The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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University of Florida
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Vietnam Peace May Be Harbinger For Mideast
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA WuMhlngton Bureau Chief
WASHINGTON (JTA) In
important aspects, the U.S. gov-
ernment followed political prin-
ciples and philosophy in nego-
tiating the agreements to end
the war in Vietnam that it has
espoused for settling the con-
flict in the Middle Kast. Ob-
servers therefore saw in the
details of the Vietnam agree-
ment the seeds for success in
the animosities between Arabs
and Israelis.
A major element in the Amer-
ican position in Vietnam, as in
the Middle Fast, is its con-
sistent adherence to the prin-
ciple of non-imposition of polit-
ical solutions on other i>eople
by any form of coercion, military
or otherwise. This was outlined
on Jan. 24 by Dr. Henry Kis-
ssinger, who bore the burden of
the long negotiating process
with the North Vietnamese.
Dr. Kissinger said in relation
to the Vietnam agreement on
the right of the South Vietna-
mese people to self-determina-
tion: "The significance of this
part of the agreement is that
the United States will not lm
pose any political solution on the
people of Vietnam. The United
States has consistently main-
tained it will not im|x)se a co-
alition government or a dis-
guised coalition government." In
effect, Dr. Kissinger said what
Nixon and Secretary of State
William P. Rogers have long
been saying: that it is up to the
parties in the Middle Kast con-
flict to reach an agreement and
the major powers must not im-
pose one.
Inasmuch as the Israeli gov-
ernment has frequently signified
its desire to negotiate with the
Arab leaders, the U.S. principle
of non-im|x>sition and negotia-
tion, was seen as bearing down
on the Arab states, primarily
Egypt which is balking on even
entering talks for reopening the
Suez Canal as a start for an
overall settlement.
Other points by Dr. Kissinger
on Vietnam that may relate to
Continued on Paee 9-A
T Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I
Volume 46 Number 5
Miami, Florida Friday, February 2, 1973
Three Sections
rVice 25 cents
Soviet Publication
Indicates Head Tax
Law Here To Stay
Defense Department Repudiates
Gerald L. K. Smith Program
NEW YORK (JTA i Ob-
servers here said on Jan. 21 that
the Soviet Union apparently has
no intention of rescinding the
eduation head tax levied on emi-
grants with academic degrees.
They suid this was indicated by
the first official publication in
Moscow this w ek of the diploma
tax law adopted last Aug. 3
and the regulations governing
the scale of payments which
have been in effect since Dec.
26, according to a report pub-
lished in the JewLsh Telegraphic
Agency Daily News Bulletin
Jan. 12.
The observers said that as
long as the law and its attend-
ant regulations remained un-
published, Soviet authortiies
could have cancelled it without
loss of face. Publication now
Seems to indicate that the Krem-
lin does not intend to back
down in face of widespread
criticism of the ransom tax"
abroad.
The lag in publishing the scale
of payments until now was seen
as an indication that until re-
cently Soviet authorities were
undecided as to what that scale
should be. But late last month
Deputy Interior Minister Boris
Shumilin announced through
Novosti, the Soviet external
news agency, that the scale
would decrease proportionately
with the number of years the
holder of an academic degree
has worked in his field. He also
said that pensioners and dis-
abled veterans would be ex-
empted.
The regulations published in
Moscow indicate that the school
from which an emigrant re-
ceived a diploma also has a
bearing on the size of the tax.
The highest tax is demanded of
graduates of Moscow University,
the Soviet Union's most pres-
tigio institution of higher
learning. Among specialized
schools, graduates "i music con-
servatories and other advanced
Schools in the arts and letters
are required to pay a higher tax
than graduates of teachers col-
and law schools.
In Washington. Sen. Henry M.
Jackson iD-Wash.i served no-
tice on the Soviet Union on
Jan. 25 that the recent pub-
lication in Moscow of the reg-
ulations governing the education
head tax applied to Jewish and
other emigrants, will not deter
the sponsors of the Jackson
Amendment to the East-West
Trade Act.
WASHINGTON (JTA> De-
partment of Defense Informa-
tion administrators repudiated
Friday a program featuring
Gerald L. K. Smith, the profes-
sional anti-Semite and racist.
w hich had been broadcast over
the arm.si forces network Jan.
i: I they also reported that
the New Jersey Council of
Churches, which had been i<-
sociated with the program, had
directed its producer not to use
the council's name with his pro-
ductions.
The Armed Forces Radio and
Television Service had picked up
the broadcast, prepared by Mu-
tual Broadcasting System in co-
operation with the council's ra-
dio and TV department, and
transmitted it to its 492 radi i
and television stations serving
some two million American mili-
tary and civilian personnel. Mu-
tual had broadcast the pro
Ct it
Groups Demand Probe Of
Defense Department
NEW YORK i JTA Two
major national Jewish organiza-
tions have reacted strongly to
a disclosure by the JTA that
the Defense Department's
Armed Forces Radio and Tele-
3 Social Service Agencies
Compromise On Grants
WASHINGTON! JTA >
Three Jewish social service
agencies in Greater Washington
and the area's Health and Wel-
fare Council have reached a
compromise over non-Jewish
minority representation on their
hoards under which the three
agencies will continue to receive
siants from the community-
wide United Givers Funds, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency was
informed.
The HWC, which disburses
funds collected in the UGF cam-
paigns, had notified the Hebrew-
Home for the Aged, the Jewish
Social Service Agency and the
Jewish Community Center they
would lose grants from the
United Givers Fund if. by next
Sept. 1. at least 20 percent of
their boards were not Blacks or
Spanish speaking individuals.
During 1972. the UGF contrib-
uted S399.693 to the three Jew-
ish agencies, whose budget to-
talled $4,596,000. most of which
comes from the local United
Jewish Appeal.
The settlement was reached
(Continued on Page 12-A)
U.S. Jewish Community To Be Strong
Influence on American Moral Values
PALM BFACH A prediction
that U.S. Jews will "grow and
flourish as a religious com-
munity" and by the 21st century
will be having a "strong and
beneficent influence on Amer-
ican moral values" was made
Sunday by the new chancellor
of The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America.
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen of New
York, named recently to be the
fifth academic and executive
head of the 87 year old center of
Conservative Judaism, told more
than 250 nationally prominent
Jewish leaders that "a main
reason for confidence in the
U.S. Jewish future was the in-
creasing nativism of the Jew Wl
community's leadership lay
and rabbinical and the highly
oev eloped indigenous character
of its institutions."
Dr. Cohen's address in the Palm
Continued on Pap* 10-A
vision Service has transmitted a
broadcast by the notorious anti-
Semite Gerald L. K. Smith. In-
vestigations of the incident were
demanded by Rabbi Israel Mil-
ler, president of the American
Zionist Fe Henry Rapaport. president of
the National Women's League
of the United Synagogue of
America.
A spokesman for the AZF told
the JTA that Pentagon olficials
reached by telephone over the
weekend expressed "genuine
concern" over the incident which
they said came as news to them.
One official w is quoted by the
AZF as saying that "It probably
happened oul of stupidity more
than anything else" and add,'l
that "once the AZF protest is
received there will probably be
some quick action on this mat-
ter."
In a telegram sent last Friday
to Secretary of Defense-desig-
nate Elliot L. Richardson, Rabbi
Miller referred to the JTA re-
port and said: "On behalf of
the 700.000 members enrolled in
the American Zionist movement,
we e\uress our sense of shock
and strongly protest the action
of the AFRTS in transmitting to
U.S. installations throughout the
world the broadcast of Gerald
L. K. Smith, the notorious
anti-Semite who used the occa-
sion for his usual anti-Semitic
and anti-Israel diatribe. We urge
an immediate investigation into
such an incomprehensible action
on the part of the AFRTS which
operates with public funds and
look forward your assurances
that such unfortunate incidents
will not be allowed to recur."
on Jan. 21.
The JTA. which first reported
the story, was to'ri by John
Broger, director of the Defens
Department's information :
the armed forces, that. "Obvi-
ously the broadcast w yi not be
repeated. Normally a rarogi
Is recycled. This one has been
pulle I oul of service."
Hoyl Wertz, chief of ARFTS
and Broger's subordinate, I >ld
the JTA that he had been in-
d by James Roberts o
New Ji psej church council thai
the council had coo\erated in
the production of the first four
programs in the Series but for-
bade the producer three mom In
ago to use the council's name in
connection with the series. Rob-
erta, production manager for the
council's communications de-
partment in Fast Orange, could
not be reached by the JTA for
comment.
However. Wertz said Roberts
told him that the council hadi
cooperated with Bill Bertenshaw
on the preparation of the first
four programs in the series.
called "Suggested Solutions," but
not on any programs after that.
According to Wertz. Rolierts
said the council had supplied
personalities for the four pro-
grams in a contract with Berten-
shaw but that Smith was not
one of them
8 Letterbombs
Found In
Israeli PO
TEL AVIV i JTA i
new letter-bombs were found in
Israeli post offices Monday, all
of them mailed from Istanbul.
Turkey, and postmarked Jan. 25
The latest wave of lethal letters
prompted iHiiice authorities to
issue a new warning to the pub-
lic to take precautions in han-
dling mail that was not ex-
pected and that appeared to be
unusually heavy.
The booby-trapped letters
spotted by postal security offi-
ce: s were in ordinary airmail
envelopes, white or pinkish in
color, but heavier than normal.
Some of the letters contained
senders' names which may be
fictitious. Two letters were ad-
dressed to TeJ Aviv, one of them
Continued On Page 9-A


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Friday, February 2, 1973 V
Judge Winton To Head
US\ Youth Commission
Israel Bonds
Inaugural Dinner
Set K<>r Feb. 13
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A major pvi nl ol the 197'. Inaug-
Joseph Gulden, u|;e^kloDL,A( '4fiA urrently servM)SuH prcsidcnl of ural Conrprpnco of Israol Bimds is
1 least Region United Syna- r'unior isv ;*i Beth Torah, and scheduled lo lik< plav '' !>. n >
ugue "I America, recently ap- tmngesl daughter. Donna, is an the Fontainehloau a- ."iivi guardi-
p linted Judge Arthur Winton ol i otivc member of the youth pro- ans nl Israel nievi for dinner ai
Lith Torah Congregation as chair- mm, All have participated in an e en'ne featurina an -' ;i
i .in nl the Regional Youth Com-1 nnventions and encampments for diplomat and u \mori?nn Jewish
i ssion for the next two years
The Southeast Region en-
i-ornjiasses the seven southeri
.-1;.t. ~ Mud Puerto Rico and serv-
ices .ill Conservative Congiega-
i.< 'iis in these areas, Thi- Youth
i ommission is the lay leadership
n mmittee which guides ovei -.000
vouth .illiliaied with kariimii Ipre-
pens i. United Synagogue Youth
(U'piisi, iiiid AT1D (collegians).
w.rsliall Baltuch, Regional
yuth director, states, 'Judge
Winton has been a moset active
worker for the youth in our region
foi ihc pas1 nine years His de-
th in and effi irl s will r< t.im'.,
I) an .i~-i t to n mi>:al ion."
,ie pasi si\ years.
j Appointed to serve as co-
tirmeh for the youth commis-
' -Jin are Mrs. George Feineman
if IJ'iuii Israel Congregation, St.
etcrsburg, and Sidney Kaplan of
I diavalli Achim in Atlanta.
Mrs. Feineman has served as
, idvisor and youth chairman in St.
Petersburg and as co-chairman of
the regional youth commission's
. ommittee on standards.
\fr. Kaplan was chairman >!
,1 lanta s youth commission for a
i>l yi a' -. -c ved as ci i
liairman of the regional youth
i ntertainer
C.i.i d ans n! Isi nel import the
Jewish -tail' throu rh uencrous
Im ii i ol the Isi ael Bond progi ani
Snecial guct> at Uie dinuer u.l!;
be Jj.....1) Rarmoi ......hn '" '
the permanent mission of Israel
in the I"m i .1 Natioi -. in I a kc'
official ani diplomat throughoul
Israel's 25-year hi*torj
As former swcretarv-neneral in
the Minis tr> of Food and Supply.
Mr. Barmore will dn u economic i lire in li roi ol the I
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Health Sciences ol the University
i.i Callfomtrl in San Francisco. Dr.
K..i ';< i is a leader In the postgrad-
uate training ol physicians and an
authority In diseases of the chest.
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mer vice presSdonl and chief i i
entisl for IBM and a member of
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Technion and a pioneer in Israeli
science; Maj. Gen. Amos I lore v
president-elect of the Technion.
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Is one of Israel's lead tie o1 lier-
scientist*, and Thpodore Hike;, the
well-known entertainer.
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afternoon at l p.m. He and others
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Year of Service to Israel What
is Ahead in the Next 50 years?"
President Goldberg and Gen. Ho-
rev, along with Ambassador
Tekoah and Dr. Lehrman. will
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at B p.m. Prs Kantrowlta, Kolff
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on "Saving Your Life Medea1
Engineering at Work" at 11 a.m
Sunday. Mr. Bikcl will sneak a'
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Volume 46
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Number 5
WASHINGTON, DC. It
is time to try to sum up a long,
almost unparalleled experience
in the new China. This is not un-
important to do, either; for the
experience strongly suggests a
most startling first conclusion.
In the lone; perspective of
world history, In brief, the Chi-
nese Revolution led by Mao Tro-
tting can easily emerge as
significant than the October
olution in Russia in 1917. I be-
lieve this, moreover, although I
gravely doubt whether the meth-
,.Is of Chin, se communism w I
ever prove to tie exportable to
other countries They are t ,o
Chin
Till Hicirr way to see the
new China, in truth, i- I fot I
i1 <" Isl label .'0. II ton-
tlon .'- b
dfi al'v i Itall Chinese
The Action Bears Watching
Good planning requires adequate lead time and there
are more than straws in the ethnic winds blowing today
that require serious consideration by our Federations of
their future relations with United Fund and government
grants.
Three Jewish social service agencies in the Greater
Washington area will be deprived of financial aid from
the United Fund if, by next September, at least 20 per
cent of their boards of directors are not members of other
minority groups blacks or Spanish-speaking persons. In
New York, a day care center for Hasidic children funded by
federal and city funds is threatened with being closed un-
less its admission policy is changed to establish a better
ethnic balance.
This is not a particularly new development, for in the
last few years the United Funds have begun to think of
themselves less as federations of existing groups and re-
ligious ideology than as central social planning agencies
for the total communities. Already, in some places, they
have begun to evaluate the work of Jewish agencies in
terms of the general needs of the community, rather than
specific Jewish needs as in the past.
It should be remembered that at one time there was a
great debate in the American Jewish community as to
whether our social agencies should join in with the United
Fund idea of a single campaign, and a number of com-
promises were worked out so that in certain areas in
Greater Miami Home for the Aged, Vocational Service,
Family and Children's Service and YMHA allocations
were received from the local United Fund.
There is no indication that there is a crisis in relations
between our Federation and the UF, but given the atmos-
phere prevailing in other major communities it would seem
to be a wise course to begin a study of that relationship as
it might affect the budgets of those agencies in the years
to come.
Responsibility Rests With Parents
To the surprise of hardly anyone, a Detroit Jewish
educator's study reveals that the responsibility for drop-
outs following Bar and Bas Mitzvah is primarily that of the
Jewish parents. The situation has been noted with dismay
throughout the Jewish world, the director general of the
Jewish Agency having recently pointed out that less than
eight per cent of Jewish youth receive any Jewish educa-
tion beyond the elementary level.
There may be an encouraging turning point in sight,
however. The Detroit survey shows that while the number
of Jewish students being educated is declining, more than
ever before are continuing their Jewish education beyond
the favorite 13-year terminal point. The growing enrollment
in the new high school program of our local Central Agency
for Jewish education could be a sign of the times, and if
this represents another example of the battle of the gen-
erations it at least has a positive side.
Another Try For Genocide Bill
It is almost a quarter-century since a bill to ratify the
United Nations convention on the prevention and punish-
ment of the crime of genocide was first introduced in the
U.S. Senate. The fact that a new bill has been offered in
this latest session of our Congress only underlines the
tragic failure to ratify similar measures for more than 23
years.
Sen. William Proxmire, who has continued to press
his fight for ratification, points out that genocide did not
disappear with the Nazis but remains a threat as ethnic,
racial, religious and nationalistic hatred have shown their
ugly faces in different parts of the world in recent years.
The Democratic leadership in the Senate has promised
to bring the ratification issue before that body early in the
session. This is a measure which should demand the sup-
port ai both parties as well as religious and civic groups.
THE YIKpUq
h%4
event Chna's majestic history
even teaches that this was, in
gome sense, a characteristically
Chinese event.
Tlir- tact is that over the mil-
lenia, china has previously ex-
perienced at hast two per-
haps three vast, painful, vio-
lent i Isod s of radical renova-
tion. The most Important was
the foundation of the historical
Chinese Empire in 221 IK-.
BUT Tin-: reunification i
Cluna by the first Sul emperor
in 589 rVD was dearly anoth r
-urii epis >!> And the scholarly
data mor and more suggests
that the triumph of the Chi i
Dynasty ;t lono BC. may
finally have to be placed in the
san'.' v
Sch< y these epfc
' | a' th --i ne features, Wh< n
; Ion g-es t a b-
H'hed system of Chhvsc society
had !> gun to work very bad!)
I | \ nev ruthlessly reno-
vating go\ernncnt then aequir. d
pou.'i-. Mountains of the accum-
ulated social debris of the
w pre away, at hen. y
human r -' V I a wholly novl
tur of state power was al-
so ore trd
IF VOI' think about it a '.i-.-
He, this i- an exci nt thumb-
fail summary of what has hap-
I in China in the last quar-
ter century, It Is no aceid> nt
that China's First Universal
I eror" of 2'J 1 BC, a Stalinist
Ions t>efore Stalin, later e.\e-
etf.'ed for more than two mille-
nla, has now become China's
most-admired historical figure.
Continued on Page ll-A
With the kind of deadline for
a weekly column, it Ls possible
that a court will have prevented
further showing of the dirty
movie. "Peep Throat," 11
tin- appears. You will have miss-
ed nothing, I assure you. But
you will have lost a lot
You may think it is stretch-
ing the First Amendment i**-
yond reason to have it cover
junk like "Deep Throat." and I
worry about it myself some-
times, but there it is. Especially
in these past few years when
the assaults on the Bill of Rights,
called by many our most prec-
ious resource, have added the
"First Ten" to the list of our
most endangered species.
IT IS EASIER t combat the
attacks that come out of Wash-
ington than the niggling, nibbl-
inc away here at home. Our lo-
cal press, alerted in the past
few months to the dangers to a
free press presented by the Su-
preme Court lecision that strip-
ped away the confidentiality of
a reporter's source of Informa-
tion, will undoubtedly maintain
i' itorial si'ence on the attempt
to throttle "Deep Throat." It
did not thunder about "prior re-
straint" when a Miami Beach
vigilante Special A--i-tant (un-
paidi State Attorney intimidated
theatre owners from showing a
controversial film in 1971.
Yet the principle applied to
this situation as much as it did
to the more respectable Penta-
gon Papers. They offered no
protest when teachers were pre-
vented from distributing leaf-
lets in Coral Gables several
years ago, although it is as much
a constitutional right as selling
the establishment newspapers.
SO. DESPITE my advice to
save your mone) and avoid the
aforementioned film wherever
you may run across it. if you
still want to go I believe it to
be your right as an adult to
make that choice for yoursell
To have it made by Leonard
Rivkind, whose critical Judg-
ment is certainly -us[>..et and
hi> legal right to do so undoubt-
- with .; any constitutional
standing, is an outraf
If you can imagine son*
, ;ing his masters degree with
a thesis on pornography on,.
can understand the anguish ex-
pressed by Rivkind who has
watched the escalation of hard-
core films to the point where
nothing Ls left to the imagina-
tion de-pite his best "lega
forts.
That this film all adds up to a
monumental bon after no
than 30 minutes doesn't seem to
' to Rivkind how anyone
in l-is right n an -it thn
more is hi yor. i understand)i
which accounts for this .-on of
n b i tiiii.- in an interview he had
with .lack Rob, rts of the Miami
News:
RIVKIND said he Ishi d ev-
ery responsible adult in Dado
County could ......the picture)
so they would know where the
community |s headed ins,,:ar as
ol>scenlty Ls concerned. Two
years ago we wouldn't have be-
lieved such a firm would ever
be shown. Will the public de-
mand be for live shows such as
"Deep Throat?" Will the Orange
Bowl be rented for shows in
which humans have Intercourse
with beasts? There's no telling
"hat the will demand in
the absi m.-
R .kind Isn't one
": ,:' I tests of obscen-
ity what the community -
ards t if the public de-
li an!- hard-core sex when ;t
tired of the Dolphins
who ;.i saj what's a better use
for the Orange Bowl" And the
reference to two yean ago is
particularly Interesting, because
it was Rivkind's admitted ad-
vice to theatre owner; that if
Melvin Van Peebles' "Sweet
Sweetback'i Baadaass Song"
was brought into Dade County
he would file either civil or
criminal proceedings to stop it.
THE IRONY for us citizens
not Rivkind is that the
Van Peebles' film, a controver-
sial one hut a work of art by
any standard, has stlH to be
shown In this area. But thanks
to the free publicity given it by
" like Rivkind, a thing of
no-quality like "Deen Throat" is
making a fortune for its ped-
dlers.
The censorial-minded like Riv-
kind might ponder something out
of Shaw's "Pygmalion": "I have
to live for others and not for
myself; that's tniddle-clas^
morality." But there is. I be-
lieve, a kind of censorship which
should ho applied to things like
the movie in question, and it
not surprisingly was written by
the same man: "Silence is the
most perfect expression of
scorn."


