music
ii. I nive i I. in u _:-."
Folk in liturgical i Ictioi -
be presented bv Cantor Klein-
enl. an I R \i un ol Church-
hy-thr S
A "i -i"1 b\ invitation onlv.
A SMASH HIT
WORLDWIDE!
The exciting,
unforgettable singing,
dancing and
comedy of
modern Israel.
Former members of
Israeli Army
Entertainment Units
RAVE REVUES
N.Y..CHICAGO
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AIR CONDITIONED ~C (NS*
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Special discounts lor groups'
NOW IN
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Box office:
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+Je#lst Htrknan
Friday, January 26. 1973
Donna Steinberg A. Murkowitz. Wed Dec. 16
Donna S i daughter of Mr. Included of Alpha El Phi
Steinberg, be- Ani elo G Bn and nd Mi
: Norman Howard R -- "w N I
;;::r
The Women's Division or :::e Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion wit] hold its second annual Tennis Classic al the Av-
entura Country Club Feb. 5. Members oi the planning com-
mittee me: recently ct the home cf Elaine Ri< lit .1 Ic :?~rd;-
nate the ever: is being held on behalf oi Federal ?n':
1973 Combined Jew sh Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. Shown above [from lei: are Mrs. Malcolm Meister,
Mrs. Paul Richman and Mrs. Myron Sponder, cochairmen
c! the committee end Mrs. Morris Grueuberg, a committee
member.
:
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.-. Mr. Ha ry



An.,
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The Alex Mansons (left) and the Julius Darskys enjoyed the
festivities at Mount Sinai Medical Center's annual Presi-
dent's Ball in the Fontainebleau Hotel's Grand Ballroom.
All four Mount Sinai Founders joined with 600 other ball
goers in celebrating 23 years of dedicated service the medi-
cal center has given to the South Florida community.
IF YOU ARE ORGANIZING
A GROUP TO ISRAEL
OR YOU AM PLANNING YOUR OWN,
"VISIT ISRAEL IN 1973"
You Have To Get In Touch With
Chaim Dromi
This Contact Might Save You
A Lot Of Money!
VERTEX TRAVEL. INC.
1000 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
MIAMI BEACH
532-3475
Radio-Thon For
Leukemia Soc.
Needs \ olunteers
' -
: -.!. Feb. 1 |S
11. 1 ....
nalionu i i
:'' :. .- ij
America.
I." al nd 0 stati ins W IPS an i
WBUS '. ai ry the star si
broadcast eminat ng from Los An-
geles for 24 hour-;.
To volunteer, call Leukemia So-
ciety of America, Southeast Flor-
ida Chapter.
Yiddish Actress
At One Of Literary Club
Henrietta Srhnitzer of the Yi.l-
-lish Art Thcatr.. will take part ,
;n the Onec Shahhos of the David
Pinski Literary Club, on Fridav. 8
>m.. at rh* Ma Fisher School Caf.
"teria. 1345 Drexel Ave.
Subject of a talk by L. La author and lecturer will be "Men-
achem Boreisha." Yiddish poet: a
program of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs, accompanied by Paul Yanov-
sky on the mandolin, by folk singei
Hilda Zucker, will entertain the
gathering. Refreshments will be
served.
MBS. ARTHUR rYUBAOiViTZ
IS NOW KOSHER
1 ~. c. -- -.
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Number ONE
KOSHER HOTEL
FIRST r Service
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FREE CHAISE LOUNGES MATS
GREAT ENTERTAINMENT DANCING. MOVIES
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COFFEE SHOP OPEN TO THE PUBLIC / AM TO MIDNIGHT
SERVING HOME MADE DAIRY FOOD
For Further Information & Reservations
Phone: 532-2541
for inspection FREE LIMOUSINE SERVICE
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ON THE OCEAN AT 41st STREET. MIAMI BEACH
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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC **
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Served from 5 to 8 p.m.. Strict Dietary Adherence
Closed Saturdays
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+Jewls> fhricffir
Page 7-B
Richard Tucker, Lombard
In Beth Sholoin Concert
n concerl
!! is ol the .
11 ni
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CLAUDIA PLAIT
Summer Nuptials
For Claudia Plait
Donald Grunzweig
Dr. and Mrs M< Ivin Platl an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Claudia June, to Donald
Grunzweig at a cocktail party In
their home at 19931 NE 22nd Ct
on Dec. IT
The future bridegroom 's thi
m n >>f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grunz-
weig, 19700 NK 21st C\
The bride-elect attended Wash
ington University where she was a
member of Pi Bota Phi sorority.
Until their wedding on Aim. 25,
the engaged couple will both at-
lend Florida State University
where Mr. Grunzweig is a pre-
dental student and Miss Platt is
enrolled in the School of Fine Arts
Donna Greenberg
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs Nat Greenbere of
IKo NE 171st Terr announce the
acement of their daughter.
Donna Carol, to Lawre* Brae
Axelrod. son of Mr and M^s Al-
exander Axelrod. Miramar Isles.
Ml-- Greenbere graduated from
Norland High School and is a
senior at the University of Florida.
Her fiance graduated from Mc-
Arthur High School. Fort Lauder-
riale and from tli' University of
Florida. He is now attending the
university's School of Pharmacy.
The wedding is planned for June
10. *#
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which
".'! in
i ai
I State of Is]
Di Leon Ki oni h,
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jpecial ity to 1
so inter-n
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Great
Vrti rie* ittee a ....
K a t; es S. K r. <
Jull Si Mrs. Ma irx
Ali>er, Mr. an I Mrs. d
klrs. Arthur t
ind Mrs. Ja< k <'o r-
short >lrs Leon Gar field, Mr
Mrs. .1 ick D, Gordon, Mr, and Mrs.
Meyer Kotler, Mrs. Anna Miller,
..!. and Mrs. David Miller, Mr.
Mrs. I: \ ing 1.. Miller. Mr. anil
Mrs. i.i......ml Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
Morrj i'.. Morris, Dr, and Mrs. A.
Lawrence Rose, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Stonberg, Mrs. Lewis E.I
Zorn.
Tickets are available at the
Temple box office, the Miami
Beach Radio Co., Lincoln Rd. and .
Allegro Music House in Coral'
Gables.
Now Showing Daily
Continuous Performance from 1 P.M. New Show Every Friday
LEON SCHACTERS
* YIDDISH- *>
AMERICAN i*
On Stage in Person Music. Comedy, Singing & Dancing
rS OV ENTERTA'NMENT Pl'JS A FEATURE FILM ATTRACTION
DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINEES Till 3 P.M. Phone 531-6202
CINEMA
WASHINGTON AVENUE 13 Street
Parkwood Opens
Model Apartments
Fontaincbleau Park at 87th and
F'aRler St. has opened furnished
models in its Park woods com- !
munity.
ParkwoodS, a condominium com-
munity oriented to both families
and adults, offers both one and
tuo-level apartments. Phase I
contains 105 units and will be
ready for occupancy in April of I
tins year. Ninety-five per cent
financing is available with prices
hi the 2 and .'! bedroom units rang-
ing from $26,300 to $36,500,
Amenities in the Paikwoods
community include sauna rooms.,
ixercise rooma, name room, pool,
sundeck and tennis court. Many of '
the apartments have a view of the |
18-hole championship golf course.
The POLISH-AMERICAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE of MIAMI
presents
WIT0LD MALCUZYNSKI
Die International Virtuoso...
recognized as the foremost >
contemporary interpreter
of CHOPIN
*
He has achieved
one of the basic aims
of the artist instant
communication with
an audience."
Schonberq N.Y. TIMES
TUESDAY JAN. 30,1973 8 PM
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
Tickets: $8.50, $7.50, $4.50 at DCA 2901 W. Flagler,
JORDAN MARSH (Dntn, Dadeland, 163rd St.), Polish-Ameri-
can Cultural Institute -1334 SW 1st St. Ph. 649-6690
Program: BEETHOVEN 32 VARIATIONS, SONATA, OP.57 CHOPIN
NOCTURNE, BALLADE NO. 2, 3 MAZURKAS,
WALTZ BRILLANTE, SCHERZO NO. 2
Wometco Theatres
McQUEEN
IvIgcGRAW
A SAM PfCKINPAH FILM
ea THE
GETAWAY
POST TIME 1:15
NOW THRU MARCH 3rd
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*Jml$t> Fkridictn
Friday. January 26. 19?3
ISRAEL
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
QITIZ Mil KTKKN
1. VVhal Arab countrj bordering on Israel did not active!)
participate !n the M67 war?
2. From a security standpoint, name at least two of thi
' : li i as rrom which israc] is not likely to withdraw
'' > what u enpi (I A- ib eitj has a group of Orthodox Jews
pstal lishi '. ,i settlement and what Is it rilled?
4. What m dical religious problem has stirred up a seriou.'
controvert in I-rael?
5. What i< the principal major organization thai raises fund'
fo .: in the United States?
6. What slogan was used In urging Russia to allow Jews t<
emigrate to Israel?
7. Name the ancient Jewish historian who described the de-
fense ol Massad '
8. In oncii "t Israel, on which holidays were pilgrimages
i le to Jerusalem?
9. During th Mandate, wh'.ch were Ihe official languages of
Paili stim "
10. Where in I- 'ael would you find Henri's Tomb?
\iimmt t.i the ibove i|uest4ons will be found iipalde down
brlow. Bk;hl right ujiswen viiii Indicate a good knowledge <>t
Israel. si\ questions answered eorreetly i* passing. Cheek tin-
answers to see how well yon scored.
QI'IZ FOURTEEN ANSWERS
iuaresn.ior '[Zjoh mv i
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t|ici>i>iiis 'monABqg qoas-ij g
snqdes-of i
inuv Li i| IMSi "O JlJood \'iv lo-j -g
|i addy M-! if poitu.l s
Csdoj \
lUOiqoH .ioj dUiau luopua >qjj aqjv mAi!>j :uo.iq.>H g
ipii nig
13 UMBujs PUB djJJS BZB0 >r.|-i''ll ub|oq iuiotasniof'2
uouBq.rj [
Zini Container Ingurates
Haifa-Hong Kong Konle
y ii i 'on t ainoi S
nova
fro ia's It i!c nl shi
lnsr-in of this \
sol, i >
proje'l : has (>na
1b- ship] ing lim i xtend its Fai
East-Not Hi America lo the
Mi u This ni- consti-
' I of Lhe woi nsl far
1 route* run-
Hail i to Hum. Ron
ieno i is a sistership
1 shi previou.slj
ntieri, the Zim
x' Voi-h Zim Tokj i and Zim
Ha fa Liki (hem, it is 683 feel
1": ices 35 0 10 tons, an
1 test 5 on
i.ik- ih. i ivals
ova ill c li rj 713 1<>-
1' luminu to 100
ol il ieli will bo : (ed The
iso of th li light
' en have
' iad hi qtvye
than y co itainers.
A- present, ports of call \<1"! i*. (
visited once every three weeks but
the frequency will be (tanned u
in the summer of 197: when de-
livi ry of the two remaining shin-
is effected. The vessels now ra'l
at Japan. Hun- Kons and Taiwa i
In the Far East it [.,,. Angeles on
'ii I'SA's \\". Coat at Kings. I
'"' ;:' ca in the Caribbean at
' York, ai Ha' fax Nova Scotia
os- the Atlantic ai Genoa
and Hi ifa on the east-1
bound 11 in an I ai I. horn Mar-
M|i:' '""l Val......h on I iv to
t n I N Yi ik The Zirr
Me lit. rranean on its maid t vo>
to tl

' i -'i 1 :il |)lj i!:
ly.
The inti; modal sei i e of Zi i
Container Sei ice especially t>
n the Me liti i mi ai
n and fa thai ii j other. Often it will
tainership at a given
For ex there is not '
tail avail-
II i Easti "ii Med I
ii o*1 of the area eov-
tit Zim i lute. And where
does have mtaincrship
in manj casi s, Zim's will
be the fastest.
ARNOLD rtMR
Arnold Feiner
New Coordinator
For VA Program
Arnold Feiner, ol Miramar has
i on promoted to coordinator of
l.c Drug Dependency Out Patient
'rogram ai the Veterans Adm n-
itration Hospital, Miami. In his
iew role he will he instrumental
it expanding the program to meet
ihe increasing needs ol veterans,
rimarlly those of the Vietnam-
era, with drug abuse problems,
The Miami VA's program has been
selected as one ol 12 regional
training centers for VA personnel
throughout the country.
Befon joining the hospital In
Sept., 1971, Mr, Feiner served as
i-oordinator ol the Jewish Youth
ouncil of Greater Miami and as
i teenagi supervisor at the YM-
UIIA Prior to that he work* il
a !*,chiatiic social woi k. v al
le Veterans Administration Ho-.
i a I. Brooklyn, N. Y.
He is on the clinical fa< i Ity ol
ie Graduate School of s, B|
"ik. Barrj College, and has been
>| ointed to the leaching faeultv
s a lecturer. Mr, F, im i
live member of the Ai a l<
'ertified Social Workers, National
ition of Social Workers, and
'"' IJ al ini/ations
Mr. Feiner is an at Ih
' Temple Israel ol \;;
her. he serves as ,.- .
'' "' ol ii- Adult l-.lu-
.ii..ii Ci
ctarj foi ii;,. M, ,,\ r.
:y< H the i .,! landin i
i U-adei iward foi I I7i pj
u Ja ( cos.
Orthodox Voutfa
Convene In Jax,
Elect President
Shi along Ihe roul or serv-
iced b> feer" a single Zim -hip a one-sourer
outlet to world markets, using it
to distribute goods to ports all the
way from the Near East i<> the
Far East.
New GMJF Division
A new division has been added
to the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
nation's annual Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign effort.
Barry J. White, personnel rep-
resentative for Eastern Airlines.
as cci pted the chairmanship of
the now Airlines Division for the
1973 CJA-IEF Campaign.
DR. LeROY DIAMOND
Optometrist
announces the removal of his office to
1875 NORTHEAST 168th STREET
Nortli Miami Beach, Florida
Office Hours By Appointment Telephone 947-5253
Visual Analysis Contact Lenses
rhe 20th annual conv. nl on ol
i' South,;,, Region of tin. Na-
il Conference of Svna......u.
Youth/NCSY convened las. month
'!' Jacksonville.
Ma> Smolarcik, newlv el I
1 sident. warned the 250 d le-
rates thai the threal of assimila-
tion amongsl American Jewish
Youth is no longer a threat but
is becoming a cold reality." Ho
explained that the off,., i or ihe
'...... Publicized 'Jews for Jesus"
movement jS highly exaggerated
b"1 "there is a frightening propor-
, lion of our brothers and sisters
who have chosen not to follow the
Jewish experience."
I The 17-year-old si,.dent of
. ';'"'; Mesivta High School
called for a 'resurgence of jwa
for Judaism." He asked for con- I
cern for Russian and Oriental im-
migrants to Israel.
The $3,000 raised by the South-
(in Region's Torah Fund las, yeai
Rawing many Russian immigrants
to Israel as well as supportins
Jewish identity programs such as
Miami a "Dron-In" Center for
;'.-h Uving co-sponsored by the
'"i-ai Agency for .Jewish Educa-
" Some 23 Southern N'CSYers
,;''" entered Ycshivot and various
^nools oi highei Jewish leainin-
ius past \, ai.
,. N< ~V is the youtl n of the
10
-ntions ol Ai
', ": I i
io, ol the
'Mil. |01
GALA CONCERT!
GREAT ARTISTS!
GINETTE LA 6IANCA
_. SOLOMON GJSSEH .
FARBAND ZIMRAH
ENSEMBLE
SATURDAY, htBKUAKT 24TH, 8 P.m.
""- at
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Tickets at Box Office
Camps
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Total Plane ind Bus Tr p is Four H un
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4 indoor reguUtion bowling ln|
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EngL.h .nd Wr,..n rid.ng 7- ,
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'h
liton Fran) Levey, chaiiman of the Israel 25 Com-
liscusses the committee's educational progiam with
ichel Abramowitz who has accepted the position of
Ion coordinator with the committee From (left to right)
S.ttelson assistant director of the Central Agency
n Tducation. Mrs. Abramowitr, Mrs. Levey and Zvi
ass ilant director of the Central Agency for Jewish
ion.
wiedcjing the continued support of the Gulfs'.r2jm
Course through its charity days to the Youth Ssrv-
i t'nai B'rith by a presentation cf a Presidents Club
are. left to right) Edward Tumaroff. regional director
3 :-.ai B'rith Foundation; James Donn, Jr., president of
ream Race Course, and Sidney Ritter, chairman Presi-
committee.
Antiques Show
Al Bavfront Ami.
The 32nd Annual Miami Ar
Show .ii.d Sale to he i
'ob, 8. : 10, II. in Bayfron
iiulitoi ium, has added new i \-
..i' tins, and more floor space t<
iccommodatc them, Antiques wil
. shown during the hums of tin
.how, it to u p.m. daily; last da)
i" '.i ; m i There :s a small ad
mission tec
Included in the lisl of more tliar
ii .-N.jsit>: 1,i, -. uiu,h makes Hi:
me of 'In- largest antiques show
er hi ''I in Miami, are loca
lealei s well as dealers fron
iMisI of 'In' stales iii the I S.A
i. lies,' collectors will be ." ailabli
to answer questions abo.it thei.
i'titiques, ail ol which are i r sale
ays will include everything
UqiM furnitun in > 1 licatc
ni|j toureens,
i the] Mao r.m dy ol I
n.i. other w.i-
ii alii ;'i Mia
noth antiques
I >r 32 years, ai
the Zonti
: i tlia i has sjion
. I a at llu show to
cat ious comn
,
Sal n laj. r'i b. Ill
. to 5 i .m.
American Zionists,
Israel Aliyah Set
Vliyab 25 Confab
Plans are i Ing I led foi
the Aliyah 25 < if i to I.
In Id "ii Sundaj. Fi b. I, it 11 a.m.,
;n the Greater Miami !' le it
Lidg., 420 Biscayne Blvd. The
Conferei i I eing sj onsored b.i
i he Amci ican Zionist Fedei a ion
and the fsrael Aliyah Center ol
Florida in cooperation with the
Greater Miami Jewish Fedei ition,
A met Ican Jew is!: I '< >ngi ess
II.. lassah, Hillel, LZA Mi
H in Women, Pioneer '
. ml the Zionist Youth \U>\ mi i I
> is. I [a 11 ct ('.:
the \ .n Zionist l
: South Florida, has ai
I l of A ley Suit
mil- lirman ol llu
IM
f*yjar
arbour House Women's Committee for the Greater
Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign met at
ubour House South restaurant to coordinate upcom-
mpaign efforts. Shown above are (from left, standing),
[Gertrude Sondak, Mrs. Florence Benway, Mrs. Anna
n, Mrs. Lillian Ratner and Mrs. Etta Friedman; (seated^.
ITessie Pike and Mrs. Anne Friedman.
m
j~
mm\
Founder's Day luncheon of the Stephen S. Wise Group
Jdassah, three of its members were presented with
for "generous contributions to the Hadassah Medi-
Mtter.' Shewn with their awards are: (left to right) Mr.
Irs. Alex Schneidman, whose names were inscribed
Kennedy Building; Mis. Gertrude Sosna. president of
roup; Mrs. Burton Levey, chairman of the Israel 25
ittee; Mrs. Myer Harris with the plague she and Mr.
received; Mrs. Manning Mintus, in charge of certifi-
md Mrs. William Cohen and Mr. Cohen with
- .: freedom.
A villa typical of those to be constructed at the new "Ramat
Poleg" community being developed near the Mediterranean
shore, south of Natanya. by ISRAELOM.
[SRALOM Opens Offices,
Plans Intensive Campaign
11 e i" the growing inten
ind Jews 1
>tal thei homi nwaj 11
in Israi :. [SRAD M
rnel H i 'ori
' Id., w hich wa- i stablishi
nci il building Finan
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i he .....isi ael I
tied a new office in Si
Florida
LSR \1 i Ms offici at 120 Lin-
coln P.ii.. Suite 50o Miami 1 leach
\-- headed bj Howard Brill, a foi
mer sale- manag< I Izcn
jolt Centei n Tel a .
i plans to begin an intensivi
i m i........: at.. .'; I .
i
An \i: pmel me. ind at
active communit; in undei
eveli ipnu nt on i i mean
ifront in the soutl i outskirts
.. Natanya. Th new ; pment,
:. ii i Poll g." will offet
,.i ho ising uniu nucnl
. si lenoi and vacation homi s. Ii
..i ;r..n contain
a mi s lub, sup
teii
Mr. that i
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hotl -1
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that office.
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+Jeisti fk>ri Friday, January 26, 197*.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6183
J. GWVNN PARKER
NOTICE OF PROBATE
Tn RE: Estate of
SAMCEL II TALLEY
I Iterated
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECED-
ENT.
v in ire hereby notified lhal a writ-
ten Instrument purporting lo be the,
last will and testamen1 of s;iiil deced-.
em has been admitted t" probate In
Kaid Courl You are hereb) commanded
within -iv calendar month* from the
,i ne of the first publication "f this
notici appear In said Courl and
show us< .ii ) <" can. why the
Courl In admitting said
v ii pi b ite -i ould not stand un-
i. \..;. i .1
.1 OWTSN PARKER
i "in in i Court Judge
RICH mm> P RRINKER Clerk
B) XADINE .-' JENNINGS
Deput) Clerk
\i i; nsburg, Bsq
Kaplan, Portei, Le> n
Ex< < utor
i S V Pi i t St reel
Mmml Florida 33139
p i puhlii atlon of this notti t on
the .' da) if January. 191 :
1 12-19-26 2 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-705
NOTICE
TN RE: PETITION OF
ALEXANDER CONTE.
TO: J LMES it SPEARS
r o Shenki
IT". Plymouth Drive
Lexington, Kentucky 40501
You ar.a notified that tlio above-
named P. til oner, ALEXANDER
CONTE nan filed n Petition In the
above-styled Cburl for the adoption
of the. minor child named In thai Peti-
tion arid you are commanded to serve
, copy of your written defenses, if
... I Brio Leef, Baq MO Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida
i Petitioner's Attorney, on or be-
fore the 80 das of February, 1978, and
file the original with the Clerk of
iliis Court, either t" fore si rvlci i
Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately
(hereafter: otherwise a default maj
be entered against you. for the relief
d< manded In the Petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
the Courl at Miami Florida, this it
day nf January. 1972
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court
i:v I. 8NEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
fCIn ull Court Seal)
1 !!-; LEGAL NOTKt
LEGAL NOTKE
ICCAl NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious >
of
P.O. .
tends m register said name with the
cicrk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
CLIFFORD Hiss
l 19.26 2 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-72
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SUNSHINE .MOW Kit SERVICE at In RE: Lstate of__
i> Box S16S. Florida City Fla. In- EUGENE f! SAUTBB
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring j" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RI'SS DEVEI-OPMENT COMPANY
at pn Bos 3103, Florida City, Fla
int.-mis to register said name with
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Kluriila.
CLIFFORD ltrss
1 19.20 2 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.....gage
in business under the fictitious name
..: R A.- R SKAT COVER8 at B2I
S.W -Mi Sti et Miami Fla Intend
to register said name with the Clerl
i 'In uu i "ourl nf Dade County.
Fl irlda.
RAVL D. FORTES
RAMON ESTRADv
1 12-19-20 !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-1-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
I OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-25335
CE NERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCIE
REAL PROPERTY
QUIET TITLE AND ORDER
OF PUBLICATION
R( H"I!T JAMES S" >PA, and
W VNDA THERESA SCOPA I
v-
Ji iHN ;: V KMPINO I I
EDITH DCVAL CAMPING hie wife.
[I ivini. nd If dead, I
il. v isees. u
1 THE
I RST \ ATI. INAI. HA Vl\ IF MIAMI
- .
AMERICAN NATIONAL I.VSl'RANCH
COM PAN'
!> M>E KEDER V I. SAVINGS AND
oa> SSi VTH i.N Federal
\ itlot
Mi H'.'- \ I JEAN Ft IX.
i, wll I i I If dead, thi Ir
la .' de>
legs ees and any
.,-..i ;M p. ruons claiming any estatem
i igh t. tltl terest to or
i. Ii en herein,
bed,
\ N I i
EDITH DI'Y \l. CAMPING.
; WIFE
TO: All P< tnlng

