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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 9, 1973

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 9, 1973

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 6
Miami. Florida Friday, February 9. 1973
Four Sections Price 25 cents
What's happening here
Israeli Arabs
Indicted; Spy
Ring Probed
Kobert Kusstll
Harry 4. levy
A RESPONSE AND A CHALLENGE!
The 1973 Comb ned Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Campaign goal
nas been set at $15 r liilion dollar; and we're well on our way toward making the
dreams of our Jewish community and the dreams of our fellow Jews throughout
the world come true.
On Feb. 14 the enthusiasm and energy and imagination that our community
leaders are dedicating to the 1973 CJA-IEF effort will be pulled into focus at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Pacesetter Ball.
The Pacesetter Ball will not oniy be one of the most elegant affairs this com-
munity has ever seen, it will bt dividuals in our community who have accepted some very special challenges
through their leadership-m-giving.
At that time, the 1972 Aliyah Pacesetter Sculptures will be presented (mini-
mum contributions of $10,000) and we will present the Snomer Yisroel Award to
contributors of $50,000 or more.
'The Pacesetter Ball is characterise of bo'h sid^< of the CJA-IEF coin: our
commjtrrvnt tha' fhe increase.* needs of the Jewish people whatever they may
be, shall be met; and an abiding sensitivity to the humanity that underlies each and
every gift
[he Pacesetter Ball is both a response and a challenge: a response to the
1972 in percentage of campaign increase and a clarification of the challenge that
our goal of 15 million dollars is more than realistic. It is necessary.
It's good to celebrate. It's good to share our successes with those who have
'made themjpjjntible.
But it Is 3lso rewarding knowing that we have examined our strengths and
have declared that by working together, no dream is impossible
TEL AVIV UTA) Four
Israeli Arabs were indicted this
week on charges of membership
in the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization and conspiracy to
commit sabotage. The four will
go on trial shortly before a Lod
military court.
Two of the suspects were ac-
cused of planning to hijack a
plane at Lod Airport. According
to the prosecution, they visited
the airport and surrounding area
in the course of planning the hi-
jack.
Meanwhile, the investigation
continued today of a Syrian-di-
rected Dmzfl spy ring at MajdaJ
Shams village on the Golan
Height*. Some 3.000 of the vil-
lages' 5.000 inhabitants turned
out to attend the funeral of one
of the ring's members. A/.at Abu
Jamal, who was killed on his
Wy to meet with Syrian agents
by an Israeli patrol.
He was Uu son ol Aim Jamal
Shaquib, alleged leader of the
spy ring.
The villagers said they at-
tended the funeral to honor the
dead man, not to endorse his ac-
tivities.
Rut Israeli police indicated
that more arrests could be ex-
pected at Majdal Shams. Fire-
arms and explosives have been
discovered on Mr. Shaquib's
farm. Israeli authorities said he
cultivated the farm up to the
Syrian demarcation line, and
planned meetings with Syrian
agents at the edge of his prop-
erty.
New Boats
Add Muscle
E NEW MISSILE BOAT TO B
TEL AVIV (WNSl -- Israel
will soon launch a new 415-ton.
SlO-million missile boat which
it claims is far superior to 12
similar craft built for it :n
France several years ago ind
faster than any Russian-built
vessel of the type known t> b*>
in Mideastern waters.
The first in the series ol '
new boats armed with seven of
Israel's "Gabriel" surface-to-sur-
face missiles, the Reshef," will
bo launched Feb. 19 by Tsra< H
Shipyards Ltd. on Haifa Bay,
the government said.
Cordially,
.U.i /$-*----
ROBERT RUSSELL
President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
7
fat
70,000 Immigrants
For Israel In 1973
0
HARRY A LEVY
Campaign Chairman
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Jewish Agency's second annual
General Assembly opened with
an appeal from I-ouLs Pin us for
greater contributions from world
Jewry to meet the cost of Jew-
ish Immigration from the Soviet
Union. The chairman of the Jew-
ish Agency Executive said in h;s
keynote address at the formal
opening that the Agency's bud-
get for 1973 is based on a fore-
cast of 70.000 immigrants this
year, most of them from the
l.S.SR.
According to Pincus. last year's
contributions were praisewor-
thy but they did not match
either Israel's needs or the ca-
pabilities of world Jewry. The
,li wish Agency was reconstituted
Continued on Page 13-A
1
ADL Coils For Review of School Board Investigation
Dade Teacher Who Asked Students
To Justify Hitler Keeps Position
An assignment by a North Mi-
ami- Beach. Senior High School
teacher, calling for his public
school, students to justify Htt-
ler's. actions in killing six mil-
lion Jews, has resulted in a se-
ries- ef, investigations still in
prepress. '
. The Jewish Ftowhan learned
'this,: week that the-Florida of-
fice, of the. Anti-Defamation
Leagueoi rj'nai B'rith has asked
llowssd Mcsstnan. acting Dad*
County Sehul Snparintendent.-
? the"
report of a three-man investi-
gating committee appointed by
the superintendent's office.
News of the assignment, which
numbered several Jewish stu-
dents in the class of North Mi-
ami Beach High teacher Jona-
than Williams, touched off im-
mediate protests by students and
parents concerned with the as-
signment.
What most disturbed tlMM In-
votred was-Mr. William's Insen-
In making the assignment,
tBwy*
could not under any drcum-
stanee* Justify the holocaust re-
ceived failing grades. Those jus-
tifying Hitler* "final solution
to the Jewish problem" received
passing grades.
All of the community's Jewish
community relations agencies
were contacted either by stu-
dents or parents directly con-
cerned, or by others learning of
the unique class assignment.
The incident took place several
months ago. and the instructor
has contended he did not have
any malicious intent in giving
the assignment. Mr. Williams de-
nies harboring any anti-Semitic
feehngs and reportedly gave the
assignment after finding that
most of his students were appar-
ently unmoved or disinterested
over discrimination against
American Indians, who were be-
ing studied at the time.
Mr. Williams maintains he
gave the "Hitler was right" as-
signment te shock his students.
Continued a* Page ISA
20 Iraquis
Get Visas
But 9 Die
PARIS i JTA i Diplomatic
sources here said this week that
20 Iraqui Jews have been given
exit visas by Iraqi emigration
authorities. This followed re-
ports last week that nine Jews
imprisoned in Iraq since last
fall were recently executed.
The saurces said that the fam-
ilies of three Of the victim* have
reportedly left the country- and
the families of the other six were
presumably hiding in Baghdad.
The homes of the nine have been
covered with signs reading. "The
former residents have fled."
The sources attributed the is-
suance of. exit visas to a power
struggle between the Iraqi se-
Continued an Page IS-A



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Nathan Skolnick Named
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Thomas Cohen Appointed
Guardian Dinner Chairman
The appointment of Thomas
Cohen as chairman of the Guar-
dian dinner at the Fontainehleau
. i .
_-. *
Ol Congregation Shaari Israel,
liklvn.. ]>ast president of Brooklyn
Region ZOA, chairman of the
j.e.ikers bureau of the Jewish
National Fund (Brooklyn Divi-
sion', and a memlter of the UJA
i la binet, Bklyn.
At present, he is vice president
ol Hillcrest Lodge of B'nai B'rith
und vice president of the B'nai
frith Broward-Palm Bench Coun-
cil.
Last month, Mr. ('ohen received
the Slate of Israel At/maut I Inde-
pendence! Award, one of the high-
est honors the Israel Bond Organi-
zation can bestow.
The 1973 Inaugural Conference,
which is currently under way in
Miami Beach, brings together
.1.000 Bond leaders from all over
I he US and Canada and will cul-
minate with the personal appear-
ance ol Prime Minister Golda Meii
dinner on March 3.
Accident Claims
Seminar Topic
Joe Fiorillo. Southeastern Re-
i.ional Director of the American
Arbitration Assn.. announces that
'he association is sponsoring a
1-day seminar on "Accident
Claims" as a service to the Florida
'iai and the Claims Assns. of
Florida on Friday, 8:30 to 5 p.m.
<\ the Sheraton-Four Ambassadors
Hotel.
Theme of the program is "l'n-
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listory, Concept and Aims." in-
haling the effect and application
the New Florida "No-Fault"
law.
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einert, Donald J. Post, Lawrenci
Kuvin, Edward A. Mass.
nd Richard S. Fuller, who wil
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Judge Sam I Silver, chairmai
the Miami Advisory Council a
ic American Arbitration Associa-
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Carner Book Review
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Friday, February 9, 1973
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Volume 46
Friday, February 9, 1973
Number 6
1 ADAR 5733
No Justification In First Place
The assurance of the Department of Defense that
Gerald L. K. Smith's broadcast over the armed forces net-
work "will not be repeated," as is usual, is small penance
for having given the notorious racist and anti-Semite a
government program in the first place.
One might question the Mutual Broadcasting System's
cooperation with the New Jersey Council of Churches in
first airing the program, but there is no question that the
Armed Forces and Television Service requires a good inves-
tigation of its staff when it fails to recognize the danger in
broadcasting types like Smith under government auspices.
Technion Highlights Progress
Scientists, physicians and laymen the combination
which has made Technion one of the world's great aca-
demic institutions will participate at the Second Annual
Conference of the American Technion Society. This is not
just another meeting but one, because it will bring to-
gether outstanding leaders from both Israel and the United
States, that will focus news attention on our area for the
next three days.
The fact that the Albert Einstein Award will be made
to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, the Miami Beach spiritual leader
who heads the Synagogue Council of America, provides
an additional local note to this most important conference.
Histadrut's Powerful Influence
The influence of this area in the work of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation will be seen again when the eighth
annual national mid-winter conference is held here for
three days next week.
While the sessions will be climaxed with a well-de-
served award to Rabbi Kronish of Beth Sholom, national
chairman of the board of the Histadrut Foundation, the
highlight promises to be the talk by Ambassador David
Rivlin, Israel's consul-general in New York and former
senior political advisor to Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
Histadrut's powerful influence in the development of Is-
rael and its American support make the meeting here one
of outstanding significance.
Pressure On Soviets Must Continue
The pressure on the Soviet government to relax its
emigration policies as it concerns Jews who wish to leave
for Israel or other countries obviously cannot be re-
laxed. While there is now a stated tax position which helps
somewhat, it is still so strict that for most Soviet Jews it
becomes impossible to meet.
The Jackson amendment to a trade bill is one which
holds a good deal of promise to ease the restrictions for it
is in the kind of tough language the Soviets understand
best. At a time when Russian agriculture is in trouble and
relief can come only from the United States, an amend-
ment such as Sen. Jackson's, which would deny most fa-
vored tariff treatment and participation in U.S. credit pro-
grams to countries that prohibit their citizens the right to
leave or raise such barriers as have been done by the
Soviet government, can bring about a change of attitude.
Support of the quiet diplomacy and the Congressional
actions will serve Soviet Jewry better than the threats of a
new wave of violence by the discredited Jewish Defense
League which, like all fanatical groups, is impatient with
the slow, but steady progress being made.
MATTER OF FACT
, MV


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WASHINGTON. D.C. Pres-
ident Nixon has a dangerous
habit of putting out particularly
lush and tempting-looking rugs
for his enemies to assemble up-
on. When there are enough of
thorn on the rug, ho then brisk-
ly pulls the rug out from under,
ng inevitable disarray. It
i- ;i game that he plainly enjoys
as he also greatly enjoys the dis-
array of,his enemies
No one seems to have noticed
it as yet. but Nixon-the-rug pull-
er is at it again. The ru
question la of course the recent
picture of the President a-
eluded, reclusive and cut ofl
from all normal contacts Thi>
was painted last month, on a!:
sides, when th President made
one of the most difficult
v decisions of his yeai
office.
This was the decision to
sumo bombing North Vie!
until the Hanoi leader si] i
they wore ready to sign ai
table cease-fire agreeri
The senators who suggested i
Presidi nt might well bo
mad when he took that de<
pit the exact result the 1
dent desired.
no ONE has remarked, eitl
that sedusion was the Presi-
dent's only sensible course
December. If he had com
the appropriate senators about
the bombing decision, they v
not have changed his mind Ai
they would certainly ha
breeched his confidence witl
half-an-hour of lea\ing the
White House,
!'.\ the same token, he could
not hold press conference
talk to the country on the
jrot. The sole aim of the Pres
dent's bombing decWoti was t i
get a specific result the m --
sage from Hanoi giving way oi
a long series of disputed points
When that message came, the
< oniiiiiii'il on Page 11-A
COMMENT
bv EDWARD COHEN
The letter from Leon Kll in
last week's issue charging me
with "hate" for President Nixon
was not up to my friend's usual
calibre, i do not use "friend"
lightly here. I respect Leon Ell
as a person, though I differ
with his politics on most occa-
sions. His loyalty to the Repub-
lican party is a favorable meas-
ure of the man t>ecause it has
not been easy, as a Jew and a
Floridian. to have been a Re-
publican during the lean years
I-eon Ell was so faithful.
I have no hesitation in an-
nouncing my dislike of Richard
Nixon's philosophy of govern-
ment, or that I am biased and
prejudiced against him as a po-
litical person and have been
for almost 25 years: the Rich-
ard Nixon of today, in my opin-
ion, based on my reading of the
record, is no worse now than
he was then. Nor. in my opinion,
is that record any bettct.
Take Watergate, as an in-
stance. To me it is the culmina-
tion of a career tlia' began with
the destruction of Jerry VoOrhees
through innuendoes and lies,
that was fostered by similar
tactics against Helen Gahagan
Douglas and received national
reward by sup]x>rt of McCar-
thy ism. The President may not
have had a direct hand in the
Watergate machinations but
there is no doubt in my mind
that the atmosphere in the
White House provided the sanc-
tion for those of his associates
who planned and carried out one
of the most frightening political
acts in our history
TO ME, the Nixon record over
the years has been without com-
passion, justice or peace. It is
illustrated vividly in his Inaugu-
ral Add^ss and his budget mes-
sage. I agree with him that many
of our social programs havi
worked, that the elimination ol
some is a necessity But thei
i- no recognition thai the
lems are still there The Nixon
administration, as Walter Hi
former chairman of the Counc I
of Economic Advisors said, is
investing less In people an i
more in machinery." And. he
added, the President made, what
to me is the hallmark of the
man. "a fiendishly clever appeal
to the worst instincts of the
i>eop!o. and couched it in ail high
moral tones."
Listening and watching his
first press conference in many
months on-' had to be stru !%
with the harsh tones in which
he spoke of the news media and
those who avoided service in
Vietnam. I am not certain, my-
self, exactly how i feel about
this question of amnesty. Ii
must not be forgotten thai l
was Nixon who. during the last
dential campaign, said that
"I. for one. would be very lib-
eral with regard to amnesty
Now that he has won what he
believes U an absolute mandate,
he told the nation last week
that "Those who deserted must
pay their price the price is
a criminal penalty for disobey-
ing the laws ot' the United
States."
AST FOR the ;,re bitterly told in 1962 that it
would no longer have Richard
Nixon -to kick around." it is
apparent that anything less than
ioo per cent support and an
equal amount of docility will not
satisfy him The latesl Issue of
the Columbia Journalism Re-
view, which analyzed the press
during the last election, re
that he received the support of
9! per cent that's correct1 It
is ditficult for many to under-
stand thi sensitivity of the
atmosphere of repi
ich has been creati I
(ministration
I ;- many years as an ii
* i; ati\ i : orter; was
l reporters as -1
': i ii k Hague's poll in thr
I a; pea red before I
l was guarded I
* veral weeks around-the-clo
because of gambling artic -
wrote, I gave vital informal:
to the Kefauver Committee ai I
I know what Nixon's poli
A tree pn ss, even whi n
it supports him for election
stitutes an ever-present danger
to the real Nixon.
IN A VERY summary way
it I had the time and space '
could write a book on thi>. I
suppose I have tried to ai
swer Leon Ell's plea to "stop
writing from hate and get down
to facts and truth." These a "
some of the facts and truths a.-
I see them; I hope they a
not written in a spirit of hat<
I obviously dislike, distrust si
detest the man. I have as th<
dictionary would state it. a
very strong aversion which how-
ever lacks the actively bosti
malevolence associated with
hate.
The latest issue of Recon-
struct ionM magazine dead
the revered Abraham J. Heschei
as "no who "burned with a le-
sion for compassion, for do.
in human affairs, for the holi-
ness which he discerned in the
very act of living." Thei. 9
few who can equal the salntli-
ness of a Heschei, but many try
in their way. In the 25 years '
have followed the record
Richard Nixon, I have felt that
he represented none of these
ideals and. in many acts, quite
the opposite.


Friday. February 9, 1973
+Jeisti fhridlimr
Theological Seminary
Convocation-Dinner
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Greater Miami will be.the scone
once a^ain for the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary's annual mirl-
DR. LOUIS HNKUSTEIN
winter convocation anil dinner,
which will take place at the end
i February in Temple Emanu-EI
of Miami Beach and the Diploma!
M tel, Hollywood.
The annual twin events will be
th' 14th, since the first convo-
cation and dinner wen held here
in 1959.
This time, in addition to the
piesentation of honors and awards
to outstanding public and Jewish
communal figures, the affairs will
serve to Introduce Miamians t"
Dr. Gerson D. Coin n. rabbi, his-
torian and scholar who is the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary's new
chancellor.
Tl e affairs will take place Wed-
nesday. Feb. 28. with the convo-
cation set for 3 p.m. in Temple
I.m.m'i-KI, and the dinner for ti
p.m. in the Diplomat Hotel.
The convocation in the temple
will open with a procession of
academic, civic and religious dig-
nitaries. This will te followed by
delivery of the annual Samuel
Friedland Lecture, and then by the
presentation of the Seminary's
Herbert U. Lehman Ethics award.
Recipients of the Seminary's Na-
lonal Community Seivice Award
v ill he presented to the convoca-
tion audience but will be cited and
given the award at the dinner.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, the Sem-
inary's chancellor-emeritus, will l>e
;i.c Samuel Friedland lecturer. His
topic will be. "Ethics and Religion:
Rivals or Partners-" Dr. Kinkel-
slein became chancellor-emeritus
1 ist June when he Stepped down
after 32 years as the .Seminary's
chief executive. The lecture is
named for Samuel Friedland of
Hollywood, founder ol Food Fair
Stmes anil board chairman of
Temple Kmanu-Kl who is also an
honorary fellow of the Seminary's
Society of Fellows and a longtime
member of its board of overseers.
Admission to the convocation
will be free to ticket holders, who
may secure them at the offices
of Temple Fimanu-F.l on a first
come, first served basis.
Admission to the dinner in the
Diplomat Hotel will be by invita-
tion only.
The convocation and dinner are
held here near the start of each
year to acquaint Jewish leaders
from across the country with the
S, minary's annual programs and
needs.
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America (its name in full)
is the academic and spiritual cen-
ter of the Conservative branch of
Judaism. It trains rabbis, religious
school teachers, cantors, youth
leaders and professional workers
lor the Jewish community. It is
also the sponsor of a number of
eciaUzed scholarly Insl tutes, in-
rluding the 35 year old institute
foi Religious and Social Studies, a
pioneer in ecumenism and the first
ol its kind devoted to the inter-
religious study of core social and
public issues.
The Seminary is also a pioneer
in the development of pastoral psy-
chiatric .studies. It is the sponsor
as well of the Jewish Museum of
New York; the pri/e-winning
"Eternal Light" broadcasts on the
NBC radio and TV networks, and
the broadcasts of the "Directions"
-erics over the ABC-TV network.
The Seminary has schools in
Mew York, Los Angeles and Jeru-
salem, with 4.000 students overall.
Men studying for the rabbinate are
ordained following comnlotion of
graduate courses that range from
a minimum of four to a maximum
ol six years.
Seminar on The Family
Dr. John W. McDavid. professor
in psychology at Georgia State
University, will present a half-dav
seminar titled. "The Changing As-
pect* of the Contemporary Fam-
ily'' on Monday, Feb. 19, a1 the
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Friday, February 9. 1973
Founder's Week Tribute
To Samuel Friedland
Ii started hack in 1920 when Samuel Friedland opened a
sma'i meat store in Harrisburg, Pa., little dreaming it would
omi da) grow tn be one of the nation's lai test retail I.....I
sins.
A >rt and \ 1 today at age 73, Mr.
FYifdand Is urrently the object of a com-
pany-wide Founders W ck tribute.
The company Is Food Fair Stores, Inc. The
storj :- i>; ically Ameri aui
Thai one meal ston led to '-'' small com-
bination mi grocery stores serving e
number of central Pennsylvania towns.
The-, in 1933, in the depths of the depres-
Frie Hand and iii> associati s pn
"1 1 res iui es to tost n n ......
:: a grocery store where p ople scr\"cd
them.sclvi s.
\. b rna'l store, but a 'argi markel A
- : k 1 ma ket A market where merchandis
was mass:vel> displayed for easy self-selection A market geai I
:,, |a) g0 volu sal and a smaller profit on 1 a 'h lt< m.
The concept was tested in a renovate I garage in Harrisburg,
fie fi -t supermarket in Pennsj .ania's iapital citj and one
the firs' in th. nation. It was called Giant Quality Food Pri
("utter. Inc.
Consumer response was overwhi nine It was the spring-
hoard i": 500 modern Food Fair and Pantrj Pride supet narkots
which Uxla> sen mi! ins ol onsumers along the eastern
scaboai I in m Rhode Island to V.i>:. la.
In addition to supermarkets, the company 01 -at a chain
-.."1 J. M, Fields discount department stores and a nun
.,,. .... mg and processing plants. Annual sales an
n $2 billion
M Fi edland the company's first president and chairman
of the board, now serves as chai ti 1 nitti
To what do th '..'. foui pi ./ Food Fair's
i-th through the yea Being honest with shoppers, giving
lh< m goo I quality m lean stores." J
ii.-
Dr. Gordis Opens Series
'73 At Emanu-El Sunday
Samuel Frierffond
Dr, Robert Gordis, Seminary
Prof ssoi of Bible at the Jewish
rheolo ieal Serninary ol America,
.. 11 1, the guest ak Sunday
nn: as 1 mple Emanu-KI
:: 1 ,^ it^ ninth annual Sundaj
, Coffee F01 I Challenges
11 the Jewish O 1
Albert Davidsoi '
, Mj j Bi ach coni n is
hairman of the rii s, which wil
,,, tin (.-. 18 with Di VV<
, .-,..;, ,A eul m '. ce president
.1 the Ral bink-al Ass and
onclu le F b. 25 with I"
\ i. v ice chano llor ol th< Je ish
rheological Si n ina since 1951,
Mr. Davidson's appointment was
,nnounc< I by J Herbert S.
hapiro. president.
lr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi ol
iVnii le Emanu-El and president
i| the Sj nagogue < ounell
ot
Dr. Fogler. Educator,
Discussion Leader
Dr. Sigmund Fo foi me-
principal in the public scho -
I Sew York City, will be disc issior
leader for tin- i eat Ji *1*h Bo il
D;sru>-ion Group on Thu
Fob 15 at -' p.m. in the Miam
h Public Library.
Subject ol the talk w
retz." i -; lered the father n
Viii tish lit ra in San
serves as o In I th
ip.
Ira Guilden, Louis Boyar,
Jacob Arvey Chair Dinner
Threi ol the Israi
p ed as co-
. fort 197.1
i itional It. i ra
i :.(! the culminat nj
s sshm which wi el
Ivlinistei Golda Meir to Mi
I ai h, and pay tribute t" S
I. thberg, gi neral chairman ol the
i- ,.el Bond Organization and .1
1 ei i>[ the 'ii ive in 1951. The
dinner will be held on Saturday
1 ening, March 3,
Heading international coi
i'1 if sponsors "t Israel's 25th
anniversary dinner in tribute to
Mr. Uothberg, are Ira Guilden.
lident of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Louis H. Boyar. chair-
man of the boanl ol governors,
and Jacob M. Arvey, honorary
chairman of the Chicago Israel
Hond Campaign.
In making the announcement.
t.eo ft pxe :uti> e vici |
f Israi noted that
..:eas of the
is a lea lei ol business
ing m New York <' tj
Mi Boy ai 1- ,1 West coast buildi r
opei .- ini Mi A. w'.\ is .
Midwest civic leader and head of
.'. legal firm in Chicago.
More than 2,000 American and
Canadian Jewish leaders are ex-
|iected tn participate in the con-
ference activities. Mr. Bernstein
1 that the 1973 goal of
$360 million in Bonds is indis-
pensable for the implementation
ol the development projects cov-
ered in Israel's new development
budget totaling $600 million."
1
That goal, Mr. Bernstein stated.
would represent an increase 'of'
more than 30^; over the record
[ata of $270,404,750 in Bonds last
i year.
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to be willing
TO DiE SO THAT
HONOR AND
JUSTICE MAY
LIVE
Throughout history,
millions of Jews have
died for our dream. ______
Many gave their lives in the Six Day War. Many more are
prepared to make the same sacrifices today.
And let us not forget the eleven members of the Ofympte
Team who were brutally murdered at Munich.
Ours is a dream that has been passed down through history
from the Jews exiled in Pharoah's Egypt to the Jews trapped in the
Warsaw ghetto. From Auschwitz and Buchenwald to New York end
Greater Miami..,
Every generation of Jews has dreamed of a world where all
Jews could live in freedom and dignity.
Our dream fives when an abandoned child is taken into a
Jewish foster home. It lives when a Jewish boy kicks.his drug habit
- and finds his faith. And when a Jew from Eastern Europe gets help
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Our dream lives because you keep the spirit of Jewish brother;
hood alive. Through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the
agencies it serves here in Miami and throughout the world.
\ With your help, no dream is impossible.
Support the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined
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Friday, February 9, 1973