Friday, February 2, 1973
rJewisti fhrklktr)
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Four Local Residents To Receive
State Of Israel Scroll Of Honor
Residents of Eton Hall will
honor Abraham Asher al a "Night
In Israel" on Mondaj in the rani
room of the Miami Beach high-
rise building.
The evening event, at which Mr.
Asher will receive the State of
Israel Scroll of Honor, is spon-
sored by the Eton Hall Israel
Bonds Committee, headed by S.
Morris Abramowltz.
Mr. Asher, a certified public ac-
countant in Pennsylvania, was a
partner in the CPA firm of Asher
and Asher before retiring to
Florida with his wife. Lillian. He
was president of the Men's Club
of the Congregation Kneseth Israel
and Grand Master of the Judaic
Union in Philadelphia, as well as
Master of his Masonic Lodge ami
a Trustee of the Grand I-odge of
Pennsylvania. He belongs to the
Society of Retired Executives >>f
the Small Business Administration.
The "Night in Israel" begins at
T :.".<"> p.m, with an appearance by
Emil Cohen, the American-Jewish
raconteur.
Benjamin Greenwood will re-
ceive the state of Israel Scroll of
Honor .it a festive "Night in Ls-
i A" on Wednesday at the Buck-
lej Towers in North Miami Beach.
i ning program, which
horo irs Green d foi his de-
dicated efforts "it liehalf of Israel,
i- sponsored by th< Amity Chapter
Friendship i.' Ige ol B
B'i ll h n ler the aus k of the
G at i .Han Israel Bonds
I .-
Mr, (!i t !:'.'. n ;i nessman,
' tired t< Floi ida v\ i'li
his wifi Lillian, in 1968. I!.' has
continue I Ids |oi >i nt in
c.\ i. and Jew ili ph lanthi
oi animations and is currently ser-
ving as h man and
first vice president of Friendship
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. He is also
a veteran workei in the Isi le
Bond program.
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Honor ai a gala "Night in Israel"
sponsored by the Royal Bahamian
Men's Club under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Israel Loud
(Organization.
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Helman is a life member of the
Eindassah Chapter and Pioneer
Women. They belong locally to
Adath Yeshurun Temple.
R'lal Bahamian Israel Bond
honorary chairman is Kmanuel
Friedman and Chairman is Albert
Sholman.
Both affairs will feature the
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Cohen, and will start at 7:30 p.m.
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Jenisti tUrkttar
Friday, February 2, 1973
'Key 73' Repudiates
Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (WNSi
r:b nf "Koy 'T.'V the nationwide
Christian evangelical campaign to
nil the "continent to Christ," in a
kttoi- to Rabhi Marc Tanenbaum. '
: irector of the American Jewish
t ummittee's interielii;i>>ius affairs
depart men t, have assured Jews
Lead-, executive vice president of the Na-
tional Committee for Furtherance
of Jewish Education, declared that
the well-organized, heavily finan-
ced evangelical drive "is bad 11. WI
<>r Jews."
But Rahbi Charles Sheer, the
t lej repudiate anti-Semitism and Jewish chaplain at Columbia Ci
my evancelieal resort to coercion.
TbLs was reported by Rabbi
Marc Tanenbaum. director of the
American Jewish Committee's in-
tei religious affairs department
v ho has brcn corresponding with
the "Key "~Z" leadership in order
to convey to them the serious con-
ins 01 the American Jewish com-
!un!ty over the multi-media evan-
: elical diive.
Rabbi Tanenbaum made public
vcrslty, believes that Jews have
'over-reacted" to "Key '73" and
similar crusades. He said Jews
were frightened by announcements
that the evangelical drives had
staffs of hundreds and $18 million
iii financing with which to blanket '
the media. But there are far more
srrlous concerns within the Jew-
ish fold, he declared at the Yeshiva
University's mid-year conference.
The American Jewish Congress
called Jan. IT on Secretary of the
Exit Tax Rates In Soviet
Union Not Vet Revealed
NEW YORK (JTAi Accord-
ing to Moscow sources, the special
commission that was -.imposed to
work at ON IK on Jan. 10 ha- nut |
yet started. New schedules of exit
i.i\ rates haw not yet been pub-1
lished but applicants have leei
to >! i" bring their worksheets with
them to OVIK and have then
taxes pro-rated.
Years of work are being counted
from the date ..1 receipt of di-
ploma. Prior work Is not included,
In one ease.
that of Mrs. Vasile)'
MAX LfffNf*
a Navy Personnel Bureau memo-
i.-.ndum urgint: chaplains to play
"a strong role" in "Key "73." In
u letter to Chafee. the AJCongress
charged that the memorandum
encouraged Navy chaplains "in ef-
fect ... to engage in religious
prosi lyti/ation." Such "missionary
ietivity" is not part of the duties
Max Lerner
Speaker Sunday
At Temple Israel
"Is America a Dying Civiliza-
tion?" win be tlv subject to be
diseu-sed Sunday morning at Tem-
ple [srai l .it Greater Miami by Max
Lerner, educator, author and col-
umni-t.
Dr. Lerner's ncwsna;vr column
of naval chaplains. Rabbi Yaakov j Ls syndicated worldwide through
Rosenl>crg of Philadelphia, chair- ,no I-s Angeles Times Syndicati
nil lent that the Jews do not J man of the AJC Commission on '""' aP!*,;"'-i the Jewish Florid-
letter he received from Dr. The- | Navy John II. Chafee to repudiate
'.ore Raedeke of St. Louis, exec-
utive director of "Key '73" in
w Inch he stated. "We do not wish
to persecute, pressure or force
-' ws to believe or do anythinc
: ainst their will." Dr. Raedeke In-
sisted that "There is no anti-Sem-
itism in either the Ideology or the
tnrusl of "Kev '73."
He added, however, "We are
v ish to undermine our holy faith
deprive us of our rights to prop-
. -:at.- our faith the privilege
e enjoy in America." Rabbi Tan-
. ilbaum sad the statement was ;.
.elcome clarification" although
Jewish Affairs, wrote.
, ian. lie has traveled to almost ev-
, ery part of the world as a jour-
Dated October 1972 and senL^n nalisl and a scholar. Author of a
iH-partment of the Navy letter-
head to "Navy Chaplains and De-
nominational Kndorsing Agents,"
'ic's "not respond to all the the memorandum was headed.
lestions that the Jewish cmnrnu-
i. i> would want clarifii d."
Among those questions, he said.
ere the implications of a na-
Notes from the Chief." Rear Adm.
F L. Garret! is chief of chaplains.
The chief of the Bureau of Naval
Personnel is Vice Adm. David Bag-
ley. The memorandum described
tionwide evangelical campaign for ("Key "73" as a -'great ecumenical
the pluralistic character of Amer- evangelical emphasis calling upon
a: win a campaign that views Christians to reach out in obedi-
1 nee to the great commission." It
- Iiant' for thai of Judaism feed
> tatlve and anti-Semitic attitude,
iiong the people it reaches; u ilj
the emphasis on persona] testify-
ing for Christ through neighbor-
: >d door-to- loor canvasi s and
college and high school campus
crusades lead to coercive pressures
list Jewish
there?
added. "The participating churches
will be active in promoting "Kev
73" within their own fellowships
and we will he as supportive as
IMissible within the naval service,"
the memorandum stated.
dozen books, the l>est known is
probablv "Amc-iea As A Civiliza-
tion." It has been translated and
published throughout the world
ha.- received wide acclaim, and is
available in a two-volume paper-
back edition published by Simon
ami Schuster.
Other books are "The Age of
Overkill." "Idea" Are Weapon- "
"The Unfinished Countr> The
Mind and Faith of Justi e Holmes"
and "Kducatlon and a Radical
Humanism." His latest published
work is "Torque' ille and A 1
lean Civ !i. ation."
Yiddish Artists Featured
At David Pinski Club
Hershel and Mania Gendel of the
Yiddish Art Theatre, will appear
in a varied program at the Oneg
Shabbos of the David Pinski Club
on Friday at S pan at the Ida
Fisher School Cafeteria.
Subject of a t?lk by I. Lasavin,
writ # and lecturer, will be, "Re-
ligious and Secular Kducatlon in
Israel and the Diaspora."
'Pete 11 Tillie* Here
Pete N Tillie" starring Waltei
Ma'than ami Carol Burnett opens
Friday at Wometco's Miracle,
'.''iii St and Carlyle Theatre*
Also opening Friday, at the Coral
Way, will be "Trinity I.- stiii Mj
Name", pin- a second feature, A
Bullet for the General Holdovers
include "Shaft" and "Shaft's Bij
Score" it th.- Miami and "Sounder"]
at the Byron and Mayfair.
V'edity, five years : work a- a
writer and journalist were .
counted Ix-causo they were not in
the service of the state."
The Greater .New York 1
Science on Soviet Jewrj
learned that the family ol \
Khantsis ha-- still not In-en allowed
t'> see him. He was recent!) -
tenced to an additional three->ea
prison term while serving lh
third v. ar .'l a prior sentence His
parents In Kishinev applied 1 1
grate but their paper- were 1.
jected because they lacked Ihei
son's written permission. Th> v at
also not allowed to visit him.
Voids *"*
rusnoar ti a 11 to. mm I
JeWS ale
impact
v-angelical
Dr Lemer did his en
law Ftudi ,t Yal l*i 'v
his graduate work at th B
The Naw memorandum speaks ,'nRS Otaduate School ol Econom-
ics and Government He has tau jht
at Sarah Lawrence College, Wil-
Hams College and Harvard Uni-
versity and i- presently Profi
of American Civilization and j
World Politic- at Brandeis Ur,
veisity. He Ls also a lecturer at '
The Pleasure of ^
your affair is
bntaineDieau
individuals and "' '' "professional packet" of "Key
"73" materials, including "the maj-
01 resource manual for Kev- '73,"
especially sensitive to and adds: "I strongly urge you to
"Key Til" and similar study these materials with devo-
Irives such a.s the tion and a genuine evangelical con-
ampus Crusade for Christ" may corn for your own |>eople. 1'nl. ss
e on Jewish high school ami there should be denominational
1 ..lie.e youth. Rabbi Tanenbaum reasons preventing your partkipa- searc"'
said he booed the repudiation of | tion, I commend to you a strong Tickets for the Lerner leetu-e.
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coercive measures by the "Key 73"
leaders will filter' to the many
r anjelists on campuses.
Differing views of the threat
or lack of it of "Key '7.T' to
role in this effort to make the and for author Isaac Baahevis
person and gospel of Christ more
meaningful to those we serve." In
'ils letter to Chafee. Rabbi Rosen-
berg declared, in part: "This mem-
orandum, and the message it con-
Singer who will appear on Feb.
18. may be purchased at the door
or throuqh the Temple Israel of-
fice.
J-wish youth and Jews generally Iveys, are completely at odds with
if expressed by two other New the pro|>er function of the Navy
V.rk rabbis. Rabbi Jacob J. Hecht. I chanlaincv "
Your little girl
is getting married
At last.
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Friday. Febrorsy 2, 1973
letters to the editor
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridiun:
I road the column by Edward
Cohen in your last issue and noted
his diatribe ap:iin>t our President.
His hate against the person of our
President is evident in every line'
he writes about him to a point ol
rtupdity.
In his article, he accuses our
President of Machiavellian tactics
giving Nixon discredit for hL- sens
of timing and goes on to accuse;
him of usin'.; 'tie Kissinger state-
ment of October as an example I
Of his Machiavellian use of powei
1o fooi and mislead the peopl
the Unit-d States.
Noted psychoanalyst Rollo i
May sees "The apathy that Ls
characteristic of vast numbers
of American citizens is another !
result of i this) repression of
awareness. We are the Rood ('. r-
tr.Ms who. prior to and during
World War II. stood by in th
Nazis' attempted geno ide of
'the Jews, blocking o'f their
awareness of the extermination
camp five miles down the road. '
The United States enunciated
the Nuremberg principles at the
trial of the Nazis, one of which
was thai citizens of a nation
are responsible f r their .-
nx-nt and what it does, Having
i lai : ; thai princi e, sin er
' thai .:
it to ourselves. Mr. Nixon shows
this principle in his actions by
ordering the bombing massacre
of thousands of private citizens
of Vietnam because he dots not
like the stand of their leaders."
To equate our President's ac-
tion with that of Hitler and thel
Nazi party in Germany is to say
the least malicious and harmful to)
the welfare and stability of our;
country.
His hate for the person of our:
President is not assuaged by the,
[acts >:' the great accomplishments
of our President during the past \
four years and reminds me of an
incident that ooogTed In 19'~>0
while I was president of the JNF
Council of Greater Miami.
At a general meeting held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel with
about 250 people present, I opened
the meeting and a woman jumped
up and asked for the floor and
then loudly said "Mr. Ell, how I
can a good Jew and ardent Zionist
like you work for the election of
an anti-Semite like Richard Nix-
on?" I to'd her that this was a'
JNF meeting and no place to
discuss politics but i'' -'v wished
1 would give her th answer when
the meeting was over.
When the ni' eting was ovi r,
she jun again r< questing an
I was about to di ny the
- when Rabbi I.eibo' tz,
who was my guest speaker, asked
me to let him answer her
took the podium denying the |
charge of anti-Semitism against
Richard Nixon of his own knowl-
edge and before he could conclud
his assurance, she was on her feet
anagin and loudly yelled "rabbi. I
don't believe you." She had made
up her mind that Nixon was an
anti-Semite and no facts or truth
were going to change her mind.
However, such behavior docs not
befit a man of intelligence and
discernment and I would there-
fore, api>eal to Mr. Cohen to stop
writing from hate and get down
to fa>"ts and truth, and instead
oi he|Dlng divisiveness in our na-
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Vietnam Peace Accord May Be
Harbinger For Mideast Accord
Continued from Page 1-A
the Middle Fast were that the
-o of "military force or any
ther form ol coercion is Im-
permissible." and that military
movements across demarcation
8 Letterbombs
I Found In
Israeli PO
< on tinned from Page 1-A
t< Prof. Yuval Neeman, presi-
5 dent of Tel Aviv University. The
name of the nder was marked
Helen I Another was ad-
dressed to the Egged bus com-
and carried the sender's
. me "Hirsh Troy."
Other letterbombs were ad-
, eased to the Begged-Oi leather
ear factory In Migdal Haemek;
to an address i'i Afuleh and to
noth) r in Beth Seharim. The
. tter was addressed to David
: avush and the senders name
*as Leyi TUS." An additional
,tterbomb was found in Migdal
i nek and two in Haifa
Yosef Yanich Speaker
Ai Hadassah I nit Meel
. C*ha } izn n Group
-| | t 8:15
ntei I'nion Hall. 1S1
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lines are "flatly prohibited."
Kgypt has l>een Insisting O"
movine troops across the canal
and as far into the Sinai us it
like.-.
Use of Laos and Cambodia,
Dr. Kissinger also said, is "spe-
cifically prohibited for use
against an> othei country" and
the agreement contains a "flat
prohibitipn against the use" i I
these neighboring nations for
infiltration" into Vietnam or
any other country. This prin-
ciple, when applied to the Mid-
die East, could signify the end
of terrorist establishments on
Israel's borders.
All foreign troops into Indo-
china must be withdrawn under
the agrei ment, Dr. Kissinger
said. Translated into Middle
East terns this would mean the
withdrawal of what remains
Soviet forces in Egypt and those
in Syria. Peace in Indo-China.
I i. Kissinger observed, "re-
quires self-restraint of n I
countries, especially these which
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easy to achieve in negotiation
"what has not been arhii ved
on the battlefield," adding, "by
tii finition." after wars, the lines
of demarcation nearly always
followed the lines of control.
!>:. Kissinger also struck a note
of hope that could apply to the
situation in the Middle East:
the North Vietnamese "are the
most difficult people to negotiate
with that I have ever eneoun-
tcred when they do not want
scttli 'i hej ai i also the most
effective v. hen they finally de-
ci e to sel tie. Thai is why we
have gone through peaks and
valleys :n these negotiations ol
i xtraordinary intensity."
Referring to the suffering,
hatted and fighting in Vietnam
U..... i asi .,c) years a refer-
ence that could jii.-t as well
to the situation since 19-18
in the Middle Easl Dr. Kis-
singer said: "Of course, the
ha I 'l will not rapidly disap-
and oi course pei e
have foight for 25 years will
not e isil ve ; their i >l
. ; ll also | eople w ho have
a ,ifereci fi r 25 yeai maj at
last Q e to know thai they can
achieve their real satisfaction
by other and less brutal means."
Over 450 people attended the celebration of the 10th anni-
versary of the Chaim Weizmann Farband Branch which
launched the plantinq of tress in the John F. Kennedy For-
est in the name of the late Gila Levin, beloved daughter
of Moe and Leah Levin, president of the Chaim Weizmann
Farband Branch. From (left to right; Jay Dermer, president,
JNF; Emanuel Bursfein, vice president, Chaim Weizmann
Branch; Mr?. Very Belzer, branch recording secretary; Moe
Levin, branch president; Dr. Irving Lehrman, JNF Founda-
tion president. Judge Zdv W. Kogan, president, JNF South-
ern Region, uiid Mis. Leah Levin.
Camp Reunion At YM-YWHA
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi- A pro-registration table will b?
arrrf w!H hold a reunion for its sel up to answer questions am
5Ui meroi 72 \s can person Sun take early registration for camp*
day, Feb. 11 from 1 to 4 p.m. in -
the cardinal room of the "Y." Tlip ,.Y-. offor< :in Earlj.....
. 1 ie\ elopmenl < lamp, tradi-
T he nay i- also planned as an ....... ., ,
hoi t thr h i."
open house for persons interested ,,, .,.ir,^_ In learning more about YMHA ni grades fourth through &*\
set ice? an 1 camping h u i
When Israel Histadrut Foundat
Happy 25th Anniversary" to the StiM
. One thousand young Israeli farrtiliesare goi;
hbrfles" Of their own, .t Arid a thousand individuals
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financed by a $25 million Mortgage Fund at S5.000 per unit
To share in this vital program, the Israel Histadrut Foundation is embarking upon an urgent
campaign to raise $5 million in 1.000 units of $5,000 each, through Histadrut Charitable Annuity
Trusts that will assure the donors a life income of 8.5% per annum.
We invite all friends of Israel to make this anniversary year a meaningful one for 1,000
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Friday, February 1 1973
U.S. Jewish Community To Be Strong
Influence on American Moral Values |
igioits
s.
rvtces
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Beach Towcts at a late after-
noon reception for him ami other
notables touched off the Jewish
Theological Seminary's 1973
fund apiwal. The appeal is for
S6.500.000 in maintenance funds,
plus major gift* for the endow-
ment of student scholarships,
academic chairs and spe< lalized
scholarly programs.
Fran Levey, chairman of the Israel "25 Committee," Marvin
Lieberman, assistant executive director of the YM-YWHA,
Ernie Seiler, executive director of the Orange Bowl Commit-
tee and Steve Remsen, chairman of the Israel 25 parade
are shown at a dinner meeiing for a group of bandmasters
held Jan. 17 at the Carillon Hotel. Mr. Seiler is assisting the
Israel "25 Committee" in recruiting bands for participation
in the "Salute to Israel" parade on May 20, at 11 a.m. on
Miami Beach.
The reception was marked
also by the presentation of the
Seminary's first award of the
j. ar its National Community
Service plaque which went to
Jack liesnick. a noted New York
and Palm Beach realtor and
synagogue leader.
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America is the academic
end spiritual center of the Con-
servative branch of Judaism,
with schools in New York, Los
Angeles and Jerusalem, Israel.
I>r. <",,hen in his address un-
derscored that the Jewish Theo-
i'..,u .u .-culinary "has been play -
nu a central role" in the de-
velopment <>r what he termed
"a distinctive native leadership
Hi the American Jewish com-
munity."
"Rabbis today are overwhelm-
native Americans." he de-
clared. 'Hebrew teachers are
increasingly native-born, and the
vast majority of men and women
in the foremost positions ol
ivnagoirue and Jewish organiza-
tional leadership are ncressingly
third and even fourth genera-
tion Americans."
MIAMI ------------
....."' ;OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Benin Or. Or-
A H A V A T SHALOM CONCREGA. thodox. Rabbi Phmeas Webermen.
TION. 995 SW 67th Avc. Orthodox. Cantor Leo Radin 30
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 ------v------
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amcmf pmes 2SM SW tam Ave. Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 31
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz -
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave. CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM 1542-
American Traditional Judaism. Can. 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
tor Sol Pakowitz. 2 Groner. 32
Snturda) a.m Mr Vale Bamole will ------*-----
apeak on: "Jews A Now People." north bay village j=w'SH
----- CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall way. North Bay Village. Cons'iva-
Dr. S. Miami. Refo-m. Rabbi Her- tjve R,boi Emmet Allen Frank. Can-
bert Baumgard 3 ,or Murray Yavneh 32-A
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
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/vaee/ritcfl/ evtsion
v.
Question
Box
Conservative, riabbi Irving A. Wrin.
qart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Krnl.i\ (at S"inli l>:nl- Auditoriumi
7 :' p.m., leen-ase Kervlee; 8:30 p.m
lu 9:15 |i ni Family Shabbal acrviee
C I'l I'll "I,il n.,\ Sal,.
'larvl fear Mil" .'i 1 lale xon nt
Mr i Mr* Sluarl i Horowlta;
.". ::n |. in IbI Coral l\'a> I 'liapi l'. liar
Mitzvali Itonald. on ..f Ml .....' Mr*
\\ ilii.un l-'i lilmuit.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave
dox Rabbi H. Rothman.
Ortho-
5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 17th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai 6
v r. p m rabbi'* > I nu*n Inpli
W< ire A I ..'- Abiding People?"
ihI by ( mi k Hhahlial honteil li\
Mr and Mr* Mux Heymaii In cele-
bration "f their wedding annlvernnn
CONGREGATION. 7P7 5th St., Mi.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Ra'iui Mor-
decai Chaimovits
NORTH MIAmi BTACH
ADATH YESHURLN Tempi'i 102S
NE Miami Carders Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi M'lteo Schlins>r Can.
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. J3
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BETH TORAH. 105: N Via. reach
Blvd. Conservative Rnrbi ^.u Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob 3 Menleison 34
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BNAI RAPHAEL. 1-01 NW '83rd St.
Conservative Kabbl Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
Kllil.lX \.....L. .\ I I v I
Im pri mi.-a In JinIi i u. Mr,
.mil .\l i It \\ in 11......
SINAI (Temple), ci NORTH PADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Refor Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
" Shulkes, 37
BETH TOV uemple). 6438 SW 8th r,,,|.,v ,-, M. s. ,.,,. I.I th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles ,n | ..hnerved St'urdl> I' i in:.
Rubel. Cantnr Seymour Hinkes. 8 ):.,, Mitivuh: Miibiiel, hull I
r'H*ln> v ir. ii.ui rabbi'm sen n lonb .mi- kii Slnarei \litri n 1
I'll. J'i.,1.:. Illk ill KcllBlt.ll .mil Jew- Mi. 11 i \. \ Hi
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Shabbat. SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
___s__ 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi J nan E.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi. Caplan. 3B
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform Rabhi O------
Joseph R. Narot. 10 YOUNG ISRAEL O^ CBEA^-R Ml.
a AMI 990 NE ,7ttt St. Orthodox.
roaram*
Feb. I
I ell. I
Feb. I
cli 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
H0-1 Rabbi Morion Malavskj
Ch. 7 1C .1 111 The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Topic: "Future ol Soviet Jewry"
Guests: Rabbi Barrj Tabachnikofl and Mrs. Flor-
Albert
i"h. 1 8:30 a.m. The Flrsl Estate
|R. peatad on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.'
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Spirit of Sports"
Guests Joseph Robbie and Rabbi Solomon Schiff
B> KABKI SAMI KL I. FOX
CO. I". : .!. ivleh Ti legntph A|tluj i
Why is ii raqnlred for a Jew
to pntj ;
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabin Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
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OR OLOM i temple' 87S5 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winogrr.j. Cantor 1ehouda Bmyi-
mm 13
Kriila> i in -<
k the Itnbbl ...:.,
Shabbal
TIFERETH ISHAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi MaurM -
Klein. 14
l-iiil:n n l.'i i.iii. cin-t apeaker, .\i
Alfred (fOiden, Mill have an hi* lopl-*
^'|||l Have aol tc I i Scum -
Rabbi Zalman Kossovrsiy.
3
SYNOPSIS Of THt WUKL1 TORAH PORTION
Yisro
According to some commentar-
ies iMaimonides), the act of
prayer Ls demanded by the BlbJe.|thln*
He derived thus from the mm-
mandment in which the Bible
said that we are to serve the Al-
mighty with our hearts.
The Talmud (Taanit 2:Ai inter-
prets ihi- rammandmant to mean tifereth jacob (Tempiei. 951 e.
Rabbi N-
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vime com- NORTH MIAMI
rnenianes say that while rn-ayei beth moshe congregation 2225
in general is i-pquireti by Ihe Bible NE 12,st st conservative Rabbi
specific prayers at specific times
and occasions, are mandated bv
CORaI CABUi
JUOEA iTempie; 5500 G'.in]1i Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
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ZAMORA (Temple -^ Zaniori Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Manwall A.
Berger. Cantor P. Htllel Br'jimuer.
41
m
SURTSIDl
MOC.AN DAVID CO GRE3ATION,
o?48 HartOon Ave Ortncdc^. Ral-'-l
Isaac O. Vine. It
2ION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Errol Heltman. 16
Fridas i'i" rurglly hervlee* Satur.
day :i in -i : i >. 11ii11 ,.i ihi
Week
HI ALT AH
prayer, which is regarded as The i tlh A,ve, con.ervat.ve.
>| i wee of n,e Heart. Some com-' mniru miui
"These an' the ordinances which thou shall sel before
them ."
MASTKR AND SERVANT: Heading the li are th. laws to safeguard the humane treatment of slaves, A
purchased H Ouni -lave mu-t Ik- set free by his master after six
years' se vice* If his wile and children follow him into slavery
Ihej leave with him. A Hebrew slave-wife is to be treated as
though -he were free born.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: The death penalty is Imposed
ior th. following crimes: willful or premeditated murder, strik-
B a pa vnt. cursing parent, kidnappinsr. the praetic- of witch.
ii.lt bestiality, and -acrificin- to idoJ>.
INJURIES TO THt: PERSON: The wrong doer ,s made to
paj ni.,-,. tan compensation for injuries he caused. Among the
cases listed are: injuries Inllfctad in a tight danaagts IrrriuoV
corn] eiwatlan for loss of earnings and medical fees; mlscarrhwe
caused accidentally by men during a brawl or quarrel; death of a
human bt inn eaused by an animal whose owner, knowing it to
be dangerous, rails to lake p.oper pracautkms. (The animal is
stoned to death and the curt fixes the amounl of damages to
be paid to the next of kin. i
NEGLIGENCE wn tui.-i.-t <
,i nee
pun-
sheep.
be
..em
' a" add i ompensation as a fine \
' -\ justifiable ho
Kirschenbawm.
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MIAMI BIACH
TORT lAUMRDAlt

BETH ISRAEL (Temple). WC0 W.
Oakland Park BlvO Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant Cantor Maurice Neo. 42

EMANU EL 3245 w Oakland Parkt
Blvd (Reform). Pabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
POMPAN0 BtACH
MARC.ATE JEWIbH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Tempiei 3.- SE Tth Avei
Conservative. Rabi Mcrns A. Skop.
Jacob Dannger ^
HAlLANDAlt
----
HALLANDALE JEWISH = NTei
(Conservative). 416 NE 8-n Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Canto*
Jacob Danziaer.
HOUrrVOOB
the rabbis. The question, then, re-
main- uh.\ God commanded us to
pray. After all, He knows our acudath Israel. 7soi cariyie Ave.
needs and our want-. Many an- j rtno<">,<- ">*" Sheldon M. Ever.
swered this question by saying ; beth israelTTto ioTh st. orthodox.! -a
that man prays to God for bis Rabb' Mordeca. Shap.ro. is beth el (Temple. 1 Ml 8. 14th Ave
own -.ake. BETH laenn- >? w..i. __..- R*'oem. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe 4
otiM jacob. 301 Washington Ave. l-rnlnv v -. ,, ^ ,,,. ..... w ,,.
I.-i.-i ..f ii Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svur. obaervi llrotherh.....1 ,k '',. 'If
First of an, pPByer makl,s mm tky Cintor M-Ur,ce Mamch ,9 |.....,.k. jgJSgj; i,!.".. ih, V *',
Iwlieve that .- ,-an always turn BCTU ,._..^.-* Mr" s'.....* S;i|t an .s.,lur ,
to someone ,n is,r,.s. Secondly, "^^X'WZML!^ ^Wr? $ %
tne exereise of prayer Ls actually Dvd Kaab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 ---------
whil1 n' tetKl, Wjth ^o Almik'h,y "a SHOLoiTi?.^,,). 4,44 Ch.M "K!J K&SSUSXftSJRjiSi
vthlCh makes a man reflect on his *"> L*eral. Rabbi Leon Kron.sh fc-alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold A*
own record In an effort to either I |.-n"?vrK r^.'fn,00",^'u: u ,*
convince himself that he Is worthy|m V....-,k on: I'Snirrtuai raauah
Bf to make himself worthy by|2!! ',lr';',,,s,'. Lo**^ "> '!> tt'ni
promising to better himself :s"u,lLiy '"^'Jl^'.JIl.....
SINAI (Temple). 1?01 JshRfSn St
Conservative. Ratb. Davcllnapire:
Cantor Yehuda Heiltraun.
4*
TM TFILAH. 935 Euclid Av*. Or.
thodo. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
T^JlPcE BE AHM Conservative).
VJ. ^.,.6S,nd *". Hollywood.'
Sky.
22
BE-T"..VOSEPM CHAIM CONCREGA.
22.A
Rtfbbi Salomon Benerrech.
TEMPLE SOLEL* Liberal) net-
Thomas Street, HOHyweod. Raiibi
Robert Frazin.
MIRAMAR
^ bicakirui
lomieide il he kill- a burglar
. ;i;i;V:!'"-;,h-,"*, ro^ver. he is charged with mur-
' a "o=*hreakei durinfi th. la} A thief who is
ro.makp "^"tutionis sold,,,,. uLTol
; r',"- lV "-"--- ear, ls stoTen. dTble^the
:',,""1" ,!" "-' "rticle is lobe paid to the owner This penalty
W "Ughl orbj the trus^ B
,; hv;r;;" uwrbJ"""......*'w*JZn
oi having the article in his possession
THE TWO TABLETS OF STONE: Mose, returned Iron,
w'ri" all the precepts rf, hn bj God
- and read this 'Book ,,: the Covenant' to the
rhey ir.-ian. > responded bj proclaiming ''All that the
Lord hath tpoki n we a ill do and we m ill h. ar."
.....
Prayer is also a form of sacrifice.
Man sacrifices his pride by ad-
nitting through prayer that he is
helpless and has to come to the! tion. 84] Mr,a,an a,c
iid of the Almighty. Also, man in Lust*ei u.roQr ~
the course of prayer, establishes' m*H wZgZnGOAH**m**r,
almost a faee-to-faee relationship RBbbi Dow "ojenowaig
With the Almighty He <.....\inees ..-.^ ctr_ "* Cjn,'- Abraham Ko.ter.
anT"1' 5f V b n'" B,0nP- F""^*"" -"nVton^---------
and secondly, thai the Almighty Rabbl M*"- M.i,ah Mei.med. 23.a rouo| o\nLtr *- j
Ls not beyond his reach. Prayer j .MANU-.L ffSSSTwi Ws.Ma, \V mighty above will, the man h '-, HEBREW *c*n.!.v--------
(>' It a .1, la a horizontal hain Grosl:>r,hodox
le h unites man with his follow
man since tia-ii
Orthodox ISRAEL (Temple) oc SW 3r.th
23 Conservative. Rarr Avrom Dra^n
The
Dn^iVKr"? p,n* Tree ''"'"'"K-iit t,, ih iinlted Sfates
' """" A,e"nder |5 institution will be ,|
1 pro and n,n

errw*rionai sacrifice which 111
quires.
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CANDLELIGHTING TIMF
3D SHEVAT 5:45
^rWr^AAn^n^r/WVVW^V^
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Stern |n 3fJ ,lm
26
Mrs, Sylvan Meyers
Knf,^JH ,snR^EI- 1415 Euclid Ave. MIS sylvan Meyen
Sanr^bra^ gSE* L.....% chairman, will B rnSroS
'" the panel, which will pre-ter
David Smith, a forn er Bi ward
NT.,urnAM w TemP'e) 0h St. and
9&FEBm?ssz,& CTV s,a"' ,eM--u""' **>
ward Klein. ^ pgainsl it.


Friday, February 2. 1973
rJewisti nirkticir
Page 11-A
>r. Walter Zand of AJCommitlee In V Series
Dr. Walter Zand. director of tlw
PCuaiufllttra. ns tho mond
in ker in th<- .-.o a.- /'JudaUw and
pv.-ry Today.' tho protesskMAl
Laiidevelopment program for luii-
brw staff members of tho YMHA.
ring coordinated, In cooperation
aih tho Central Agency for Jew-
Education.
t there la on important differ-
I n
"-, tho pi i- a Of tho pa nee elf-confidence was never
iihaken by anything quite lik--
the Aaflengre of Wcatern indus-
tr,;.; toriety, beginning in th'
19th century. Add tho new In-
gredient of having to moot that
eha!>njcc. calling into question
the very foundations <>t Chi-
nese culture.
voi' can then see Chinese
communism n> no more than an
Instrument or maybe one
should say a weapon tor put-
ting China hark whore every
Chinese firmly beheves that
China outfit to be. And the Chi-
nese name for China, please re-
member, does not really mean
"tho Middle Kingdom." as it h
commonly given. "Hung Kuo"
oan just as well bo translated
"the center of tho world''
which is Just what China was
in Its relatively isolated half of
A 19th century.
At present 1 am also pretty
sure, the new China is at the
ei of on.' phase and the be-
I it r.lntr or another. In the great
renovating episodes in China'8
pa-- the period of harshness, of
latism, of extreme heavy- ,
h n ledness, w a< never Ions en- (
dur *.
ontk THE cWri of the <<<
ha been ful'y cleared away, and
tin new structure of state i >v
cr t-aa flrml> erected, there
was a fun her mutation. In the
earl.er episode*, this took the
fot of a change of dynastj
\- is foolish to expect that sort
of i hange today. But it is not
foolish to exr**1-' another kind
of mutation a mutation that
will make this new Chtnew o-
clety, not more free in our sense
(which is foreign to China*, but
nt least more humane, less pur-
lta'.i.-al. more amiaUle. more
flexible.
Ql'ITF probably that kind of
imiiation has already started.
On the ba-.' of the successes al-
ready achieved, furthermore,
that kind of mutation is alto
likely to build even greater UC-
eoses. economically, technolotf-
cal'y and in many other ways.
T: is matter of China's success,
finally, may well lo the key to
the future. Prime Minister Chou
En-lai Insisted to me. not once
hut at least three times "Wo
do not want to ho superpower.
But a truly successful Oiina
ca:ir)t help but be a superpower.
evn a iuperglant power. The
cou'itry is to.) large, the people
ere too numerous, to penult any
other result.
IT IS THIS, in turn, which
nuvKes me wonder whether the
Chinese Revolution may not end
by seeming rather more signifi-
cant that the Russian Revolu-
tion. Tf China eventually attains
the kind of .vonomic and techno-
logical uecess that China sooms
to promise today, the Soviet
Union wil' be far outdistanced.
Consider how the Japanese
twnomy has outdistanced ao
many others since 1950. Then
ponder the vast tilt In the world
balance that may finally take
place if China really Bucceeds.
Dr. Zand traced the evolution
of the American Jewish community
and then anatyzgd a variety of
sociological, cultural, religious and
economic elements that will influ-
ence the development of Ami rican
fewry during the next decade.
The fortnightly sert was open-
ed by Dr. Alan Rutchlk, local clin-
ical psjchologist. who spoke on
"American Jewish Youth A
Crises in Identity."
Additional speakers who will
liartl ipate in the program for
Jewish communal workers will bo
Rabbi David lehrfield. spiritual
leader of Kni seth Israel Congrega-
tion, "Jewish Tradition and Con-
temporary Issues;" Cantor Jack
Bornstein, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Israel. "Concepts Values and
Observances' of the Festival of!
I'mini;" \ryeh Rbckach, Comrtru-
nitv |. .1 Modern Zfomsrh."
Also Israel Shapiro, director of
the Israel Aliyah Canter: "Con-
temporary Issues in the State >l
Israel." Herbert Z,i Berger, exec-
utive director of the Cenl
Agency for Jewish Education:
"Tlie Passover Message of Free-
dom For Our Day," and Joseph
Y.nii.'h. executive director. Amer-
ican Jewish Congress: "Jewry in
Distressed Lands Throughout the i
World "
The program has ben coordi-
nated by Marvin Lieberman, as-
itant director i Abraham J. Gittelson. associate
director of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education,
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+Jewish Hot id fan
Friday. February 2. 1973 -
3 Social Service Agencies Reach
Compromise On Representation
( mi 11iiid-.I I'rum P:ifj" 1-A
i meeting Jan. 24 of the
board members of the three
agencies and ol the HWC. Stall
members of the HWC also at-
tended \ statement adopted ;it
the meeting and quoted to the
JTA by Leonard Abel, president
oi The Hebrew Home, indicated
thai the HWV ik)I Icy on lioard
membership ol in neflciary agen-
cies would be modified. The pol-
ic drafted in 1970 for imple-
:n idation fully in 1973. is be-
lieved to >e the firsl ol its kind
on a community-wide basis in
the United Stales.
Intensify Efforts To serve
Others
According to the statement.
the Jewish organizations re-
ported at the Jan. 2-4 meeting
I their services to minority
> in the Greater
'\ ishington area and that "they
.. idilj i.i. ed ti intensify their
;- additional ways
serving othi i need in the
'.'. ishington ai i a. The HWC
i epresi tat oncl ided that
' the eting
I the basis f<
elation for mod fica-
1 ion oi the HWC poHcv on non-
discrimination which would
make it wholly consistent with
the full thrust of that policy
and also with the sectarian
values of tiie three Jewish
agencies."
The statement added that all
persons at the meeting eon-
eluded that there was no basis
for discussing the termination of
HWC funding of the three agen-
cies and that they would remain
fully participating and valued
members of the HWC family of
agencies."
Abel told the JTA that, by
agreement at Ihe meeting, no
comments or interpretations
would he made on the Btatenu nt
which he and Harry R. Van
Cleve, HWC president] were
authorized t" make public. Per-
boi a attending the meeting who
were querier by the JTA de-
clined to respond, saying In .i-
tect that discussions with the
media might lead to misleading
interpretations when a full and
amicable understanding had
h. en i eachi d (>ne said "the
statement speaks for itself."
The 150-word statement noted
that "i hi prim Iples of all the
parties wen- fully explored," and
that "sectarian agencies have a
deep and basic concern that the
ne..is of all persons will be met"
but "this cannot mean that the
...i.iiian agency is the appro-
priate agency to serve every
need of every person who may
apply to it."
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[olocaust Exhibition Here To Be
lonsored By Israel 25 Committee
r-
liamatic pictorial prcsenta-
iii the history of the Jews in
occupied Kuro|ie will l>e on
in the Greater Miami area
the sponsorship of the
i 2~> Committee, Mrs. Aaron
chairman of the Greater
ii Jewish Federation Cultural
val, has announced.
r exhibition tour will be
!_ other event! and activities
rating the 25th anniversarj
e independence ol the state
srael which are being co-
ati d by the Israel 25 Commit-
I which Mrs. Burton I Fran I
is chairman.
e exhibit on, titled "The
isl and Reaistance," eon-
ol photographs, graphics and
- portraying the perai
n and murder of millions of
n European ghettos and
Nazi concentration camps during
nore than a decade of tragedy:
.mi heroism. ^^
The exhibition was assembled by
kad Vashem authority in Jerusa-
em in cooperation with the Amer-
ican Federation of Jewish Fight-
rs. camp inmates and Nazi vic-
inis. Cooperating With the Israel
25 Committee in sponsorship of
the exhibition in the Miami area
are the American Zion Youth
Foundation and National Hillel
[ouse through their local agencies,
the Israel program's office and the
lillel Jewish Student Center at
ihe University oi Miami.
The Israel _'."i Committee i< sup-
orted by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the VM and
KWHA i.s the functional arm of
the committee supplying profes-
sional staff under the direction of
Marvin Lieberman, assistant exec-
utive director of the 'Y.'
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hibition in the Miami area:
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College, North Campus; Feb. 2-5,
North Miami Beach Senior High;
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Junior College, South Campus;
Feb. 18-21, Y\V and YYVIIA. 8500
SW 8th St.; March 1-!. the
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>Jmist Fkridfia/n
Friday, February 2, 1973
Befween You and Me By BORIS SMOIAB
Explosive Growth Of ORT
(r). : ii m>iii< Ag< ncj i
Ti:\ \ k.vks is comparatively a small span in
thi' Ufa ol .in organization which will soon
reach R*o years ol ita existence. The ORT which
? was established it;', years ago u>
develop vocational training amonq
Jews comes this weekend (Jan.
20-21' to its annual conference in
Now York with an unprecedented
r cord of achievements during its
last 10 yeat s.
To begin with, the number of
student-, in the vocational schools
which ORT maintains in 2H lands
Is today more than 65,003 compared with 38,500 a
di cade ago. Graduates Insi year numbered more
than ir>.000 cm npared with less than 9.000 10 years
ago. The teaching -mii now numbers more than
2.000 members while 10 years ago it numbered
about l.'JOO.
This data gives in itself a striking picture of
the explosive growth of OKT in the last decade.
The most dramatic fact is, however, the enrollment
in Israel. Of the total number of students enrolled
w in ORT syst< :ns ali over the world, more than
12.000 are in Israel. The ORT student body In I-raol
has mown more than 3tv0 per cent larger in the
oou/se of the last 10 years.
Ten years ago^qne out of three students in
ORTs vocational training schools worM-over was
an Israeli. Today the proportion is four out ol six
OUT mi- also pioneered recently in the opening
of a technical eoUege in Israel which offers two
years of university-level studies acceptable for ma-
triculation at the Technion Israel Institute oi
Techi ology.
Arab youths may now be found in ORT voca-
tional high schools and in apprenticeship centers in
Israel. The} are avidly sought after following their
graduation, and they receive the same pay s ale as
all otlvr skilled craftsmen in the country. ORT
also maintains vocational training schools in Arab-
populated sections of Israel. Such schools, estab-
lished to service Arab youths In Arab areas, exist
now in Nazareth, Abu Gush and in East Jerusalem
The Israeli Ministry of Labor has now designated
the ort to ovgaqiga modern vocational high schools
for Arab students in Hebron, Tiilkarein. Gaza and
in the West Hank.
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
An Arab University
Qi ui\.. \l,l. THE YEARS of the British Man-
date, when the Jews bad established first the
Technion and soon thereaftei the Hebrew Univer-
sity, there bad never been any
. rious move by the Arab popula-
tion to sel up a university of their
own, Young people who d 'sired a
higher education went to the
American University in Beirut, or
to el- Vzhai University in Cairo, or
lse where in the Arab world.
Proposals for a Palestinian cen-
tral univenit) were nol advanced
until after the ereation of the state 0f Israel. The
itive'y cultun Arabs ol the West Bank ivere
not happy with incorporation of their areas into
the Kingdom ol Jordan, and they sought to open
Instltutioi vim h would advanc theit
i yond the mu lest J m
t In ;- d nii :.-,., .;., .
:r dd not aff. I to
a .....
Bedi
and
W | ,|
' to
'..
.-
.- restrict
' i ina-
the nsel a- to
: i "' -It. Tb.- i itii ol
h vi n with pa h
nidst bill tions. it ivas clear.
too, that the new university would have to seek
both funds and teaching stafl elsewhere In the Vrab
ivorld.
Without adopting an official stand. Israeli mili-
tary authorities voiced private opinions. Thousands
of intelligent young Arabs i marge from the area s
high schools each year. They seek opportunities In
life beyond those as unskilled laborers, but there
i- little chance for them to advance themselves.
Conditions of frustration such as these are id >al
for development of resistance movements. Within
the next lew years there will be more than 10,000
frustrated young Arabs in the West Bank, high
school graduates, who will face a hopeless life. This
situation is more explosive than the infiltration ol
actual terrorists from across the lines. Israi I's mili-
tary men. therefore, see in a new university an
outlet for the ener ies and ambitions ol the Arab
llectual.
In the meantime, however, an novc-
. ung up in i- ael S >me Ji .\ feel that
iity wi it .in in-.
tiationa It i
>' men! at the I w hen -; I i to
si itioi '.i Jew-
rxily pi
[si
: I
,
thi Tl ty wi i an
; | -. ion to I- ind in
cent" r : >r cadi cs ol anti-Is ael
:- ii ated and ttei irod than
iki : i nps ol El Fatah
1; wi be tb it between the internal i iv
ol the Ai :: s and the opposition i Isra 'lis,
the new universit) may b long delayed in ii<
.i peai ance.
BOOK REVIEW
Sevmotir Liehiuun
Books From Here And There
|N Jew* in Remote turners of the World (Pren-
Uce-Hatl, $7.95) Ida Cowen gives the fruit of
lur search for Jewish settlements In far-off places.
siv circled the world twice in
order t>> secure a glimpse of our
scattered brethren in exotic places,
and off the beaten track. She
brought to her search not only an
intei -t and an ability to express
hers, if In clear and lucid langlM
but she also brought empathy and
some historical knowledge of the
places.
She sought out her coreligionists for the "sheet
Joy of establishing personal bonds with Jews." n \&
fascinating to read about Tahiti. Fiji, New Zealand
and other places slightly more familiar to some.
e ... India. Iran, Australia, Turkey and Afghanis-
tan, Some oi her ac mint! have appeared in the "Re-
constructtonisf i periodicals In addition
to the delight In reading Ida Cowen's book, we find
further proof that there is the wandering lew.
CUBA, CASTRO and Revolution edited and Intro-
duced by Jai hlicki is composed ol nine es-
says and a pern ntroduction by the editor.
Among the contributors to this important volume
is Dr, Julian Weinkle, assistant professor of his-
tory, who i- known to the Miami Jewish community
as the son ol Esther and Carl Weinkle. Julian is
the co-author with Leon Goitre* of the article "So-
viet-Cuba Relations: The Growing Integration."
The men indicate that Soviet-Cuban relations
have 'hen conditioned by Castro's dependence Soviet aid and Castro's ability to retain complete
control of the army and his Communist Party. The
authors prognosticate thai Castro may be compelled
to restrain fomenting violent revolutions on other
Latin American nations but he wiH retain a con-
siderable capability to make Russia pa} a price
for his coup, ration. Suchlicki writes in his Intro.
Auction that, Despite Castro's overwhelming pres-
ence it seems doubtful that the revoktl on would
collapse were ha to die or become incapacitated"
The book shoud bo of great interest to this
communitj where Cuban- nave made a tre-
ndous impact on the area and have created bi-
lingualism' if not bi-nationaJiara and the question
i- constant, will the Cubans leave or remain
aft i i', -mo?
The ORT is now being described as a Vaietei
of skills." It- vocational programs list 91 distui 1
-kills
ort courses range from traditional occup -
tioii- such as tailoring, plumbing, printing, weld-
ing, carpentry, construction work, stenography at
an all director} of service trades to automate
electronics, tele-eommunication, avionics, chemical
technology for Industry and medicine, and other
modern rrafts.
Special attention is being paid by ORT in I-
rael to immigrants from the Soviet Union. For mai
of the newcomers from Russia the skills and occupa-
tions they bring have to be reinterpreted At leas'
25 per cent of all Soviet immigrants arrive w.
unsuitable qualifications and need retraining. Ma-
chinists, electronic technicians, plumbers and ottu r
categories of immigrants have different levels r>!
skills than required in Isrtel. It is no easj matt
for the ski and ducated to concede that tb.
own achii ments are Inad quate, or not n
Iran-;'.ant.i.'ir without re-study
ORT iii I.-rael i- attempting to bring ibis pi
lem to soluble range through 'n- adult trainii
division. It a!*o take- cue ol Russian Jewish youl -
who are in need of vocational studies.
An inquiry conducted by the Youth Aliyah
Department ol the Jewish Agency evaluating du
acteristics ol 500 Jewish children from the Soviet
Union i-ial>'shed that despite the unusually high
proportion with academic family backgrounds, the
great majority are from -killed working class fami-
lies, They display positive attitudes toward work,
aspiring to technical careers. The education the}
can obtain for reaching such careers is Iven in
Israel primaril} in the ORT vocational scl
system.
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT