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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. 73-1080
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
M VRR1 VGE IF:
DAY'Sl YOLANDA CALDERON,
and
PEDRO CALDERON
TO: PEDRi I CALDERON
r..: Foi t Oreei P
Brooklvn, New York
YOI' AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you nml
vou art- reoulred to serve a copy of
\imr written defenses. If any, to it
on MAJf r ENOEL, attorney for_Pe-
whose addn N W.
!7tli Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the of the
above styled court on or befori Feb
_: therv se ft fli fau I will
... I ilnst vou for the n el -I'-
ll. nmpls w petition.
1 si ..11 I i- published once
a- -..... ir week!
IEVVISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS i hand and the seal of
it M ..mi. Florida on this
1973
RICHARD P RRINKER.
A- i 'l-il; Circuit Ci ml
I in i. i "ounty, Fli it Ida
By B .1 ROY
\ I ii puty i '!< i.
ti u url Seal)
MAX P ENOEL
' 4i.l X W 17th A\ Ft Ul
M hi Florida
a- rney for Petitioner
1 '19-26 2 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
| of 8 & i- Services at 188 N. Plasa,
Suite 1314, Miami. Kla Intend to rcg-
I later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court "f Dade County, Flor-
; ida.
Joseph it Somoaa and
MarlO I'.lamia
I Ix-nnard J Kalish
Attorney for applicant
i l ;:: .lui'oiit nidg.
Miami. Fla.
i 'i-st i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2618
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i: RE: Estate "f
ERNEST! Pl'ERTt >
I'. eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
It u Claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
in red I- present any claims and de-
mands which \ >i ma) have against
the estate of BRN ESTt I PCERTi i de-
censed la ti I'll. Count] Fli rlda.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file thi sam< In dunlli ate and as
provided in Section 7.13.10, Florida
utes. In their the i unts
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
i' I thin -i\ alendar mont from the
time of tii. fir l iml atlon
ami III be ban -i
Dated ..- Miami Fl
day of Dei A i> 1972
M'tSA PI'ERTO
\ Vdmli atrlx
Fit :ni itloi ..f this notli
< daj f Jai uat v 1973
<;rover vveinstein a stacber
p A
i'.v Ronald A Alter
Ittnrnev for 1 l I E Puet lo
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h. Florida
l 19 2fi 2-9
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Againal Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims at I '
mands whii Ii "U may ha> e
the estate of El'OENE <; B \i tkh
dei eased lati ol Dade County, Plot Ida,
to tin Circuit Judges of Dade County,
ami file Hie same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 738.10. Florida
statutes, iii their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within m\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the satn. ill he barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins .". day
; of January, A l> 1978
EDWARD C 8ACTER
As Executor
First publication of t'lis notice on
the 12 day "f January. 1978.
Andrew J Toth
\tii'iii.\ for Executor
Suiti E-9325 I'ark Drive
Miami Shores Fla. mi.i
1 1 12-19-20 2 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 73-87
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Irving Pietrack
I tei ised
To All Creditors and All F*er H <-
mi: Claims or Demands Against Bout
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re
quired to present any claims and de
mands which you may have sgalns
the estati of Irving Pletrai k di
late of Dade County. Florida, to th
i.'ir. uit Judgi s of 1 >ade Count) P
Division, and file the same In ilunln-at
ami as provided in Section 781.10
Florida statutes, in their office* l
the County Courthouse In Dade t'oun
ty, Florida, within -in calet i it month
from the time of the first publ
hereof, .-r the satin- ill I
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi
da) il .lain.ii v. AM 1973
/ \ \v Kogan
As Exet utor
420 Mm In Rd
Miami Beai h, Kla
CAIDIN, ROTH EN BERG. KOGAN A
KOHNBLCM
lo Zev \\* Kogan
Attorney for Zev W. Kogan, Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla.
l 12-19-20 : ;
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-25249
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
order of publication
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
IN RE:
In the Matter of
I. .1 J .
minor.
TO: l.i H*IS JIMENEZ
1495 Pepham A\enue
BRONX N v
YOI' ARE lll'.KKHY
hen
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witl Clerl "in
v
i. he ''* d by Law.
ii late, riKlit.
t upon, the
rty, il.iim-
. you
I en I not or Judgmi i I by !>-
faun shall be entered against you
WITN ESS my h.....I at '1 seal at
M ui'.i. Dade County, Florida this r.
i.. nf Jan : 11
RIi II MM i P BRINKER,
lilt i i' Dade County.
B) : B .1 FOY
as 11. puty "lerk
(CIRCI'IT i'i ill'.T SEAL)
M' ron B Berman, E >i.
Sn te 50
a i men
i i'la
r."
l 12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3859
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
I" RE i' '
t | m i, ..--, ,\V
'
v' 'TH by given that I have
P
DI 1.....irgi
1 cut r CARL
Bow, :> -'i and thai
'i if Fi h pi) i. Hi,
H r limy Judg of Dade
County I' pi oval of
r Ri port and for iii~: rlbution and
final '> ecutor of the
i the abovi named decedent.
i 18th day nf So ml er 1972.
Robert Joel Rossow
8 I'VKV EFRONSON
aj
I naley Ptuihiing
Florida :!3I3
1 12-19-20 2 2 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AMD FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-111
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' '
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|V. y
i v in. ] '."-
I -:;u SPORF
a- Exei Utl r
Kirsi null',.i a i urn of this nntlce on
.lie in ,lnv of January. U73
SPARBER. ZEMBL, ROSKIN AND
HEIIJ1RONNER P A
attorneys for Kxeeutnr
mi \ Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 331?.;
1 'ir>-2fi 2 2-9
____________-__________________,______I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-106
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate 'if
ST IN LEY STEIN
Deces ed
To Ail ( dltors and All Person? Hay.
Ilia lalms or Dcmaials \. Sg|d
Estate-
) I. hereby notittfrl and re-
quired to present^nv claims and ile
mands which you mny have ngnlnst
m.' of STANLEY STETN 'le
' : '' uinv. Florida
t" thi Cln uit Judges of Dade O unty.
thi :. In duplicate and
provided In Si tlon 733 10 Florida
'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
..... PROBATE NO. 72-3289
It RE Estate of
N \T KALI I:':
Vat tlio l<
that a petition for Adoption has I.....n
filed and commenced In this i "urt and
you :ir.- required to serve a op) '.
your written defenses, if any, lo it on
Myron B Berman, Esq., attnrne) foi
Petitioner, whose address Bu ti
2125 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. Florida,
and file the original with the rlerk "f
the above styled court on or before
February 1973 itherw Ise a
will be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the complaint or
on.
This not H i shall be publ Ished oi
eai h week I weeki
in THE JEW ISII KM IRIDIAN
\\ ITN ESS in) I the seal of
-.. ourt M Flot la
ii.i\ i :
RICH \KI' I' BRINKER.
\- ''' Circuit i
I'll'". !
B> r COPELAND
\- l '. '..i
[Circuit i
M vrun II I
Suite I I
Vttnriu
1. 12-19-20 2 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No 72-6228
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ..f
ROSE R Ll'NDSTROM
11. eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hat
Ing Claims or Demands Against Sal
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and required t
i" esent an) i lalms and di man I- whli
M-u ma) havi against thi
ROSE I. M'NDSTROM de. ......I ,
of Dade County, Florida lo the Cinu
NOTIFIED Judges ..f Dadi Count) Probnti Dl\
sion. ami file the .sain.- In duplir.
and as pro> Ided In s,-. tlon 1 Fl
ida Btatutes, In ti fflc<
County Courthouse In Dad! C >ui I
within |
from the tin.....f the first |iui
hereof or thi same \< ill be barred
1' i at Miami. Florida, this
day of January A I)
LILLIAN R1T i :
As Adt i T A
publicatioi tics
the 12 da) of Jai nan : :
I El IN A EPSTEIN
V11 orn e) I .
t-'n Li.....In Road
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MYRl IN p. BERM W 1 j
Vttorni y for Admlnlstratl \
2125 Mi-, .iv n, |siv.I
Miami. Florida
^^^^^^ 1 r19*20 2 '"-Q
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIV.
71-1653
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Esl
ALBERT! H CARMENATE
...... I
Tn A i
Againsl S d
You
lain
AI.UERTl HERN \N-

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Judgi "of I) te I
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within sin
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ii tl lice i
the 12 da' f Jai I '
CASPAR II VLDR1CH
attorney for estal
i in Coral Way, Ml I
112-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- IS HEREBY filVEN I
i
under the I u
Rose's I'.. ,| i ..
Blvd

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NAME LAW
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN.,\H,E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nrVl?T.2 JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
,..cC'yIL ACTION NO. 73-717
,E^AL JUR|SDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN i:k F marriage
THE MARRIAOE oF
AKAIKX QARCIA. Wife
T.';"piV;A':i'IV' ">and
I" I EDRO QARCIA
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
.a in, a, ,.,i for Dlssolutl......f MarD
- '"'" '"ed as tins) you ami
vou are required to serve a cony of
lour written defi nsi |f inv t',, n
?"MARSHALL B rviii:,^,,:;;,,1
t"i I etitloner, whosi addr
S Dixie Highway Suiti
' aa, and flh thi
',:' "bov. yled court on or
Pebru,r* -,; >3: otherwise
ii u ill be ul
. Miami.
rlglnal with the
r|,
fflces In the Ciiun-
tbouse m Dade County, rior- for the relief demanded
'
ul.i'
tne win ho barred ..,. h v.,-, i. r, < .,
against you
or petition '" "'" '
the same Will hi barred. *'"''" .....''' 11 L"Se.".hnl> '" Published once
CENTR M BANK AND
TRI'ST COMPANY
By Han ey s f^angberg
Vice Presidi nt X- Trust Officer
As Ex* ul
1 "til' : this notice on
il 19 day of Januan 1973
I S l..iiic)ierc
Attorney for i:\.
". Young S'rrn
1799 N V. 'nth St
N Miami Beai I r;.
url al Miami Florida on
11 day ot January,
RICHARD P BRINKER
\> i "lerk, Circuit I
]> ide Coui Fl "i.la
By C P COpEl v\'i>
. A* Deputy Cleric
'Circuit Court Seal,
M \'I. n FISHER
90S si ilxle Higl a) Suite 3'0
Ml mi Florida
v" Petll tier
1 '18-20 2 |.|
this
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6559
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK Estate of
BURTON ruilX
I. ,
To All Creditors and All Pi rsons Ha) -
Ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hen by notlfii it and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may hav< against
late of Bl'RTt i,\ i 'i iHN de-
asi late of Dade Countv, Floi Ida
to the i 'ounty Judges of Dade i
i""1 file 'In- same in iluiiln.it. and as
proi Ided In Section 733 10 Florida
Statutes, in theh offli es In thi Count)
ouse in Dade County. Florida
itinn sis call ndar months from ti i
time of the first publication here.
or tin- sinn ill hi l.. 11, ,i
Dated at Miami, Florida, th
day of 11... mi., i a D
HEI ENE BLCMENKRAN2 COHN
As Exei utrlx
F'r8t.P" f this ,,.,. ...,
the i-' ila> nf Januat >
Ann.|.| Fein
\'' in. \ for Exei ittix
120 Llni oln Rd Miami Beach, Fla
______________________1 12-19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\"ll'-K is HEREB1 C.IVEN lhal
hi undersigned, di
111 I.Usin
N0T NOER FICTITIOUS

-
I! .
Court

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INi

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Di
., ,u HARin I. .' iHEN '
"R'VER WE1NSTEIN ft fi -

,\. I- ..nof
ul
I Miami i
___________ I'12-11 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
V,,.,., .,. NAME LAW
NOI Ii |. is HEREBY GIVEN II
>" undersigned, desiring ...
. !../. !'.x DISCI 't \T ,-. ,
engage
me
St
SJS Hlaieal,: Florid'.' i
,,, ''. r.eI*'",rr -' tune with I i
FlhrldaC'nUn '"" "' "' '
CONVENIENT IX1AN a FINANCE
I. u CORP
'' H.iri \ |. i ', 1 ,, i .
RVEH vYEIXSTBINft-sTACBEB
II) Sherwln Stauber, Esq
i
Finani

an &
R d, Miami Bea< h Fa
____ I 12-1
FICTITIOUS NAME
, ,' i Intends
' -' :" tn mi- m rn, of
UORDU kRHtK'IATEfS
KI.AINE <-;* < 1. i\
_______ I