Wednesday Seminar Features
Financial Expert Sam Shulsky
S_ Shulsky, noted author of
i> ationalfy syndicated column,
'liiweiur's Guide," will be the fea-
tured speaker at a Forum on Per-
sona: Financial Planning Wednes-
day morning at 10 a.m. in the Fon-
tainebteau Hotel.
The second wsmoii of the Na-
liona] Mid Winter Conference of
the Israel llist.i.liut 1 oundation
is free and open to the public,
but reservations arc required.
A continental breakfast will be
served, and tickets may be se-
cured at the Histadrut confer-
ence efflen in Suite Stt of the
43U Lincoln Road Hide.
Eugene Gold of Brooklyn, dy-
namic DUtricl Attorney of Kings
County ami one of the nation's
most prominent prosecutors, will
be chairman of the Wednesday
vminar. Mr. Gold, an active leader
ol Histadrut in New York, is one
of the foremost authorities in the
United States on Soviet Jewry.
lie has traveled extensively in the
Soviet Union to contact Russian
Jews, and only this week returned
from a special mission to Israel.
Dr. Sol stein of New York.
a renowned economist and
broadcaster who is national
president of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, will share the plat-
form with Mr. Shulsky.
Four books are among the writ-
ings of Mr. Shulsky. Included are
"Stock Buying Guide." "Vocational
Opportunities in Finance," "In-
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vesting for Your Future." which is
revised periodically and most re-
cently, "Investment Guide for
Women."
Mr. Shulsky is past president
of Uie New York Financial
Writers Association. His column
appears In New York. Miami
Beach and across the nation
through King Features Syndi-
cate. He covered Walt Street for
more than SO years as assistant
financial editor of one of New
York's major dailies and up-
dated the stock market story
five time* a day for a national
wire service,
A graduate of the University of
Rochester, N. Y., Mr. Shulsky did
graduate work in economics at
New York University.
Wednesday morning's Forum
on Financial Planning will In-
clude such topics as "Stocks,
Bonds and Mutual Funds, Are
They for You?" Other Items will
include "How To Increase Your
Spendable Income." "Your Es-
tate and Taves: Pitfalls In
Drafting a Will." and "Helping
Yourself While Helping Israel."
Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir
Dr. Leon Kronish:
Champion of Israel
They call him "Mister Israel"
in Florida.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi ol
"' mpli Beth Shoiom for more than
28 years and national chairman
. drut Foundation, has earned the
title of "Champion of Israel"
through a lifetime of service to
the Jewish state
A product ot the I.alwr Zionist
youth movement, Or. Kronish
was in the forefront of Itcform
rabbis who followed the lead of
the late Or. Stephen S. Wise in
', changing the image of their
, movement to ardent supporters
of the State of Israel.
Today. Rabbi Kronish not only
j leads the Israel Histadrut Founda-
I tion. but serves as national chair-
j man of the rabbinic cabinet of
State of Israel Bonds. He is the
' former general chairman of the
I Greater Miami Committee tor
Israel Hon.is. ami helped Miami
become the leading Bonds com-'
I munity in the United States on a
;ier capita basis.
For the second straight year,
Or. Kronish is associate chair-
man ol the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel EtnergenC) Fund
campaign ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, lie returned
this week from two ke> confer-
ences in Israel, serving as an
official delegate to the meeting
or the reconstituted Jewish
Agency and to the prime Min-
ister's Conference in leruaolem.
Rabbi Kronish was th<
chairman of the national 1st
Committee of the Central i i
no ol American Rabbis Now he
i.s cochairman of the Joint Com-
mission on Israel oi the CCAR and
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. Rabbi Kronish led
the effort to have the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute .>t
Religion make study in Israel for
a year mandatory for rabbinic
andidates.
His efforts for the Israel Hista
drut Foundation have produced a
significant share of the firsl
million raised for the health edu-
cational and welfare programs ol
Histadrut in Israel. p,i ...;.
-, ...
Mi.VISTf* SMft
f
MOST fRUMAH
>~
Miami Beach was the site recently of the
national kickoff of a campaign to raise S5
million for the Histadrut Mortgage through
annuity trusts of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation. Principals in the event which raised
more than S750.000 to provide mortgages
for Israeli veterans and young married
couples were (left to right) Moe Levin, chair-
man of the development committee; Gen.
Yitzhak Rabin, Israel ambarsador to the
United States and guest of honor; Dr. Sol
Stein, president, and Dr. Leon Kronish. na-
tional chairman of the board cf the Israel
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Finance Minister Sapir Will Present
Rabbi Kronish Israel Histadrut Award
m "W A hnani ___
Foundation Fetes
Board Chairman
Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir,
the man Mid to be the most likely
to succeoc Golda Meir as Prime
Minister of Israel, will fly to South
Florida next week to honor Dr.
Leon Kronish. his long-time asso-
ciate in Zionist Work.
Mr. Sapir will present Dr.
Kronish.- rabbi of Miami Beach's
Temftle Beth Sholom. with the S25
Million Award of the Israel His- -,
tadrut Foundation at the conclud- i
ing; banquet oj National Mid-Winter Conference
of the organization in the Fon-
tainebleai: "Hotel.
Blark tie is preferred for the
A p.m. dinner on Thursday. Feb.
IS, as Dr. KronKh receive* the
honor from Minister Sapir In
recoKnition of hit leadership In
r-.ii-.ini: the first S25 milUon in
cash and lone-term commit -
inents h> the Nrael Histadrut
Foundutlon.
Mbrt Freeman, one of the most
popular of American Jtuish
comedian; heads the entertain-
ment program for the banquet
which will celebrate the 25th an-
niversary of independence of the
State of Israel.
Israel's Kconomlc MlnUter to
the I'niti'd States and Canada.
Ze'ev Sher, will aciompuny Mr.
Sapir here for the conference
expected to attract more than
1.500 delegate* from throughout
the I nil.-el State* and Canada.
He is a graduate of the Hebrew
University School of Ijiw and
holds a masters' degree from
Harvard I niversity. He is for-
mer Deputy Attorney General of
Israel.
The conference opens Tuesday
light with a session featuring Am-
bassador David Rivliu. Monday,
the national board of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, will meet at
he Kontainebleau Hotel. A soc-
ial candlelighting ceremony in
'onor o! Israel's 25th birthday will
highlight Tuesday's session, with
Vioe Levin as chairman.
Minister Sapir, former seere-
' generul of Inracl's Labor
Party ami one of the 'oremost
leaders of llistailn t for niani
ears. entered the Cabinet 18
years ago as Minister of Com-
merce and Industry. He as-
sumed his post as Minister of
Finance in 1963. and will he
saluted at the conference for his
forthcoming inth anniversary in
Mint iM.silion.
Mid-Winter Conference Headed
By Sylk, Stein, Levin Teamwork
Planning the eighth annual Na-
tional Mid-Winter Conference <>i .
the Israel Hifttadrul Foundation.
which will i. climaxed with
Thursday night's $^>r, Million
Award Banquet, has taken the
combined effort- >t scores of na- '
tlOnal and local leaders.
National chairiiian William II. '
Sylk ot Philadelphia, who was
the second president of the Is-
rael liistadmt Foundation sue- J
ceedlnc Justice Arthur .1. (iolil-
berg, is chairman of the con-
clave.
Dr. Sol Stein nl New York, na-
tional president, coordinates a
small bul enthusiastic staff in the
national ; nd Florida offices whii h
has worktd closely with the Flor-
ida Advisory Council of the Israel
Histadrl I Foundation.
Moe Levin ot Miami Beach,
chairman of the board or the
Israel Histadrut Council ol
South Florida, has added the
duties of head of the Advisory
Council to his responsibilities as
national chairman of the devel-
opment committee of the Foun-
dation.
Samuel Fe rtstein of Miami
Beach, presid nt of the Israel His-
tadrut Council, placed the full fa-
llities of the local office at the
disposal Ol Mr Sylk. Dr. Stein and
theii ommittecs.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, chair-
mat; of the legal and judicial com-
mittee, Sidney Bolotin, cochairman
nl the board "f the Israel Hista-
..rut Council: Hen Zion Steinberg.
regional Histadrut director; and
Gerald Schwartz, conference co-
ordinator and public relations
council, played key roles in the
detailed planning.
J8th Annual Mid-Winter Conference Program
I Tuesday Feb. 13-7:30 P.M.
Plena.) Session
Guest Speaker:
Ambassador David Rivlin
( onsul General of Israel in Sew )ork
25 th tnniversarx \lusical Salute:
Sidor Bclarsky
Menorah of Statehood Ceremony
Chairman:
Moe Levin
Admission Free
TTT Thursda> Feb. 15 6:00 P.M.
$25 Million Award Banquet
Guest of honor:
1> Leon Kronish
Representing 'he Government of Israel!
Honorable Pinchas Sapir
Chairman:
William H. Sylk ..
Black Tie Preferred
H Wednesday Feb. 14-10:00 A.M.
Forum on Personal Financial Planning
Continental Breakfast
Dr. Sol Stein.
yoied Economist. Author and Broadcaster
President, Israel Histadrut Foundation
Sam ShulskV,
famed author ot ihe
Nationally syndicated column, "Jnvestor'i Guidt "
Chairman:
Honorable Eugene Gold
Dvnamii District Attome\ i Kings County
(BrooklynI Ven York
'Admission Free 3y Reservation_______
AII Se
1 ontainebleau Hotel
Miami Beach. Florida
KS\r......531-8702
Ambassador Rivlin
Opens Conference
Ambassador David Rivlin, for-
mer senior political adviser to
Israel Foreign Minister Abba
Eban, will be the principal speaker
*t the opening plenary session
Tuesday night of the eighth annual
National Mid-Winter Conference
f the Israel Histadrut Foundation.
Sidor Belarsky, one of the coun-
irv\ meat beloved musical soloists,
will present a concert during the
Tuesday program which gets un-
l-i way a} 7:30 p.m. Admission is
free, hut reservations are required.
All sessions are in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Tickets may he xecured at the
Histadrut conference headquar-
ters in trie 4i0 Lincoln Road
lildi;.. Suite 3S9. or hy tele-
phoning .">3l-8702.
Ambassador Rivlin. consul gen-
eral of Israel in New York, super-
vises the largest Israeli consulate
in the world and maintains close
liaison with Israel's permanent
mission to the United Nations.
4*3
AMBASSADOR RIVLIN
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What Sanctuary Means
Perhaps the concept of the Fair
&hare'r*lan"which ha- beeri" intro-
du.xi by some co:iL.'rei,'at'.ons in
OUT country at least approximativ
the stipulation: Know that the
(ABKI SOL LAN DAI
th David Congregation
11 has often been suggest' <1 that
Isiael reverse. It has frequently been .:u.,_.,a',v is but part of the e>-
cjahned that thel taDiishment unless ,he worship-
To r a h can ii' 1
the Jew instead
of the Jew car-
rj ing the Torah.
C< tainly il may
be stated thai
the ai tuary
whether it wa
the tabernacle,
the temole oi
iz.' G-d dwelling
the synapogu
was to symbol-
in tlie hearts of
people rather than in its build-
ings.
Quiz Box
By KABBt SAM! EL JJ. FOX
(o), 1973 Jewish Telegraphic Aisenry)
= /
K.ibbi Landau
What i the reason for the
Jewish Institution of "PhnniUh"
(Subbatiral year)?
The Book of Leviticus (Chapter
25^ati well as in other sources in
the Bible, explicitly demands that
the land in Israel not be worked
on the seventh year. A number of
reasons arc given.
First, by not working the soil
per feels moved to be involved in man re'inquishes ownership as if
t- spiritual endeavors. to admit that the Almighty is tb
It i- not true thai the synagogue true owner oi the land. Second. It
cannot Influence it< people unless shows that it is not the land which
the} approach it with "wi'ling produces by its power, but that
hearts" which are stirred to he the power it the AJmiRhty is the
-tiired? Jews must realize that in- productive spit it. Thiid. it displays
using each act with the dimen- the quality of generosity on the
sion of the spiritual elevates th.- part of the human owner who nl
building of a synagogue to a Mitz- \,ws the poor to come and glean
vah. This is no easy task For any- the harvi -t or whatever grows on
one. but the reward for such an the land.
at'itude is unsurpassed, because Fourth, because monetary debts
h. person indeed feels G-d in him. are ranc lied in the seventh year
miam
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREOA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshal Taxay. Cantor So'
Pakowitz. 2
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BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard S
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Sen 21
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MENORAH (Temptej. 620 75th St
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. '>
Friday B:iS p.m Bar ttiUvah: Mi-
riam, daughter nl Mr nud Mrs. AnaeJ
Molina. Saturday 9 a m Bar Mltxvah:
Onrv. miii of Mr. :illil Mrs -Mir.- I
N.-.-liitt.
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatom Waterway. Conservative,
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ea-
ward Klein. 29
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conaervative. ~abbl Irving A. Wein-
gart. Cantor Wil'iam W. Lipson. 4
i'i"i.ii (ai South Dnde Auditorium)
7 ." p.m.. teen ige nerviee: 8:30 p.m..
regular congregational service Satui
das D a in i in Ms in Sanetuan I Bai
Nlitzvah: .-":.. -i Mark, "on ><( Mr
and Mr- Robert Splegelman; 5 10
:. m on Coral \Va> Chapel) Bar
illlzvah: Peter, -.....i Mr* Barbara CONGREGATION ETZ CHAiM. 1542
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Ra:-bi Phineaa Weberma".
Cantor Leo Radm 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 6-
Collmi Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
The Torah lesson of Terumah
explains the purpose of the san -
ry in its o;ieni:it; key sent) n
'Speak unto the children of Israel
that they take for Me an offering:
ol every man whose heart maketh
him willing ye take My offering"
(Exodus 25:21. In concise wording
the people are told that they ari
a "lit to construel a unique insti-
tion which requires that even
the means ol fund-raisins be of a
- rial nature. Consequently each
id must not simply be a oontri-
The sanctuary syrr.bolia the
fact that this is the Lord's world:
il i~ the so ir ol life, of ju tic
and righteousness Man. who i-
hall angel and half animal, hall
n sen-c of compassion is exhibit '
by the creditor towards the poo'
debtor. Fifth, refraining from
working th? land '.minis one thai
the and of Israel is a holy Ian '
on, as it ib for other import-
:.t causes, (nit it is genuinely to deprived of illusions and of lighl
an offering to G-d.
priest and part slave is wistant'y Sixth, by refraining from tillin
engaged in combatting defeat and \h- M!ii. j man gives cred are to
success, loneliness and phoniness, ,|,,. tradition that the Aim ght>
hollowness and boredom, eccentri" reated the world in six days ant
Ityand genuineness, ritual exercis rested on the seventh.
and religious fulfillment. Seventh, since the farmer cav
This is to prevent the feel'na not work the soil on the seventh
expressed by Albert Camus in "Th v.ar, tlie year is to be sTen! in
Myth of Sisyphus": "A wor'.d thai study aid rel i tion Eighth, nco
can be explained by reasoning how- all are fro t > pai take of the Ian
ever faulty, is a fami'iar wor'd in the seventh year, all are equal
Bill In a uni\ >rse tint i< sudden'- the noor and the rich the
\a.tin.in
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman.
Ortho-
6
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi '.vrohem
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village Conserva-
tive Ratbi Emmet Allen Frank. Cm-
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
BETH KODESH. IU1 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segal. 6
r tabbipmh 'shaX""". hi" AGUDAS ACH.M NUSACH SEFARO
! .0, annl'erUry Ith X ire*?.' congregation. 707 5m St.. Ml.
In fact if the reader has any
doubt about 'he text. Moses re-
it-; it in ihe very same sen-
li nee: Yc take My offering." This
excludes methods of collecting
lies which aie questionable
.\licn used in the secular setting,
and certainly are unacceptable on
half of thi- sanctuary which aims
< concretize the Spiritual. The
i--ue is. then, how one knows
whether one has selected the cor-
1 approach in giving. There the
ti \t too is very direct in its an-
.- i i : Whose heart maketh him
willing," it says.
man feels a stranger. He i-
Irremediable exile, be a'ise he ;i-
deprived of mernories of !''-t hom
land as much as he larks hone o'
a promised 'and to come. Th s di
vorce between man and hi- life,
nd the free. Ninth, -i-v-
nai loi n >t 'i:i the soil he sho s -
ml Ii nee in the Almi jhty, bv
_ th M th Almi '.t wil'
urn- i ie him with stenance in
other way. Ten. sin re the
farmer i< always concerned ''
the actor and his letting, truly con- the soil, th > year in which the sol
stituti-s the fee'ine of abs'irdiu rests shows him that he is noi d>-
The physical declines with time- | pendent on the soil and should
the spiritual increases and deepens not be, therefore, totally prei eu-
"iih age, |,i,.d with it.
tint) Itabbl Shuplm Mill diwuns the
mb i..-i; "We Mum l>w>k Ahend:-' fol-
: I tinea Shabbal tln*ted bj
I 'Until HI.
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BETH TOV nemple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Sevmo-- Hir,ks 8
1'rnl.iv : p m Rabbi i 'harli > itubul
ill if., ate mid fnnlor s.\mm
Hlnken itl chiinl Ihe llturajy :i i---l
Ii) the holr < n i-k Khabl ul h .M.il t\ Mr. nnil Mr* Howard Ron. n i
in h ih, : dauahti Uli i.i i
Bac Mltsvah,
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi. ,
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
lc*rDh p N.irot 10
Pridaj s.l". I. in Rabbi Narol will dl-
'il-- the \i-ii 1-1 (toldll .\li.I with
Pop< Paul
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Haul J.
Bender Cantor Nithan Parnass 11
Friday 8 1.'. p.m., Rabbi IkMiderV ser-
mon ii.nii- ii Man Hullil n Sane-
tuar> for i: a S uurdiij :<:. :i m .
i abbi's -..i mon ipu Pm Don ol i lie
Week
----
OR OLOM ( I ample' 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative Rabbi Elliot
Winogrcd. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 13
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New Orleans
Symphony At
Uarrv College
*..
Barry Collese will [>resent the
Neu Orleans Philharmonic Svm-
ony Orchestra, Thursday, Feb.
at sr, p.m., Barry College
iditorium, 115th St. and N
ami Ave.
Conducted by Werner Torka-
ivslty, the program will include
' endelssohn's "M I dsu m m e r
"ii:l)t's Dream" (excerpts i.
Torkanowsky, now in his tenth
r as New Orleans' conductor,
. been extremely well received
ii recent seasons as guest con-
tor of the Philadelphia Or-
Hiestra. Boston Symphony, Detroit
Symphony, San Francisco Sym-
honjr, St. I ..hi,-. Symphony, New
York Philharmonic, and Los An-
M Philharmonic. For three
vt-eks in 198 he was conductor
oi the Israel Philharmonic in
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa.

Pianist Lettvin
Concert .Soloist
At Giismaii Hall
Pianist Theodore Lettvin will
with the Miami Philharmonic
Under the direction of Maestro
Alain Lombard in a one-perform-
anre concert. Fridav, at 8:30 p.m.
al Gusman Philharmonic Hall.
Opening the evening with Han-
oi I's"Suit*from Royal Fireworks,"
arranged by Hamilton Harty.
Lombard will be joined on stage bj
1 i ttvin who will perform the
Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor"
bv Oamille Saint-Saens
Soloist at the inaugural New
Yni l< Philharmonic Promenade
c< ncavti in 1964, Lettvin la cred-
ited with the American premier'
ni Barf ok s Scherzo for Piano and
Cbrr-estra. |
srnorsis Of r tvrtir tokah poktion
Terumah
' And the Lord spoke unto Moses, savin- "speak unto the
r>Mir|rpn of r*-i Ihat tney take for mo an ofI>rin?
tOiapters 25-27. 19)
THK SANCTUARY: Mosea was commanded by God to make
a sanctuary symbolteing his pPMence amon? ^ [X.,r)1(, ^ ^ cf>n_
structed according to the patten, which He would show him. For
this purpose the children of Israel were a.sked to make free will
offeringa of precious metals, fabrics, skins of various types, wools
oil. spices and incense as well as precious stones. The sanctuary
consisted of an outer court to which all Israelites had access con",
taming the altar of burnt-offerings and the brazen laver for the
use of the priests. There was also the tabernacle, which was di-
vided into two chambers. The outer chamber was called the Hu v
Place, and only the priests could enter to perform their sacred
duties. Tlie inner chamber was called the Holy of Holies, and con-
tained the ark. the most sacred article in the sanctuary. The
high priest alone entered once a year on the Day or Atonement.
There la a complete listing of the physical structure of the
sanctuary, as well as the contents and furnishings in each area.
The court of the sanctuary was a roofless oblong enclosure. The
entrance, which was on the eastern side, was covered by em-
broidered linen curtains of blue, purple and scarlet. The taber-
nacle, situated in the western part of the court, was oblong in
shape and was divided into two chambers. The two sides were
enclosed by boards made of acacia wood overlaid with gold. The
ark in the Holy of Holies contained only the two tablets of stone
inscribed with the Ten Commandments. It was made of acacia
wood overlaid with [.are gold both on the outsl Ie and Inskte, with
an ornamental rim around the edge of the upper surface. As it
had to be transported through the wilderness, two pairs of golden
rings were attached to either side of its base, through which holes
cf acacia wood overlaid with gold were inserted. The ark was
coven : with a -.late of solid gold screened by the wings of two
cherubim facing each other on each side.
THE TABLE OF SHOWBREAD: An oblong table made of
ecacia wood and ornamented with ifold trim, it was furnishei
'.' "' '' r B*** ;^,>n''. flagons and bowls. On this table were
displayed cakes ol fine flour arranged in two rows. They were
p!aM fresh on the table each Sabbath by the p-ie-1. who then
ate th- old loaves within the sanctuary, symbolizing man's re-
liance on God for bis dai'y substance. The candlestick was fash-
ioner, out of one piece of pure gold. Three pairs of arms branched
out from IK- central stem, all curving up to the same level SO that
the seven 'e r;s formed a straight line. It was decorated with
golden knoha -nd flowers and the accessories were all made of
d Inc'udln* 'amp tongs for trimming the wick and fire pans to
carry the burnt wicks away This golden Menorah also stood in
the Holj Place.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rtbbi Maurice
Klein. 14
I Friday t:l," p.m., Rabbi Maurice Klaln
; will -speuk mi. All About Vou
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ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Melfman. i
Friday p in ?-.rniiiii toph : mr
Threatened Values Saturdaj : ., m
aermon: Sedrah "f the Week
MUM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nt.
1 than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:16 n m Rabbi Nathan Zo-
I londefc n ill dlacuaa: "Th* Concept o'
I Charity .- not the Amount but How
, 11 is Given." Saturday m. aerv-
1, followed ti\ "Round Table" dla-
euaaion and hrumh
NOKtH MIAMI
IBETM MOSHE CONGREGATION. ?225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zlon
Kirachenbaum. 35
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MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodon.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Sv aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches IS
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ST*HAv* Conservative. Rabhi
David Raab. Cartor Saul Breeh.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rnh Mor-
decai Ch-mnvis
NORTH MImA:; BfACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1P2S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Miltcn Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. iS
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BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max L D-
tchitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1P3rd St.
Conservative. Hahbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
a
SINAI (Temple., ot NORTH DADE
18801 NE C?nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kngsley. Cantor Irv nj
Shulkes. 37
I'-nl.t\ I.i hit! null-it 1; 11 -1. Ral i
I !nrr> Tal :n 1 1 Ikofl \. ill -i- il
Prisoner* Katui 1 1
1 in 'i 1 ,1 1 f 1 hi w
vi ill be ktudled and ill*ru*ed
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
'9th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 3S
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowtxy. 3
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COffAt CABlfi
JUOEA (Templet. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave,
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummar.
41
IFrldas i". 1. m Rabbi Maxwatl
Kenter "ill apenl..... "Hou 0
' ""Imill Saturday N l!i .1 m -. v-
Icaa,
MWWN
MOGAN DAVID CO^ GREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. w
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FOtT LAUOUOALt

BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 43
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f"*NU.EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abramt. Cantor Jerome Klement S
KtMPANO BIACH
MNWG*th"ESt.JEW'SH CENTER M
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SHOLOM (Temple). 1X< sE ,Uh A
J^cno,.,erVn,'Ve- R*bb' Mo"" *^
Jacob Danziger. ~4
HAUAHDALl
HALLANOALe JEWISH CENTM
%S5u7S22>-m*^ NE a
J.'c'ob OSS*? *^* Cantw
20
BETH
ETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Cn. S.""". Rabbi Leon Kroni.h.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday
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Rabbi Shapiro To Be Installed At Beth Israel
Rbbi Mordocai Shapiro, ttaeol-
oc cii>. i a. iua....i, educator aid
rabbinical acbolsr, will be forniHlly
in-mr .: a- the rabbi nl Betli N
Continued From Page 4-A
: Ka! instantly topyed.
An I this ws hj i > Fit m j A
Ki linger fina trip to P
requii c I a rro>i no time toi I .
thci nn [Otiati in.
in-ii ad, that the
i -i lent ha i aJ1icswl the
couni y about the bombing de-
cision i).' had ealli i a press con-
l, : pnee tn answer quest Ions
al out In honesty, ho could
111 > have saitl that lie was put-
tii'- harsh extra pressure on
Hanoi to gel the result above-
i! Tibed. To sa> this In so
many words would surely have
thi i. suit itsell thai much
loss likely
NOW that this highly deli-
. ate matter i< iut o! the wa
the i pulling has alrea ry be-
Startin with the met tl
di ,rc his short t le\ision an-
nouncement of tli" cmiii: cease-
Ore agreement, the E*resident
hi 'l no It ss than four bipartisan
meeting' with congressiona
.. ad. is prior lo leaving foi
f oi ida.
This wa< almost up lo the
star lard of the late former
Presidi nt Lyndon B. Johnson
And when the President gets
hav-k to Washington, the lead-
ers' meetings at the White
:: se of course continue. They
b< amplified, too, by mow
tings with Individual sena-
tors and members of the House,
than the President ha- usually
s p' ruled.
in addition, the word has gone
. that the Presid nt i'.l oo
hi liij -- conferenci s
mats thai
., s, i":i. re will be not one
I Mt -". 'al radio ad esses ex-
plain White !:
i.. ,.,. ix hind irious se tions
, Sate of the L'nion mes-
aee t.> Congress on the budget.
In snort, ih" mu h-touted se-
rechishcness are
coming t.> an end. The nee 1 for
them has passed. The President
has t!? cease-fire agreement be-
hind him. The prisoner- will soon
he coming borne. The President
has plenty to talk about,
IT ts ALSO an excellent guess
that the President will carefully
point out the desirability of si-
lence when desperately del -ate
diplomacy i-s being combined
with severe pressure tactics. Th"
rule he offers the country will
he: "Roast afterward, but do
not boast or even talk while
playing for high 'takes for a
roach-desired outcome." When
he doe* so. too. it is hist about
dead certain the country will
agree with the President.
So the picture of Richard M.
Nixon as a kind of presidential
How-anl Hughes with >i n't'-'
penchant for usins B-52* just
:or the he'l of it. will soon he-
gtn to fado away Whereupon, no
doubt, the President will put OUt
another atfraetivo-lookimr rug
The temptation to assemble on
the rue will once an.-vn be too
strong for manv. A"d once ani"
the rug will finally be ou'led
O it from under the assemblage.
IT is TRUE, to bo sure, that
President Nixon is not iwrt
given to "the b' My-heiHv stuff."
as he unstyllshly put* it. It i5
true, too that many of his hard-
. est decisions have necessarily
been lonely d-ei-io--. Put it l
1f.i.*' a'-ove all that the P I-
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hewnVT man. eamh'e of thinking
eral moves ah-at of his "^-
in the political chess
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Max Gutiv.aiin. president. The Or-
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the Congrecat on at a dinni r In
Fortt Towers to honor Rabbi
Shapiro.
Speaking .;t the installation wil
be Rabbi B i na : iold 'not i a --
sociate din :l r of Torah U'Me-
sorah. national da> thool organi-
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Friday. February 9, 1973
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Chaini Gross Designs
Bond Award For Women
A sixvial now award has been
designed by international sculptor
nnd artist Chaim Gross to honor
CHAIN! GROSS
women who enroll as Israel Bond
Sponsors.
Sponsors are those who pur-
chase Israel Bonds in the following
categories: S5.000 (Golden Spon-
sor), $2,500 (Anniversary Spon-
sor), and $1,000 (Sponsor),
The gold-toned pin, which can
be worn as a pendant, dramatizes
the arrival in Israel of the Soviel
Jews and is called 'The Gate of
freedom." Mr. Gross personally
s ipervised the production of the
ii.- and each bears his signature.
Chaim Gross, regarded as one
rl the foremost artists, sculptors.
wood and stone carvers of our
time, was horn in the Carpathian
Mountains of East Austria In 1904.
Me came to the L'.S. in 1921 and
Was encouraged to develop his
talents at the Art School of the
Educational Alliance in New York.
0 studied at the Art Stu-
dents League and the Beaux Arts
Institute in New York.
He is the winner of a number
' important awards for his work,
including the national sculpture
prize given through the art pro-
cram of the United States Trea-
Joseph Schmier Named
'.Man Of The Vtar"
J seph Schmier has been named
"Man ol the Yea'" bj B th Torah
M 'is Club, according t > r ne
Schwartzberg, club president.
Mr. Schmier will be feted on
Sunday evening at a dinner to he
held in the Beth Torah social hall.
Jack Chaikin is serving a- chair-
man.
sury Department, the Silver Medal
at the Paris Exposition, second
prize for sculpture by the Metro-
politan Museum of Art in New
York, along with awards at the
Boston Fine Arts Festival. Penn-
sylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
,'n.i the National Institute of Arts
and Letters in New York.
In 1963, he received one of the
most significant honors in Amer-
ican art, the Medal of Merit for
Sculpture from the Academy <>f
Arts and Letters, which is given
once every five years to the Amer-
ican who has made the most im- I
portanl contribution to American
art and culture. Most recently, he
received an honorary doctorate
from Franklin and Marshall Col-
lege In Lancaster, Pa.
Mr. Gross is represented in the
permanent collections of leading
museums and universities, as well
as in recognized private collect
The Sponsor Award is a project I
of the National Women's Division
to encourage the sale of Israel
Bonds as part of an international I
campaign to help Israel meet crit- I
' :cal economic needs. Over the
years, Bonds have helped finance '
> the development of industry, agri-
culture, the construction of hous-
ing, highways, and harbors, the
exploitation of natural resources,
irrigation, and the promotion ol
tourism in Israel.
Mrs. Jan Peerce. wife of the
world-famed tenor, is chairman of
the National Women's Division.
Culture Wiucle
Honors Poet And
Yiddish Music
The Yiddish Culture Wincle will
mark Yiddish Music Month and
commemorate the 40th anniver-
sary of poet M. L. Halpern on
Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Rec-
reation Department Bldg. at 80th
St. and Collins Ave.
Guest chairman for the meeting
will be Rabbi Ellezer GoMberger.
Program wi'l feature Mordecai
Yardeinl. folk singer and lecturer.
who will speak on "Poetry andj
Song," and Sam Nashkin who will;
read poems ol M. '.. Halpern.
Social Democrats USA
Meeting Forum Sunday
The Greater Miami Branch, So
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ts next meeting and forum for
Sunday at l p.m in the Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington Ave
Topic for discussion will be "The
Radical Tradition in Ann
History." Guest speaker will be
Israel Solemnlck. former instruc-
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Dade Teacher Who Asked Students
To Justify Hitler Keeps Position
Continued from Page L-A
many ol whom are Jewish, into
realizing how self-centered Hiej
are when it comes to having
ympathy for people who are
persecuted, raring for their
group but not for others.
The Anti-Defamation League
70,000 Immigrants
For Israel In 1973
Continued from Page l-A
IS months ajro to embrace the
United Jewish Apiieal and the
Keren Hayesod along with the
World Zionist Organization.
President Zuiman Sha/.ar. Pre-
mier Oelda Meir. former Pre-
mier David Bin I im..... and Is-
rael's two ehiel nihhis were
among the dignitaries on the
dias at the opening of the Gen*
eral Assembly. The session was
rhalred by Max Fisher of De-
troit, chairman of the Jewish
Agency's hoard of governors.
The central item on the three-
day agenda was next year's bud-
get presented by Jewish Agency
treasurer Arye Dulzin. Speak-
ers included Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan. Deputy Premier
Yigal Allon awl Finance Minis-
ter Pinhas Sapir. The assembly
devoted eight hours to nine com-
mittee meetings on immigration.
housing, settlement, youth aliya
and other aspects of Jewish
Agency work.
20 Iraquis Get Visas
Continued from r*age l-A
Cret police, the army and the
general security services. They
did not elaborate. The Union
of Jewish Students meeting here
last Thursday, protested the exe-
cutions in a cable to President
Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr of Iraq.
(In Co|>enhagen. the Danish
League for Human Rights cabled
the Iraqi government today pro-
testing the recent killing of nine
imprisoned Jew*. Signatories In-
cluded Jens I.lllelund. who the
Danish community honored last
year as a "friend of Israel.")
I In New York, the American
J ivish Congress has called nn
the government of Iraq to con-
firm or deny the reported execu-
tions. In a telegram to Abdul
Karim al-Shaikhly. Iraqi am-
bassador to the United Nations,
the AJCongress called on Iraa
to "publicly establish that the
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ported executions, i
A source in Jerusalem said
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which preceded the show trials
and hanging (of Jews) in 1969."
has conducted detailed inter-
views with many of the persons
involved, Including students, par-
ents and school officials.
As the result of the inquiry
the ADL has learned that Mr.
Williams, who continues to teach
at the school, has received both
oral and written reprimands for
giving the assignment, the latter
becoming part of his permanent
personnel record. Also, school
officials have revealed that so-
cial monitoring of Mr. Williams'
classroom teaching and lesson
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sions to reprimand Williams and
to conduct special monitoring of
his teaching
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the ADL has now quietly asked
Mr. McMillan for permission to
review the report of the investi-
gating committee.
It is understood that ADL does
not intend to close its file on
this incident until it is satisfied
that school authorities have con-
ducted a complete inquiry and
that the actions taken have been
appropriate in relation \o the
facts developed
Recently an ADL official noted
its intentions to refer this Inci-
dent in meetings it is planning
to hold with Dade County School
authorities regarding the inade-
quate treatment of subjects to
Jews and Judaism in public school
education, including inadequate
training for teachers on these
subjects.
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At MB Home for Aged
Guest artists Betty Carson
Wales, Martha Melville and Tony
Simone "ill be featured in a ben-
'II concert at The Miami Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged on
Thursday, Feb. 15, at l p.m. Cur-
rently appearing on Miami Beach,
the performers will offer duets
from the operas Aida and Traviata.
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Will go to the S'iimJ B'rith Youth
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Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
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Friday. February 9, 1973
Sevmour B. Liebman
Book Review
Abuse Suffered By Jews Surpassing Tragedy
|N THE books The Execution or lens by WMliam R
Wilson (Charles Scribner's Son-. s_>.9.>. and Emil
Sehurer'a The Literature f the Jewish People in the Time
nf Jesus with an intro tuclion by Nahii'ii
N Glatzer ISchocken Books, $4.501
there is more than a tenuous relat on-
Bhip even though there is no mention
of Jesus in the literature.
Both authors are Christians, Wi'son
is a graduate of Austin Presbyterian
Theological Seminary and a former
teacher ol religion at Duke University.
Schurer, deceased, was a leading Ger-
asan Protestant scholar and professor of the New Tes-
ta ent. Glatzcr is professor ol history and social ethics
at Brandeis. His introduction is a guide to Schuror's
book. In the comment* on "The Testaments of the
Twelve Patriachs" Cpseudepigraphic) Schurcr proves that
"all Christian passages are to be ascribed to some Inter-
i'.'ator who. with a Jewish original before him, Intro-
duced mod i'i mi ions to adapt it to the purposes and
m rd- oi the Christian church."
Wi'son'< book will be a shock to fundamentalists of
all Christian sects. The author shows, devastatingly, tliat
the Synoptic Go pels the basis of Christian creed
are not htstnrically correct and are based on bears iy
ar.d unknown sources and are not the result of personal
knowledge. The innumerable error-, interpolations, in-
consistencies among them, and the plagiarisms were de-
liberately formu'ated so as to fortify Christian doctrine
and belief Psalm 22 "is almost a prolonged proof-text
for the key elements in the accounts of Jesus' last hours."
States the author. He doubts whether the Church of the
Holy Sepulchre stands on the spol of the crucifixion. Cn-
witting.y. he left open the question of the veracity oi
the nsurrection account.
The book n the account of the last day-, a- related
in th,' gospe's with a discussion of comparisons, contra-
dictions, distortions of history. anti-Semitism and errors.
Wilson proves that the Jews, as a i>eople. were not
gui'ty <-i delclde, that Pilate was not a weak or pliant
creature of Caiaphas or Annas, that the Pharisees were
not b< depicted by John, and that neither the disciples
nor the evangelists ware present at most which they,
or someone in their name recorded. He concludes, "it
has become neoetaary ta dbservs that no legal or moral
gui't extends to the Jewish people of Jesus' time or of
any other Tragl a- was the death of Jesus, it> tragedy
has been surpassed by the ungpealcable abuse sintered in
its wake by the Jews in a'l eras."
Israel Newsletter
By Carl AlpeM
Israelis Puzzled By Policy On Villages
|^| \XV LOYAL CITIZENS OF Israel, who have faith
an judgment in matters of security, confess to a de-p sense
of doubt and bewilderment when they
consider the government's policy with
respe I to the villages of Birim and
Ikrit. If there are Strong, sound reasons
for the governments stand, then there
has been a sad breakdown in public re-
lations and a complete failure on the
part of authorities to justify its stand
to a disturbed public.
Th-1 story began in 194S, during the
lighting to protect the fledgling State o! Israel from
hostile Arabs, within awl outside the liorders. When
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Anticipated Events
TWO IMPORTANT event-, for Jews a-e antici-
pated during Nixon's second term; they may
come sooner than some Jewish leaders think. One
- im i easi d inten t in brin
the Arab countries an 1 Israel to
i'\ : In otl i c'arity
in thi American I in I on the
' u in the So--
.: I.. Hl.nKv
'. i sure on Israel to he
the ".'.: will
. White Hou e
tpon
' iih tin "J icks n : enl latin* t.>
n : '. ith t i i 'nion.
The Jackson Am ndmenl and an identical
one nitted in the Ho ise bj Rep. Char'i Vanik,
" < hio, 'ast (> tobi w re U] : orted by 76
Senators and 134 Representatives The amendm?n1
:' that the must favored nation status and
fa iliticj iven I > Friendly nation- should be
d- nn d to the 8 vlet Union for violating emigration
i- bj imposing heavy taxes on Jews seeking to
leave the ountry. It failed i<> pas; before Congress
ad'uurned last yi-ur. but Set., .lack-on and the spon-
sor- ot his amendment plan to re-submit it to the
current Congress
President Nixun, in his eagei ness to increase
American trade with Moscow, not happy about
the Jack-on Amendment, In Washington, there i-
ta'.k now that he will quietly act against an early
voie in Congre-s on this amendment. He prefers to
reach trade accord with the Soviet government
ithout the com >:i :tti"i I which the pas ing of the
amendm >ni may create
Jewish groups in this country ar not against
increased trade with the Soviet Union. They are
on'y opposed to giving Moscow the special privil-
eges granted to friendly nations, a- long a- the
Soviet govi rnment hiia--e- Jews who wish to emi-
grate. They insist on the easing Ol the emigration
ta\ and on the abolition of the recently introduced
SO-Called "education tax" which run- up to B35 000
for each emigrant with higher education Pre id nt
Nixon, although sympathizing with th- Jewish sen-
timents, does not want the Jackson Amendment to
stand in his way of expanding trade with Russia.
Heine, he does not want to s.e the amendment
pasred soon.