To|>ol-Clean-Sha\ en
OR \ I I \\ D%YS Chaim Tojwl was in his hi -
I ,i in Maida Vn
N'*' Voi it to l". I Aviv I caught n
for a quick interview just before h went to
Laurecn BacaH in \ i i*e" at Hey Majesty .
Thi at re on tb
-I
"
un 0 I- Ul n l
I*
-'' n. more at ease t
u-centl) I in q
:' ire. "Th
Up of David I ." It i
t: t.lcvision .,
it v
sh< vn in the : Tl inai
"' ...
by l-.i Sol, with two Richard 1. R n '
the executivi J F. Co
director, who imth previous!} had ked in 1
' lure film, 'Catch a Pebble," still to
," a-, d m the t"rut. d States
A- Tl*] ''I* the JTA, he portrays an Lsi
crustj Sabra in The Going U ol
David Lev." with Rrandon Cruz, the bo} from [Tv
Courtship oi Eddie* Father" TV series as the yot
man whom he hel lends C .ire Bloom plays the
boy- mother; Molvyn Douglas the grandfatti
Both are Jewish and were happy to finally make
'i>- ir debuts in a movie shot in its entirety in Israel
MiJdred Kr,,d Alberg, who for six yean guided
Hallmark Hall ol Far-. H ,.,, .,,
Ejihraim Kishon lot s.Cair famel and Ernst
Kmoj wrote the screenplay.
In spit, ol rumors that h.- had been connected
with tin production of "Jesus Christ Superstar."
ropol -a>.- hi bad nothing to -to with the film
though he remains a friend of Norman Jewison
who made iho musical epic In the Holy Land and
also a Western Billy Two Hats." the latter star-
ring Gregorj Peck.
Among his multiple motion picture plans for I
future, n,p,: cherishes the prospect of portraying
"" ''od m u sophisticated comedy "Gyroscope," a
"" morality ol todays ammunition ty-
*n-\ with ciaudia Cardlnale eostarring and the
continental Nicholas Gesmer a, writer-director.
Gyroscope" has the locale of Switzerland and
niows a n. >v Shavian Chaim Topol,
k


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decto
C. L Clements.
Chairman of Km
C I. Clements. Jr..
PrnxMrit
C W. Chase. Jr.
W J C!itlord.M 0.
M R. Harrison. Jr.
HaraMLKMrtrii
k.btrt L. lurch*
R i'WtVliMui
frankj CelUhaa
omens
C '_ Clements, Sr.
Chairmen of the Board
C L. Clements. Jr.
President
SttphenJ. Waters. Jr.,
EwcutiveVice Prf s LeVin A. 0...
1 lecirtiv* Vic* President/Loans
VICE PRESIDENTS AND
OFFICE MANAGERS; SAVINGS
Alien b amutmrn
Joseph S. Cionfndde
Harry NKingsbery
John G. Oliver
Harry Schtllhammar
Doris 0. StaticBranch Coordinator
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENTS
AND OFFICE MANAGERS
James F. leathers, Jr.
Ransom Mtriem
Henry Prior
Ronald 0 Wade
Robert J. Stock. Assistant Manager
SAVINGS OFFICERS
Charles aurley
Ella M. Cameron
Sy+naGarman
TRAINING OFFICER/SAVINC*
NOW-
MORE THAN
iKlpbilliom
in assets
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, ASSET? 1972 AND 1971 1972 1971* $ 7.208.266 150,000 13,565,503 16.905,603 1.621,106 342.883.800 542.791 2.329,800 2.495.283 2.533.806 605,023 $389,219,875 $ 346.949.341 2,000,000 10T582.599" 1.696.128
Investments-at cost (approximate quoted market value, S38.424.0O0 in 1972 and $31,106,000 in 1971): ..... 12.336,015
17,901.901
...... 38.416.252
456.279,735 ..... 551.325
..... 2.974,100
Office properties and equipmentat cost, less accumulated ..... 2.936,952
..... 2,318.280
Total................................................. LIABILITIES AND RETAINED INCOME 754.86t> .....$508,061,982 ...... $ 460.054.731
...... 2.000.000
10.743.618 ...... 2.207.240
...... 122.671 88.783 688,305 556.000 1.244,305 3,737,012
Income Taxes: ...... 304,449
856,000
...... 1,160.449
...... 4.711.413
Retained income: 14,665,689 8,256.018 22.921.707 $389,219,875

......" 27.061,860
Certain amount! in 1971 have been reclessMad for cetnparattv* purrmn. ......$508,061,982

Robert E. Day.
Secretary and Treasure*
VICE PRESIDENTS
A. C. Schcuitz IIIMarketaaf
Richard C. Tallon
Plant & Equipment
OanieJ J. Thompson II Persoaml
George- W. Valentine
Public Relabons and Advertising
CON 1 ROLL EK
Gerard Sltgt
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENTS
Franco.\t Di BellaMarketing
D.Allen Hall Audrlor
ASSISTANT SECRETARIES
Patricia Albury
Marian Baker
VICE PRESIDENTS /LOANS
Geonje Etheridce
Commercial Loans
Robert H. KinfResidential LoaM
John B. North, Jr Chief Appraiser
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT/
LOAN SERVICE
Gene Wakefleid
LOAN OFFICERS
Robert Kamper
George Lucas
Don.il' Mulligan
Joha Taylor
Barry Wood
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^Fewiisli Floridian
Miami, Florida -- Friday, February 2, 1972
Section B
President Lyndon B. Johnson:
Israel And American Jewry
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Uur.au Chirf
WASHINGTON i.IT-A)
Lyndon Balnea Johnson. Amer-
ica'a 36th Presidenl who iiicd at
his ranch in Johnson City, Tex.,
;.i the as* of 64, is remembered
for blocking threatened Soviet
military intervention against Is-
rael In the Six-Day War in 1967
and preserving Israel's rights to
bordi rs in the del ate that
followed in the United Nations.
Dui pri idi ncy from
Nov. 22, 196 I, after President
Kennedy'i is il on, to lo-
tion Daj in 1969 no
ex sted in the Jewish com-
munity "I rt fi ir Israel's
s :i viva I and ol set ipul i s fair-
i An 'i ican Jew in his
ress in so-
li iii. n for the United
States.
"I le was a man ho neither
knew nor I Ion of
......or color," former
1 Abe For-
I JTA." "He was a
Indi-
1 em I their
0 lalit m : ami mind. He
I and trusted J<
K cai
n i .i hi
I hat I ished."
:, thi
ton lawyi telin -
i
i
' : o- i
1 i i JTA in thi
ican i eo| c have iosl a
i u iio dm/ i. ited
than anj other Presidenl in
Ican history to furthi ranee
ol domestic peace and pro
has l *1 a fi lend who
unique in the history of that
young state."
Presidenl Johnson manifested
- ppi 11 for Israel in numerous
ways. He encouraged Congress
I. vote substantial financial as-
sistance to Israel. He demon-
strated adroitness and courage
eking the thi eal to Isi ael
on June 10, 1967, when Soviet
Prcmii i Aleltsei N. Kosygin was
i n the hoi line from the Kremlin
to the White House with threats
i : the use ol S ainsl
ael.
In iii.s memoirs d in
1971 Th V'anti ;e Point,
ectivea of the Presidency
1969" !':i sident John-
ill d thai "ii thai June
ing in the S:x-1 >ay War.
ni woid" came ftiim Moscow
that tinev. a "i hill" into the
Ml Kosj in was
in the hot line with a "grave.
. ation" in which the So-
i accused Isi a< I of ig-
ihe U.N. resolutions,
of "independent decisions,"
foresaw "grave catastrophe" if
Israel did not cease military ac-
tion, and threatened that Russia
wouk) take military action.
I'resident Johnson asked Rob-
ert McNamara. then Secretary
of Defense, for the precise loca-
tion of the Sixth Fleet. When
Secretary McNamara replied it
v as about 300 miles west of
Syria and 10-12 hours sailing
time from that coast, President
Johnson ordered the American
warships to move immediately
to within 50 miles of the Syrian
coast, breaking previous Navy
orders to the fleet to stay 100
miles away, "The Soviets had
made a decision. I had to re-
spond." President Johnson wrote.
"The United States was prepar-
ed to resist Soviet intrusion in
the Middle Fast."
President Johnson's decision
that morning insured that the
Soviet Union and the United
States would both stay out of
the conflict with their own
forces. It was also a clear signal
to Moscow that this was an as-
surance for isi ael that no power
would intervene. When the Six-
Day War ie an, the State De-
i artment Issued a statement the
t'.S. would remain "neutral in
word, thought and deed." But
Presidenl Johnson's views laid
to rest any hint that he would
allow Israel to founder.
In the United Nations debate,
U.S. Ambassador Arthur Gold-
i erg acting for the U S. under
President Johnson's instructions,
play< d a si tnificanl role in shap-
ing the U.N. Resolution 242 that
was f: ally adopted Nov. -'_'.
!967 ami continues as the basis
for American policies on the
Middle East.
dn June 20 1967, during an
emi rgencj Gi neral Assembly de-
11 te Initiati I by the Sovii
Union ovei Israel's conqui si of
Arab tei i itory, Goldberg refer-
red to the five pi im ., les for
! pace :n the Middle Fast nun-
ciated the day I eforc by I
dent ;, in- i |ress t i
nal F.....ign Policj l i
itors Jol i
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right of nal
for thi inno-
cent ma
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race" and itieal u i
i- 11 itoi ial inte all."
V liil< the as --
Pres nt Johnson
I J G :.,..,; N I.
to discuss a mi nb o Issues
including the Mid '.' Fast ci si
Johnson su led to Ko
that the U.S and U.S.S.R. in-
form each other of any plans
for arms shipments into the area.
Nothl ol the suggestion.
however, as the Russians poured
arms into Egypt to replace its
Six-Day War losses and the U.S.
i' sumed arms shipments to
Israel.
It was at President John-
son's meeting with the late Pre-
meir I.evi Eshkol o! Israel at
his Texas ranch Jan. 7-8, 1968,
during Mr. Eshkol's official visit
to this country that agreement
on the U.S shipm nl ol Phan-
tom jets to Israel was
President Johnson's initial
mitment was for two do/en of
the supersonic aircraft an I more
were programmed for i.....j-term
di livery which is stiil hi Ing car-
ried out. Presidenl Johnson il-
so Invited President Zalman Sha-
/ of Israel to the LBJ ranch in
1966 when Shazar was visiting
Smith America.
Althj igh Johnson ne-.er vis-
ited I- icl, he kept him
informed on the Jewish
and it- r: eds. One of h -
utt -an i
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F< b. 6, 19 I, v hei
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Jcienl Instil
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John : ed to the J .' \
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Secretary of State William P. Rogers makes a plea for re-
opening oi nsgotiatiens between Israel and Egypt as the
first step towards Middle East peace at farewell dinner
honoring Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin sponsored by the
Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organi-
zations. (Left to right* Ambassador Rabin. Secretary of State
Rogers, Jacob Stein, chairman, and Yehuda Hellman, execu-
tive director, of the Presidents Conference. In appearing be-
fore the 500 representatives of the 30 organizations com-
prising the Presidents Conference, Secretary Rogers made
his first public address to a Jewish organization.
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Parents, much more than rabbis
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"his is the cone'u.-:on of the first
base of a nationwide study <>f
07 Jewish boys an,i c:rls who have
e*j leadership positions in the
I'nai B'rith Youth Orcani?atio:i
The results of the study, a re!-
ihoratiw effort of BBYO'nationa'
Irector Dr Max F. Baer and D-
red Massarik. scientific director
f the National Jewish Population
Study, were disclosed at the an-
nual meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Commission iiere Jan. 27-29.
About 63 percent of the young-
sters surveyed c.cdited their
mothers with a maior positive in-
fluence while 60 percent name I
their fathers. Les^ than eifiht per-
cent said their mothers exerted
no influence and 9.5 percent theii
fathers. The influence of grand-
parents was a'.so snown to be sig-
nificant, with about two-thirds of
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c shown. Mrs. Barnett Baron will
reside.
Kadlmah Croup will meet at ,
1 45 ajn. at the Singapore Hotel.
:~h Rephun, lawyer, will speak
r. 'Wills and Bequests." A ques- |
ion and answer period will fo'low.
Ins. Sadie Neleber will preside.
Mphcii S. Whr Grotip will Tiet
, at noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
j Kmanue! Mentz, president of the
M ami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
; sah. will be puest speaker. Mrs.
I Gert Sosna will preside.
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Mrs. Barbara Isan or the temple j
'fice.
| the youth leaders giving them
i credit for at least some influence,
In contrast, only hi percent sail
their rabbis strongly influenced
I hem and 38 percent reported only
minor Influence, Mori than 29 per-
cent reported no influence what-,
soever While 15 percent reported
a negative influence.
Even less important, the study
showed, was the role ol teac-ieii,
On'y 10 percent said it was maior.
while 13 percent cave them only
minor credit. About 34 percent re-
ported no influence md 10 percent,
negative influence.
The study also revealed that the
! notion of pcoplehood was the prin-
, cipdj fp.-tor in the yowtfitei
Jewishness. Most rejerted "ghetto-
izing" as unnecessary to the pres-
ervation of their Jewish identitv. I
Ethical concepts of Judaism j
were vifwed as more important'
. than religious observance, and,
among relisious observances, most
regarded only Yom Kippitr and
Rosh Hashanah as essential to
"beinc Jewish." Rcfraininc from
work on the Sabbath and keeninc
a strictly kosher home were seen
as having the least relevance to
their Judaism.
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**C\V YORK;**WWSe>x*ryMe*,# tilt* wmtched media
power as a new fact of American life. You have huge profits
coning out of it. You have the nation's advertisers geared to
it. You have a government smarting from the blows the net-
works have inflicted, but fearful of seeming to threaten First
Ami ndment freedoms. And now you have Mr. Nixon's spokes-
man on telecommunication. Clay Whitehead, coming out with
n speech that has set the media community on its ears.
The central fact in the whole Whitehead brouhaha is the
Confrontation he envisages between the media power and the
government s licensing power. The airways belong to the
Iieopie. the stations get them free, and the license to continue
this privilege is up for renewal every three years. What a setup
to keep the stations jittery and give the government a chance
to hold vigil over them'
But the trouble lies exactly there: What standards are to
lw> used In making licensing decisions when the stakes in power
ami profits are so high?
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ALTHOUGH CLAY WHITKHKAD IS supposed to formu-
late TV policy for President Nixon, his name was no household
word before his recent Indianapolis speech. Now the lightning
is swirling around his young head. Despite his vivid phrases
about "ideological plugola" and "elitist gossip," he doesn't name
networks, newspapers or commentators a. Spiro Agnew did in
the days when he was Mr. Nixon's terrible swift sword. Nor
does he threaten dire things.
Yet whether he names it or not. the objective is there. It
is there for malefactor and crusader alike. If a station grows
fat and la?y. handing on network fiH-in and doing nothing to
generate its own programs or vitalize its community, it has to
reckon with the relicensinc sword. On the other hand, if it uses
the anti-administration network slu>ws, does nothing to counter-
act them, and perhaps does investigative liberal news pro-
gram.- of its own. it may also have to reckon with the same
sword. The owner may find his head rolling in the gutter and
snmc eager, beamish boy in the form of a competitor syndicate
ready to take his place.
The networks are understandably mounting a campaign to
depict Whitehead as the lord high executioner of press liber-
ties. Whitehead and Mr. Nixon in turn depict themselves as try-
ing to cut down on the detailed regulatory guidelines of the
FCC and. as idealists, averting an Orwellian Big Brother 1964,
which the liberals would bring on themselves.
Both have gall. As Robert Stein says, in his lively book
"Media Power" it takes gall on the part of network execu-
tive- who are drawing swollen advertising profits from a rela-
tively -mall original investment bate, and who tee news mostly
as another commodity to Ik- sold, to wrap themselves in the lib-
ertarian flag of championing press rights I add it takes gall for
the administration, which has regarded the media as its prime
lents, and whose Ideal would he a press and TV accepting
;i government conducted In seen y, to plaj the role of protector
from the 1984 nightmare.
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Xiil-i I* \ BATTLE OF GIANT adversaries, with the
public caughl in between. Neither ol them government and
, ipion or villain. I find the administration's obses-
sive coneern with the me lia, its constant tlefensiveness, a foo Ish
.,.,, Better to do it- work wel and count on the people giv-
i: t .redit.
I find the media's commercialism, its eye mostly for what
is v ndable, its effort to make up for its sense of guilt about this
erasni bj an ea?> liberalism In news selection and coverage
I find this, too, a self-destructive stance
The viewing public directs its hostility mostly at the
media, not the administration. As I read between the lines ol
what Clay Whitehead is saying, he and the administration are
willing to use the popular hostility to counterbalance the media
bias against them. Whitehead talks about the balance of pow-
ers. But he mual know that it is not the old balance between
the three branches of the government but a new one between
the two great power adversaries administration power and
media power.
Mr Nixon and Whitehead are smart enough to disguise
administration power as grassroots local power that of the
"oral communities" whose "needs" and "wants" are to be
measured before a station gets its license renewal whether
every three years or five. By shifting the measuring criteria
from the FCC to the grassroots, they are trying to invoke an
old world to redress the balance ol the new. In a world of
counterveiling powers they may prove shrewd players But in
the battle of these media adversaries, who is watching over the
national Interest In honest, truthful news, culled with Intelli-
gence, presented with fairness?
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vJewist fhridliair
Friday, February 2, 1973
Ambassador Rivlin, Sidor Belarsky
Slated For Histadrut Conference
.\mbassador David Rivlin, Is-
33. .'s consul general in New York
and former senior political adyiser
AMB. DAVID RIVLIN
to Foreign Minister Abba Eban,
wiH be the principal speaker Feb.
13 at the openim,- session of the i
eighth annual National Mid-Win-
ter Conference ol the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation.
- Announcement of Ambassador
Rivlin's acceptance for the meet-
ing at the Fontainebleau Hot-
was made by Moe Levin of Mia ni
!' ach, chairman of the develop-
ment committee of the Israel His-
Wholesale Distributors of
tadrut Foundation and board chair-
man of the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil of South Florida.
Sharing the spotlight with Am-
bassador Rivlin at the Feb. 13
plenary session will be a concert
by Sidor Belarsky of New York,
formi r soloist with the Leningrad
Stale Opera and one of the na-
tion's fojemosl entertainers in
-it. Yiddish and Hebrew
Ri 'rvations for the three-day
l.o may be made at the Mid-
Winter Conference office, Suite
189 i! Lii oln Road Building.
Ad nission to the opening -
ding the concert by Mr. !' -
free, but reservations
Highlight of the conferenci will
dinner Feb. 15 at the Fon-
tainel leau at which Israel Finance
Minister Pinchas Sapir will pre-
sent the $25 Million Award of the
Histadrut Foundation to Dr. Leon
Kronish of Miami Reach, national
chairman of the board of that
ii anization.
A distinguished veteran of Is-
rael's War of Independence, a a-
reer officer in Israel's foreign serv-
ice an.l a noted journalist and po-
litical commentator, Mr. Rivlin
was appointed to his present post
in September. 1971, after serving
as Foreign Minister Ab
political adviser and director of
his bureau. He haJ uv,;,': l>-Ar>"
e.i as the "I'llc of the
; a Ministry a "
its Pi ss De| i "t.
Consul General Rivlin, win
the personal rank ol ambassa lor,
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try abroad In I i ity ol con.
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campaign. Shown vfrom left' Mrs. Caiol Greenberg, Mrs.
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Dr. Chanover, Educator
To Survey Judaica High
H< rbn t Zvi Berger, executive
director of the (Vnt:a
for Jewish Education, announ
that Dr. Hyman Chanover, direc-
tor of the Notional Curriculum
Research Institute of the Amer-
ican Associate foi Jewish Edu?a-
t on, will conduct a survey of the!
Judai -i Hi h School programs of
thi agency, beginning .Monday.
Dr. Chanover. educator and
' "' text books and r
it) : i' for Jew -li e In alien will
visit classes, conduct interviews
".' students, teachers, parents
and laymen, and will design an
attitude survey questionnaire to
I e adm nisi n I to the mo than
'." 0 student: ol th< -I i laica pro-
gram.
'IT. growth of the Judaic < pro-
! i i nine I res I'ted fr -n a
I ite of Hie Planning Commit-
tei for .' w'sh ''. 1 ication of the
\fiai .'. v i-.li Fe li
undt the | Id i f A B
Wiener. "Jo I
lewish studio* as the firsl priority
of the the G ntral Agency
for Jew '.-h i i tion."
Dr. Cl novel i'ho was ord
at tlv Jew | h "" il Semi
navy and r v his doctoral
v. New York University, wil'
also lead a semina institute fo
i ducational dire t irs >:<. the sub
ii t of The Oiei issro im New
P ths f<>r Jewish Education."
In addition h will me witli th
Plnnning Committei for Jew il
Kdycation of the ration an ;.
Second Semester At Beth Sholom Adult Studies
The second semester of Beth
Sholom'a Adult Studies program
has be^un with courses offered on
ecutive with key professionals h\ the Jew
Agency i^l; community! Among other area*
he will discuss the work of the'
National Curriculum Research In- \
-titnte of the American Associa-
tion'for Jewish Kducation.
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To Inaugurate
7-Day Cruises
Sitmar Cruises has announce
a pre-inaugural cruise out of Por*
Everglades to introduce the new
seven-day Caribbean eniise sch I
ulc aboard the TSS Fairwind.
The '. 'lr-ni'ht three-day cruisi
: sehedvled to depart from Po*'
;lades on Tuesdav, Feb. 20
it will vis'l Port an Prince air'
return to Port Rverglades Feb. 24
.....I will begin its year-
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us Santo Dnmii :o and Port
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jjancy.
Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth
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auxiliary Rabbi. A course in bc-
rinner's Hebrew is given on Tues-
day mornings.
On Wednesdays ;it 8 p.m.. the
following courses are offered:
Critical Issues ol the Modern
Jewish Community, instructor, Dr.
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vein.
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students may return home or set
tie permanently In Israel.
Applicants musl be "0 years
SCS.T Reeleets Richard Maa*s
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ass, who was re lected chair-
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t Jewry at a meeting of the
ors recent-
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he past year is teas r.ahle. not
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n the increased sensitivity to the
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Forming New
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Leonard Miller, vice president
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He is the author of "Retail Mc-
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Happenings...
The Vobntfvr Action Center
of Metro Dade Countj
1,1 "' I-!,,i American Red
,1"" '' food, plothins, ,.. ,
*mn ''.' ; lies tor u.
<,;i '' '- ol .,, am \en-
Flfte. olui .. .
un,( <" i i i have h< Ip
etf in In i -.. of
Rc '' s tru ks to Lantea Alr-
nea I shiomenl to th< I
'"' Man i la Thoe inter-
f/,('! Pan atii e can do w
by ci in Rafael Vlllaverde,
Latin R rl c
ft tr
Mori 11 Internationa] Unlv-r-
*i<< and i! Vorontecr Aetlon
Center l nit-i Fund .vi"
po-hoi r nne-day o-o?ram on
Wertne rlav, m 8:30 to 3:30
p.m.. which wi'l ho a "Volun-
teer ..-.f ir Institute." fur
direst of : pr tiis.
WorV .. v. .-,.. .- tminin :
I ... i ),.,. ,)jn ,
1 .m -it. pro '-l
ei-ali i -n- sonno! d '.>>-
ir nt i the > <>f media
lacbaon Memorial Hospital,
ir an effort rs la '.- Inn tl
nurs io rel nui i will
spon o: n r '-. -'< r eo'jrs > f >*
R.X Ma h 5, A-
ai. In< entlve (he hos >ital
wal< --.. $100 foe ror nurs
thai i' i- the
s
O' hildren from
United Fund a jencles In Da I
Cou att. nd a unique con-
cert i;. Alain Lombard and i lie
Mi onic, with nar-
rnt Orson Bean, on Sun-
da; in the new Gus-
man HaiJ.
Tl i Women have been coordinating
the n the children
fron martj United Fund
agen v. provl ling sen ice to
chi'ii!i n in the community, They
will no from agencies helping
hand rai ped childn n, the Girl
Scouts and Boy's Clubs. The
Miami Philharmonic will net""
for!' Prokofiev's "Peter
and the Wolf."
Dr. I lyaaea Van Sptva. assist-
ant dean in the School of Educa-
tiuii at Florida International,
has been nam< I< x< eu1 \\e assist-
ant I lent, Or. Charles
E. Pen v ann l
A irthda' ik" honoring
pr. Kidney W. Fox, professor ol
chen .. lin etor of the
Unlv ity of Miami's Institute
[or M i ular ai I Celluiar Evo-
lution, lia- : publishe
Plen Press New York City
Tii. University of Miami
School Medii i Med -al Fa -
ib held a gem
I, at the h
of Mrs, Emanuel I app iui I
,,- Mrs. Graver Cole,
,: it the Miami Arl C
.. was ni'
I
.
Hrrsi hel Rosenthal, e
vice i len I Fl i Fi I-
. i & Loa n A i!
has
,iirn!- William Kn-soll <
,i I
man," of tl N'ortl
Beach Bi md Be
Grail rtant \ ice
dent ; ,v"
i ',' idy, ; '
h R
tha
I, at 2 i H
-.ir, II present
book
Pria .
norai Ft
Lash. M
munits Cci
Arthur it. Courshon, chairman
0 ''>; board i : Jefferson Capi-
tal Corp., the comn erci il | -
nanclrtg iubsldlarj of Jef e m \
'"> "',-v Inc. has ann >Moed the
appointraaM of L. ,,m r, :. ..
sir>tant/\1c XYti I t'df the
' n.....ial finan>
ft
> ;,-, 'jrnbers ol the Florida
uth Chapter ,.f the American
Instltnv, or Aft'Mtorta will pa -
Hci] ate in a (,anet discuss'on on
"Restoration ol thi Miami Riv-
er"' Friday morning ai!>rding
to chapter president Henry
Riocio. The program to be held
In the County Comintsfion
.chaj'Ters on the second Kour Uw Dade County Courthouse on
Flakier St. starting at 9:30
i-i sr tnsored by F'ori le S
tary ol State Richard (Dick)
Ston#\
Dade County's 22nd annual
Mothers' March of Dimes, a
county-wide collection plan i<>
raise funds to fight birth d fects,
took place lasl Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday, with aboul
1 women, and m iny nv n,
a.i-; at households in all area-.
fames Evans, pres'dent, L. P,
Evans Mercedes-Ben?, has been
elected chairman of the DaJe
County Itoar.l ..r Dtesetors ol
the Bi tti r Bu Iness R ireau of
' '< Florida for 1973 Evans.
;~< is a native Mia nian H has
been id vo as a director I
'' er "f the Dade *'ounr.
Board since 1967
Senator .luck I). Gordon, D-
Dad has announced thai he has
.! a bill which w ill en
th,' Department Health anl
'' hQb'litative Services to mvl -
take a comprehensive prog im
designed tu aid the discovery.
: ttment and prevention i>:
siek'e coll aneriia, l!i addition,
he liill provides for adequate
funding so that these services
may be offered to the publ!;
free of charge. Sickle cell
anemia currently affects approx-
ima f),0( f) A nericans. an I
rarely allows it! victims to live
i md t1'-' age "i -11"1
l>r. Earl Harm, local chiro-
Dractric practitioner and nutri-
tional counsellor, is teaching
nutrition again at the Ha M.
Fisher Community School, i-<^4
Drcxel Ave.
His guest ''ii Thui laj, r,t
3 p.m., was nutritionist Richard
Tal'iot, vice presi lent of Nu
' I Inc.
Stephen earner, president of
the Carner Rank Of Miami
i ha- announci a bank
n i ol '-'7 c-oi!'- per
the seventh cons iti e -.-.
montl ill," whi :h a livldei i
i Lssui d
-r
The University of Kllaitil
School of Music ill ho: i aud -
tions Saturday Fi fO
W '>'- ishlrlg .-. .
sion and for tho
arship assist it
1! 73-74 academic j lar. The
ion -:.-> ;< at 9 a m. it
'; h of Mu campu
^ # ^;
Stuart Rom-, who dire ted tho
Congressional c a m p a i g n for
newly elected Congressman
William Lehman (D-Fla.), has
announced the format on of
Stuart P. Row anil associates,
PuUic Relations and A I Us-
ing, Rose. 26, is the president
of tho Young Democratic Clubs
of Florida and was an a tan n-
istrative assistant to Florida
Attorney General Robert Shevin.
->
.r
lack Woody, Su
i Mia Beach :
Division ann un es on Thurs-
' 8 11 ma I Helfand.
tor of :. va' servi -es for
renlar i Iti/ens \- i'l Dres^nt the
mnd in a series i cturcs
and I ms in co abo iti m
with the Socia' Secui % R
The iro ram w b I at the
S mth Shore Commun l> Center,
833 Sixth St.
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Friday, February 2, 1973
Israel Bonds
Fashion Revue
On Thursday
A glamorous array of hieh
fashion by top Israeli designers
will make an international de-
but at the premiere of the 197.'!
h I Bond Fashion Show at th >
Fonta'nebleau Hotel Thursday,
Fi b 8. with distinguished act-
n bs Sheilej Winters as special
g4 est artist.
Haute couture by rich n ted
designers .is Ruth Allon, Lola
: er, Fii y I iters lorf, Jerry
Melitz, Gideon Oberson, and
Ri ka Shaffir wi'l be dazzingly
!>(! by an International
pd.! trou] e In a aa'a nresen-
m stai bj Jor I in Marsh's
.- on coordinator, Eleanor
ris.
Al- i fi ature 1 will be the fur
ttylings Stefan Braun and
latet i-wear.
M'n the ; remicn

.i i .
behalf of
: I program. Fol-
ia n M
-. ijfo-ns in
. interest it
: '
i vail
lh:i i
Is ai i is a
; sours o( export r ^enu i
ai:d is cted to i ''' rate
years and
Ida for the { row it
ol
all in alk
enl of
a depart i -
':' 1--
For
fa; -.
pea I I
- I
v
ni-h ;;. Li ".
'.. -i be-
lli to
mal '
Israel's D ipmenl Iget,
j [srael Bond Invest-
or helping old firms ex-
pand and new one become es-
tablished. They are a!?o help-
ing turers to develop
a: d u' '.i/'- the most modern and
advanced techniques to ke p
,n high and cos1 eompeti-
1. e.
Moreover the Women's Di/i-
i f the
h and importance
to Isra p
showca- th
of the
[rae Fj
But the nd rea ion for
pss ol Israel's
n rest m Ith
who ite
fa i ion
ik to own at prices
they cai
Admission to the 1973 Israel
i Fashion Show will be base
the minimum purchase of a
$1,000 Israel Bond in 1973. Res-
. rations nay be made by con-
tacting the I.srael Bond office.
420 Lincoln R 4
ALLD: 3 pc. wosl knit; gold metallic long-sleaved blouse;
matching gold trim on skirt and cape.
iiv^oi.1%: o:acK teiry dress with white terry bib; white flower-
ed appl.ques en hem.
BRAUN: White broadtail coat with fox trim
A*bOi v.cuuiny-white long dress; hand-crocheted on wool