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ngagi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Is HEREBY fJIVE!
'.'
PH .1. WEISENFEI I.
\i i'i
i. deal
unil. i the rictltlou
' MTION REALTY .
V" "' .......-o. I..I. I I
uu. n th the C i
' it. uit Court ,.f |i .
LEONARD PECUENIK
1 12-19-20 i
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January 26. 1973
> *-#/J'thsirfUr
Page 11-8
LtGAl NOTICI
(E CIRCUIT court of THE
fENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73.112
lOTICE TO CREDITORS
|lv-l;.!.- >.f
.1 C< I.DMISIf
LEGAL NOTrCl
IN THE CiRCuii COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORDIA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6190
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III HE: IM.ii.- ..I
Ji >ii.v j i:ism:i:.
jil i.....i .i-'-'l
rein torn .ni.l Ml lvr-nn. Hnv- To All Creditor* nml All Perrons Hnv-
ii- ..i DvmunclH Attaint.! Snld ""-' 'Inlmn or licmnndr AkiiIiikI Snid
L-UI.
Vu m li i i.\ noi Ifled .,nil it..
iinii.i (.. pi.-.lit hiij claim*, initl iii--
ninndr Mi. h i nil in., v hnv< iiunlnst
li i.ii. .1 .it iHX .1 Kiss i:i: .!.:-
... .1 I.llr nf I Hull I-..1IH >. Kim 'Li. i,,.,.,.
in.- hereby notified ami re-
i.. prenetil liny Halm-- .in.I de-
which \'-u may have ujraiiitc
pi......i MVI.VIA OOI.DHI'KH
.1 lute > I>;..i. County, Flor-
' I. 111! .Ill.lt. ..! I I.I.I.-
.in.i fill 111. -.mi. 111 I ii i. 11. ,,i.. mid nielli
|,i..\ i.l. .1 iii Heel ion 7:::: IM, Plor-
pMU1e>>. ii. Ihi i ..M.. in ih..
i'. lUrthouiM1 in I hide i '..unii.
11 lllllll M\ l.ll. Illl.ll 111.."I hs
III.- time "' iii. find puldl, ..1
r the Mime will he l.nrreil.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72.26293
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAC.E
l.v HE: Tin: .11 lltHI.Kii: 1 iv
Wii.l IK JAMES i"l TI Cl:
anil
MINETTK I lll.i:i:
To: Mlnelte Cutler
i |( Kiileiii unk now 1 1
\.n aim: MERER! V'.tii iim
ilia' ,111 action for In--..Inn......1 Mill
11
Obituaries
COLDSTEiN. Samuel. 11, ll"ll> -
u.....1 l:_i.r-i.l.
HORDES. I'i llim.-. T". of SIMM Nil
i -1 SI I' Intern.....I II I >.
' HVMOWITZ. I;.-.. 71 ..I Miami
la .,. Ii l.cvltl
1 ROBBINS. IVilllum, 73. nl Mlnml
; I..-mi 1
' SHAPIRO. I.-.,.I,a. -7 -I II.ill..
lior......
WEISS. St. II.1. 7 :. I'.iini II. 11 I
1 iordoii
uin. mi dunlii.. 1.
1 >.\ i.l.-.I in Seel ion 7 : li
-'-.. Mr- 1.1111-
l> L'oUl linn-, in I lad. I'-unii I'l.i -
Ida, Mitliln -i\ nlen.lar 111 I m
Hi., inn. ..1 iii. firm nul.l
1. 1.1 ilia- -.1111. 11 ill lu hi 1
you
1 equll
Miami, I'luri.la. tin- 16
I January, A l> IH73
\l.\ IX A ...i.|.l>lll'sn
[eriiekt 11 uoi.nnrsii
\ Kxecutoi -
Iii nl Miami. I'lorlda, lhi '. daj
lUliri \ I l'i7.:
111.1 IM
. for entate
fli \ \ai Ion il Cuiik Did*
m Flnsler Si
I I9.J6
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6304
l
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m.....'i
NOTICE OF PROBATE
STATE OF FLORIDA:
I 1 I I SI XTKRI 1ST El I IN'
I: < 'I SAM > I IE" IM IKXT
I fieil 11 1 i I -
ji ,: ... 1... ihe
1 1 mi ui ol Ntid id
1 >.. .1 .. .11 In ml, Klorldii, iln- 17
.l.u ,,l .l.iliua. 1 All l"7 I
IMH. VAX EISN IM:
11 k a KIIK v i:isni:i:
A1 Ex. Uti '
1 mil.in nl Ion ol null. 1
in 1 of Janunn IH7 I
TA I IAXI >VV IIAI "Ell KS'.'S
mi.,1 a. \- rm 1:-... ui..1
I2n 1.in. ..in Road
Miami Reach, Klorlda
1 in .-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 72.6C43
J GWYNN PARKER
li r\- 1
|i i'i:i:n si SS .1 \X
......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Pi 1 s I In 1
' 1 III- ..( I I. 111.1 : .1- \ji Saill
la.
11 herein
|- elall mil .1.
icli \..11 in 1 \.
\ our u 1 ii ten cl. fi n-. -. If 1111}. to
* ..11 David K Stone n< lot i>. > fm I'.
Hon. 1. u Iiohi 11 Iren* 1- Inl S W
Avenu.*, Miami. Florida, mnl file 'b<
..11t1n.1l lih the lerk of the ih. >
Ktyled 1.mi 1 on or hefori Kehruiiry '
, .? 1 nth. rv a defiiull u'!i h<
lered aRahiKt \ .u for Ihe relief .1.
mil lid. il in Ih......mplai.....1 pel Itioi
Tin- nolle., -liall be published on.-.
eneh week I......ur 1 UI 1
in THE JEWISH IM.' 'l:il il IX
\\ ITXESS mj hand mid '!> --'a
| Hiiill ourt II Miami. I'l.a l.lu ol
thlp :> day of n.....mlw, li'72
K II I K VTIIEUM IS
\. ("lei k, ''ii'. uil '..in '
I ide I "ounty. Klnt Ida
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11 .-, in 1 1 ui 1 Sen 11
ST< IN K ." S" 'ST.Ml IN
I >avi.l K St.
|..| \ \\ 1 :ili \\. Mi, i" '
\. foi Petitioner
nerve n eopj -amden, in nu.-i
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I.e. 1 robale ill A I.KKEI SI SS.M.I V
' i' S'..u i- hereby 1 iimni il '. ui i'
i-ix i-iidai mi Mi- from Ihe 1' nil lu.li;. Dade
"I ret pu if, 1 ml II ilunli -
I 1'i.uit nml ilia
11 r iiiiv \i.fj y the tti.tuii ;
1I1.. 1 li.lv Courth<-Us. I 'ad.
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ih from I
me il1
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i;th
. Jiinn ir, IP
-III \ pt'SS M V V
1' ft V l7tl v v- ue
|| ..1 pi, .1 ,
\ iilnilnii 1 ntrlx
i' 1 mil ..f iiotl.-i
1 .i ..f I ...11 H > 1973.
v I'THfll I VI11 I im:
, ... Irntrlx
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i,'. r 1 iirs.i 1 !
Itiv. .-nl
GUTTER. Matilda.
\\. Xewn
PARIS. 1:. -- x|. 1
A\.. \. w man.
POLLEN. Max. v7. ol 7Vi S\l J-:li
Terr. 1: x rld.
SEGAL. Sol. '.7. ..I ll!l!i N 1 .1 111
1 Ihi n- I ltl>. ralde
SIGNER, h u in, '- "i !il IV. Im
Kiverwlde
ABRAMSON. libert, 7". of I .I S
la-, a.wu Pi !M I'.'.i-i..-i B
ACKERMAN. II.- 11 > n nl Miami
II. 111 II Hlvei-Hld. .
ADELSTONE. IVilllnm. --. ol I'1"" II
KI.il'I.-i s: lonloii Inl. nu nl Ml
\. 1...
COHEN. Mi- Lillian, 77. ..I North
.11 ia ml I'.. a.li Itiven
GREENBERG. Josepl 1 Ixim
. '..!hii- Av. iordon
; KEILIN. Anna. ill. ol Xoi Ih M
Il I .\ ill Intel III. Ill Ml
SCHOSS. Ill 11
'
I WILLIAMS. II llll. .1.71 of II
'... k:i Iln ..I.
EERKOWITZ. "
.inn. Iv. Itiv, 1 -nl.
COTTRELL. Vvolllli ol Ish-
I ItlVI I
C.IEENSTAN. II, x
.-II IllMl. IllVel
OLINICK. llaurj .- '' 1717
I \ e I
RUDMAN. ,:.--
ilil in n.ln il
Imulil id llli-
I IIAXK II I" IWMXO
I'll uil Juilee
III MEI.IIA HI. K
IVnuti 'lei l>
:i 1. is. 11
Ivenui
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ill 1 111
a J.11 a..1 \ :
I-.. 11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73- 164
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Kl
I AX
IIESR1K II \SS COHEN
I ... a .1
..-,, v 11 i ill Per .--ii.".*- i.i .....
Al Paid NA-TELSON. im
1: ml ,
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Ueaell Itlvi 1-.....
IIESSIK RAPS 'HEN ....."- WEISS. Snniui
,' l",i, V 1.....ml In to n. v .1
|, in. v BARKAN. I-'- .la ,"l Klverslde
,, ., ..,! ii ih. nine 1 rm. in Mi N>lm
.-. BATCHKER. I". I Ilil
. ,.- stniut. in H'elr ll.a.li I! pi
Mil, in FONTEY. Unit, 1 >
ltlvel-i-l.il lilt. Neb.
SIEGE-. Ill m. of M
Itivei id. .....nl .111 N In
Ih.
a
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Ih
'HE CIRCUIT COUM FOR THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
"LORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No. 73-21 (Blantoni
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UK Ki '.......I
till! ^ IH' Ml.
... n il
All I'..-.In..1 ,1 .1 \'| Pentonx Hn-i
111- ..I I > in.1...I- Ata'i.-I Saul
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Eti'. li '--ii in., hav* ai-ain-i lb. --
|i I||-|H W 1:1. II .1------.-..I in.
Had. County, Plorlihi. to Ihe Ci.un
.ludiri ..i I lade > '..unt>. np.l file
-alll.- ill llUldll III all'l a- IT"! III. .1
Plorldii S1..1111. -. In
o'l Ire I .nun 'oUI ImtlHl
I Noll 1 '..lliils I-' i-riila. With
. n.l.ii- ni>.111)1- from the time ..1 1I1.
-1 nublli .. lion li-i. ..t. or il. -...ii-
li hi I .HITe. I
'..1..1 ai Miami Klorlda, lhi .flSi
of I 1... ml r. IM 1-7
l-.l'ss 1:1.Ml
A- Exeoutrix
1-1 i.ubli.'uiIon ..r lltla i.oiiie on
12 dm -if January, i:.7i.
>N A It I) I ST. .1 AH
n< y for Kxi eutrlx
7II Street, Miami lleaeh
I I .."-I" .'
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-501C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Mm: iMai,- ..f
l-Nii. ;: ii.-n i.i 1 .inn
..,-. .1
All Credltori. ami All r.-ii-'ns Hav-
MOin 1. '-c Ar-'i^'s'
CONSTRI'i-tiup '.^IVICE
i NO OPOPFRTVI
im tmf nor.iiiT court riF the
ei cvfmtm iiiDir-'*' cipti'IT
OF FtriR|r IM ftND FOR
D"i: rot'NTY
rivn action NO 7i.-fi->Q4
ACTION FOR Dl1l UTION
OF MARRIAGE
1 \- 1 -1 -
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KM-rvi x m :' ii'"i wife
l-i 1 s HKN 1 N 11:1 11:1:1
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X I il'l-: HKKKHY N'OTIFfEP
. ,,.. 1. xwdiiilon of Mar-
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. ... .,.. il 1..... it 1 ny, '.- .' -'
niVIH I" stiivi-;. ai......,1 Petl
. ...,. u ho ..l.l-.-s In 1111 N W '-.''
Irepiiv Miami. I-"'1 ami file Ihe ...--
-I.. .1 lih it -i.-rk .a Hi. al.....
......1 ...ml ..11 ...- beln... I". i.n.nri '
in; ......i.laiil. V 111 he .-.i-
t.,,.i imlnvl i..11 for the relief !-
in -. 1.. 1 in ih. .111..I iim or netltlon
Tlii- until-.- -ball h.- publlchecl .an-
I ,.,.1. 1 oil!" IL' '.la. I> "Ilil. -.-
. in ..ai! from ih. 1.......'
alll.
II 'I' I ''il' ,,,.
n- iml. r'lori.l llth
n.-is II1
II, !.. CI1.I1
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1 1.11i.i1. iiii.ii ..1 ihlf null. 01
ilte p.1 .Lu of January. '''7 '
SP lltltKlt. ZKMI.I. It' 'SKIX \N|i
IIKII Itltl iXXEH P l
\.....1 : Kxi Utoi
|ll \ IIIhi'IIVII. PI' 'I
Miami. Klorldii 33132
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 73-1227
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The Maniac.....
MICiXUXXK HEI l-:\ MAIU.O,
Petitioner
in.I l
im: INK MIIM.n.
i:.--i..iiil.-nt
T-> I'KANK M AKI/i
, 1. Rlliaheth Xudo
ji:, 11 ili-liir.- Road
roper Darby. P.-nneylvn
I il iK. I..1. 1 i-ld. Int. in.-i.i -
;.. i.l
K ARPAY I .. I, I fi. "I N'.i il
I Klverslde.
k c 11 'N, lima, ol Noi Ih I
I.eVltl
ROSENBERG. lElI.el II >'.4 !:
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Rl.'ZOW. I 1. .1.....i.li .. a -7 SW
I2i il si 1 :.a don
STEIN. Sarah S. -i. of N.-rth Miami.
|!i\ .-i--i.i.. Int. mi nl i" N- '...
JAFFE I '-' -
11. ninnberi:
KIRSCHENBAUM. 11 :
Kui I .1 Ave ISivel
WEINSTEIN. I Vie M 72. of '
11. 1.1 .- li. IM.i-1.. n
BECKER. Harryl. .'' ol I '-' I -
\ 1 v. u ii-
BECKER J. n.mi "'-. of 1-'-' I ""v
\ X, 11 man
CASARTE. 11 .11.1 fl of 176 Nl' ..-ill
St i:i 1 r-i.l..
GREENWALD, iv 1......1 -
nlHiiH in. lUvortdde
GUTIERREZ Ill-Ill. M, of 5141 Xff
IRth T.-i i- Ki\ .1-i.l.'
POLIMINI. inili.in. S, ..I Rl.'i Hi
S, P.. ...--.,!.
RVSHPAN. Nallian. 2. -1 IS43
i......i \i Rlnxherff
SEIFTFR. Il.vamb.- 7". of '''" \V.
I: i\ Harbor Hr Blawhenr,
VALLINA. I all"I. Una. >:'.. of IIM Sll
nd si Hlvemlde.
\,.|- ARK HEREBY NOTIFIRO ARONSON. Idrlenne. 48. of Miami
,1, ., ;,, ii,.,, for niMMitailon "f Mnr-
,,.,., i,a- been filed nwilnat vu am
v .11 are renulred i" v.- n eop> -i
vnu, u,-in,,i .I..!-..--. If nny. I" I
,.,, .'.i:..|t.'.i: PAMPAS. EHQ. attor
Kiv. .-.-i.l.
BUECHLER. Mlnni. S. W. of **17
i'..llin- Ave HlnHberpr.
IDELSON. K.nthrype. TS, at Holly-
.....I. l-"la. Uiver-i.l.-
llll- li" "in.- -'I.......................... ,<>.! ..,."......-..-..--. --- ,,.., | l.-|i. 1 ...... ^ .1..
,,.a. ....k i... i....r ..,...iiiiv.- U.-.-K-',.,., f,. petitioner, ivl...... .,.i.i.-.- I- .....I. I-1... l.u. ri .
i -.-.ii- miiisii im ni:ri.|.lV i '., ,.f,i.-. of Shirley w-li'. %V> 1 In- PELTZ. Ma-. 12, nf Hollyu.....I, Pla
MIT\i:ss mi li.....I ami ill- Heal ,,',|,, |(oad, Room -"' Miami n '- ......"" "' Star of Unvi.l.
.1 ..ii" ii II ialli'. l-'l..1 i.la
in- 2 .y oi l >.- ember, 1*72
r II I EATHERM IN
V- Clerk "In ii II Court
I Midi '..lli.iv. Plortd .
Hi .' p CtipEI INI"
\- 1 i.nuiv l lerk
i .. ii-i -..in i Se .11
i. I I'll i I' KTl >N E, KSU
i- ... Ii.ma'i.l- Atain-I Sai.l CTllvi:,v StlSTlTHN P I
|a'- -ii| X W AvellUI
ii an li. r. i.i iuitlfle.1 and re- i||ml. Klorlda
>-l In in. -.-ii ..in laim- ami de i.,.....v fo, |. ii tinner
linl- mIii.-Ii you iiiai have nKalnxi 1 6-1".19.26
iii nii: i: M. riM.i oi.Mi
a .1 late i 11 1.1, i '"iim i Flor-
in iii. .'..iiiui JudKi'* "i Had.
i- i .ti.l file iln- -alii.- in .linili'i'.
nrnvbreil In Set-Hop 733 16.
(i.i i Stalul. In ili.-ii- ...ia in
i i 'mil.11 "ii. iii.hi-, in 1 >ad. Can
Mm :.;., withli .. .l.u
lllli- from Ihe inn. of ih.- fir-i
t> i hereol nr Ihe sinn- ii ill
bled .i Mlnml Ptnrlda. Ihln 3th ls l;l: '' "f ..
r.f O, Il I.., I |. |97J RCIMil I'll .1 \> KS-.N
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTYl
IN THF C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVU ACTION NO 73-123
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
f
IIERVAl'P T'li i.iiaS
An Kxrrut.-r
fil -' mili'n al i.ai ..I tills |...I I.-.
1 1 .1 i .a I .mi ui l|l73
|\'R i \l Cl "NSIIAK. ESQ.
.. -1,1 a- Exei'utor
X \\ Tib Street. Miami. Kl'.rl.ln
I l!.-L'^ .' 1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
TOK mtSUNCtR SftVlCf
fJewlsti fkridfi&n
solicits your leqal notices.
We appreciate your pa-
iionaqe and guarantee ac-
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 3734605
am
MI'HIEI. .1 A.'KS. >.N
T. .' Muriel .la. U-.-ii.
|V.|.'.!!.. I III.....11 I
M.I IRE HEREHV N. "TIKIKIi ,,.,.;
i:;.., and fllo '>" oriKlnnJ
anI. Ha .lerk of the above rtvle.
.mill .li or b. I'.r. I--. I.iuniv .1 1 '. I
,,,.,,,... a default will I" "'",;
lu.iin-i ...ii for tl......i <( demanded in
ihe .-onvilalnl or Petition
Tin- .....I. "hall puldlbed on
. ,. h iveek '.........." """ "' 1:"
, | nu: JEWISH PI fJRIPJAN
WITNESS nu hand and ll..... '
,i.l ,,.,,,1 a. il '" r'.anla on till-
17 ,i;,i i.f Innu n
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Page 12-B
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Friday, January 26, 1973
A revolutionary
breakthrough
for the kitchen table
accountant.
The Miami Beach First National Bank
Coral Gables First National Bank
United National Bank of Miami
United National Bank of Dadeland
United National Bank of Westland
Security Exchange Bank
.'' IvrslDIC
United Banking Group
If you handle the nitty-gritty of keeping
the family's finances straight, you ought
to know about a new service.
It does four things for you:
1. It keeps your checks from botn j
2. It gives you immediate cash
you need it.
3. It gives you credit like a card, buc
costs less.
4. It cuts down on husbandly lectures
about household finances.
Introducing the unbounceable
check.
We call it Supercheck. It's a regular chock
with one difference: it's good even when
it's bad.
We set up a cash resea-e in your name.
This money sits in the bank costing vou
nothing until y< >u use it. When you need
money you wi Ite a check for more than
you have in your aco unit. We then auto-
matically cover your checks.
l%a month.*
BankAmericard. Master Charge, and m st
department store credit cuds cost you
1 5% a month. Supercheck costs you 1%
a month* And only for the amount of
money y >u use and only for as long as
you use it.
Each month we charge your check!--
account about 1 SOth'of the amount you
overdrew. If you wish, pay us back quicker.
That means less interest
2 ways it saves you money.
1 it gives you immediate cash to take
advantage of any great buys that come
i ng It makes sense to pay 1% a month*
: if it saves you 40% or 50% on a
Sect md. vou can keep less money in
your checking account and more In your
savin js account where it'll earn Interest.
-s 1 $500 in your checking
0:; 1 tf remergi ies.
If you had 1 $500 Supercheck cash
reserve you could put your $500 into
asavii pefully ours). The
ercheck reserve is there In case of em "-
gei ir $500 is earning inter.'-:.
It you don't need any emergency money
forayeai 1 $20aheadinintei
The time to borrow money is when
you don't need it.
1 :' but it's true.
Lik< vhen vou come ir; f -
mm ikeand
re : make
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t haw 1
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!' 11 customer, pick up an
applical you're in the bank.
Ify istomer, become 01 ,
fora! ei heckaccount
v the b ink opening your
1 king account.
Uncle Sam's Truth in Lending Act
says to tell you this:
toera |e Daily Balance" mt
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Data /ouraccounta ess
n onthly billing cy
the btainedbythei 1
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1 periodic rate of 1*1
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n. amount for the monthly
buliiv] cycle.
Your minimum monthly payment will be 1/3
Ot your most recent loan balance at the time of the
monthly billing, rounded to the neaieM $51"
riot leu than 510.00 (or the remaining loan balance
"WKthan H0.00). You mayavokladditional
p'W'V! tby paying your entire loan
1 ux e, Including accrued hnantkchaKOES.
Ot any time.
if you should default in your obligation to repay
your Supercheck loan to the Bank, you may he
r^uirfd to pay the costs incurred by the bank in
collecting the unpaid balance of your loan, includ-
ing reasonable attorneys' lew.


