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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 16, 1973

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

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

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University of Florida
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T cJewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 7
Miami, Florida Friauy, February 16, 1973
Tinc-e Sections Price 25 cev
Zionists Warned
Of Arab Atrocities
TFL AVIV iJTA' Police
and security officials are investi-
gatlng thf possibility of a con-
nection between Monday morn-
ing's ambush attempt on the
life of former Mayor Rashid
Shawa of Gaza and yesterday's
murder of IV ib Isnviei' c! Ar-
bitti an opporonl of Shawa who
had hern mentioned as a possi-
ble mayoral candidate.
The gangland-style murder of
Arbitti was the first politl m!
ter in Giiza in several
months. The victim was tak from his home by thr.'e gun-
men before dawn Sunday. His
et-riddled hodv was found
nea- a wall about a half mile
away.
Shawa suffered sli-rht hand
wounds when two bursts of auto-
C fire struck his red limou-
sine while he was driving from
his home to a citrus-packing
pant in the Gaza Strip. He
- d lat t tint he believed hi-
attackers wire Arab terrorists.
a < as r moved fr m\ ol
by Israeli authorities lasl year
wh n he rti ed to exten i mu-
to refu c
i taza i i
On the day of hb removal
tti a former Ga .
wai elected chairman of
ncil of the El Shatti
. q tarter which had Just
incorporated into the Gaza
municipal council. It was be-
lieved that terrorists murdered
Arbitti as a warning to all other
candidates not to collaborate
with Israeli authorities. Art).tti
was the father of 10. His fu-
neral yesterday was attended
by thousands of Shatti quarter
refugees.
'Reverse' Quotas
Investigated Here
The Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation League has been
conducting a detailed inquiry
into charges of "reverse" dis-
crimination in employment at
Miami-Dade Junior College.
The Jewish Floridiun has
learned that the ADL recently
assisted two white professors at
Miami-Dade in the filing of
charges of racial discrimination
against the college with the
U. S. Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity Commission.
Both faculty members allege
that their contracts havi been
terminated at th end of this
academic year as the result of a
quota system which favors
blacks and other minorities.
They claim that less qualified
staff, who are minority group
members, haw been retained on
a preferential basis.
Arthur Teitelbaum. ADL'S
regional director, said that the
League has been looking into
charges of employment discrim-
ination at the college for several
weeks.
He said, "we are concerned
over language in the colle e's
Continued On Page 9-A
Hussein's Visit Fails
To Change U.S. View
WASHINGTON. D.C. (JTAI
The Nixon administration was
seen Wednesday in diplomatic
circles a< holding to its posi-
on the Middle East fol-
wing King Hussein's visit with
the President last week and in
a Ivance of Israeli Premier I
Meir's meeting with Nixon at the
White House March 1. King
Prime Minister Gclda Meir j
To Address Bond Conference
In her First visit to Miami since becoming Prime Minister
of thi State ol Israel, Mrs. Golda Meir is coming here to partici-
pate in the 1973 International Inaugural Conference for Israel
B >nds, ii has been announ
t>d by Leo Bernstein, exi
tive vice pre-, i >n1 ol -he
Isra< Bond i' ion.
Th Prime Minister will
idd i- the inau ura lit
tribute to Sam Rothberg,
general ch iiiman of Israel
Bonds on Saturd ly evenii
March 3
Mrs. Meir, who succeeded
the late Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol three years ago. has
taken the occasion of the
25th anniversary of Israel's
independence to appear at
the official launching of the
international campaign for
the sale of $300 million in
brad Bonds in 1973.
Mr. Bernstein said that the
goal of $;{60 million in Israel
Bonds for 1973 would pro-
vide 60 per cent of Israel's
new Development Budget of $S00 million and would enable Israel
to meet the crucial financial problems involved in expanding the
country's economy to create employment opportunities for the
continuing immigration of Jews from the Soviet Union.
The Prime Minister, who emigrated to Israel from the
I United States a half century ago, has been in the vanguard of
Continued on Page 8-A
...
Hussein went to
from here.