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JM SALUTES
THE BONDS FOR ISRAEL
FASHION REVUE
THURSDAY TLRRUARY 8, 1973
AT 12 NOON
FONTAiNEBLEAU HOTFL
MIA.1." I BrACH
.-. ebrate (he 25th anniver ". of
Bonds foi i \\ ling fad .....
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Friday. February 2, 1973
Norma and Harold Abbott had
: >! son, Miles, and liis wife, Ida,
, : a week's visit. They came
in town to attend the wedding of
; a's sister, Judy t '. e _i:!s are the daughters of the
. hi ()ffi nl achs. Dr. Miles Ab-
i it is currently interning at the
n Francisco General Hospital.
. (1 v. 1*1 soon serve his residency
itiii !i the University "f
ornia Mi dical Center. Ma is
thi Hasl in Law School
Franci .-<>. Their olilest son
kvard also lives in Frisco, inn
Idn'l I away from business at
Western Pacific Capital Cor-
ation,
^ .in'. Paul S taffi took
^ in a and Stu to I isne World
w ek nd. Thi > sta; ed at the
m >i tn Hotel where things
. crowded but fun. The Disney
. irgei than thej had
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I all in. Needless to saj ... a
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Dodie and Henry Shier had her
ster and her husband, l.ii and
rack Cottin, as houseguests for a
i w days. The Cottins have settled
from Jamaica Estates, I.. I..
'.a the South Gate Towers on
Uiami Beach. Jack's daughter,
. i t;> Cottin Pogn bin, is the
tuthor oi the book How to Make
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lies I lome Jrvtrnal and is a
i ontributor to MS.
v .wan and jeiiy Rosen hack in
wn after a week's trip to Spain.
! hey first sp< nt three days in New
i York visiting Jerry's mother and
her husband Rose and Sol
Gould. N.'\t stop was Torre-
:rolions. Spain, a fiesta at a
Spanish fat m, t;:. n three days at
i the Don Pe;je Hotel in Granada.
An interesting side trip was a
i droto.l boat ride across to
,u.u.i is What a week!
Jaycee Wrrk
Award Banquet
In celebration ol the recenl Jay-
cee Week, the Greater Miami
lies held an award banquet
on Tuesday evening at the Ever-
K'adt s Hote
Richai <' rstein received the
tstanding Law Enforcement Of-
tn al Award, Gerald A. Lewis re-
ceived the Good Government
Award, and Arden M, Siegendorf
icceived the Distinguished Service
Award.
Judj Ilollan eived the Out-
lini i i< ator Award, and
in T Scholl received the Out-
landing Poll, e i ifficer Award.
Israeli Artists
Featured Here
5 ii Art Show
Leading artists of [srael will be
at ii ed iti an ai t show designi d
h ;hli rhl Israel's ai tistic
nts d'irin rears
' existent e an >.....
iti. Foyce Sumberg, chairman of
ie [srael :."> < 'ultural Ai 11
i' e has announced.
The show will he held, nt the
Waeardi Imports Building, 2100
liscayne Blvd.. and will run from
"eb. i; 23. en the 19th the exhi-
bition will open at an "Invitation
nly" showing from 5 to 8:30 p.m .
'ocktails will Ie served, courtesy|p
Bacardi. For the balance of the
veek the exhibition will be open
laily to the public, and the works
\hibitec! will be on sale.
The art show is one of the series '
i event* and activities being co-
utiinated In the Miami area by the
Israel 25 committee under the
hairmanshii ol Mrs. Burton
evey. Governor Reubin Askew Is -
honorary coairman of the com-
mittee.
Mrs. Sumberg said that under
he Fine Aits Committee of the
srael 25 Committee, chaired bj
.ii Barbara Oilman, three out-
tanding Miami Art galleries have
operated in assembling the
oiks t0 :0 shown. The three co-
: crating galli ries are the Col-
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. ie Gloria Luria Art Galle
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A "New Members' Coffi e" oi
' ib. 6. will welcome re< ently en-
olled vi nteers into the Aux-
i iary ranks ol Cedars ol Lebanoi
Health Cure Center.
Mi>. Ju Schild vice pres dent
>( men'!, rship, will host I
in hei So itl Dade home The Hos
italil ci mi littee Includes Pn
dent Mrs. SandySparber, and vice
Idents, .Mrs. Rene, Brodsky,
Mrs. Carolyn Hi ss, and Mrs. i- ..',.
-inner.
Tlie Auxiliary, now in its 12th !
tear, provides assistance to the
professional staff at the hospital
and conducts fund-raising projects
,n .support of Cedars' current ex-
ansion and building program.
Psychologist Speaker
At Shalvab Mizrachi
Dr. Elaine Neede' psj h ilogist,
w li be i-m -t speaker at the nest
Shalvah Mizrachi Cha I .....|
Ing on Wednesday, V b, 14, at
8 15 p.m. at th hoi Mrs
Al \ Paul, 2525 Pine Tree Dr.
Mrs William Cordon, president
announced that chapter events to
come include n hi pei ware party,
luncheon and fashion show and .
"Israeli Night."
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Dr. Wernick was attendinq the 65th annual convention ot
the Alpha Omeqa International Dental Fraternity held in
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+Jeistirk*/cHan
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V Ladies Bring Service
Patients At VA Hospital
rimcnt of Florida. Ladies jfaat meeting on Sunday
ry, Jewish War Veterans,
-,t, Lillian M. Schoen. an-
the following activities for
lid Broward County auxll-
k:ui Brarr Brown 174: Will
the Veterans Hospital on
iy by taking the portable
fw to patients; on Tuesday,
: Pearl Weinstein will
i the laboratory; on Wed-
| Mrs. Ann Boiler will work
J^ hanna.Til heal department.
Thin si lay. Rose Bennett
brk n the Hospital's Pa-
Library. At the regular
meetin on Tui sday, pres-
-im ii ,1 i ikouii/ will hold
iminations for 1972-73. She
iendship gavel
he 1" nt'a Friendship
|( hail man. Mi s. Irene Coop-
Highlight of the evening
a talk by Dr. LaVerne
i n hi i .'\i eriences working
Idn n in the Bahama Island
Thursday, Feb. 8th, vol-
uill be out tagging for {
Miami SS8: Auxiliary
rs Jerri Bartlett, Eva Koch
Sa^V' iii Silverman w:ll ser\iii'
' at the Vi tei am Hospital
Iday, and on Wednesday
rhilil care installations
Ruth Burman during the
a; hours at childn n -
\ and afternoon at children's
i 'n Tai siia\. hospital
in Jerri u tlett w ill shop
ii patients at the Veterans
rra\ Solomon 48. On Satur-
iyfl mt fund raising night at
at the w abb n [ton Federal,
Washin ton Ave. Entcrtain-
Child's i i. -.ii Land.
i>. h -; ital chairman
Lipton, assiste I bj Sol Lip-
lll\\ ] i.'iviee tile jKU'Ialili' Ifi.'-
'ioae foi i atii ni at the Veterans
>spi-
Miami Hi-iirti 830: Will hold a
gukr 'ii Thurs-
ay. Fch ;ir w .11 hold
in ers foi i ran
ai. i r : asl auxiliai >
resklont i .;. n 1 )eek> ni
t bringing the telecarl to pa-
ints tit thi Vi tcrans Hospital
Four Fre nl o ins 102: Auxiliar.x
leni-ers will enti i tain pat ents at
ne iFikur SiMK -i Hos|>ital and
'.oirte bringing refreshments and
ifts cm -Sunday. On Tuesday,
a.vli .- pn sident Kac Fi instein
ill si ip and fi ni- at the
etet ms Hospital.
VJrtor l. Kreednian 618: Will
old a *pei al I nd regulai
lcct tig on Wednesday at noon at
ne Home Federal o! Hallandale
ith auxiliary president Rose
iech1 presiding.
North Shore 677: Auxiliai >
res; i nt .. Ilieent Whitman and
.illi.i.i M. Schoen will service the
ortai-'e ti Ii ; hone on Sunday at
he Veterans Ho-pital On Tues-
hoapital chairman -Sara Ymm ;
telecarti auxiliar>
ifiliilHTs Hath Stark will work in
h i ;u ks!uii iif:ice and Hilda
U|i-'-.' m thi' del tal clinic at the
''Kill- Hospital.
H, ih ,Ui-Miami Springs 681: Will
at
remplc Tifareth Jacob of Hialeah.
with auxiliary president. Mrs.
Sylvia Levy, presiding.
Abe Horowitz G82: A board
neeting, presided over h> auxiliary
president. Mrs. Belle Horowitz,
will he held on Thursday, Feb. I.
On Thursday, Feb. 8, she will also
ond.ici a regular business meet-
the new home building, NE
160th Si and NE 19th PI. High-
light of the evening will be a
visit from department traveling
riendship chairman Mrs. Irene
"'in' ran who will present the
riendship gavel to the auxiliary
)n Wednesday evening, hospital
nan Mrs, Cril Steinberg and
isFUtents. Bea Leff, Shirley Mor-
ion, Babe Burnstein and Justine
\ ramowitz, will visit the patients
. i the portable I
it th? Veterans Hospital.
Points Bast fins-. Wi'l hold a
neeting at the Point East Club
i m Wednesday, at s pjn
i i i le I i". : by president Vera
In the morning, hosp I i
hairman Irene Siegel and volun-
cers wil service the telecarl l i
ii the Veterans I iospital
llurv ii. Cohen 728: On Sun-
'a\ out : esidenl Rose L s-
insky ill ntertain with a brunch
it hi 'horn (n We Incs lay, un-
i id rshiD of ho>iital
I'aira-aii I illian Kevoe, nuxilian
a n cation hall part'
or a nhu'at >n itients at ilV
Veterans Hospital.
On Sun 11\ afterno in, i
oarty i I be held for n *ident -
,' the Home for the Aged Re-
nts "ill 1 sen l an!
( oioitel David Marc* 718s W H
... eetii u V
la Financi i '
ui NW 183 1 an' 7th Ave
r by pn -i I nt Floi m
a rona. On Thursday, hos
Vinsl '. a .-.: !
'<_,} ran
t hi
: at the Vete
American Savings
Sets National
Growth Record
Figures reeenflv released hv tlv
United States Savings and T-oi-
League show that American Rv
ing and Loan Association or F'v-
Ida had the lnrce-t rwr-enta-e In
crease of assets in ''TJ of thr
nationSs top "blue ribbon" group
of 2"0 largest savin?* and lone
associations. In moving Into thr
exclusive ii---. from '"'> ;n >;
nt" assets in 1071 to l8th in 1 '7 !
American Savinss showed tntn
assets on Dec. .''.1st. 1972, ,,r >*"
million, a gain ol 56.6r,i over I971
I'. S. League off'cia's pointed o'i<
'hat t'ii< ratio of growth was up
i amon the 2 10 lai -'
a ngs and loan as so "iai ions
in Sa\ iii"- "' i i.'in-
\-.-m n< foundc l ii
Shi pai I Bi oad, Mavor of Ba>
Harbor Islands !!' rves n
DR. LeROY DIAMOND
Optometrist
announces the removal of his office to
1875 NORTHEAST 168th STREET
North Miami Beach, Florida
Office Hours By Appointment Telephone 947-5253
Visual Analysis Contact Lenses
Par at
Issn., am
o' the
Mill i-.
his si m,
is president.
The main office the A- recently enlarged and remodeled
has been located for ovi i 2 0 \ n
al the "crossroads" of Miami
Beach Lincoln Rd. and Washing
Ion Ave Three yea aCO til"
state 'hnrtered institution re
ceived state aut^n Its on
branch ofl ici s and the fii si bt anch
was "i tied at Lincoln a i i Alto-'
Rds.
The institution ha< il......
brjanch offices In thi Ni th Shoii
area ol Miami Pn ach an '. the Sail
((cean Mile u a "i Fort Laud i
dale.
Cosmetic Surgery
On I iveT.Y.
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TAKIS PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING OUR 38lh YAH Of UN.-..LtlitU DEDICATION AND SERVlC:
tO CHILDREN IN IME FINEST TRAOIIION UNDER THE SAME FAMIIY DIRECTION
LIMITED OPENINGS FOR MIAMI AREA CAMPERS
National Enrollments including Camper* and Stall Irom Flor.da. Ceor-
gia. Texas. Mexico City. N. Carolina. Calif.. Penna New York. Md.. N.
England, Canada and Europe.
All inclusive Camp Fee includes Round Trip Transportation and Baggage
via Eastern Airlines.
Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours
Campers ar 5-16 Camper Waiter a CIT Programs Beys & Girls 16 and
or 11th grade.
Dietary Laws Observed No Staff Gratuities.

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Daiiirv Tadinore
Idded To Roster
Of Concert Stars
l.,,i. Su hn -in and M" l-1
, i on of he s"
,,-. fom tl !. have
Ih ,i the 15th '
Temole Nor T ii IC nc sti
n itional sii tin \ -'
Geu'a <""'!'. will iNo fi i ire l>i-ar.
Tadmofe one of Hie brighl n
ii ih Am ne.
Mr. Tadmore iv a singer,
comi dian, balla leer classical an I
mode tarist. Dannj was born
In i )n Israel, .- rve1 in
the Isra ,'"i ,1!,,; appe i i
in Paris London. South Ameri i
I ,,a in th" railed State- His
act incl ''ii--- ;|1 En l~'1'
, ,rcv Yi Wish, Italian and Span
ish.
The cone ii is held at I
,,..,,;.; Qn 'binary 17, at a p
For Information, call thi
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THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CSMPINO
o1 is 'Ih ii gh
9 magmluenl *ll wralhrr championship
Niion*iiy ranked tennis pro and 8 inslruclori
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Theii^ w-Whop Nationally aci
Ixtanded canoe Ii -,-. %ni n ling piogu-s
4 indoor regulation bowling Unel
0 hoi# golf ioui- professional Ifislruci'on
English, and Wesletn nding I* miles of trails
I Ham ndio i"d eleti'onu-. phoiognpliy ,o,.
I Supeih intern itioni Stall
ghu
35 oo'-
ng a-,d Wjiale
V, d to Announie tho R.-lu'n o*
IORRT OREGCR
one of Scu"' Florida i loiemoil lennis profesi
a-. ,1 ,,'cici ol our 1973 lennil n ugram
FOR ruRTHCFl INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis. 1104.' P.ir.idell.i Avt-nue.
Cor.il Gables, FI*. Tel. 665-7923 or 665-9147
\\inter 01 Directors
lor Ave. Mis. Earle U. Weinlierg
Pin.. Pa. 19 149 Mr. Louis P. Weinberg
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... in iers ol THE AMERICAN CAMPING ASSN., ASSN. OF PRIVATE CAMPS
GALA CONCERT!
GREAT ARTISTS!
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SOLOMON GISSER
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ENSEMBLE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 8 P.M.
at
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Tickets at Box Office
IS
PINE CREST SCHOOL
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLORIDA
now accepting appicat'ons for resident and doy students
for the 1973-74 academic year
If VOU WOUiCl IlkG a;- college preparatory edu-
cation on a boutifvl, residential campus I -c /ited to consider joining the
Pire Crest progrorr. Pine Crc-' Ifei ct Aovanced Ploce^f' c-" -3
Honors Coursesi al1 mo;oi sport-., and man) em cl men! preg'o-r' en 'i rr.0oe'^,
multi-million dolior con-pes In nortni
To mainl un a cdollengini collcqe preporatcr) Crest's Admissions Con-n-iitee
s.'eks quoi.ty -.tudcnis without leqord to 10. lbov averoqc academic rec-
ords indicate they will benelit Irom and succeed in a v actual climate.
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Ca> Students: Grades K-12
ise address o tk
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Friday, February 2, 1973
President Lyndon B. Johnson:
Israel And American Jewry
l on n muni from Page 1-B
tie country out there flying its
blue and white flag high," John-
ton was quoted as sa> ing.
Jewish political support for
Mr. Johnson was phenomenal. In
the 1964 elections he is believed
tc ha\e received 90 per cent of
the Jewish vote considered
the highest percentage of any
presidential candidate in history.
Mr. Johnson sto id out for his
liberalise while his opponent.
Sen. Barry Goldwater, was re-
garded a-' a hawk on the Viet-
nam war and a reactionary in
social affairs, both of which were
lent to the vast majority
of Jewish voters. It was a tragic
paradox of history, however,
that Johnson, the architect of
the Great Society at home, was
also the architect of America's
Bridge Lessons u
a- I? ***'
102a, Exercise
Offered at 'Y' *
Bridge classes conducted bv
Glen Runyon, bridge teacher, will
be offered Monday ew nines from
7.30 to 10 p.m. under the spon-
sorship of the Adult Education De-
partment of the YM-YWCA.
For further information call
Pat Dillmai. at the V."
Worm n's exercise cl iss< s, under
the volunteer direction of Mrs.
th Diamond, will be held at
the "Y" on Til. sday, Wednt sday
and Thursday evenings from 7
to 8 p.m. Th..... is
I are avails I "Y" '
members i
A yoga class will b offered by
the Y" a- soon as suffici
istration i- received. Persons in-
I in the exi asses >r
in yoga should
Depart ho "Y
massive involvement in the
Vietnam war.
Throughout his political ca-
reer, which covered the range
from Congressman to senator to
Vice President and President.
Mr, Johnson had .lews among
his closest confidants. This was
especially evident during his
presidency. Besides appointing
Fort.is to the Supreme Court
, and nominating him to be chief
i Justice, and his selection of Ar-
| thur Goldberg to he his am-
bassador at the U.N. at an es-
pecially difficult time in thai
area. President Johnson named
Wilbur Cohen as Secretary of
H th. Education and Welfare,
Sheldon '/.. Kaplan as Con
sionei of Internal Revenui
Emanuel Cohen as chairman of
the Securities and Exchange
Commission.
Eugene Rostow was his Un-
dersecretary for Economic Af-
fairs in the State Department
and his brother, Prof. Walt W.
Rostow was his National Secur-
ity Advisor at the end of his
presid >ncy. Lee C. White, who
was on his White House staff,
became chairman of the Fed-
eral Power Commission Leon-
ard .Mark, who was the lawyer
for the Johnson family- t, e-
vision interests, became director
of tin U.S. Information Agency.
Gins mrg, his intimate pei
>r and counselor, was nam-
i I executivi director of thi Ma-
A : Isory Commission on
Ci\ i' DNordi -. familiarly known
,l- tl e Kernel- i ommission.
Dr. Henry V Kissingi
a professor of government at
'' i nten I the Int i
tional set n > as Presi 1' nt '
son's emissarj to Pai li
when ni gotialions were m
way with the Not th Vii t imes
in i nl
Xo t1! Vii tnat In Co essional

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Ribicoff D. Conn., and Rep.
Emanuel Celler, the Democrat
from Brooklyn who retired from
the Congress less than a month
ago after serving it for nearly
50 years.
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LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
IROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-1707
tRANK 6. DOWLING
trlv County Judge'! Court)
.tale of
DOMOSH
id
iOTICE OF PROBATE
Fate of Florida: -
persons interested in
|tate of said decedent.
. by notified thai a w rll -
rtiMK in purporting to be the
:iii! testament of said da-
n* been admitted lo probate
ui i. Y"ii are hereby com
wIthln six alendar months
. <>f tin first publli al
in Paid Court
caui you in. whv
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houlri ii"l stu nil
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5 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY filVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaee
In business umlrr the fictitious name
of PEHIATHir PROFESSIONAL AS-
SOCIATES at 7i">l Galloway Road,
Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Ch-cull
Court nf Dade County, Florida
DRS STEMERMAN. BROWN ANT'
LAZARUS
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPARRER ZEMEL. ROSKIN &
HE1LBRONNER P A
>' lorneyi for apnlli ant
in" N Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Fla.
UAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTKI
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LEGAL NOTKE
>CE BV PUBLICATION
C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 73-2071
\\_ JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
MATTER 'F
of minor child
py

HP EDWARD OLTVERI,
Li i.i:i: DAVIDSON
, I'nknow n
. I'llkonVN n
\l;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
for adoption has bi en
you In Hi' ai."\ e-styled
,l thai you are reaulred to
your answer or plead-
lo Ii on the Petitioner's
ROBERT II. BURNS, BS-
i Lincoln Road, Miami
i.i and file tha original
. ], r|( ,,f the abovi -styled
I fnrl the T day of March,
i -. a Judgment may be
i,,u for the relief de-
omplalnt,
.i ... my hand and seal of
Januars :
tilHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I DUI t> 1 '
li, i. SNEEDEN
11. nuty Clerk
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T |l Bl'KNS ESQI IRE
H,l Bu I
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/E\Th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 73-3'7
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CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1058
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
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Til: RCOEXE REYNOLDS
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YOl' ARE HERERV VOTIF1KD
hi action for I......lutlon of M n -
!,.,. been u
\ .,11 .IV
Ui ivrlttei .!...
VRTHCR II UPSON Esy
\ foi Petitioner, \\ I. >a. addi
... .<' n i: i
1 ll "1.....1 :.
nl | '. nf Ih
oi befon Fehruat
n I so n ii n ill In entei ed
),.u f,.r the relief demand< d
in the complain! i r petll i- -t
This notice shall be publlshi .1 i
i ,i t iveek for four I ^i Ive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDI \.N
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said i "urt at Miami. Florida on this
v ,.f January, 197
RICHARD P BRINKER
v Clerk Clrcull Court
i' di County, Florida
ll\ I. SNEEDEN
As I'inii v '! rk
n ri int (''urt Seal i
i S-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR
DADE COUNTY
formerly THE COUNTY JUDGES
COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No 72-6428
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAE ORl ISSMAX
11, .
To All Creditors and All Pen ns 1 lav-
i 'laims or l ii mands Againal Said
Esl ite
Vou an hi by notified and re-
Hired I inv flaln nd de-
i- which you n
, o| MAE ORl >SSM VN I" -
.
Circuit Judges I' "out I
dunl ui" and as
i.r..\ led Florida
[heir of I Ihi I Ui
i iinhoii fount I
i i t-ndur muni
;
I
J..... vn
K I N
rnev for ,
'
III
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-439
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
MAX CYPEN
I leceaaed.
To All Creditor! and All Person? IT. v-
Ing Clainui or Demands Againal Said
Km ate:
You are hereby notified and reciulred
to present .my i latrn.ll Rl d .l.-iniri'l-
whlch you may have against the es-
tate of MAX CYPEN de eased late of
Dade ('urn-.. Florida to the Circuit
Judges of Dade County, and tii> the
same In duplicate and as provided In
lloi 733 16, Floi Ida Statuti .
their offices In Ihe County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
I first publication hereof, or the Bam.
\\ ill ii,- barred.
Dated il Ml iml, Florida, this 23
da] "f Jan A.D 1978.
IRVINO CYPEN
As Executor
Firal puhlicnl lo notice on
I
Felix Ki kern. Ni unia I S Hi
H lei
Attornej I >r E ci utor
tilling, mi. F
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned; desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE LEO J 1:1' 1.1'MAN i IRAPHIC
ARTS STUDIO at $110 S.W, 19th
Street, Miami. Fla. Intends i" regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court of Darts' County. Florida.
DANIEL JAY GOLDMAN
I _-.; 2 8-9-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COUilT
PROBATE DIVISION IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-?91
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!n RE Esimi ol
SAMl'El. IH il 'IIIJBRl '
11. ..,., I
To All i'i editi i and All Pi i Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Againal Said
Esl ii.
V"ii are hi r< by nol Ifii a and 11
to i.i. n an. claims and di mand
which you may havi against ih
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-6229
in RE: Estate ..f
HANNAH TODD COLEMAN
il......i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and ,\;l Pen >ni Hav-
ing i laims or I li m.i nds A
Estate:
-i nu are hen by notified and r. null d
to pi. -'!. : i laims and di
which you m.i\ h..\ ngainxl Ihi
tati nl HANN VH D DD CO] EM \ n
ised lati t Dade Cou
i n. uii Judi i 11 li unt;

:
Slntuti I i '
U Dade (VunI
Inr n
time of the first publli itlon
or ihi nami v i'i i
Florida. I
.r Jnnuat l \ l> I973
I.....I i '
Ai Vdml r
F -I public il
v v ; '
.. ESSEX
Attoi Adl
lj"> \inoli
2-9-lfi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ~
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-4221
In RE: Estate of
CHESTER A. .NOLAN.
Daceasi NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
. T>> ALL PERSONS INTERESTED TN
T.H I-: ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
Yi u an hen b; nol Hied that a writ-
, t. n InstHmwrlt lMlfpnrtrltg M bi the
last ill and testamenl
cedenl ha Imltted to proi.nte
in said < in t You are hen by i
manded Ithln -:\ ilendai mi
from the date of the fli
,,f this notice to appi ir In said Court
and show cause, if anj you can, why
thi action of said i url
-aid will to probate should not stand
111 revi 'ked.
PRANK B DOWLING
Judge
By MELB \ C DICK
Dcmm Clerk
KI'RT WELLISCH
Atlornev
li vimi i Avi i tie
. | S3134
, notice on)
19"
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ta.....f SAMCEL HtX'HBERG .I--
eeasi .1 late ol Dade County, Florida,
to the Clrcull Court, Probate Division
of Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and :.~ provided in Section
733 16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices In tin- County Courthouse In Dade
iv Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the lime i I the firs! pub-
lication hereof, >t the Bame will oe|
O, i, d ai Miami, Florida, tlii* -^
di t January, A i> 1973
LULL" HOCHUERG
\ Admlnlstral i -
Firal publication "f this notice
the -> day of January, 1973.
l-.AX l-EK .V l-'KIEI'MAN
r.\ Harve.i Baxti r
Attorneys for Adralnlstrotrlx
l>V, NIC 16 li 'i SI i eet
North Miami B< ai h, Florida ,,,_,,.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II '
'eg. j thi undersigm I, desiring engas,
business under the flctltlou
An Camden d/b a M W. Association
I.ul nl i i Box 3393 N'irlan.l I'
Miami Fla 83169 int.-mis t" register
ime with ill.- Clerk of thi Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, I
I 26 2-9-16
on
I i
lii
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|- IS HEREBY Gl\ IN
i ., di ii > lo i ngage li
undi i the fl< tltloui
r \ isl.A DEL CARIBE
;7th Avi nue, Ml i
.. glster said name
tv. .f Hi. Cln int Cuurt "i Daae
Floi Ida
JOSEJ, TRAVIESO
tliat
if
B<
Fla
with
2, 2-9-16-23
STATE OF FLORIDA
PARTMENT OF STATE
MINARY CERTIFICATE OF
PORATE DISSOLUTION
Name And By The Authority
f The State Of Florida
, TO WHOM THESE PBES-
ll M.I. COME, GREETINGS:
is, MAC MKRMELL. M','."'!
HOWARD EKIEI'MAV
Miami Beach, rTorlda: Mi-
I> CHASE. Miami, Floriun,
the HHi day of September,
!.7i cause i" be Incorporated
he laws of the State "f Floi -
;.\, i-i inpi 'RATION a '^rpor-
,-itli it- prtnctpal place of busl-
Mlaml. Dade County In tn<
Florida and wh< reas wen
,,,, .lid on the 82nd day oi
v i. 1973 .ui.. i" i" f'l"';
.fri.-.- of the Departmi nt oi
of Florida, the doc-
j authority required undei
I Florida Statutes, show -
dissolution "f such corpora-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl DiCIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PFI1BATF DIVISION
No 73-4RR
JOHN R 3LANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; RE '
i.\> n 11 \:: \ i: v
i1'
T VII Credit '
n or Di ii '
iIh win. h \"ii n dnst
. .,.,,, of HEN II H MtVEl
. .1 |nti of Dad I u f lorlda,
,,. |h. n. nil Judges of Dad. C unty.
iind file ill. same In dun i nd as
orovided In Section 733 li Fl I
Statutes, .ii 'In Ir offli es In the i un
U Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida within si\ nli ndar montl ( trom
the time of the flral publication here-
of or ih' s.iin- w 'H be bain o
Dated ai Miami. Florida, tins i
January, \ D. 1973
l ..,,,- il Harvi v
Mb hai 1 Harvey
As Executors
Flrsl publication "f this notli e on
the 2nd day of Februai y, 197J
CYPEN & NEVINS
Attorney for Estate "f
BEN II HARVEY
Mihin Oodfn > l:"',,
Miami Beai h, Floi Ida
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
{NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1085
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
. ,.f
,ti ill n c ;: 1.1,. hush I
and
M VDELEINK GILT.
:i i .n 'UN i; GILL
7 South S
iiiio. I., 'ii
i
YOI' v; HEREBY NOT1
D lul '
-
iou an ilred I
your '.' II .....I' l> uses
n kRTHl'R 'i LIP* >V,
for Peiil I
, ... i i
I, and
of the ah 1
.... y 21. 11 i3:
.. i ;, f ii the I til minded In
nee
... i "or fi ui i utive vveeae
in THE JEWISH ri.oiMl'l VN
\\ ITNESS mv hnnl "' ^cal
I court M 1
ihis i6th il '.......
RICH VRD P BRINKER.
As l C lit Cou
Ida
li. L SNEEDEN
,\. Deputy Mi rk
ii- n nil Court Seall
urn H L1PSON
I.. \ for Pi III "
I 1-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to i
business under the fictitious name I
REGGAE RECORDS Bl i nllln"
Avenue, Miami Beach, FT rida Int;
to register sin.I name with Ihe Clerk
of ih. Circuit Court "f Dadi County,
ALSTON BAIR ENTERPRISES, INC
l\\ Alston Hair
Pident
SHIR1 BY WOOLF
Attoi ne
I'M Lincoln Road, Room 211
Bi .'ii. Florida 131
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or tmE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AN D FOR
DAHF. CO' NTY. Fl ORIDA
PROBA_E DIVISION

NOTICE TO CFFOITORS
1 Vt'KEl 1 D,
Di
Peroi
r Dei Al I
I di n
which >"ii n
tate of PATRICIA RENEE JH \' k-
l.-l |-i iRD !.....i lati ol Dade i ui -
,, Florid the Circuit I url I
I,.',,I, County, and fill Ih' si n i in
dupllcati provided In Be. lion
pio, i Statute* Ih. i
, ,., -i Cnut IS Courtl i use In
Dade Coui Is Floridji w 111
endar m nthi fr. m ihe tlm
first publication hereof, or 'i
will be barred
Dated at Miami Florida, this
day of J v '' 1'-'""
WILLIE BH VCKELFORD
As Ail".....
Filed ai Miami. Florida,
das of Januars A I' 1973
M .IAS' BENNETT
... vdmii slrator
117; v i: tilth Btreel
North Miami. Fl

this H
!
NOTICE UNCER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni iTICE IS HEREBY '; i "> '
ii i. eslrlng i
Hot!
RKR VI BEALTl 'RS ul N V\ ill'
sir. I \l ami F
Ih the ('III
Ul r imde i '
l;i \l EST VTK RESI
APPI! VISA1. C> >I!P
E
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Ni", 73-344
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i RE I"--.." i f
LILLIAN Hi 'I'MAN
1
IT'" are hereh!
:
2-9-16-23
therefore, Ih. Secretary of
H hereby certify tp the fore-
id thai i I satisfied that
rements ol the law have
'".'iivEX un.i'i- my hwjej
and the Great SeaJ M
the Slate of Honda at
Tallahassee, the I amiai.
tins the 22nd day of Jan-
uary A D .1073____
IICHAHD (DICK) BTONH
'etary of State
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-2960
(Judge Blanton)
Formerly County Judge"* Court
notice of intention to make
application for distribution
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
IN RE: Eslati nf
jl'IJA C BHEA
,.,'.", ,; I."' hereby given that 1 have
filed my Final Report ''''> V,''.!,''^'.
f,,r Distribution and Final I <
Exi inn-, 'i Ihe i state "f Jl LJA
,,,, .i thai n ihe
SHEA,
i day
till II
ii rabl
ii.n. ii', a. "i" ..i'.''-' -;
,. Circuit Court Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for appi
Mid Final li.'.....-i and tor distribution
and final discharge as I.n. Ul
ate of Ihe above-named deced-
ent Tins 26 .lay of Jai uary, l7S.
ltt TH LINDSAY, Executrix
BERNARD A. WIEDER
Attorney
407 Lincoln Road .....
Miami Beach. Florida M1,^,j.0.M.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1642
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE M w:i:i VOE OF
STEPHAN (JYIMOTT.
Petitioner,
and
CHARLENE QYIMOTI.
Respondent
TO: CHARLENE QYIMOTI
"i i \i.i can Avenue
Y. .c"" AKE ^HEREBY NOTIFIED
,,,.,, : ,,,, fi i Dissolution Of Mai -
ri,..... has been filed against you and
v..,i an n qu ri d to serve a i opj ot
vour written defenses, if any. li
Vhe K"ss. attorney for Petitioner,
. .,,i,|,. n Is 101 nw 12th Avi nu.
Miami. Florida and file thi
with the clerl ol the ahovi styled
our.......r i" fore F. bruars 28, 1973.
otherwise a default will he
against you for the relief demanded In
i......mplaii "' pel Itlon
noti. shall be publish, tl n;
each re'. for four conseeutlv. eks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
WITNESS ii" h ind ai d the
gnld court al Miami, Florida on tins
:: das of I muars", 1973
RICH VRD r BRINKER.
A i uii .'"iirt
Dade Counts Florida
By C. P. OPEL VND
As Deputy Clt rk
(Clrcull Court Beal]
STI NE \- St ISTCHIN
Attorneys of Petitioner
ioi N.W. 12th Avenue
Abe Kaas
Attorney (oi PaUUonar .. t9U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEK.
,NO PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CO.CUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73
C.ENEHAL JURIDICTION DIVISION
CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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this IMh da' Jnnuar
RICHARD P BRINK
As Cl. rk. Cir. uii u
li i. Counn Florida
Bs I SNEEDEN
\. 11, .in \ "lerk
(Circuit ''-" s' '" .,
ARTHI'R H LIPS' IN
Attorney for Petit......r
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IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5580
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l- RE El late nf
i \:: vllllS v\ POLLAl K
ToDAif">edllor. and All Pet
Ing Claims or D< man,is Against Sam
,., i ,,-, bs i otifled and ri uln
to pn nl anj i laims and d.
nu m l huvi ..- j '
I i AZARUS W POL1 V K de-
, .,.,,1 late of Dade C; u
.i unts Judgi s or 1 'an.
and flli Ihe sat
provided In Section i
Statuti -. Bees
ik Courtl u In 1 '"'
i,l.i. .. iilui
the lime of ih>