Pag 2-C
vJtmistiflerkHar)
Friday. January Mr 1973
Rabbi Riskin Of Yeshiva U
Slated By Academy PTA
Rabbi Steven Riskin. spiritual, nation's most widely resected
leader of Lincoln Square Syna-1 l'almudic scholars at the age of
^o^ue in New York and one of the | B will adiiress a special meeting
i of the Greater' Miami Hebrew
Academy PTA Feb. 4 in the Mer-
witzer Building's new auditorium.
Rabbi Riskin accepted an invita-
tion from Rabbi Alaxander S.
Grots to appear at a round of
sessions of the Hebrew Academy
and its affiliated schools. Thurs-
da> morning, Feb. 1. he will ad-
dress students of the Louis Mer-
wit/.er Mesivta High School and
the following day he will talk to
Students of the Olga and Margaret
Weisbaus High School for Girls.
Mrs. Leonard Gritz. president of
the PTA. said the Feb. 4 meeting
v\i!l be free and open to the gen-
eral public. Rabbi Gross will in-
troduce his colleague, whose fea-
tured writeup in Time Mau-azine
in October. 1971. catapulted him
into national prominence.
Rabbi Riskin was graduated
lrom Yeshiva University as class
valedictorian, with summa cum
,mde ranking. He then attended
i he Hebrew University of Jeru
salem and the Chaim Greenberg
Teachers institute, which awarded
him a diploma.
After returning from Israel, he
received a Kollel Fellowship for
advanced Talmudic study at
lislma University, and was or-
1 .-lined in 19ti.">. at the same time
aceiving a master's degree from
the Bernard Revel Graduate
School of the nation's first and
largest university under Jewish
Ruspices.
Former national vice president
ol Rabbinic Alumni of Yeshiva
I niversity. he is now a member
<-f the faculty for Talmud and
Religion at his alma mater, and
il on the national board of Yavneh.
i' national Jewish student erouo.
LZO Announces
^ idciish Musical
Sunday Night
The Labor Zionist Alliance and
t1 e Workmen's Circle announce
' a Yiddish musical with celeb-
rities of the Yiddish Theatre and
concert stage will take place on
Sunday al 8 p.m. at Miami Beach
Si nior High School Auditorium.
Featured i erformers will be Ben
- and Minna Bern. The all-
Mar cast also includes Bernard
Sauer, Y/ona Coral and Renee
Solomon.
Titled. 'Light. Lively and Yid-
dish." the musical, now on a na-
tional tour, has received tlattering
reviews. The New York Times said
"Good fun! An engaging musical
tnieitainment full ol Jewish song.
urtn. and humor."
The show is for the benefit of
the L. Peretz School, a Jewish
language, cultural school for chil-
dren.
Tickets can be obtained at 311
Lincoln Rd.. Rm. 217.
Harry Zukcruik
Re-elected Prexy
Of Alumni Unit
Harry Zukernick. Miami Beach
\ attornev. has been re-elect*"*! pres-
ident of the South Florida Chapter
of the Alumni Association of
'Brooklyn Law School.
Other officers re-elected wore
Alexander Schlesinger. vice pres-
ident; Maijorie F. Robbins, record-
i ing secretary; Minnie Schlanger,
corresponding secretary, and
George J. Bolton. treasurer.
Mr. Zukernick. who has served
. as president of the Miami Beach
Bar Assn.. was a meml)er of the
, board of governors of the Florida
1 Ear for twelve years, was chair-
j man of its Real Property Prolate
I and Trust I-aw Section and is
I presently serving as a member of
the Floi ida Condominium Com-
mission.
Mr. Zukernick has also served
\ as president of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge, chaiiman of
the District Welfare Board for
many yeais, and as a trustee of
The Florida Regional Office of the
Anti-Defamation League.
He was the recipient of the
Award of Merit presented by the
Miami Beach Bar Association "lor '
, distinguished service to the legal
profession."
Singer Rivka Koz
Featured Feb. 25
On Miami Beach
Rivka Rar. the Israeli singing
star, will be featured in the show
"To Live Another Summer," Sun-
day evening, Fob. 25, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
The -how will be presented bv
Pi lends of B'nai B'rith Youth
Services.
'To Live Another Summer" i-
coming direct from a year's en-
gagement on Broadway. Ticket!
available at the auditorium ho>:
offjre.
."
Hebrew Academy r Women
Set Meeting Wednesday
The Hebrew Academy Women
will present certificates of rccog-
ii.tion to outstanding workers foi
the souvenir journal issued by the
organization in conjunction with
the 25th annual scholarship dinner i
of the Greater Miami Hebrew !
Academy earlier this month.
An open meeting Wednesday
(Jan. 311 at 1 p.m. at the Miami
Beach school wi I bo the occasion
lor the presentations, according to
Mrs. Leonard Adler. president of
the Hebrew Academy Women.
Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch and Mrs
Bernard Krielstein. chairmen of \
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad- .
omy. will take part in the open
: meeting.
Students of the second grade
! will present a > ecial program
giving their Interpretation of Sab-
1 bath observance.
AnothOI event saint ng journal ,
(committee membeis will be held
1-cli. 11 when Mrs. Kmanuol
i Sarah i 1'ngar will lie honored as
1 'he Hebrew Academy's Woman of
Valor for i-73.
A luncheon will be hosted at the
Miami Beach home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Schechter, 4400 Pine
Tree Dr.. Mrs. Adler said.
Meanwhile, the organization has
begun planning its annual Binyan-
Brk-k Lunclnon. to N- IvkTlftkrch
11 at the Eden Roc HnteflH
Mrs. George Fcidcnkruif
Edelstein and Mrs. MoreqJ
"iave Leon designated cocj pien
for the March 27 event
Orioles To Play 12
Whit does a giapcfrmt
common with a baseball
Both are In Florida L
and when the Grapefruit
Season opt-ns in Miami, i
Baltimore Moles baseba
Orioles open their play isBfiami
Stadium Marrli 9 against the Los
Angeles Dodge : ; '.i\ii:_; 12 games
at hon:e.
BBBBSX )()
10-12-15
EXCELLENT RETURNS
on money loaned and
securel by prime
mortgages. Invest
$3,000 and up ,

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Sivurn Hatorah At
Ahaval Shalom
(in Sunday at 4:30 p.m.. Ahavat
Shalom Congregation will hold a
in Hatorah. Mrs. Rose Rich-
man will present a Torah to
Ahavat Shalom in memory of her
h .s'and. and a Toi ah mantel will
le presented by Mrs. Francis
Gro*>per in memory of her hus-
band.
("antorial renditions for the oc-
n will I e offi i j i 'antoi
Binyan .
: rid enti til nent at the
. will follow the services. In
rge ol II ins are B.
is and Doroth\ !'. chman.
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IT'S YOUR MONEY AND TO KEEP IT FROM GETTING AWAY,
YOU'LL HAVE TO DO SOME SMART PLANNING.
SAVE HAVE!
Bank Savings Bonds Now Available!
A Bank Saving Bond costing $794.60 now will be
redeemed at the end of five years for $1.000 00.
Redemption values on quarterly compounding basis
at the end of each year are:
Year ......................... $ 826 88
Years ................................ $ 862.56
Years ................................ $ 902.04
Years ................................ $ 945.67
A Bank Savings Bond costing $3.973 00 now will
be redeemed at the end of five years for $5.000.00.
Redemption values on quarterly compounding basis
at the end of each year are:
1 Year ....................................$4,134.32
2 Years ..................................$4,312.84
3 Years ..................................$4,510.23
4 Years ..................................$4,728.32
5 Years ..................................$5,000.00
Years ................................ $1,000.00
CONTACT ONE OF OUR OFFICERS FOR FULL DETAILS ON THESE BANK SAVING BONDS
Peoples First National
Bank of Miami Shores
Complete Trust Kanlities
N.K, 2nd Ate. at 95th St.
Telephone 757-5511
Peoples National Bank
of Commerce, Miami
N. Wfh S. : 33rd *..
Telephone b9n-07U0
Peoples American National
Bank of North Miami
N.K l?Sth St at 10th Are.
Telephone 893-6611
Peoples Liberty National
Bank of North Miami
N.K Till \*c, t 135th St.
Telephone 685 2111
Peoples Hialeah National
Bank, Hialeah
1350 W. K4ili St. (N.W. 138 St.)
Telephone 822-9390
Peoples First National
Bank of North Miami Beach
16051 West Dixie Highway
Telephone 9<5-4311
Peoples Downtown
National Bank, Miami
Complete International Dept
117 N.E. 1st Avenue
Telephone 371-9641
.Members:
PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS OF DADE COUNTY
with Combined Resources in Eycets of $184,000,000.00
Federal Reervo System Federal Deposit Insurance- Corporation
E SURE AND ASK FOR OUR LATEST PUBLISHED STATEMENT. WE THINK YOU WK.I. FIND IT
OF INTEREST. IN FACT. WE BELIEVE YOUR HOMETOWN RANKER MIGHT LIKE TO HAVE A COPY.


Friday, January 26. 1973
+Jmisi>rk>ridBar7
The Moe Reiffens Feted
At JNF Tribute Dinner
Page 3-C
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Moe and Sadie Reiffen, active in
B'nai B'rith. Jewish National Fund
' and otK>r charitable organizations,
MR. t MRS. MOE RllfftN
Will hr.| | a1 JXF-1O0 l.iu-
' '' nor S inday al
,; :; I' in F nt in lie. i
II.. i.
R David 1 Km -
el!. !.. | |,
the guest speaker and Lee Barry
wit! entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Reiffen have been
actiye,Ui uooimunity affairs- since
coming to Miami Beach 10 years
ago. Previously, Mr. Reiffen was
with the John Hancock Life In-
surance Co. in Yonkers, N.Y.
Mi nbers of the dinner commit-
tee are Samuel Pascoe, banquet
chairman; Nat Friedman and Jo-
seph H. Cohen, honorary c<> hair-
men; Cantor Saul H Breeh. chair,
man. .INK hi-rise activities; Kay'
Sailer [JHian Sands, Arthur Kuk-
off. Nat Sachs, Max Abramson
Keve Kessler.
Uso Izsak Ruth. Isadore ('..hen.
Morris Schneider, [da Cooper, Mr
and Mrs. Phil i antor. Joe Kit i
Abe Bronstein, Max Saks, Morris
er, Mae Spitzkoff, Morris
Lightman, Nathan Weingartcn,
5i elson, Ir\ing S 'h. i
I'r Aht ; in VVu!fson and Bi n
l-'i iedlander
Mrs Reiffi n is president of the
100 Lincoln Road VY .men's Club
i pa*l | resid m ol th B'nai
B'rith 100 Lincoln Road Lo I
Mi. Reilfen i- I. ol the
M i nl Bea l> B ii B'rith '
159! and i ecoi lin etarj ol
the Men's Club at 100 Lin ol
Roa 1 The Reift h b .th
wot ked for the ('i .mbined Jew ih
il, Bonds ol I- I oth
Zionist i
Israel Dinner Of State
Kick Off For Israel Bonds
The Israel Dinner of State
Feb. 3 at the Kontainebleau will
kick off a drive to sell a record
mount of Israel Bonds in r973,
the 25th anniversary of Israel's
ndependence.
Hisladrut Fours Specializes
In Group Travel To Israel
Sbmo ; Marom previously of
Histour Ltd Tel A\ i\. Israel, has
!. 'i -niriiiily designated vice
..k-M jri charge ol Histadrul
Tour* R30. Tr.it,1 A\e. N. V C
1 '. -: iiut TbUrS h a vet
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in the I s and N-
for I'l Al Israel Airlines in
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Histadrul Tours u
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1973
I uitiu cos
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N. Y. i"

Mrs. Jos. Nevel
To Head Study
Of I. B. Singer
Mrs. Joseph Nevel, "great
looks" leader, win head an in-
depth study and discussion of the
famous author. Isaac Bashevis
Singer, at the Beth Sholom Adult
Studies courses beginning Wednes-
laj at 9 p.m. at the temple.
The course, entitled "I. B.
Singer, Demonic or Divine." will
'xplore Singer's looks. "The
Siave" and Satan in Goray."
- "The highest representative of
culture which stems straight
from the sacred books upon whom
we have all been brought up" the
late Fdmund V soi dean of
It ai :i iti net m rote about
I B. Singer.
'I he cours. i^ n|en t> i thi
munity and i a rat ion may lie
i le at the t. n pie i I
i Ithei com ses In'iti pd ai e
The Rise ol he Ann
' "mmunity." "G nesis 1971."
"Anti-Semitism Study In Hatred."
al 8 p.m.
Dr. Leon Kroni iritual
I. ader ol I! > | Rnl bi
i larry Jolt sent nsultanl foi
the Temple's Adult Studies pu>-
,ian:. Mauty L. Schwartz is d-
ctor of edui at on.
The dinner, sponsored by the
l^ibor Zionist Alliance and the
Pionear Women, is the first event
oi the 197:: Inaugural Conference
of Israel Bonds. a month-long pro-
gram of meetings at which top
Ix.nd leaders from across the US
and Canada will plan strategy to
accomplish the sales goal.
The figure to be topped is $2X0
million in bonds also a record, sold
in the US and abroad in 1972.
Dinner co-chairmen, Moe Levin
and Harriet Green, announce that
Jacob Barmore, a top Israeli dip-
lomat, will I special guest and
mam speaker. Ambassador of the
Permanent Mission of Israel to the
United Nations. Ambassador Bar-
more has played a continuous role
in the development of Israel, start-
ing with active participation in
' the Haganah, to secretary-general
of the Ministry ol Food and Sup-
ply after independence, through
diplomatic service in many nations,
;ind finally as ambassador to
UN Mission.
The Feb. .'i dinner also honors
two Miami Beach residents! Mr;
end Mrs. Morris Newmark, who
' will receive the coveted State of
Israel At/maut (Independence)
Awanl iii recognition ol "outstai
ng support of the cause ol Israel."
Reservations for the Isi ael D rt-
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Friday. January 26, 1973
Diplomat Uri M. Gordon
Israel Bond Speaker
\ leading Israeli diplomat, Uri
'y. Gordon, will address the guar-
:inner of the 1973 Inaugural
< (inference
Bonds Feb.
bieau Hotel.
Minister Plenipotentiary in the
Permanent Mission of Israel to the
L'niteri Nations sinee 1971. Mr.
Gordon formerly served in the
Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem,
where he was in charge of Cease-
Kire Affairs. In a previous assign-
ment in the lTS. he represented
his country in Atlanta as Vice-
C'onsul for the Southeastern j
United states.
During this period, he also
served in the Embassy of Israel in
Washington as assistant to Abba
Khan, the current Minister for
Foreign Affairs, who was then
Israel's ambassador to- both the
IN and the US,
Educated at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, where he rc-
ceived his BA and MA degrees in
Middle Eastern studies. Mr. Gor-
don later completed his residence
requirements for the PhD in
Middle Eastern studies at Harvard
University, While studying in IJos- i
ton. he taught Arabic at both
Harvard and Brandeis University. '
Later, he spent over a year in
Turkey on a scholarship from the
Turkish Government doing re-
search for his dissertation on the
modern Turkish press.
Mr. Gordon, a native of Tel
Aviv, is descended from a family
that participated in 1S82 in the
lounding of Kkron, a "moshav"
i cooperative settlement', which
was one of the first of its kind
established in Israel.
The Guardian Dinner is open to
persons purchasing a minimum of
S1.0CO in Israel Bonds in 1973 and
will feature entertainment by the
American Jewish humorist, Emil
Cohen.
(Left to right) Mrs. Marvin Marx, advertising
chairman of Beth Sholom's Great Artists Se-
ries; Dr. Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of
Beth Sholom; Mrs. Eli Katzin; Israeli violin-
ist, Pinchas Zukerman; president Eli Katzin,
and Mrs. Julius Ser, ticket chairman of the
series under whose sponsorship Mr. Zuker-
man appeared in concert at the temple re-
cently. The picture was taken at a recep-
tion in honor of the musician, tendered by
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller.
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Dr. Graubart Speaker At
Beth I)a>id 60lh Kallah
ii a^^Diui*Si8'<*r'">"'< holding ,ti,n, and Roosevelt UMvenitv
*60th anm* Kallah this week- Yiddish edit 3 SS&
' ; mguage Dictionary; co-
lne6:30p.nx Sabbath dinner on ulitor of the Jewish Family Bible,
nd contributing editor ol Collier's
I ncy< lopedia.
( "-': men ol the Kallah are
' Morris, Rabinowitz, Mrs.
Theodore Gordon and Mrs. Nathan
Mrs. Richard Bailey is
: si lent and Mrs. Howard Mesh
serves as cultural vice president.
Off. DAV'D GRAUBART
l.V will i followed '
..;... ., ., | 1
i-om Imle with a
: : roup.
ih da u in Jew
I Issues."
: for the week nd
I a ibai t. pre-
the Beth Din, the
Court o| the Rabbini-
i 'hicago Region.
D Gra i< pi ofessor ol
: it S| ei I is College of
member of the
-: ol Illin :.-. Mundelein
Sky Lake Plans
Awards Night
Skj Lake Synagogue Congrega-
tion and Sisterhood will present
the annual awards to the "Worm n
ol the Year." Man .)f the Year"
and tin "Ri ligious Service Award"
on Sunday at 8 p.m. in the syna-
ie
Chosen for the Sisterhoods]
\\ imi n ol the Yi ir" i- Mrs. Xa-
lhan Bn nd -r who served as a
l forces dur-
ing Woi Id War I! v-- Brend r Is
nnti cl iii- i ai I : >t hei 'ovc -
' In 'half of the Sist
172."
n o! ')'. ar' award will
I to Morris Sob
his "o\ in behalf
"' lion i irini L972. Vli
and V S '1 are also a b i
ing Hi. ii _. i den wedd n
sary.
Harold Fi. i nan w I
Ihi R ious Sei i Awat
d "beyond t
: dut> to the synagog u
Ra ih E I'. plan is
ual ader of the synagi
Kahhi Lifshitz
To Be Honored
By Ezras Torah
Rabbi Moshe Margolin, execu-
tive director of Ezras Torah; 1mm
announced that a reception in
honor <>f Hagaon Rabbi David
Lifshitz, vice president of the
l zras Torah Fund, will take place
Saturday evening at the home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg,
S345 N. Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach,
Ezras Torah. founded in 1915 by
the leading Torah scholars of
Europe, United States and Israel.
had been organized to care for the
spiritual and physical needs of
Torah scholars throughout the
world. Rabbi Naftali Riff is pres-
ident of Ezras Torah.
Rabbi Eliyahu Henkin, execu-
tive vice president of Ezras Torah. i
reported that the organization
Rives aid to over 13,000 families :
r.nd individuals each year. "Ezras
Torah's only concern is to see to it
that help goes where it Is needed
i lily, efficiently and with dig-
it tj ." Rabbi Henkin said.
Ezras Torah givi s to each young
couple receiving an apartment in
the two main [*orah Centers ol
Israel i ithi gift ol -' 00 ot a
Ii an of 5 fron the Ft ee Loan
Fund to l.'i epaid in monthly in-
stallnn nts o\i r a period of 10
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'Anyone For Tennis?9
Call By GMJF Women
When deco.-ati d tennis ball con-
tainei are hand deli' ered to the
won en's hi mes ith a stickei
ing "('an you?" the women sav
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tennis an I the i vent is the Gn titoi
i Jew ish Fi Ii at in Secoi i
Annual Aventura Tennis Cla*
One hundred women are i \-
pected on the courts Feb. '< for a
daj ni tennis, trophies and a cham-
i agne lunchi on to benefit Federa-
tion's 1973 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign
Elaine Richman, with Mar-
garet Meister and Elaine Sponder,
is one of the coordinators
>sic.
Ai c in t" Toby Frie
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en v ho are a"t. ..
tii n pla; tennis a
Is the perl
interests
The success s
classic convinced us that
should l c an annual evi nt ."a I
Reva Wexlcr, Women's Di -. n
I n sident.
The women will competi in
i.l three divisions, and tro les
m ill be awarded In all categ