Palm Ileach
PRIME MINISTER GOLDA MM
Tit is assessment was made
following remarks by John Scali.
the new American ambassador
to the United Nations on ABC-
TV "Issues and Answers."
Mr. S ill spoke of a "new ini-
tiative" by the U.S as being In
the making bu1 d it
I be based on the p Hcj ex-
.' -- ii thi ; -' by both Nix-
on and Secretary of State Wil-
m P, Rogei
Aski d to ommonl on the re-
ports thai Nixon wi il I take ini
tiatives in the Middle East afti r
ease-fire In Vietnam, Mi
Scall, making his first i
public appearance since his ap-
pointment as ambassador, ob-
served that Mr. Nixon had "con-
cluded some far-reaching talks
about this part of the world"
with Hussein and that he soon
will discuss the issue-, with Mrs.
Meir.
These discussions. Seal! added,
are "a'l part of a broad-sweep
kind of review which is under-
way, ami at some anpropriate
moment I am sure that there
will be a new initiative.
Furthermore. Mr. Scali said,
"let us keep in mind" that the
United States "continues to sup-
port the UN. Resolution 242 of
November 1967 as the basis for
a settlement and believes it of-
fers the kind of framework for
a multinational guarantee which
will be indispensable for peace."
What's happening here..,
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
Spurred on by record-shottering gifts to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign, more than 1000 volunteer workers this week have launched
simultaneous inlividual and group solicitations of the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
Women's Division Parlor Meetings are coverin-) the county in an
attempt to reoch Dade Countians who have not yet made a commit-
ment to the 1973 CJA-IEF Campaign.
High rises and condominiums have responded and scheduled
hundreds ol meetings, breakfasts, dinners and cocktail parties in
order to reach each and every resident of these buildings.
In this, her 25th anniversary year, the plight of Israel and her
gallant people are foremost in everyone's mind; but we must not lose
sight of the importance of maintaining a strong, viable healthy Jewish
community here at home in Greater Miami ... the fifth largest Jewish
community in the United States and the fastest growing Jewish com.
minify outside of Israel.
There's no end to Israel's continued need for security,
continued support of Israel's massive obsorption program
and the increased financial needs of Federation's own 50
local, national and overseas beneficiaries.
While much of the drama of the 1973 CJA-IEF Cam-
paign centers on the mass Exodus of Russian Jews to
Israel 35,000 of whom arc expected in Israel th I
year alone; this should not overshadow the vital pro-
grams of Federation's agencies and services. There are 22
local agencies end services which must expand to m-'
today's needs and tomorrow's, if they arc to continue
to help make Miami a better place in which to live for
all people.
Our elation over Russian immigration has not dulled our sensitivi-
ty to the needs of our own Jewish community. For only if our Jewish
community is strong can we extern' our hand to Jews in need where-
ever they may be.
This Jewish community deserves to feel a deep personal pride in
its past efforts. But this pride must be cham?l?d into greater efforts
on behalf of our 1973 CJA-IEF effort.
The world Jewish community the Jewish community of
Greater Miami still have many dreams that must be answered. And
with your help ... no dream is impossible.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
tli Timoner
Vice Chairman
Klan Dragon, Cross Burning
Attract Slim Crowd Here
Gram Dragon Roberl Shelton
ol the United Klans ol America,
hooded Klansmen and i
burning came to South Dadx
County last weekend.
But a Friday night rally of the
current counterpart <>i the KKK
drew a crowd Of less than 200
persons, Including some 50 Klan
members, to an empty field a
half-mile west of Krorae Av.
near Homestead.
Even a new film. "Revolution
Underway," failed to swell the
audience. The picture attributed
the black power movement to a
Communist takeover attempt in
the United States.
Klan speakers, utilizing a
podium with protection from
rifle carrying deputies of the
Klan, decried "niggers, Jews.
i ;.
isi i" as t nk( I he;.
; lies to the Red danger."
A 30-foot high > ross was
afire alter the rally, which main-
tained the Klan recoi i ol strik-
ing out in the crowd attrai I
business in South Florida in re
eint years.