Israeli sol Hers enter, .1 the two Christian Arab villages
of P.irim and Ikrit near the Lebanese border, they were
welcomed by the inhabitants There was no hostility
The population was requested to vacate th.- villages
during the emergency and to accent temporary' re-
settlement in other Galilee towns. They did so. expect-
ing to return when the fighting had stopped. But 25
years later, permission for their return has not yet
been granted.
Continued exclusion from their villages has been
done in accordance with proper legal regulations, but
many question the moral validity of applying These
regulations to th.' peaceful villagers.
A government reply has been to the effect that
during the years many of these people had given up
and had accepted compensation in the form of Ian.'.
elsewhere. This is not a convincing argument. Even
the law ni"st protect individual* from signing away
th< ir rights under stress.
The government furthei i t- it land by say-
thai i" i mil II > to turn to the:r
: :eatc a dm v-
li'r to ijio roil Id fifth
return.
\ then p with the supreme a
The l-obanvsi bordei may b< quiet today, but
the truce is precarious and the ;. -. strate iall- de -
rate. National security requires tliat no Arab village
be located here.
Since high military officers have been quoted as
pooh-poohing the secu**it> reason, and at least five
minister members of the Cabinet are known to object
to the policy, the public remains to a large extet I
unconvinced.
What adds further to the embarrassed concern of
Israelis is the fact that the latest legal application
whi h keep- Birim-Ikrit farmers from theit lands is
the invoking of the Mandatory r> fense R ndations ol
1945 never n p a', d, Those an the regulations which
were used by the British to hound and harass, to li--
arm and degrade the Jewish population In the pre-
state daj s.
The conscientious, loyal Israeli, who does not like
to criticize his own government, is ,\'m> embarrassed by
the laet that enemies o! Israel are using the Birhu-
ikrit issue as a weapon with which to beat Israel over
the head And the man in the street remains silent and
perplexe 1 i> cause he does not see and does not under-
stand th>' justification for barring the return of these
peaceful people oii r.aWy about 1.400 in number
to their abandoned lands.
It it i- true that there is an additional excuse-
that the government does not wish to deprive neighbor-
In | kibbutzim of the farmland- w hi h they had thus
Inherited," then the excuse is a shameful one, and not
worthy of the government ut Israel;
DATEUNE ISRAEL By Robert Sinter
City Exudes History
UIOV IK Bt ITS WILL HAVE no trouble reeaMng
the famous prisonbreak scene in "Exodus"
when scores of Irgunists fled the mighty Crusader
fortress here that served as a British prison bet as v
t1\e War Of Independence.
But that scene sneaks of a former era of this
o"cc-s\,>\ seaceast town. 12 miles north of Haila.
along the M diterranean Sea.
The birth of the State of Israel in IMS brought
in i> wake changes for this city that rnv give
A ."iv something of the prominence it one- held un-
der the Crus.id.M-s. between 1100 and 1300 A.D.
For on' th'ng, the city now has 35,300 residents.
10 times th population of 1948. For another, and
perhacs just as important for the city's growth, the
citv fathe-s have in the last few years found the
means ard the t me to start the unearthwig of
Atc's greatest treasure the mysterious under-
eroimd citv of the Crusader kingdom. The Ministry
of Tourism invited the press to tour the -ite ot the
new!\ op-n-d tourist attraction recently.
When the Crusaders held sway over Palestine
(hiring thai 200-year period ia Palestine that was
much larger than tl>e State of Israel is today), this
tin let mnd city contained a huge fortre i. part of
wl i "h was Intei u ied as thr British prison It housed
itar\ units, the government and a large hospital,
The i- on'y n ol the un I rground
Hut "\e i i. ... i be in their di
that is wher
''.;' the Crusadei Itj tr bed SO j
m i- u* I i
: i
the mail r 11 >n ''" \< he I irt
has o.'ii a -i; ithic sty e that >me h s-
lorians 1 i I ma ha\ m trke l the ix'-
ling il a style that eventually found it- waj 1 i
Euro
C't officia's after 194* knew all along of the
existence ft ndi ound city. "W didn't ILs-
cover it." said Yohanan Rinot. head ol the Vcre
n ,.- nnt c,v.v:.n' wh>ch is handling the ,.\ ,.
vation of the city, But, there were Irfficulties t,.
surmo in before the ity could be rea hed In th
late I9S0- the Minis) > of Tourism provided the
Knar ling for the effort,
The bi^gesl difficulty was that the Turk- had
I the inside ol the o'd Crunadei city as a kind of
"' Pit with mo.imls of rubble and -t ines
'" :|"' n top Of the rum- To get at the city
" ogists had to clear the din h-i, by inch
It took -i\ years to dig out 20 per cent of the cv\
at a o-t of 700.000 Israeli pound-.
city it-eii liet from four to ten meters un-
der ground level. It wns begun in th- 12th cent i >
by a rroup ca'led the Knight HospitaKen In 1187
the Crusaders were d feated by Saladln at the
Battle ol Hitt n. but they returned three yeai later
Although they couldn't reconquer Jerusalem
the ( rusad i. conquered \e.v and established it as
rtayed for the next !00 VtMI,s and nu>., o. Uu. ^^
"i ie fortress ol the city were built then In 1L,1M
the hall- were ruined when the MairVukes ca-Hured
V With Moslem rule under Sultan Kl-Ashraf
( nisadet rule came to an end thrcughotn the coun-
try.
At one point, some 100C0;i people art- believed
to have inhabited Acre under the Crusodors i, \
rtl'l not known how many of these actually lued
'" the fortress, but Rinot said ."aeveral thousand"
i- pre tably a good estimate.
The excavation covers alx>ut ICO acres Thus
far. there ate no plans to forge ahead with the rest
of tho unearthing of the Crusader citv until the
hospital move- its quarters overhead.



rriday, February 9, 1973
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^Jewish Floridian
Friday, Februcrry 9, 1973
Section B
Israel Eyes Reactivation
Of Eastern Front By Arabs
Tekoah Address Saturday Night
Highlights Technion Confab Here
Yosef Tekoah, Israel's Perma-
nent Representative to the
United Nations since 1968, will
eddratt the second annual na-
tional conference of the Amer-
ican Technion Society at the
Americana Hotel in Hal Harbour
Saturday evening, Norman J.
Kasser. president of the ATS
South Florida chapter, an-
nounced Mr. Tekoah's appear-
ance.
Ambassador Tekoah, one of
the key members of Israel's dip-
lomatic team, will s|>eak just
weeks before the arrival in this
country of Prime Minister Golda
Meir.
Mrs. Meir will confer with
President Nixon, and Mr. Tekoah
may touch on some of the
common concerns of the United
States and Israel in his remarks
to the conference.
Mr. Tekoah, who han been In
the Israeli Foreign Service since
the birth of the stat<> in 1948,
was formerly Israel's ambassa-
dor to Brazil and to the Soviet
Union.
The American Technion So-
ciety is a nationwide organiza-
tion dedicated to the growth and
advancement of the Technion.
the Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy. The Technion is Israel's
oldest university and one of the
largest institutions of its kind
in the world.
Aside from its extensive re-
search program, it trains engi-
neers and scientists for Israel
and other countries. It will cele-
brate its 50th anniversary in
1974.
Saturday night's dinner will
honor Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi
of Miami llnuh's Temple
Emanu-El and national presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America. Dr. Lehrman will
receive the Albert Einstein
Award of the American Tech-
nion Society.
A Sunday morning session at
10 a.m. will feature addresses by
Dr. Willem Kolff and Dr. Adrian
Kantrowltz. Dr. Kolff's contri-
bution! to medicine include the
artificial kidney machine and
the heart-lung machine.
"Saving Youh l.ife Medical
Engineering at Work" will be
the theme of the session, accord-
ing to ATS president Laurence
A. Tisch. Dr. Kolff is expected
to have with him some samples
of artificial organs on which he
has worked. He is working on
the development of an artificial
eye.
Dr. Kant row itz, a world-
renowned heart surgeon, per-
formed the first human heart
transplant in this country In
1967. Another of his major
achievements is the development
of a partial mechanical heart
that tiihes over the job of the
heart's main pumping chamber.
Others participating in the
conclave will include Dr. Sey-
mour Farber, dean of Continuing
Kducation in Health Sciences at
the University of California in
San Francisco, and Dr. Emanuel
R. Piore. former vice president
and chief scientist for IBM.
Dr. Piore will speak at a 1
p.m. Saturday luncheon. Maj.
Gen. Amos Horev. president-
elect of Technion. and Alexander
Goldberg, president, will address
the dinner meeting.
JERUSALEM (WNS1 Jor-
dan's agreement to Join Egypt and
Syria in reactivating the Eastern
Front and to place its forces under
the overall command of Egypt's
military comandcr-in-chicf is less
important for its immediate mili-
tary consequences than tor the
motivation behind it. according to
Israeli sources.
Deputy Premier Yigal Alton and
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
concurred that Israel would keep
a close watch along the Eastern
Front, but stressed there was no
need to redeploy Israeli forces or
revise Israeli strategy at this time.
Egypt broke diplomatic relations
with Jordan in 1971, after King
Hussein's forces decimated Pa! -
timan terrorists. Egyptian officials
in Cairo said that Jordan's acqui-
i .-c ence t<> a revived Eastern Front
nas a prerequisite for a Jordani
i gyptian reconciliation. According
t<, reports from ('and. Palestinian
fedayeen would be readmitted into
Jordan under the agreement, but
their activities and deployment
would be under strict Jordanian
Army control.
West Bank leaders also b
Jordan's agreement is a diplomatic
move with little military signifi-
cance, although it may lead to
further Jordanian restrictions on
commercial and social relations
between the East and West ba- a
Brandeis President to Speak
At Palm Beach Banquet
Brandeis University President
Marver H. Bernstein will be the
principal speaker when the Palm
Beach friends of the University
hold their eighth annual dinner
Saturday night at The Breakers,
The formal dinner concludes
three days of Palm Beach de-
liberations by the Brandeis
Board of Trustees and other
>'t nga i" the interests of
Brandeis.
Mi. Bernstein will discuss the
university's future plans, current
programs and projects, and will
review Brandeis' first 25-year
history. The Palm Beach meet-
ings also will commemorate the
University's first quarter cen-
tury anniversary.
OlIMtl also will hear Dr.
Ahram I.. Saehar. foundinc pres-
ident of the I' -Iversitv. who was
appointed Brandeis Chancellor
in MMi8.
A highlight of the dinner will
i- presentation of the Brandeis
Distinguished Service Award to
entertainer Jack Benny. He will
i e .a:, d for many years ofcserv-
ice to musical, educational, civic
and philanthropic organizations.
The February Palm Beach
meetings of the Brandeis Trus-
ti, have become a major event
on the university's schedule.
Previous successes in Palm
Beach have led to similar meet-
ings by the board in key cities
throughout the country. The
I iard normally convenes in New
York City, and on the Brandeis
campus in alternate months.
Planning the Saturday dinner
is a large committee <>f Brandeis
trustees, fellows of the univer-
sity, members of the Brandeis
President's Council and other
friends, headed by Brandeis
Trustee Louis H. Salvage of
Boston and Palm Beach.
Soviet Jewish Engineer
Sentenced By Secret Trial
LONDON iWNSi Lazar Lu-
barsky, a 46-year-old engineer, was
Sentenced last week after a two-
day secret trial in Rostov to four
years in a forced labor cam- on
charges of slandering the Soviet
Union and giving away official
state secrets, Jewish sources in the
USSR reported.
The nine-page indictment ac-
cused him of writing slanderous
letters to Jews who had appeared
.ii Soviet television to denounce
Israel, and of writing other slan-
derous letters.
The prosecution charged Mr.
Lubarsky had given away State
secrets at the high tension insti-
tute where he worked. The de-
fense, however, pointed out that he
n mained at the same ix>st until
April, 1970, when he was dismissed
for applying for an exit visa.
Rabbi Kahane Arraigned
Under Israel Sedition Act
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rabbi
Meir Kahane. leader of the Jewish
Defense League, was arraigned by
a Jerusalem magistrate under
Israel's sedition laws this week for
incitement in connection with the
JDL's campaign to get Israeli
Arabs to leave the country. Rabbi
Kahane, who was released on
IL 5000 bail, faces a jail sentence
of up to five years if convicted.
His arraignment stemmed from
a JDL letter-writing campaign
offering to pay Arabs to get out
of Israel. Hundreds of letters were
allegedly mailed. Meanwhile, legal
sources here said Rabbi Kahane
would go on trial shortly for his
alleged role in JDL attempts to
smuggle arms out of Israel to con-
duct a private war with Arab
terrorists in Europe. He was ar-
raigned on the arms smuggling
charges several months ago.
King Hussein Meets Nixon,
Rogers In D.C. Mission
following the White House meet-
ing with President Nixon.
He indicated that before his ex-
pected departure from Washi.--
ton, the Jordanian ruler will dtso
see Pentagon officials.
WASHINGTON (JTA) King
Hussein of Jordan will have far-
ranging discussions with leading
Congressmen and senior American
government officials during his
five-day visit to Washington.
State Department spokesman
John King said that Hussein met
with Secretary of State William P.
Rogers at the State Department
Mr. King declined to say
whether "new initiatives" regard-
ing a Middle East settlement will
emerge in the discussions.
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Friday, February 9. 1973
Norma Kipnis Elected To
UM Board Of Trustees
Norma Kipnis of Bay Harbor
JFlaifff*. ^R"tvish*t^mrrTtirJS leafior.
Ls now among thrro women on the
I'niversity of Miami Board of
Trustees.
Associated with Harris-L'pham
Co., Mrs. Kipnis has held various
l><>sts in the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation including 1972 chair-
man. Women's Division. CJA-IEF
ompai"n. She is now serving as
GMJF associate secretary.
A!so in 1972. Mrs. Kipnis served
rn t'le National Campaign Sorv-
ircs t'omirittee of Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Fi nds; was a director of the board
of National United Jewish Ap-
peal's Women's Division, and a
member of the National Women's
Communal Service Committee of
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
Amns honors she has received
v .'_< the Trustees Award for the
J071 CJA-IEF campaign signifying
I adataMp in Riving in tlie
Women's Division campaign. Also
t^at year. Mrs. K:pnis and her
I and JarOITM were honored for
II :: outstanding contribution to
'. tnple Israel and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation at the
annual Temple istaei DJA-IEF
dinner.
Mrs. Kipnis attended schools in
Ja< ksonvllle and the University of
Miami, She and her husband ha\e
live children ran^'ins; in ae from
12 to 21. I
auo elected t<> the I'M board of
'I 1 ustees were R. B. Gautier. Jr.,
Miami attorney, banker and for-
state legislator, who became,
!he new board chairman, succeed- ,
Ing Harry Hood Bassett. Miami '
banker who requested trustee'
< 1111 itus status following 22 years'
:< rWce on the board, including
four as vice chairman and three
as chairman.
Mr. Gautier was elected a UM '
trustee in 1962 and vice chairman
or the*bdard irft^TO. 3tuarT* w,
Patton. Miami attorney, was
elected vice chairman of the board,
succeeding Gautier.
Fleeted regular trustees were
David Blumberg, president.,
Planned Development Corp. and
Cutler Ridge Constructon Corp.;
Sally (Mrs. James) McKillips, of
Miami Beach, volunteer worker
for the UM since 1960. particularly
with the School of Medicine;
James W. McI,amore, chairman of
the board of Burger King Corp..
and Joseph Weintraub, chairman
of the board of Atico Financial
Corporation and Pan American
I'ancshares. Inc.
Re-elected regular trustees were:
Radford R. Crane. Herbert W.
Hoover, Jr., Robert Macht. Hank
Meyer. Robert Morgan. Max Oro-
vite, Floyd A. Osterman M.D.,
John R. Ring, Marilyn (Mrs.
Myron 1 Segal, Lawrence B. Shef-
!>'. Frank Smathers, Jr.. and
Baron deHirsch Meyer.
The board of trustees ra-electi I
a! officers ol the University. They
aie: Dr. Henry King Stanford
ident; Eugene E. Cohen, vice
president for financial affairs; Dr.
Carl F. B. McKenry, Jr.. vice pr< --
idi nt for academic affairs; Dr.
William R. Butler, vice president
fni student affairs; Emanuel M.
Papper, M.D;, vice president for
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Mul-W inter Conference Dinner Thursday
Sapir To Present Kronish
Award At Beach Banquet
i
Vnngi a A of more than l.iwo
dolegati from throughout the
I tilted States and Canada began
.-.: i h :nf in Miami Beach today for
tht eijjhi i annual National Mid-
Winter < (inference of the Israel
Ilistadn Found itlon which opens
at tlv F< ntalnebleau Hotel T
day ni t.
Climax <>f the three-day confer-
ence wiil be the $25 Million
Award Banquet Thursday night
with Is ael Foreign Minister
Pinchaa Sapir making the princi-
pal presentation ti> Dr. Leon
Kronish of Miami Beach, national
chairman of the board of the
II si adrut Foundation.
Opt'iilnu plenary session is
scheduled for 7:.SO p.m. Tucsduv
with Ambassador David Itivlin,
Israel < ojisnl (ieneral in New
i oftt, the ROeat speaker. He will
share tbf spotlight with concert
tiy Siclor I'. t 1:11 -.1.1 ill (In :l lid to
Israel's '2.1th anniversary Of state-
hood.
Twenty-five leaden at American
and Canadian Jewry will partici-
pate in a Menorah of Statehood
ceremony saluting Israel's first
quai tei century of independence.
Mot Levin of Miami Beach, chair-
man of the board of the Israel
rlidtadrui Council of South Flor-
ida, will serve as chairman Of the
Tuesday meeting.
Wednesday at 10 a.m. the annual
Forum ot Financial Planning will
in- held with Sam Shnfeky of New
York, lamed :iuth*r of the n.i
tioftalK svndieated cnliimn. "In
Veefor*! Quide." featured. Eugene
tiokl. dynamic district attorney of
Brooklyn (Kings County), will
serve as chairman of the session.
Mr. Gold returned from Israel
last week; where he participated
In the Prime Minister's Conference
for Stati of Israel Bonds lenders.
lit- also i~ a top leader of the
American cnnfiTence for Soviet
Jewry
11 S Stein ni Wu Yoi k na-
i .1 Hies lent of the Israel i II
Uilr-t 1 ndati >n and a noted
, mon ithoi and l roa Icastcr,
will itform with Mr.
Shulskv who in' more t"-n fl
Mars was a New York- financial
"iti.i for both daily newspapers
uid wire sen Ices
The national hoard ot directors
.i the Israel Htetadrnt Foundation
\ill hold a special meeting Honda}
t II.i- l-'oiilaim-hicaii Hotel, in ad-
am i ot the conference. William
II. Sylk of Philadelphia, national
-hairman. and Dr. Leon Kronish.
Iialrnwn ot the hoard, will par-
ticipate in the special session.
Admission to the Tuesday and
Wednesday sessions, Including the
conceit by Mr. Belarsky and the
continental breakfast for the fi-
rin.-ial forum, is free anil open
ti. the public. Advance reserva-
tions, however, are required and
I hey may be secured at the Ilis-
tadrut offices, Suite 389, 420 Lin-
coln lid. Bldg.
i
. Tickets also are available fur
Thursday night's banquet (Feb.
IS), with black tie preferred. Mr.
I Sylk will serve us chairman for
I the dinner at which Dr. Kronish
I -.vill receive the S'?5 Million Award
| from Minister Sapir. He will be
'Y1 Teen Travel
Camp Planned
A Teen Travel Camp for ages
12 to 15 will be offered by the
! YM and YWHA July 2 to Aug. 10
I according to Harreen Bei tisch.
: director of Youth Activities of
the V.
The camp will travel to beaches,
parks, amusement centers, ball
I :;.me.s. shows, movies and sports,
There vvill also be trips to St.
\ugustine .Davtona Beach and
overnight al Sanibel Island Cook-
nuts and Bar-b-Ques will be fre-
luent.
A five day trip to Atlanta will
'' Included i.i the imtgram.
If -j ... 4. &3
saluted for his key role in leading
the Foundation to securing more
than $25 million in cash and com-
mitments for the Histadrut's
health, educational and welfare
programs :n Israel.
Mr. Sapir. who became Minister
ni Finance almost 10 yean ago,
vvill speak on Israel's economic
outlook for 1918. He will l>e ac-
i Miipanicd bj Ze'ei Slier, ESro-
nomic Minister ol Israel to the
1 nited States and former Deputy
Attorney General and Assistant
Attorn*) General of Israel.
Mr. Sher was adviser to the
l.;.nk of Israel from 1964 through
1972, is a governor of the Habima
ational Theater and adv'ser to
the National Academy of Science
and the Israel Museum. He was
;.n officer in the Israeli army dur-
ing the Six-Day War and also
served in the 1948-49 War of In-
dependence.
Moi t Freeman, popular Israeli
entertainer, will open the Tlnus-
Uay banquet.
"Miami Beach Diet Club
A former member of the Miami
Beach Diet Club. Lucille Goldman,
will be the club's guest speaker
on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the
Financial Federal, 8th St. and
Wash.nirtnn Ave. Her topic will be
, "A Beautiful Face For Keeps."
< .olda. Woman of Valor"
Temple Judefl Sisterhood will
present "Golda, Woman of Valor''
luring Sisterhood Sabbath at the
[temple on Friday, Feb. 23. The
- Sisterhood ello.i vvill offer a pro-
I : am of songs, and Sisterhood
n embei g ai e pi epai ing hum.
made refreshments foi the i i
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Friday, February 9,
Histadrut Foundation
Seeks Deferred Gifts
1973
Kirshblum. who has sparked th>
founding of this new m-..,,.
presented i,h the pmttS. *
Orlando Men's OUT
inlel Kirshblum
represented th>
The Israel Histadrut Foundation,
which will hold its eighth annual
National Mid-Winter Conference
at the Fontainebleaii Hotel noxi
week, pioneers the "third dimen-
sion" of support for Israel through
bequests, trust funds and annuity
agrei ments
Various form- of deferred giv-
ing have produced more than $23
million for the benefit of health
educational and cultural programs
of Histadrut in Israel during the
little more than a decade since th<
Foundation was founded,
\1 meeting of the Israel His-
Foundation was held in
Mia nl Beach, and the two men
who now lead the organization
were present al the first -
Thej ari Dr Leon Kronish, chair-
ol the board, and Dr. Sol
St< ] iresl li
;: stadrut Is the great organiza-
i i of Israel's pioneers and build-
. .icing the welfare needs of
than 70 per cent of the coun-
try's total population, Jewish. Mos-
Christian and Druze,
Histadrut Is the Hebrew name
for "organization," and the body
ol nearly 1.2 million adult mem-
ber- includes the central labor
federation of Israel. Histadrut s
medical arm. the Kupat Holim,
provides health care for three-
fourths of Israel's population.
A nationwide network of hos-
pital*, medical centers and clinics
covers the major cities, new de-1
veiopment towns, kibbutzim and'
mo-havim, all under Histadrut aus- i
pices. Tens of thousands of non-1
members of Histadrut also belong j
to Kupat Holim.
The educational division of His-'
tadrut features the Amal techni-;
cal high schools, providing voca-,
tional instruction for thousands of
Israeli youngsters of diverse back-
grounds. Scores of youth, cultural
and sports centers along with
homes for the aged have been
built and are operated by Hista-
drut throughout Israel.
Major new project of the Israel
I Histadrut Foundation and focal
| point for the 1973 Mid-Winter Con-
| ferenpe is a S.-) million campaign
for the Histadrut Mortgage Fund.
I The Histadrut in Israel has begun
building 5,000 housing units to
meet with the critical shortage of
I homes and apartments in Israel
veterans of the defense forces
and young married couples.
A $25 million Mortgage Fund
has been established for the pro-
gram, with the Israel Histadrut
Foundation undertaking to pro-
vide $5 million of the amount
through the contribution of 1,0 0
units ai $5,000 each through 8.5
percent Histadrul Annuity Trusts
Gen Yitzhak Rabin. Israel am-
bassador to the I'nited State-,
kicked off the campaign at a na-
il farewell tribute in his honor
hi Id a month ago in Miami Reach
More than $750.1 00 was subscribed
at the function, according to na-
tional chairman William H. Sylk
of Philadelphia.
Hadassah Groups
.* m int.. Israel represented the newly ~ ""*
Donate Eaumment ^..nod orLio m,,, cm- .,. > ^"nu"n before >.,,,.
l/UIIUEl ktfui|/i!iviii (he 5isj mtiom] conference oi ,,. t< i, representing 130.000 a,-... .
To Hospital
American ORT Federation, hel l In lean ORT
New York last weekend. Rabbi country.
members act
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Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Rlood Rank recently honored over
100 private citizens and members
of organizations who have donated
a gallon or more of blood, in cere-
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I ouis F. Wolfson Auditorium.
Guest speaker was David Blau-
ner, a Miami Beach stockbroker
who needed 52 pints of the life-
saving liquid in 1964 for open heart
surgery.
Dr. Arkadi Rywlin. director of
Mount Sinai's Department of
Pathology and Laboratory Med-
icine, presented certificates to 66
individual volunteer donors, and
special awards to Joseph Salamon
and Philip Rosenthal. Assisting Dr.
Rywlin were Dr. Jack Lubin.
Chief of the Mount Sinai B1 Rank, and Dr. Mark Cirlin. Di-
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Miami Reich were host, at a
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Hadassah Associates and wives ol
the Miami and Miami Beach Chap-
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With the current interest in
cardiovascular disease, the Asso
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payment of $150, will be insl
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This equipment makes it ; ossible
foi trained doctors and n n ses in
the unil to moniti and atten i
the p itients foi ever} fract
n second throughout the da} ana
night, thus giving the patient
( hance ol sun ival.
Mrs, Emanuel Mentz, president
of the Miami Beach Chaptei an .
Mrs Morris Herman, president ol
the Miami Chapter announced
that the Hadassah Associates
' rganized a club, The next meeting
will t>e held on Sunday, 10 a m.
at the Deauvillc Hotel.
"Is The Universe Friendly?"
Rabbi Abraham Dubin w It
s|>eak on "Is the Universe
Friendly?" at the Forte Forum
Tuesday. 1 p.m.. in the Forte
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Rabbi Dubin is a Doctor of
Divinity. Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion;
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V Program Include
Nutrition, Hypnotism
Developments in the field of
nutrition will be described for
senior adults in health nutrition
classes at the YM and YWHA
meeting every 2nd and 4th Tues-
day of the month lx>Kinning Feb.
13, from 11 to noon.
The classes will be conducted by
Mrs. Sondra Alperin, R.N., volun-
teer nurse.
Chest X-rays and diabetic tests
will be given from time to time.
according to Arlene Miller, direc-
tor of the Senior Adult Depart-
ment of the Y'.
Alan Johnson of radio V.
will speak Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
at the regular monthly meeting >f
the 'Y' women of the YM and
YWHA of Greater Miami. T
will be a small donation toward
'he 'Y's' Scholarship Fund.
Sheldon Schneider, medical hyp-
notist, lecturer and TV personal-
ity, will be guest speaker at a
meeting of the North County New
Additions Singles on Feb. 26 at
8 .SO p.m. at the First Baptist
Church of OJus, 18X01 \V. Dixie
Ihvv.
Jewish leaders discussed youth programs
in Israel at a recent meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Taking part in
the meeting were front row; (left to right)
Mrs. Mike Sumbery. chairman Israel pro-
gram committee; Chaim Ganel, executive
director, American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion; Mordecai Bar-On, former chief educa-
tion officer in the Israeli army and today a
member of the executive board of the World
Zionist Organization and the head of the
Youth and Hechalutz Department in the
Jewish Agency; Rabbi Morris Kipper, di-
rector, Greater Miami High School in Israel;
Second row; (left to right) Richard Goldstein,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Planning
Association; Herbert Z. Berger, director. Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education; Myron A.
Berezin, executive director YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami; Aryeh Rockach, American
Zionist Youth Foundation Shaliach; Rabbi
Stanley Ringler, director, Hillel Foundation,
University of Miami, and Sheryl Lowell,
field work student at Greater Miami Jewish
Federation from Barry College School of
Social Work.
Free Jewish University Opens Here
The Free Jewish University,
sponsored by the Hillel Jewish
Student Center of the Univer-
sity of Miami, will begin classes
this week.
Courses, suggested by stu-
dents, are designed to give
further insight to participants
i.bout themselves and various
aspects of Jewish life.
program was started because of
increased student interest in '
Jewish studies.
Courses include: Life in the
Diaspora. Encounter Groups.
Chassldic Philosophy, The Art
of Jewish Cooking, Hebrew,
Flementary and Advanced Be-
All rbimes will he held ut the
ginners; and Basic Judaism.
Hill, i Jewish Student tenter,
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of Miami. Monday through
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Registration will take place
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Friday, February 9, 1973
Spirit Week Begins Monday
For Hebrew Academy Youth
Annual observance 01 Spirit
Week at the Greater Miami
lit brew Academy gets under way
Monday, with hundreds ol Junior
high school youngsters participat-
ive at Flamingo Park in Miami
Beach for a Wednesday Sports
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Mrs. Leslie Nathan, social
studies teacher, was named di-
rector of Spirit Week by Rabb
Aicxandei S. Gross, principal. She
\ 11] coordinate ail activities, with
this year's theme the 25th anni-
versary of the State of Israel's
hood.
S 1- Day Wednesday "ill fea-
1 such 1 vi nts ts 'cei b iseball
; tug-of-war, "..! all e, es "ill
< teron a teacher-student volley-
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Tol a Cavell, a Hebrew
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Irving Flrtel, president of the
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athletics, student identity and
solidarity with Israel.
Jewish Music
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The Menorah group of Hadassah
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the home of Mrs. Ted I.omaskin
T.i South Prospect Dr.. Coral
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Histadrut Tours Provides
Summer Youth Programs
Histadrut Toms has issued a
full color brochure on 1973 student
programs for travel in Israel and
Europe. The national tr%vtl
agency has ojiened a new office
in Suite .-iX9 of the 420 Lincoln Rd.
Bldg. in Miami Beach, where the
new booklet! ai available.
Six new programs arc included
among IS varied itineraries de-
scribed in the brochure, with .12
departures for elementary, Junior
high, senior h gh school and col-
leg.
-More than i.vooo students
lime i;oe to 'Israel during the
|ia.st loup .years either for the
lartoos summer programs or for
year-round student programs
such a those offered by Hebrew
University, Tel \\iv University.
Bar-Han University ami other
educational institutions.
Histadrut ["ours features El Al
Israel Airlines travel on all of its
tours known as "Summer Alter-
natives 1973." New programs of-
fered thi year Include a six-week
combination tour of Israel and
London for high school students.
Other* are the Qesher Ha/.iv
Klbbutl '-amp for 14-17 year olds
who 'vant a camp experience
plus, nnd four additional college
programs. Side tri|>s to Athens
nml Rom* or tu Amsterdam and
London are Included in one
Itinerary,
The popular Kakfar Hayarok
"Teen Town" program for 14-It;
,...car olds continues this year along
with special program including
She fourth international Israeli
t '< itivaL
Independence Hall Provides
Seniors Top Dining Plans
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F.PST n '.-tertamment
Dermer. Levin Set
For Farband Talks
Former Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer will l*- the principal
-leaker Wednesday night at th>'
onthly meeting of the Chaim
Weizmann Branch of the Farband
! '> i '/. onisl i Tder,
The 7:30 p.m. session in the
itr.m nit> iu'-;. ol \>.i-. ington
era Savings and Loan \s>-
iation's Si nth Short L'anch, 1234
! Ave., is open to |
public.
Mi Dermer will sneak on
"Local, state and Federal Govern-
, ernmcnl in 1973," according to
Farband president Moe Levin.
Mr. Levin, chairman of the de-
velopmenl committee of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, will report
an current events in the Middle
l-.ast and moderate a question-and-
i nswer period folowing Mr. Der-
mer's talk.
Entertainment and refreshments
w ill be provided.
atty. gin. mm SHEVIN
Att. Gen. Shevin
Keynote Speaker
\t Abess Awards
Attorney General Robert Shevin
'.ill be ke-note speaker at the
'97". Leonard I.. Abess Human
Relations Award dinner on Feb.
I 0 al the Eden Roc Hotel, it was
1 announced today by tho Florida
office of the Anti-Defamation
'.r!. le of B'nai B'rith.
The coveted Abess Award will
be presenteil to Federal Judge C
Clyde Atkins ". for outstanding
dei shin wards furthering the
goal ol letter human relations,
while vi orot>slv nnnosing bigotrj
.nil disci imination."
The Al., ss Award is present) I
annually to publiclj recognize the
efforts i I in individual or organi-
i. i v* >: k in the field of
intergroup relations and for ". .
tonti outing substantially t<> 'hi'
veil 1-. ig of the citizens of the
state of Floi ida."
Last year the Abess Awanl .vas
presented to Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, former member of the
I>ade County School Board.
The award carries with it a re-
search grant in the field of human
relations, contributed by Miami
philanthropist Leonard L. Al I IS,
in honor of the recipient of the
award.
"Dining should be an occasion
shared with friends since good
ompany provides the sauce for a
ine meal."
That's how Evelyn R- Ulrich
urns up the picture of what din-
ng should In for today's senior
ritizens and their golden years.
This concept formed an Impor-
tant nart of the planning of In-
n ndence Hall, a new 97-unit
t-ntal aoartment In Wilton
Manors adjacent to Manor Pines
in Fort Lauderdale.
Mrs. Ulrich is a registered dietl-
L'an and director of food services
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Happenings
Isaac Stern will ai>ear in con-
cert with the Miami Philhar-
monic Feb. 18 and 19 at Gusman
Hall and Feb. 21 at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Each of the
master violinist's performanci 8
will begin at 8:30 p.m.. with
Alain Lombard conducting,
A free senioi pops concert
will be presented Feb. 19 at the
Miami ] leach Auditorium un I
the s.m.11- hi] 1 d IN-ST1P, a
national -,!. n 01 stral ion p 1
-;; onSOl ed bj !'" Il d and si Ue
poxernmi tits. '1 lit 7 pro-
will feat ure th.> Si nioi
ihi mi ol iami, Inc. M
Beach cil < icil waived 1
rental ft w foi le perfl an e.
Dr. Pner 1 Goklmark. a
seient'st and inventor who
had a profound effect on 1
munications t< .1 nology,
recording and education will
speak at t'-e University of Miami
Wedni sday, His lecture at 1 p.m.
in Room 226 1 : the Student
Union is free for students, fac-
ulty, staff and professional per-
sonnel in the community.
Ft Independence Hail ,ji,i Manor
i'ints, an adjacent convalescent
center,
"It's just rid fun cooking ind
a ting by yoursi :.*. especiallj when
vou are a senior citizen. Shopping,
driving and preparing meals in-
tend of a pleasure turn into her-
culean chores." Mrs. i.'.ri.h s-'i's.
A comprehens ve, comm 1
kitchen specially designed to meet
the needs of senior citizens will be
the busy hub that will serve the
residents In two dining areas for
their daily meals.
The building's colonial atmo-
sphere forms the theme for the
Betsy Loss dining room and Ben-
jamin Franklin recreation center
it Independence Hall, an unusual
living concept for today's senior
r>tizi n.
As head dietitian, it will be Mrs.
t'lrich's responsibility to ;ian
selective mea's not onlv with
!v for thi normal diet, but for
' iccial di' ts including low choles-
tetic, sugar and salt free,
oft or low resi lue.
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Friday, February 9, 1373
JWV Ladies Auxiliaries
Plan Meetings, Parties
Lillian Schoen. Department of |
Iio:ida, Ladies Auxiliary presi-1
dent, will make her official visit
to West Palm Beach Auxiliary 408
on Wednesday evening, Feb. 14th.
At that time she will obligate four I
of new members. Other activities j
for Dade and Broward County :
auxiliaries are:
Robert K. Kauzbluu 177: Auxil- '
iarj- President Mrs. Marion Mos-
kovitz, will preside at a board'
me* ting on Tuesday evening at'
Temple Israel of Miramar.
Wtt Miami 223: Will hold a
boe;d meeting at the home of Mrs.'
Jack Silverman on Thursday eve-
ning at 8:15 p.m. Auxiliary pres-
ident Natalie Rosenberg will pre-
side.
Miumi Beaeh 330: On Thursday.
Feb. 15, 8:30 p.m. Auxiliary Pres-
ider: Bessie Gibber will preside at
a regular business meeting at the
American Legion Hall on Alton
Rcf. f.nd 19th St. Second nomina-
tion of officers for '72 and '73
wiM be held. On Feb. 16. auxiliary
arui ;>ost will hold a party for the
ehiidren at Haven School in Ken-
dall. Mrs. Gibber, past post com-
mar.cier Abe Waldman and auxil- .
iaiy child welfare chairman Ceil
Rochawarg are in charge of serv-
ing :efreshments and distributing
gift* to the children. Social enter-'
talnment iii feature the down
Lew Brigiotti, known as the Great
Ba.titiolina.
Four Freedoms 402: On Sunday.
volunteers will sensor a games
i.-.'t;. for the Bikur Cholem Hos-
pite and Home, serving refresh- |
n* nts and distributing gifts Rae
! stein i< president,
North Shore H~~: Al the Wod-
nc-sday evening social at the W'ash-
i: Fed< ral, Normandy Isle. Dr.
(In Klein, dermatologist, will
Speak on vitamins. Auxiliary pres- '
i Millicent Whitman will hold
Ti:-' nomination of officers.
Point Kiist 69M: Auxiliary pres- j
in. ni Vow Krieger and volunteers \
v. I] I in charge of the Point Fast j
Complex Boutique Shop on Mon- i
day This is a special weekly fund
raising project.
Harry H. Cohen Surfslde-Bay
Harbor 723: Will hold its annual
card party and fund raising affair
at Ner Tamid on Sunday at 8 pjn.
Chairman is Mrs. Ida Fox. In the
afternoon, a games pait.. will be
held at the Home of the Aged,
with Mrs. Lillian Kevoe serving as
chairman. On Wednesday, during
\ regular business meeting at the
Surfside Community Clubhouse,
election of officers will be held.
JWV Commander TiHes
To Visit Here Feb. 24
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Norman D. Tilles of Providence.
R. I., national commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, will visit
Miami Feb. 24-27. A highlight of
the vfsit will be a breakfast in his
honor at the Playboy Plaza Hotel
on Sunday, Feb. 25.
Department of Florida Com-
mander" Herbert"'L. Gopman of
Miami Beach announced the for-
mation of a special committee to
host JWV's top officer, headed by
Maurice Weinman and Ainslee R.
Ferdie. breakfast committee chair-
man; Arthur Setevan, special
events committee chairman; and
M. Jay Berliner, national media
officer.
Other committee members in-
clude JWV's national executive
comniitteernen Jack Bernian. Irvin
Steinberg. Norton Leff, Leo Slach-
ter, along with Department of
Florida officers Harold Ubr, How-
ard Melinson, ami Bill Schoehfeki.
Comdr. Gopman also-named all
post commanders in south Florid
to the special committtee: Alien
M. Kruger, Alex Greenwakf-Darrtel
Freund. I -con Levin. Morris Nag-
ler, Rollo Jarobcpn,JR^. fyii.Xz.
Mel ^Q*rdxM,:i^^Sali^.
Herman Murarisky. ^Nat>BJasch
Paul Bhyne. Karme'rh^T'Cphen
and Sam Wisun \ V. r'
it"
Rabbi Lipskar and his troupe
of Chassidic singers with a
choir of Chassidic children
Italian 18th century Torah cover
which will be among the Juda-
ic u collection at the Temple
Judea exhibit and sale on Sun-
day from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Judaica Antiques
Exhibition Sale
At Temple Judea
Temple Judea of Coral Gables is I
presenting a collection of Judaica j
'.rt. antique and authentic, for sale
nid exhibition Saturday evening.
At 7 p.m. there will be a cham-
from New York will offer a song I P"gne preview for sponsors, and
, at 8,30 p.m., the show will l>e o|>on
and dance festival at the Miami the JHlh!i(._ Th(. sh()W wll| ;lls
Eoach Auditorium on Saturday be o;>en on Sunday from 1 to
evening, March 10, according '
to Rabbi Ahraham Korf, re-
gional director of the Luba-
"itcher Movement.
Serving as Beaux Arts chair-
: an is Ellen Baum. Wolk Haecker.
nternational art connoisseur, will
Ik- present at the show to assist
in making selections.
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Who Is A Jew?"
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Raphael will hoM its regular meet-
ing Thursday, Feb. 15, at 7:30j
p.m. Guest speaker wiU be Mrs .j Young Singles of Temple
The collection will include
candelabra, spice containers, me-
dieval wedding lings. Sabbath
plates and Kiddush cups.
Fannie Berland Goldstein who wil
ask. "Who is a Jew?"
sum fashion* roi
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Mr. and Mrs. Morria Newmark of Miami
Beach received the coveted State of Israel
A tern out (Independence) Award at a dinner
sponsored by the Labor Zionist Alliance and
Pioneer Women, under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization.
At the presentation ceremony at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Milton M.
Parson, director of Israel Bonds in South
Florida; Jacob Barmore, Israel ambassador
to the United Nations; Dr. Irving Lehrman.
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El; Mr. and Mri.
Newmark; Harriet Green and Moe Levin
dinner chairmen.
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The following are proposed amendments to the By Laws
of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. These By Laws will be voted on at the Women's
Division meeting Thursday, February 22, 1973 (4200 Bis-
cayne Blvd.) at the same time as the regularly scheduled
Campaign Cabinet meeting.
article iii membership and affiliation
section 1
A) Anyone who supports the purpose of the Women's Pivision
may be a member of the Women's Pivision of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
ARTICLE IV OFFICERS
SECTION 3 VACANCIES
If a vacancy occurs in any office, the Executive Committee shall
appoint a new officer to fill the office for the unexpired term.
ARTICLE V DUTIES OF OFFICERS
SECTION 2 VKE PPESIDENTS
The defies of the Vice Presidents shell inclulc: administration,
end area coordination, campaign, conMnwnity erganixatieas,
odecetien and leadership development.
SECTION J SECRET APT
Tea Secretary shell record ell Mm minutes ef the Membership,
Board of Director* end Executive Commltto meetings ef the
Women's Pivision. She shall keep a record of attendance ef Board
end Executive Meetings. She shall carry on tech correspondence
of the Women's Division as may be necessary, write social cor-
respondence and reed all correspondence.
SECTION 4 PAP1IAMENTAPIAN
The Parliamentarian shall advise the president to assure that all
meetings of the Women's Pivision are conducted in accordance
with parliamentary procedure. She shall be the chairman of the
By-Laws Committee. Prior to Pecember 1, she shall meet with the
Chairmen of the nominating committees of the Women's Division
and the three (3) Area Boards for the purpose of orientation.
ARTICLE VI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The business ef the Women's Division shall be carried on by
a Board of Directors which shall consist of:
E) The Director of the Women's Division
I ) Any woman serving as a National Board or Committee
Member of the United Jewish Appeal or the Council ef
Jewish Federations and Welfare funds.
ARTICLE VII EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
SECTION I MEMBERSHIP OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The Executive Committee shall consist of the elected officers,
immediate past President, the Director of the Women's Division,
the Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Nominating Committee
Chairman, Campaign Coordinator of each area Board and any
woman serving as a National Board or Committee Member of the
United Jewish Appeal or the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
ARTICLE VIII COMMITTEES
ACTION I NOMINATING COMMITTEE
B) The nominating committee shall be composed of:
2. two (21 members Irom each of the three (31 Area Boards,
one of whom shall be the Area Board nominating committee
chairman and the other a member of the Area Board not
currently serving on the area nominating committee op-
pointed by the Area Chairman in consultation with her Execu-
tive officers by February 1st.
Ci Except for the previous chairman or her substitute, no member
ef the nominating committee shall serve for two consecutive years
in the same capacity.
ARTICLE IX NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS
SECTION 1
Prior to March 1, the nemes of the nominating committee
shall be published along with a statement that the nominating
Committee is accepting recommendations for nominees for office,
these recommendations to be received no later than March 15th.
ARTICLE IX NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS
StCTIOH 5
When there ore more candidates for any office than posi-
tions to be filled, election shall be by written ballot at a
specially convened membership meeting.
ARTICLE X-MEETINGS
SECTION 2
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors shall meet at least two times each
year, unless otherwise specified. Special meetings may be held
et the cell of the President or upon the request of at least twelve
(12) members.
ARTICLE XII AREA BOARDS
SECTION 1
B) The Elected Officers shall consist of a Choirmon, Vice Choir-
man, a Campaign Coordinator, a Secretary, and a Nominat-
ing Committe Chairman. These Elected Officers shall serve as
members of the Women's Division Executive Committee.
SECTION 2
A) The nominating committe. shall present to the Area Boord by
April IS a slate consisting of
1. a chairman;
2. a vice-chairmen;
3. e campaign coordinator
4. a secretary
5. a nominating committee chairman;
6. fevr (4) nominating committee members and two (2)
alternates.
7. fifteen (IS) Directors to serve for a two (2) yeer term.
E) If e vacancy occurs in any office, the Area Boord Executive
Committee shall present to the Area Board a candidate to fill
the office far the unexpired term.
F) Additional area board members may be appointed by the Area
Chairmen in consultation wfth the Area Board Executive Commit-
tee.
SECTION 3
The cheirman ef the area nominating committee shall
serve as a member ef the Women's Division nominating com-
mittee.
In addition, one member of the Area Board, not currently
serving en the Area Board nominating committee shall be e
member of the Women's Division nominating committee. This
member shall be elected by the Area Board prior to February 1st.
SECTION 4
A) Area Boards shall meet no less then four (4) times a year.
C) OMIT THIS SECTION
r
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'p.Men'isfi Rhridtiair
Friday, February 9, 1973
Black, Jewish Aid For Social Woes Urged By Atlanfan
A black Congressman from At-
Ita, who was a Chief aide to the
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr..
1 II called for back-Jewish coop-
i ation in meeting the meat social
blema of America, and he has
- Memned violence as "counter-
productive."
white backlash It has stimulated
white fc linq against l>la ks who
are poor, he continued.
paid tribute to the Jewish commit
nity for its he'p in the fiijht for
equal rights for blacks.
"Throusrhout the '60s. a large
;>< -i ntage of the whites who
came into the South to work with
Dr. Andrew Young who was
elected last year to the House of
Representatives from a district
li'at Is 62 per ..'tu white, speaking
ci Lhe syndicated radio program,
Washington Scene." told inter-
> csver Hyman B.>okhinder of the
N nerican Jewish Committee that
. leno has helped Dring abont
He suggested that the civi'
rights gams of the l96Qj resulted
from disciplined, non-violent a?-
t>on. and that future progress could **"*" he pointed out
be achieved only by massiw non-
violence. 'The system works for
those people who work at it." he
declared.
Membership Luncheon
Ohev Shalom Sisterhood is hold-
ing its paid up membership
luncheon at the social hall on
Wednesday, Feb. 12. at 1:30 p.m.
Program will feature Dr. Archi-
bald <" Cohen, whoa* talk will be
-,., -ivrttage Stiiinps cf Karly
IsraeL"
BAL KOREH
WANTED
by Congregation Aniho tmii 2533
SW 19th ** Miami. PUata call ba
for* 9 .m. 54-7.23
The new Congressman, who
was a leader with Dr. Kin;; of the
Southern Lea lership COnferen 'c
and who playe I a leading role in
the civil rights sti !cs with him,,