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Friday, January 19,
The Farband Labnr Zionist Alliance recently voted to give
its lull support to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Membeis of its committee for the 1973 CJA-1EF campaign
include (from leftx Oscar Shapiro; Joseph P. Zuckerman,
chairman; Mayshie Friedberg; Morris Honigbaum, honorary
chairman; Bernard Gingold, honorary chairman; Isidore
Lederman; Jack Filosof, honorary chairman; Joseph Remi-
nick, Sam Berke, Herman Kass and Abraham Fraidlin.
The Ayalons In
Fine Arts Series;
Temple Sinai's Fine Arts
will boirin "i! S ; rrday e\<
\\ ith TN' Ayalons, Israel sa<
-,|V) Will 0lc: 1!' ill tlj
A private theati c \ ai i. tor
s, ries' |)atron and j
:. !'ir,, the >!' w.
The Fin< A la Commit^
,l .,!<- Mr :iinl Mrs. David
Mr, nil v i: r \: Gree
Arlpro Kahn Di and Mi
Kadison. Mr. u I Mrs.
(Cinmskv, Dr. nd Mrs.
Km tza< km. A i Mi -
Rach :;. Mr. an Mrs
She an. P> '- Fred
Shvster. !>:-.;. i: it Wolf
v. 1 Rabbi anJ M. -. .: Kings-
ley.
'I ik' Si'' IP. V .it G*Ul4
Gi I mi Kei>. !'. !"' Brel Is
Alive anil Wi'. ;:< in Paris
on March l! .r..-. \..< Sullivan
Jazz Qidntet on April 15. I
Ticket inf.nni.-i :i can be ob-
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City Of Hope Presents
Award To Mrs. Segal
Israelite Center Reelects Prexv Chester Letter
Mrs. Cy Plasky, president of
(it., of Hope Miami Beach Chap-
tar, will present Mrs. I. Wally
(Ruthi Segal ith the covetw
Humanitarian Award at the an-
lllial Leukemia Luncheon to be
11 I at the Fontainebieau Hotel
i-. Saturday, Feb, 17. at 12 noon.
Mrs. Seual is a member of
Menorah life trustee of
ihe Women's Auxiliary of Greater
Miami Jewish Home for the Aged,
;e member of the Eddie Cantor
i ip ui l: and a IMA
ter "i Chil I n.
Also a iii. n life membi r of
( : i in i Women's Cancer
League of a< h Women's
xitiarj ol Sinai Medical
Outer. As1 ::. Cl Iren Foun-
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Women's An an Tcchnion and
m ml er of Un Soae -' Chapter
i
Co-chaii Mrs Gustavc
1: u tman, Mrs. 1 rd Hoffman,
Mrs. A. Schimie] Asso. ati chaii -
n: Mrs [da I l< ls< n, Mrs. M.
h zloff, Mrs. Mac Cohen, -Mrs
At a recent membership meeting
of the Israelite ("enter Temple, i
Chester Letter, community and
teligious lea.icr. was unanimously
reelected president of the congre-
gation.
Mr. Leiter, a resident ol Miami
and Miami Beach for the past 17
years, baa served the Temple in'
| many capacities and %ad been
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Adath YeslmrHii
A Camp Judaea Rally and Youne.;
Tiida.',! Parents Night will lie held
at Temple Adath Yeshurun on I
Sunday at 7 30 p.m.
Michael Kaplan, director ol
Camp Judaea :nv\ Southern Recion
executive direct r, w ill show slides
mi 111111-. 'if Camp Judaea and
discuss camp activities and pro-
ams with parents and their
children.
"Hashachar The Pawn." a
f Im describing the Young Judaea I
Vouth Movement, Hashachar, will I
be shown. Members of Hashachar
from clubs meeting at Adath
Yeshurun will present programs
snowing their club activities.
Camp Judaea in Hendersom ille.
N. C. is owned by Hadassah and
!s supported by the Southern
Hadassah Youth Commission
of which Florida is a part.
Camp Judaea provides a summer
ol educational and sports activities
which involves participants in a
Jewish way of life in a positive
setting. Camp Judea enrolls
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AI Landskrnni r. treasurer; Fran-
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H< my Kinq Stanford congratulates Mrs. Anuro di F
a.- ; the unveiling of a bronze bust of her hut
G,";','- M M PF- fUnder f ,he C??fa Gui'd of
S V ll,MrS- Lewis ?- Blanka' RosensTiel, who con-
ceivc-d atij sculptured the Lust, locks on.
Bust Of I)
I'o Be I in
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r. DiFilippi
iled Sunday
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St |i i th national sales
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: Con lany Ni w York
i,'. th sales ol
than v Mr Stone Is
.i mi iti l wit I I Miami a
cy n i >y Mk lUlam Bafktnd.
rated at 12 3 2nd Ave.
. .
>lintii Vice Mayor R' iinr-
don a i be r rta'led as presi-
denl 1 "' So it! i Chap-
Fl PI ii ning an I
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I it tin M > '' ii riott Hotel
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lavor Chuek
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Beach Board ol Governors
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i. |{ ; manentl; tl
-' 'l Ii :-' : ipl in the lobby
artc County Auditorium.
' di Filinpi Coundt>d the 0| ei a
1 i lild in 1941 on a shix'snint;
"' of $1,200 the first year
and saw that gri to $650,000 for
1972-73. Today, the Opera Guild
is 'ho fifth oldest opera company
in the United States anil the only
major o|iera group in the State (>f
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Annual \rt Show
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An opportunity to acquire con-
temporary ami classic art wi'i be
-c.conterl by Temol Emanu-El of
ol t.vH.m la'e at the annual art
auction to ho held at Un L
auditorium, 3245 West Otritlarrt]
Park Blvd. on Saturday, Feb. in.
The preview showing and recep-
'i w I take place from 7:.T0 to
8:30 p.m. Al 8:30 p.m. the auction
will begin.
Art objects shown wi'i be the
Haber Art Collection, subject of
recent arti -lea in the Ni m Yo k
rimes and Newsweek magazine
|pscril in the colle tion as th.
' eraphic collection In the
Mint: v
Ti n p Emanu-El invites thr
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'hat adn Lssion is fn e
Israeli Musical
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VriAnit IrrntltT+w 9fi 1973
Friday. January 19, i973
Actress Shelley Winters
Is Fashion Show Speaker
Actress Shelley Winters will be
i main si>eaker at the world
i .iere of the 1973 Israel'Bond
SHILir W/NTfBS
F. lion Sho-. at the Fontaine-
r Hotel on Feb. 8.
The fashion show, which is a
high itfht of the 1973 Inaugural
C< nference of Israel Bonds, will
I-. Tie the latest in haute couture
leady-to-wear from Israel and
U '.riedule'l to embark on a tour
at US and Canadian cities follow-
.- the Miami debut.
Mrs. Jan Peerce, national chair-
nan of the Women's Division of
^tate of Israel Bonds, said that
Miss Winters, In addition to being
i distinguished star of stage,
screen, and television, is well
known for her efforts on behalf of
numerous philanthropic causes,
particularly the Israel Bonds pro-
b'tani.
"We are delighted to be able to
nnounce Miss Winters as a spe-
cial guest at the fashion show and
uncheon." Mrs. Peerce said, 'and
Appreciate the time she is taking
Horn her busy acting schedule to
help make this glittering event an
een greater success."
Miss Winters will be In the
Miami area to star in "The Kffect
of Gamma Rays on Man in the
Moon Marigolds" at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse (Feb. 6-18) and
the Parker Playhouse (Feb. 19-
March 3).
The fashion show, which will
ilso honor Mrs. Else Bonem. a
eader in Jewish causes, is being
staged by Jordan Marsh-Miami.
Mrs. Eleanor Morris, fashion co-
mlinator, will serve as commen-
tator.
Attendance at the fashion show
and luncheon is based on the min-
ictm purchas* in 1973 of a $1,000
srael Bond. Reservations can be
nade at the Israel Bond office,
20 Lincoln Kd.
arm in
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Fashion Spree '73 Offers
Couture Clolhers And Art
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rial 'ouncil of Jev ksh
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S foi Wednesday, Jan. 31,
'. i ay and Fridaj Feb. 1 and 2.
- oe held at Bayfront Park
. im the annual sale of
anriise donated by meml is
m be held from 10
ti f n daily, with :." charge for
sion.
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Philip Bloom, section president:
Mis, Harry Schloss, vice president
for Fashion Spree; Mrs Alfred L
Moss and Mrs. Philip Friedman.
. hairmen, and Mrs. Maurice Rich,
rice president, ways and means.
Also Mrs. Charles Fritz, Mrs
Gerald Ross, Mrs. David Ehren-
leich, Mrs. Marvin Sheldon, pres-
ident of South Dade Division.
\:is. Robert Siegel, Mrs. Joel
Pollack. Mis. Bernard Abel, Mrs.
Maxwell Herschberg, Mrs. Ben
Horowitz, Mr. ami Mrs Larry
Abend, Mrs. iiyman Cohen, Mrs.
Alfred Zipper, Mrs. Cye Wechsler,
Vi* Harry Man. Mrs, Rosalie
Ftodell, Mrs. Shirley Schrager.
MRS. KOSl HOCHStm
Women's League
Bestows Honor
Mrs. Ros named "Woman of the Year" by
the Women's League for Israel,
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter.
Mrs. Hoehstim will be feted at a
luncheon on Sunday noon. Feb. 4.
at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Florence Feldman, director
of the Women's Division of the
Hebrew University, will be the
main speaker at the luncheon.
Entertainment will be by Ruth
Raffo. coloratura, accompanied by
Aida Yaslow, concert pianist.
Chairman of the gala will be
\ iola Minkoff. Among hostesses
will be Rose Dellerson. Elsie
Cowan, Eva Young, Lilly Winters
and Rae Tenen.
Among contributions made by
Mrs. Hoehstim and her late sister,
Emma Rattner, is a room at the
library of the Hebrew University.
Marcia and Irv Blocker back in
town after spending a few weeks
in Lima, Peru then off to
Washington. D. C. for a Bar MltZ-
vah. Daughter Merrie flew in from
Europe, son Micliael came down
from up-state New York, and
daughter Elizabeth was picked up
in Miami as all joined in the
family celebration.
Thelma and Milt Jasper spent
I some time in California that In-
! eluded a week at the world famous
I La Costa. They're busy at King's
: Bay where they are torn between
| their boat and the tennis courts
' Both are enjoying their new-
found leisure time.
H.azel and Ben Essen back in
the groove after their three month
around-the-world tour. This was
not their first but it may be
their last for a while. Hazel con-
fided to being frightened upon
more than one occasion while in
several cities. Seems Americans
aren't too welcome in some places
. so those of you planning
vacations to little known stops
may do yourself a favor and do a
little research before embarking.
Sherma and Bern stone trying
t( get settled in their new Key
Biscayne condominium. Right after
making the move they flew to
Paris to see the important new
fashion collections then after
only a few days they were off to
California for two family wed-
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apartment and a new line for
j Bernardo are keeping the
Stones from setting too much rest.
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Friday, January 19, 1973
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Miami Hadassah Units
Plan Varied Programs
Page 9-C
Mrs. Morris Hrnnan president.
of the Miami ( liapter of Hadasaah.
announces thi- fol'owing group
meotin.-.s in February.
Avtva <:roup president. Mrs.
JulCS Minkos. .'. ill preside at an,
open-to-guests meeting nt the
Kiiil-s Hay Country Club on Feb.
1.;. a: 8 p.m. .Viost speaker will
:.. Henry Kramarz, official photog-
rapher of thf Jewish War Veter-
ans,
Minorah r.i! Schweil ''C. announ-cs that
, -.' i ral meeting on Feb. 5 will
highlight Jewish Music Month.
Mrs. Phil Abran-s an1 Mrs Irv
i- Hug I will entertain. Mtinc
: be hold at the home of Mrs
Theodi re Lomaskins,
Mt. soojiuh regular meeting will
hi \,: on Foh i at 12 .10 p.m at
! t Federal, 2350 Cora! Way
Tbo topic will be Sixty Year* in
H.i'.a-. ah: I>wn Memory Lino
ivith HMO. Mt ScoptU Will Re-
- ii with Linens Galore." Also,
"Seasonal Poods For Nostalgic
Mood< Mrs Dav ..I K. Ellison is
pre-iili nt.
1972-7:) Season
At Tropical Park
Near Record
The 1972-197.1 season of raoinc;
1H7M972 49-day meeting con-
at Tropical Park, the first con-
ducted at the Caldef Race Course
'aeility in North Miami, produced ,
near records for the 49-dav season ?^a sl>ons which commenced on Nov J8 and omnmt,"> "f 'heir respee-
roncluded on Jan. 16. The daily aPar,mcnt buildings.
| averages showed that 9,414
1 wagered Sl.ir.7.965, These statis-
tics represent an increase over the
: ducted at the old Tropical Park
silo of 18.2% in attendance and
20CS in mutuel turnover.
The raider Race Couise facility, B'nai B'rith Dictri.t
Naonil will moot Fob. 5 at the
YWHA. 8500 SW Sth St.. at S:13
p.m. Guo>t speaker wi'l bo Mrs
Alvin Burger, executive of Hadas-
lah's Youth Commission. Group
president Mrs. St-phen Morris al-
so announces the annual "Covered
Dish Dinner" on Feb. -'4. at the
home of Mrs. Michael Weisberg.
S545 Tiffanj Dr. nt spm Theme
will rx> tho "Roaring Twenties"
with a gift for tho most authentic
costume.
Eleanor Reosevelt president. Mis.
Edward Lazarus, announ-cs tho
regular moetin : mi Monday, Feb.
12 at 12:45 p.m. in the Marlen
Auditorium. Rabbi David Shapiro,
srint'ml loader of Temple Sinai
of Hollywood, will speak on -Is- on Monday, May 7. A record purse
rael, the Beautiful," in commemo-
ration of tho 25th birthday of
Israel.
Mrs. Harry Goldkin will preside,
at the MImtI Kinntoln (haptrr on
Feb 12 at 12:30 p.m. to be held
at Washington Federal. G33 NE
167th St. A musical skit Thi* is
Yo'ir Life" wi'l honor life mem-
bers. Mrs. Braina Pecosky is
chairman.
MB Residents To Receive
Israel Scroll Of Honor
Two Miami Beach resident- will
receive the State of Israel Scroll
of Honor at sala "Night in Israel
and is a national board member of
the American Jewish Congress.
Mr. AJtshuler is a former board
membei of Temple Israel in Hull.
was on tho board of IVnai Moshe
in Brighton, and a member of
wm".^! fT' ^ St'rrs,.rin Temple Emanucl in Newton, all
will receive the award at the Cen-
tury Towers. An importer of an- in Massachusetts, whore ho and
tiques for the oast 40 years, ho is his wife have been a live in the
a board member of Temple Beth Israel Bonds program,
and a chart.".- member of
Am
open for the training of race-
bin sos while Hialeah and then
Gulfstream conduct their annual
meetings, will open for its 197:1
season of 1,12 afternoons of racing
distribution has !>ecn allocated for
the 1973 season assuring a con-
tinuing upgrading of both stables
and jooke s.
The physical plant itself is to be'
uugmented with Increased facili-
ties for convenience and comfort.
rThe additions and renovations,
'ostinK in the millions, will be
all or nearly completed lor the
May 7 inaugural.
wife, Julia,
rladassah.
life
No. .1. His
member of
Century Tower-: Israel Bonds
Committee chairman Harry A.
Merer -aid that the evening honor-
ing Mr. Silverstein will begin in
the card room at 7:30 p.m. with
son^s by Irvin Rernard. Featured
Tho Victorian Plaza "Night in
Israel'" wi'l bo held in tho card
room of the building. Israel Bond*
Committee chairman Max Raskin
-aid that l.ila Savitt. international
singer and accordionist, will start
tho evening at 7:30 p.m. Highlight
of the "Night in Israel" will he
entertainer wi'l be the American an appearance by raconteur Kmil
Jewish humorist EHie Schaffor. c.ihin.
At the Victorian 1'laza on 'lhurs- j
day, Fob. I. I.iniis Altshuler will
receive the Scroll of Honor. A'
board memtjer of a legal investi-
gation firm, he serves on tho na-
tionn) nxo**iitlv* **iard nr -Ho "70 \
Roth Night in Israel" pro-
grams are under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Israel Bonds
Organization and are open to tho
public.
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Lloyd's of Maison Grande deserves
'most favored7 title