Munich Case Closed
BONN iWNSi The Pub-
lic Prosecutor's report published
this week, on the massacre of 11
Israeli Olympic athletes by Ara')
terrorists in Munich last Sept. 3
found no fault with either th<>
police measure taken or th -.-
security provided for the Is-
raeli team, and the government
declared the case officially
closed.


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Schoenbrun Speaks Wednesday
On Tensions In Middle East'
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David Schoenbrun, who has been \
covering national and world af-
fairS for all media since 1942, will '
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Bst" at the second in a series o!
Wednesday evening forums at
Temple Kiruiiui-El Feb. 21.
The forum, a part of the Miami
Beach temple's adult education'
program, starts at 8:15 p.m. in
the main sanctuary of the temple.
Jfdffe Irving Cypen is chairman
of the series.
Mr. Schoenbrun, one of Amer-
ica's most versatile commentators,
has won awards in every major
field of communication: radio, tel-
evision, dail.v papers, magazine;,
books, the classroom and the lee-
tUTe platform.
At the start of last year, Schoen-
brun was guest star of a two-part,
{Hi-minute special series of "The
Ad\'cati's." shown on 200 stations
lot the National Kducational TVle-
vfcion network.
tin March of last" year he was
appointed cditor-at-large of a new
magazine, "World Review." Thai
same month, the New York Times
published his essay-review ol
President Kennedy's foreign policy,
while the New York School o
Social Research presented hi
spring lecture series on Campaigi
'72. His new book. "The Firs'
Israelis," i> scheduled for publi-
cation this spring by Atheneun
Publishers.
Kabhi Berger
Heads Tour To
Israel Vpril 29
Temple Zamoia will be renre
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lopendence day by Rabbi and Mrs
Maxwell Beneer and a group r'
">-'e who will be on tour with
them.
They are scheduled to leave Mi-
"> will take part in the "Israel 25"
rarade and celebration in Jem
a'em The group will be based
in the newest five star hote] In the
heart of the citv, Another one of
the manv scheduled activities wil'
be a special tree Dlanting cerem >ny
in honor of the temple congrega-
tional family.
Rabbi Berger will li .1 i a three-
week tour t-> Israel, Spain and
Portugal. Participation in a num-
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this pilgrimage to Israel
Mr. Schoenbrun started his Jour-
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lie has also been chief world af
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Friday, February 16, 1973
The Challenge For Greater Miami
The elegant Pacesetter Ball this week has provided a
new dimension in campaigning for the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund of Greater Miami, but with
a record goal of S15 million for 1973 one cannot argue with
the techniques which have raised the sights of givers in
this area.
In the language of the campaign leaders: It is good
to celebrate. And if in the midst of celebration there is the
consciousness of the needs to maintain and strengthen the
Jewish community here and in the world that is in the best
Iradition of our people.
The Pacesetters have provided the challenge for
Greater Miami. The success of the campaign hinges now
on those who will follow that challenge to a goal which is
surely not beyond the means of what today is one of the
great Jewish communities in the world.
Concern For The State of Our Brothers
Much has been written about the plight of the Arab
refugees, ignored by their brothers, used as political pawns
by the cynical leaders of the Arab nations and harassed
by terrorists whenever they seek to make better lives for
themselves as offered by Israel. But little is heard of Jews
who were forced to ilee from their homes in these same
Arab nations, their property and money confiscated, and
that is probably because the Jewish people all over the
world have taken care of their own in the best tradition of
our faith.
The Jewish community in Iraq has been reduced to
cbout 400 since the Six-Day War forced the great majority
to flee that hostile nation, but despite that fact there are
authentic reports that the handful remaining are now in
danger of their lives and that 10 prominent members of
the community have been executed. While the Irag leader-
ship is notoriously irrational, it will be recalled that its
Jewish population was permitted to emigrate following the
1969 execution of nine Jews and the great international out-
cry which followed. Such an outcry must be made now
to save those remaining for, unlike the Arab leadership,
we are concerned with the fate of our brothers wherever
they may be.
Middle East Initiative Awaits Soviet
Despite the visit of King Hussein in February and
Golda Meir in March, the word from Washington is that
the Nixon administration will not take any new Middle
East initiative until after the even more important visit
of the Soviet leader, Brezshnev much later this year.