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Friday, February 9. 1973
*Jenisli ftci kffrr
P^a3 11 B
Most Jewish Inmates Said
No To Attica Uprising
V,\ FP*r* *- Thwjrb-
ihi number of Jewish Inmates al i
Atiii;< has always been small and
hat dropped steadily in recent j
years cue of thr two Jews killed1
in the 1971 uprising was a leader
in the revolt, while most of the
10 Jewish inmates at that time
i iposed it. according to the state
prisoner's Jewish chaplain, Rabbi
niel Kerman of Temple Beth
HI in Buffalo.
Rabbi Kerman reported "ii his
(xperienccs a.- a Jewish chaplain
ever the past decade in an Inter-
\ in "Arl." an independent
i iblication of Jewish student ac-
tivi i j at the State University <>i
i iuffnl v su| plcmi nted bj a i eport
i., the J. ivish TcleRU hi( A n
in wh i has kn< w n
. |. i 150 v. ish prisoners dtu :.
his ch n ; y i1"' t' tl that he
. i > th te
: i, : ,'lsh pri met s, Iropi in
ti e : llowin s to 30, lie
i ; the .it \ last week that, ex-
i inmati > v i'li i n< Jew ish
parent considered '"half-Jews" by
the ; isqn | opulati >n. thi re were
c rn ntly ofi hi Jew ish Ini lates,
He also I tld the JTA that i
I fori the 1971 uprlsil -: then were
r Jews and fivi known '''
.' ws" at Ai'.. a i*'v large reduc-
. nee then "is- i hiel
tl transfi i Eat and Ininai
t other piisons ...inn.! the month
.. .. ;.,, reporte I
Rabi i Ki man said that leapil
ii, small n imber f Jc.v ish in- I
, .:,>{ .;><\ thi i inditions of prison
i | , ... ., line ol ''"
( ..: .in i hind the prison bai 5
i: sai l the Jcwi.i'i Inmates gen
< ally look tor othi r Jews an
"seek them out." Worshl i .- r> i e>
he conducts "ari ibout tin' onl)
i .,,, where this can be done."
The Jew ish j". soners sit te
pcthi r -.t meals it they are from
I' San -e -tif>n They often ques-
t, m Rabbi Kei an a! out each
, to ll am if an.. Jewish in
i is sick o ble h<
,, ;.:.!: ild J nmai
, L-onvicti d of l ti lire ran i
i,i what New V .. te '' -
I-.,- : fi lonies and I it 'many,
lli -h few. lionati '.'-ai'
, j, ws, have i ed sentenct
I',.-. ci mes of vl
V.,.-.; of the Jewish p. ni
not have strong Jewit i
I nds. He said ther as
i i cent y< ai in "in Teas
Jewish consciousness" among th<
J. wish inmates. He described this
as 'largely a clustering together"
In reaction to the militancy union-
n. n-Jewish inmates, starting about
live years ago, "first of the Nation
of Islam, art I ihserpiently ol
Mack Panthers. Five IViv.ntcrs
and Puerto Kiean Young Lords."
"But, he added, "then ha\e
always bfen some Jewish inmates
Interested in Jewish learning and
Jew.sh obseivanct ." He said hi'
be l net observed any significant
change recently in this respect,
although the jew.sh library in his
p .son office and its inmate users
"have creatly benefit ted by the
Cinerosity of many Jewish organ-
\y itions and publishers who do-
Fomily Breakfast To Follow
8 A.M. Services Sunday
en Sunday. Young Israel ol
Greater Miami will host a tamil-
breakfast in the social hall follow
in>: 8 a.m. services,
Guest speaker will he Samuel
Abrahams, New York attorney
World ttave'er. an I author of '
book entitled "law In Family
( inflict," who will s;"ak n "The
Family in American and Jewish
I aw ."
mrt,l vary worthwhile l*>oks and
eiiodaals" after the 1971 revolt
Rabbi Kerman is a Reform
abbi. Though some inmates have
Sked for kosher food, this has n,.t
(en provided. Prison siiperinten
ent Ernest Montanye told Rabbi
German that providing koshei
'ood would he too difficult ami
\| ensive. Rabbi Kerman said that
ii was currently starting "the
i' st real!.- serious effort at in-
rodl'Cing kosher food" foi Jewish
..mates who want ii anil that
Rabbi Nuson Gurary ol the Bui
lalo Chabad House was instru-
mental" in that effort.
He said Sol Troop, social re-
habilitation director of the Jew
1 .ii' ly Servii cf Xev Yoi k Citj,
v isits the I'; ison once a s ear and
- y< i :e.aii woi k all year v ith
prisonei families and
Rabbi Kei num. the only J<
'haplain ;.i Attica, must I. i his
na foi .-'hah! and a
:;' there i no Frida nl I ir
Saturday morning sen ,-e ai At-
l ica for thr Jew i-1-. -. w io
v ant. them. Rabbi Kei man v n
'"ol- a servici each rhu
after lunch. A requi I I i ireal
fter sundown on v to
.rrak the fa t w .i- n
High Holy Day services nr *l e
eld before or ifter the hoi d>
jince p isoners are i pen
r, hold leir
Richard Wolf son Elected
Executive Vice President
Richard t. Worfson was elected
xecutive vice pics dent, Wometco
Enterprises, Inc., at the Company's
Rabbi Mjx Sh~p.ro, SDiritua
lei of Bath Kodo.h Conqro
i en will bo honored during
nd-v night sarvices for h?
Bctr Mi'zvah (13th year) at Ih
emp'o. The congregation wil'
host thf> On?g Shabbat in hi=

to

Lip Reading Practice
ae i Ilai I ol 'lear-
Adult Cl ib was to give frei
icl ire on rhui 11 al I
\m. in R n l'W [I Ida M.
c s'"- i ". ni Beach.
k,(.H&Rli f. VteUSOM
: i
\\r : ''.'. tco ii
!:> ni to t'te pie enl
He
. I l
. m.i i" l: as .',! i s nioi
> Ice president and general eoui
i thi corporation.
He is a graduate ege and received his LL.B. 1:
j'ale Law School. From L9S5
1947 he was law secretarj to J
lice Wile.. KutledKe. United Sia:
Supreme Court. He is a .
nl the Florida and New York v
Active in professional, chic
cultural affairs, Mr. Wblfson
currently serving as trustee.
tional Conference of Chrlsti
nd Jews; mem! er, exec live c
iltti Historical As ation
iouth Florida, and i- imi
I i idenl Greah .
riai on S" iel
A iditionally, he is chairn
........ lan
i ... ii is. Ace pies
, 1 ii. s I A. t.
Miami;
; .
. ... Citj N tii inul I '.'tiii
; I- i. la.
Ferguson Opens Office
: SOI ll -v -
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law
f"'i Hibiscus St Pi
Joe Malek Qualifies, Takes
In Feb. 20 Beach Council
Lead
flace
Mi I a 'i civic, I ne<
ler Jo Mali k
icd fo; tl) it ouncil s,i
JOE MALEK
Art Auction At Beth Israel
Temple Beth Israel has sched-
uled its anneal art auction foi
lay in the temple auditorium
Among paintings to be featured
be works of Peter Max, Hah
II from the Howard
Mann Art Center. The auction will
follow a champagne preview at
fi:30 o.m.
rial election Feb. 20, whi-h will
fill the vacant -at created when
Jerome Greene resigned.
M; M.i'ck. an attorney in
(heater Miami for the past -',
years and a graduate of the Uni-
%.,. tj of Miami School of Law,
tuicklj became the favorite in a
field oi eight men and women.
Irving t'irtei. president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
accepted the position of campaign
halrman. William J. Schusel. vie.'
president of the Garner Bank of
Mioni Beach, "an named euin-
rtalgn eoordlnator.
Kdward Newman ii former ex-
i [ted ruler of tlvr Minmi P "
Lodge Ol Elks and past national
pi-esident of the Jewish Funeral
Horn. Owners Association, was
elected as North Shore chairman.
Mr Flrtel pointed to Mr Ma-
t lek's wide edge In governri
\ service and .....nmunity li a h
, csl i ilishin i the i:1 ne li iti
ithering of support for hi> c in-
lidacv A- a form t vice mi
Mr. Malek ha- far more ex
than any other candidate."
Mr. s.iuis-.i. president t "i
! ... ntivr ( hit. oi Miami B aeli
,.i president ol tin Temole B th
Kipt.i.1 Me.r.s < lub '! ''
Malt k"a lifetime of seniee t<> '-
ml and th. Jewish i.e.,le i- I
,...... -.. kind oi man we are
supporting."
Joe Ma'ek is a past president ol
the Your 1'' nocratic Club ol
Miami Beach and formei exalted
ol the Mi I' 'i lo il
the Elks, the citj lai st frater-
nal and service oi ini :ation.
He is a | ter t he
i it< n itional i rder of ( dd Fel- .
n .....loi the Miziac
i an '.' ion and ves on th
rd ". the S iih Shot. Ilospital,
>ir. Malek also earned the ita !.-
iiu <>i Oscar Sehaplro. a leader of
Kins.dh krael Congregation, and
ui Samuel Reinhard, state chair-
man of the American Ke.l Magen
David for Israel.
Gerald Schwartz, past president
ihe Miami Beach lodge of B'nai
B'rith and former president of tin
Zionist Council of South Florida,
was designated public relations di-
rector for the Malek campaign.
Frank Estcrson, one of Miami
r.. a. h's......ii i state men
nn i i nunity lea rs, was nam I
i n treas irer Other sup-
. j wen ;>- : organi I n
,- Firtel into ;\ citywide commit-
tee.
"This i- an extremely short, but '
extremely vital campaign," Mr
Ml M i : i '< it 1 en
.,., .;n-
i. i i
i lar .. an
injustilii in rent5 fa
. ;d
UXU1J .
'1:1 -
"l Malek .- i cami n t .
favor ol mo c pai ks, t< nni c irt*
but ii so pro\ ides for "onst. ict
.; i iitional mo late co*t ho
i i that Mia ni B< ;i :h I
con a city "just for thi
A. pers ins registered in Mia
m vote in the i i
electi i .. sinoe the citj has I
i un'foini regist al
de I fo I era I, -1. i
.. iv and municipal v ol ing
EDWARD NEWMAN
WM. I. SCHUSEL
iiil He i- a former chan-
Ihi ''..' irge Gei shwii
., k m oi Pythias an '
has been honored by scores o'
civic groups for his service here
IRVING I .
- and a mo >' i
: ghtii syst ites s
that not on j i "-
tects the environment and ecology,
OSCAR SCHAPIRO
Mr. Msvlek's activities in beh)'
ol Jewish National Kuuil, l-r..
Bonds, It'nii B'rith. the Klk-
MOOSe anil nunieroils other OlgM i-
/ations have won him iiimero
award-..
But his primary Interest h..
eon bet ovei nrnent foi Miai
",:;. ;h thro igh the years. Ho h \
I off! res on Lin oln Road
for > ,, and has lived in b
the .m l Middli Bi i
areas.
\ he as trained p
-' iilj as a c intor, Mr. Male1*
doesn't stand o i nony, ai i
has sung for scores ol Jewish ai '
non-si ctai ian me tin .- in Ml
i' ai h without fee, and quite ofti i
Ailhout prior notice
rJ pol


Pag 12-B
*. kwif nrt/cfton
Friday. February 9. 1973
i
3rd
Miriam Molina
1'ETKR A DEI-MA N
Services at Both David Congre-
gation on Saturday morning, Feb.
10. will include the Bar Mitzv
of Peter, son of Mr. and M
Murray Adelman, 10320 S\V 103
Lane.
Pt-ter is a seventh grade student
.-.i Glades Junior High School. He
is a Boy Scout, first class, and a
member of the Order of the Arrow
in Scouting.
Here for the celebration will be
his grandparents, Mrs. Harry
Kaufman of Connecticut, and Mrs.
Ksthrr Adelman of Chicago.
The Bar Mitzvah will be feted
at a reception in his home.
DAVID LIGHT
David Lawrence, sun of Mr. and
Mrs, Edward Light, will mark his
: ar Mitzvah during 11 a.m. serv-
ices on Saturday, Feb. 10. at
Temple Beth El.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at Nova Middle School.
During Friday evening services
pi Beth El, Davids parents, his
Ulster Rhonda, and maternal.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Yaguda. will tie accorded pulpit
honors. The Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by the celebrants.
Among guests will be David's
paternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Light.
ft ft ft
HENRY I.IEBMAN
Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Moses Licbman. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 10, at
Temple Emanu-KI.
Henry is a graduate of the
Lehrman Day School of Temple
Emanu-El and now atti nds John
F. Kennedy High School,
The celebrant will be honon
With a reception at home.