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND *""*,.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
r-FNERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
G NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
,v i;i: m VRRl VOE OF
ri l-xdA A Ml SICK if"
mSAl.li VYNEMCSH Iv
Vi.DWAN.NK
v.:'
1
Petition.
I '
,11 will
i ; :! J auary.
l9tS RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clet '''''' ur.V,
By. .- p ri Til AND
"l,KITTY CLERK
(Circuit Court S. all ., ,,.
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Dated :.i Mi.m I
das "f N"\ nil" r. AD. L
SAM POLLACK
A- Ex. cutor
on of thli
the 26 day of January, 1973
ARONl IVITZ, SILVER .-. BOO! II
ah.ii n. v s for Exei utor
908 Alnsles Building. Miami. Fla ,
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Page 14-B
* Jewish Hcridfiair
Friday, February 2. 15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6183
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In UK: Estate cf
SA MUEL H. TAI.l.l:y
I leceased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
T. i ALL PEKSOXS INTERESTED
IN Till-: ESTATE OP SAID DECED-
ENT.
You nl herehy notified Mull a writ*
U n Instrument purporting to be the
i will in"! testament of said deced-
ent has been admitted to probate In
i Court. You are hereby commanded
within six calendar months from ih*1
of the first publication ol this
notice to appear In said Court ami
' w pause, if any you pan, why the
on "t -aid court in admitting said
-.-, i to probate should not stand on-
revoked.
J GWYNN PARKER
nit Court Judee
RICHARD P. DRINKER. Clerk
By: NADINE s JENNINGS
Denutv Clerk
I ,\ m m Qinsmrrg, Bsq
Mvers. Kaplan. Porter, Levlnson A
K- lin
..rnevs for Executor
JIM S.\V. First Street
I mi. Florida 33130
First publication of this notice on
the 12 day of January. 1973.
1 U-19-21 -
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-705
NOTICE
IN' RE: PETITK >N I IP
AI .EX A N DER CON TK.
TO: JAMES 11 SPEARS
r 'o Bhenks
tTO rivmoutli Drive
l-e\inrton. Kentucky tn"o3
You are notified that the above-
named Petitioner, ALEXANDER
CONTE has riled a Petition In the
above-styled ourt for the adoption
of the minor child named in thai Petl
lion and you are commanded to serve
i copy of your written defense s, If
any. on I. Brie L.-.-f. Ksii 420 Lin-
- -11 i Road, Miami Beach, Florida
83139, Petitioner's Attorney, on or be-
fore the 2" day of February, I9T3, am'
file the original with the Clerk ol
this Court, either hefore service oi,
Petitioner's Attorney or Immediate!}
thereafter: otherwise a default ma>
he enter.-.I against you, for the relief
demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the Court at Miami. Florida, this 11
day of Januarv. 1972.
RICHARD P. BRISKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: I. 8NEEDEN
Deputy chi-k
(Circuit Court Seal)
1 l"-2 2'2-9
IEGAL NOTRi
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
i R R SKAT COVERS at V-'3
S \V gth Str-.t. Miami. Fla. Intend
register said name with the Clerk
' the Circuit court of Dade County,
Pit 'Iris.
RAIL D FORTES
RAMON ESTRADA
] '12-19-26 I 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-25335
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCIE
REAL PROPERTY
QUIET TITLE AND ORDER
OF PUBLICATION
ROBERT JAMES SOIPA. and
V. INDA THERESA SCOPA. his wife.
Plaintiffe,
VS.
J' HN li. CAMPING, and
EDITH DVVAL CAMPING his wife,
it living and if dead, their
levlaees, unknown heirs at law
1.tain-, and grantees. THE
FIRST NATION A I. RANK OF MIAMI,
a I'liit'-d states Bankingcorp.,
AMERICAN NATIONAL INSl'RANCH
COMPANY, a Texas corporation,
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION, a Federal
Savings and I --.in Association,
>: iRRIS v >X, and JEAN FOX.
Wif< 'f living, and if dead. 'heir
gnknown i..-irs at law. devisees,
legatees, and grantees and any
I all persons claiming: anv estatem
rich!, title, in or Interest to or
upon or ii,.,i thereon or therein,
lands hereinafter described.
K JOHN R. CAMPING AND
EDITH Dl'V \I. CAMPING.
His WIFE
TO All pen s i aiming i y estate.
lie, Intel psi ii or 1i<
ulMin, the i -a1 i"i nperty hen -
ii
hereby notified
i -in- lltll has
circuit Coui
he 1!TH Ju i and
r Dade i all
estate rlgl
ii

U-"e in I
I M 11: \ i l i:
I |{, SIXTH VDD'TK IN
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by
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-.1- ng up 'he estate, right,
. i In, -a 1 i ni">i i
. di -I real property, i lalm-
1 i \ you.
..'. .. Judgment by De-
hall I"- ni'ted against > WITNESS mj hand and seal at
Mi.,mi. Dadi County, Florida this
d.iv "f Ian 1972
RICHARD V BRINKER.
Clerk, Circuit court. Did,- County.
Bs H .1 F' IT
., 1 puty 'lerk
leii'.criT cc iii: r BEAD
M \ ion B. I'-' rroan, Bna,
Bu Ii SO
At tot nej lot i'. iii loners
2125 Bin ;n Blvd.
Miami. Fli i la
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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:
MARRIAGE OF:
PAYS! YOLANDA CALDERON.
and
PEDRO CAIJiERON
TO: pEimfi CAIJ>ERON
I",-: Fort Creep Place
Brooklyn, New- York
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your wrl'ten defenses, if anv. to it
on MAX P. ENGEL attorney for Pe-
titioner, Whose address i- 1401 N W
17th Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Feh.
21 1973: otherwise a default will he
entered apalnst you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal of
-aid court at Miami. Florida on thi
16 day of Jan.. 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By B J Fi >Y
As Deputy ci, rk
(Circuit Court Seali
MAX P ENGEL
1481 N.W 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
l/19-2f. 2 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
i sinshini; MOWER BERVICE at
In Bog 8168. Florida City. Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
CLIFFORD RI'SS
1/19-26 2 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW.
NoflCK IS HEREBY GTCEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Kiss DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
al P.O. Box SI83, Florida City. Fla.
iiii.-inls to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
CLIFFORD Rt'SS
1 19-26 2 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHEI1V OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of s & 0 Services at 1SS N. Plaza.
Suite 1214. Miami. Fla. intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of Ihe
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
Joseph R Bomosa and
Mario Qranda
Leonard J. Kalish
Attorney for applicant
1621 dul'ont Blilg.
Miami. Fla.
1 19-26 2 2-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-72
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
Et'OENE G. SAI'TEH
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsi Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EUGENE G SAI'TER
deceased late of Da.le County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dad.- County.
and file the same In duplicate ami as
provided In Section 7:"t 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade Cotinlv. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
<>r the same will he haired
Dated at Miami. Florida, this r> day
of Januarv. A D 1973
EDWARD O. SAITER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 12 dnv of January. 1973.
Andrew J. Toth
Attorney for Executor
Suite E-9388 Park Drive
Miami Shores Fla. 3.11.Ii
1 12-19-2B 2 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2618
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE. Estate of
ERNESTO ITERTO
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons H ly-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herein- notified and re-
oulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
ihe estate of ERNESTo PVERTO dc-
ceased late of Dad,- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe Countv
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
j within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof.
' or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29
day of Dec A D. 1972
1.1'lSA PPERTO
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 19 day of Januarv. 1973
GROVER \\ EINSTEIN & STAt'BER,
B\ Ronald A Alter
Attorney for Estate of Ernesto Puerto
, SSO Lincoln Road "
Miami Beach, Florida
1 '19-26 2 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-111
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: !:-.it. of
REI ECC \ RANCH SDORF
Dec.
A \:: p. nns 11 \
' >i n Vgali S

- a i by notified and re-
ulre.l I present -. aims and !.
manda which >"ii mm havi
the 'Stale R ERE" TA P. VNOII.S-
P" eceased late of P ide C -u" \
Circuit Ju l|
in.- in .lin ||
is pi. vide l In Section "38 -
Stnluti es In
u in use 1' ('
thin nths
' .i
he same will be 1- I Ptl
i i-.'ed .-ii Miami, Flm Ida, ihia 11 day
' t .la nuarv. A D 197"
HARRY it \ Mill.SDORF
\' Bxi cutor
Firsl nubliratlon of this notice on
Ihi 19 day of January. 1973
RPARRER. ZEMET,, ROSK1N AND
HEILBRI i.NNEIl P A
attorneys for Bbcecutor
loo s Rlscavne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
1'19-2(1 2 2-9
Hnv-
r Demands Agalnsi Snld
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3859
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE Estate of
CARI, R( ISSI i\\"
Deceased,
S'otice Is hereby given that I have
i Final Repot | and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Ex- uior of Ihe tn at) of CARL Rl IS
sow*, deceased: and that on th.- ".
day of Feb., IMS, will apply to the,
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said:
I' .1 Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the es-
tate of the above-named decedexit
This 18th day of November, 1972.
Robert Joel Rossow
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney
612 Alnsley Building
Miami Florida .13132
1 !2-lf-26 2 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-166
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l" RE Estate !
STANLEY STEIN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Bay-
ing claims oi Demnnds Against Bald
Estate-
Yi u -e hereby notltlrd and re-
o nrwentjim- claims and rt>
inands which you may Iinie acalnsi
ate of STANLEY STEIN de
a ed late of Dade County, Florida
in the Circuit Judges of Dade Counts
1 file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 711 16, Florida
Statutes, In ilicir i.fficea n the Cun-
v Ciurthnusp In Dade County, Klor-
I'la within siv rail ndar months from
'he time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred
Dated < Miami. Florida, this inth
nay of Januarv. A D 1971
CENTRAL H WE AND
TRT'ST COMPANY
By Harvey S l.-ingherr
Vice President Trust Officer
As Executor
First publication of this, notice on
the 19 day of Januarv. ]f*|.
Harvev S Ingberg
Atfornev for Executor
Snvder. Tirnar A Stern
1799 N E *4th St.
N". Miami Beach. Florida
I '19-26 2'2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
, ,.,. P,RBATE NO. 72-3289
In RE Estate of
NAT K'.M.l.E!!.
ii k a Natallo Kaller,
ii.-,-. ised
T M,N?T'.CE TO CREDITORS
1IH reditoi and All "
i 'lalnif
i:-1.1 -.
] ii are hereby notified and re-
tiulred to' Presei my cli Imi
mands which you may have agalnsi
.': ,;" NAT KAI i.ei: ..
Clrcull Jti
; tl file Ihe s. m. in
a pmvhled in Section
of"
11,11' Fli ol.. v\ .. vjx ,..,[.
:' rom the tlm. I the
t, ,m,
"'Florida ,hl. ,6 day
H v -i'EL K \i.i.i:i:
,,. As \ Iratrlx
',';s', Pubiicai.......r this notice on
da} r .i ,- ,, ,,,- 1973
n Ron \: BERM W. KRi ,
1 i ney r >r Administratrix
Blsi ;n ne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
__________^^ i 19-26 1 2-9
___NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
ti -r.._ 1N0 PROPERTY)
F. cHwEcSiR.CUIT COURT OF THE
or |NIH JnD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT"
/.^..-.CJV"- ACTION NO 73-717
ACTlkNJ'JA,SD,CTION"DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE F MARR|AGE
THE MARRIACE OF
'and ARC,A- Wlfa
,:';"^V,.VI;,''V ""'-ind
rt PEDRO 0 IRCIA
fResidence tlnknown)
VOI ARE HEREBY
hnl an action for l
' age l been file.
V'-u are reauired h
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N 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 I.E
In the Mailer of
: I. J J .
a minor.
TO: LOUIS JIMENEZ
149'. Popham Avenue
BRONX. N Y
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a petition for Adoption has l.e.-n
filed and commenced in this court and
you are required to serve a COPS
your written defenses. If anv. to it on
M.vron H Herman. Es I'.-titioner. whose address is Suite SO,
jilt. Rlscayne itiv.i Miami. Florida,
and file the orlKlnal with the clerk of
Ihe above Styled court on or hefore
February 16, 197:1. otherwise a default
will he entered against i"U for the
relief prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
.-a'-ii w.-ek f,,r four consecutive w.-.-ks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oltlDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this t
day of Januarv. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As ciei k 1'ii.uii Court
Dade County, Florida
By C P COPELAND
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit i 'ourt Seal)
Myron II Herman. Eso.
Suite .".a. 21:.'.", I'.iseavne Blvd.
1 Miami. Florida
Attorney i"r Petitioner
373-BOOS
1 18-19 26 2 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORJP-
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-87
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
living Pictrack
Deceased
To All Creditors and ah persons H-
Ing Claims or Demand.- Agalnsi g
Estate;
You are hereby notified ami
quired to present any claims and
inands which \.'u m,t.\ have Rga
the estate of Irving Pletrao*. de* 9
late of Dad.- County. Florida, to
Circuit Ju.Ikcs of Dade County, Prol
Division, and file Ihe same in dunlt
and as provided in Section
Florida Statute-, in tll.-ir office*
the County Courthouse In Dad.' Cot
ty, Florida, within six calendar me .
from the time of the first publics'
hereof, or th" same win be barr*
Dated at Miami. Florida, tin- I
day of January. A D 1973
Zev W. Kogan
As Elxectttor
4L'i> Lincoln ltd
Miami Bench. Fla 33139
CA1DIN. ROTHRNBBRQ, KOOAN .
KURNBLDM
by Zev \y Kogan
Attorney for /.ey \Y. Kogan, Kxevuh
4L'n Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Fla.
1/1I-19-26 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6228
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ROSE U LINDSTItO.M
D.....ased
To All Creditors and All Persons H
imk Claims or Demnnds Agalnsi S
Estate:
V"ii are lur.-hy notified ml reo.ulr.-ii
i".....ni an) claims and demands h
you maj have agalnsi ihe estate
ROSE l. H'NDSTROM deceased
of Da.le County. Florida, lo the Cir
Judges of Dad.- County Probate Dl
slon, and file the ame 111 dupli.
and as provided iii Section 7311.1' P
Ida Statutes, in their offices 111 l
County Courthouse in Dade tv.u-
Florida, within six cnlrn.Wr mor
from the time of the first pubheat
hereof, or the same will l- lmrre.1
Dat.-d at Miami. Florida. Hu-
ll, iv of January, ad I97J
LILLIAN RITTER
As Administratrix cta.
Firsl publli Rtlon of this notice
th.- 11- day of January, 1971
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for estate
I* Mi coin Road
Miami Reach. Florida .1313''
I l3-J9-?(! !
NOTIFIED
Hseolutlnn ..f Mar-
si you and
w bitten defenses*"6 aVT V,
on MAR8HALL B F7sHRR?.,,orr.cy
ror etii,,.,,..,-. i, 1P, Rddrees ,. '.,..-,
s Dixie Highway Suite i...... Miami
i-'rrk of ?r' fi'" "......'i"'1 "l"' Ss
,e^e J I" :'I"'V, .,y,*d '"U" "" ^
before February 26. 1973: otherwise
i defaull will i.....ntered against vou
for the relief demanded in tl,.....,_
Plaint or petition
Tins notice shall ho published pace
each week for foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/MtlDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Mid court at Miami. Florida on this
u .lav of January, 19:3
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Clrcull Court
Dole Countv, Florida
By C. P COPET-AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal!
M M1SHA1 I. n FISHER
MRS s Dixie Hiahway. Suite SCO
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
1/19-26 2/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT
IN AND FO'l
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIV.
71-1653
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
hi RE Estate or
\l HERTi i M CARMENATE
11.-, eased
To ah Creditors and All Pel I
Cli in- or Demands Agalnsi Said
Estate:
v. n are hi n by notified and re
HUlr. .1 10 present an) da n
ni lulu tvhlcli vou may hat < a
estate ol \l BERTI 1 HERNAN-
DEZ CARMEN \TE decea 1 rt I:......'
1 >.oi. 1 'ountj Fli 1 Ida, i" ihe Cli nil
' 11 .1 I vol.- 1 'oui I) Probat. I' \ .
aiol III. 111.- sain.- 111 di
pi o\ id. il m Section 7 : I- '
utes, in their offices In Ihe 1' an-
1 y 1 'ourt house In I>.idi ("ou
oi.1 within six ab ndai mon 11 from
ii. me of the flr 1 publ 1 .
ami I be barred
I luted l Miami. Fli 1 da)
- Jan., A D 191
CARL" IS E l: IMOS
v tdmlntst 1..
1 publl. ntli :. nf tins notice on
ii 12 dnv of Jan 191 I
H tSPAK H VLDRICH
Attorney 1 I 1
'.114 Coral Win Miami S31 I".
1 I :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 726559
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Ei lati "(
UPRTl >N COIIN
Dect'i se.l
To All 1 red I tors and All Pcrsot 11
in- or 1'. mantis Aga
Esta ii
*"ou arc hereby notified and r.--
iltllreil to present any claim- and de-
mands which you may have
ihe estate of l:ri;Tn\ CtlH.N .1,
ed late of Dade County, Florida
m the ciiritv Judges ..r Dade t'l.u
and file the same in dm.ii. ate .....I .,-
prot pied in s,., Uon : ;:: n. |. .
Statutes, in their offices In the -. unti
(ourthouse In Dad. County. F
wniiin six nlendar monthi tram the
time "f the first publication h,
or tin same will be barred
, Dated .,1 Miami. Florida, this
day of December, A D 197"
HELENS BLPMBNKRANZ COHN
As EJxe. ii 11 x
i-n-si publication "f th,.,
the 12 day of Januarv. 197::
Arnold Fein
Attoi ney ror Executrix
4JM Lincoln ltd Miami Beai h Fla
____________________ I/I2-I9-26 2'j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NCM ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring t
111 business under the fictlti
of \\ A\Y INVESTMENT
ATES i.1 at 2fl| Collins
Miami Beach, l-ia intend to n
said name win, the Clerk of th
cull t ourt of Hade County
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN '
the iin.l.isiKii.-.l. desiring t,. .-iij;;,,-
business under the fictitious name
Rnee'S I'se.t Cars at IS8M B1
Blvd intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit C.u-
D ide Count) P|i I 1.,
PARK A Rl ISENBI> .. >\|
Bj BERNARD lttSKNUIAJOi
Pi il.-nt
RREOER SCHREIBER
Attorneys for Applicant,*
[MM N E 19th Avi.
North Minnil It.n.-h FI
PHONE 94.-7. .7
1 U'-19-;6 !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Niil ICE IS HEItEin OIVEN tl
thi .
'-' f I'.' 11: and 1 1 i:\ if
~;r Mian H. .. 1
Mid nai
, .'.:, *U Court
I \ FEVRK INC
,..'\.'U v:i KS Ol! \F, .lit Pre
i.R>\ l-.l; \n E1NSTEI a ST tl
'' : W ell E 'i
11 I
<
,____ : 12-1
2th
notil e on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOL*
,. ... NAME LAW
HEREBY HIVE."
.
11-
ENIENT
.' ',......71 S. uih
' uller I 1 ....,,1.
I name nil
1
'. 1 1 \n IF
CI'TI Ell U1DOB, IN.'
.... [.]," KY I. COHEN Pr.
' 'i"\ BU H EINSTEIN ,v ST '
'', Sherw s- uhi Ren
'" Ml coin Rn id
' Rea h, Florida
_________________1 12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIC
NAME LAW
not 1. is HERERY OIVEN '
ui 1. rslgnwl, desiring to 1
'..vi'i-V,. tr. "" fctltlou
"N\ i.\u s-r rISCOUNT Cti .
B 'Oth Street Hlalenh, Florid
in register said name 1
' Ihe di, mi ,.M ,
I-I.....la
CONVENIENT I .. A N FIN'AN.
CflRP
... ,Hj Hnn 1 1. 'ohen, l'r.
HRt)\ ER w EINSTEIN A- STAI
n' shl ui..-r. Bsq
) foi Cnnvenienl Loan &
I- 1 nance
:" Mncoln Road, Miami Beach, Fs.
_____ 1 '1J-18
.,,,, FICTITIOUS NAME
1 HE undersigned knti ads 1
jet ihe ii, tltious name of El. v
IKIRDON ASSI K'lATES
ELAINE lidlilii IN
1 12-19-26 -'
1 engage
-u^ name
ASSI 11 I-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-NiiTlCK IS HEREBY GIVEN I
Uie undersigned, desiring t.. emu
11 business under the fictitious
Avenue of ACTION realty iCmTll "
Cir-
Florid.,
LAWRENCE WE NERr
JOSEPH J UEISENKELD
1 l-M-
Aveiuie. Opg l/.cka. Kla. S.ieM lnt#'
to register said name with th. "
of the Circuit Court of Dade Our
Florida.
LEONARD PECHKNIK
J./I2-19--* -'
k.
'