There is a growing impression, because of the uneasy
quiet on the Arab-Israel frontiers, that both sides are mark-
ing time until the two great powers manage an accommo-
dation, if that is possible, on the questions of the Middle
East But it would be a mistake not to see on the horizon
a peculiarly American problem that must be watched, and
that is the question of oil.
It has always been the contention of the State Depart-
ment and oil interests that our support of Israel even a
neutral stance as some administrations have attempted__
is not in the best interests of this nation. Confronted this
winter with an oil crisis, the court ruling in the Alaskan
pipeline case, and a bleak outlook in general on energy
sources, the pro-Arab forces are going to be hard at work
again trying to change things, if they are not already
doing so.
The pressure on Israel, in any case, to be more flex-
ible in terms of territory is going to be great. While we
here in America have a tendency to view Israel's position
on this as virtually unanimous, the upcoming elections
there are bringing to the fore some powerful groups within
the Labor Party which are questioning the policy of in-
flexibility prior to a formal peace settlement.
easary groundwork for un :
the more obvious damage
by Sen. George McGoven
his power-hungry support
With hi- own backers rai
from Chicago's red
Mas or Richard Daley to S<
ate Majority Leader Mike '
field Strauss is ready to aei
The first step to be I
soon will be the appointn
a now advisory council i
national committee, who
posed of "people responsibli
constituencies that have e
them." As a senator, (;
Govern can serve on the
if he chooses. But the .
tuency requirement will e>
all the more fiery and
mined McGovernites.
TIIK SECOND Step, a
taken soon, will l>e enlar i
of the already swollen nal
committee by 23 more
hers. The committee's nui
are swollen because the -
Governites packed it in
hope of securing a permai
majority They failed, B5 w i<
proved by the choice of Bo
Strauss to succeed the left
Valkyrie, Mrs. Jean Westwood
Hut the 25 new members will
give Strauss and his friei :-
much more security.
Then there is the BO- .<
Charter Commission, set up
the McGovernites with a
date to organize an "int
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COMMENT

You may have read over the
weekend that the United Klans
ol America met in a South Dade
field to speak Of, according to
the Herald story, "Niggers,
Jews, pornography, drugs and
atheists." They closed their meet-
ing by burning a cross
Certainly you are aware of
Protestants and Catholics kill-
ing each other in Ireland, and
whatever the real reasons for
their hatred they are convinced
it is the difference in their In-
terpretation of Christianity. And
I am convinced that William
F. Buckley's latest column in
last Sunday's Herald, that was a
hymn to the righteousness of
the last bombing of North Viet-
nam stems from his view of
the issue as really that of pro-
tecting the Catholics from the
heathens.
THERE IS much debate, and
some divisiveness. in Jewish cir-
cles over the implications of the
campaign of "Calling our Con-
tinent to Christ in '73." more
commonly known as "Key '73."
I would assume that the obvi-
ous thrust of my opening para-
graphs would be labeled by
Rabbi Henry Siegman as "ac-
cusatory and hostile" and bor-
dering "On the hysterical." The
executive vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America
made that charge in an inter-
esting exchange with leaders of
two secular organizations in the
latct Issue of Congress Bi-
Weekly.
To Rabbi Siegman. the threat
to Jewish survival in mode n
ety do..- not come from such
movements as "Kej 73
"it comes ii -tend from rell
indifference, from the a
ment8 ol a se ular and
\- n mati
fa he believes that an in-
tensely Christian environment
can make for a more traditional
Jew i-h society.
FOR RABBI Solomon Bern-
ard, director of the Department
of Interreligiotis cooperation of
the Anti-Defamation Legue. and
Rabbi Marc Tannenbaum, who
fills a similar iwst for the
American Jewish Committee,
the position of Rabbi Siegman is
labeled variously as "irrespon-
sible" and "potentiallv divisive
and damaging'" to the Jewish
community. They particularly
take issue with his view of their
efforts in interfaith dialogue, a
dim one to put it mildly. As
Rabbi Tannenbaum jnjts it:
"Hie Christian community i for
l>oo years) has had a "Chris-
tian understanding of Judaism,'
and for the most part it has
!>een negative and hostile." It
is only within the last 30 years
of dialogue that a growing num-
ber of Christians have begun to
appreciate Judaism as a imma-
nent living faith community. Be-
cause the evangelical Christians
associated with "Key '73" is the
last group in need of education.