STEVEN SPIEGELMAN
Saturday morning services on
F. b :n at Beth D ivid Coi Tei a-
bat following the ceremony. Alicia
vill also be feted at a reception
U the Rosen home.
Among guests will be the cele-
brant's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Saritsky and Mrs. Alex
Rosen.
ft ft ft
SHARI (.(II.1)111 -m.
Shari Lynn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Barton Goldberg, will
become Bat Mitzvah on Saturday.
Feb. 10, at Temple Emanu-El.
Shari attends Temple Emanu-El
Religious School and is a seventh
trade student at Nautilus Junior
High School.
Shari's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Manny Horner and Dr. and
Mrs. Abraham Singer, will attend
the event.
The celebrant will he honored
with a reception at the Seville
Hotel.
ft ft ft
GARY NESBITT
Gary, son of Judge and Mrs
Fred Nesbitt, will become a Bar
Mitzvgk Saturday morning. Feb.
1A A*-Temple Menoralv. .
%
Gary is an eighth grade honor
student at Nautilus Junior High
School. He is active in sports.
There will be a Kiddush follow-
ing services at Temple Menorah
Crimson Room.
ft ft
MIRIAM MOLINA
Miriam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Angel Molina, will become a Bat
itzvah at Temple Menorah Friday
night. Feb. 9.
Miriam is a sixth grade student at
Biscayne Elementary School.
Chinese Auction Slated
The Louise Wise Chapter of
American Jewish Congress will
hold its regular monthly luncheon
meeting at the Algiers Hotel on
Thursday. Feb. 22, at 11:45 p.m.
The afternoon will be given over
to a Chinese Auction.
Culture and Conversation
Jewish educator, who will speak
on "We and Our Children What
A 10:30 a..... Sunday "Coffee. I jr the Jewish Community Do.rg
Culture and Conversation" Pro- for Them?" Sponsoring the pro-
gram at Temple Beth Sholom will
feature Lvi Sosh'.rJt: author and
gram is the Beth Sholom Brother-
hood.
Have you heard? Pastry Chef is
Now
fSXBtl/Si
fiaklMf CAKES-BREAD-ROLIS
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Friday. February 9. 1973
'Israel Defense' Conclave Theme For Hashachar
Some 100 intermediate Jiulaens. \ -kit based on the theme. The pro
nembtrs of Hashachar. will
ther in conclave at Camp
WfliSSa Bauet near Homestead
from Veli. 9-11. Theme for the
ti nclave is "2ahel Israel Defense
> iroea "
Bach of the dubs represented at
* conclave will put on an original
ram tor the weekend, which was
re] ared by Re ivea Kshkoi. re-
,ntl.. arrived ShaJiach from Is
ael, and Aley Spitalnick, wil'
rtclude services, singing, dancing,
iscussions 8] trts, art skills, camp-
Ire and Jp.daean macabiah. Also
the theme of the conclave, a
T
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PHILHARMONIC
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Mendelssohn \lidumnu'r Niglti IVe.im
H.irlimaniiioll Symphony No. 2
Thursday, February 15,1973 8:15 p.m.
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61m will be shown on Saturday
night.
The conclave Is organized under
the direction of Mike Po.'sman.
Florida director of Hashachar. ami
I he Hadassah Zionist Youth Com- |
mission. Members of the Hadassah j
Zionist Youth Commission partici- |
nating in fhe weekend are Mrft a/if
Mrs. Ah in Burger, and His. Max-I
well L Weisl erg.
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rJenisfi tkrkfictn
Page 15-3
Top-Flight Athlete Who
Became Vascular Surgeon
Europe
UGAL NOTICE
By HASKKI.I. COHEN
<< I. II-Tl' Jewish Telegraphic An It isnt very often that a top
flight alhlete continues his edu-
cation to become a doctor. Base-i
aH has known Shucks Prultt.!
famous for striking out Babe Rith :
many times, going on to medi.ine.
- did Bobby Brown of a later vin-
tage N.Y. Yankee team. In foot-
hall. Barry Wood left the Har-
vard grid to eventually heal rv
John Hopkins Medical School. The
Chicago Bears graduated i:s. M -
Call and Fortman. Texas Univer-
sity basketball spawned Dr. Don-
ald Cooley.
How about Jewish athletes? Not i
too many. But one, who at the
tender age of 35 is rapidly forging
to the fore as the best vascular
Burgeon In the East, Is Dr. Irvine
Dardick.
Dardick works out of Monte-
fiore Hospital In th.- Bronx and al-
ready ha- gained the reapect ol
the famous Dr. Michael Ellis De
Bakey of Houston with his bril-
liant papers and amazing surgery.
De Bakey tails New Yorkers, "You
don't have to come to Houston to
sec mo; th;it kid in Montfiore does
just as good work as I do. He's
an excellent surgeon."
OUTSPED ROBERSON
Dardick is a Pennsylvania grad-
uate. During his college days he
was one of the better quarter
rrulers in the Ivy League. One of
his finer victories was in a meet
against Cornell when he outsped
the highly touted Bo Roberson. In
1H57. Ltv was a member of the
UtS. Maccabiah track team and
won a gold medal in the games
that year.
In t969. 12 yfars later. Dardick
n&ain was on the team, this time
as a team doctor. One night be-
fore the relays the 4 by 400-track
coaches Giegengack and Kintisch
were running over their lineups
| and discovered they were short a
man for this gruelling relay.
1 rWewed to their discussion for
a while and jokingly suggested.
-Why don't you let Doc Dardick
run the opening leg It will make
an excellent story."
The track mentors touched at
me. but a half hour later Kinti-c'i
the Columbia coach, caught up
with me and confided. "You know
that idea of yours isn't as nutty
as it sounds. Irv has been workin"
out constantly and is in great
shape for a 32-year-old. We're run-
ning him tomorrow.'"
The U.S. 1H00 meter relay team
went on to win the gold medal
with the doctor opening up a two
yard lead on the first leg. Twelve
years, a'most to the day. since hi
won his first Maccabiah gold. Irv
Dardick walked off with hit n C
ond piece of hardware.
HIGH HOPES
Approaching 86, Dardick is run-
ning several times a week and is
in high hopes that he will set a
new world record in thi.s event
for seniors or master' as they
are called when past 35.
In older to make good in his
quest the medico has to run a
18 second i 440. a task that many
highly rated college boys find dif-
ficult to perform on certain days.
It was pro basketball or medi-
cine for Johnson. He wisely stayed
with surgery and today with Irv
Dardick watching his every move
is becoming an excellent thoracic
surgeon.
Dardick is proud of his protege
who has performed nine successful
ipen heart operations. When the
former basketball player finishes
his residency at Montefiore there
vi'l be a name snot waiting for
him on the medical charts in front ]
. of the Dardick offices located on
i Park Avenue in Englewood. N.J.
Some guy, this Dr. Irving Dardick
Folk Festival
Will Appear At Pine Crest
A new and fresh attraction will
visit Fort Lauderdale when the
Pine Crest Cultural Arts Series
brings the Youth Folk Ensemble,
'RADOST." a spectacular pro-
gram of 60 winners of first prizes
dt Europe's folk festivals, to the JOSEPH GOLDBERG and
fine Crest campus Monday. ^findSt""0, h'" *""
The company Of youngsters be- TO: JOSBPH GOLDBERG and
tween the ages of 8 and 16 b E&SSP&SSZJS' *"'
comprised of dancers, musicians. | YOU ARE hereby NOTIFI
acrobats and soloists who were \ ln" gilKSS ^SSU "33? ,
-elected for RADOST because each Dad* County, Florida
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-2865
NOTICE OF ACTION
> s-.-l.-l PRRRZ ;,<)
CARMEN MUNOZ PEREZ ins wlf.
PlalnUff.
vs.
was a recent winner at one of
many folk festivals heldannually at
Spoleto, Bern. Sofia, Helsinki,
Varna, Moscow, Munich and other
centers of folk festival lame.
Most doctors forget about sport
mce Ihey get deeply involved in
- irgery and medicine. Not Irv
Da ii k. Despite performing op-
erations, which often run seven
and eight hours. Dardick has
stayed with track and gets to Is-
rael two and three times a year
with one -port unit or another.
Take his schedule last year as
, an example in May he went
along as team physician for the
Hapoel Games which featured
some of the best runners in the
United States. Since all the com-
petitors were non-Jewish, be saw
to it that the American track
squad saw Israel from top to bot-
tom, providing transportation at
, his own expense.
Home for a few weeks it was
i back again in July with the Inter-
national Youth Festival, a minia-
ture Olympics for boys and girls.
for a three-week grind as physi-
1 cian for 200 kids from 11 coun-
tries.
UGAL NOTICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 73-2995
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN UK THE MAIRIAGE OF
R'i.MI'I.o REYES, .IK. HUSBAND
AND CATHERINE GfVERMONT
REYES, WIFE
VOU Catherine (;uvermom Revet
residing :ii *2n-5A Street, Weal New
York. New Jersey n*093, arc required
to file Htl Answer to the Petition for
Marriam Dissolution with the Clerk
of tins Court and serve a copy there-
of upon .1 C Laussel, your husband'*
er, 177.1 hi VY'est Fhtitler Str......
Miami. Florida 33135, not later than
Man 19, I!'" I, otheru Ise ,. Default
" -" 1 entered against you for reliel
m inrhl for I i(ed
Miami Ft-i da
RICHARD P IlKl.NIC Kit. CLERK
H\ R M KISSEE
I lepui* 1 'l- 11. 1. uit < 'nurl
iCIreuil oui I >' ..11
lx>t 8. 111 Block S3, of REVISE!'
I'I.at OF CAROL. CITY, accord-
ing to tile I'lal (hereof, as re-
corded In Plal Book '".. at Pas
S3, ..f the Public Records of Pad.
County Florida,
has been filed attains! you and 1
are refiuired t-> serve a ropj of v u'
written defenses, it any, to it
HAKItY II TKITKI.MAX, plaintiff*'
attorney, whoae address is 1313 N. -
7ih Street, Miami, Florida, 33I23.
or before March 14. !!?:! and file 1 -
original thereof with the clerk
this court either before service
plaintiffs' attorney or Immadiat* 1
uereatlcr: otherwise a defaull
i.e entered against you for the rel '.
demanded in the complaint
Dated ut Miami. Florida this 6 n.ij*
.1 February. lH7:v
RICHARD P BRINKER
1 'lerk of Circuit "ourt
Bi R M KISSEE
I>i-iiui< Clerk
2 9-16-23 3 -
BENJAMIN C. GREEN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
'ebruan 197" GENEHAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-2844
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Ri 'I'll. Manias* ol
KI'PEltTO .MAM 131. XI MANZA.
Husband and lil.AD> S P< '/ >
A I..MA \/..V Vlf<
TO GLADYS I'"/' A I.MANZA
San Ms nuel Orii li
1'- m iiu 1 'ui ti Padi
fit 1. Cubs
Yl 'I" ARE HEREBY nollflt 'I ihH
1 '"-I lissolui on Marrii --
has been filed against you. and j
are herebj required n. serve a top)
your answer or oihei pleading to
Petttloi dp the Husband's attoi 1
LESTER ROGERS, whose addres* -
1454 X W. 17th Avenue, Miami. FI -
Ida 33125. and file ih.- original 1
the Clerk of the above styled 1 >
mi or before this 12 daj of Mai
a ib-fauit iil be enti
getting married...
This basket holds
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
We I coma Wagon
hostess today.
7512573
Late this month Irv will aocom-
j oar.y ome 10 youth basket bal'
1 loam.- for a Jamboree on the court-
1 >l the Holy Land. There will be j
I 125 boys and 100 adults in the
narty and their health problems
1 vill be in Irv's hands. After the '
'amboree it's the Ninth Macca- 1
! biah and the 4th Internationa' I
: Y'outh Festival, next July.
HEREDITARY TRAIT
Low for Israel runs in Dardick*
famUy. His dad is a Hebrew scho'
ar of renown, who. despite a sc-
i vere physical handicap, serves a--:
I *e ritual slaughterer in hLs New"
Jersey community. Apparently-
handling a surgical instrument is
icieditary in the Dardick clan,
tince all three male offspring are
skilled surgeons, two doctors and ;
, one oral surgeon. Yiddish was and
still is the language of the family.
Not too long ago the three
, brothe-s got together and decided
to present their dad with an hon-
orary medical degree. The sheep-
. skin was prepared in ornate fasli-
1 ion and was bestowed upon papa
j Dardick at a family gathering. Irv
vs. 'After all. we weren't off
wse, the M.D. on the diploma is
for Moishe Dardick."
After numerous trips to the
Holy Land, the magical spell of
the country has affected Irving,
''irst he insisLs on reverting to
iis given Hebrew name, Yisroel.
and secondly he is on the search
'o- a house in Israel. (Figures
with the money he annually spends
on hotels for his wife and three
laughters it is ehea'x-r to main-
tain a permanent home there.)
Irv remembers his own trials
and tribulations as an intern and.
consequently, virtually has adopt-
ed a b'ack Mintefiore residnt
one Dr. Fletcher Johnson. Fletcher
s a former Dunuesne University
basketball hot-shot who was forc-
ed to go to Italy and Switzerland
to get hi medical degree. I've
known Flotch many years, hav-
ing sent him on to Coach Dudey
Moore, who led the Dukis to two
Ho'ilay Festival titles and one
N.I.T. championship.
Benjamin Green
Researeh Director
Dead At 78
Benjamin C. Green. 78, retire-
direetnr of rrsear'H tor Mi->"r
advertising firm, and philanthro-
ist. died Wednesday, Jan, 31. of
njuries he received in an automo-
bile accedent.
Coral Gables, was born in Miuis'-
Russia, came to America and set
Mod in Newark. N.J in 1904.
He was an Army veteran o'
\V''' War I and entered the ai
vertising business in 1920.
M-. Green was executive vi-
ntes dent of United Advertisin-
\?i ncy ;n Newark when he re
tired in l!)r>5.
Ttn in ^^-c-'Ti^i Hv hie .-^.*-
'ack. of Bishopric, Green and Fiel-
t'.en Advertising Agency of Miam'
o join the firm a- director of r"
earch aft*r hi- first retiremep*
>"< staved with the firm un!
19G8.
After that. Mr Green travel -
'......'ir'it Europe with trips t
Israel.
Ai t1"' t i ui' hi- d -I'll he
involved in the fina' editing of I
i ir.-''-l>i'-,''b'sHf-I hisik entitle-1
"So This Is Israel."
Mr. Green wrote pne*ns an
' ::r 'ated th" "Haat,-h" In**
" :)-\ as a Passover gift t" Ir
family.
II;< rn^nbershjis inrludrl th
''ihan League of Miami, the Je
! ;h Home for the Ated in Ni"-
f( "-ev. th.' Hota-v a"d Elk- club
: '*-e Ad Cub of Miami, the Anie-
| '"in "ivil LiHerti"%* Union, "'
. *'pit-r' Find, t'-o AT^'-nn OR*
federation and B'nai B'rith,
Mr. Green was a<**i\e in t''
i'':i,ini-olaou Canee- Research Jr
*ti|> I :.< |-> "?~i,0)Brship at the Univer
' sity of Miami.
He ee'cV-ate'' hie 50t*i wedd:p
inpi-e--jrv with hi- wife, Rjt'-
n 197:.
survivors ine'"d" hi< wido -
' '- Ive grandchildren.
Set- -ie>s for Mr. Green "
l.'d 9 h I, at the River-ide Me
morinl Cha|>el, with burial in th'
1 Star of David Cemetery.
IN THE CIRCUIT COU1T OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRCBATE DIVISION
No. 73-442
J. GWVNN PARKER
'i UK K-i.ii,- f
JOHN M OINSBURO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'm .li'. i- and All Peraoi II.n
init t'laimx ..i Demand* Again*! Bald
"Sstatei
Ynu are hereby notified and required ,',,:i "' '
to present an) clalmi and demandii '";"!'"".',.y.'"
which you may have aKainnl thr e-
i nit.- of JOHN M niNHU'.'RR de. paned
late Dad* County, t'lorlda. to the
Circuit Judge* of Pad.- County, and
fill- the same in dunlicat.- ainl a?- pro-
vided in Section 7:;:; is. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count*
Courthouse In Dade. County, Florida,
iwiih Insla calendai months 'mm th*
time of ih. first nubllcatlon hereof, or
fhe same will be harred.
Dated .ii Miami Florida, this .' da)
ol February. A l> l";:
HARUI.II K aiN'SBCRD
\- Executor
First publication of ilii- t?.ti.- on
the fin d.n of Feliruarv. 1 f'TS.
\ RTHUR 8 PKVI.VS
Attorney fur Cxacutor
III i'iiv National Bank Hiiia
Miami Florida M1M
- t-lS-23 :: 2
DATED this i. day of Fehruar) i''
RICHARD 1- BRINKER
i'h 11> ol the Cin uu i-i.url
BY: i- I. ALEXANDER
- -:-:: I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREin niVBN C
the underslsnsd, deslrina i" tniraai
business under ih- fictitious name* (
PAVILION MANAGEMENT ASS"-
i IATES and PAVILION INTERN -
TIONAL HKi'C'KDS at '-'' Colll
Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla Intend*
reaiater said name* with thi Cl
of the Circuit Court of Pa-le C.-u.. >.
Florida ,
PAVILION INTERNATIONAL
INCORPORATED
-l*-J3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-174
i,, I'l... V. -.',. 0f
DAVID RKIZ
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Person* H\
I ims Claim* in Demands Aaainsl S.-10I
>tate:
You .ir.. hereby notified pjsd required
11 presenl any claims ami demands
.hi. I, ..,.i may hav aaalnst the es-
tate of DAVID REIZ deceased ut< '
Dade Countv, Florida, lo the Circuit
IuiIkis of Hade County, anil file the
ante In duplicate and as provided In
Section 7.13 16, Florida Statutes, in
heir offlcei In the County Courthouse
m Dade County, Florida, within sin
alcndar month* from the 1 me of the
irst imiIIii aiion hen the same
v Ml be barred
11;. ..t M1..1111. Florlita, thi* "th
dav : Fehruai \. A D lt75
HFnvivi \ im-'z
A* Exei utiis
l-'.i -1 publli si 1011 "t thi* it 1
ha > '' 11 1 > .
1 IR\RY VOPTOX
Attorney for Estate
1 |M Blscavne Bid*
Miami. Fla 331S0
j R-tR-23 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-855
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ALFRED HELDENMUTH
11. oaiirrt
To All Creditors soil All Persons Rav-
ine Claim.- or Demands Aaainsl Bald
Batate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have asTaluat the es-
tate of ALFRED HELDENMUTH
ceased late of Dade County, Florl
to the Circuit Judacs of Dads I nu
ami file the same 111 duplicate ami sa
provided in Section 733.16 Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Cou -
tv Courthouse in Dade Count> Fl
Ida, uitiun -ix calendar month* fi tn
the tlmi of ilie fust publication hen
,.< or th. same .11 be ham ri
1> iied at Miami, Florida
..f K. in uan \ I' l73
HENN V 1IIJ DE> MI'TH
\- Exei utrix
First pul li at ni I -Ins a.
ih.. a dm il Fi i" Ui 1 -.
HENRY Nl iRTl |S-
AI tornev for Bx< rutrlx
1406 Blscavne Ruildli B
Miami Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1lih JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTV
PROBATF O'VISION
No. 73-121
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in ItK- Estate of
1|-| It's I 'I'SKY
11, eased
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims in Demands Aarainsl Bald
Estate:
Y"u are herebj notified and re-
lUlred to 1.resent any claims and de-
n.uid- Hhn-h von may hav aarainsl
1 Mate < .HI IT'S 1 ITSKY de-
based late of Hole Countt Florida
n ih.- Clrcull Jnrtare. ..f fade County.
and file the same In riunllcats and
as provided In Section 7:::: I*, Florida
statutes in th. ir office* in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dads County. Flor-
ida. \v Minn six calendar monihs from
th.- time of the first publication
uieof. or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this > day
.f February, \ D l73
SADIE LIPSKY
SHE' DON 1 ll's'K V
JOSEPH LIPSKY
FREDERICK II I ITSKY
\s Executors
Filed at Miami. Florida, tin- Hay
( i.-. h<-unn I n 1073.
PHI LIT BLOOM
trtornev for pstnte
1131 Citv National Hank Itlda.
:. w.st Flaalei St.
Miami Fla. a-
j a-ia-at s *
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6509
(formerly County Judae's Court
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ABE ACKERMAN
11.1 eased
To All Credit.us Mini All Person* II 1
us: claims or Demands Aaainsl Sal 1
Estate:
You are hereby notified mil it -
quired 10 present an> 1 lalms and ii.--
minds wliiih you max have aaainsl
ih. .state ,.( ABE VCKERMAN rii
ceased late f l-uaerne County, Pet -
j sylvanla, to the Circuit Juoae* of
t>.ole Counfy and file the same in
lut'li. ale and as provided In Section
: 13 l, Florida statute-. In Iheh
. fU'es in the Countv Oaurthouse in
Had. County Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the tlmi
nrst publication hereof hr ih. same
ill he barred,
Dattd at I'nper I ehich renii-xl-
vatnia, this Slat da) ol Januun A 1 .
''
Benjamin Martin Ackerxaan
As Ancillary Executor
First pulilu at ion of this notice "0
th. : day of February, if'T::
LAW OPFICB8 OF
, A. JAY CRISTOI.
I \ 1 ... in v for Ancillary Kxecutor
:'l N K. First Ave.
.Miami. Florida _,..,, ._.


Page 16-B
> kwisti noridfknr
Friday, February 1 197,
/
Depend on Food Fair 7 Days of the week!
FOR TOP QUALITY FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES!
BONELESS ROAST
BOTTOM
ROUND
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
USDA
CHOICE
IOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF mg m
W Chuck Roast .79*
WHITE &
ASSORTED
COLORS
SCOTT
TOILET
TISSUE
rolli o
LIMIT 4 ROUS PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES!
PURE
CANE
SUGAR
P.P. BRAND
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GRANULATED
LIMIT ONE BAG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES!
SAVE MORE ON FINE QUALITY GROCERIES.1
REGULAR AIL FLAVORS
P. P. Brand Soda
CHERRY
FOR DELICIOUS COFFEE
"^ rs 11
IU cans 99 Borden's Cremora
SATISFYING BUT NOT FATTENING!
PINT
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vAP<.'< SEf DIESS
2?oz 70c
JAR
79'
Temple Oranges 10 for 49c White Grapefruit
SAVE 16 -AMERICAN KOSHER MIDGET
OR BOLOGNA
........... 12-OZ. CHUB
(OR
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TRY ME IM NEW' TAYLOR SLICED
SAVE 10c DANISH CROWr
Beef Taystee Strips i& 65c Wine Fillet Herring
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Banquet Dinners. Shoe-string Potatoes 20bagz 29*
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ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS. MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENINr
ALL LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER. IN OUR MODERN^BAKERY
SAVE 40c LB RARE OR MEDIUM
P P. BRAND PLAIN OR SUGAR
_ CHARTER r- """"^ riMiri UK SUOAR
wst Beef CTER 75e Family Pak Donuts............Sft 45c
WI RfSUVE THI RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. NONE $010 TO DCAIERJ. NOT RCSPONJ.BIE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
FOOD
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 11th
AT All FOOD FAIR FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS. YOURS
WITH EVERY PURCHASE FOR THE
GREATEST VARIETY OF FINE GIFTS!
SAVI | 1f*wi &uuu!
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............. PKG.
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^DETERGENT
LIMIT ONE PKG EITHER ITEM
PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCH
OF $7 OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES!
GA. FLA. GRADE A FRESH ICED
Fryer Parts
WITH RIBS
WHOLE BREASTS
WHOLE LEGS- .
THIGHS
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DELICIOUS FLO-SUN
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"eJewisli Floridliain
Friday, February 9, 1973
., :i"' ';
'
GMJF Role In Wofford
The Wofford Beach Hotel Ls closed and shuttered. For the
103 residents of the hotel who were victimised when the owner
abandoned the near-bankrupt venture, it was a traumatic experi-
ence. But the trauma was eased as the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation rose to the challenge.
Federation, acting as the coordinating body for the United
Fund of Dade County and the Catholic Charities Inc., moved
into the hotel on a crisis intervention basis.
Federation's financial guarantee kept the utilities on at the
Wofford Beach. Federation's Intervention kept other life support
sen ices such as garbage collection and f ice ami hotel personnel available. And Federation brought social
workers Cram Jewwh Family and Children's Service to the Wof-
ford Bi ach to aid the residents in relocation, to ally their fears,
and to make a personal crisis seem less critical.
"Our involvement was a manifestation of the strength.
courage and resources of Miami's Jewish community,'" said Fei-
i ration president Robert Russell.
"Federation, with no urging from any sector, private or
public, rose to its responsibilities. Not to run a hotel, but to
help individuals in need," he said.
Tile Wofford Beach is clo.sed. The former residents are re-
located The social workers are back working at their normal
tasks. And the community has been given a prime example of
bow Federation helps to make Greater Miami a better place in
which to live for all people.

-
Sen. Edward Kennedy To Be Honored
At Israel Bend Trustee Dinner
Senator Edward M. Kennedy of
Massachusetts will be the guest of
u,l principal speaker at the
k.. -
SEW. tDWAKD M. KtNNtDY
Trustees of Israel Dinner on Mon-
day, Fob. 19 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, in conjunction with the
19f8 International Inaugural Con-
ference for Israel Bonds.
The Inaugural Conference will
officially launch a worldwide cam-
paign for the sale of $3*50 million
In Israel Bonds in 1973, a goal
which was adopted unanimously
at the recent meeting with Prime
Minister Golda Meir in Jerusalem
More than 400 Trustees of Israel
i all parts of North America
,i e expected to attend the dinner
in tribute to Sen, Kennedy, who
lias been a firm friend and cham-
pion of Israel an ment. The Trustees of Israel is an
honorary society of the Israel
Bond Organization consisting of
men and women who offer out-
Sta ruling financial assistance for
Israel's economic development pro-
gram through the purchase of
flO.000 or more in Israel Borvls.
Among leading participants in
the Trustees of Israel dinner prep-
arations are: Ira Guilden. presi-
di nt of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion: Sam Rothberg. general chair-
man, who will also be the honoree
;.t the 19?:'. Inaugural Dinner on
March 3; Louis H. Boyar, co-
chairman of the Inaugural Dinner;
Jacob M. Arvcy. honorary chair-
man of the Israel Bund Campaign
in Chicago; Leo Bernstein, exec-
utive vice president of Israel
Bonds: Henry Blatt. national
chairman for Israel Bonds in Can-
ada; Julian B. V'ene/.ky, chairman
for regions, and Mrs. Jan Peerce,
< hairman of the National Women's
Division.
Local protest march against Japan Airlines which boycotts
Israel Airlines and refuses the exchange of commercial
flights between Israel and Japan was led by (left to right)
George Koto, Mrs. M. Rudt, Mrs. Francos Sharpo and Mr.
M. Rudt The march was sponsored here by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of the B'nai B'rith. Men's And Women's B'ncd
B'rtth. and. the- Florida Department, Jewish War Veterans.
k
-rc> ? F
lax Lerner
Sees It
m
Dr. N. Joel Ehrenkantz has bean
appointed to the new position
cf chief of the Department of
Medicine at Cedars of Lebanon
Health Care Center, according
to S. K. Bronstein, president.
Dr. Enrenkantz was previously
professor and acting chairman
of the Department of Epidemiol-
ogy and Public Health at the
University cf Miami School of
Medicine.
Planning the Lorber Chapter,
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute end Hospital annual
smorgsbord auction to be held
on Tuesday. Feb. 20, at 10 a.m.
crt Temple Beth Am are (stand-
ing, left to right) Mrs. Charles
Kass and Mrs. Morgan Levy,
food chairman. (Seated, left to
right) Mrs. Jules Seidner, auc-
tion chairman, and Mrs. Nor-
man Weinberg, gift chairman.
Not shown, Blanche Manners,
gift chairman, and Mrs. Robert
Carver*., reservations.
Pen Women Plan
Thursday Recital
On 'Spoken Arts''
The Miami Public Library, main
auditorium at 1 Biscayne Blvd.,
will present a recital of Spoken
Arts, sponsored by the National
I eague of American Pen Women
on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m.
Ruby Fogel (Mrs. Jack LevkofD
will read from her book. "Of Apes
and Angela." and from her poem,
"The Loss of Night." which was
honored at the Stroud (Kngland)
International Festival of the Arts.
Kvaline Simmons will review
the book, "At the Drop of a Veil."
and soprano Veronica Fuchs will
effer lyrics by Jewel Alderman,
set to music by Miami composer
Adella C. Altman.
Oneg Shabbos To Be
Literary, Musical
The Davd Pinski Club will pre-
sent a literary and musical pro-
gram at the "Oneg Shabbos" on
Friday, 8 p.m. at the Ida Fisher
Cafeteria.
Subject of a talk by L. Lasavin,
author and lecturer, will be
Winner of the Nobel Prize,
Shmuel Yosef Agnon." Hilda
Zucker, folk-singer, accompanied
by Paul Yanovsky on the mando-
lin, in a group of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs, will entertain.
NEW YORK, NY. A little more than a year ago. during
the Senate hearings on Justice William RchnquLst's nomination,
there was a to-do over a 1952 memo on the school desegregation
cases, initialed by him. when he was law clerk to Justice Robert
H. Jackson. There was a minor tempest over it, since it argue .
for reaffirming the separate-but-equal doctrine of Plessy vs. Fer-
guson. But Rehnquist's letter to Sen. F.astland explained that i'
was a kind of aide-memoir for Justice Jackson, summing ur>
Jackson's own views after a discussion with Rehnquist, to use at
a conference with his colleagues. PS. Rehnquist was confirmed
All thus is ancient history. But working recently on an in-
terpretive article about Jackson I have-had to refresh myself or.
his style and mind. Rereading the memo in that light, I add a
footnote to that ancient history.
The memo, as Justice Rehnquist notes in his letter, is not i
painstaking law clerk's tracking down of cases and precedents
I: is rather a quick, glancing statement less than a thousand
words- of a way to interpret the great historic cases on judicia'
review. While none of rt is new Oi world-shaking it does have a
caustic irreverence about it, and a sharp cutting edge, As such it
could have been the product of a seasoned ironic mind like Jack-
son's, or a bright young iconoclastic law gra luate's like Rehn-
quist's or both.
It notes that the post-Civil War decisions of the Supreme
Court were efforts to protect business interests against state
legislatures, as if in Justice Holmes' classic phrase the
Fourteenth Amendment had tnact.-d Herbert Spencer's "Social
Statics"; that this had rightly come to an end because the judge.'
were reading their own conservative economic views into th
Constitution; that in the school desegregation cases th< same
thing was happening with a new twist the judges wen being
asked to read their liberal sociological views into the Constitu-
tion; that this would make the current court differ from the old
McReynolds court "only in the kinds of litigants it lav
that is. blacks Insti ad of corporations,
It goes on to argue thai you can't create a special situat :
f'.r minorities and stick to it unless the majority chooses I
stick; that 150 years of court efforts to protect minority rights
" vt-.ct'i iiioM ol busfru ss, slaveholders, cm Jehovah's Witness* -
have always ended the same waj that "one by one the cases .
have been sloughed off, and crept silently to rest."
Then comes the crashing conclusion that at the risk of be-
ing 'excoriated by 'liberal' colleagues ... I think Plessy v-
Ferguoon was right and should be reaffirmed. If the Fourteenth
Amendment did net enact Spencer's "Social Static.-.' it just a.
surely did not enact Myrdal's 'American Dilemma.'" Knd of
memo, and almost end of Rehnquist, if he ha.ln't written that
salvaging letter to Eastland which gave his supporters a chance
to save their face and his judicial hopes. Not only, he insisted
was the memo not his own view but he fully supports "the legal
reasoning and the rightness ot the Brown decision."
6 & -v
SEN. BlRfil B.wif FELT THAT Rehnquist's candor an I
veracity" were in question, noting that Jackson was dead and
couldn't challenge him. There is no documentary evidence either
way. My own reconstruction of what probably happened is some-
what as follows. The ailing old warrior and his bright young con-
servative law clerk had a long conversation. Jackson found it fur,
to talk with him because thej could both gibe at Black and
Douglas. They had a rollicking time of it, each egging on thi
other to wickedly pungent epigrams. Neither may have gone a-
the way with the argument they concocted, but each was half
persuaded and half fascinated by it. Jackson thru asked his clerk
to put it down, thinking to bait some of his colleagues with it
In the end, as we know, Jackson voted with them, Frail and
ailing as he was he came to the court on decision day. on that
fateful May 7, 1954. to dramatize the court's unanimity I don't
know Rehnquist. I did know Jackson ami talked with him last in
chambers in 1949. He was stormy, as he had shown in his fa mom
Nuremberg cable about Justice Black But if th s was his own
memo he wouldn't have turned a somersault on it.
Alexander Bickel notes shrewdly that Jackson's questions
put to the appeals counsel (including Thurgood Marshall! during
the arguments on the case, showed he had doubts whether the
court could do what the legislature had failed to do. Evidently
he resolved his doubts. Evidently Rehnquist has also. Each had
the right to. But, over the course of 19 years and under the spur
of the hearings, Rehnquist may have magnified Jackson's role in
the memo and wholly sloughed off his own.
Brandeis Hadassah Eye
Louis D. Brandeis Group of
Hadassah has slated its eye bank
luncheon for Wednesday, Feb. 21,
at noon in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Mrs. David Reinwmld, jx>eklent.
Bank Luneheon
will conduct the business portion
of the meeting, and Lillian S.
Dubowy, chairman, will introduce
the musical program featuring
I.ydia King accompanied by Sx
Mann. ^
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Convalescent And Nursing Homes Fill A Major Need
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Hebrew Home For Aged
Offers Personalized Care
Oliver Manor Joins Hialeah, Ramsey Homes
"Too many institutions are in- 1
slitutior.alized. We want to pet i
nway from institutionalization,
end provide a residence for the ;
elderly which is more like a per-
sona! home," says Sidney Siepel,
executive vice president of the |
Hebrew Home for the Aged of
Miami Beach. 320 Collins Ave.
The He' nw Home for the Aced
is a non-profit, non-sectarian.
community owned institution
which provides for the sick and
c'derl in four capacities: nursing
rare, skilled, custodial care, and
care for the chronically ill.
The Home was started 15 years
ago in a modest two-story building
on Collins and 3rd St. The original
siuicture has s.nce been com-
pletel.- renovated. The refurbished
1'iildinc now houses approximatelv
50 resilient patients who require
;. minimum amount ol care.
Next to the original building, a
modern, four-story wing has beer
added, which now provides a home
BJid highly trained professiona1
care for 106 patients.
Under Medicare, each patient
now has his own doctor. A resident
physician is available in the home,
and each floor is staffed with two
or three registered nurses, li-
censed practical male and female
nurses, aides and orderlies.
Tlie Home has been accredited
by the American Hospital Asso-
ciation, and is affiliated with all
Tiajor national organizations such
:s the National Association for
'ewish Homes for the Aged, the
joiiatiic Society, and the Amer-
can Association for Homes For
The Aged. It has transfer agree-
uents with area hospitals such as
^outh Shore. Mt. Sinai, St. Fran-
is. Jackson Memorial arid Baptist.
Sidney Sicgel has more than
7 years of experience in the care
nd rehab iitation of the aged.
le has iei we I in the following
ositions: Ire tor of Bronx New
'ork Veteran's Administralton
lospital, V. A. Hospital in Fast
range, and as assistant director
f the 1.000-bed Brooklyn Hebrew
iome and Hospital for the Aged.
Quality nursing: services are
offered by three Greater Miami
nursing homes operating under
new, common management with
individual administration.
Operating under the slogan of
'Loving Professional Care at Rea-
sonable Cost" are Oliver Manor
Nursing Home in North Miami
1 Hialeah Convalescent Home and
I Ramsev Nursing Home in Miami.
Oliver Manor. 1255 NF 135th
I St.. services the entire North Dade
irea with both registered and
j licensed nurses on duty contin-
jouslv and ancillary therapy
available.
The Hialeah Convalescent Home
it 190 W. 28th St. and Ramsev.
located at 8785 N\V 32nd Ave
provide similar facilities Each of
1 the three homes provide, there-
1 peulic diets, with patient act I vi tin
on both group and Individual basis.
Goal is the maximum rehabillfc.
: tion of patients to take part in the
ioeial functions of daily living,
i Mccording to Robert L. Wagner
liver Manor administrator
I
Night In Israel Galas
Honor Local Residents
A gala "Night in Israel" will
honor Harry and Tillie Bloom at
the Ro-Mont Gardens in North
Miami Beach on Tuesday at 7:30
p.m.
The "Night in Israel" is pre-
sented by the Ro-Mont Gardens
Service Corp. under the auspices
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
Mr. and Mrs. Bloom moved to
Florida from New York, where Mr.
Bloc-TJ was a building ontractor.
He b-'ongs to the Masons and
Od ifel'ows and has held im|ortant
positions in both groups.
Ml 3. Bloom is a member of ORT
at I Hadassah and a life member
ol Deborah Hospital.
Ro-Mont Gardens farael Bond
chairman is Nathan Goldschlager.
Al Spiegel will receive the State
of Israel Scroll of Honor at 1
"Nighl in Israel" on Thursday
Feb. 15, 7:30 p.m., at the Bay Ter-
artments in Miami Beact
Bay Terrace Israel Bonds chair-
is Harrj T Ma lison.
K\ both e\ enin :- \ nerl
T 11 humoi 1st Mac Rol bins will
be featured.
Mr. Spiegel is a member of B'nai
B'rith and a contributor to nu-
merous philanthropic causes. He
was a vice president of the Actors
Temp'e in New York City and has I
made three trips to Israel
The "Night in Israel" will be |
held in the Bay Terrace social j
hall, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
A "'Night in Israel" has also
been planned at the Oceanside |
Plan Apartments on Monday to 1
celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary,
Joey Russell, Jewish comedian, will
entertain.
Oceanside Plaza !rae' Bond
chah nan i- Meyer Ru-hman.
tfeth David Arts
Features Works
Of Claire Roller
Fine Arts of Beth David is pre-
t-nting its fifth show which will
mature the work of Claire Roller,
n instructor of art in the Dade
bounty Public School System.
Oi>eriing nk'ht will be Wednes-
lay, T 30 to 10 p.m. in the Philip
3erkowitz board room at Coral
Vay Gallery. 2625 S\\" 3rd Ave
Daughter of Abraham Rubin.
loneer member of Beth David,
Mrs. Roller is a graduate of the
'Jniversitv of Miami where she
najored in art. attended the Art
>tud( nts I eague in New York and
he Institute AJIende of San
Miguel rfe Allende in Mexico.
Mm. Koller will attend the tor-
lal opening of the show.
Burt Reynolds Is Shamus
The Sharr is." starring Burt
"?evno'ds in th~ title role, open
Friday at rV rrih and 170th St
Wometco Theatres. Second we-"
holdover* include "Pete and Tillie'
at the Mirale and lfi3rd St
The Getaway" at the Pa'io
"Sounder" at the Byron, and for'
the ni.ith week, "Young Winston'
at the Twin II.
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Receation TV Movie- Gom.
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Beauty & Barber Salons
Air Conditioned Sunn.ng P0t,0s
A! his desk in the White Hcuse President Harry S. Truman
whe had hiqhest praise for American Jewry's wartime ac-
tivities, in 1947 received a copy of Volume I of "American
Jews in World War II" from the late Frank L. Weil, at the
time president of the National Jewish Weliare Board (JWB).
Serving as an Honor Roll of Jewish Men and Women who
died in service, were wounded in action or won awards for
outstanding acts of heroism during the war, the two-volume
publication was prepared by JWB's Bureau of War Records.
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Convalescent And N
Homes Fill A Major
ursing
Need
North Shore Secures Medicare Approval
North Shore Nursing Home, sonable rates.
9380 NW 7th Ave., was completed A barber shop and beauty shop
n 1970 and is Medicare approved combine with the attractive menus
nod completely air conditioned, to provide residents and patients
The cmtraly located convalescent; with a feeling of comfort and
home provides physical and occu- concern. North Shore is a non-
pational therapy and offers rea- sectarian nursing home.
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Total Care Package Listed
By Four Freedoms Manor
Four Freedoms Manor, a Miami
Beacfa nursing and convalescent
home *hich has introduced the
concept of total care, is located in
the Count} at 42 Collins Ave., a block
from the Atlantic Ocean.
Acclaimed the modern nursing
h v .f today. Four Freedoms of-
f n package program with one
monthly charge. The package in-
Cludei e\erythmg the doctor pre-
scribes including room, dietician-
*upervi*d meals, speech and phys-
ical therapy, occupational therapy,
pxygan, 'aborati>ry work. X-rays
t.iid all prescriptions plus full use
of the many facilities at the 220-
Unit, three-story building.
The ultramodern facility, super-
V'sed by Four Freedoms vice pres-
ident .Sanford Hildebrandt, is a
key unit of the famed Four Free-
doms National Medical Services
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 causes
M the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy. Israel Histadrtit Foun-
dation and many non-sectarian
organizations.
Dr. Charles Beber, well known
'j.i riatrician, is medical director of
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 16650
W. Dixie Highway.
. Dr. Aivin Stern, director, notes
that there are new, separate Med-
icare, private, and geriatric wings
and that bus transportation is
f.iiulable for South Beach resi-
dents.
An all actively landscaped gar-
  • .i si fishing area nn
    i I'd.. : i;: id -s Waterway and
    : ,-': t; .-I i :.>.:< i, t egular
    . piujj and .- ;htseeing ti i;>s are
    ire*
    !:...- s i 'ious, airy an '
    t iTe All arc ail
    , ; an : i rurally heate
    A cent11 I r. stal i< m is Ihe
    i 11 i ter i mnd-the-cl
    n ieaj are. Th sii al therapy
    ,'Ji : ;:; lhl( !:l is -- l by a SaUtM
    1 nth ii' n Fin! '" I
    Live Oaks
    Features
    Closed T\
    i ,- < '..< Nuising Home al
    I N.Y 26th St, in Miami
    stiesses that H Is the only con-
    \ a < r,i home in Florida with a
    , istd-circ it m mitoring system.
    The facility enables David Burack,
    In i. i ator, and Natalie Karl-
    ton, rilrectoi of nursing, to main-
    i iin Ihe highest standards of
    I at ent cai e.
    A tul liary of Mediatrics, Inc..
    Live Oaks reflei ts more than a
    oi experience in the field
    with homes.......rating throughout
    the I Ited Si.nes Extensive ther-
    i peutic eqtripment supplies the
    pal st opportunity to accelerate
    i, cove; j.
    A dk laiy department is super-
    vised l> a professional dietitian,
    and registered nurses are on duty
    24 hours, Piped In oxygen is avail-
    able in ew ry 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.
    Sheffield Center
    Stresses Therapy
    Sheffield Convaiarium and Phys-
    ical Therapy Center in Fort Lau-
    derdale is a fully accredited roem-
    ber of the American Nursing Home
    Association and provides ca:e by
    tegistered nurses on a 24-hour
    basis.
    Located conveniently at 2675 N.
    Andrews Ave.. the Center is Medi-
    care approved and has a lull-time,
    registered physical therapist.
    Jean Sadow, administrator,
    noints out that a homelike, whole-
    some atmosphere <>n spacious trop-
    ical grounds emphasizes Sheffield's
    motto of "Personalised Manage-
    ment."
    Physiotherapy, occupational and
    recreational therapy, enclosed gar-
    den courts and barber and beauty
    Imps nn the premises add to the
    . omfoi table feelln ; at the Shef-
    field Convalaiium.
    Lincoln Manor
    For Retirement
    ! .. v nor Retirement Hotel
    n I lolly wood pi n 11} dls itself
    A I ittle Building w Ith a Rig
    i I Ail inSO S,illi lie/ is od-
    stratoi ol the non-sectarian
    ty at -ill Lincoli SI
    Birthday and holiday parties are
    features for guests. Residents are
    both men and women who do not
    need nursing care, and pleasant
    companiionship is an asset.
    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
    ihopping centers and houses of
    worship,
    Jackson Manor
    Flagship Of Group
    Thiee convalescent facHit'.es un-
    der the same, experienced man-
    agement serve all of Dade Counts
    with the Flofjan, "Personalized
    fare for the Person You Care For."
    Jackson Manor, a nursing home
    in the heart of the University of
    Miami Medical Center area; Arch
    Creek, a nursing and convalescent
    '"Ome adjacent to North Miami
    General Hospital; and Snapper
    'reek, a nursing and convalescent
    tome adjacent to Baptist Hospital,
    Dim the group,
    Snapper Creek serves the Ken-
    lull and South Dade areas from
    ts location at 9200 S\V 87th Ave.,
    i mile west of the Palmetto Ex-
    less-.vay. Arch Creek services the
    Jorth Dade and Miami Beach
    Leas and Jackson Manor is the
    "ential Miami focal point of the
    v>d*rn nwi" n* nursing and con-
    valescent facilities.
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    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-V.FCTAR1AN
    CONTRUCTION OF NEW CUSTODIAL BONDING
    HI a mn w^w, ^,__ JUASLSINfi CONTRIBUTIONS TO
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    Luncheons And Meetings
    For MB Hadassah Units
    . o Ha-!a.s.,h Groups are surgeon, will lecture and p......I
    il:lf'"rM"""ay """" <,ro,,P will moot at 12:30 will preside
    M^'m^,I0airLl^C1rC,UbROOm- *""** 0'P will moot at
    Ma Kurland, area vice 7 p.m. i the Ifcrraoe Room ol
    presidtpti will be guesl speaker.
    Mrs Dan I.iftin will preside.
    Henrietta Szold Gronp will meet
    al the Algiers Hotel at noon for a
    snack lun.h meeting. Mrs. Han-
    nah Friedman will preside.
    Forte Towers Group will meet
    at 1 p.m., in the 120,') West Ave.
    auditorium. Mrs. Jay Dernier will
    bo guest speaker, and will also en-
    tertain with songs with Sadye Pa*
    den at the piano. Mrs Pauline Les.
    sem will preside.
    ^outhgate Towers. The movie
    Power of the Pebble." will l>
    shown. Mrs. Shirley Kaine w
    preside.
    Israeli Group will meet at the
    Al [i( is Hotel at noon. A film.
    'Now Their Home Is Israel" will
    be shown. Mrs. Joseph Meyer will
    preside.
    Bay Harbor Croup will hold its
    regular luncheon meeting at 11:30
    am., at the Balmoral Hotel. A
    dramatic reading entitled. "Inci-
    dents in the Life of Ben-Gurion"
    t '""- *. lilt" i.H" Ul IH-II-VUHIUII
    Emm* Lauras Group will meet will be presented by Mr Henn-
    tl... r...i:j__. *.. ,. ... : -- _.
    at the Holiday Inn at Collins Ave
    and 87th St. at noon Mrs. Hen-
    rietta Fine will preside.
    Morton Tnui-r* Group will
    nt noon at the American Savings,
    at Alton and Lincoln P. l- A musi-
    cal program with Iris Lai v I
    hlight the afternoon. Mr
    Iii-lii; is program dial u
    Mi s, Phil p Houlz will prei
    Mt. Scopus Group will ni el al
    noon, at 20 Island Ave., R
    Pla/a Apartmonfs re 'restion room
    Howard Mrs. Joseph Scheid will
    in side.
    GoMa Meir Croup will meet at
    12:30 p.m. in the social hall of
    the O e in Side Plaza. "The Power
    rl ihe Pebble" will be shown. Mrs
    Nal Barth oresident.
    Shaloma Gronp will meet in
    the Algii rs Hotel at noon Tues-
    daj Mrs Bmanuei Merit?, -presi-
    di i t. M ami R aeh Chant'
    Hada sah, will be guesl sneaker
    Mrs. \nna Stone will preside.
    \at'I Parkinson Foundation
    Plans Dinner For Feb. 18
    At the recent Mount Sinai Medical Center
    Biood Bank ceiemonies, honoring private
    citizens and members oi organizations who
    have donated a gaiion or more of biood.
    are (left to right) Dr. Jack Lubin, chief of
    the Mount Sinai Blood Bank, guest speaker
    David Blauner, Medical Center director A!-
    vin Goldberg, Dr. Mark Cirlin, director c:
    Blood Donor Services, and Dr. Arkaci
    Ry wlin, director of Mount Sinai's Department
    of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
    Mrs. J< ante Le' y, founder-
    lii man of tl e National Pa 1.
    nson Foundation, has announ
    MRS. JtANNt IfVlY
    thai Hoi. Hope, national honorary
    chairman of the Foundation, will i
    be guesl honor tor the Hthj
    year .it the Foundation dinner. To '
    be In Id at tbe Fontainebleau Hotel
    on Sunday. Feb. IS. dinner pro-
    ceeds will go toward construction
    Pat Tornillo Is
    Guest Speaker
    Par Tornillo, exi ru '.ve rt recto
    of th Dade Co intj Teachers As-
    sociation iDCTAi v\ i11 be featured
    speaker al Terrmle Beth Ai on-
    gational braakfasl on Sunday.
    !,' is at 9::"' a.m. in the social
    hall. H919
    Mr T'rni" i tan hi i" the publicI
    schoi !s ol N '< N-J- and ,h'\
    Dade Countv Srhool Sysl m until
    I when he was appointed exec-
    utive lired ir >r the DCTA a por-
    tion he still holds.
    He Is a na< t nre^'dent of the'
    Tiger Bay Club and of the Nal i
    ,-,,,,. | in,. Rdneato'-s for II '
    man Rights. He is a member ol
    the Intet faith Agency for So
    Justice the Urban leaue, and
    was a del.....ite to the N"*^"
    Democratic Convention in 10 Rhode Islam! Club
    Meeting Sunday
    Th.' Rhode Island C'uh of C, "-
    .... Miami, will bold its regular
    mbership me, tine on Sunday.
    t 7 pm. in the Washington red-
    eral, 1234 Washington Ave.
    Following a briel business meet-!
    Ino AN> Fini-ornwn. president Will
    introduce Del Breece entertainer
    biUed as "Mirth & Mafte
    i the Bob Hope Research and
    '.',i !r i ilitat'on Institute In Ml i
    !hi said the i sen! Pat kinson
    at 1501 N\V 9th Ave.
    iti the heart of the hospital eom-
    i lex is now I* i ex] tnded 11
    i n to tv n floors and 1 nethoned
    n the ront t>n Its 10th Ave
    mi e side. Its total are., will L>
    v adrupled.
    Now known as the Boh Hope
    l arkinson Research and Rel abili-
    tation Institute, Ihe enia
    structure with a 20-bed in-patieni
    facility for special clinical re-
    search studies, will also afford
    more ] iboratorj area and enlarged
    physical, speech and occupational
    therapy departments.
    The new facility will make pos-
    a two-year $1 million study, ,
    said Mrs, Levey, in which a dif-
    ferent group Of 20 patients will be
    treated and observed at tbe In-
    stitute every 90-days until several
    hundn d i atients have been
    studied by 15 specialists in Park-
    inson's Disease and related dis-
    eases,
    The black tie dinner, to be held
    ;n the Grand Ballroo n ol the Fon-
    tainebleau al 7:30 p.m. will bo
    preceded by a cocktail hour be-
    ginning al 6:30 p.m.
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    1973
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    Rosh Hodc.n (*dur <) il Mon. Fob. 3
    Rel Modish (Aiiai 111 War. 5
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    Pll'rim Sun. Tuc. Mar. II
    KO'.n Hodesh N son Apr. 3
    Piril Day Passover Rosh~HodCSh lyOf Tl^s. Thurs. Apr 17 May 3
    Ion P Omcr Sun. May ?0
    Rn.h Hodesh Slvon Fr.. Jun<- 1
    First Day Shabuoth Wed. June 6
    Rosh HOOCSh Ton'niul Sun. July 1
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    Rosh Hodesh Av July 30
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    Friday, February 9, 1973-
    ISRAEL ?
    WHAT DO YOU
    KNOW ABOUT
    A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
    celebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
    pared for ibis and other member papers of the
    American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
    ment of Education and Culture of the American
    Section of the World Zionist Organization.
    Ql'IZ SEVENTEEN
    , 1. What is "MteracM?"
    2. What was the Territorialist movement?
    3. What is the eal >[ the State of Israel?
    4. By what otlior name is Jerusalem known"
    5 What do the words "Tel Aviv" mean? Who was its
    ; founder?
    6. What is the "Yaar Hakdoshim?"
    7. What was 1.1 chi? '
    5. What was Etzel?"
    9. What 1- meant by the policy of "open
    10. To which religious communit) ~'.o most Israeli Arabs
    t> long?
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    Ir'Iow. Kiirht tight answers will Indicate .1 good knowledge of
    Israel SI* questions answered correctij i passing. Cheek the
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    *Jenisti ncridfian
    Page 7-D