By GLORIA LETTRE
Entertainment Editor
A very special occasion it
was our first visit to the
high';, acclaimed Lloyd's of
the Maison Grande, at 60th It
Collins Avenue a restaurant
that is among those en-
joying, and rightfully so,
"moi" favored'* status
A feather in the cap of
Lloyd Apple. owner-
proprietor, is the tact that
the Chicago Tribune listed
Lloyas as one of the three
most r e c o m m ended
restaurants during the 1972
Democratic and Republican
Com i itions
it must certainly bring a
pause of satisfaction to
'charming, talented Lloyd
App!' to sit back and survey
the results of his single-
minded, artistic efforts and
know-how in establishing
such an extraordinarily
polished operation Indeed,
the title "creator of
restaurants" is a most apt
description for Lloyd, and
he confided to us plans for
opening a second Uoyds
only larger and more
beautiful with a liquor
license (Lloyds of Maison
Grar.dc currently serves
beer and wine only.)
Every inch of the un-
derstated elegance at
Lloyds is stamped with
Lloyd Apple's inspired,
personal touch, and there is
absolutely no compromise
with standards
In this Age of Plastic,
you II be impressed by such
outstandingly gracious
features within the country
French atmosphere as
specially designed serving
carts, (called Gandons'.
carved woods, original oils,
the finest in carpeting,
custom made coach lights,
genuinely authentic
showpieces and accessories
purchased in Europe, the sea
horse in which Lloyd's stone
crabs are properly displayed
in crushed ice. the finest in
English bone china and
imported crystal
IJovd even employs two
women on his staff of Z8 who
do nothing all day long but
wash thr fragile crystal,
costing upwards of S10 per
glass, and it surely makes
even the water served taste
better.
Proof of the sure and
creative hand of Lloyd Apple
and his equally brilliant
young manager. Seth
Bronson (a graduate of
Cornell's School of Hotels
and Restaurants), is the
handsome gold plate
hanging next to the im-
pressive wine cellar (which,
by the way. even boasts $100
per bottle LafitC Rothschild
wine for discriminating
tastes and pocket books I The
gold plate is a tremendous
honor received by Lloyd's at
the Waldorf Astoria as first
prize for a ladies' luncheon
table sitting representing
Hospitality Magazine's 7th
Annual fa pie Top of the
Yi ar Award for 1972
It would take a good
number of pages to cover all
the remarkable dimensions
of Llovd Apple's tenacity and
noble'interest in the proud
profession of food
preparation (an art Lloyd
sadly regards as a
diminishing one in the
United States" But one
interesting characteristic
thai demonstrates his
conscientiousness and
sincerity is that Lloyd has
absolutely no use for
decorum
Extremely cmployc-or-
itnted and interested in
young peopie willing to
pursue the food industry
IJovd. a former Southwest
Miamicaterer. will help with
anything that needs to be
done from busing to
washing glasses Moreover,
each of his staff qualifies as
head waiter, maitre d and
somtnelier. and as a result
all are exceptionally well-
motivated, happy employes
who feel they're an im-
portant pan of Ihe operation
People do dress to come to
Uovds for dinner, but. as
may be expected, a tie isn I
required by Lloyd since,
above all. he wants his
You owe yourself an
Zoning a. Lloyd's for L oyd
Apple makes every effort to
please And he receives
accolades from all quarters
Min.ger and associate director Seth Bramson and owner Lloyd
the handsome dining areas at Lloyd's of the Maison Grande.
including recent visits
from such luminaries as
Rette Davis. Orson Bean,
and (he like Perhaps the
praise he recalls most
vividly was from a young
lady who enthused to Lloyd:
"Your rolls are hot. your
butter is fresh, your cream is
pure everything is cooked to
perfection; I'm over-
whelmed."
And we discovered that the
young critic was right on the
mark in her assessment of
the jovs of eating at Lloyd's
,s we sampled the superb,
quality offerings in an at
mosphere where the
illumination is perfectly
subdued and the noise level
is down to soft, serene,
civilized music.
Suffice ii to say that diet
Jose Cardona deserves a
gold plate award himself for
the excellent continental
style cuisine he prepares in
his immaculate, all-electric
kitchen.
And waiters Luis Reza and
Marvin Braver represented
the epitome of well-trained
professional skill and con
sideration as they placed
before us Lloyd"-.- delightful
L'lllet cocktail specialty,
whose flatnbeed orange peel
gives it a smoked orange
flavor; a perfect chicken
liver hors d'oeuvro prepared
by Lloyv i 83 year old
father. Fresh Shrimp
Cocktail en Supreme ($2.951;
and hot. light, flaky French
croissants (hat virtually
melt in your mouth Our
choice of entrees were
outstanding Spring Lamb
Chops Orleanais ($8.95) and
Filet Mignon Chambord
($10.50' Topped off with
incomparable Caesar Salad
($3 75 for two), a popular
Lloyd's original (served to
all patrons > of sweet carrots,
raisins and pineapple, plus
the ideal end to a perfect
meal spectacular
Homemade Chocolate Cake
($1.25) and Cheesecake
($1.50) what can one say.
except to be properly
grateful"for our good fortune
in dining at this splendid
As soon as time permits,
we plan to partake of Lloyd s
much-talked-a bout Sunday
Brunch that is. if we can
get near the place, because
until the New Orleans style
sidewalk cafe is completed.
Lloyd's presently ac-
Apple are pictured in one of
commodates 114 patrons and
the restaurant is always
mobbed Nevertheless, for
only $3.50 you get all you can
possibly eat and more i.e.,
chilled" fresh orange juice,
miniature bagels with cream
cheese and lox. scrambled
eggs w ith sauleed onions and
mushrooms, cheese Wintzes
with blueberry sauce,
pickled herring, fresh fruit
compote, home made butter
Danish, and coffee. Again,
would vou believe all Ihis for
only $3.50 per person!
Lloyd's holds the line on
quality for luncheons, too:
indeed, the deluxe luncheon
menu is even larger than the
dinner carte and prices are
incredibly moderate. The
ladies especially enjoy
Uoyds for their club and
organization luncheons, but
whatever time of day you
choose for the privilege and
pleasure of dining at Lloyd's,
get your reservations in
early because Lloyd's enjoys
impressive popularity.
Hours are 11 a.m. for
Sunday brunch, 11:30a.m. to
2:30 p.m. for lunch: and
from 5:30 p.m until the
volume drops ott tor dinner.
Unfortunately. Lloyd's is
closed on Tuesdays.


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tf^istthridnar
Friday. January 26, 1973
i
M EIT H E L S

bv NORMA BARACH
i
Do you like a different tangy salad? Herd's one that utilizes
a (liable it this time of year and that blends tvell with
Paghetti and a or In combination with sizzling pizza
VKOETABLE-APPLE 9ALAO BOWI.
l small lid Ic :< rg lettuce tsp. garlic powder
slntosh .i '. tsp. onion powder
'2 this vegetable oil
2 this, rider irtn< ear
2 me arrots tshi i dd -11
tsp irli powd
2 tbls, sugar
r lettuce into bite-sl ea. Add carrots and i] lies
iui e, tossing salad and coating it with the lemon
'' cool, damp paper towel and chill for 3(
i' I ist < : >ve towel and sprinkle sugar
i .....wder over salad, Then add oil and vinegar
i.,.. to \. Serves six.
ther. My last i lea'l with
-' Pit* d ve ;eta li s; thi< one goes it to th ' >' :' to use so of th .'.-. vinegar .vhich you
' eek's salad.
THREE-BE '.X SALAD
103 can red kidmj beans 2 onions cut in thin
' '- '
1 30 can yellow wa> ider v in.
i ip si ;ar
W3 i an kit sli i .,< n tsp, salt
Irained j tsp. p.
- stalks ce !i | ,.. nto ioptional)
-Mlx susar, salt and pepper together Pour over
j an onions Toss Mghtly. Cover tightly and -e-
i might. This salad MUST be made the daj before
' : tlv be featuring recipes given to me by
utta India, Tl I wish-
' ted bj her from memory of how
I c untry." This we k's chicken recipe is
,r a n inimum of effort, yel gives a
en ni i,hi h to plain old chicken."
INDIAN-STYLE CHICKEN
' up nail i >4 tsp. garlic powder
salt pepper to taste
'- tsp. turner: l smaa can V8 juice 18 oz I
tsp ]
Place Chicken in large, heavy skillet. Sprinkle onions and
- ices on lop. Cook covered on a low flame until chicken is done
(about 1 hour.. Pour juice over chicken and turn chicken over.
lover again an;', simmer until juice is almost evaporated. Place
n a warn-, serving dish. Serves six to eight, depending on size of
1 yers.
So what can yon do that's new and different with a potato?
the answer Is supplied by my friend from Calcutta. India who
me the chicken recipe In my last column. This deceptively
1 v method o! treating potatoes is a -urc hit. resulting in a
(to thai is crunchy an t go'! m on the outside and soft on the
s,d( !'':m more than one of these 'Indian potatoes" per
; rson.
12 whole Idaho potatoes
vegetable oil
''" : whole potatoes in sail water until don." Do
" :1 ,)|;'-' watet and lei potatoes cool. Drop potatoes
to oil I rj until golden brown. (A deep fryer maj a i
Ser
The 1,700 delegates to the biennial convention cf the
National Women's League, the 200,000 member women's
organization affiliated with the Conservative movement,
called for increased participation by women in syna-
gogue administration as well as more equality in syna-
gogue ritual. The picture above shows the preparation for
o special-morning-service for the women which tock place
ct the convention. Reading the Torah is Mrs, A. David
Arzt, program end education director. Receiving 'aliyot'
were (left) Mrs. Sol Henkind, immediate past president
(light) Mrs. Miltcn Peiry, vice president and Mrs. Louis
Ginzberg a 50-year member. At the conclusion of the
convention the league's name was changed to Women's
Leacrue lor Conservative Judcism.
Gen. Clay Appeals For 13 Jailed Iraqi Jews
B> Special Report
NEW YORK Got. MmIu D.
.... chairman of the non-
scctarian Committee of Concern
I Minoi iries in .\i ph Con1
is week appealed to the United'
fattens to intervede with the1
:-v, inment ..1 Iraq on behall of
3 Iraq-Jews presently being held
ncommunicado in Baghdad jails.
Eight of the prisoners wore ar- ,
icsted last October, two in No-
vember, and three in December,
'.en Clay slated. Their property
- een confiscated and they may I
,- subjected to summary militan
trials, accocdin to reoorts from
the aiea. he added,
The arrests have "naturally
rroused great fears in the Jewish
community in Iraq, which recalls
tvith honor that b similar process
'ed to the exec ti >- ol Jews in
i960." the General said.
Eleven rrant Jews wen killed in
Baghdad in 19*i9. and their bodies
strung up in the public square. The
Iraqi Jewish communit now num-
bers about 500 people. Three
lecades ago ii was one ol the most
important Jewish communities in
he Middle East, with a population
.: 120.000 and an uninterrupted
history since the Babylonl n
"In the past year, many of the
restrictions on the Jews of Iraq
had been Ufte I an j most ol th
Jewish community was able to
h a\ e the country eithei on vail I
passports or in other ways," i
Clay continued. However, he
added:
"The latest arrests and th
strictions imposed by t!.>- I
government are in dire t contra-
.! < tion to recent statements, ma I
i > high Iraqi officials, ass<
that Jewish citizens enjoj ; ill
i '..'.'its and freedom."
Prof. Horace M. Kallen (center', the philoso-
pher of "cultural pluralism, protographed
during break in an all-day symposium,
sponsored by B'nai B'rith, at which 40 well-
known Jewish scholars discussed the im-
portance of Kallen's theories to contemporary
Jewish life. The event, at the New School in
New York where Kallen taught for 51 years,
was B'nai B'rith's unusual way of honoring
"a giant of intellectual integrity and ideas"
with its Harold M. Wei3be:g Award a
SI.500 cash prize "for his lifetime of crea-
tive contributions to Jewish thought." Dr.
Louis L. Kaplan (left), chairman cf Univer-
sity of Maryland's board of regen's opened
the symposium. At right is Mrs. Harold Weis-
berg, widow of young philosopher who
headed adult study program at the time of
his death two years ago.
President Truman ; the U.S. proclama-
tion cf de jure ion cf Israel on Jan.
31, 1949, Inviting his Irisnd Eddie Jacob-
son (second from Ic B'nai B'rith offic-
ials Maurice Bisq ten s.-cretary, and
Frank Goldman (seated, then president, to
the White House for the occasion. It was
Goldman and Bisgyer who appealed to Ja-
ckson, their fellow B'nai B'rilh member, to
intervene with Truman and arrange for a
piivate White House meeting between the
President and Zionist leader Chaim Weiz-
mann. Truman later wrote of his fondness
and respect for Dr. Weizmann. a factor in Tru-
man's support of Israel's statehood.


Trida^Ianuory 26, 1973
lj,f, nu^a^is^.-.
Friday. January 19, 1973
+JeM>ncridttor
Page 11-C
Auxiliaries To Participate lsl v III Honda J \\ \ Council Opener Saturday
Department iHoridj!.;.i-,s Mtaml .-..,,.., m*. a ,m ., Sabhaths
\uxili:ii>. Ji-wish \\u- Veteran* ... | ......, ( ;j,., ..,. ,, -,., r:il|-i<,_ ,,,...,, .,
I a < o in : ol \ i nin i i th an, Ho ,. ,, .., ,.. e
' ;in ; :I Sun la> : i ". n nnt i- for to m
in the Was I i an M nnic Hop. i klmm Sr i.
. SI 167th SI l IL'ian m
- io .. pai Bn in p si li nt, wil'
. 'it." meetln
0 Io. a! 1 >;. |i |
u \ thi i ivcck a: '
Vnrni ir '' ik Brow n 174: i '
-
kj ind VI I '
rice the port one |, .
ts at the \ H '-.',!
On Sundat Auxiliary pros-

: onr Frepilonm In!: v .
in, :v i :-: j m u; i ,;.
ihi Vote i i 11 ..
ru<
Vorth '! -re fl~7: On T n '
II .. ,
ll i ..,-. .. ..
11 >tal i
tereil fi I :i i
i I i ;. hi the cere
' I I- a i antata entitled, ';
- Tree ol In
Rel "io School i I
'' r the din c-1 >n nl
I......sky, will su
.....
- i i \ is in >; thi
itioi al din i tor Mi. I' nan I
"ec'.er.
oa i '" 'i'. a
I bj her n mhrn attend*
irtei y part n nt mi el
\ Tth Miam Beach
ic imt! K. Franxblau l*".: Will
a in nt breakfast mi otin
id post members al the Copper
y !'.' staurant of Hollj wood
w.-st M*aml W8: On Sundaj
etl -} inlor n i ision w i'l ho >l
, i> for paralyze t veteram at
Vl ti van- Hoi Ital at 2 p m
Sunday morning, Tuesday, the
ett Junior Division will h>M
i
fo'.lowins sturii nbs v il '
I nsi crated by Rabbi Eugene
' al iritual leader ol the
. I.. pic:
Steven Bernard; Paul Bettan,
" -tii Borowsky, Rebecca Bramels-
ter, Hekli Buskey, Jeffrey Buskey,
Gregory DeGorsky, Debra Dunn.
Michelle Dunn, Andrea Goldman,
Fllen Goldstein, Lawrence Good-
man, Jeffrey Gottfried, Noil Gott
DSpitfl .if' I-.i.i-,- ol
Point Ka-( 08: On s
m- ore'i lent V ra K i ;->i
ilunl -.] n cl -,- ,
nl ins I i id iki il the
mi nt's Sundat qua
tin i M in lav, I'n \ wll"
ho'd i bin n -< meeting in Poin
l'.i-i Clnh House at 8 p.m. During
the rtav Mv\ will be in charge ol
the Point i"i'i complex's Boutinjue
Sh.' :,~ '''' ;1 ':l' tund- fried. Ga^GrTmbau, Jeffrey Haas,
-.u-m.. program. 0 lstave na,4l.n. Maurice Heiblum,
Harry H. Cohen 7W: Jan -'>! Mark Hubachman, Brett Ka Ian
l and p.m. a game part> .\iu:\in Kai/.
wll I Iv'l at the Hebrew |
ke Fale in downtown Coral Home for the Vged Refre<-hmnt Atao Michael Kcttenbaum, Seth
.- On Tuesday and Thursday, wi be and gifts t-ih. :\'stenbaum, Aaron Kramer,
t'a chairman. Jerri Bartlett "ted. Mrs, Lillian Ke\w is chair. Saiwla Kurtz. John Lehr. Nicholas
-l,,.-. for patlenU at the Vet- man of i ie-t. A i...... Mllov, Evic Nelson, Jill OUver,
. Hospital At 8:15 p.m. onUnd ixi'iar i -ial will b. held l>iett Paul, Robert Rudn.ck. Jackie
n the auxiliarx-will hold i l "" Washington Federal Schneider, Steven Silvers. Adri
,, I,,.,,,... (.tins il thi v nan-ly Is'e on Sun*i> t 7:H tnn, Shi ilman, Steven Silverman.

.f >.i Stanle- Go!!.
-.m. Th nine will be an M Keith Stone, Jeffrey VVeisberg,
,, si ;ir" -' i i."'\ -M'-i Steven Weisberg, Milton Zak
Murrav <.it.mon *!*:<: Auxlia i Zaiesky. Lawrence Zanas
.. ]..! On Mon SewYorl .vho h hw nr'l.v Bonnie Zane.____________
hospital chal'"mai Ste'la ii In -' \r\ for tv<\r\ yca>
led y S in, ,, ; \ .. has i......
.. [hi norta ei h ne I chairman Salve ;: in i i
y |, i i, i|nl ,.'.,i
Ki : ii'"
. a ^ ioi ),
or patient at \'<'
I .. '
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M. 15. Sinners
To Celebrate
20th Year
(ionsecration Sen ices
\i Tifereth Jacob
On Friday, Rahhi Nathan Zolon-
i, k \': : i ii luct the inn ial
al nil sen iee at Toi
rre-Her.t hei a->\ :.;,., jat.( ,, .,, Hialeah.
Miami Bea
- i under the
: !!> ii'ia--
S M lax are: ''
\. I r B. I""i- 'nia-i ''
li iVan 'I'l -ii
: Moum v. \ ,;si '' '' '
I .-., annix-e \>- u .rrowlt* B82. and FI n c
,., ,, .,. s it th U-' I nl. David M.in-is ?.
Be ii i A litorium.
HighUffhting the | ei formances
hi i\i ic cola it sopi
e Byrum, formerly with the
tan my. Miss
ired with
Poeree "n Ml n Be i "h an I this
:: a| : eared with the Mli
i era Guild in the leading
era "Martha "
The program will also Include
the nor Robi rto Camunas, who
.,- .i eared at ti><' Radio City
. sic Hall and Canni gic H->'- '"
Sew York; Igor Renko baritone,
I :, m ami Ba Quartet,
..:. (Maim Rose as narrator.
I .units will be Hi ten 1'rcii-
an and Kay Seatok.
. ach year the Singers donata a
,.iM,nii ot the.i proceeds t' char-
ind this :' ir' nci rt is under |
sponsorslii i of the Mizrachl
Women's Organization ol Ann
Tirkfts may be obtained by con-
tacting Nathan Auerbach, >>i it
:he Mizrachi office at 420 Lincoln
Rd.
Noted Kabbi At
Temple Sholom
Rahhi Morris N. Kert^er of Wv-
erdale, NY. and author of thi
best-aaHav 'What Ls a Jaw?" was
euest speaker at Temple Sholom
Sunday.
Rabbi Kertzor has visited Is-
raet Ruwia and the Or.ent and
has lectured throucbout America
on the theme of "Jewisil Identity
Following the religious service
conducted by Rabbi Morris A
Skop and Cantor Jaeoh Ren/er
Leonard Cole. Men'f Clh presi-
dent, eenducted an api-n for am
discus &ion.
The follow n I
nsei ated I lillei y Adi' i n, "i
i raig Auerl ach, J
| i I,, Mitrani and Mai k
Great Artists
Series
of
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
presents
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MelropoJildM >/>'' a
l.niilm1-: IVikh
and
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(lonifiii liny '"*"
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f'Jenisti ftvridUan
Friday. January 26. 1973
The Farband Labor Zionist Alliance recently
vc:ed to give its full support to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF
campaign. Shown crre members of the Far-
band committee tor the 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
paign (from left): Oscar Shapiro; Joseph P.
Zuckerman, chairman; Mayshie Fiiedberg;
Morris Honigbaum, honorary chairman;
Bernard Gingold, honorary chairman; Isi-
dore Lederman; Jack Filosof, honorary chair-
man; Joseph Reminick, Sam Berke, Herman
Kass and Abraham Fraidlin.
Long-time members of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
at the annual mid-winter petite luncheon which was held
last Wednesday in the Friedland Ballroom. From (left to
right) Mrs. Jules P. Channing, Mrs. Harry Millman and Mrs.
Jack Taylor look over the program which honored life mem-
bers of the Sisterhood. The highlight of the afternoon was
the presentation of "This is our Life" by Dr. and Mrs Irving
Lehrman. Mrs. Max Dinisman was chaiiman of the day.
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, president, presided.
Leaders of the Hebrew Academy Women's
annual "Binyan-Brick Luncheon", sched-
uled March 27 at the Eden Roc Hotel, are
shewn at a meeting held in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Adler. From left are
Mrs. Adler, president; Mrs. Bernard Edel-
stein, cochairman; Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
chairman of the board; Mrs. Moreno Habif,
cochairman. and Mrs. George Feldenkreis,
chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Fredric Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D.
Kaplan admire the painting by artist Douglas Robinson.
The event was the successful one-man art show j.^id at
Temple Emanu-El's Pearlman Mural Room, Jan. 11-15. Mrs.
Miller and Mrs. Kaplan were cochairmen.
Final plans for the Labor Zionist AUiance-
Pioneer Women Israel Dinner of Stats,
which launches the 1973 Inaugural Con-
ference of State of Israel Bonds, were made
last week at a planning session. The dinner,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark of
Miami Beach, will take place Fsb. 3 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Attending the meeting
were (left to right )Moe Levin and Mrs. Har-
riet Green, dinner chairmen; Jack Filisoff.
host committee chairman; Mr. and Mrs.
Newmark, and Sam Feinstein and Mrs.
Sarah Brenner, hosts.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Dh
tees and Pacesetters were honored a', the Lion c
brunch last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lec:.-rd Frie lend.
Women's Division vice president for campaign. M
of the pacesetter-trustee committee are shown al : .- 'is
they planned the brunch (from left) Mrs. Else Boner.- Mis.
Leonard Friedland, Mis. Moiton Silberman. Mrs. Harry A.
Levy, Mrs. Richard Levy, chairman of the commit:-.- and
Mrs. Samuel Adler. The women are wearing the Lion of
Judah pin which is presented to Women's Division TV s-
tees (gifts of S5.000 and over to Federation's annua' CJA-
IEF campaigns) and pacesetters (gifts of S1C.000 an 1 >ver).
Historical Background On
Important Issues In The News
I 973 Jeutah Telegrnpl Ic Agency)
I
i
With ill the lontinuii g specula-
tion thei Martin
ad, it i- i.i Interesl to
i
Boi mann joiro 1 the Nazi Pai ty
in 1923 at th 25 Bj I
he v is ehlel of staff to Hit lei
deputy Rudoll Hes
In January 1012. Bormenn was
given control over all laws and
directives issued by Hitler, includ-
ing the directives of the "Final
i .. the destruction of j
tin j wsl in all oi Hitler's E irope
: tatives pa'-'.
Hie notoi mii- Warn Confi i nee
Alien (1 tail of the "Flna
linn" m ere detei mini d ind at a
fi i nee in March 1942 that
dealt Mith the fat of Jewish pai
in i- in mixed marriages and theii
offspring
nann himself took nan in
the discussions which led to the
0,00 i Jews from Vi-
enna to Poland and signed th
order ot October 1942 in which he i
declared the.t the elimination of
Jews from Greater Germany could
be solved only by applying "ruth-
'''--" forci in the -;> cial camps In
ii Easi '
' lulj I"'-' he I'"- -neit an
ordinance withdrawing Jews who
he jurisdic-
tion of th i com i- and pla them
under the Ion of the I Sea-
VI the war. O named
Bormann as on ol thi ci ntral
ol fivi re il tors"
alone .viih Hitler, Hin nle G ieb-
i i: i h. Me was looked
on as the "Grey Eminence of the
Third Reich" and was senten sd
to death in absentia by the Inter-
national Military Tribunal at
Nuremberg,
Dr. Lawrence Krasne, 1972 international president o: the
Alpha Omega Fraternity of North Miami, and Mrs. Krasne.
stand next to a bust of David Ben-Gurion in the Diplomat
Hotel, during the recent Alpha Omega Convention in Israel.