February 2, 1973
* ipm#> fJvrtdRarr)
Page 15-B
UGAL NOTKf
tlRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
iORIDA. IN AND FOR
IDADE COUNTY
OBATE DIVISION
NO. 73-112
llCE TO CREDITORS
Lii. of
[GOLDHOSH
(. I .mil All Persons Hav-
or Demands AKnillst Said
. hereby notified and r-
lin-si ill any claims nnil de-
li- ii v>u may have acalnst
of SYLVIA 'iOLDHISH
bile "1 Dade County, PTor-
CircUlt Judftes of l>ailn
ill file the sme In duplicate
krlded In Section 7SS.lt, Flor-
cs. tn their offices in the
burthnuHi- in Dade County,
vithin mx calendar months
June of the first puhlicat ion
the simo will be bnrred.
L' Miami. Florida, this It
luarv. A.D. If?:!
Ivin A GjOI-DHD8H
^ikut II QOLDHUSH
A. Kxeoutors
Miami. Florida. Ibis 19 day
\ A D 1S7J
LOOM
or estate
National Hank Bid*.
lacier St
1 'l"-2fi : '2-9
LEGAi NOTKt
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUii COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORDIA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6190
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In REi 1-1-iiite of ......
JOHN .1 EISNER,
Dei eased
To All Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
'itc ClallDI or Demands Apainst Said
Estate:
Vou ar,' hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mands ulin-h you may have acainst
th. estate of JOHN J. EISNER de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
in the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and aa
provided in Section 78S.1S, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
i> Courthouse in i>a ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
nf. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thin 17
day of January. A.D. 1171
ERIC VAN EISNER,
a k a ERIC V EISNER
As Executor
First publication of this notice the 1!> dav of January. 1!'73
TAI.IANOFF A BADER ,E8QS
At lorne) for Executor
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, Florida 331S9
l in-26 2 2-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.IN PROBATE
No. 72-1851
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINALOISCHARGE
IN RE Estate of
FANNY WAN'!
11, eased
NOTICE is herebv Riven that 1 hav. Blue.
filed a Final Report and Petition for fisch. David s. 71. of M
Distribution and Final Discharge as| Rlversld--
Executrix of
bituaries
alpern. Fatinli Ft.....I. 66, of
HttlMndWe RlVersWe
BARAD. Bella. 89. ISO Collins Ave .
M H i lordon,
BORNSTEIN. Amu-. "1 M II Kim r
sidi
; r iii.il nrii'i > ,,,, << -<....... ..-.. -. -
final discharge a!> Executrix "f tIn-
testate of the above-named decedent
This 23 dav of January. 167S.
MIRIAM WOl.K
RICHARD I. KHOOP
Attorney
42" I jni'oln Road
Miami Reach. Florida ( ^ ^ ^
J CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
pE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
Ne. 72-6304
State of
NOLAN.
d
iTICE OF PROBATE
TE OF FLORIDA:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND I OR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-60(3
J. OWYNN PARKER
111 RE: Estate of
\i FRED sissman
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i ,^*i ve *->vw^,b HUI IUt IU LHtUIIUHa
TE OF FLORIDA: To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i'BHSONS INTERESTED IN mir Calms or Demands AKainst Said
ATE OF SAID DECEDENT. Estate:
Si 11 shll Ki.t Ifinil (Vint >i ...1 i ____ B_____a.-. it- a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-161
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK Estate of
BESSIE DORFMAN.
a k a BESSIE BASS COHEN
I |. i i I t 1
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inx Claims or Demands AKainst Said
Estate: ...
You are hereby notified and re-
I i \ -r ,- ie
JAFFE. Bernard N 77, 1883 N E.
I2lst St., N M B. Newman.
LEVIN. Bather, 18, 7183 Cay Dr..
M ii Riverside
MADES. At.ram Jacob. 73, 1337 Col-
lins Ave M B New man
partnoy. Bessie, i", of M B Riv-
erside, interment Sit. Sinai.
rosenbloom, Jennie, 65, of M B,
Riverside
SKOLNIK. Sam. 77. |l>17 Collins Ave .
M.B Gordon.
TAPPER, Irvm. 4. :t Island Ave .
Mil Gordon
WAGNER, in l eo A *:. of f:.,i
Harbour Riverside
WOLFSON. William. 75. of Miami.
Riverside.
lassky. Leo, 68, of N M U Levitt.
Interment ML Sinai
BLACKMAN, Hack D 66, of X M B
Riverside
BRESSICK. Clara. 7s. of Ml: Levitt.
DOCHTER. Aaron. 7". 171" NE ll'lst
SI Riverside
Kstate: ... si mv.rsiue
You are hereby notified and re- j ESSEs. Isaac 78, ol M B Riverside,
quired to present any claims and mands which you may hjve attaint* | Av,. M h Blaabent.
You are hereby notified
THANK B. DOWLING
J Circuit Judpe
IPv MCI.HA C. DICK
Denutv Cleric
IEIJJ9CH
aria Avenue
Abies. Florida 33134
publication of thlH notice on
>v of January. 1S7S.
4,19-26 2'2-9
t CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
iENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|NO FOR DADE COUNTY.
IDA PROBATE DIVISION
.bate No. 73-21 (Blanton)
DTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of
" RICH.
-.1
-editors and All Persons Hav- i
is or Demands AKainst Said
hereby notified and rc.iuirrd
i.t any claims and deffnandl
ii may have saalnst the -,
MiHRAY RICH deceased late
County. Florida, to the Ci an-
s of Dade County, and Hie
In dunlicate and as provided
i. 7:;:iih. Florida Statutes, In
res in the County Cou"hous.
< '. imt>. Florida, Ithln six
months from the lime of the ;
at Ion hereof, or the sami
months from the time of the first
rtubheation hereof, or the same wiP
be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of Januarv A D. 1973.
STEI.I.A SLSSMAN
I54S1 S W, 147th Avenue
Homestead. Florida
As Administratrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the l dav of Jnnuarr. 1973.
ARTIU-R L MILLER
Attorney for \rimtnlstratrix
Leeside Ruildinr. P O TV>i 13.14
Key l^rito. Florida 33"37
1 19-26 2 2-9
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 73-14-va
ACTION FOR DISSOi UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN PI" .
HENV1K cm I TVS. also known as
BEN NT COLLINS
Husl-and
and
BETTT JANE HALL i<'U I. INS
Wife
TO: BETTT JAM: HALL COLLINS
R .-, V,, i po
Wnlthurvllle, Oeors/la
YOI1 AUK HEREBT NOTIFIED
Ihnt it lion for Dissolution of \\
< been filed aaalnst vou '
v, ., i.. -. ijulri -1 '" werve copi ol
\ our rltlen rt< fense, if anj. to It
II SIDNEY BFRONSON ittoi icy f"i
Petit r. w hose sddress Is 612 Kit
i. Rids ii K.B Ave Miami,
K'o. rt and file the oncma'
I !.. i. rl, -,f ihc -ii- ve Btvl I
.......... !-. -. Fi h !8, 1973
ii di f.-ult will he in, I
,. ii for the !- lit I demnndi d '
i iv.l.linl or I" 111 ion
Tiii- | tin nhall nul hi d
. ,-: in .....iilive v
m-- i WISH FI 'RID1 \N
w IT> ESS n> hand 'hi
;. \|| mi Flot Ids -"1 tliis"
-1 : \ 1973
HICH v I1D P RRINKKR.
i Circuit Ci -ol
i "oiii F'i
, m. p, raoni Hav- Bv R \i KI"EE
i I leniai d \L.nn-t Said A- Bi >UtJ Cli
- ,.......Si 11
herein notified and re- SIDNEY EFRONSON
> -. Rl 111
Miami I -
' -,
the estate of BESSIE DORFMAN
a k a BESSIE BASS COHEN deceas-
ed late of Dad,- County. ">***;*
the Circuit Judges of Pad- Pnuniy
Probate Division, and file the same
, duplicate and as provided in Sec-
,, 733 16. Florida Statutes, in their
' f es in the County Courthouse In
I DVde County. Florida, within six cal-
; endar months from the time of the
f'r-t publication hereof, or the sami-
W&Sd%T M... Klorida. this ll.h
' dav of January. A.D 197.:
Herbert Cohen
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the !! dav of January. 197:
SPARBER, ZEMEI. R08KIN AND
' HEILBRONNER PA
Attorneys for Executor
inn n Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 331SS .^
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 RE: The Marriaae of
MIGNOtnrE HELEN MARLO.
Petitioner
and
FRANK MARIA
Respondent
TO FRANK MARI/1
in Elisabeth Nudo
SIS Wiltshire Road
Cpper Darby. Pennsylvania
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ave M b Blasbent.
GROSS. Louis, 68, 1"" West Ave .
M It Riverside
HANDLER. Samud. 86. 688 Euclid
Ave., M B. Riverside
HARRIS. Michael. 65, of Lenox. Ave.,
M B Gordon.
KLEIMAN. Abraham. 71. Ol Sui f-
side. Riverside.
KRONE. Myer, 60, 1330 Collins Ave.,
M B Rlveraldde
NITZ. Cuss 11 77. 640 'cuaii Dr Mil
BlaaberK. ,
PERKOWER. Sophie, SI, l",in < ol-
bns Ave M ii Blaabem.
ROSENFELD. Rose. 79. of M 11
Riverside Interment Mt Sinai.
SCHNEEWEIS. Murray. 71. 1""0
Weal Ave M.B Blasbera;.
WEISS. .Mori ic. fi7. 1459 \\ ashineton
Ave MB. Gordon .....
WISS. Dr Joseph. 68, :M0 l ollins
Ave M.B, Blasbera.
ALPERN. Molly. 68, of Hollywood.
Oordon.
CUTLER. Harry. 7::. of Hallandale
Levitt. ,
FRIPT. Paul. SI. I4fl Park Ave..
M.B, Riverside
HAZAN. Morris. KS. 7:IR Ocean Dr..
MB. Cordon
HOFFMAN. Leo, 72. SMS S\\ SSth
St Gordon
1 LAZAR. Nathan. 71. IMS BricK*ll
Am- Blasbera. ..... ,
1 MALVIN. Herbert, 60, of Hollywood.
Blasbera .... ,,
markowitz. Murray J.. of N M B
. palmer, Gertrude K 6*. ISO ^"-ih
Si N| H Riverside
I PENKOWER, Sophie. SI. of HollJ -
wood Blasbera: ... ,
rosenman, Jennie, 88, 14S8 l^i
nox Ac, M li Riverside
ROSENTHAL. Max. SS, of Miami
Riverside.
thTJ'an & ffGSLvSVVS: SILVER 77,s. 60, .550 C........ Ave
zrJrJssJft ssr. tt$\MJfissi...- -.
your written defenses. If_anv. U>Jl J&grgfc ,,,,.,,,,., Nr(h
on
larri -1
ii Miami. Florida, this 2Hth
- lllb-I \ Ii 19" !
BESS RICH
Ai BSxi i-utrlx
.....Lion of ibis noth
oi' .l.innar v .
DC PTOL Ml
i- i I *.\, ir rix
Pi el Mill mi I: el
I 12-1
[COUNTY JUDGES COURT
I IN AND FOR
E COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7?-5016
ICE TO CREDITORS
II f
Vli i II.I.i IUGH
WEINBERG. Ethel, 91.
YATCh'miNkTj'uIui-.. 80, 18810 NE
-,i 've N M B Blasbera:
ANCONA. Frank J 69. of Miami
en'gel. Albert J 70. of Miami
Riverside.
id
., pini
, Rivi rslde
KAPILOFF. Horotb> \
I'll Ill M H RIVI l "' ,.
LEVY. Edith v 52. of M B River-
BUDKO l b, Ol M II ''*
SCHWARTZ. Ruth. 71. 39 I SB
si lit vet
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open frerr Doy Cle$e4 Jubbolfc
V40 SW.57IH Ave. MO 1-8583
^Mioir.i'i Only Stritliy lewith
Monumrnt Oeoler
111 ,->. Ill aii\ !. Ims and de
you may have acalnst
nf -i wik E m. cri.i orcii
Dade County. Flor-
jll I unl v Judaea of 1 adi
ii,l fill the same In duplicate
i' idi d In Beet Inn 7SS 16.
Italuti ir- theli ,-ffices In
in ti n in Dade Coun-
|dn. v, Ithln six cab ndnr
..in the lime of the first
<*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-1736
in Hie lime ol ibe Tirsl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hereol or the same lll GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
in Ri t: Man Ian ol
Miami Florida, tbls Mh ji'ANA SI'AREZ. wife and
, i \ n 117-.1 noM INGO 81'AREZ. husband.
F.RNARD THOMAS TO DOMINGO St'ARRZ
As Fveculor Residence t nktiown
kubilcailon -" no.....lice on1 yor ARE mm noUflil that s
19 dnv of Januan 18 | Petlth-n !-' u-i-n .f "''
T'lh^creel.'Mlan,. Florida, | .... ^^S^SS^.
I ESTER ROOERS BSQ whose atl-
,1,,.... is 1454 N W 17th 'venue. l-
:IM. Kiorlda, 8SIS5. and file the or r-
lal uiib the Crerh ol the above -Mb-.
, rourt, on or before this Snd das of
| March. 1978 or a H. fault will be en-
tered aaalnsl roy ,.
Hated ibis .:! dav nf Jan 197.1.
RICHARD P BRISKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: R R S1IKA
| .Circuit four, S.all ] ^ ? ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW |
NOTICE IS HKRF.HY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, deslrini: to enaakTe In
business under the fictitious nam-- of
LAS CADBNAS FFRNITl RK AP-
PL1ANCK8 at 6L'6r. S \S Bird Road
Miami Fla. Intend to reaister said
name ith the Clerk of the Circuit,
Court of Dade County. Florida
MIOCKI. A HKilKRA
UI-.MEHS1NDO F. LI-ANKS .
1/26 2/2-9-16 I
9
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AtTORNEYS!
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'ist> ftoridUain
its your legal notices.
We appreciate your pa-
tronaqe and guarantee ac-
"jate service at ideal
Dial 373-4605
on'GEORC.K SAMPAS. ESQ. Bttor-
nei for Petitioner, whose address Is
Law office of Shirley Woolf. 42" Lin-
cnln Road. Room 111. Miami Beach
Florid* SS18S, and file the original
v itb the clerk of the above Btyled
..,,, .,,, ,vr Tiefore 1-ebruarv Jl 1^7^
Xrvvlae SVfa-li jrill I....."tered .^e-me ,,
a-alnsl vou for the relief demanded In o'tlen.^
thTh7sTXn. sn-^rr-nublished once ^ HAUVBY, B, n I, 5I3
. b eek for foul.....n-.ee,Hive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTD1AN
WITNESS mi hand and the son of
.,,,1 ,,..! al Mb....._ Florida on Ihl-
i -i.i\ ..f January, I Ml
,.,,-n mm. P BRINKER.
,\, cierl 'in uli Court
11 idi i "ounM Fl"i da
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, i. \''-.i: s \ ipas RSQ
v,....., foi Pi tltlnner
i-.. i incoln Road, Boom '" '
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Phone SS1-8417
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIA' CI""OIT
OF FLORIOA IN m FOR
PADF COIINTV
PRORATF niVIlr,N
POOBSTF. NO 7?
FRANK B DOWLING
i- i i- i: itate of
BFRNARD .1 KATZ
f NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T Ml Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
ins Calms or Demands Aaalnsl s.....
Vou are herebv not 11 "I ,1 .
\ io j>re> eiit any claims snd di m n
1 which von m-iv lav :..... the -
a', .r BERNARD J KATZ dec.,-. '
i ,,, nf I lade "oiin'v Florida Io I
l-ii..... Judres f l' ide I nunt> and
file the name In dnnlt, u. and a- -..
vlrted -., s Ho,, 718 16 Florida Si i]
,, | their ofriees In the ,' '"",M
Cniirthniise In P-ob- County, I- nrii R
Within sl\ calendar months n..... m*
ion. of 'be "-* ",,i,n, ition hereol
or the same win be barred
Filed al Mian"- Florida
day of .lanila'v A li 1*71
RUTH K,
\. Rxi N -iiiv
Fir-i nubllcatlon of t'''s
III,- ft il:i\ ,.f .1:11111 i I97S.
HARRT El'KERNICK
Attornev for Rxecutrts
I'n i Incoln IM
Miami Beach. Florida ...... ||;
Sherwin. Edith 7". 929 Meridian
Ave., M F: Riverside Interment
Stat uf 11-' vid
STONE. Nettle, 71 17 NW ::.'nd PI.
i lordon
WERTHElM. Rosalind M 63, of
Miami Riversldi
ZIBELMAN. Ml ndel, 64, of M B.
Levitt Intermenl Mt. Nebo.
ackerman. Sam. 63, ii"7 Merld
Ave M I: Blasbera
COHEN. Harry. 71c of M.B. Xewn
Interment Ml Nebo
DITI.iiW. Israel. 7_ of M B Rlver-
ELFENBAUM. J; ob. 79. 7"" Euclid
Ave. M l: Blasbera;.
FALK. Charlotte. :::. of Sunns,-.
I.oVU!
FLEISCHER. Jo-.-ph. 71 12" Royal
1-aim ltd Hialeah Gardens Rive -
Id.
landau. Samuel, 63, of M B. N.n -
man
LIEBERMAN. Albert. 65. 16293 C
lins Ave M B Riverside
NAOY, Baudor BS 7...... Bonlt* Dr..
M li Blasb) ix
REUBEN. Sadye, 72, -'-1"1 Washington
Ave M B Neu man.
SCHWARCZ. Malvln. 91. I66S6 W
Dixie Hwy., N.M B kirdon. In-
termenl Sl.ir .it I'avid
FLECKNER, Lillian. !'. 601 Cllln*
Ave.. M.B Nett man
GOLDEN, l.-na. "J. of M B R ver-
side Intermenl Ml Nebo
MITCHELL. Herman. 77. ol North
Miami Riverside
SALOVON, Sam 71. II''"'' NE ifnh
Dr. Riverside
TEITEL. Benjamin, 60. of Miami
Beach. Riversldi Intermenl Mt
WEST. Su. Y M. 671 Sky Lake Dl
\i B Blasbera:. ... ,.
ackerman. Ja.l. L. SS Riverside
Interment Mt Nebo
BAUER. Samuel 7V ol lilonx. N \
Cordon.
BERLIN, Murray, SS, of N.M B.
bonapa'r't. Jack, or M B Riverside
calig. Thomas. 78, ? Ocean Dr..
, m h Gordon,
' EICHENBAUM. .lax Leslie IS. of
Sunl.nid Trninlna Center. Miami
Rordon Interment Si.....I David
ERDMAN. Helen. 78. 29n Collins
Ave M.B Blasbera
GLASS. Janet 67 of M B Newman
HELDENMUTH. Alfred. 7s. 1600 1'-
, ltd M B. Riverside
HURWITZ. IrvlM Whitney. 7:. ol
M B Riverside.
' KLEINMAN. Kate 77. I- NE 65nd
' light! ol'oixe. 68. ol M r. Blasbera
MARCUS. Sol .1 ol M B Riverald.
, Interment Ml Nebo
, MEIZELS. c.ubeii, .... 88U Haw-
thorne A-.- M B Riverside
ROTHBART. Abe. T. I""" th SI
Bay Harbor 1- Gordon
TITLEMAN. Clare. 77 S8M Indian
Creel. !>r M B Kit rrslde
' WOLFE. Samu.l P 66, of M B
Riverside
"SCHOR. Eva. 66 I MM ,:''"":,ir" .
M it Blasbera-. Intermenl Ml >
SILVERMAN. Theorode.
Collins Ave M B Newman
smith. Bettj 66, of Pembroki Pin
Levitt
TAPPER. In in ''1. S Island Ave .
.,| B o.rdon.
WEISZ, VV'llhelm, 75, ";7" Bay Rd .
M i: Riverside
WOLFSON. William 7".. 1083
Venetian Was R verslde
aller. Zara B 66, IS.....laj Rd .
.\i ii Neu man
aptel. Lillian 7s. ,.f M B. Rlvei
side Interment Ml Nehn
BLOOMFIELD. Jack, 7c IK.'
|:i\ .| .\l B Ni w man
HALL. Mlllon P K4. of M II
R1 v i i si di
. JACOBS. David, nf Hollywood
Riverside
' ROSENBERG. Hum II 77 id M ':
|{ .i side
Palmer's
Miami /Monumenf Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miumi
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabb. h
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NOTICE "?"-CR cic.TITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlna In enaraae in
business under the fictitious name nf
MARTOLGA FA8HIONS at 3d 14 N NV
:'i Ave. Miami, Fla Intend t" rea-ts-
t.r said name with lh Clclk of the
Circuit >.iirt of Di'lf County. Flm Ida
MARIA ANTdNIA RI'IZ
UIA1A HERNANDEZ
1/26 2.J-9-16
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TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF
Wf
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TOP US CHOICE WESTERN
Boneless Crossrib Roast
$149
lB.
1
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN TH|CK CUT
London Broil
SHOULDER LB
$149
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF kWfc^fc C
WChuck Roast ,7 V
ASST'D.
COLORS
CHARMIN
TOILET
TISSUE
PKG. OF 4 ROLLS
TIDE'S
IN. .
DIRT'S
OUT!
TIDE
Laundry Detergent
49-OZ. PKG.
limit 2 pkgs.. please with other purchases of s,
or more excluding cigarettes
LIMIT ONE PKG PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 30<-P.P. BRAND
iKi
HALF GAL.
CARTON
LIMIT ONE CARTON. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7
, OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
'. 1 FAVOR'TE
I 11 RE AM 8
Hunt's Ketchup jbz 49c Borden's Cremora 7^* 79
SAVE ON COUNTRY FRESH FRUITS A VEGETABLES!
EASY TO PEEL-TEMPLE *^ M IA Bv m
ORANGES 10 49c
THIN SKINNED FLORIDA
Juice Oranges
MARSH SEEDIESS
10 49c White Grapefruit
5 49
all Flavors
Master's Yogurt........... 5 ?uP2s 99c
SAVE I 8c AMERICAN KOSHER
Franks or Knocks
FOOD FAIR
89
12 0Z QOC
PKG
SAVE 12 ON 3 PKGS ALL VARIETIES FROZEN
Banquet Cream Pies uoz pro 29c
Creamed Cottage Cheese cS 79'
120Z $41J
CHUB I
58OZ QQ(
pkgs Qg
AMERICAN KOSHER
Salami or Bologna
SAVE 10 FROZEN chicken Kit turkiv
Banquet Pot Pies
Scxoitc /tyfxUfVi Tfyt. KJiuuUnfrd &n*W (fadtt
ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER
WADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
IN OUR MODERN BAKERY
J
SAVE 16 PICKWICK
SAVE 40' LB DELICIOUS LEAN
Cooked Corned Beef "T1" 59c fngiishuifins 4 5 .
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Friday, February 2
197:
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY FEBRUARY *
AT ALL FOOD FAIR 8 FREDERICH S STOREf
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
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S AN IMPORTANT REASON FOR OUR SUCCESS
REGULAR
OR
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PERK
P.P. BRAND
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1-LB. BAG
LIMIT ONE BAG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHA-.
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r GA. FLA. GRADE A'
4LsJM:i:-"ii:Iil
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WHOLE BREASTS
with mis
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THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
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Miami. Florida Friday. February 2, 1973
Section C
Greater Miami's Jewish community paid tribute to Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin at a recent
m luncheon held at the Fontainebleau Hotel. National Jewish community leaders from the
United Jewish Appeal also attended the luncheon meeting honoring Ambassador Rabin,
who is retiring after serving five years as Is rael's ambassador to the United States.
More than 250 Jewish community leaders attended the lunch-
eon honoring Ambassador Rabin, retiring Israeli ambassa-
dor to the United States. Left to right, Harry A. (Hap) Levy,
general chairman. Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJA-IEF campaign; Ambassador Rabin; Myron J. Brodie,
Federation's executive vice president, and Joseph H. Kanter,
a member of the Federation's campaign steering committee
and a former CJA-IEF chairman.
Dr. Irving Lehrman and Dr. Leon Kronish delivered the in-
vocation and benediction at the luncheon honoring Ambas-
sador Yitzhak Rabin. Left to right, Richard D. Levy, a mem-
ber of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's campaign
steering committee; Dr. Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom and associate chairman of the 1973 CJA-IEF
campaign; Ambassador Rabin, and Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-FJ and a member of the
Federation's campaign steering committee.
Goren Urges Free Religious
Services Provided By State
JERUSALEM (WNS1 Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goran has urged
the government to provide Is-
raeli citizens fro.- of charge re-
ligious services such .is marriage,
burial and kashrut. but not di-
vorce which Involves expenses on
both sides. The rabbi also said he
planned to raise the "Who is a
Jew" question with the political
...
NIXON MEIR MEETING
KEY TO FUTURE
TEL AVIV (WNS Am-
bassador Yitzhak Rabin said
that Premier Golda Meir's
meeting with President Nix-
on in Washington March 1
will be a key point in the
future development of Isracl-
U.S. relations. Rabin, who
met with Nixon and presi-
dential advisor Henry' Kis-
singer a week ago at the
White House, said the U.S.
will attempt to bring about
proximity talks between Is-
rael and Egypt under its
auspices with a view to
reaching a partial agree-
ment to reopen the Suez
Canal and to create tin? con-
ditions for an overall settle-
ment. He said U.S. arms sup-
plies for Israel Beamed as-
sured for the near future.
Rabin's meetiiMT with Nix-
on and Kissinger was de-
scribed as the envoy's for-
mal farewell to the chief
executive. He is scheduled to
leave Washington in March.
Israeli sources described the
meeting as "very friendly"
and said it touched on the
"Close relations" between the
two countries. The ambas-
sador was in Israel this
weekend on What was de-
scribed as a private visit and
|0 consult with Mrs. Meir j
on her trip to Washington.
jmKM I MUM.......;.,M:n-l- ........ M1 <" '
parties with a view to amending
Israel's Law of Return so as to
stipulate that conversions to Ju-
daism must be made In accord-
ance with religious law.
Rabbi Goren also disclosed that
he Intends to set up a supreme
world rabbinical council in Is-
rael, composed of outstanding rab-
bis- and Torah scholars from Israel
and abroad, to discuss the major
halachic problems that arise in
Israel and diaspora communities.
Rabbi Goren defended the involve-
ment of religion in Israeli politics
and Insisted that there could be
no division between religion and
the state in Israel. He said the re-
ligious parties had a right to exist
because they were unique and be-
cause of the role they played in
building the nation.

New ZOA High School
To Aid Afro-Asian Youth
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
Zionist Organization of America
will establish a technical high
school to help close the educa-
tional gap between Israeli Jewish
youths of Western and Afro-Asian
backgrounds, a gift of $187,000.
contributed by Sylvia and Alex-
ander Hassan of Washington. PC,
wi'.l he utilized to erect the
school's first building, and will iy
matched by the Israel Ministry
ZOA president Herman L Weis-
Education.
man said the school is the first
Ventura in a $10 million program
to provide a secondary education
for up to 1.000 teen-agers annually,
primarily those whose parents
come from Middle Eastern or
North African countries. Israel
spends more than $1.2 billion an-
nually on education second only
to defense but the government
is currently able to subsidize free
schooling only through the ninth
grade, Weisman said.
Michael Pelavin, chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal's Young Leadership Cabinet,
was one of the national leaders present at
the luncheon honoring Ambassador Rabin.
Left to right, Mr. Pelavin; Howard Hirsch-
field, a member of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Young Leadership Cabinet;
Ambassador Rabin; Melvin Morgenstem,
chairman of the Federation's Young Lead-
ership Cabinet, and Howard Scott, vice
chairman of the local Young Leadership
Cabinet.
Robert Russell, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, extended a welcome
on behalf of Miami's Jewish community to
Ambassador Rabin and the national lead-
ership of the United Jewish Appeal. Left to
right, Ralph Levitz, a member of the Federa-
tion's board of directors; Mrs. Levitz, Ambas-
sador Rabin. Mrs. Robert Russell and Mr.
Russell.
Paul Zuckerman, national campaign chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal, chaired
the luncheon honoring Israel's ambassador
to the United States Yitzhak Rabin. Left to
right, Saul J. Morgan, a member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's cam-
paign steering committee; Irving S. Norry,
a steering committee member; Ambassador
Rabin; Joseph H. Kanter, a steering commit-
tee member and former CJA-IEF general
chairman; Charles Rosenberg, a member
of the Federation's campaign steering com-
mittee, and Mr. Zuckerman. i


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* Jen isti fk rSdifor
Friday, February 2, '.973
Convalescent And Nursing
.Homes Fill A Major Need
- -^
Hebrew Home For Aged
Offers Personalized ("are
T many Insl Itutiors
itioi alized. We warn '" -:'
.1 from institutionalization,
aild nii\ii|- .1 n-Miii mi- lOI inf
. \\ hich la more like a per-
nal home," says Sidney Siegel.
executive vice president of the
K<'i row Home f"i the Aged of
1 I!, ach, 320 Collins A\ e.
The Hehrvw Home for the Aged
i^ a non-profit, non-*ectarian.
rommunit) owned institution
which provides for the sick and
elderly in four capacities: nursing
l;.re. skilled, custodial care, ami
i e tor the chronical!) ill.
The Home was started 15 years
i>-'> in a modes) two-story building
on Collins and 3rd St. The original
tiucture has since been com-
plete!' renovated. The refurbished
! ii<;.ii; now houses approximate!}
resident patients \\li<> require
1. minimum amount <>f
Next to the original building, a
.. .n. foui -stui> uing has been
which now provides a home
highl> trained professional
1 111 foi 106 patients.
\i. dii u. e each patient
1 .' iw n doctoi. \ resident
- I..- ;- a'ailable in the tv
. nd ach flooi is staffiil with two
three registered nurses, li-
ruu I 'i act cal male an I female
ai les .11 il orderlies.
Ii'. llip'i.. has been accredited
'i. 1 ii American Hosj ital Asso-
rt ion ind is al iti with all
1 1 in nations at ii ns ich
iho National As* ic itioi for
Jew -11 Hums* fui the Aged, the
S rlet>. ami the Amer-
ition Homes For
It has 1 insl ee-
h a -
sj ,,.. Mt. sii
. itist
Si lne>' Siegel has more than
it of experienci in the care
.n.l rehabilitation ol the aged.
He has served in the following
I .isitimis: director of Bronx New
Vork Veteran's Administraiton
Hospital, V. a. Hospital in Hast
Orange, and as assistant directot
of the l.OOO-bed Brooklyn Hebrew
Home and Hospital for the Aged.
Oliver Manor
Joins Hialeah.
Ramsey Homes
Quality nursing services are
offered li\ three Greater Miami
nursing homes operating under
new common management with
individual administration.
Operating under the slogan oi
"Loving Professional ''are at Rea-
sonable Cost'' are Oliver Manor
Nursing Home in Ninth Miami
Hialeah Convalescent Home and
Ramsey Nursing Home in Miami
1 Hiver Manoi. 1253 NK 135th
St set \ ices thi entire tfoi Ih Dade
area with both registered and
licensed nurses "n dutj contin-
uouslv and ancillarj therapy
available.
The Hialeah Convalescent Hume
bi 190 \v. 28th St. an I Ramsey,
located at 8785 N\\ 2n I Ave,
I rovide similar facilities Each ol
thi thi 11 homes : 1 Ii thera-
icutic diets, with patient activities
on both group and Individual basis,
aximi m rchahilita-
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ONLY YOU CAN
GIVE ME "DIGNITY"
IN MY LAST YEARS
4 O*
For Many The Time Left Is Too Limited.-..
Most Are In Urgent Need of Medical Care...
THEY SERVED WELL ...
FORSAKE THEM NOT
The Task Of Our Generation Is Clear
We Must Now Build Again .
So That Our Aged & Chronically-Ill May Live Out The Twilight
Of Their Lives In Dignity And Peace
Nourished By The Strength Of Our Goodly Heritage
And Our Community Commitment .
NON-PROFIT-NON-SFCTAR!AN
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Poid for by the friends of the Miom. Bcoch Hebrew Home For the Aged


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+Jenist FhrxJian
Convalescent And Nursing
Homes Fill A Major Need
Friday. February 2, 1973
North Shore Secures Medicare Approval
North Shore Nursing Home, sonable rates.
9380 N\V 7th Ave.. was completed
in 1970 ami is Medicare approved
..nil completely air conditioned.
The centraly located convalescent
home provides physical and occu-
pational therapy and offers rea-
A barber shop and beauty shop
combine with the attractive menus
to provide residents and patients
with a feeling of comfort and
concern. North Shore is a non-
sectarian nursing home.
$. #. .V

* & ^ *.
Total Care Package Listed
By Four Freedoms Manor
Four Freedoms Manor, a Miami
B< ach nursing and convalescent
home which has introduced the
concept of total care is located in
the quietest section of Dade
County at 42 Collins Ave., a block
from the Atlantic Ocean.
Acclaimed the modern nursing
home of today. Four Freedoms of-
fers a package program with one
monthly charge. The package In-
cludes everything the doctor pre-
scribi including room, dietician-
rvised meals, speech and phys-
ical therapy, occupational therapy,
oxygen, laboratory work. X-rays
and all prescriptions plus full use
of the many facilities at the 220-
unit, three-story building.
The ultramodern facility, super-
vised by Four Freedoms vice pres-
ident Sanford Hildebrandt. is a
unit of the famed Four Free-
ns National Medical Services
I Co.
President W. R, Steinberg and
Harry D. Stone, executive vice
president, report excellent re-
sponse to the total care concept.
Knowing just exactly how
much it's all going to cost is one
of the big factors that aids the
recovery of a patient and provides
peace of mind for the family,"
Mr. Steinberg points out. He Is a
leader in such community cause:
i.s the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation and many non-sectarian
organizations.
Dr. Charles Beher. well known
geriatrician, is medical director of
I Four Freedoms Manor.
Royal Glades
Has Kosher
Facilities
Royal Glades Convalescent
Home in North Miami Beach
maintains strictly kosher, meat
and dairy kitchens and provides
daily services in a beautiful syn-
agogue on the premises at 16630
W. Dixie Highway.
Dr. Alvin Stern, director, notes
that there are new, separate Med-
icare, private and geriatric wings
and that bus transportation is
vaialable for South Beach resi-
dents.
An attractively landscaped gar-
den patio, with a barbeque pit for
cookouts, a shaded fishing area on
the Royal Glades Waterway and
roomy station wagons for regular
rcaTurel "** si8h,Se For Retirement
Sheffield Center
Stresses Therapy
Sheffield Convalarium and Phys-
ical Therapy Center in Fort Lau-
c'erdale is a fully accredited mem-
el of the American Nursing Home
Association and provides care by
registered nurses on a 2-1-hour
basis.
Located conveniently at 2675 N.
Andrews Ave., the Center is Medi-
care approved and has a full-time.
registered physical therapist.
Jean Sadow, administrator,
lKiints out that a homelike, whole-
some atmosphere on spacious trop-
ical grounds emphasizes Sheffield's
motto of "Personalized Manage-
ment."
Physiotherapy, occupational and
recreational therapy, enclosed gar-
den courts and barber and beauty
shops on the premises add to the
comfortable feeling at the Shef-
field Convalarium.
Rooms are spacious, airy and
tastefully decorated. All are air
conditioned and centrally heated.
A central nursing station is the
Lincoln Manor Retirement Hotel
in Hollywood proudly calls it-
"A Little Building with a Big
Live Oaks
Features
Closed TV
nerve center tor around-the-clock ,,., AIfonso s,-meh,-z is ad-
" Ucal care. The physical therapy ministrator of the non-sectarian
nenl is bolstered by a sauna facility at 2144 Lincoln St.
'.:nm Finland. ,,. ,. ,
Birthday and holiday parties are
features for guests. Residi nts are
both men and women v. ho do not
need nursing care, and pleasant
companiionship is an ass< t.
Lincoln Manor has physicians'
services available around the
clock, is a member of the Holly-
wood Chamber of Commerce and |
features courtesy cars for nearby
at shopping centers and houses of \
Live Oaks Nursing Home
2200 NW 26th St. in Miami | worshll>
stresses that it is the only con-
valescent home in Florida with a
closed-circuit monitoring system.
The facility enables David Burack.
administrator, and Natalie Karl-
ton, director of nursing, to main-
lain the highest standards of
patient care.
Jackson Manor
Flagship Of Group
Three convalescent facilities un-
der the same, experienced man-
agement serve all of Hade County.
... _. with the slo'.an. "Personalized
A hsuliary of Mediatrics, Inc., Ca. f ,,,.. ,,,,. n Y ,,,. ,..'
Jackson Manor, a nursing home
in the heart of the University of
Miami Medical Center area: Arch
a nursing and convalescent
ade of experience in the Held
with homes operating throughout
the United States. Exl nsive ther-
! .Oil f i' OdiiM.mnnt ^......1!---- M-_ I
cpeutic equipment supplies the
greatest opportunity to accelerate
n rovery.
A dietary department is super-
vlsed by a professional dietitian,
and registered nurses are on duty
24 hours. Piped in oxygen is avail-
able in every room.
Live Oaks features a fully-
equipped physical therapy depart-
ment including a sauna and a
therapeutic swimming pool super-
vised by a licensed physical
therapist.
home adjacent to North Miami
General Hospital; and Snapper
Creek, a nursing and convalescent
home adjacent to Baptist Hospital,
form the group.
SnapiKT Creek serves the Ken-
dall and South Dade areas from
its location at 9200 SW 87th Ave.,
a mile west of the Palmetto Ex-
pressway. Arch Creek services the
North Dade and Miami Beach
f;reas and Jackson Manor is the
Central Miami focal point of the
modern group of nursing and con-
valescent facilities.
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J" Friday, February 2. 1973
i
*Jenis* flcridlian
Schiffman Heads Labor
Leaders Visit To Israel
Page 5-C
Herbert------PTrTRY"
SPrllrTrtl in,
presidenl ol thi Hoti I Employees
Union fLoca] 255), will lead a del-

We would like to havF ywTTome
nexl May when the jx-opie of la-
1 "ill b" celebrating ihe 25th
, anniversary >>i independence.
"On that occasion, I know you
will be pleased to tee for yourself
the progress we have made with
your help In building a land of
freedom and a home for manj
thousands of Jews."
Minister Ahnogi said a program
for the group is being prepared
that will include meetings with
various members of the Israeli
HCRBtKT SCHIIFMAH
egation |a lead
a '-' to Ii 15-22 al the
request ..: Israeli Mir ster of L
.T f Al
nan hi ......en ac-
t in Jewish cam u I, thi
his eff hi-, si m do
have bei thn
li 1171, hi
ceiveci ..-,..;
I the Is-
' itioi can ron-
fi foi
b< h i
r i-ition i
you
a
)} omen9* ORT -)
Plans Valentine
Fashion Show
Gulfstream Chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold Its* an-
nual "Valentine Fashion Show"
tnd luncheon on Wednesday, Feb.
14, al 11:30 a.m. in the Doial
Hotel.
in charge of reservations are
Mrs. Clifford Pierce and Mrs. Iia
Si Iwyn.
Mi s. i 'I if ford Pierc president <>f
the chapter, i-. co-chairing this
event, with Mrs. Ira Selwyn, spe-
cial projects vice president and
o-chaii n ..ii ol the day. Mrs
Murray Sonnetl will be eommen-
ial : foi the Fashion Show by
stii at< -.
used will be allo-
d the l RT School
i t.
Koverriment at wmcli plans for
providing employment for ih
growing number of immigrants
will be discussed.
The Israel Dinner of State hon-
oring Mr. Schiffman two year-
ago was the first evenl In the
southern United States to he spon-
sored jointly by hi ads of labor an I
managi menl on behall of Israi I
Bonds. It was attended bj a ros-
ier of leaders from government,
labor and mana ;ement,
Mr. Schiffman helped organize1
the hotel, restaurant employees
nn\ bartenders union and has b ei
its presidenl lor over a di A
resident of Miami Beach for 22
years, he has been active in numi
ous civic, non-sectarian causes and!
ine Israel Bond program.
Having a good time at the annual Corner Bank VIP cocktail
party held Jan. 20. are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman, of
the Famous Restaurant, and Robert Goodman, Miami Beach
vice mayor.
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+JmUl! fhrHt&n
Friday, February 2, 1973 "
OpioiiM'trii' Assu. Honors 3 Doctors
Shfllrv Winters
Emanuel Pushkin, O.D.: F. Pauli|Wen( and vice president of the I.. *A| rjo]((**
AI Playhouse
Archer, O.D.; and Jack M. Widder-
1 in. O.D., were honored rec< ntlj
le Had,' Count) Optometric
i ition for 25 years of mem-
lp in the American Sptomct-
> A sn.
Dr. Pushkin is the past presl-
"' ol the Florida and Dado
nunty Optometi ic Assns., and is
m< mi. 1 ol the Florida State
11.; ol Optometry.
Dr. Widdershe m served as pres-
Dade County Optometric Assn.;
was treasurer of the Florida Op-
tometric Assn.; served as Chair-
"'.'11 oi the Inter-Professional
Relations Committee; and i> a
Fellow in the American Academy
di Optometry,
Dr. Archer started his practice
:n 1949 in Miami, served in the
armed forces, and resumed his
practice in Homestead.
'Heart Throbs" Fashion Show
Pamela Chapter, Cystic Flbro-
- s, l' is scheduled a St. Valentine's
Day fashion ho-- nn*',lwi'*i
fiur Wednesday. Feb. 14, at the
Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. Mildred Gor-
Dii is chairing the affair to be
lied "Heart Throbs."
Fashion coordinator and models
.....m mbers of the Btscaync Can-
League, and a highlight of the
- 1.!-.,,>> wl" ho a Miss America
eant of 192.1
tainment il! featnr*
singer Candy Scotl and Hill Ray-
mond and Pnina of the Thunder
bird Comedy Box.
Bar-lllan Here Feb. 8
Israeli pianist David Bar-lllan
will perform Feb. 8 at Miami
Lk'acli Auditorium in a recital
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League. Mr. Bar-
Man's recital is the fifth in a
current series of eight programs
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Prize winning play. "The Kffcrt
.Gamma Rays on Man in-the- .
Moon Mar golds" on Feb. ti at the
i ii'.unit Grove Playhouse.
The production, which also won
both the New York Drama Critics
Circle award and Obie award, will
play for two weeks through Sun-
lay. Feb. is.
The play is aboul a mother
i Miss Wintersi bringing up two
daughters. The mother is an ackd-
tongued slut, wears a dressing
gown all day. smokes too much,
doesn't approve oi housework and '
drinks whiskey from a tooth mug.
Miss Winters can currently lx-
seen on the screen In "The Posei-
lon Adventure." She has starred
III over 40 films: a partial list ol
which Includes "A Double Life"
(Academy Award nomination), "A
Place in the Sun" (Academy nom-
ination"!. "The Diary of Anne
Frank" (Academy Award!, "A
Patch "f Blue" (Academy Awardi,
fhe Great Gatsby", "Executive
S lt ", \ ght of the Hunter".
"Lolita" and "Alfie."
Ximral. Ensemble
Saturday Nighl
On Miami Beach
Tlie Farband Zimrah ensemble
concert to be held on Saturday
Feb. 24, beginning ai 8 p.m. at the
. | Miami Beach Auditorium will j
feature folk singers as well
stars of the opei i and the inter-
national cone, it stage.
Guests artists include Miss
<. netta La Bianka, soprano,
Solomon < iisser, bai iton.
Shmuel Fi rshko, Israeli i.....
oser and pian > vi
onducl the Zimiv
which i- compised ol '
mand liti

'iin P
'
com i \-
Vrtists Needed
Tor Carnival
Local artists and hai ri
can sell and (.
al the Purim Cat nival s| on;
by Temple Beth \m Sisterl
Sunday. March IS. on the Ti
grounds 5950 N. Kendall Dr.
Registrations should 11
through the temple office, or >
l halrman Nina Meyers.
A .special arts and crafts Si '
will be set aside on the carnix
grounds. Among items sought
Daintings, sculpture's, stitchary, '
I macrame, photography, candles
and ceramics.
CAMP REPRESENTATIVE
For Excellent FIFTY YFAR OLD Pri
vote Resident Summer Camp tx-
cellent Proposition. Write (10, Box
2973, Miami, Fla. 33101.
Newly installed officers of the 100 Club of Dade County,
include left to riqht. Euqene M. Troop, vice president; Leon
ard L Platt, president; William Blart. treasurer and Warren
Katz, vice president.
condominium
location ever.
Announcing the opening of our Porkwoods
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into o spacious 2 or 3 bedroom family
or adult luxury condominium priced from
lust S26.800 to $37 000 A beautiful view
of a championship golf course, blue
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Tennis. Gyms. Saunas and more No costly
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CONTACT:
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Office 655-5473
Nights X Weekends 848-6343


Friday, February 2, 1973
ftm*#c#> rit aeje 7-C
*
Announcing Senior Security

It begins
at Independence Hall
Exciting living in a secure
environment That's what
Independence Hall is all about.
It is one and two-bedroom,
and studio rental apartment
convenience, designed with
the privacy of a home. And
with features that give you
independence and peace of
mind! Such as an intercom
that links your spacious
apartment to a 24-hour
attendant's station...safety-
. engineered bathrooms, with
non-skid flooring and sturdy
grab bars. Housekeeping,
linen, and courtesy car service
are provided. You may wish to
dine in the Betsy Ross Dining
Room, where three delicious
meals are served daily...with
special diet menus on request.
And rain or shine, be as active
as you wish at Independence
Hall. Putting greens, shuffle
board courts, game rooms,
and a social center overlook
a shady pine woods. A
beautiful, funfilled setting to
be sure!
Carefree living can be yours
at Independence Hall for one
reasonable monthly rental fee,
with no founders fee, no
initiation fee, or other difficult
financial commitments.
Our hostesses are waiting for
you at Independence Hall's
information office, conveniently
located at 1639 N.E. 26th
Street, Wilton Manors, Fort
Lauderdaie.
Open Monday
through Friday from 10 AM to
5 PM. They will be glad to give
you all the details on Senior
Security. Or call 563-6232 for
further information.
Now Under Construction
we
&a
a secure answer to independent .
1639 Northeast 26th Street
Wilton Manors.
Fort Lauderdaie Florida 33305
Phone (305) 563-62 12
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Friday. Eeteucwf 2. 1973

Dinner Meeting j:>
Metropolitan Dade County Mayor John B. Orr, Jr., left pre-
sents a plaque to Sidney M Aronovitz for his service as
chairman and member of the county's Housing and Urban
Development advisory board from its founding in 1967 till
his resignation Dec. 31, 1972. Aronovitz, an attorney and for-
mer Miami City Commissioner, was cited for helping make
the community "a better place in which to live" while serv-
ing en the board.
Dinner Reception In
Honor Of Ben Giller
Featuring Israel
Films and Slides
Sholem Lodpe B'nai B'rith will
celebrate the 25th Anniversary of
the founding of Israel with an
Israeli night dinner meeting at the
Famous Restaurant on Miami
Beach.
The program will include an
address by Israel Shapiro of Youth
Ali yah.
Motion pictures of Israel will be
shown by Dr. Reuben Sorkin, and
Abe Stein will show slides of his
i (-cent trip to Israel.
Mrs. Sylvia Horwitz is in charge
of reservations.
Annual Valentine Lunrh
Beacon Unit of Papanicolao.i
I Cancer Research will hold its an-
I "-ual Valentine Luncheon at the
Eden Roc Hotel on Tuesday at
11 30 a.m. There will be a fashion
show by Richards with Angie
Txrner and commentaior Dan
Fitzgerald.
-''

Ben Giller, senior vice president
of the Washington Federal Sav-
. tg$ ,<.- Loan Assoi iation, will
jred i the M ami Bea?h
utives Club on Sui I iv at a dii
- i ,-. ,:!... Ami i ina i li I
*ho !'...- s< ...
Ma
i I. the
I for thi following
i. ected officers:
Wi ian J S :h sel
Jen Sal) and Dr. Murray Green-
x.alii, vice presidents: Chestei
.Vynne, secretary; Doug Prior.
treasurer and Abe Kisei
ain.
Board ol include
nath. G '.'.
i -.... I >; !'. edcrick
I ] :
. .1 .' .
. e r Jac-k
, il ::.
. '.i \.. :> >ha iman u! the
ifl ii
..
iUcclJincj J-^Uins J^cgin LUith
YOUR INVITATION
W offer the finest in Engraving and Thermography.
Vou will be delighted with our complete line at
Menus, Matches and all Table Accessories
Including Satin and Velvet.
An Appointment With Our Consultant Is Suggested
Smarti Parties, Inc.
523 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 532-8111
BRING THIS AD FOR 100 PERSONAtlZEO NAPKINS EREE
WITH EACN INVITATION ORDER
Irsr DIXIE SLEEP SHOP *
HEM 1 5 348 W. Dixie Hwy. North Miami Beach REM
$
54
INCLUDES HEADBOARD
LEGS BOXSPRINC AND
5 W FOAM MATTRESS 10W complete
ALL OTHER BEDS
SZ32 OHO/ DISCOUNT
!0A.,6P.M. U /O WITH THIS AD.
STUDIO GROUPS AVAILABLE SLEEPER SCFAS
Fishing for a beau and wearing bathing suits of long ago
are: left to right. Tanya Goldbach, Tobi Galieb and Arlene
Segal, members of the Pamela Chapter ol Cystic Fibrosis
who will model in the Feb. 14 fashion show.
FOR TECHNION
AND ISRAEL
ATTEND THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE
OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
TECHM()*LSRiFL
I\ST1TITE OF TECHNOLOGY
Americana Hotel. Hal Harbour. Florida
February 9. 10. II. |>7:l
CO\FERK\0 E IIH.IIIH.IITS:
* Yosef Tekoah, Israel's Representative to the United Nations
* Dr. Irving Lehrman, Spiritual Leader of Temple Emanu-EI.
* Theodore Bikel, Well-known Entertainer.
* Dr. Adrian Kantrewitz, Renowned Heart Surgeon, speaking
"Saving Your Life."
on
* Dr. Willem J. Kolff, Pioneer in the Heart-Lung Machine, speaking
"An Artificial Heart For An Enjoyable Life."
Dr. Emanuel Piore, Former Chief Scientist of IBM, speaking en
"What's Ahead For Israeli Science?"
on
For Reservations, please contact Norman J. Kasser, Conference Chairman,
at the American Technion Society, 538-423?