    Patted Cerebral Palsy of Miami
    will ail ts 197.5 Celcbiity Tele-
    thon fiom Miami Beach Audi-
    torium over UCIX TV, Chan. u.
    on Muith IT and It, aoeordins to
    l eca .- anton president of rep
    of Miami.
    Sol Ifttjper, executive assist-
    ant I rhe city rr.ana~er of Miami
    Beach, was recently nominate.!
    to the i.iant of directors of the
    l/niti i Cerebral Palsy ol Miami
    & Or
    The < ultural Arts Society of
    South llorlda. Inc.. was to pre-
    sent two films. "I Leonardo Da
    Vinci' and "Why do you smile,
    Mona Lisa?" on Feb. 8 at 8 p.m.
    at Washington Federal Audi-
    torium 633 NK 167th St.
    -fi fc
    Fine Art* ( ouncil of Florida
    Will meet on Feb. 22. at 9 p.m.
    at the Flamingo Residence Club
    in Miami Beach.
    A Salute to the Super Dolphins
    vill highlight this year's Archie
    Stone Foundation Dinner at the
    Miami Springs Villas, Feb. 12.
    "- Aside from an array .f show
    busim is persi nal ties most of
    the n mbers of the Dolphins
    6 ipei Bowl Team will be in
    attendance. Bob Griese, Nlrk
    ftnor ,i,,ii Larry i ,uiv Kurl
    Koonan, Mercury Morris. Dick
    Anue. Lai i y Sieple, Garo
    v :"'.....ian, M : 'in Briscoe, and
    many others will be there
    i
    All j to Vai "':
    1 and other ;
    i" "" nl il charities.
    Vv'iv. i| tiliuiil Dolphin loot- :
    bull i i\ers \ ill be featui I
    1H...I, |. in fa hjon .
    March 20 at the
    Pla.-li Pli to] Proceeds '
    1..... mow, -;
    "ore I by the j >steopathic
    Me li a 1 Auxiliary, will benefit the
    Da
  • Children and Osteopathic Re-
    search and Scholarships. Fash-
    Ions will li,- from Bai Harbour
    Shops and Mothers Beautiful.
    S( I RE, Service Corps of Re-
    tired Executives, is holding a
    one day conference on Tuesday.
    B:30 a m., at the Federal Bldg.,
    Boon. jos. under the jurisdiction
    of the Fedei il Government in
    conjunction with the Small
    Business Administration,
    An to' inaugurate"
    the distl icl office ol freshman
    Congressman William Lehman
    will tx h Id I to 5 p.m.,
    Saturda at the office in Suite
    ' the i a lill i Bldg., 1110
    NK 11 3 St., IS*. Miami Beach.
    Coi in Lehman will
    speak >t Floi I Memorial ('ol-
    lt go Pel 1 at 11 a.m.
    Fleeted Congressman of the
    l",th ('ongii s*fr>i il Distiicl of
    Dade Count; this fall, Mr. Leh-
    man has bee >me a member of
    the Labor and Education Com-
    mittee; and thi Posl < >fflce and
    Civil Service Committee,
    it
    The 0 >t nati i wide Radie-
    thon for the Leukemia Socletj
    .of America is slated for 8 p.m.
    on Saturday I 8 p.m. on Sun-
    day Local stations particii ating
    in tin 24-hour broadcast arc
    WGBS and WBUS.
    a
    "Mega\ Itan In Therapy Pro
    and Con." a i ntal
    lorun Sponsored by the M Health Vssn. of Dade County,
    is scheduled for Friday, Feb. if>.
    at noon in the Columbus Hoti '
    Speakers will be Dr. Moke
    William*, psychiatrist, and Dr.
    Richard Steinock. asslstai
    professor of psychiatry at tl
    University of Miami.
    ,V Miami Okaptef of National
    Asanriatltn of Acconntanta
    having a joint meeting with
    Financial Executives institute
    on Feb. '7>. at 6 p.m. cocktails,
    7 p.m. dinner at Royal Biscayne
    556 Ocean Dr., Key Biscayne.
    Morri* Brood, president Of
    American Savings and Loan
    ^Association ot Florida, has an-
    the following appoint-
    I nounced
    ments:
    William G. West, to assistant
    to th.' president; I'aid App|,.|,N,
    to anttftnt vice prejfttent ad-
    ministrative services; Lorraine
    Ladermao, to assistant vice
    president and manager of the
    Bays.de Branch Office, and
    Thomas Muir. to assistant vice
    president, personnel department
    it it
    Anthony and (ienevieve Ahra-
    , ham of Coral Gables will again
    co-chair tho St. #nde ( hildren's
    eaeansh Hospital Ball which
    V ill 1-e held March 10th in the
    Fontainebleau Hotel. It will be
    the 10th year for the affair
    ; which was attended last year by
    1.200 guests who contributed
    over $100,000 to the Memphis.
    Tenn., hospital which was found-
    ed by Danny Thomas, who will
    again head the show.
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    The Woman's Corps of the
    Papanlcolaou Cancer Hew-arch
    Institute an.! the American Can-
    rer Society have joineil forces
    for the Doral-Kastern Open to
    be held March 5 to 11. The
    tournament benefits the Amer-
    ican Cancer Society.
    il <;
    Kurt WfUleeh, attorney-at-
    law, has announced the move of
    his office to nil Almetia Ave.,
    Coral Gables.
    nie gardens of the Vizcaya
    Mus um will a ih e i
    with ballet when they present
    Bal el ( 'om nj ol the I 'ul-
    tural Ails Societ) of South
    Floiida, Inc., in its second an-
    nual performance at .". p.m. Sun-
    The official 1973 Inaugural
    M dal, morating the sec-
    ond inauguration of President
    Nivon and Vice President Agnew,
    is on display al the Silver Center
    in the lobbies Of The Miami
    Bench First National Bank and
    the Coral QaMea First National
    Bunli.
    ' i: H
    A workshop. "Black Kvperi-
    unean coordinated by Florida
    Memorial College Fine Arts De-
    paitment was held in the Fine
    Arts Building Jan. 29. Conducted
    under the auspices of Rosamma
    Nyberg of the Cultural and
    Educational Division of Model
    Cities, "Black Experience'' pre-
    sented a survey Ol creative ideas
    in music, drama, theater, poetrv
    and dance.
    The Florida Conference of
    Co mty Court Judges has se-
    lected Judge Arden M. Blegendorf
    ami as cochairman of the
    Conference's committee on crim-
    inal .i istice. 'ihe committee is
    charged with making recommen-
    datiors to the State Legislature
    pertaining to the Florida Crim-
    inal Code and court structure.
    tV /- *-
    Th.- Monthly Art Forum, spon-
    sored by the Miami Beach Art
    Club, will hear a talk by Lame
    Storm, University of Miami art
    instructor, on Friday, Feb. 9, at
    8 p.m. at Washington Federal,
    1234 Washington Ave. On Feb.
    13, at 7 p.m. in the Miami Beach
    Public Library, guest speaker
    will te Prof. Clayton Charles,
    head of the UM Art Department.
    Susmcn Professorships
    Lous Susman of Chicago and
    Miami has established The Louis
    Susman Visiting Professorships at
    Technion, I-'.ael Institute of Tech-
    nol< gy, v hich are conferred an-
    nually irpon American scientists of
    distinction. -\n ardent supporter of
    the Te- hnion. Mr. Susman also
    ":<< buted funds for constru 'tion
    "' the 1 i i:s and K >beci i Susman
    Students Dormitory al the Tech-
    nion cit; a i n is
    Woafctco Theatres
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    Friday, February 9, 1973
    January marked the first anniversary for Place for Steak
    end Harbor Lounge under ownership of Ed Zeller and
    Southern Caterers. The 79th St. spot was first opened by
    Herb and Art Login close to 20 years ago. Zeller, about to
    have a chunk of cake to celebrate the anniversary, reports
    the restaurant and lounge set an all-time record gross this
    year.
    Opera 'Carmen' Starts Feb. 10
    Carmen," Georges Bizet's col-l 'lay. Feb. 14. at Miami Bpach Aud-
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    esented by the Opera Guild <> 17 at Dade County Auditorium an
    r M ami for lour perform- \ ,.,_ ,.
    , ..' ,, '; i performance on Monday,
    . es !" g nnins Saturday, at Dade ,. ,
    ., \ .. 1-. at Dade County Auditor-
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    Mrs. David Rich is the 107,!
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    extravaganza will be presented
    again this year to benefit the
    American Cancer Society. Mrs.
    Rich, \vhoo father-in-law is presi-
    dent of the Dade Chapter. Amer-
    ican Cancer Society, assumes the
    orpanizing tasks for this show, a
    M-year-old classic in the South
    Florida area.
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    Mrs. Stuart Bernstein. Mm. Vic-
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    Mrs Jack Aaron.
    Committee members met with
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    morning over coffee to discuss
    fete details.
    The Miami Fete du Solei! show
    will be presented at Gusinan Hal
    The fashion show is scheduled fo
    Feb. 23 at 8 p.m.
    Annual awards night, held at Sky Lake Synagogue on Jan.
    28 honored (standing, left to right) Morris Sobel, named
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    Religious Service Award, and Mrs. Nathan Brender, "Wom-
    an of the Year." (Seated, left to right) Mrs. Sobel, Mrs.
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    were Morten Maisel, congregation president, Herman Ehrlich,
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    Announcing Senior Security

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    Our hostesses are waiting for
    you at Independence Hall's
    information office, conveniently
    located at 1639 N.E. 26th
    Street, Wilton Manors, Fort
    Lauderdale.
    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.
    ec/U
    nee
    a secure answer to independent living.
    1639 Northeast 26th Street
    Wilton Manors.
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33305
    Phone (305) 563-6237

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    Friday. February 9. 1973
    Miami Beach Singers To Celebrate 20th Year
    Tl Miami Beach Con-v.,nilv
    Singers, undo; the direction of
    lo*eph B. Mooney, will celebrate!
    their 20th anniversary on Th
    day, Fob. is. at s r.m.f at th?
    M ami Bearrh Auiitoriam.
    H'-ghlighting the performance
    v. be lyric coloratura soprano
    Rose Byrum. funnily with tho
    Metropolitan Opera comnany. Miss
    Byrum ha< also appeared with Ja-<
    Pet: c on Miami Beach, anl thi<
    ared with the Miami
    Oj ra Guild in the loadin; role In
    th! opera "Martha."
    The program will a\ the tenor Roh-rto Camunas, who
    baa appeared at the Radio City
    Music Hall and Carnririe Hall In
    New York; Igor R'nko. baritone,]
    and the Miami Bala aika Quartet,
    with Chaim Rose a< narrator, j
    Accompanists wiM be Helen Treit-
    man and Kay Scstok.
    Each year the Singers innate a'.
    tion of their proceeds to char-
    ity, and this year- CO !i :t is under
    the sponsorship of the Miiraehi
    Women's Organization of America.
    Tickets may be obtained by con-
    tacting Nathan Auerba.-h. or at'
    the Mizrachi office at 420 Lincoln
    IM
    Love Is Children a! Beth Am
    Luncheon Feb. 15th
    'Marigolds' Stars Shelley Winters
    The 1971 Pulitzer Prize winning Miss Winters can currently be
    play. "The Effect of Gamma Rays
    on .Man-in-the-Moon Marig
    y Paul Zinde] and starring two-
    time Academy Award winner Shel-
    !e> Winters, opened Tuesdav at
    the Coconut Grove Playhouse for "Cleopatra Jones."
    a two week engagement, playing ; Tickets are still available for
    'iro"f h S"ndav, Feb. IS. ",ost 'vrforr.wnees.
    cen on the screen in 'The Posei-
    !on Adventure," and after her
    'iigagement at the Coconut Grove
    Playhouse, will begin filming
    Beth Am Sisterhood members
    are Ijccomin? patrons and philan-
    thropists for the "L^ve is our
    Chttdnm R ^-lioal km V
    eon Thursday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m. at
    th( Marriott Hotel.
    Proceeds from the luncheon will
    be used to equip Temple Beth
    Am's new teen-age building.
    Coshairmen are Joan Hayet and
    Rusita Levy. During the gourmet
    luncheon, Ray Garcia will provide
    a musical background.
    A George IV-nard Shaw satire
    on marriage, 'Overruled." W ill be
    the Dramatic Art- Workshop The-
    ater. Mrs. Robert Arrutt will di-
    rect Hi* p'ay which j
    r, Jerrj S imrnei -.
    and Pat Sullivan
    lava !. nda
    Mary Nufl
    Assisting the cochairmen are
    Florence Birchansky. Gerri Leg >w,
    Doris Frank. Joan Silverman, San-
    tra SI ore, Ke\ Levy, Rose Pot-
    luck, Barbara W'einer, Adrianne
    Dar'ow, Joan Harris, San Q Simon,
    Judy Wexler, Barbara Sax, Rhoda
    Bernhe'jner, B in -h- M inn rs, Bev-
    erly Mark.*; Carafe Brooks, Selma
    Bii'jmga-d. Battle Kott. Ruth Ru-
    bin and S1,t' p-,..-.---
    Low rise
    With elevat
    - -
    4
    One-Bedroom Condominiums From $24,250
    What else do they have?
    Location. They're two minutes from Dadeland. one
    of the most beautiful and complete shopping centers
    in the South.
    Then there's our village itself. A place isolated from
    concrete and asphalt and noise. Within a bicycle ride
    of churches, schools and hospitals.
    The whole community is secluded. All the streets
    lighted and patrolled for your safety.
    What's more, we have a sprawling green park. Bicycle
    trails. Swimming pools. Picnic and barbecue in
    Tennis. Volleyball and handball courts. And tlien's
    a beautiful community center. With game rooms.
    Meeting rooms. Billiard tables. And we have a vill
    square with little shops only a block from your door.
    Our low rise one-bedroom condominiums are right in
    the center of the village. Outside, they're surrounded
    by lawns and shady walks. And parking areas that are
    so heavily landscaped they almost disappear.
    Inside, each apartment has wall-to-wall carpeting A
    kitchen complete with range, refrigerator, disposal and
    dishwasher. A ceramic tile bath. And of course in
    elevator only steps from your door.
    What else can you ask? Exterior maintenance and land-
    scaping.' We take care of everything.
    We even take care of your closing cost, when you pay
    20% or more down. We'll close on that happy note.
    Come out today. Our sales office is open 10 a.m. to
    b p.m. weekdays; 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
    yd Kings Creek Village
    A Babcock Community.
    Across the Palmetto Expressway from Dadeland. 8333 S.W. 81st Avenue, Miami, Florida 33143, (305) 279-0404.
    r"
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    The Seal ol Quality
    A Wr)rrhaeiMiT Company


    Friday. February 9, 1973
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    yours,
    PP