Friday, January 26, 1973
* Jewish fhrkiian
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ligious School of Tempio Fmanu- I
El and is a seventh grade student'.
brate his Bar Mitzvah during Sab-
bath services aturdaj Jan 27 al
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Ion Kaplan
Mark Frumket
SUSAN SII.VKR
daughter <: Mr. an i Mrs.
H Si r. wi b ea led to
; h as a Bat Mitz\-ah on
I ."< nlng, .' i" 26, at Tern-
I -.M.i! u! North Dade.
at Ida Fisher. At his sixth grade,
graduation, Ian won the Leroy D.
Pienberg Award for "outstanding
achievement and citizenship,"
first place In the American essay
contest, the scholarship award, bi-
lingual award, and the safety pa-
trol award for the best member.
The celebrant Will be honored.
"*ith a reception at the~ri*>n Roc
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- Hotel. Fan's grandparents Mrs
vyn B. Frumkes ol 3601 N. Pros- rv,n'"1 Mend U and Mrs. Ti'lie
port Dr., is a seventh grade stu- Kaplan win attend.
lent at Carver Junior High School.
He is a rirst lass Sc ail n
"' Troup 64, and is in the s
Order of the Arrow He is also a
-tudenl in th.> seventh gra le a<
the T, mple Israel Religious S
Mr. and Mrs Fru hosi
a luni iii on reception in hot
their son at the Coconut
Hotel.

MICHAEL ROYCE
The Bar Mitzvah of Michael
Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Royce 7535 SW 117th St.. will be
LESI.Y KI.AISMVV
Lesry Vnn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Edward Klatisman, will ob-
serve her Bat Mitvzal
Tot ;' Co......i on F
ening, Jan. 26,
An honor roll stud nt. Les'>
Ann is in 'ho seventh
John F Kennedy Junior High
School, and is now a member of
the Torah class of the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious Sen
Mr arid Mrs. Klausman
i- in thi- ninth prade ti i i, *"" nn(| Mrs- Klausman \ ii
- f KenneH JuioTHig'h ^V^B^SSffoSSS U"* ** ''' "" '
and .- a stuoVnt in the X Congrega- Snabba1 ,.'nli,, ,..
Sinai l: li ;io .- School. She Vr,,n- guests will be her grand
b r ol Young .' idi a an I
i .. pie Sinai Youth Choir,
i- also on the staff of The
F at JFK and i- an honor
> and also belongs to the
Michael is in the seventh grade Parents. Mrs Roe Kirshner and
at Gulliver Academy and has at-
tended Beth David Hebrew School
foi four years.
Mr and Mrs. Irving Klausman,
LEGAL NOTICE
Mr and Mrs. Royce will honor
F readier- of America She their son at a reception in their i
a-.-t- at the Highland Oaks Fie- home. Among guests will be the!
ntarj School where she works celebrant's grandparents, Mr. and
tii, younger students. She [Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, Mrs. Ben
Rothberg and Nat Boxer.
the piano and paints
Out ol town guests attending the
l Mitzvah will be her maternal
Imother, Mrs GokHe Gladner.
uffalo, N'.Y.
* -it
MAKK FRIMKKS
Mark Irwin Fnimkes will cele-
"fr
ii
IAN KAPLAN
Ian Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morton Kaplan, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 27. at
Temple Fmanu-FI.
Ian attends the afternoon Re-
Question Box
B\ K \BBI SAMUEL J. FOX
\\h\ is It customary for a
lew, vvhen writing a letter t<>
refer t" the date in re|M-<-t to
the particular ix>rti>n of the
Bible which U read that Week
(e.g., the third da> of the week
i.l the portion fethro)?
a practical viewpoint this
a means of keeoln the Jew
. I with the Holj Scri itures
as possib
leneral idea was that the
j. i ..!- his identit) to thi setip-
which erve is the do
: the covenant between the
. htj and the Jewish people
Ii thi evi run.: services the
pi ires were ieferred t" as
Life" and the "Duration of
: the Jewish people.
Actually, it is the scriptures
| ive the Jewish people thi Ir
identity, their spring-
! of hope and their security
future The ideal was
! erj Ji w In. ilvi I
; scriptures das and n
: the daily praj mtain
uojj suofiejonh jo isoq
t u r e s
TWO THIRD century lead
< >-k'ts have been discovered bj
workers at a JernaalAni building
Kite. The caskets, decorated with
engravings of the goddess MJn
ir\.i, gorgon*. and cheruh*.
Here fuiind in a tomb hewn out
<'l rock on a hillside near the
Holy land Hotel. Archaeologists
t>t the (io\eminent Anti(|iiities
Department are cteanlni and
rvaminmi the caskets, one ot
Hhlch was gatsgod. Th<- other
one was found still scaled and
in uoocl condition.
Additionally, the reference to;
scriptures In Ihe course of writing;
a letter brings about an almost
continuous involvement with scrip-
tures on the part of the Jew.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.IN PROBATE
No. 7?.185!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RFV Kxtate ,.f
FANNY W AMI
Peof'.isfil.
NOTICE ;v herehv Riven that hav
filed :i Final Report and Petition for
Distribution ana Final DlM'ham at
Rxecutrlx of Ihe estnti ,,f Fannv
\V;iiik. deceased: and thai on I
day ->f February 1973, will apply t<>
the Honorable Circuit Judges ,>f Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as BxecutrlJ of the
estate of the above-named ,1, I- n i
This :'3 day of Januai y, 1973
MlltlAM IVOLK
RICHARD I KROOP
Attorney
I to Um !" Road
Miami Beach, Florida
i :; 5/2-9-16
ROSENSTEIN
IMn.. B< I Mlam passed
:, v\ .,\ Janu ,' > Slu I'iimt hei e lh
v. ,, ,,^.. from ^ DC
ii ... usband
Julius, i ugh' Hell Abl
,.f St I-oiii* Park, Mini. Three
Urnthers, C'olen S m W
UK I I -'
I I iicarua Sheni I V.i
l--iv, i nli i aplii
Kaufman Ad i
Id a< li and Hilda M
K Mil llea i Kuril
Mi Roseiistell
mi ml : and .. U> p In tl
. thi Aited She ni
e prei ihe Hi i *
, lliv
i ui meml it
and past president I mei
h National Fund SI a* on
thi exi utlvi hoard i '/ ,,.. mln t Ti n li In- ii u HI A
lii, mi li-Mvta of
lleai'l I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai1
the unclerslirned, deslrlnx to encase In
buslnesti under the fictitious name ifi
M.\ltV>l.iI.\ FASHIONS at L'"U N.W.
l Avi Miami, Fla. Intend n
ter -.lia i.iTii, uitli the Cleric of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
MARI \ ANTl >X1 \ RI'IZ
OIX2A HERNANDEZ
1 _,; 2 2-9-16
NEUWIRTH
. |. ., Kederal Sal In** S '"
. Miami He >
.( ;h, I'nlvi tt.
where hi wa mi ml
Tui K "'* "" W"
, Th, |..l. i in." Itar
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-1736
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
li Ki Tl Mai I iasre <:
,11'ANA SI 'AREZ. ifi and
I .> i.\| I N'l ii St 'AREZ. husband
ti i >.Mi voi i sr \i!i:z
nown
\, ,|- VRE HEREBY notifii that B
.... i, nyolul on of Man
i riled Rgainel you. and v. u
.,., hen bv n quired in rve
. nnswi r or other Pleading t"
ihe Pet i l n the Wlfe'i .....',
I ESTER ROGERS ESQ.. whose ad-
,!., .. ,. ii \ w 17th Avenui Ml
Fii '.'"! mt ','- ?;fc
ii, .1 with Ihi Clerl hi above l
. url "i befon '; -' "'
M ,,-,.i., is: .i Di fault ;'l be en- .
pan ;- -' ttay of Jan 1973
RK-HARP P BRINKER.
Clerk i < 'h- '" '" "urt
BY R K SHEA
(Circuit i" Seal)
s-----
u .'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3'9
FRANK B. DOWLINC
In RE Estate of
BERNARDJ KATZ
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Htor* and AH Person* Hav-
Aicalnsl Said
l
Seu-wiVlh" i{ "2"
'
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Announcement
Because of heavy increases in all departments of
our operation, we have been fotced to make a modest
adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
sub-
i
effective Sept. 1, 1972 are $8 00 for one years
scription and $15.00 for a two-year subscription.
T. All
,. cialmi or Demands
ereb>.....titled and reotiir
.,., ... i nm lalm* md demands
vou mav 1 .,'''",
of BERNARD J KATZ n--------ert
,,f nade Countv Florida lo the
, .. .u,.w of Dadi i ounty, and
file th.' same In duil .-ate al d
' Florid
Ute In hell li the (
adar month* from ti
.... .. atlon
..,. w-i|| be barred
.,: Mlam Florida, ihl*
1
\- r>
First pub
i ii
H VRRY ZI-KERNICK
Rxet-U <
... '
M ..mi
noli,

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
The Jewish Floritlian
ISRAEL ?
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
QflZ SlXTEtX
1. N'amc the two newly i lected chief rabbis of I
2. Two former Aral-, villages wi re in the news recent
Their former inhabitants requested the Israel govi
to allow them to return. Nan th m.
3. For what majoi purpos are the funds ibtained throt
the Unit a Jewish Appeal used in Israi'
4. [s Israi : >:. Securitj i ol the U X
5. Name b Jewish holiday that i.~ not connected with I
I i rael?
6. What does 'Shivat Zion" mean?
7. What minerab a e found In the Dead S
8 What i- the Hebrew name for the Peal Sea?
9. To what ancient cities in Pali I tarm "Penta-
- refer?
10 Who conquered the '.and of Israel in 586 BCE? In 70 Cl '
Answers to the above questions will be found upside down
below. Eight r'njlit answers will Indicate a good knowledge of
Israel si\ questions answered eocrectlj is passing. Cheek the
answers to see how well you scored.
Ql'IZ SIXTEEN ANSWERS
ouioy jo snux 02. ut puu BHioi® > -zzaupBiinqaN ^i 3Ja 98S "I "i I
lU'j puu uoj>J3 uo^^q-v 'popqsv
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ji.i>II put: uiiurji "j
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Poge 14-C
MmM Fk*kto%r
Friday, January 26. 1973
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
c
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
Wf IMVITl 10U 70 SH OVK BKOHU MCMOtMIS BY GOfffMM.
MASTtK CtAfTSMtN IN SllVtt AND MONZf
MIAMI S MOST BEAUTIFUL. EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone 261-7612


Friday. January 26, 1973
Amist,fh, teflon
Page 15-C
County, Florida to the Circuit
ju.l*> "f Djwe County, ami file ihe
. dupllcati and as provided in
., lion 733 16. Florida Statutes, In
fflcei in Um County Courthouaa
[lade, County. Florida, within als
idar months from the time
DADE COUNTY0 FR
PROBATE DIVISION
vah TODD r.ii.K.M \\
^TJ/JANEHAU.COLUNa
ttalthnrv|lle ;.
VI II"
member ..t
ard of direc-
tory, past Ireaaurei
UI..I ,,aM chairman
of the Hi.us. Corn
mittee
FMiK'v","'"'' :' ':'"-'''"' Interm :
PLAGER. Clara Louise, 66. Gordo
Interment .\U \,.|,
RICHARDSON. Van, v U. ,,; f(, v .
Nidi [nilim.-ni .M, \,.),
AP,E1LfERG' '/"""- T- '-' MunC.
.Mi \'b WwB" Interment
"SffVEi':;:;.:
EKDOS. Frank R- ,;::, v..- .:..., 8t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FROBATE DIVISION IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN PROBATE
No 73-391
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I hM i|, n|
KL HOCHBEHG
used
i lorn and All Pel -..ii- 11 ,,
Iras .j Demands AicainM Said
ii are hi rebs not If I. .1
within mx alendar mo
'im of the first i.ui.i,
' am. uill be barti
pd at M ami, PI
"f Januart ad
I!
rlda, Ihli
973,
Genii .1 i-
_ As Administrator
First | in stlon nl tins
'. v "' Januai
b.iSEN A ICSSEN
''' Vdmlnistrator
"All .v i: Ida. Miami '' t ......
l :; j J-9.U
r"" In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
, WITNESS mr hand M H.......
'"', t Miami Florida on .his
i:< na\ o| .laniiarv, 1973
mm.
and 11.
' anj laim- and i|. manil*.
ii may have aaalnal th. *
I SAMl'EI. Him'HBERG d.
of Dade County, Florida
1 in uii '"..in 1, Prohati Dlvlt
1 di County, and flli thi -.,.. In
Ii and a.- ft. \ Idi m >. .....
Ii. 1 Ids Stai n'. |i i|
County 1 '.in 11 iiiisi 11 1 '.
Florida, Ithln .
fr. m thi tlmi of thi nl
1 1.
.1
it th.
sain.

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In

'
lid .1 M1..111.. Fk
ii. 11 \ A|i I ': :
I I I I HOCHBEHG
\- Administratrix
IHlldli .....1 ol M
Is Januai \. ";
KK*r RIEDMAN
. 1 llaxlei
' Admin'.sir.i' \
rl St reel
Miami I!, a.h. Florida
I .'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-108S
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE:
" m,irrlna*e of
JOHN li QUA* husband
and
MADELEINE lill.l. wife
' JOHN G GII.I.
7 South School Street
San Jonnuln. Lodl
California
Viif AUK HEREBY VOT1FIHD
-n for Dissolution of Mar-
tial boon filed amlnat you and
' u are icwuired to aorve a copy of
1 ur written defenses if anv. to tt
VKTHt'R H IJPBON', ESQ.. at-
-' fur Petitioner, whose address
Ocean Drive. Hallandala
U009, and file the orirlnni
the clerk of the abovi sts led
an on 01 before February si, 1973:
"is. a default will in entered
you for the reW'-f demanded In
molalnl 01 em hi ion.
otic* -hall be published ones
< for foui utlve wi. *.
mi: JEWI8II FIXMUDLW
it TVB88 niv hand and 'he seal
' in 1 at Miami FI01 Ida on
''1 rtai of lanuirv 197 I
RICH tRD P BRIVKF.R,
i 1 "lerk. Circuit i'"llrt
Dade Count' Fli da
By I. 8NEEDEN
a s Denut) "' rlt
I iUI -'.''
' I If I (PS) ,N
Pel 11
1 19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i 0------- ed d< urine to enitaite In
'I di r the fictitious nami 1 I
Art 1 amden d h a M W \.....n.....
[--' P n Box 339." Norland Branch.
PI 1 169 intends to realti r
'in vv Itti the 1 1. rk .,f ih. Clr-
uii ii" 01 Dadi County, Florida
It i 2-9-lfl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnl
ed distring to im.ua in
the fh tltioui ami f
R'CH Mtli p HI'I vici-it
A 1 'i. 1. Cleen'i r,...ri
I 1 ..I. 1 ,..,., I,. Flo-Ids
Itv I! M KIS-s-i-l.;
A 1'......iv Clcrh
I -.....I C...... s;. ,1 ,
. vss i-u'". ,\si IN
Alnstey Bldft .
Miami Florida 33182
Attorney f"i Pi [Itloner
1 L'li
: j-'i-k
um
IN THE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONETRUCTIVF SF1VICE
'NO PROPERTYi
r CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELF^FNTH IU D C I A I. CIRT' IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAr-E COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-1S4?
ACTION FDR RISSO' UTION
OF MARPIACE
I '' \''i \.;,: 1 .|-
m IMOTI,
1 el
' E UYIMOTI.
II VRI KNE O^ IMOTI
1 1 I', \ .. hi.
nki \ v
V foi D -.'in.....' Ms
heei filed acaln you d
"'" "1 ii nulri .1 i<. -um .1 opj .1
di if an; I II on
' Kos allot nc) foi I I 1
ddn -- is |ii| \\\ |2th Am nil-.
FI01 Ida and file Ih. nl
"" the clerk of the ah..-, nlvled
' "i before February 1973
a d. fault will be 1 mi 1
' >"ii for the relief di mended In
nl "i petition
"~ otli shall be published once
:. for fmir consecutive weeks
'ii: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
"'iVOis m\ hand and the seal of Statute*.
' "r' at Miami. Florida on this iv fourth
'" ifcJanusi v. 1H7J.
RTCHARD P. HRIVKKR.
' '!' ''I. 1111 '..in '
''"h County, Florida
"v <" i- 1 1 iPFfii AND
Km DeaaH) <"|erk
' "'' Court Beall
"ONE *, S08TCH1N
A ol Petitioner
*WbLW| Av*nu
Attoriiev