Friday
-:
Debra Rose Now Mrs. Puyanic
Debra Louise, daughter of Mr.
end Mrs. Alvin Rose. 8345 Coral
Way, became the bride of Max D.
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MRS. Mai PUYANIC
Rhonda Rose served as her sis-
ter's maid of honor, and brides-
maids included Linda Rose and
Diana Rose, also sisters of the'
bride, and Laurie Pallot. Missy!
A'einer was flower girl.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Maximillinn
Puyanic of Palos Heights, 111., the
I ridegroom had David Goldstein :
' his lest man. Larry Puyanic.
the groom's brother, Robert Koss-
cr and Robert Martinson served
if ushers.
Now attending the University of
Ii;in-.i where she is majoring in
ieal estate and finance, the new
Mrs. Puyanic is a graduate of
Coral Park High School and
icrved as president of TAO
Sorority.
A Miami attorney. Mr. Puyanic.
| ,s a graduate Of Roosevelt College
I .n Chicago and of the University
of Miami.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Spain, the couple will live
at 20 Galen Dr.. Key Biscayne.
Israeli Furniture And Accessories Exhibited Here
Harry Rich, president of the
Greater Miami-Israel Chamber of
Commerce, has announced that the
Chamber, in co-operation with the
25th Anniversary of Israeli's
founding. i SBonsnrinJi an nxhibit
HAKKY RICH
Puyanic OH Sunday, Jan. 21. Rabbi
Herbert Bauir.gard officiated at
the ceremony held at the Sonesta
Beach Hotel where a reception in
nor of the newlyweds followed
nuptials.
For her wedding, the bride wore '
gown of white satin and French '
Mencon lace and carried an ar-
met of white and pink
i ~. .. Ith ;.:. orchid,
\ olunteers Seek
Dollars For Tags
per* '"': to support
Vr .. N' at
be exchangi
i. on Pi i '-iY on Mi
" M yoi "hi is
sirred the day Am i ican M
i nt : ; >.i> "
Miami Beach ("hapte at ci
5 ating in th<- ; ind-i lisin '
are Flamingo, Greatei M ami an 1
Tropical
The hospital, whkfli has an on-
going program in clinical research
i- free and non-sectarian.
ST* SB M* *. MIASM BKACM
P*o- '306' 531 0081
RADIO STATION
WRIZ/1550
ON YOUR DIAL
Is Proud
to Welcome
DR. SOL STEIN
PRESIDENT OF THE
ISRAEL HISTADRUT
FOUNDATION
and his Famed Series c
Yiddish Broadcasts
to the
Jacob Snachter
Yiddish Hour
EVERY SUNDAY,
1:30 P.M.
WRIZ/1550 (AM)
The Miami Philharmonic
ALAIN LOMBARD
Musii I )im lor
pic-scuts
MAJOR MUSICAL EVENTS
FOR SOUTH FLORIDA!
ALEXIS WEISSENBERG
Pkmisi
v n i ". Kl.i* M
'
-
. | ., '
.. ej K) i,oo
THEODORE LETTVIN
Pianist
S.imf ^.iriis Pi.ino ( i>iii i :'.' \'n 2 111 M
Fi ill.iv. Fehruur) 9-tiusman 11.ill H in \< m
In krls SI (Ml SOtl 4(111 jl ' ISAAC STERN
Violinist
TchdikovskyFifth Svmphony in I. mmor, Op
Violin Concerto in t) Mjjor, Op
a...... ii.ii i
Mun Ki-h li I n 11.ill
\ i\ >il rri
UiillH-stl.lN !! -Mi.mil Hr.ti ll Aililltnru
I III ;
. m i.ixi 7 Ml '
RESKRVKO SKATS ON SALE NOW FOR ALL PKRFORMANCF.S:
"unman H.ill Box Office OPEN MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS
9 ,i m to 5 p m
Mi.inn Hr.u h Auditor ium Ho\ ()ffi< i
Miami B.m. h Auditorium Box Officc-OPEN SEVEN PAYS A u I
in .i m to ii p in
FOR INFORMATION: 358-3430
GUSMAN PHILHARMONIC HALI
174 East Flagler Street, Miami
ik
of Israeli furniture and accessories
provided by Israeli manufacturers
as part of the celebration of
Israel's 25th Anniversary.
The General Mica Corporation of
)?98 NE 2nd Ave., has loaned the
Chamber one of its show rooms lor
this exhibition. The show will be
open t" the public from 9 to 5 p.m.
on Wednesday. Feb. 14 to Friday,
! Feb. 23.
Although none of the exhibits
are for sale, th. manufacturers arc
Interested in the reaction of the
American public to their products.
On Monday and Tuesday. Feb.
!2 and 1?., the exhibit will he re-
served for showing to the trade.
Mr Rich stated: "The Greater
Miami-Israel Chamber of Cotn-
n>erce welcomes the opportunity
to bring to the community of
Miami an exhibit of this kind, and
particularly that it takes place
during Israel's 25th Anniversary.
It is the purpose and hope of the
Chamber to be able to function
effectively in the development of a
much greater interchange of trade
between Israel and the southeast
portion of the United State* of
which Miami is the hub. We do
urge that everyone In the com-
munity take advantage of this op-
portunity to see these unique prod-
ucts of this small country."
COMING FEB. 3rd
MIAMI BEACH
LARGEST ANTIQUE SHOW ON EARTH
SHOW
FEB. 3rd thru FEB. 8th
D.S. CLARKE PRESENTS:
MIAMI BEACH
ANTIQUES SHOW
FEB. 3rd thru FEB. 8th
OPEN 12 NOON to 10:00 P.M.
LAST NITE TIL 6 p m
SUPERB SELECTION
OF ANTIQUES
FROM AROUND THE WORLD
CONVENTION HALL
1 700 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
OVER THREE MILLION DOLLARS
WORTH OF ANTIQUES FOR SALE
I CLIP THIS COUPON | | | |
MIAMI BEACH
ANTIQUES SHOW
CONVENTION HALL
I 700 WASHINGTON AVE
FEB. 3rd thru FEB. 8th
1 2 NCON TO 10:00 P.M LAST NITE TIL 6 P.M.
ADMISSION $1.50
WITH THIS COUPON SI.00
1
THE PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS
ARE BUILDING LARGER TO SERVE PEOPLE BETTER .
And Announce With Pride The Opening Of The Neu
Banking Headquarters Of The.....
Peoples First National Bank Of North Miami Beach
16051 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach. Florida
(These new facilities are located immediately south of the former location and
one block West of Biscayne Boulevard (VS. *D and N.E. 163rd Street)
We cordially invite our many customers and friends to come in and visit with us.
WE PAY SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO MRS. MAYTAG McCAHILL. OWNER OF KEY ENTERPRISES. INC.. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE BEAUTIFUL INTERIOR DECORATION AND FURNISHINGS OF CUR NEW BANKING HOUSE.
Leonard I'sina, Chairman of the Hoard
' Edna M. Bell, President
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H*,i%Hb*irir>r
Friday. February 2, 1973
Hebrew Academy Women
W ill Honor Mrs. Ungar
Mis. ECmamtel (Sarah) Ungar, Initiated ;is a Woman of Valor bj
chairman of the Hebrew Academy abbi Alexand r -S. Gross at the
Women's Thrift Shop since its in- >rfair.
Mrs. ITngar started the Thrift
Shop, located ai 732 >tli St.. Miami
Beach, three years ago when the
Hebrew Academy Women were
faced with an abundance <>f goods
left over from a bazaar they had
sponsored.
The shop was redecorated as a
ift of Fmanuel Ungar and son.
:: .hiii. Since then. Mrs. Ungar has
manned the shop Morulaj through
; ridaya T to 3 p.m. Procei ds t on
he sale oi merchandise has
IOUght t,hi..sands of dollars to the
scholarship and building I inds ol
Greatei .Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy.
The I'njrars ha\-e lived in
Greater Miami for 12 years. He
a.is president of the Young Israel
>i Greater Miami synagogue foi
iree yeai s.
MRS. tMANUU UNGAR
ception, will be honored at a Feb
1 I luncheon at the hone of Mr.
and Mia. j. Jerrj Schechter.
Mrs. Leonard i Irene) Adler,
suli nt oi a Aca '.' m
\ pi s. I'ngar will be
Cancer Victory I nit
Schedules Luncheon
Viet ol th"
. stii te is
i thi
7th
$
i
W the FBI.
Robin Berkonritz
M. Lefkoivitz.
To Wed In June
Mr. ami Mrs Murray Berkowitz
M 3480 Sheridan Ave.. announce
the "; .i-'C'ent of their daughtei
'{ohin #\nn to Michael Lelkowil/
-i n of M''. and Mrs. Ernest Lefko-
witz BP^bresI Hills."W T.
Miss Berkowitz is a graduate of
the Hebrew Academy High School
and is presently attending Stern
College tor Women In New York.
Mr. LcfkowitZ is a senior at Citv
College of New York, and plans
o take his Masters Degree at the
University of Miami.
The wedding will take place in
June.
Former Members
Of Ilahonim Meet
Former members ol Habonim.
I abor Zionist Youth, as well as
others affiliated with the Labor
Zionist movement, and parents of
current Habonim members, will
athei "ti Saturday evening, at the
home of Joan and Raffi Levi.
IS091 NK Oth Ct.. at 8:30 p.m.
Call 444-9831
for reservations
Tue.. Feb.6 Sun. Feb. 1
SHELLEY WINTERS
in
THE EFFECT OF
GAMMA RAYS ON
>! \\-i\ -THE-MOOIS
MARIGOLDS
Pulitzer l';:/-\\ inning l>i
SPECIAL iTTR tCTIOM
One Might Only
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12
NEHEM1AH PERSOFr
in
Alt'it'hem Sholem Sholem VJeieliem
Prices: Orciiesr-a Ail Seats $6.50
M zzanine: AH Seas $5 CO
:ip i
I 01 oroup srilps only, c.ill 41.1-2"^ 5
3
I'll loi iiiami' schedule iinil piii-.
7 uf.il j\ Utdnrtdav. Thursday &
Sunday earning at 8:30. and
Saturday Matinee at 2:00:
Ori'lii'lr.i ST..'in. fi ill, .. .'i
Me//aiiine: S7.5*' ". 5. ">. I ill
Friday and Saturday evening*
at 8:30:
Orchestra: Sft 50. 7..VI. 6.511
Mer/anine: SX 50. '.:>". 6.30. 5.50
Wednesday Matinee at
Or-h'Mrsi: S6 50. "> 3
>le/milnc: vn JO. S.50
rllKB ^
ramiit
2:00:
t.jtt
. I .Ml. &30
3-00 Mam Hi jhuay, Miami. Florida 33133
KNLNkM ISRAEL COMKUGAiiON1
1415 Euclid Ave., IWami Beach 538 2741
PROUDLY PRESENTS
BY POPULAR DEMAND
THE WORLD RENOWNED
CANTOR MOSHE STERN
Of Topple BetS-EI, Brooklyn N.Y.
Friday, Feb. 9, 1973 6:00 P M.
4.00
S^urdav. Feb. 10th 8:15 A.M.
CONCERT: Sunday, Feb. istn 8 0C P M. $2 50
S-\3BATH SFJ?V'CES & CONCFRT
TICKETS AVAILABLE IN SYNAGOGUE OFFICE
f JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
I COUNCIL ,,f GREATER MIAMI
iiiimmiiccs its
SILVER SALUTE
TO ISRAEL
on ilif occasion of the
INAUGURALJNF
FOUNDATION ASSEMBLY
HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU
FEBRUARY 25,1973
Inspiring Speakers including
Israel General Mordecai Gur
Breakfast Seminar
Luncheon
Gala Evening Session
Entertainment
Refreshments
GENERAL MORDECAI GUR
liberator of Jerusalem
MEYER PESIN
Nat'lPrci. JNF
ABRAM SALOMON
tiec Vice Prei. JNF
HON. JAY 0CRMER
Prei JNF Greotei Miami
DR. IRVING UHRMAN
f JNF Foundation
For INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
call 534-6518
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
420 LINCOLN ROAD


I Friday. February 2, 1973
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Laurence Greene
1. VI RKM'K (.I1KKNR
Laurenre Irs William Greene, will become
Bar Mirzvah at 8:30 a.m.
Iiabbal --''is ice* on Saturday, Feb.
at Beth Torah Congregation.
The celobrani is an "Outatand-i
Bnq Achievement" student in the
venth grade al John F. Kennedy
|J mioi High School, and a member
: the pre-conflrmation class ;it
[! tli Tiit I irold Wolk R 'ligious
Is. tool. !* also plays ibe guitar.
Junior High School and NerTamtd
Religious School. He is on the
Nor I-].- Football Team and North
Shore Basketball Team.
A Kiddush will follow the lerv-
lces, and a reception for Kenny's
friends will be held on Saturday at
his home.
RALPH < RKSPIV
Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Enrique Creapin, will become a
''ir Mlr/vah at Tei"-io Menorah,
Saturday morning, Feb. 3,
Ralph is a seventh grade honor
student at Naulilus Junior High
School
There "ill be a Kiddush Follow-
ing services at Tempi.- Menorah
Social Hall, and ;i reception and
] dinner al the Playboy Pla. .i Hotel.
Luncheon. Concert Mark Israel 25
Mr. and Mrs. Greene will honor
1 ie r son at die Kiddush following
he cerem my. Among guests will
. his mati n al grandmother, Mrs
lose Becker nl New York City.
.A,
SAMMY HOROWITZ
The Mil \!lt/.vah of Sammy
i e, son "f Mr. and Mrs Stuart
,t Horowitz 8(50 SW 93rd Ct. will
ie eelcbrated nn Saturday, Feb. 3.
i Beth David Congregation.
San mj is In the eighth grade at
idi Junior High School and the
lay-Vox Hebrew grade al Beth
avid.
A reception in honor of the
[del rani it the Dav id
V\ dliani 11 in Coral I Sable

Mrs Max D.
KF.WI it <.(>' ): \
1
"
Th-
ai ARK STIKMAN
Mark Dennis, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Sturman, will cele-
j hrati his Bar Mitz\ ah on Saturday
moi nin Feb :; ;u Temple Beth El.
Mark is in the eighth grade al
McNicol Middle School.
, Mrs Sturman will hies.-, the
Sabbath tapers on Fridaj evening
in her son's honor.
Among guests will be the
celebrant's maternal grandmother,
Mi s. Ri bec 'a Kaplan ol Now
City
IMPORTANT
ISRAELI STl DENT
bitereited n teaching Htbrtw
pr'vii- lessons Hours open -youf
(Studentsi House all aq- qroups
CALL ELI 721 -5S<
BETWEEN 5 P M. 8 P M
Wanted
MIDDLE-AGED LADY
to live in qood home and be com-
panion. Help with light house
work. Small salary, board anr
room. Westchester area. Phone
761-4820
Pit tMHtm'S i
Famous i
"Spiral
Learning
Method'
J at
"Shores High"
King's Academy"
Giv.i Continuous Growth tor
Ih. Good 10'
Moderate Tuition
SCHOOL FOUllinWHG, INC.
t ,0I50NE 2nd Ave-.M.af-. Shores j
-t
COMMUNITY
MEDICAL CENTER
f
SPACE
MILA1U
North Meami
.och1*
t rtt|Mr hcctulil mt Sftw-aj t/e.
, Bar Bicttrs irt HI? Hit ii
' BIS i. Ciailttdf '''
Sutti rnir ti Ml rltt *!
rtety
ttrtraa ErMsattB. Ir.
inU
Games Night Slated
Murray Solomon Posl 24.1 and
Indies Auxiliary ol Coral Gables.
Jewish War V'el 'rans, will hold a
games niithl at the Washington
ill 2.11 Was ton Ave.. on
Satin la) at 8 p m Ira Blitt and
Tanya l.o\ine are ro-rhairmon
Singer Rivka Raz
Featured Feb. 2.>
Oil Miami Reach
Rivka Raz, the Israeli singing
star, will be featured in the show
"To Live Another Summer." Sun-
day i venine. Feb. 25, at the Miami
i leach Auditorium.
The sho". vi pi ie i' eseni d h\
Friends of B'nai B'rith Youth
Set \ ices.
'I'd Live Another Summer" is
i' ming direct from a year's en-
gagement on Broadwav. Tickets
available at the auditorium ii\
i
Neophyt -* Inducted
George Gershwin Knights ol
Pythias l1*' meeting on Mnndax at
10 p.m. ;it the 5 rlside 'om-
munitj ( "enter will be followed by
induction inti nl I of
en neoph e\ enin
. i ncltidc with rollal I en-
t- i tainnu nt I ml Cn
(ol. Joseph Al'ii. Israel's Air
\tta -he to th United States an I
Panada and a h to of Israel's Six-1
Day War, will be the featured
speaker Sunday nt noon at the
ii htli annual Great Mis ni con-
i -renc ol the Fai band Labor Zion-
-i Allian e. ',
The luncheon and concert, which
vviM include a celebration of Is-
25th anniversary, is being
held mi behalf of the Greater Mi-
mi Jewish Federation's 1973
' '.I V-IKF campaign.
Other gucsl speakers include Or.1
I vino, Lehrman, spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-El; Myron J.
Brodie, GMJWF executive vie
president, and Zev Baumgold, UJA
representative, according to Jo
si'oh P. Zuckerman, chairman o
the alliance.
Col, Alon, a Sabrn, has -
the Isi tell Air Force a- a" in
structor and a fight -r squadron
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Life Members
To Be Honored
A general meeting of the South
Shore Hosnital Women's Auxiliary
mi Thursday, Feb. 8. at 10 a.m.
in the hospital auditorium, will
feature the dedication of a life
Membership plaque donated by
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kern in
memory ol their parents.
The following life members "ill
Ie honored: Mrs. Sevmour Fine.
president of the auxiliary, Mrs.
Herbert Kern. Mrs. Harold Pohl.
Mrs. Esther Shapiro and Mrs.
\nna Singer.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is life
iiembership chairman.
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and water sports by top Pros Pod and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available
Camp Directors: Victor E. Jacobson. Abe Rifkin & Tony Anthony
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fJenisfi BorkMxn
friday, February 2. 1973
GMJF Women's Division Fetes Pacesetters-Trustees
< iver $l-'5.ooo was raised at the
Lion oi Judah brunch held at the
hi me of Mrs. Leonard iTobj I
ilanii last TOesdtrJ) to benefit
I hi Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1973 Combined Jewish
the Women's Division pacesetters
and trustees. To date, according to
Mrs. Richard iBea) Levy, pace-
setter-trustee chairman, 1.'! women
have contributed a minimum of
$10,000 to Federation's 1973 CJF-
tppeal Israel Emergency Fund IEF campaign to become pace-
rtpaign. setters; 25 women become trustees
Mrs. Friedland, Women's Divi- 'minimum gifts of $5,000).
f on Ice presidi nt foi campaign,
.- lid. So far in L973 we have re-
I a total "i s.':.i. ;,n m pacp-
httter-trusl
ts an increase of
:.'- as
brun. h
This year, the Women's Division.
under the leadership of Reva (Mrs.
Irving] Wexler. president, and j brunch to help make then
. land, has set a goal of possible dreams" a reality, Mrs.
Sl'a million dollars. The overall I Burl (Elainei Sims, national
197 I CJA-IEF goal is $15 million
Theme for the brunrh was taken
from the Lion of Judah pin, an
exclusive design in 18K gold
which portrays a stylized I .ion of
Judah. II is presented to Women's
Division trustees and pacesetters.
"We are not merely a group ol
women who share the same inter-
ests," said Toby Friedland, "We
are women who share the same
dreams."
(iver .".0 women attended the
'ini-
!. ia Heatter, Mrs. Isadora (Flor- -Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs.
ence> Hecht, Mrs. John (Rose) j Jack S. iRutht Poplck. Mrs.
Herman. Mis. Morton (Marge i | CarrieRosen. Mrs. Charles (Cyn-
Ilill. Mrs. rth1!rfl!ffihy*>-niw-4rhiainrii Wfl. SBrfi H.
mvitz, Mrs. Milton (Tessl Mosko- lUbl i Rosl Mrs. Morton iVal)
witz, Mrs. Joseph (Nancy) Kanter, berman. Mrs. Kli (Lisa)
Mrs. Leon D. (Bertha) Miller, Timoner.

T ie trustees and pacesetters of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division will be presented a 'Lion of
Judah" pin. Pi< lured a! the Trustee-Pacesetter Luncheon
oy Mrs. Leonard Fned'and are (left to right Mrs.
mi Abel, Mrs. Anna Brennei Meyers and Mrs Isadore
I
A

: Ik
n 13 women who have become 1973 pace-
; 25 wemon who have become trustees for the
Left to right) Mrs. Irving L. Wexler,
Division, and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz.
women's division chairman for
l mted Jewish Appeal (one of
Federation's national benefici-
aries) sjKike to the women.
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, general
chairman of the 1973 CJA-IEF
campaign, said. "If our dreams are
worth dying for ... as we believe
. then they are certainly worth
ng for."
Mi -. Friedland also spoke, re-
lating her recent experiences on a
Prime -Ministers Mission to Israel
I and a special Sub-Mission to
iiiia.
Women's Division 1973 Pace-
.setti i- include: Mrs. Else Bone
,-is. Jack (Dolores) Courshon,
I eonard (Toby Friedland,
. Mis. s. Harvej (Jean) Greenspan,
, :- Norma Kipnis, Mi*. Harry A.
i 'avida i Li vy, Mrs. Richard D.
i Bea Levy. Mis. Robert S. (Ruth)
i.e\... '..is i avid J. (Cyi ill Light,
Irs. Alcxandei Gerl
Ml S. Stephen ( Maureen' M
ei i i Mui iel i Russi II
Mi -. Lev. is i Lillian) Zoi n.
1 tV'oi en's Pi stees arc
Abel, Mrs
muel I. (Lunnj
la Can Mrs
Evelyn) Cohan. Mrs. Ma (
mil) C'our-
i m, Mrs. ;,
Mrs.
I iruder, >
Cantor Stern At
Kneseth Israel
Services. Concert
Canl
Sahhatl
..
), at 6 i
II 8:1 "> ;i [na n

' 5
. :n.
i" Sti
I now w ith T
i : Brooklyn, \.Y
n Bud ip -i in 1935. At
m early a IV
a "wui 1 : kind" and male n
I S, A- R 10-J i
a solo recital at the
' A id ny ol .Tusic in B
In 1947 1 nvited to in-
a" at a !>: B "
Herzl .....
! Bud t Sport P
nd .
Mrs. Richard Levy, chairman of the Pacesetter-Trustee Di-
vision of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division, reported a 45 per cent increase in giving at a re-
cent luncheon hosted by Mrs. Leonard Friedland. 'Left to
right' are Mrs. Philip Thau, Mrs. Richard D. Levy, end Mrs.
Carrie Rosen.
Over S125.000 was raised at the Lion of Judah brunch last
Tuesday to benefit Federation's 197; CJA-IEF cor.
Shewn .no from left) Mrs. Robert Z ... and Mi
ten Moskovvitz,
women who were honored last Tuesday at the
of Judah brunch for their contributions to the Greo'er
A:iami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign are
|/'om left* Mrs. Burt Sims, Mrs. Jack Courshon. and Mrs
Hairy A. Levy.
Among the trustees and paces i .., al_
tended the Lion of Judah brunch TO9
ol Mrs. Leonard Friedland last Tues-i
(from left) Mrs. Robert Levy, Mrs. Charles
I. Alexander Muss, Mrs.
md. Greater Miami Jewish
ion's Women's Division vice prcsri-
dent for campaign, and Mrs. Else Bonem.


Friday. February 2. 1973
+J&*ist Fk>rkiSan
Page 13-C
Temple Zion's annual carnival will be held
Sunday, beqinning at 11 a.m. on the temple
grounds. There will be games, rides, food
and entertainment; there is no charge for
admission. Seated, (left to right) Sol Wish,
Herbert Freund. general chairman of the
carnival committee, Sharon Froug and Frank
Dumont. Standing, (left to right) Milton Kret-
sky, George Cohen, Steve Sucks, Ginger
Shechter, Marily Fruend and Leon Thaler.
Planning session for the eighth annual na-
tional mid-winter conference of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation brought together key
leaders of the organization in Histadrut's
new offices in the Barnett Bank Bldg. (Left
to right1 seated, are Sidney Bolotin, cochair-
man of the board of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida; Moe Levin, chair-
man of the development committee of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation, and Dr. Leon
Kronish. chairman of the board of the His-
tadrut Foundation and honoree at the Feb.
15 conference dinner. Standing, (left to right)
Judy Smith, conference secretary; Alec Sil-
verstein, advisory council member; Ben
Zion Steinberg. Histadrut executive direc-
tor for Florida, and Judge Herbert S. Sha-
piro, chairman of the legal and judicial
committee oi the Histadrut Foundation.
(lamp Ocala Site
< >f Red Cross
Safety Srhool
A young peoples Bummer camp
been selected by the American
Red Cross as the Florida site of a
iblned aquatic-small craft safe-
tj school, owners of the camp
announced,
Miamians Morris and Sheila
Walriinan and J. I. Montgomery.
whose Camp Ocala is on Lake
Si Hers in the Ocala National
Forest, disclosed that their facility
would be used by the Red Cross
for that organization's forthcoming
po-day school June 10-20.
One of Florida's oldest camps
(or boys and girls, Camp Ocala has
nore than a quai ter of a mile of
eachfront, plus docks, equipment
pnd a varkty of boats for the
(lasses.
Each year the Red Cross has
! eld -" ..I.-iic sessions to train in-
Etructors in water safety, life
laving, first aid, then in sailing,
canoeing, outboard motorboat safe-
|ty methods. This is the first time
j a combined or double school will
t be held.
On completion of the course stu-
tter ts are certified to teach the
lattst safety techniques. This year,
the Red Cross anticipates from 100
to 150 men and women from 17
years of age and up will be en-
rolled.
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Y' Single Adults
Plan Meetings
During February
The "Select Circle" of young
single adults of the YM-YWHA will
conduct four meetings during the
month of February. Mrs. Hani
Lipp, advisor to the group has
announced.
On Thursday, Feb. l at 8 p.m. a
navel discussion was to feature
and Spain with a speaker
and film strips Coffee and cak
was to in1 served.
On Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. Milton Za-
tinski, grant Fund, will discuss "The Demogra-
phy of Miami and what it mi
to singles."
On Feb. 15, at 7 p.m ther* will
be a supper meet inc I > adl n -
for reset vations i- F !> 12.
On Fob. 22, at 8 p.m. a film on
hi,man awareness psychology will
be shown.
Book Review On Tap
Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold its next regular
meeting on Sunday. Feb. 11, at
1 pjn at Washington Federal,
1133 Normandy Dr.
Harriett Greene. Council pres-
ident, will review "The Settler "
by Levin, and Mr-. Leah Naparst,
chapter presidenl will conduct the
meeting.
GORDON ROOFING
AND SHEET METAl
WORKS, INC.
1450 N.W. 21st STREET
Phone 633-4990
Have Your roof repaired now:
you will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
Life Members Feted
Lorber Chapter of the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
.nil Hospital at Denver will hold
ts monthly meeting on Tuesday,
! i b, 13, at 10 a.m.. at the Sweden
House Restaurant on South Dixie
Highway. The meeting will be a
special salute to life members of
c AHIH in the Lorber Chapter.
MIAMI HtALTH INSTITUTE
7235 BISCAYN' BLVD., MIAMI
Health thru Nutrition and
Coordinated Therapeutics
General Diaonosis and X-Ray
General Physical Therapy
Including Correctional Colon
Therapy Laooratory Analvti.
Specific Nutrition
PR. (', I-- KlliU.INE. Director
Mxturonathlc Phvaicl&n
for ODoointment phone 757-7896
Important news for all religious Jews fron
Miami ami Miami Beach, who an- interested in
strictly glatt kosher meat, thicken ami delicates-
sen.
We opened a store where we will sell strictly
Lowv's Mehatlrin latt kosher meat, chicken and
provisions.
All products are packed and priced in New
York by the well-known company Lowy's
Mehadrin Glatt Kosher Govt. Inspected Place.
They are good in quality and sell at reasonable
prices.
Who is Lowy's Mehatlrin Glatt???? Lowy's
Meat and Provision Co. is "anerkant" by all rab-
bis and congregations in Greater New York. All
congregational religious butcher stores in New
York like Satinar and T/elem. etc., sell only
Lowy's products. This place is also under super-
vision of the Orthodox United. (Come in and
buy yon will come back again!
LOWY'S MEHADRDi GLATT
705 5th Street (Near Euclid Ave.)
Miami Beach
672-9196
HOURS
MON. THRU THURS.
8:30-11 AM
4:00- 6PM
FRIDAY
8:30 AM-2:30 PM
SUNDAY
3:00 PM-6:00 PM