Rabbi Tannenbaum supports the
need for a frontal attack on it
by the secular agencies.
In a recent sermon whi h
created a great deal of local
interest several thousand re-
prints of it have been made
available because of requests
Rabbi Joseph Narot took a po-
sition which wouM Mem to agree
With both sides. Like Rabbi
nan, he believes thai few
Jews will he lost by the i
-' effort "So ne -if our
I titj
It ms, bm eonvi rsion to Chris-
ty is not on of th
' ;>
. rj
and hostile" in chal meth-
by EDWARD (!0HB
ods which make direct ap
to Jews. He read a letter
to three prominent local
which stated that their na
(obviously Jewish ones) >
called personalty in prayer ti ai
you may recognize the lea li
ship of God iti the year to con*
promised to send a copy i
New Testament and ended w '
"Yours Through Christ."
A BTI'DV OF the Temp e
reel High School depart
showed that tiO per cent ol
students had recently been i
proached by one kind of I
tian missionary activity oi
other on public school e,roun.:-
My opening paragraph- wi
meant to go beyond the limits >
the concerns which have U'
expressed publicly thus far
American Jewish leaders
think Rabbi Narot tells what
is we really fear, and wh '
these key 1973 newspaper Iti
warn us:
We remember the last
years of frequent and relentless
missionary campaigns arnoi
We remember the ages whi n
Jews were forced to hear
mons urging them to cor.'1''
We remember the crusa:
which wi re occasion-
the plunder ind pill lge of- ''
ih communities. W# renV
th'- Snanish Trmilsition which
exili I Jew- and burned them at
the stake in the name of the
faith And. of course, we
member the Nazi holo :>':-'
which Drought <> million of our
to their untimely
while Christianity, overwl
I wa silent a! b *1
i'h Hitler at worst'
T k lew "i il convpi -
... ,- H't '' "
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lewjsh hijrtory but '
history of our times.


Friday, February 16, 1973
-Jenisli FloridRair)
Japanese PR Campaigning
Fights Anti-Boycott Drive
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B.v Special Report
J;ip;m An- Lines has adopte I a
; ublic u latioiu program to mask
continuing participation in the
Aral) eo noiriic boycott ol Israel,
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nal B'rith charged this week.
Japan Air Lines lias consistently
refuse i in establish mutual land-
ing rights with the Israeli airline
F Al.
According to the League, JAI.
- novs trying to neutralize adverse
publicity it received from protest
demonstrations by ADL. B'nai
B'rith, the Jewish War Veterans
and other Jewish organisations at
the airline's offices in cities
throughout the United States.
Lawrence Peirez, chairman of
ADL's national civil rights com-
mittee, gave these examples:
Announcement b.v a Japanese
Embassy official in Tel Aviv of a
cultural expansion program" in
Israel.
Announcement that a JAL "in-
formational office" will open
'-soon" in Tel Aviv.
Attempts by Japanese officials
in Israel, thus far in vain, to hire
public relations firms to project a j
positive image of Japanese trade
relationships with Israel.
Attempts by JAL to place travel
ads In B'nai B'rith's "National
Jewish Monthly" and other Anglo-
Jewish publications.
Coupled with these actions. Mr.
Peire/ said, was a false announce-
ment by the Japanese Embassy
that Japan and Israel are conduct-
ing talks on mutual airline landing
rights. In denying the Japanese
Ftatement. Israel said its most
recent request to Japan for mutual
landing rights early in 1972 has
.till not been answered.
Mr. Peirez and Arnold Forster,
general counsel of ADL, said the
Japanese Kmbassy seems to be
parroting JAL's stalling tactics
and doubletalk." They said "meet-
ings and exchanges of corre-
spondence with the airline to se-
cure mutual landing rights have
been going on for more than five
jears and have been totally un-
productive."