    Many of you have been asking
    a!u>ut the fashion trends for
    Spring. This photo was sent by
    trw Eleanor Lambert fashion of-
    fice in New York and I believe it
    i i arty shows many trends. It's
    an a'! wool knit costume with a
    bed matching sweater and car-
    digan in .1 color called "Zinc Blue'*
    over a white skirt with front ploat.
    1 < ensemble is by Kimberly.
    Now for the trends sepa-
    rate*, and the layered look .
    but now the look has shod it's
    bulk. Matching sweater sets will
    be a must for spring Note that
    h( ts havi remained, but they've
    shrunk in size now it's the
    lean, narrow shape. Skirts are
    -1 n and it takes a slim fi^- .
    ure to w ar th m. If you're still
    ca rying around winter's extra
    r fat the A-line skirt is
    for you.
    The shoes
    li retu It! !.'.
    ! .-> k in The 1
    I ,j p 1 js Jl|
    is W'.i'k'n
    | ... -i. ... ,.,.:
    " sari
    ,.,,-.;. ease. 1
    * mber "od grooming demands
    that hose be worn.
    Gioves arc being worn in most
    osmopolitan cities. As usual .
    .' In Miami are always a season
    lehind in dress and accessories.
    "he long necklare is Important
    rhi long necklace is important
    o this fashion look as well as
    '" marl yet understated brace-
    et Gone for a while is the chunky.
    funky look.
    Another question asked by many
    concerns itself with pants. What
    place should they now have in
    in: wardrobe' They >til! belong,
    but th-' emphasis has shifted to a
    sportswear look with dresses tak-
    ing over for afternoon and eve-
    ning. The pietty, feminine dress i
    on it's wav back ... a ni < on
    trast to th tailored pants .
    in the Ion : skirts are st II I
    > : i"ii"".
    Film Prcvitw
    Will Benefit
    Asthmatic Tots
    The Asthmat^ Children's Foun-
    dation of Florida has set a s;x' :lal
    1 ancs prevuf of the film. The
    ' i'e and Times of Judge Roy
    Rean." starring Paul Newman, for
    1 benefit, The showing will be on
    Thup las avenlng. Feb. 15, at Wo-
    metco's Carlylc Theatre, on 71st
    -;'.. Miami Beach at 8:15 p.m
    Tickets mav he purchased from
    members of the Asthmatic Cm!
    dren's Foundation.
    "The Life and Times of Judgi
    toy Bran" was produced and di-
    rected bv John Huston, and fea-
    tures Victoria Principal, Sta j
    '{each, John Huston in a cameo
    role, and the return to the screei
    of Ava Gardner in the role <:'
    "Lily I.an 'Ii>.'
    The regu'ar 1 ngagi ment of the
    film will start Friday. Feb. 23, a'
    Wometco's Miracle, 163rd St Bj
    ion. Palm Springs, Ptaza-HolL
    nood, Gatewaj and Davie B'vd
    drive-in (Ft. Lauderdale 1 The-
    atres,

    mm z-m;
    Single Parents I'arty
    Single Parents of Miami Beach
    ill have a cocktail partv Fi Ida;
    eh. IK. in the Carillon Hotel at
    ;30 p.m. All singles from 25 to 4S I
    '1 'nvited
    The Flagship of the 1973 Miami International Boat Shew
    Feb. 23-28 at the Miami Beach Convention Hall is this 57 ft.
    Cruis-Ader from Carri-Craft, Inc. of Berlin, Wis. Officials of
    the boat show have announced that a free park-ride servics
    will be implemented for the mammoth nautical exhibition.
    Buses will leave every 15 or 20 minutes from Midway Mail
    (Flagler and the Palmetto Expressway) and Classic Hou59
    (1313 NW 167th St.) The buses will leave the convention
    hell en the same schedule. The buses will be operating en
    Feb. 23. from 6 p.m. to midnight; and Feb. 24 and 25 from
    noon to midnight.
    Samuel Abrams Here To Review His Book
    Samuel Abraham. Brooklyn law- Greater Miami Mr. Abrahan
    yer author and communal leader k; will be The Family in Am.
    .\i.1 discuss h:s book. "Law in Fam- .. r. ... ,
    ... ... ,, ., ano Jewish Law. On iVedni "
    iv Conflict, on Miami Beach on
    ... ,. a: 2 p.m, at the Mian 1 .
    two 0 lasions t'i m mth.
    On Sal irdaj at 10 a.m.. the talk 1>ul'h'- Library, his subject
    *' '- v..... '.......' "An An'hor Looks at hi B
    An easy to wear all wool knit
    costume for spring by Kimberly.
    White skirt with front pleat may
    be topped wi.h matching
    sweater ensemble in "Zinc
    blue" raspberry, tomato or san-
    dal. Pearls by Kenneth Lane
    for Marvella and shoes by
    David F.vins. Ensemble may be
    found locally at Burdines. Jor-
    dan Marsh, Martha. Sandra
    Post and Lillie Rubin.
    PRE-CONSTRUCTION PRICES!
    VILLAGE
    ADULT CONDOMINIUMS
    0VER-L00KS8G BEAUTIFUL SABAL PALM
    GOLF 6c COUNTRY CLUB
    From817,990
    SABAL PALM Condominiums are for adults-who desire a better way
    of life in a country club setting. Minutes away from the ocecn beaches,
    shoDping centers, medical centers, general hospital, houses of worship
    ana downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Everything you've ever looked for is here
    at Sabal Palm Condominiums. Whether your fancy turns to golf, swim-
    . ming, and invigorating workout in the exercise room in your Clubhouse,
    arts and crafts, billards, shuffleboard, a friendly game of cards, or a lei-
    surely stroll, it's all here for you to enjoy.
    COME OUT AND COMPARE
    MODELS OPEN DAILY FROM 10 A.M.
    6180 ROCK ISLAND ROAD, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33313
    SABAL PALM VILLAGE
    PHONE (305) 721-6210
    ANOTHER TOTALLY
    PLANNED ADULT
    COMMUNITY BY THE
    JUSTUS COMPANY
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    Friday, February 9, 1973
    meichels
    bv NORMA BARACB
    -.
    .
    I could all th ; ill-- "Disappearing Cake" since ii Is a fav-
    orite of my own chi! Iren so much so that it seems to disappear
    before my eyes when I make it. It is a rich, flavorful cake that
    should prove to be a hit in your home, too.
    sol K CRKAM CHOCOLATE CAKE
    3 envelopes melted chocolate 1 t*p. baking soda
    2 cups flour
    >4 tap. salt
    m tsp. vanilla
    1 stick margarine
    1\ cups sugar
    1 cup sour cream
    3 eggs
    Cream sugar and margarine. Add eggs and mix well. Mix
    dry ingredients together and add alternately with the sour
    c i am and melted chocolate to creamed mixture. Adi vanilla.
    Bake in 9x 12-inch pan. L'O minutes at 325 decrees. Then con
    tinue baking for another 15 minutes at 350. Ice if desired.
    Volunteers To Be Feted
    On Friday Bv Mount Sinai
    Mount Sinai Medi al Center's
    I ol ti st< es honor the
    453 Auxiliary in-service volunti ei -
    lor totali '' !''' i"1 :' -
    1972, at Friday's volunteer ree-
    Irion day at. the Eden Roc
    I.
    S nee it.- Inception In 1949. the
    Auxiliary's in-service volunti
    bei n a vital rev
    i nen and worn -n. They have
    played n< ntal roles in as-
    sisting m dical staff, comfortin
    pati i t- an i visitors, an '. raising
    for new e iuipment, scholar-
    ius other Auxil
    iary projects,
    Hi hlii hts of Friday's affair will
    t presentatioi if s
    tificates and awards of apprecia-
    tion to auxi'iary volunteers.
    Art Expo, Auction For Autistic Tots
    Th-- Mia So ety ( Autistic
    Children la sponsoring an "Art
    . -.' o S mdaj at
    s ist Tov
    ; isi | iyh --.
    The show und r t!i! sup
    if the Nal onal Art Auction Gal
    j ; in ludc works I Soya
    an I R noir.
    a,'::-m m i- free n freshments
    ......'vei ind thei ill be a
    the sh iw at 7:30 p.m.
    32nd 2^fnnual x^Jriqinal
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    ANTIQUES SHOW
    FEBRUARY 8-9-10-11
    Bavfront Auditorium. 5th St. at Biscayne Blvd.
    ALL EXHIBITS FOR SALE
    Admission 81.50 Hours 1:00 to 11:00 P.M.
    All Merchandise Shown For The First Time
    HARDER HALL
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    On beautiful Rex Beach Lake In the rolling lake-rldge
    country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
    camp program at Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
    Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
    and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
    Water skiing SaMmg Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
    Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
    Camp Directors: Victor E. Jacobson, Abe Rifkin & Tony Anthony
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    Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
    HARDER HALL IS A GREAT PLACE
    For A Golf Vacation RIGHT NOW
    The Rates Are Reasonable
    The Course Is Never Crowded
    Call Collect For Reservations
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    MOB B Lgn!
    'toward J. Hirschfield, a char-
    :ered life underwriter affiliated
    with Bernard Litman and Asso-
    ciates, has again been named I
    to the President's Club of Mass-1
    nchusetts Mutual Life Insur-
    ance, Co., one of the compa-
    nies with which he does busi- j
    ness. A prerequisite for mem-
    bership in the club is the plac-1
    ing in excess of SI million of j
    ordinary life insurance for the
    'ear.
    Program Features Film
    Gift of Life Chapter of CARIH,
    will hold Its next meeting Tu
    day. at Dade Federal, Kendall Di
    at US 1. at x p.m. The program I
    will include a fil-n about the
    CARTH home In Denver. '
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    UGAl NOTKE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    In the circuit court of the
    'eleventh judicial circuit
    of florida. in and for
    dade county.
    j IN PROBATE
    f PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 72-1707
    FRANK B. DOWLINQ
    (Formerly County Judge'! Court)
    RE Estate of
    )ITH P. DOMOBH
    Deceased.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    fHE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEKKHY .IIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    el PEDIATRIC PROFB88IONAL AS-
    SOCIATES at 7ftni Galloway Road,
    Miami. Fla, Intends to register Mid
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Hade County, Florida,
    DRS. ST EMEU MAN. BROWN AND
    _ I-AZARI'S
    PROFBSSIt i\AI, ASSOCIATION
    SPARRER. ZBMEL. ROSKIN &
    UGAl NOTKE
    IN HEM HRO>e\EI{ I' A
    HE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT. Attorneys for apnllre.nl
    You are hereby notified that a writ- lfw x. Hisraync Boulevard
    n instrument purporting to be the Miami. Fla.
    1st will and testament of said de-
    edent has been admitted to probate
    said Court. You are hereby com-
    manded within six calendar months
    fom the date oi the first publication
    this nottct to appear in said Courl
    i v cause, if any you can. why
    If ai 'ion of said Court In admitting
    did will t" probate should not -land
    revoked.
    CRANK I! DOWLING
    CIRCUIT COURT JUDOE
    By MELBA c HK'K
    Clerk
    arher. zemel. roskin and
    Ieilbronner p a
    |f irneya For Executor
    N Blacaj ni Bouli vard
    jam). Florida 53132
    f v mi' i atlon of this no! i e on
    k. day of Fel ruai j. 197.1
    8 J-9-16-23
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 73-2071
    NERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    THE .MATTHI! i IF
    option of minor < hlld
    stepfather:
    RNARD EDWARD OLIVERI.
    Petit "in i
    C' .TIMMV LEE DAVIDSON
    Ri -id. Cnknown
    Address Unknown
    Tit ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    fa' an action for adoption has been
    ed against you In the above-atyled
    urt. and that you are reaulred to
    a co|i> of your answer or plcad-
    if anv. to It on the Petitioner's
    ortiey. ROBERT H. BERN'S. ES-
    II'.E. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
    oh. Florida and file the original
    th the clerk of the shove-styled
    urt on or before the 7 day of March,
    73: otherwise a Judgment may be
    tered ncainM you for the relief de-
    nded In the complaint.
    WITNESS, my hnnd and seal of
    Id Court on January 26. 197".
    RICHARD P. BRISKER
    Clerk. Circuit Court.
    Dade County, Florida
    By: L. 8NEEDEN
    Deputy Clerk
    ircuit Court Seal) ____
    HKItT H HE HNS. ESQUIRE
    Lincoln Rd. Suite 450
    mi Beach. Florida
    one: .138-4421
    orney for Petitioner 2, 9l6.:2
    2 2-9-16-23
    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. 73-1058
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    The marriage of
    BUQENE REYNOLDS, husband
    HAN \ REYNl '1 DS, wife
    Tl EUGENE REYNl >LDS
    Resldt nee unknou n
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed aa*alnsl you and
    you are retiulred to serve :i cops of
    your written deft ns< -. If any, to it
    on ARTHUR II I.IPSON, ESQ
    torney for Petitioner, whose address
    Is 19*0 s.. Oceni D ve, Hallandnle,
    Florldu -'. .mil file the original
    with the clerk of the above styled
    rourl on or before February 28, 1973:
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded
    In the i omplainl or- petition
    This iintice shall be published once
    each week for f -lie consecutive weeki
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said courl at Miami, Florida on this
    24 day of January. 1973
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    I i.ole County, Florida
    By I. BNEEDEN
    As Deputy < Merit
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    I L'-9-lt;-23
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-439
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    MAX CYFBN
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Halms or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and dwsjands
    which" you may have against the es-
    tate of max CYPBN deceased late of
    Dade County, Florida to the Circuit
    .Unites of Dade County, and file the
    same in duplicate and as provided 11;
    Section 783 16, Florida Statutes, in
    their offices in the County Courthouse
    in Hade County, Florida, within six
    calendar months from the time of the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    will be harred.
    Dated al Miami, Florida, I
    day of Jan.. A D 1073
    IRVING CYPEN
    As Executor
    First publication of this no) e on
    the 26 day of Jan.. 197
    Felix. Knlskern, Neuman & Reel
    By: Lloyd l: Ret -
    Attorney (" Executor
    3o0 Concord Building, Miami, Fla
    I 26 2 L'-'.'-lG
    LEGAL NOTKE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In husiiiess under the fictitious name
    of THE LEO J OOIJ)MAN GRAPHIC
    ARTS STEDIO at 6110 S.W. 49th
    Street. Miami. Fla. Intends to regis-
    ter said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    DANIEL JAY GOLDMAN
    l l' 2/2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    I PROBATE DIVISION IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-391
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate nf
    SAMUEL HOCHBERG
    1......ased.
    1'.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Said
    | Estate:
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-317
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    6RE Estate if
    CHAEL-ANN KAMINER
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    tag- Claims or Demands Against Said
    To'u'sre hereby notified and re-
    mlred to present any claims and Oe-
    natxi which V"U may have against
    the estate of MICHAEL-ANN KAM-
    fKER. Deceased late of Dade County.
    Florida to the Circuit Judges of Dade
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided In Section ." W.
    Florida Statutes. In their offices in
    the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
    ty Florida, within six calendar months
    from the time of the first Publication
    Etreof. or the same w 11 be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2t>th
    ay of January. AD. (MS.
    ^ MURIEL I. RUSSELL
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on
    ke 2nd day of February. 1973
    Ron. HAYS URENDWERG
    ttornevs for Administratrix
    Ainsley Building ,/>.,.1.M
    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 GROSSMAN
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons- Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of MAE GROSSMAN, De-
    ceased, late of Dade County. Florida
    to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided In Section 733.16. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
    Ida. within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2j
    day of January. AD l7S.
    CECILIA WITKIN
    As Executrix
    First publication Ol this notice on
    the 2nd day of Fehruary. 1973.
    LAPIDUS & HOLLANDER
    Attorney for
    Cecilia Wltkln k a Coll witkind
    16740 N.E. 9th Avenue
    North Miami Beach, Florida
    i 2-9-16-21
    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 of
    HANNAH TODD Cul.E.MAN
    deccas, d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estati :
    You are hereby notified and reaulred
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against thi
    late of HANNAH TODD COLEMAN
    ed late "f Dade County, Florida,
    to the Circuit Judges of Dad. County,
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    ph.vide.1 in Section 733.16, Florida
    statutes, in their offices In the Count}
    Courthouse In 1 H lie I uni y Flni Ida.
    within si\ calendar mi ih from the
    time of the first oublh ition
    or the same ill in- bat red
    Filed at Miami. Florida, tl Is 19 day
    of January, A D 1973
    ' lenle i l i
    As Administrator
    Flrsl inil'lie.itii.ii ,, -i nntlci
    ilv. 26 Isc i Jnnuar; ,19"
    :x & ESSEN
    Attorm v s for \ Imlnl Ir I r
    1208 Alnsles BIdg., M.....'' i
    : 26 2-9 l
    UGAL NOTICE
    IN
    THE CIRCUIT COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA "
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 72-4221
    In RE: Estate of
    CHESTER A. NOLAN.
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO ALE PERSONS INTERESTED FNT
    THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
    You are hereby notified that a writ-
    ten Instrument purporting to he the
    last will and testament of said ri-
    cedenl lias been admitted to prohate
    in said Court. You are hereby com-
    manded within six calendar mot l l
    from the date of the first publication
    of this notice to appear in said C"urt
    and show cause, if any you can. why
    the action of said Court in admitting
    said will to probate should not stanj
    tinievoked.
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    Judge '
    llv MELBA c DICK ____
    Denuty Clerk __t
    KERT WELLI8CH
    Attorney
    Iff! \ie. i :.i Avenue
    Coral Gables, Florida 33134
    First publication of tbla notice
    the 19 day of January. 197:<
    1 '19-21. 2 2-9
    "1
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    you are hereby notified and required ..,,-.... .SWfnkuv'rt\r\ thai
    to present an] claim emand> NOTICE IS HKREin .i\ i.n tl
    which you may hav.. against the es-i the undersigned, desl..... to engage in
    tate of SAMUEL HOCHBERG de- business under the flctltiou;
    cased late of Dade County, Florida. Ar camd.m d/b/a .M \\ A--
    to the Circuit Court, Probate Division Md at P O, Box 339H Norland !'
    of Dade County, and file the same In Miami Fla 33169 Intends to
    duplicate and as provided in Section said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dale C
    .33.10. Florida Statutes, in their of-
    fices in the County Courthouse in Dad.
    County Florida, within six calendar
    months from the time of the first puh-
    llcation hereof, or the same will be
    harred
    Dated at Miami, Florida,
    day of January, A D. 197:!.
    I.EEC lloCHIIERG
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice
    the 26 day of January. 1971
    BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
    By Harvey Haxter
    Attorneys for Administratrix
    1873 NE 163rd Street
    North Miami Beach. Florida
    1/36 2/2-9-16
    luntv. 1-" irida
    l 26 -' 2-9-16
    this 23
    on
    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. 73-2533
    ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    EC HE: The Marriage of
    REIN A EDO VERGES,.
    Husband,
    and
    TERESA VERGES.
    Wife
    ffO: TERESA VERGES
    M North 6th Avenue
    Maywood. Chicago, Illinois
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that a petition for Dissolution of your
    Marriage has been filed and corn-
    men.....1 in this court and you are re-
    Quired to serve a copy of your Writ-
    ton defenses, if any. to It Oil HAROLD
    CEASE ESQ.. attorney for Petit oner,
    ^ose address Is 2720 West Flagler
    f
    for in the complaint or Petition
    This notice shall be published once
    ach week for four OonjOCUUVO weeks
    In THE JEWISH FI-ORID1AN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of saTd coSr. at Miami Florida on
    this 1 day of Wr>J v3cFr
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By C. P COPEI-AND
    As Deputy Clerk
    !Circuit Court Seal)__
    IAROIJ) CEASE. ESQ
    t720 West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33135
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 73-486
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    HEN H. HARVEY
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    tiulred to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of HEN H. HARVEY de-
    ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
    to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided in Section 733 16. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this
    day of January. AD. 1973.
    Ixiuis H. Harvey
    Michael Harvey
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice o
    the 2nd day of February. 1973.
    CYPEN & NEV1NS
    Attorney for Estate of
    HEN H HARVEY'
    335 Arthur Godfrey Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33140
    . -y- lt--J
    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. 73-108S
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    The marriage of
    JOHN U GILL, husband
    and
    MADELEINE OlI.E wife
    TO: JOHN G. GILL
    7 South School Street
    San Joaouln. Lodi
    California
    TO!" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has heen filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses. If any. to ft
    on ARTHUR H LIPSON. ESQ at-
    torney for Petitioner, whose addresa
    is 19S0 So. Ocean Drive. Hallandale,
    Florida 33"". and file the original
    with the clerk of the above styled
    court on or before February 21. 1973:
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weens
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of said court at Miami. Florida on
    this 16th day of January. 1973
    RICHARD P. BRINKER.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By U BNEEDEN
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ARTHUR H LIPSON
    Attorney for Petitioner
    1/19-26 2/2-9
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to e ige
    business under the fictitious name of
    REGGAE RECORDS at 6393 Collins
    Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida intends
    to register said name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County. AUomey for Administrator
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DAnE COUNTY. Fl ORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 73-63
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    in RE: Estate of ...
    PATRICl RENEE SHACKEL1 >.
    1"
    To All ''" illtors and All Persoi H v-
    i or i maud" tgi I
    ' you hen by notified and eoulred
    : to on -it an: i ,s
    which you mav I ; ;-
    of PATRICIA RENEE RH \< k-
    BLF< MM '. de, as< 1 lati ol I lade I i u:i-
    v Florldu to the On ull 'wi t
    Dad, i "ounty. ai fl file the same In
    I duplicate and as provided In section
    ;::: 16 Plorldn Statutes, in theit
    ,,, ,, the Ci unty Courtl ouse In
    Dade County, Florida, within six ..-
    endar months from the tlm.....
    ' first publication hereof, or the same
    will be haired .
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
    day of Januan A D 1973
    WILLIE BHACKELFORD
    As Administrator
    Filed at Miami. Floridi. this 16
    day of January, a D 1973.
    M JAY BENNETT
    Florida
    ALSTON BAIR ENTERPRISES. INC,
    By: Alston Hair
    President
    SHIRLEY WOOLF
    Attorney for
    420 Lincoln Road. Room '-'11
    Miami Beach. Florida 331 :t!>
    1 26 2'2-9-16
    117", N E 125th Street
    North Miami. Florida KIN .,
    --!
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    RF.ItAC REALTORS at E.K. N.W 7th
    Street Miami. Fla. intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
    REAL ESTATE RESEARCH &
    APPRAISAL CORP.
    by: Edward M. Waronker. pres.
    1 M 2 2-9-16
    t:
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1345
    GENERAL JURIDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    The Marriage of
    BERNHARD KCHREIBER. husband
    and
    LESLEY SCHREIBER. wife.
    TO: BERNHARD SCHREIBER
    16. D. Hardwood Acres
    Mansfield City Road
    Storrs. Connecticut _
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has heen filed against you and
    vou are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to it on
    ARTHI'R H LIPSON ESQ.. attor-
    ney for Petitioner, whose address is
    1980 So. Ocean Drive. Suite IBP.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    N NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    Lillian goodman
    Deceased
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate: ...
    You are hereby notified and re-
    ouired to present any claims and de.
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of LILLIAN GOODMAN
    deceased late of Dade County, Florida.
    t., the Circuit Judges of Dade I oantjr,
    Florida, and file the same In dupli-
    cate and as provided in Se. lion i < I*.
    Fl-rida Statutes in tlo-n offli ;- In
    the County courthouse in Dade coun-
    ty, Florida. within six calendar
    months from the time of the nral
    publication hereof, or the MSM i
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS day
    of January. AD I9J3.
    ESTHER GOODMAN
    As Executrix.
    First publication of this notice on
    the -i.th day of January. 1973.
    CYPEN & NEVINS
    K( Cllian GOODMAN
    ST, Arthur Godfrey Road
    Miami Beach. Florida
    1'26 2/2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    GENERAL J^rHSDtcV.'oN DIVISION
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    IN RE: MARRIAGE OF
    Hailandale. Florida 33009. and file the; BREN
    DON/
    Attorney foe Petitioner
    2/9-16-23 3/2
    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's Court
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    IN RE: Estate of
    JULIA C. SHEA
    Deceased. ..
    NOTICE Is hereby given that T have
    filed my Final Report and Petition
    for Distribution and Final Discharge
    as Executrix of the estate of JI I.TA
    C SHEA, deceased: and that on tne
    f day of March. 1973. will apply to
    the Honorable Circuit Court Judge of
    Dade County. Florida, for approval of
    said Final Report and for distribution
    and final discharge as Executrix of
    the estate of the above-named deced-
    ent. This 26 day of January. 1973.
    RI'TH LINDSAY. Executrix
    BERNARD A. WIEDER
    Attorney
    407 IJncoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    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. 73-1542
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
    KTEPHAN OYIMOTI.
    Petitioner.
    CHARLBNE GYIMOTI.
    Respondent.
    TO: CHARLENE GYIMOTI
    911 McLean Avenue
    Yonkers. N.Y.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to it on
    Abe Koss. attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address is 101 NW 12th Avenue.
    Miami. Florida, and file the original
    with the clerk of the above styled
    court on or before Fehruary 28. 1973:
    otherwise a default will he entered
    against you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall he published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FIX1RIDIAN.
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this
    22 day of January. 1973.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER.
    As Clerk Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    Bv C. P. COPEI-AND
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    STONE A SOSTCHIN
    Attorneys of Petitioner
    101 N.W. 12th Avenue
    Abe Koss
    Attorney for Petitioner ^ ,/j.a.j,
    original with the clerk of the above
    stvled court on or before February
    J8. 1973; otherwise a default will he
    entered against 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 FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal
    of said Court at Miami. Florida on
    this lHth day of January. 1973
    RICHARD P. BRINKER,
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade Countv. Florida
    Bv L. BNEEDEN
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal!
    ARTHI'R H LIPSON
    Attorney for Petitioner
    ENDA A Ml'SICK. wife and
    NALD WAYNE Ml'SICK husband.
    DONALD WAYNE Ml'SICK
    ,. o H. MUBICK
    Rte No. 1. Box 4A
    Carrollton. Virginia ,-_
    yor ARE HEREBt NOTJF BSD
    Petition for Dissolution ol M.n-
    been filed against you and
    that
    riag
    has
    copy of
    vou are required to serve ..
    your answer or pleading on ALVTN
    a PAWN ESQ. mil Bltcayno Tower
    BundingN Miami. Florida MIS*. At-
    tornev for Petitioner, and Hie the
    OrirfnalWlth -he Clerk of the Circui
    Court on or before the 1. la > oi
    March. 1973. otherwise a default will
    1 *6 2 2-9-m
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-5580
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    LAZARUS W POLLACK
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate: .
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which vou may have against the es-
    tate Of" LAZARUS W. POI.l-ACK de-
    ceased late of Dade County. Honda,
    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 the Coun-
    tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1
    day of November. AD. 1972
    SAM POLI.ACK
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the 26 day of January'. 1973.
    ARONOVITZ. SILVER A BOOTH
    Attorneys for Executor
    908 Ainsley Building. Miami. Fla.
    1/26 2/2-9-16
    of
    be entered against vou
    DATED this t9 da>
    1973 RICHARD P. BRINKER.
    Clerk. Circuit.Court
    iu- i P COPELAND
    I.KITTY CLERK
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ill
    January,,
    f/2-9-16-23
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    Page 14-D
    JmM Fkrktetr
    Friday, Februoay 9. 1973
    UGAL NOTKI
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    NO. 72-23780
    GENERAL. JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    PRi;DDIE l.EF. DAVIS.
    Husband
    and "i '"'
    JENNIE MAY DAVIS.
    Wife.
    TO: JENNIE MAY DAVIS
    Residence rnknown
    TOU ARK HKREltY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mr-
    Haxe has been filed awm-i you and
    vi41 are required to serve a COM Of
    vour written defenses, if any. to It on
    WILLIAM shapiro. attorney hir Pe-
    er whose address is 361 VE .sin
    Si Miami, Florida MUX and file the
    ortffinal with the t'lerk of the above
    tvled court on or before March I,
    l!.;:; otherwise a default will be en-
    1.1..I against you for the relief de-
    manded in the comptatni or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four onsecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH Fl.oKIDIAN
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal or
    ..,..1 court at Miami. Florida on this
    tOdl day of January. ]".__
    RICHARD P HRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit court
    Dade Countv. Florida
    Bv L SNEEDE.N
    As Denutv i lerk
    II uil Court Sal>
    WILLIAM SHAPIRO
    IN E. 79th Street
    M ami. Florida Mill
    Attorney for Petitioner |/t...t<.M
    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. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-217*
    IN RE Batata of
    METER PRANK
    Peoea sell
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE is herebv Riven that I have'
    i led mv Final Report and Petition
    fot Distribution and Final Discharge
    *~ 'Ixecutor of the estate ol MbiER.
    FIUNK i!...ase,l: and that on the;
    1 at day of March. I97J. will apply to
    the Honorable County Judge* of Dade mantled
    . ountv, Florida for approval of raid
    Filial Report and for distribution ami
    I ,li-.harge as Executor of the
    estate of the above-named decedent.
    Tin- :;ist day of Januno. 197S.
    DAVID .1 FRANK
    PRED NEWMAN
    BY STANLEY M IM'.Ki-
    lit, irney
    8T \M -EY M PRED
    n Dade Federal Bttlldlnr
    Miami. Florid.. SS1S1 -- :;"-f .....
    LEGAL NOTICE
    "iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 73-70*
    NOTICE
    IN RE: PETITION OF
    ALEXANDER CONTE.
    TO: JA.ME8 H SPEARS
    r.'o Shertks
    475 Plymouth Drive
    Lexington. Kentucky tCir.OJ
    You are notified that the a hove
    ilined Petitioner. Al ENANPKi:
    itiXTE has filed a Petition in fire
    above-ntyled Court for the adoption
    of the minor child named In that Peti-
    lion and you are commanded to serve
    i Copy of vour written defens, s. if
    iliv, on I. Eric I.eef. Eso t'.'t I.in-
    ln Road. Miami Beach. Florida
    tSlo9. Petitioner's Attorney, on or be-
    fore the 20 day of February. 1073. and
    file the original with the Clerk n'
    this Court, either before service ot.
    Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately
    thereafter: otherwise a default ma'
    he entered against vou. for the relief
    demanded in the Petition.
    WITNESS m> hand and the seal or
    he Court kt Miami. Florida, this 1'
    day of .'anuarv, 197-
    RICHARD P DRINKER.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By I.. SNEEDEN
    Denuty Clerk
    tCln llil Court Seal)
    1/19-18 !'!
    IEGAI NOTKt
    LEGAL NOTKt
    LEGAL NOTKI
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISO'CTION DIVISION
    NO. 73-2405
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    iv RE Tl Mart re ol
    ,]. iN \T!I IN Will IAMS.
    .:., ri nil DIANE
    \\ 11.1 V.MS W
    To DIANE WII.I.IAMa
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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:
    MAHRIAOE OF:
    HAYSI YOLANDA CAI.DERoN.
    and
    PEDRI' CA1.DERON
    pi: PEDRO CAI.DERON
    r.i: Cort Creen Place
    Brooklvn. New York
    TOr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    hat an action for Dlaaolution of Mar-
    ine.' has been filed against vou nnd
    \'OU are reouired to serve a copy of
    vour Written defenses, if any. to it
    on MAX P ENtJEL. attorney for Pe-
    titioner, whose address is 14ll N.W.
    '7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file
    he origins! with the cleric of the
    above styled court on or before Feb.
    SI 197.1: otherwise a default will be
    mere.i against you for the relief de-
    tal the onmnlalnt or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    n THE JEWISH Fl-oRIDTAN
    witness mv hand and seal of
    - till court at Mi-'mi. Florida on this
    id day of Jan 1*73.
    RICHARD P DRINKER.
    V- ( lerk. Circuit Court
    1 lade CoUOty. Florida
    Bv B .1 POT
    As Deputy Clerk
    iCircuit Court Seal)
    MAX P ENOEL
    1461 X W 17th Avenue
    Miami. Florida
    attorney for Petitioner
    i 'i9-:s ; ;->
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AMD FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    IN PROBATE
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No 73-111
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE I
    I HANOI 'SI" IRF
    I
    V||i VHP
    ...
    \ u 11 h er.-l> t not I fled
    UHed 1i
    lull I
    ; RAM11I P
    i 'Tt.- of Dflde untv
    u Jui
    "oUtltl 11111 t|l-
    provided In Si
    1 I", i Stutuli I
    i' in 11 !!-. li i i.i.i. i 'oun-
    l' ; ii i\ alendar n
    ''m the in-- of 'l. first nuhllcntion
    lie name v. ill he ham !
    Da M Ml no Florida, this 11 day
    f January. A D 1973
    HARRY HANOI! .snORF
    As Executor
    Flral Dubllci.....n ( thi notice or
    he 19 day of January. 1973
    4PARREH 7.F.MK!.. ROSK1N AND
    'Ell BRONNF.R P A
    Vttorneya for Executor
    i .ui n Blscavne Boulevard
    1; no.. Florl.la 33133
    1 '19.(8 3 3-fi
    nuTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    ill business under the fictitious name
    of SUNSHINE MOWER SERVICE at
    I'll Ilex 3U13. Florida City. Fla in-
    tends to register said name with the
    i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    CLIFFORD RISS
    1.19-26 2/2-9
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    RISS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
    at P.O. Box 3163. Florida City. Fla
    Intendl to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Florida.
    CLIFFORD RCSS
    1/19-26 /-
    I
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY II1VEK that
    the undersigned, deetrln* to engage
    in businesn under th* firtittoua name
    Of S & O Scrvii-vH -nt IKS N. PUuta.
    Suite 1314. Miami. Flu. intend to reg-
    ister said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
    ida.
    Joseph R. Somoaa and
    Mar... Oranda
    Leonard J Kallah
    Vtiornev for applicant
    It "i duPont Bid*.
    Miami. Fla.
    1 19-26 2 2-9
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DAOE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-2261
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    JOSEPH l:.\SCH. Petitioner.
    . a,lld i .
    IKTtv RASCH. Respondent.
    TO: HETTY RASCH
    IflO t'oncourse Village Weal
    Bronx New York
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    ihat an action for Dlaaolution of Slat
    e|a*e has been filed aeaint you nndi
    vou are reouired to serve a copy of
    vour written defenses, if any. to it on 1
    SHIRLEY WOOI.F. attorney for Pe-
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2618
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    ERNESTO PCERTO
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ig Claim* or Demands Against Bald
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    n.irids which vou mav have against
    the estate of ERNESTO Pl'ERTo de-
    ceaaed late of Dade County. Florida.
    10 the County Judges of Dade Countv.
    ml file the same in dunlu-ate and aa
    provided in Section "33 16. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the County
    'out ilmuse In Dade County. Florida.
    R/ithin six calendar months from the
    time "f the first publication hereof,
    or the same will lie barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this H
    'lav of Dec A D. MrM
    l.l'ISA Pt'ERTO
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the i9 day of January, 1973.
    oROVKR WEINRTEIN STA1BEU.
    P A
    <-\ Ronald A. Alter
    Vtlorney fhr Batata of Brneeui Puerto
    :'," Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida
    1 19-:'.; 2 2 9
    ilioner. whose address
    Road. Suite 211. 'Ham
    idn 33130. and file the original with
    he clerk of the above styled court
    on or before March 7. 'J73: Otherwise
    i default will be entered against you
    'or the relief demanded in the com-
    plaint or netition
    This ifcptice shall he published once
    ach week for four consecutive weeks
    in TH JEWISH FIOHIDIAN
    WITNESS mv hand and the aea1
    of said court at Mlam' Florida on
    ihis so dav f January, 'ft73
    RICHARD P BPINKF.R.
    As Clerk. Cir.lii' Ccnrt
    D'ide Coun'v Plnvlda
    Bv I <\'P,r'"-N
    As De-olv Clerk
    'Clreio' Cci'l *-eit
    -iPI'i EY WOOI.F
    i" I Incoln Road. i'..,o ?t1
    Khml Beach Floelda 33139
    Mtornev for Petitioner
    2 2-9-16-23
    IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO 73-2314
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: The marriage of
    CARMEN VALENTIN JACQt'ES.
    Wife.
    INNOCENT P J JACQUJSJ*, ,
    Husband.
    YOC. INNOCENT P. J JACQt'ES
    residence unknown, are reauired lo
    file your answer to the netition for
    cHHselurtTi of marriage with the Clerk
    of the above Court and erve a cony
    thereof upon Herman Cohen, r>0..
    1310-11 Congress I'.ldg. Miami Flor-
    nl.i. on or before March 19. 1973. OT
    else petition will be confessed
    Dated: .Inn 30. 1973
    RICHARD P BRINK ER
    Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dy II J FOY
    IVnuty Clerk
    7i
    ill
    is 42" Linco|n[ (Circuit Court Se.ili
    Beach Flor- i
    : t>t-I*-f
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2M?
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    IDA RUTH SILVERlfAN
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are herebv notified and re-
    quired to piesent any claims and de-
    mands which you may h...ve agrtinst
    the estate of IDA RUTH SILVrtR-
    MAN deceased kite of I*. .1- County.
    Florida, to the Sirvuit Judges of Dade
    County, and file the same In dunli-
    .ate and as orovlded In Section 733 -
    l(, Florida Statute*. In their office*
    in the County Courthouse In Dade
    County. Florida, within nil calendar
    nth ,
    ''
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    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    'Off MlSSFNGff SMVICC
    solicits your legal notices.
    We appreciate your pa-
    trffnage 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
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73 166
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Eetnte of
    4TANI.BV STEIN
    11. rent ed
    '" VII Creditor! and All Perron* Wnv
    m p> !> ntandi Atmii l P ilc
    Bi (ate-
    Yi l kr h.-reliv tui'ltt.il and re
    U red tn ">mvinv il.-iiin-. ami de
    mauds which vou mav have acainsi
    Ihe estate of SYW1.FY BTETN de
    ied, late of Hide County, Florida.
    In the Cir. uit Judges ,,f Pade Count)
    I'ol flic Ihe same In dunllcata and as
    iroviileil in Be n 733 If,. Florida
    Itatutea, tn then ifi. in the Coun-
    v I'.in-house In Pnde Countv. Klor-
    1a. within six calendar nonttu fron
    he time of the flral publication here-
    of, or ihe same win he barred,
    Pnlerl ,,i Mi,mi. Flori.la, ihls 10th
    lay nf January. A p 1973
    CENTRAL RANK AND
    TRt'ST COMPANY
    I'v Harvey S l.angherg
    Vi. Prpaldenl Truat Officer
    A* Fxei utor
    Flral ntil.ticaiion of this notice on
    he 19 dav of .Tanunry. 1973.
    'faiv.v s I^ncherg
    Mtornev for Executor
    ; .i. Tonne .t Siern
    :.'. y u r i
    \" Miami B. .' Florida
    !'19- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 72-3289
    In RE Eatuti of
    X \T KALI ER
    1 '..... Knfler,
    ,i, <<,.,]
    NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
    ml All I'ei
    r Demand st Said
    Estnti
    1 a herelc notified ind
    :,';l ...... anil
    ......
    ' : N '' K I.I.EH l. ,
    i.-i.i.
    I "iini | file
    1
    Hi
    1 '"nUllM Courthousi
    Florid
    ihe t'm. th<
    ... |.,... .
    barred
    F'led al M ,,,,1 :.'i.., i,i., ,i, ,,: ,,.,v
    of Jali'.laiv \ | ''7 '
    l: \'.'' I'' K M.i PR
    ( Vdmlnla! nt lr|
    Fit nublli 11 Ion ..f ii |i
    day of January U7J
    MYRl IN B BERMAN, ERQ
    Mto.oev r..r Administratrix
    I '. Rim iyne Blvd
    Miami, Florida
    i 'i-2 :
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV.
    ..,.CJY!L ACT,ON NO. 73-717
    ,? JUR,SDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    : 'V ||- OF MARRI*GE
    'Hi' MARRTAOE if
    ARMEX OARCIA vTlfa
    r,'''1 ",'!',',':,v';'"lv "~bnd
    !" PEDRO n m'i'ia
    ' '' 'i.e I'ngnown)
    "'I' ARE ll|.'l'|.'|M- VflTIPIl,'n
    ' '..... '' HI solui on of Mar
    "' h '- '......lied p>* nd you and
    ' "" '"' "" "'' lo serve r npv <
    ................lefei ., I
    M'SII.m.l r FISHER, attorney
    '' tltlonet. a hoae nddrei n Ii ',,:-.-,
    ,., ''," "; Suite n \i,., tt,|.
    at and file the orurlnal with the
    " of tr-i above styled oUr( on or
    ..... i ebruat v tt, ii.t::- n'hei
    ml' will he entei ,,
    ...... ''' man.led In H,,. ,m-
    oi or petition
    notlei -hull he published oy.-e
    ' '.....' foni consecutive weeki
    n THI,' rRWTRH Fl ORlpt \ \-
    \' ITNEfW mv hand and Ihe
    ii cotirt al Miami Florida on this
    II das "f 'anuarv 1973
    inn Mm p BRrNKER
    v i lark, Clrcull Crwirt
    Pade Copniv. Florid
    Bv C r> i -i i pi.-1 \ \|)
    Denuty ClCTk
    i 'leonll Court Se-ill
    ' \ I'vlt Ml n FISHER
    -.-, v; p ,|,, Highway, Suite 30
    ' Ft.....
    fcttoi nei fot !'
    1/1S-M t.t-i
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72.4798
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    I BNA niNANDES
    Deceased
    I' All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    >njl C'nims or Demands Against Saul
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    auired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    ihe estate of LENA Ol.NAN'DES de-
    ceased late of I Mole County. Florida.'
    to the Circuit Judgea of Dade Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate and,
    as provided in Section 733 iti. Florida
    Statutes, in the County Courthousi' in
    Dade County, Florida, within six cal- '
    endar months from the time of thei
    fir-t publication hereof, or the snmni
    will be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida this 18th
    dav of January. A D l"73
    PHTLI IS CD A'/AN
    As Executrix
    l-'iisi publicMin.il ni this notice on i
    the -'ml dav of February. 1979
    Kommel. Rogers, Ixirher A
    Shenkman
    \i lorneys for E> e. ntrlx
    t'Jii Uncoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
    - '..-.'3
    IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No 73-476
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    11 i:i: Estate of
    v SFTI.IFF
    I.. .
    ...... Demand" \. Said
    ! i'U fled and .....u
    |
    tin- a
    1 V T Sl'Tl.li K
    I i 'lord
    1
    l|
    1
    Statuti
    I v Cnurtliuuvi i i
    Ida. ivitbin > \ I. .' 11 'i
    the llmi of the in i pub i .
    hi nm I he barn
    Dnted i l thii 5 day
    of .l.niiiai V. \ I
    FI.OUENCK a P VST EH
    7 .-i I '.it..ii Si reel
    i .wood. P rld.t
    \- Rxe utor
    Fin i puhlli atlon th.....'.....I
    ihe ..oil da) Felirui rj. I1 I
    She',I. I' I! I' illi I
    Attnrnav for Relate
    1497 N w 7th Street. M
    2 !i II
    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--141
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IX BE THE M WtKIAUE tF
    tn.oiii \ i.,\/.i
    nt :
    ltEl> \ i Im l A 7.i
    Tt REIN MI'.' I \ /.i i
    Cnlle Ten -. i \.. IS.-!
    : : i' J .i i 'I I
    edado i 'II: \
    YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    lhai action for D u
    lieen filed agulnel you
    ) ii < required In prvi .i rnpi
    . in n-rltti left uaea. If any, -
    .." .'. BE Kt iss. attorni i for Petll nei
    l..... addt is H" v w i; ,\-,,.
    ui M ami Fla I'.-a. and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled ,oun .....i before Man h Jth.
    1973: nlhei wl -a .1. -.iu'i will In -i
    lered igalnst j i,u f..i the r.-ii. i 4a
    led in i hi 'in ilairi 1 l
    This Rotli e shall I"- nubliahed once
    fail eeli fot fnut tin nt Ive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FIXIR1DIAN
    \\ itnkss my iianii and n......ii
    of saul court al .Miami.. Florida on
    ins 13 dav ,.f January, 1973
    UICHAIID I" BlilNKER.
    a- i 'lei k, Clrcull "in t
    I lade i 'oiim \. Floi .,|
    Bv \ \ HEWETT
    < I lenuty Clerk
    fClrouil i "our! Seal >
    M'.l-: KOSS
    mi N W lth Avenue
    Miami. I'l.i i
    Altorne) foi Pet.....ner
    II ,
    the
    same
    first
    wi'l
    months from the time
    ouhlicatioon her-of. or tl
    be h I'v.'d.
    Hated at Miami Florida, this 39lll
    day "f January. A D WtS
    ANNA llttBROV.
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this
    the Ind dav of February. I97S.
    Kommel Rogers. l,nrber A
    Shenkman
    Attorneys for Administratrix
    l}0 lanioln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
    noli.
    NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY CilYWi that
    the undersigned, desiring tn engage in-
    business under the flctltioux name of
    \ir TRAVEL at tui N.W in StreeA,
    olianii. Fla intend* to r.giet>-r said
    name with the Clerk of the I 'in-nR
    Court of Dade County. Florida
    DAVID liAYUH'K
    I I-9-I6-13
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NUMBER 73 182
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE Estate of
    lil >SE MuSKi'W rrz
    Di eared
    To ^!l Creditor* and All Persons Hiv-
    ing I'l.unis or Denutnda Again-' Said
    Ei late
    You Ar>- hereb) notified and re-
    ouired t.. present anx clalaM nnd de-
    Mi..' .1- i\!n. VOU llUtt !,.',. l^.nllst
    'h. estate nl ROSE MOSKOW1TZ ,le-
    ll i Ull! V F!ll ell.
    lii it. Countv Judges "f i.ol- Ci a
    and Illi 'I ante In ''.u- 1 .is
    Sec 111 M.i.
    ' | un-
    III uw In Dade i I '" I
    .... nf the flr.-l
    . .1
    Dated I da
    VI)
    i i i
    a .
    First im < 'i
    HA & ''': '' I'. i I
    , I :
    Miami. F! Id
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITiJUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREHl (SIVEN that
    th< 11- -1- i*- '. di Irina :
    hi 1.1.- i del Hi. fit t|i vii
    ,.f CI \ l I I:': s nt Iflli i
    StreiM '; .,ml K ot
    aid nami : the
    nil Court ol I Mid* i a .. Flol -
    Idn
    ISBA EL IK iZENl 'N\ v It:
    i aril K
    Vttoi \ i n mm
    IN DuPonl Bu 'In u-
    ^^^-^ !S
    ... iciE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE"
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DAOE COUNTV
    IN PROBATE DIVISION
    No 73-421 (Judge Dowi'ejt
    (formerly County Judges Court)
    N'JTICE TO CREDITORS
    111 RE
    SYI \ !> I AXZARIN.
    Dec, .
    To vi| Ciedltoi and All Pei n itav-
    t I 'ii.ii .! ARJ '"'M Said
    '
    i an ii.....h) not lfle.l nd
    -ii eil enl 'i\ I..IH1- nd ii-'-
    l i. h mil ma) i it i nst
    lh< Inti ol SYI Vlt i I -V/.'/.MtlN ile-
    nf p.ole u' I'l"l "I I.
    lo Hi. i ..im Judges of Dalle County.
    ..'nl file Ihe .im.- in dun .' ind
    , led ,n Section 7 It: FloHda
    Statute n thi the I '"iiii-
    ' v Courthousi In Ibidi I u i Flor-
    id i. wltlih i i idai i -Mis from
    ii" time of ihe flral iHlbll. iu.ni here-
    "i oi he -am. .\ ill be hat ad
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this M
    lav nf January. A.D I97S
    I't'i As Kxe. UtrlX
    I'tr-t nublliatlnn of ih'e notice on
    d 'I i\ "f l'".-lit ii.u v. 1973
    ROBERT R Wlin K
    Attornev f.it Exei uti ix
    103! Alfred I ilul'mn Bulldlna
    ________ ___^^_ _'*-*-______
    NOTICE UNDER FlTTiT.vvT
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEKEBY OIVEN II ll
    the undersigned, desiring to enfag) In
    business under the flctitkiua "m......f
    REV ISTA 1SI.A DEI. C.VRIBE" at
    41b N W 27th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
    Intends t,, regisier said naDM with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade
    t ountv. Florida
    J08EJ TRAVIKS. t
    a : i.-i 1,-^3
    it
    \"
    f.,
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    Friday. February 9. 1973
    v*MdtafeAfarftfc/7
    Page 15-D
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    OADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 73-112
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In UK; Estate o(
    SYLVIA J OULDHl.'SH
    I ased.
    IN THE CIRCUll COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORDIA
    IN PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 72-6190
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    NOTICE TO CREOITORS
    In RE; Estate of
    J I......c-oel
    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 FINAL DISCHARGE
    IN HE: Estate of
    FANNY WANG
    \T.T*rCE N'nerrbr'kfv^thaVl'have
    filed a Final Report and Petition fur
    T.. All Ordllors and All Persons Hav* To A" Creditor? and All Prnm llav-
    inr Claims or Demands Against Said 'na Claims or Demands Against Paid
    Ksiaie: Estate;
    lu are hereby notified and re- You are hereby notified anil re- Distribution and Final Discharge as
    quired t.i present any claims and de- UUlred to present any claims and de- 1 Executrix of the estate of Fanny
    mands which you may have against mands which vou mav have against w'"nB- deceased: and that on the 23
    the estate of SYLVIA OOLDHCSH 'he .state of JOHN j. EISNER de- ua-v of February. IIT*. will apply to
    deceased late of Dade Count v. Flor- '-eased late of Hade County, Florida. P"' Honorable Circuit Judges of Dade
    ids,to the Circuit Judges nf Dade lo Hie Countv Judges of Dado Cuntv County. Florida, for approval of said
    County and file the same in duplicate I and file the same in duplicate and as K'"al R'Prt nd '<>r distribution and
    and as provided in Section 7*3 16 Flor- Provided in Section T.1S HI Florida' ,in"' discharge as Executrix of the
    ida Statutes, in their offices in the I Statutes, in their offices in the Coun- ''*"*"' "f ln^ above-named dr.. dent
    County Courthouse in Dade County, iy Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-' '
    da, within six calendar months from
    Florids. within six calendar months
    fron the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16
    day of January. AD. 1973.
    AI.VJN A. GnLDHl'KH
    HERBERT H Ooi.DHi'SH
    As Executors
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this U) day
    of January. A D 197,1
    pniLip iti.ooM
    Attorney for estate
    1121 Cltv National Rank Ride.
    25 Weal Flagler St.
    1 'l!>-! 2/2-9
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-6304
    in RE Estate of
    stki.i.a M NOLAN.
    Di eased
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO A I.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE [ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT.
    Y u .,:. hereby notified that a writ-
    ten instrument purporting to be the
    In si will and tea lament of said deced-
    ent has been admitted to probate in
    said Court Vou are hereby command-
    ed within six calendar months from
    the date of the first publication of
    than notice to appear in said Court and
    .-how cause, if any you can. why the
    ... tlon of said Court in admitting said
    will i" probate should not stand un-
    rcV' iked.
    FRANK P. DOWMNO
    Clmilt .Incite
    Ilv M El.It A C. DICK
    Denutv Clerk
    KTHT WELLLSCH
    Attorney
    it 7 Aim.Ha Avenue
    Coral Cables. Florida 33414
    First publication of this notice on
    the 19 day of January. IS71
    ; 19-11 | 2-!>
    MIRIAM W01.K
    'he time of the first publication here-1
    RICHARD 1 KROOI"
    Miami Beach. Florida
    of. or the same will be barred. | Attorney
    Dated B| Miami, Florida, this MI W-!fWj5-5*S!i,
    day of January. AD 1973
    ERIC VAN EISNER.
    I k a ERIC V EISNER
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the 1!> day of January. 1973
    TA1 IANOFF & BADER .ESQS
    Attorneys for Executor
    130 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    1/19-26 2/2-9
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND I OR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 72-6013
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    In RE: Estate of
    M FRED STSSMAN
    deceased.
    NOTICE TO CRFDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ne i "aims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    Vou arc> hereby notified and re-
    luirecl to present an
    1 26 2/2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 73-164
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE; Estate- of
    BESSIE DOKFMAN.
    a k a BESSIE BASS COHEN
    I !_' e ased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of BESSIE DORFMAN,
    a k a BESSIE Rass cohen deceas-
    ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
    ilie circuit Judges of Dade County
    Probate Division, and file the same
    in duplicate and as provided in Sec-
    tion 733 16, Florida Statutes, in their
    fflcea in the County Courtbou.-e n
    Tenor Richard Tucker Marks 3 Anniversaries
    A triple anniversary celebration ; mark Mr. and Mrs. Tucker's .".7th
    during tenor Richard Tucker's con- wedding anniversary. Temple Heth
    cert at the Miami Beach Auditor-
    ium on Sunday, starting at 8:30
    p.m., is bringing many prominent
    l>eoplc here ft an New York foi
    the occasion.
    Sholom's 30th anniversary and Is-
    rael's 25th yvar" u/Ml be Michael
    Ries, president of Columbia' Con-
    Certs, and Hattie Clerk, vice presi-
    Among those who will help to dent of Columbia Concerts.
    Obituaries
    R0THENBERG
    Abe, 7K. of Miami Beach passed
    away Saturday, He came here two
    years ago from Brooklyn Survived
    by wife, lio.-e of Miami Beach,
    brother Irving of New S'nrk City,
    and sisters Mrs Etta Shapiro and
    Mrs. Shirley Stein, both of Miami
    Beach Services were held at Itivr-
    tlde Memorial Chapel. I MO Alton
    ltd Miami Beach.
    GINSBERG
    GARFINKLE. Hym.cn, 79. o( Mi., i ,'
    Levitt
    GINSBERG. Tilly 63, 1075 NE l'.tttt
    St.. N.M P.. Blasberg
    GREENE. Hortense. SB. 1540 NE
    lSlst st N M B Blasbera*.
    KOVALL. Mildred, >.". "t Hal Har-
    bour. Riverside
    MESHOULAM. Marco. S'. of MB.
    Newman
    ROSENSTEIN. Fannie 87, l-'( West
    Ave M B Hlash, rg.
    schatzbef.G. Larry. 64. 9201 Collins
    Ave- Riverside. Interment Mi Smil,
    SILVER. David, 0, SIM BW S7th
    Ave M It Uordon.
    COHEN. Joseph l.i.:: of M B River*
    side Interment Mt Sinai
    Epstein. Louis i-t. of M-B. River*
    d
    Samuel K IS, passed away Sunday.
    A former resident of Miami Beach.
    now of Greensboro, N He was the
    former manager of the Royal PalmI FOu'cRAULT. Paul. 2. of M.B.
    Hotel on Miami Beach for is years
    A member of Temple Emanu-EI.
    Miami Beach Elks. Miami Beach
    Newman
    FISHER. Edward. M. 27S0 Collll -
    Ave .mi: Kl\ ei side
    Hotel Association Burvivin* is wife. qabEl', Milton, B7. 613 5th SI M 15.
    Gertrude, of Greensboro, sons. Blasbera
    Joseph Gaynor Glnabersj of Char- I QOLOREICH, PI new US. ol M.R
    . laims and de- .
    mands which you may have against I>acle County. Honda, within six cal-
    , 'lie estate of ALFRED St'SSMAN e'lidar months from the time of the
    leceaaed late of Dade County, Flor-1 tint publication hereof, or the sami
    da. to the Circuit Judges of Dade "'" '"' burred,
    "onntv. and file the same in ditpll- Dated at Miami. Florida, Una 11th
    ate and as provided in Section 7::.'i das of January. A.D 1973
    '. Plurida Statutes, in their offices Herbert Cohen
    o the. County Courihcvuse in Dade A Executor
    I 'ounty, Florida, within six calendar. Kir.-t publication of this notice on
    I months from the time of the first' 'he 19 day of January. IMS.
    ' iihUcstlnn hereof, or the same wll! SPARBER. ZEMEL ROSKIN AND
    b. hatred HEI1 BR< INNER PA.
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this 12th Attorneys for Executor
    lay of Januarv AD. 1!>73 1"" N. Biecayne Blvd.
    S-rKI.l.A STSSMAN Miami. Florida 33131
    254-1 S W H7tl> Avenue -''
    Homestead. Florida j--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice ,,n
    the 1! day of January. 1s7J.
    lotte, N.C and Edward lee- Glna-
    berg of l'ittsburgh. Pa : grand-
    phlldren, brothers Harry and Morton
    "f Baltimore, Md., slater Mr- Helen
    Maytln, Denton. Md, Services were
    held Monday at Riverside Chapel schlOSSMAN. Sadie.. 81. of M.B
    with interment at Lakeside Me-- Levitt
    """''' ,,"",<- STERN. Hymai
    GOl
    \*.w man
    leventhal. Jack, 76. of Hallat
    dale- Riverside
    ORRIS. Ssmuc I SS, of M i:
    Newman
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 73-2258
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    VOI.ANDB BARCARO,
    Petitioner. ,
    -vs. -
    ANTHONY BARCARO.
    Respondent.
    TO: Anthony Barearo
    c/o Anthony Barearo
    7"20 Bunting Place
    Philadelphia Pennsylvania
    YOV AUK NOTIFIED that an ac-
    tion tn Porecloae .md Buultable Lien
    upon the following property in Dade
    Cotini*.. Florida:
    Lot I'll. Block -'. WINDWARD ES-
    TATES Section I, according to
    the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
    Ho..k 65 Page 142 c.f the Public
    Be, i.ids of Dade Countv. Florida
    has been filed agalnsl you and you
    are reaulred to serve a copy of yout
    written defenses, if any, m it on Roh-
    .rt II Burns. Esq., Petitioner's at-
    torney, whose address is 4^" Lin-
    coln lin.ecl Suite t:.". Miami Reach
    l"1.....Is 33139, "ii or before March 7. (
    and file the original with Ihe
    i Ict!, of this Court, either before,
    service on Plaintiffs attorney or Im-
    mediateh thereafter: otherwise a De-j
    f.iult will be entered against you for1
    the relief demanded In the Complaint
    for .- Mtlnn
    WITNESS my hand and the Seal
    of lb'- Court on the JO da) of Janu-
    ary. 1973
    Richard P Brlnker
    A- Clerk of the Court
    Hi I. SNEEDEN
    DBPl'TY CLERK
    cc'ii .nil CoUl -:' ill'
    2 2-9-16-23
    ARTH1R I. MILLER
    Attorney for Administratrix
    i eeslde RulMlna, P o Box I33fi
    Key Largo. Florida 33037
    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 COUNTV.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1227
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    MIGNONNE HELEN MARLO.
    Petitioner
    and
    FRANK MAItIA
    Respondent
    TO: FRANK MARLO
    C O Elizabeth Nudo
    SIS Wiltshire Road
    1'ltper Darhv. Pennsylvania
    TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    posner. Samuel, B8, 1500 Bay tt.t .
    VI II Blasbi ra
    ROSENHOUSE Estelle Peters, 64, !
    M.B. Riverside. Intermenl Mt.
    Nebo
    SEROTA. Louis. 7... of M.B. New-
    man.
    SHAPIRO. Joseph, 77. of M B River-
    side Interment Mt. Sinai.
    WEISS. Edward, S3, of M B. River-
    side- Interment Mt. Nebo
    wilson Herman. 64, 655 Euclid
    Ave M B Newman.
    ' allen George, of ^ >! Riverside.
    | badian. itos.. 68. of M.B. River-
    side.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTHUCTIVF "VICE
    INO PROPERTV1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELKVFNTH .IUDICIAI CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV.
    CIVIL ACTION NO 71.141a
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    V RP
    RWVVTIJ c. il I IVs, B|so known as
    UH-NNV COLLINS
    Husband
    and
    RKTTT JANE HALL COLLINS
    W i fo
    Tli HETTV JANE HATX COLLINS
    Route No IPO
    Walthurville Georrla
    vof ake HEREBY NOTIFIED
    hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    -lage has been filed against you and,
    -on ar.. required to serve a copy of court on or before Pebruarj II IS7S
    your written defenses, if any. to It otherwise a default will be e""ed
    n SIDNEY BFRONSON attorney for agalnal you for the relief demanded In
    "in......r. whose address Is 612 Mns- the complaint or petition.
    v Bldg, M NE 1st Ave. Miami. | This notice shall be published once
    131"". and fihi th.....iginal each week for foiir cAnsecutlye weem
    with the clerk of the above styled I In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    t on or hsfore Peb 2S. 1973;
    davis. Ev.ivn Leatrlce, 4:.. of Mi-
    i ami Riverside Interment Star c.f
    David.
    | FOX. Belle. 78. of M B Riversid.i
    Interment Mt. Nebo
    KALINSKY. Dora. 57, of M B
    Riverside
    KAT7. Veti:e as, 7:.ii Collins Ave
    mil Blasberg
    i RAiiTENBERG. Ann.! SS, M5<1 s\V
    '.'Olh Terr i oirdoii Interment Star
    nf David.
    timmeR. Fmannel, 64, of N. Bay
    Village. Riverside
    Riverside Interment Star of David
    ZIMMERMAN. Hose. 74 ..r M I:
    RO!ENe5TeiN. Edna Sells. ::. of M It.
    entered
    i inclined
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    il;. unde< lgn< 'I. desiring to i
    In tin-:: under the fli i Itlous name
    *\V INVESTMENT ASSOCI-
    ATES ;! 2373 i 'olllns Aveni'*,
    3 Reach, Fla Intt nd t-- i
    ^.. id ,c in .. nil the c "|ei I. of tin 'Ir-
    cu.t Cc uri '!' Dole County, Florida.
    i \\\ RENTE VVKINER
    Ji iSEPH J, VVEISENPELD
    1 19-26- 2 2-9
    dherwlse a default win be
    tga nst \i'U fm the relit I i
    e the comolalnt or netltlon
    This notice -hall be published once
    i pelt ''-" tout ""- cutIve weeks
    ii TH K JEV I8H PI i IRIDIAN
    \v ITNERS my hand and the- Real of
    iid cowl at Miami Florida on this
    ". i lanuai y, 197 I
    RICH VRD P BRINKRR.
    x cterh c Mrcult '"in '
    Dade Countv i--1- t.,
    i:v I' M KI<-I'K
    \- I i......tv Clerk
    1 II" I lUI Si' ll>
    iipNKi "l;i iNSi IN
    \
    ..... y for P
    I ."
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar- ,
    rian has been filed against you and mversioe
    you are r.ciuired to serve a copy of ] S* P"STON. Dr Perrv so SMS
    your written defenses, if any. to III Collins Ave.. M.B. I.evltt.
    on GEORGE SA.MPAS. ESQ. attor-1 SCHWARTZ. Ruth, of M.B. Rlver-
    ney for Petitioner, whose address Is side.
    Law Office "f Shirley Woolf. 420 Lin- MAZOR. K.,,,., ;.,, 10 Collins
    i.In Road. Room 211. Miami Beach. Av(, M ,, ,;un|,,
    ^ia^Asttr*,;'"".....
    Ncuhth, Max. 79 of N. .Miami.
    Levitt.
    WERKSMAN. Charles, c.7. 67111 S \\
    18th st Cord.hi Interment Star of
    David
    BIRMAN. GUStav, 71. of M B
    Riverside
    BLINN. car. 68, 1"" Lincoln It
    M B Ni W 111 in.
    EHRLICH. Louis 87, of North Miami
    WITNESS tnv hand and Hie seal of
    said court at Mlam1 Florida on this
    '7 rtai nl January. 1973
    RICHARD P RRTNKER.
    As Plerk, Circuit Pourt
    p.,.I. c'..nrii\- PlortdB)
    Ilv 1 SNEEDEN
    As Denutv Clerk
    i I,|| fi irl Be
    c IFI RI :i' s v H' VS. ESQ.
    \ rncv for Petlilonet
    I
    Reach '' '1 I SS
    .... i.i I', liiion.^r
    6417
    '4. S613 SAV -'' St.
    Ri\ erslde
    STICKER Hal rj 10 M< I Id h
    Ave M I-
    TUROFF. 11.;" 71 2920 Polnl bast
    In N.M B Riverside
    WALLACH. Harry. -". 951 Jeffei -n
    Ave M I'.. Riversiele
    ARBEITER. Solomon, 88, of CiKipi
    City. Riverside
    BAM.IN rlcrman, 7::. 2301 tolll
    Ave M B Blasberg
    Bank, Norman Jaj ol louder-
    dale Lake- Gordon
    BEDSOW. Cella, 80, nf Miami River*
    Bide Interment Mt Nebo
    KAMPER. Th.....lore, 7-. "f N.M B.
    Levitt.
    kiss. Mlna. >4. 5401 Collins Av<
    M B Riverside
    MARGOLIS Edith S.. 4. of M D,
    Riversld*
    milgram. Nathan, 83, ol Pom
    Beach Riverside
    muken. David. 5". "i N M B
    Levitt.
    PHILLIPS. Mux. 73. Ot M II RJ-------
    side Intermenl Stai 1' -11
    REICH. Cella. 79, of .Miami Levll
    Interment Mi Sinai
    RICH. Helen S of M 13 Rivers i i
    schultz. Esther. ';7. ..f Hollyw d.
    Levitt.
    SIMON. Bin. us. v: 1856 N\V 1st St.
    Cordon. Intermenl Mt Sinai
    WEITZ. Saniu.l. 84. 1335 P.nn- I-
    v.uiia A\e M I: Kiv erslde
    ALPER. Mae 61 of Blacayne Lake
    Gardens N M B Levitt.
    BAUM. Irving. 7.;. 2858 Pint Tre< Di"..
    M I: Riverside
    M I: New man.
    fine. Jacob, 90. IS50 Drexel K\
    Friedman. Israel, of M B Levitt
    giantz Rebecca. 70. 400 8 Shore
    Dr., M B. Blasberg.
    hirshowitz. Joseph, :>4. of Hallaa-
    dale Levitt
    KANTER, Theodore, 7-. of N M
    Levitt.
    KATZ. Isaai of M B Rirurs
    fishman. Mark, 13, 2849 s \\ 38tl
    Ave Gordon
    feder. Frieda 7t. 1560 Peni ilvanla
    Ave M i: Riverside
    IN Ti-C CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    l\ AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    N". 73-1736
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    -ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    . t 'n Re The Mai rla g< of:
    "ANA s "A REE. w if.- and
    lioMINdo Sl'AREZ, husband.
    ......'.; ;.\e ;c i SI' u;i:z
    Ri aidence Cnklinu n
    I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-5016
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    ' In RE Estate of
    i JANH-. :: M. iti.i.i iugh
    11. ased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    n.. i.n m i icinanda Again i Said
    Estate:
    Y.m .ii.- hereby notified and re-
    umi, i nt any claims and de-
    Hii>iel whi.h Mm mav have against March, 1973 or II Default will I., .ii
    th.' .state of JANIE E M.C1I I.OI'OH terc I voy
    ,1 ,...| Lite of Dude County, Flor- Dated i iv ol Jan. eS,
    l,i ,.. County Judges of Dad.- RICHARD P nitlNKEK.
    . Comity, and file the -an,.- Hi duplicate Clerk of the tlrcnlt Court
    mid a- nrovlded in Section 733.li;., BY: R. E slll-.A
    Florid.c Statutea, In their offices In fClrcult Court Seal)
    the c'ouiitv Courthouse In Dade Ooun-
    -fv. Florida. within si* calendar
    jj, months from the time of the first
    pul'Ucat'on hereof or the same will
    be barred,
    Dated at Miai'H. P.....Ida. 'his ..th
    IN Tmf C'RCUli COURT of TMir
    p[ fupmth Minirifli riP*-i||T
    OF FLORH-IA IN AND FOR
    OAOF TOIIMTV
    pnnnc\Tf pivi^'ON
    PtOBATE NO. 73-?'">
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    i. !! ; ,-.
    I BERNARD J KATZ
    ,..,i
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To AH Creel nd All Peri mf H.iv-
    in or l mands Again u S
    i Estate:
    Vou ai' hen hi nntlflc d and n u
    t.. i>resenl any claims and demand*
    which you nrn have acalnsl thi
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open efy D" Closed Softbota
    140 SW 57fh Ave. MO 1-8583
    ' Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
    >... Monument Dealer
    Palmer's
    Miami Monumenf Companr
    3279 S.W. Slh Street, Miumi
    444-0921 4440922
    Closed On The Snbb.'th
    Personaliied Memorials Cuslt nt
    Crofted In Our Own Workshop.