0
foi p, in loner
lln
huslne
UEGG \i: REt'ORDS .u B.tu.-, 1 ollins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida intend*
"' ri Risti said name uii I hi Cli 1 It
<> Circuil Court of Hal. Count'
i- orlda
ALSTON RAIR ENTERPRISES. INC
l'.\ Alston Hair
President
SHIRLEY WOOI.F
VII rnej fur
1 l.lniftii Road, Room 211
Miami Ii. 1 h. Florida
1 :' .' 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, deslrina I" enaaai In
hu-iin -- uinii 1 the fh lltlous name !
HI l:\i- REALTORS ai 151.-. VW Tt I.
Street Miami. Fla intends t" resrisfer
- 'I nil tt ith tin 1 "Ii rk ..f thi Cir-
cuit Court of Dadi County. Florida
REAL ESTATE RESEARCH A:
IPPRAISA1 CORP
l-\ Edward M Waronker, pres
1 :' ;' .'-!'-i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1345
GENERAL JURIDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Tl Mai 1 ia< M
BERNH \RD SCHREIBER, huahand
... .1
I.ESI BY SCHREIBER. ife
I". IIKRNH \i:l' SCHREIBER
1 Hardv .1 V. -
Man- Road
Stoi.....lii'Ul
YOC Ml-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal an I r Dl olutli.....f Mai -
' hi :!. .1 aitalni' you ami
\. 11 ii.ii' d In *en.....p) ol
|oUI iriltel :. 1......' '"I
VRTHCR II I IPStIN KSi.i
IVHII0111
ll.-i-al Drjvi u ; '
H e. Florli
il erk of the aliovi
....
efaull
lerinl 11 '
I
l>U
II
ntini w
tt ITNESS n
1
: '
RICH Ml I' I
I lit I
11 > s: : f 1 f n
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I.
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',
COUNTY JUDCE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY r' ORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 7.'-5580
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|..\Z \>:is \\ I'"' I- x' K
1 til !' ''
m '' ...in- ..' 1" mat ds Aaa
-'. I,' prebj notll I eoulred
hu-h vou ma; '..; '. .h
., : 1 AZARI'S W POLI \J
,-..1 lati f Dadi l"Ui l>
,\>ll\\ JUdtrs < I'-i'l'
,| ..,. :,. duolhati and
in Section 733 I* rj"
, (hell '- "I the '
11, 11.,.1. county
nl mtfitai ix iali
ih. lime nt 'I" '
,,( ,,r the -aim "ill l" hatred
Dated ." Miami, "orids
- N"SKT'poi^CK
As Executor
I this notlc......
11...
Sal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF- Tug
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OAoc rotiMTv c nniDA
PROBTF ni VISION
N-. 73-344
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RF '- ,.t
I t I IAN Gl '11 XI \N
" ...-,, I
To i" ', diti !- and mi p. rsi 1
-.. Claims 111 mands ,\i--.i" si
Est tie:
Von are hereby- notifli .1 .1 -.1 1. .
ou "-I ore..... any claims and d.--
mands tthich von may hat.....ain 1
Ihe stale of 1 11 1 i.\ v 1;( a ir>MA v
di. .- late of Dade C.....itv. Florida
th.- Circuil 'iid.i.s ,.f Dide Count v.
Florida and fill the same In dtin'l-
Itl -I .1- ni..\ Ided in Si', tioi
1 Sla'utes in in. .- offh es In
Ihi County Courthouse in Dade Com
' Florida within siv i-alendni
months from the 'inn- ..f the first
nl.Li .11 i..ii hereof, 01 the same will
h. Iwr-ed
Dated at >ll iml Florida, this Iv daj
"f Janua-v A l> Ift7fl
ESTHER o>i nvv.w
V Km Ilfrl'*
First publication of this notice en
1. i.'h dav of January, if"':.
CVpFX a- KEVINS
titornev foe
'" tati of tll.1 IAN GOODMAN
':'". Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami i:< ai h Florida
i :" .' 8-8-H
-.."I. Iniih-.il A
'In.' and Linda s. rvli were li.-ld
Fridaj at Temple Beth Sholom 4144
' haai Ave., Ml:., with intermenl at
Lakeside Memorial Park Ariaiiae-
ments by Riverside Memorial Chap-
el. 1930 Alton Road
SILVERMAN
Ernest Alexander, S6, ..f MB passed
away Friday, Januan IS He nas 11
28 year reldenl coming from \ Y.<'
He is survived b> a cousin, Bernard
Krelsbera Hi was a member the
Masons 1L1 Chapter 14 0 Presi-
dent of Ihe Community C.......rl Aa-
aoi lation .,f MB vice president of
ih. chamber Music Sonet> memlier
of Mam Temole He was a iuiIk.- in
the Silver Knlirhts a lieutenant In
s Navy and a member of the
n Set v hi- 11. re held
di
dale l.ak.s Kivi r
FISCHER. Badie, of M 1. R
ttermi in star of 1 >a\ Id
ii
the I
A merican I ea
Sunda> al River
in ntermi m nl
Pa>k.
S..-I \ II-.-s
ide 1 'ham
l-ik.snl,.
ROSCH
Mi- Sad e. Hi r M II ...
Snliirdai t'ann hen
fr in Brnnl |j Somi or Ihi
1 Ion* shi iv..- hi live In ai
used a vi.. v
rears aao

1 Nairn Berlin of Kronklvn. Hi l>n h
Ai adem.v v\" nn n In Miami Reai h.
Mlirachl Women. Jewish Nath
Fund. Israel B01 .1- Sistei......I of
Beth Tfllah Survived bj dauahters.
Mrs 1 'harli Iti Shalom of M II and
J'rs NVtili s--....... ||rk|vn
Mrs Netlii SI ipli 1 ol Urool
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DAOE COUNTY Ft ORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-63
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'., in.- Rotate nf
PATltniA RENEE SHACKELFORD.
11. ..,-, ,1
'.. A" Creditors and All Person" Hav-
.- Clalm*i or Demands Auainsl Said
K-- iti
You are hereby nidified and reoulred
'.. nresenl anv claims and demands
which vou mav have aealnat tin- es
lati of PATRICIA REVEE SHM'K-
l-:i I-"' IRD 'I- asi .1 late "f Dadi Coun-
\ F'orlda to Ihi Circuit Court of
. '..in iv. a mi file thi same In
iluplieatt and as provided In Section
1" l s; 1 tiiii s in tin Ir of-
1 1 ..ii'.' \ i'- nrMi''i--i- in
.'. ui.'v PI01 nla. Within si* .'!-
endai monthn lr in the time of the
milil i'on hereof m I same
u hi barn .1
Mi'.l 11 Miami pi.........
lav nf .filllll V, >l'
Wll I Ii: SH \CKE1 I"' HID
\ Administrator
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-r MICHAEL. Mrs Eilith. ".<-.. '.f Miami
Beach Itivei-i.le
SCHACK. Mrs SoldiIe '"I Rlvei l
SCHWARTZ. Frances D 72, uf 6271
Mnveh \ SI Rli. ralde.
URBINGER. Anna, 73. nf JJ01 Collins
Ave. Riverside
GRAND. I'.v. In, I-: 59, ,,( Miami
Beach Riverside
CROPPER. Isaai :'. nf Hollj n.....1
Riverside
BERKE. Mis Mary, of Baj Harbor
Islands lavilt
KIMBRIG. Jacob, t. of Hallandale.
Levitt
KOBRIN. Morris, S5, of Rockford, 111.
Rlversldi
2UCKERMAN. Matilda. HO, ..f 1027
Pennsylvania Ave Gordon Inter-
menl Star of David.
FREEDMAN. Paul. ." of :;: XK
ljtih St Hi vi raide
GOLDSTEIN. Cell. 69. of -:iiKl Collins
Ave. Riverside.
HIRSCH. Betty, "f R19S ''ollins Ave.
Riverside
laster. Benjamin, BS. of IS3s \-
llns Ave Newman,
LEDERMAN. Annie, 32. "f ii'"1 Penn-
sylvania Ave Riverside
LESHAY. Mar.. 21, Newman
LEVITES. Irrinft, 66, ..f 9XS Ocean
Dr Newman
fisher. Solomon, 61, Tonkers.
N Y Riverside
WEISS. Julius 69, of Miami Reai I
Riveraide Intt rment Ml vb
BESEN I'., iamin, 59, of 1630 Coral
Gati Dr Riverside
Cohen. David, '> ..f Miami Beach,
Klasii, ra
DORFMAN. 1 .'11. 2, 'd -'.M 1"
\\ 1 Rlvei side
GITLIN. i'.h I. 7' ..i 'II Espanola
w > Riverside
MEMORE. Max, H2. nl lii'l 1 I'-v roi \
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SCHWARTZ. Paul, Rl, ol N-
Miami Blasbi 1 r
WEINER. Sadii ,71 f 176" SW 1 th
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LAMKEN. I ill ill- s'.. ..1 Miami
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DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRF' 'MINARY CERTIFICATh OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
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FVTS SH 4.1.1 ''' >ME GREETINGS
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FI01 da: KENNETH M MY-
|i'S Mi: ml Florida DAVID S
K ENIN Ml um. Florida did on 'he
sth daj of N'om mhi i. AD, !'"' cause
to he incorporated undet the lav o
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nary, \ it. f>7l ..uf.- be rile.,
m ih.- ' of ti I" nartmeni ol
. ol tha state "f Florida, thi do.
umentan authority reoulred under
s........,- 7 Florida statutes, show.
Inn tin ili-s.ilution of Mich corpora-
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Hi nla. .- if bus).
, County in the
,1 where ,s such
ihe isth lav nf
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requirement, of th. Ia44 havi been
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GIVEN under mv hand
.ui.l th. Great Seal of
tin Stale "f Florida it
Tallahi....... 'I" Capital
thi. th. imii day "f Jan-
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RICHARD IPK'KI STONE
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SCHWARTZMAN. Mll'i.v "
Miami Bench Rlvei Idi Inti ri
Ml
SHORE. S..nun I. 7 1 S. Ul M mil
Uivi rsnle
FARBER. Harrs S of Mil
\ v. Riven
FISHER. I illian ol 1.1 M
Gardens I Riverside
GORDON Han y H.. 7". of
I*., a, Ii Riverside
IKENSON. M -
! i. II
SCHOTTER. Elsie. 77. ol Ml I It
Si Blni-iiera
WHITE. .In oh. '7 1
Terr Ni w
COHEN. 11. Ml, id Mlam* Ih I'
Riverside Intel tin in Ml Ni bn
DAVIS. Ai linn f of Mlam II
snh- Interment Ml Ni bo
GREENBERG. Sophie, 32, ol l
I \,'t
WFisBROT Marvin It. ol .1 SW
27th Ten Gordon Intermi nl
i.;,i .1
AMES. Fannie, 77. nf l"" Eduewater
In Ni w man
COHEN I. win .1 77. .-f 1-'"" West
Ave. Riverside
,.f GOLDBERG. Benjamin, '.7. of ,
Collins Am Blasbem
GOLDBERG. Jacob s7. ..!' 77:" Col-
Una Am Blasbi ri
kurtzbard. Abraham. 7s. of 7.::.
Ntt 77th Terr Rl> ersldi
WINTER. Herman. S. of 2233 \"E
172nd Si \. wman
WASSERMAN. Isad.t. 7V nf >""
tt'.-st \ v. Riveraidi Inlet mi nl
ML Nil'"
01 ASSNER. l.....h s:l. of 14"". Ntt"
7th si Gordon. Intermenl ML
Nebo
FRISCO. Samuel. -. ... Miami
lav lit
RABINOWITZ. Sylvia. 74. of M |:
Levitt
SILVER. Isadore, 79, of M 1: ruv, .
side Intermenl Mi Sinai
altman. Saul, 71. of M I: River-
side I11. -ni. 1 t si.11 nf |) .1
BARANOFSKY. M ,. ,.,
Stt 145th Ave XaranJ .
BARNES. Emai ui I. !>n 114 XK
St \'.'\\ man
BLUMENTHAL. fjerthn w of V
V'lllllKe Rivet side I i
Mt Nebo
GIRARD. Di Joseph M 2121 s ,v
-7th Ave Riterside
KOONAN. At lla V 0\ of \| |:
Riveraide
LITSTADT Satnu. I v;.
lai Ave M U Riverside
Malbin Isidore I. 7_ r-- v :
lbstli Si lllasl
SCHOENBERGER. El David. 7:
222 sw isth Ave 1: don
SEIDLER. 1; ,, '-:i.; \ |.; |s |,
*ve N.M H Rlvi -
SHUSTIK. Joseph 71 ..;:,-
Ave.. M H Vein
SILVERMAN. Ahlam, 72. |J foil .
Ave M II Gordon
ALTSCHULER. Isado -
H.I MB 1 v '
BERKOVITZ. Bel man, f Nn
Miami Rlv. rsldi
DE' MAN. Ben, 71 ;.",i II. v I y
Blasbera
EBEn. Ra r M.I liivt-rsl.li
CORDICH. Tim S\V 21 si
Terr, i iordon li lerment Ml. .';
katz. Mai ,. id Miami Rl
side.
KRUGLAK [da. >f M.B Rh -' -
side Interment Ml Nebo
LAUFE. Ethel T 7". uf Sui ft I.
Riverside
MARCUS, Gene, of M.B Riveratd
PEARLENE. Edward. : ...... Mel
Av, xi B Blasbera.
RUBENFELD. Rea-lna 7t -." Col.
lins Ave M B, Newman
seplowitz, Abraham. M, "t XI >
Riveraide.
shantzis. Isadora. s' M B.
Riverside Intermenl Mt SI H
STOTLAND. .Max. M, l">" NE ISIflt
si Gordon,
WEINSTOCK. Maim v .... Jfl South
Shun- Dr.. M.B Blasbera
weisgold. Joseph, 7*. 'I'M ii Riv-
erside Int. rment Mt Ni bo
wiEZENTHAL, Esther. L 116 C -
lins A vi M B Gordon.
wohl. Rosi i sw 17th <'
Gordon
ATKINSON. A.Ilia. 71. ''-':' Altol
M B. Vi-" man
COLE Robert, 36, 15401 stt R3rd
t t. Riverside.
faerstein. Simon, of XI i: I evlrt.
FENYO, Elsie, 7".. 24.17 Stt latr, St
Gordon Intel metil Star nl Da\ id
FISCHER. Ill ll .m II 7". 77"- i '
Blvd M H Blasbera
FRIEDMAN. Abraham A 30, M U.
Riverside
GOLDFINGER. Am .. l*8."d \"!
18th Ave \' M l< R|4' 'side.
GO. DSTEIN. Celia 72. of S M ft.
Riven Ida
GOOD. \ i.i 63. of Sobrina Oord
NEWALK. Ja. k Joseph, >
lln rslde Intermenl Star o '' '
reichenthal, Martin. 71
u Dlxli II" v V M B Rivi
rosenthal. i.i na, N M B.
I V II
WALLER. V .'hat. nf M.B Levitt
WEINSTOCK Barney. 50 S Shora
I n M II II ashl i i:
BLAHA. Sin'.' S "'-. of M Nl -
| Mt Ni in.
BLUGERMAN. S'orma 31, 631 P\S
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DOEPFLER. I il'iw iR,
SI R i vei
FEIN Ihi k '--' tt'ef
LAVITT. S
N v.
am M B.
of Miami
74. 1
SCHF.INERT. s
:: v Hurls i Di Goi
SOREF. ph lln, 7!. I" l
- tl It Itlnshera Interment Mt
Sins
tt FJNE1 Rose A iGordot
\t i: Kiv i i -ah Interment Ml
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WEINGARTFN. Hllld i s,. i .
\. .. \l" Rivet
3EC.KER. I', lla. 7: nl M B B bi rg.
BLECKER. I- .a- \ II P -
Vve MB Rh eraide
'IWIDER. i,. .a vi 1: 1 .
COOPER. Joseph, 7", "i Sui I
Rlvei
ENr.E' thraham, -'. nl Miam
!',. .I.
GOLDMAN, i I..-." 'I' 7 '
ii.,- \v i .m n v.- in
GROSS Charles 76, 5501 Cnlllnf Av .
vi I'. V.-vv Mian
HYMES. Sally. 72, 13941 Collins Vv
M It Uiv erside
KAPLAN. Nathan 7s. i.......'.llins
tvs M It Rlvi rslde
LEVINE Ida s7 ,,f M R Rlvi I LISSAUER. Frank, M. 1524 Kin ltd
m m i: Blasbera.
Michaels. Harry, 74, ol X M R.
Levitt
mintz Gussie, ii. 940 Ocean Dr.,
M B ltlash.ru
NEWMAN, into II \| ai M fl
Riveraide
ROFFELD. Marti 77. of M It Ul. I -
side Interment -Ml Vebn
ROSE. Samuel, HO, 69 Pan v.. dome.
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Friday, January 26, 1973
COME TO OUR CELEBRATION OF SAYINGS & VALUES!
*.
HUE
We honor our Founder by honoring you with
extra savings in every department!
DELMONICO*
STEAKS
TOP U.S. CHOICE
WESTERN
TOP US CHOICE- WESTERN
Rib Roast center am
$129
1
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
Rib Steaks
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
_____TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF MT^fe #
W Chuck Roast .79
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, JANUARY 28f
AT ALL FOOD FAIR ft FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
START SAVING MERCHANTS GREEN
STAMPS & GET BEAUTIFUL GIFTS/
OUR FIRST STORE WASN'T A SUPERMARKET
IT WAS A MEAT MARKET. OUR FOUNDER WAS
A BUTCHER. WE HAVEN'T FORGOTTEN THAT
BETTER MEAT BETTER TASTINC BETTER PRICE
IS AN IMPORTANT REASON FOR OUR SUCCESS
SAVE 24'
ON
2 ROLLS
JUMBO
ROLL
CORONET
DECORATOR
TOWELS
.. eCb mBr
640Z.
JUG
WISK
LIQUID LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
U

99
REGULAR
OR
ELECTRA
PERK
MAXWELL
HOUSE
COFFEE
LIMIT 2 ROLLS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT ONE JUG. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOUNDER'S WEEK SAVINGS ON FINE GROCERIES!
ALL PURPOSE
WESSON OIL
24-OZ.
.. BTL.
LIMIT ONE BAG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASti
OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
GA. FLA. GRADE A
SavE Jc P p BRAND
Waffle Syrup
24 02
Bit
DELECTABLE
44c Mott's Apple Nectar
quart ^rc
BOTTLE
25
LEG OR
BREAST
QUARTERS
FRESH
ICED
GA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FLORIDA JUICY THIN SKINNED ^^ m i ^p^ fGA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH l<
ORANGES 10 49C I fryer .Ports

SNAPPY STAIKS -- SWfcfcl fcAIINO .
Garden Fresh Rhubarb lb 39 Red Delicious Apples 8 -' 69
SAVE UP TO Uc AU BEEF SL'CED ^av I0< All FLAVORS
Oscar Mayer Bologna 8.oz wr. 55 Master's Oips.................... 29'
SAVE 18:-AMERICAN KOSHER \7 01 OAc DEnCiOuS \$Ql Mf%c
Franks or Knocks.............pkg. 89 Master's Sour Cream ..... [J 43
SAVE 30c P.P BRAND LIMIT 6,PLEASE; SAVE 10c FROZEN Chicken beef tube
Frozen Orange Juice... 6 cans 99e Banquet Pot Pies 5**' 89'
ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS. MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
ALL LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER. IN OUR MODERN BAKERY.
SAVE 40c IB DELICIOUS LEAN SAVE 16c PICKVv ICK OVEN FRESH
Cooked Corned Beef TER S9e English Muffins 4 $1
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
HIGH LINER FILLETS
Flounder, Sole
12-OZ.
PKG.
P. P. BRAND OVEN FRESH
SAVE 10'COPELANDS
mmm kV A ^pi v^ ^*
. ww ALL t MEAT | cm .K9
M 1^ 12-OZ. PKG.
FAMILY
FAVORITE
35'
I LB 4-OZ.
LOAF
SAVE 10 -REFRESHING BEER
Old Milwaukee
12-OZ.
NO RETURN
BTLS.