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*./en 1st fh>rtafi3nn
McJ-y. February 2, 1973
River Reach Offers Full Protection
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Highly sophisticated equipment
has been installed at River Reach,
the exclusive island condominium
estate in downtown Fort Lauder-
unle.
It is equipment
guests.
"A great deal of planning went
i'lto protecting Ri\er Reach res-
idents from intruders by building
the complex on a well guarded
Island," explained Mr. Godfrey.
is found ii
any of the
that River
Reaoh developer William .1. God- ... ...
,__., j ,_____ Now were extending ibis pro-
lTevJj\ hopes iwKcv-MAtt&a -u*J. i ,. ,- wv, \ A r-.
e_ ,. lection to Hk luiTc Tk-rsdnal safety
smoke detection un i< arc lieinu
; iced in strategic locations within
tin.' Y-shaped buildings as o safety
precaution for residents and their
measures for
in their ow n
apartmi m
residences."
dwellers
A smoke detection de\ ice is ac- by
tivated when smoke
any of the halls by
Rpecial electronic sensors. This sets
off the fire alarm to warn anyoru
in the building.
In addition, special circuits
trigger a system that closes down
ir conditioning equipment and
closes on ducts and ventilation
work so smoke cannot spread in
the area where it has been found
the electronic sensor.
Gen. Yaakov Dori,
Dead At 73
TEL AVIV (JTA1 Gen. Vv>
ko\ Dori. the first Chief of Staff
if Israel's armed forces and a for-
mer president of the Israel Insu-
late ol T hnolog) I Haifa Ted
lion l.ii Monda> In 'iaifa afte-
i iili Ho was 73. A stat
i t1'.. ii- '
" hnion Mt. Carmel campus. No
date was announced.
G n. Dori was born Yaakov Dos-
ky in Haifa in 1899 and was
graduated In 1917 from the Real!
School there. He joined the Jew-
sh i .< gion, a Ji w ish military u
ii he I to British Foi cos in t'-
>' a i hi World Wai '
iegai Norm
President Zalman Shazar in his recent historic meeting with
the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson,
in the Rebbe's study at Lubavitch world headquarters in
Netw York Mr. Shazar met with the Rebbe privately for
moie than five hours.
ii
MB Single Parents
Single Parents of Miami Beach
will have Valentine party on
Friday, Feb. 9. In the Columbus
Hotel, at 9 p.m. Singles from 23 to
46 are united.
The group of Miami also has
bowling every Wednesday night
(except third Wednesday of month i
at the Congress Bowling Alley on
NE L24th St. and Blscayne Blvd.
Coffee ami doughnuts arc Berved
MARGOUS
l-.ll.li
All is
Mam
iimnn.
man,
\i .i
l.rotl
rs
passi yeai res lenl i in I ll .hline.
Surviving I* I" i huaband Sol-
dnuaiitcr .Mi- Judith Huff-
P.. Hi.-.1.1. M.I, 2 sons, Mi-
lioeloi i. Maes and i
S.C 4 Era
Aaron Solomon. I'l l-iud-
i dad< Alb. n Bolomoi At uta. I In
ti mi > U< fl II Ma- -
She was a in. iol..-r of T. i...... Beth
Sholom, past pn sidt nl of Ri
\\ in. ii i 'ommil i ol !t .1- Mi-
Rml, pnsl ci. si.....i n.'> Harbor
irroun H !' -'! nt of
ii for 1 ladassuh of G
i:i. mi mli< i t ihi Ji -ii
.Memorial Hospital In Host "
\ k ,ii ni f On kt Mliim It ran-
i. i- I'nlvendti Ti chiilm Ii
i
.1.- Hospital Auxiliary, Moui i Sinai
ii -i. lal, Jewish Hom< for ihi Amti i
t.r .M i.i ii' N I irland Map-
nst Hospital. Boston, .M.,-- u m-
I mill l till I'linu-iU ..! Ml -
ami. Xatli iial Council of
l\ en. Beth Israi I Hospital ii Hos-
loll ;oid numerous others Scrvicci
wen hi Id Sumlai h! River- 'di
lull i in. in in Lake* !. Mi -
mortal r.irk.
Wildfire
in the south.
There's no
future in it.
Help stop the woods
arsonist-report him.
'Sex and the Bible*
Is Forum Subject
Theodore R. Nelson x-- ill speak
|on "Sex and the Bible" at the
I into Forum Tuesday. 1 p.m., in
Forte Auditorium,
Nelson was a member ol the
( ouncil of the Town of Hay Har-
bor Islands in!- three years; served
as Town Judge for 18 years; and
is a past president of the Freedom
Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 732258
NOTICE OF ACTION
VI U.AXDE liAKCAlt) I,
I', ii-
v\Tl|..\i RARCAJtO,
Reapondi
Ti I v r Hal sirn
lull y Hal
Hill : u I ., I
I'hiladi li.hln I',
Yol ARE NOTIFIED
'""I i" F.....lose and Kouilai I .
V llIM !' 1 I ..,.1.
'-Univ. i';.
Lol ::. Uloi k >, WINDWARD KS-
T I TEW Section I, Una In
'In- Plal II rei i.rded in I'In I
I'aiti 142 of Hi. Pul.lii
Record* ..i i lade i 'ouni v. i -,,., ,i.,
ban I.. ,ii I r| against you lid > "ii
at nuired lo -. rve .. pi of j m
H lill.-ii ,1,-f, -i, ..-. |f ;o,\. |n || .,,, |.
i M I'.ui ii-, K.-.i p. ,-
lormy, tthow addremi is 120 l.in-
Koad sum.. 450, Miami Ueaih.
l-"l..ri.i:i 3313ft. on or before Mareh 7
and file the nrlgliial with the
< it rk of this Court, either before
Kt-rvi.-.- on PtaintlrTu attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter: ntherwlee a I >
fault will l entered amon-i \..u fur
iht- relief a. in.in,I,-rt in the Complain'
for uetltlor.
witnkss mv hand and the Seal
>f llilit l',,url ,,n the 30 day of Janu-
arv, 11.7:1.
i;i. hard p Brlnki r
At i'l. rk of Hie Court
Bj : I. BXEBDRN
l>i:i-|-TY CLERK
II ireult I i.url Si all
_____________ ||
N THE CIRCUIT COURT rc xmt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
DonoTc nivcinN
PROBATE NUMBER 73-182
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i RE: Entate of
. ihb- \|. K|^i i\\ |T7
I >. i-a Red
T.. All Creditor* and All Peranne Hav-
r claims or Demand* Aaalnal Paid
Batata)
1 i.u are hereby nntlfled and n
lUil-ed In ni'. -i-nf am laiin- anil il.
ni.mil- which vim mav have nralnn'
in' eatate ..r RORE HOMCOWTrl rte-
...a late i'f Dade Coantv, PTnrlds
>. r.....1, i.nir. .,f Hade County.
and file the same in duplicate and a*
.1 ,11 s.-i ii..,, jsj is, Florida
Ktatutea, In their offleee in the t'oun
11 Ci.urilii.UM- In bade County. PTor
'da. within six .-aleiiil.ir montlte from
ii. limi- nf ihe f***-1 ...ii I-- -...ii here
"f. 1.1- Hie same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, ilii- _'. dai
' inii-r A I' 1V73.
Rather Dk-ner
\- l-'\,-eulrix
First publication of thi- notice on
ibt- -jnil da> of February, '''"':
KtMUN, HAYS A ORI'NOWERa
Vttomi I s f.,i F.ver-utl'iX
'- \n -1, V lluilililiK
Miami. Ploiida 3:1132
' IS
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. 73-22S1
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\" RE: Tin- Marrlaar ..f
roSEPH RA8CH, Petitioner.
and
IETTV i:\sill. Reanondent.
"< BETTT RA8CH
sun Concourae V'llhure Weal
Rrtinx \i-w Vorli
ViT ARE HEREBY VOTIFIED
ihai .hi action fur Pissi.luiinii of Mur-
iate has been filed acalnsl you and
iitu are reaulred lo serve a copy of
w>ur written defenaea, if any, lo it on
SHfKl.EY WOO!,F. attorney fm P.-
itltitier. whoae addreae i- 420 Uncoln
'l".nl. suit, ill, )!lanil Reach Fior-
. and file Hie original with
he clerh of the above styled courl
ii or before Mm. Ii 7. O'T
defaull will be entered .main-' you
->r the relief demanded In Ihe com-
-':i ini or c. in Ion
TIilt iii 1,, shall in imi'i'-i'i-il once
.1.I1 week fur four noimeeutive I.-
n THE .li-:\\ ISH I'l iii.'linw
wi'i'VFss my hand and the .-. '
1 -,-ii.: in .,1 1 In ml !".
Ins 30 il.i \ ,-l .Ii' un \ 7 :
RIC1IARP P IIRINKHH,
\ 1 'let 1. 11
I '.el. t'ounti '
I < v 1 1 \
Ai Di nut) lerk
ii- un Courl Si nl I
SHIRLEY IVl 'Ol I'
IL'" Lincoln Ri 1 1: ..',, ji 1
Miami Ri ni h PI
\ lurnci foi Petll loin r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY Fl ORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-J7QS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Eatute "f
1 \ \ HIVAXI IKS
11.. en -.-ii
To All i'i. dlton and All F. 1-..11 H 1
in claim- or Demands Asaim-i Saul
Relate
V..U an hi bj noi Ifled and re-
lUireil to present an) ehiim*' nnd de-
mands ulmli you ma) 1.' ,'ii.ini-i
he estate of l.i:v.\ 1;IN \ v 1 1:s de-
.....1 lati of 1 ndi 1 I'unii. I'l,.1 ida.
ii. tin- Cir. 11,1 Judices of 1 'a-li- Ci.un-
\. ami file the tame ill dunlli Bti .....I
is nri'Videil in S"< i..... Florida
Statutes, in tin County Court hoi.....1
Dndi County, Plnrlda wllhln sl ,il-
"iniar months from the tlmi ni the
flrft pul'li' a 1 i"ti hereof, ot the -ante
v\ III he ban ed
ii.ii.il .11 Miami, i"1.....In. this imIi
da) of January, A n
fhvi.i is en \y.\s
As Executrix
First i.iil'ii. .........r il.......:
tlie Jnd day of February, 1973
Kommel KoRei s. \m\ ber &
Shenkniaii
\t torne) for E>i i-uti 11
.'" Lincoln Road, Miami lb h PI
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Ill
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
NO. 73-2314
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IX RB: The marriane of
CARMEN VALENTIN J.MXM'KS.
Wife.
: INNOCENT P. J. JACQl'M.
Huaband,
1 YiH', INNOCENT I' JACQC
residence unknown, an retiulred
file your answer lo Ihe I'ltitun for
'li>.M.Iutia> <>< niarHiii.* in'h- Ike (It rk
I the abovi Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Col n. 1'
i:iin-ii CiiiL'nss ciiijc. .Miami. Flor-
ida, on nr before Mart h Lftt- '
t I petition ill be cnufesei !
Dated: Jan '". IMI
HICHARD P DR1NKEB
Clerk. Circuit ourt
i:> 1: .1 l-'tiY
I leput) ci, rk
uit Courl s.-al 1
(i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCUiT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-29*2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
hi RE: i:-'.u. ..f
in \ Rl'TH BILVERMAX
11. easi d
To All Cn dltors and Ml 1 n* I'
I t p 1 \u .list S. I
Il
'1 "ii \ notified
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I- 1\ ill' It 'II llljl .Hi ,th .11
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Statutes,
in :' County 1 mi I hull 1
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As Viln
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Attorneys \ n
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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 COLNTY.
NO 7?-237'n
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
FREDDIE LEE DAVIS.
1111- its ttd
:
JEN VIE M \Y DAVIS.
U |f(
T' JE.X.XIK ILU DAVIS
Iti side 1 nl now 11
Vt ti' ARE HEUKIO XOTIFIED
lion for Di- lut.....' m 11
has beei you and
\"ii an ii quired to servi npj ,.1
\"in written defenae* if an*', lo It
\\ ii.I.iam SHAPUtl '. a norm % f.n Pi -
IN THE
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ti.'ii. 1 uhose addri
81 Miami. Florida
uricinal with th. 1
styled court
I Si 1
Help Prevent Forest Fires in the South
1 :.
Corir nc put) iCEood
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
wr missc ngi* wrn
fJcnisti IkrkJictr
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac-
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA-
FORMERLY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN PROBATE
... ,. ,. No. 71-2175
l\ RE: Relate of
mi vkii PRANK
11. ceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE!* herein Klven thai I have
, i."V >'"''! ,!,""r' "!"1 Petition
lot In.-inl ution and Final Dim hare*
;.'-u.'v','-'u"," "f "" *e of MEYER
'.. .11 ""/"d: and thai in the
1 Ha. Of Mal.li. |7J, i!| .,lM,,v ,,,
'In Honorable County Judjres ,.f |,.i,.
1 i.unty. Florida r..r approval of said
hitial Report and f..r dleuibutlon and
final dlschanra .is Executor .-f the
eatate pf ihe above-named 1 --.--. 1. -.
1 his 31-t da\ or Januari
DAVLD .1 HUNK
PRBD & XEW MAN
"V BTAXLEY .M PRED
Attorn. \
STANLEY M PRED
wit Pd< F.-tlt rul Ituil'line
Miami. FloriiUi 3.H.11 -- :::
I-9-1S.23
1- .',..1 n 1: ; 1
..ml file tin
lerk of the above
I., fore March 7
. otherwise a default will be ei
'!'I aaain-t you for th. relief di
mnnded In the romtilalnl or tietitlon
This notice sh.,11 be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
11 THF. JEWISH FI.DKIPIAX
WIT.VKPS my hand and the seat of
said court at Miami. Florida on iht>
::"ili 1l.1v of January, lft7S
KICIIAHU p RRIXKER
As 1 'lerk, cn,mi t'out 1
Kaile CoUlltl Plorld
Bj I. RXEEItEN
As Deputy il.-rk
11 'Ireult Com 1 Seal 1
Wll.t.l HI SIIAI'IKO
\ 1: 7th Street
Miami I-M..I Ida HISS
All..liny for Petitioner
I '5-9-18-JI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO 73-2405
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN' RE: The .MurrluK,- of
.11 'NATHAN Wit IAMB
Husband, and DIANE
WILLIAMS. Wife
Ti>: DIANE WILLIAMS
Realdence I'nknown
VOI' ARE HEREBY Ni >Tll'IK] I
that an notion fur dissolution of tnar-
rlajri has been filed ataii -t you. ami
v..u are reouireil t.. serve R copy of
M.ur written defenses, if any, lo it on
JOSEPH UBK8TDN AJJfyiey f,,,
J'-iliii.ner. whose address is lOftn
Bprlim Harden Road, Miami Florida
SS136. and file the orialnal win, the
Clerk of the above stijed .nun e or
before Mar.h 7. 1971; otherwise .,
.njilftrnt-nt itinv lie entered aaainst \..u
for the relief demanded In the oeti-
WITNEBS mv hand and the seal
Hind curt on Jan. 31. R.73
RICH A P.I > P BKIXKEH
Clerk. Circuit Court
Pv c p COPBLAND
MBBtf Clerk
iCinuii Court Seal)
2 8-9-16-2J
CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-4?6
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: r: .,,.
.-II.I I.A 'I SI I'l.Ill'
I Ii
o All I'ri
it Claim I
You are hel .11
1 il d< maii.l-
U In- Il > "II ln.i\ .
1 t T sl'TI .1FK ib
' 1 mil FI01 Idn
Ihe I'll .; .
'"i 1 :li 11" imi iluidicati anil as
tin \ nl. I : .
Statuti 1 Ihi fflci III I hi Coun
- in i, Dadi unti Plot
Ida. ulthin sii ci mot h 1 ..
lit* time nf Co fi:-t liublli it..... in ri
of, nt Ihi same ill In burn 1
1 lilti .1 in .Miami. PI. da I
of Januari \ l> 1911
IM.i iREXCK S PASTER
7 ji Entoti s reel,
Hollrwcs ,1. I- htrid 1
As Bxecutor
Fir-t publll alii'ii i'f thll n"i" 1
the -ntl da] of Fi bruat y
Sheltl"II 11 P.ill. \
Attorney 1.a k-i.i',
1497 N \\ 7ih Street M
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-1940
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M \l:l:i ItIK "K
GI-OHI \ I.A/11
ami
ItKIXALIX) LAW)
TO: l: i'l \ \ 1 1 .. 1 |jva 1
Call. Ti 1. era, Xo ::",".
entre 'J imil 4
Vedadn. ci 1, \
VOI' ark HEREBY
thai an action f..i 11 u
rlaae iia- I,.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Xi iTR'E is HKRKH 1 TEN >!.'
Ihe unilersla'ned, d,--" I enesire In
busini under the u nami of
VIP TRAVEL al sul S W III Birea-t,
Miami. Fla. mi. mis lo rlsafletbr i I I
n.itni null the clerk "i the Circuit
1 '.'in 1 ..I 1 lade i'i>unt>. ii"- Ida
HAVID IIAYI.i K
___________ S-9-18-M
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO VI.I. Tn WHii.M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL iii.MI'. OREETINCS:
When.,-. WILLIAM I i;n||iWH|;\|.
Miami Reach Florida JCNE l>
1'i'l'iil'H, Miami It.:. I Florida, BV.
i:i.VN V CiillN. Mini Reach, FIOT
lid on the 16th ilai of May. \ I>.
ni-.- in be Ini orti ited u
I laws "f the Statt il I 1 I
SALI'DA. INC a corporation, with its
i..ii plai e of husim ., ami
1 In ml \heit\. iii. tiroper of-
lli 1 fount) Slate of
Reel : 11 I .....m
da) "f May, A.D I
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f nf ihi Biati : ,

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Ihe 17th 1I111 "t Jai nan \ I
a '" I., fib il Ii the
"f si.,i. : ihi Sl ite of
Ihi 'I utn<
.....in. 'i undi s.
St.it 111.
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Xo. tb. refon
State doe* hereby rei
d thai he 1-
requlri 111. 11
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ITtl da) ol Jui
RICHARD IPR'K STONB
Si retary ol s-. .
NOTICE UNDER FICTltlfJUB
., ,,, NAME LAW
M'l ICE IS HEHF.HY OIVEN 11. it
lie utiderslKiied. deslrlna 10 enanite
111 hUt-liii-as Ull,|,.r ,,. ,p,,OMS ,
' I VPPEH s :,. | 1: ,.- aa-i, ,-
'. Miami. Florida no. int. to rea-
|-''i said name with ik. Clerk ol the
' 11. un Courl ..f i-.iii. 1 unt) Fli
nl,1
ISRAEL ROZENCW M'.
I.....nanl K'allsh
foi tppllcant
i'. 1 lul'ont RulldinR
1 S-9-M n
Ni.T
riFIED
Mai
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No 73-421 Uudge Dowl.ng
(formerly County Judges Court)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RK Estate
ruMCe lias been riled aaalnsi -... ,,,,.i '.'! Batate of
vou are 1..111.1.1I In -,n, ., ,.,,,, ,., BW.\ IO I. VZZA ItlX,
vi.iii written defense*, if anj t,. it ii-ia-.i
on ARE Ki iss. attornei for Petitkmei '" ^" *>edllora and A
ei
whose address i- |o| \ w I2ih \v.-
nue. Miami Fl., PSA, ami file the
orialnal ith |hi rlert 1 the ahovi
stj led 1 ..un on or In fore Man h Ith
lH7:i: ntli.ru Ise a defaull will I., en
i.r.'l aaalnat you for the rebel .1,
iiiHiided iii ih. complaint .. petition
This notice shall I" oubllshed
:n ii week for f"ttr eonseeutli
in THE JEWISH FUHtlDI \ X
WITNESS m\ Imnd an.I the neal
i'f said court at Miami., Florida
un- :'. day of January, 197 I
RICHARD P MI'.INK-F.lt.
As Clerk, Cir. uit 1 '..ui t
Dadi County, Florida
By S A HEW lit
, ,. A* Deputy Clerk
'I ir.-uit rViajrt Seah
ABE KORS
I'H N.VV, Uth Avenue
Miami, Fla SSI-4K!
Attatmey for FetUkUM r
- !
I -I'l s II.,. .
An.nr.si .-..nl
once
weeks
(ii
ln ci.oms ,., Demand'
Estali
)"" "' hereby not Ifled at 1 11
'l"''' d I" '" nt am lah 1- .....I tli -
llianil- uhnh VOU 1111... 'aw .,,,-uiisl
Hi' 1 -lal, ,.f SYLVI11 I VZZMllN il.'-
..-. .1 late ..f Dade dunly.Florida,
in I,. 1 ir.uit .lu.lc. "i Rude County,
""' Rle ih, -,.. | .lupllrat.. and
as provided in Se. i. 7JJ .. Klnmla
Statutes, in their nfflcea In the Cun-
t 1 ourtheuin m Hade County Flor-
I'la. within m\ calendar month* frt.ru
the flnii
if. or th
I '..tell
daj "f January
DOLORKS M IJUEKARIN
... As Kx- uli ix
I ir.-t ..ulilnatlun of ,hi noUc* "
he aid day ,.f February. 1*73
ROBERT It WHITE
Attorney f..r E\e.-Utrix
n>z-i Alfred 1. iuPonl Bulldtna
i'i-
'r the first Mihll. Htiun here-
-aln. will 1., I,.,, i. i\
at Miami. Florida, thi- 40
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:
day, February 2, 1973
vJknitfr fkridtictn
Page 15-C
it-hard Tuckers, Alain Lombard At Beth Sholom
1. .'. Richard Tucker is still an
| .(l cantor, entitled to per-
Iforn eddin^s and funerals. Tuck
icrvice* al the Great Synagogue
n Tel Aviv Crotvd!< jammed the
lilies and firemen wearing prayer
-h.iwl- over their uniforms were
"a'led in to maintain order. At
Hi. end of the ritual, hundreds
formed a proci ision '" hind Tuck-
et th on ;h tl"> downtown -t1111
of th" T-rac'i metropolis as he led
them singing Sabbath hymns..
The tenor ''.ill arrwar in con-
cert at the Miami Heaeh Audi-
torium on Sunday,
S:.''.0 p.m. under th.-
Fob. 11.
ausp c -
at
the Great V.ti-i- Series ol Tent-
pie Beth Sholom. in honor of
the temple's 30th anniversary,
the 25th anniversary of tin Slal
of Israel, II,' will in- accompanied
by the Greater Miami Philha
nonic Onheslia, <;i>niuct.'(l bj
Alain Lombard,
His program ivi'l consist of aria-
from I.a Juivc, Man.in Lcs'aitl
Andrea ("henier. Cavalleria Rusti-
cana, and others.
The orchestra, undi r the mus'-
. ea' direction of A'nin F/ombard
will feature the Roj il Firework.'!
music by Handel and "Pi 'tures Al
An Exhibition." hv Mussorgsky.

nings

KKHAKD TUCKtR
it |. hoc* all opera and concert
i-uua- nent- twice a year i<> retun
to tl ministn for the fall Jewis!
High Holy Days and the tra li
tiona -1 tin-' Passover sedot serv-
ices
In c summer "' 1963, w bile on
i ri tour oi (srael, In- agi
i i iate .it Sabbath mot nin
Mr*. Isirnslock
Hadassah Veep
Brunch Guest
Mrs Reuhen Bien*tock, vice
i -. nt ..;' National Hadassah.
' i 4iie-t pi' ik, at the gala
fo" r.-iii'ie- < .! i! M 'M '
f th Ha da -ah Center for Winter
". -i is at the A' {let Hotel on
Tn. ; y at noon
VJ Bienstock ha- been a mem-
>ome *ectlon of Hadassah
i r junior Hadassah dajw
1 \.-'..,-ii d Into senior 11 i
I n lershlp when later she
pi sident of the South-
s nth Oak'an' County
ol Hadassah she served
h a- n volunl er fot many
mal vice
id nl the Hadassah eonven-
\ 11
Pi n stock ha been at
Sistoili.....I, Women's Di-
i .i v. [I an Rel i1 uns
< ,,. i- a raduatc of
ii \". ..v Yoi k.
Mi .\i: n, i hairman "r
,.. resid -tits will pieside,
.. Fn*l will ;iv. il"'
in, i;,i,\ard I.aza u-. sir
will entertain accompanied <>" the
\i v Ho tense Bn K -
ust be matle in ad-
To explain how |.....; >!. can
lake better care of their hearts,
WIOD is sponsoring the Greater
Miami Heart Assn. kick-off for
its 'Heart Month" campaign.
Five heart experts, Leonard s.
Sommcr. M.D.! David A. Nath-
an. M.D.: Matthew il. Bradley,
M.D.j Michael s. Gordon. M.l>..
I'll I).; nnd .lames K. -Iticle. M.I)..
wen' to answer 1- of th> most
frequently asked questions about
heart disease at a broadcast on
Thursday, first day ol "Hear!
Month" on Radio BIO from 5 30
i.in. to p.m.
Dr. Summer is the current
resident of the Heart Associa-
tion hi Greater Miami. He is
also director of the cardiovas-
cular lab at Jackson Memorial
Hospital. (
t tty National Bank Corpora-
tion, a Miami-based hank hold-
ing company, has announced
thai its loud of director.-- have
lieelan d a cash (\i\ idend of l'J'ac
per share on its Common Stock.
|\\ \ Photographer
Hadaftgali Speaker
TV .\\ i' h ('...Im ol Uv Minm"
< 'ha i.i i |n on Tf .day, Feb. 13 at H n n i'
!.,-. Yai hi and i 'ountr
p [irocram ......I
Hem Kramer?, a Miami i '"'
lonal photographi r "f thi
Wat Vetet at s,
,.,1'iiar/. who has a lom
isti ol m i'.emenl with I
fsiat An".,- an 1 ::".- I 7.e lei
Host worked for Israi l
;:.'- tal for over -'"> yen -
Ladies Annual Supper
Ti lr Menorah Sisterhood will
hold annual s'U>| er and (garni
rail the Social Hall on Smda.
Feb. 11 nl 6 p.m. All proceeds wll'
In i he i: i'iio'K School. M -
I ce i; ::li"i> Is president, and Mrs. i
I'iiwi Adnnnoz Is chairman of
ih" a
New Lubavitch Program
A M'Lave Malka for youth will
be held in a different patt >i
Great, i Miami even week under
the I lershtp of Rabbis Yltzchok
Marc s an.l Yoscph Samuels. The
] in .: i is part of a new
"Utot .i/i"' project to the M >rkos
L'Inyoneic Chinuch, educational
arm o| the Giabad Lubavitch
n.-iv ement,
Leonard Miller, iormerly vice
piesidenl and general mei
chandise manager of Jordan
.4orsh, Fla., is terming his own
vlanagement Consultant Com-
any to be headquartered in
vliami. which will specialize in
marketing and management
planning.
Children To I.carn
What Children
Art* Learning
i ". i di ; >..\ S > oi I lv
r-iii iti un tdult ed teal ion e i
. ,ndii a. : bj mt nbers of the I n
. v :: keen the oaii i '
ahr, .,- ol Ibc ma! i hein a
d in the a which theii
i en are atten lin .
Rabbi Sho'oni D ;. nskar. Oh
Pbrah prineiiml exolained lb '
"w >rk" hois w II also h conduei ri
in 11-,- arei- o' Jewish tradilio-
nclu lin Kash tt Slwb! os, prav-
,-r in-,i ti-.. sianl Icancc of the d i
ferent h 'ila\ Prim tl \ eon '"ri-
ot the program," he stated, "is to
lint th.....i i-ii- with the
iM.r.'. and Ira IHioi s whl h theb
VMi'i n nre currently Involve'
in "
Teachers nnt t, -. at in : h th
rvtoll el'wa'o'i c'a<-e- wl'l h*
Mrs. Chana Ltpskar. Rabbi Yitchok
Mnw i- R -''''i Ya.iko, Roth Rah
id Da- \-' Bhnniro Rahbl Yaako-
<"ki nil;. Rabbi Yitzchok Teitel
baum,
ISRAEL
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth ol Israel, has been pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment ol Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
S'j.V) pai value, pavable Feb. l^.
1973, to shareholders of record
on K.b. 10. 197.'! This repre-
sents an increase of 4.4'. after
allowance is made for a 25' I
stock dividend paid Dec. 15.
197-'.
The February Mlni-<'oniman-
ii.v Day of the Mental Health
Association, the second in a
monthly series of seminars, will
be on "Uving with Adolescence
l!r7.".," Feb. 7, 12:30 10 p.m.
at Temp' Beth Am
Bettl Bernaj of Miami Reach.
painter and winner of the "Prix
de Paris" and Medal ol the CitJ
of New York" foi- artistic merit.
will have a one-woman art show
during the month of February at
Kings Bay Yacht and Country
Club. Miss Bernay is a grad-
uate of Prttt Institute and
studied ut the National Academy
and the Art Students League In
New York.
Jewish Music
Featured Al
70A Meeting
A tin lebratinc "J< -
; M.....h" \\ .11 be '
ihi lie\l 'til tl
r>:strict ,c the 7. wiisl '
.... ol A '' a on Monda
t s -, ,: i:, th auditoi inn ol th
i' ral. 1133 No
: irdin In Loui
i lent n Brandei
/i > \
i en \\ ill In
: b\ I ,e- VV i nan, singe
I'ioni-1 at I his \\ ifi
i an I solos, featu
in" immilar folk songs in Rnglisl
and Hehrev
!; nine and 1-es Wag nan ar
-. alun ri in week I > programs al th
llemisnhi re 'ondominlnm, th
I, nunit\ Centi i, Sk^
,;, Country' Club and Miller,-
Count \ Club, Th.\ have iusl re ,
. stereo album with thi
t,. Kin of .li C urns
Mi/.in lii Women
Concert Feh. !>
\i Miami Beacli
The Floi .'.i Co .n.V ol Mizraeh
tjl I/. riKTI.I.N
1. Before the Six-Daj War how many year- were Jews un-
able to prn\ al the Western Wall?
2. What were the temporary qua ters called in which the
immigrants who arrived after the establishment of tin
state live?
3. What American Jew is known for his arch.....logical di
covet ies in Isra< I?
4. Name two important Israeli newsjpers.
5. Approximate^ how man) Jews have emigrated to Israel
since 1918?
6. With whom in the Bible i Mt. Carmel associated?
7. Who helped to e-taiii sh the wine industry in Palestine?
S. Name the medieval poet who wrote: "I am In the West
and my heart i< in the East."
9. Which city in Israel, in ancient and modem times, is
known for its hot mineral springs?
10. What doe- the expression "Kibbutz Galuyot" mean?
Answers to th- above questions will be found upside down
U-low. Kisht risht answers will indicate a good knowledge of
Israel. Ki\ <|iiesti>ns answered correctly is pas-inj;. (heck the
answers to see ho" well J'OU s.ori'il.
QI'IZ FIFTEEN ANSWERS
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JWV Posters at Sears
Prizes have been awarded h
inners of the fifth annual Broth-
,hood |Ktei concert sjionsorei
. Norman Bruce Brown Post
n. 171 of the Jewish War Vet-
rans. Students at South Miami
Miami, Miami Jackson and Miami
Kriison high Bchools received
iwards. Winning posters ate or
hspla\ at the Sears store at B s
cayne Blvd. and 13th SI
Jody Glasser To Receive
ilenorah Award Frila>
At 1'iiil.i i -, ning set \ Ices al
i. i, at ion B'i I ;:
\;, ii.n ah aw ard will be presented
.i,.(l daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I.X01 N'W 19 t
his .\'..ui! is the hir.'h
. ,-i Co I Sfi .t ol th.- Ji
dth
,l.nl> has mastered all of the
equiremi nts as set forth by Un
.a I Seoais of America in connee
ion with the Synagogue Council
nl America
Festival Concert S't
A festival eoivci t featuring Jew-
ih Iv.mioi and folk songs is slated
oi Wecln.s.la. al 8 p.m. in the
Mscus Auditorium, 9SS Alton Rd
TTTiest artists will be Hersliel
lendel, humorist; Mama Gendel,
uprano; Mori Frevmnn, baritone,
.iii.l Helen Treitman. accf)mian si
Editor Frisch Retiretl
MINN'K M'' is W -> L. H,
Ft isch. for 60 i t> '
World i his
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been e
WANTED
MUSAF CANTOR
by small conservative congregation
on Miami Beach foi High Holy Day
Services. Must present credentials
first interview. Write M. C, Box
2973, Miami, Fla. 33101.
ANNOUNCING
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^ i'.'ci Beach \ndi*ot bun.
Proceeds of the performance '
the i iii* cts aidin" 7.000 nhi'iben i'
;-.....t according to Mrs, Alfri
i ,. ki isteln. coordinator.
The Feb. IS program will fee
ime Hose Bvrum, Ro'e'ti Com"
nil nnd Igor Rengo. Jose i>h 1'
^ixai." is I'irector and Nat liar
Vnerbach is president of the Com
"">it Severs.
Psoriasis Group Meets
Dr. Gerald Weinstein will speak
on "Common Approaches to the
Treatment "t Psoriasis" Tuesdni
al s p.m. durins a meetinx ol thi
South Florida division ol the \'a
lional Psoiias.s Foundation. The
session at I'"' Washington Federal
otfice. 1133 Normandy Dr., is free
and oneii to the public. Dr. Wein-
^ti in is a member of the group's
medical adi isory board.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 197o 11:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
420C Biscayne Boulevard
"ISRAEL PRESENTS
Workfthop* Wi'l Include Information On:
Employment Opportunities
Student Life & Summer Programs
Business K Investment Opportunities
Kibbutz Programs
Retirement
GUEST SPEAKER
MR. OVAIMA SOFFER
Ambassador cf Isiael.
Member of the Peimanpnt Mission of Israel to the U.N.
CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY:
American Zionist Federation Israel Aliyah Center in
Cooperation With
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation Mizrachi Women
American Jewish Congress L.Z.O. (Farband Poale Zion)
American Jewish League For Israel Pioneer Women
Bnai-Zion Religious Zionist of America
Hadassah Zionist Youth Movements
Box hunch Complimentary
R.S.Y.P.
American Zionist Federation
538-6213
Israel Aliyah Center
358-6540


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Friday, February 2, 1373
Beginning today
Cruise Casuals is going
to clear their racks or
$500,000 worth of
suits, sportcoats
and slacks
Just look at these
ridiculous prices!
Slacks
90
reg.sold up to $14.75
your choice of:
wool, dacron & wool blends
& synthetic fibers
The Mens Fashion World
~0 fe> 2 *50
One Week. First Come First Served.
S.tepr^.t.Hftorybw,Kh,s.op reg. sold up to $59.75
your choice of:
dacron, wool & mohair blends.
polyester & wool blends
t.
>i:
MAin Factory
Showroom
W, iw .-
* 10 4
TlMlorgest manufacturer of fine men, clothina in FIrU-~
ry N Miaev, o**ch fbrt LAuderdal, 5901 Hollywood IUh k_. .... T "' ''Of Ida.
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r^I^udrrdaU 5901 HollywoodBlvd RmMHS. Miami, Cora. GablT, mJLT T^# .
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