    F
    . lav of October. A D l!7
    BERNARD TlloMAS
    As Exeeutor
    Flr-t nubMcatlon c,f ibis notice on
    ihe 11" dav of fannaev 1h7:l
    DAVID M C.ONSHAK. ESQ.
    Attornev fur Exeeutor
    14-'7 N \V. 7ih Street, Miami. Florids
    1/19-26 lll-t
    i.i' 1-9-11
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    ihe- undersigned, deslrlna to enaaa
    .r Janua*v. \ D I "
    RI-TH K \""/
    \- 1"- .....
    '-t publication of t'-'s
    i imii v i:i7:;.
    M \ I; I: -. ZI'KERNICK
    \i i..i nc e foi i'\e. titrix
    ISO I.in. .i'U I'd
    Miami !'. a< h PI.....I I
    t n
    NOTICE n,ln" FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HRRERV GIVEN thnl
    business under thi nctiyous_name' of the undersigned, desirine. to enaaac In
    ..AS CADENAS Fl-RNITCRE A
    ri.i A \ci:s at 626S s w
    .Miami. Fla. Intend t
    name with the Clerk
    Court of Dade County, Florida
    MIC.l'1.1. A HltHERA
    it'MERSINIXi F LLANEfl
    1 26 1 .'-'.e-1.
    l,u mi.i, iii. fieiltlout natni
    IARYOI.OA FASHIONS at -'"14 N \v
    realster said ji Ave., Miami. Fla intend t" rearla-
    i the Circuit t.e said name with Ihe clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dad. County. Plorida
    MARIA W'Tcnia IM'IZ
    OI.UA HERNANDEZ
    1 M I l--I
    euHI
    Memorial Chapel
    IINfAI 0/
    'jtwisH ruwAi t.'tcroRS
    V1
    LOCAL AND OUT OF STATE
    A 11 I ''. I '.'
    .
    947-2790
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