They said that demonstrations
will continue at JAL offices, in
I.os Angeles Monday, followed by
others at the airline's offices in
San Francisco. Washington. D. I
I and elsewhere.
Demonstrations spearheaded by
League have already been held
it JAL offices in New York Phil-
adelphia. Miami and Atlanta.
"Their purpose," Mr. Peirez said.
"Is informational to make the
| general public aware of the facts.
We want everyone to know the
truth about the airline's partici-
pation in the Arab boycott of
Israel."
Nissan Motor Company reixirts
Yitzhok Peretz Topic
At Oneg Shabbos
The "Oneg Shabbos" of the
David Pinski Club will present a
iiterary and musical program on
Friday, at 8 p.m.. at the Ida
Fisher School Cafeteria.
L. I,asavin, author and lecturer,
v. ill speak on the Yiddish classic
writer, Yitzhok Leibush Peretz;
Hilda Zucker, folk singer, in a
group of Yiddish and Hebrew
gongs, accompanied by Paul Yan-
ovsky on the mandolin, and Kleizer
Hi Herman, in selected readings
from famed Yiddish writers.
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+Jeist fkrkftor
Friday. February 16, 1973
Apartment House Residents Receive
State of Israel Scroll of Honor
Lchrman Gets Technion Award
The State of la "11 of
I ill be awai :- ray
T :* :c at ? ca11 Nicb* In bra
or. Thursday, Feb. 22. 7.30 pjn. at
tr,< Plaza West A artel lisf-
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Tht r enii .
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1 ri 1 it the 1 l 11 -
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htti A.-sn. Ir, Denver, she
rf of B'nai B'rith
ident of the >'
Council of Cbai ti -
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: civic nr. i char -
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Opens in North Miami Beach
an Isi
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Dr. Ir.ing Lchrman. rabbi 'f
Temple Emanu-KI in Miami Beach.
tne Albert Einsti in
tward of the Ami 1 lean So letj
- Israi i Institute "l
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hich nf'ed this week
. t the A 1 Hotel.
:.- \ FH I -ti i. chairman
.f Foo : Fail presei ted a plaqi 1
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broad spectrum >! science and
lechnoln ry
Its canjius. which {rev :
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afforded at honip.
-it city of Haifa.
Rabbi Kelmaii Talks Sunday
At Emanu-EI Coffee Forum
Dr. Wolfi
the Rabbinica
Ass ri
tr> talimT it B t> U STV. aUUSi!
Guehi GUI In Concert
1 Gill, vocalist will a
Sanctuary of Temple ^inai
' North Dado on Sunday evening
s i>art of in. synagogue's Fine
Arts Series. Miss Gill who was
appointed by th-- Israeli G
inent as its official "Good Will
Ambassador "! Song" has per-
forated in major cities throug
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Friday, February 18, 1973
Dr. Abram Sachar Renews
Channel 2 History Series
"Events an? not just happenings;
ttv y'rt consequences."
It one doesn't understand the
charting the incredible events
of the 20th century. The series ia
based on the course. "History o?
the Contemporary- World." which
i Dr. Sachar taught lor .nore than
10 yean while president at Bran-
deis.
During his years as president of
Brandeis. Dr. Sachar insisted on
being a "teaching president." He
felt that it was a productive way
of staying in touch with students.
"If you're a swivel-chair executive
and just sit behind the desk and
administer, you can be out of
touch with youngsters very quick-
ly. Not only does their vocabulary
change from one college genera-
tion to another but their mores
change as well," he said.
Dr. Sachar was one of the pio-
neers of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation movement which be-
iran at the University of Illinois
where he was on the history' fac-
ulty, and which is now established
on more than 250 campuses in the
United States and Europe.
During World War II. Dr
Sachar was a commentator on con-
temporary affairs over radio sta-
tions in Chicago and New York,
may be m danger of setting in mo- His books include "A History of
n a"w ,"'>,.uable cham "{ the Jews." now in its fifth edition
events that will have an impact ,lm, ^ imi He is a Ft.1Imv
M.i only on your life but on ,)f (hp ^.^^ Acadomy of Arts
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C< vequences of one's actions, one
This i- the viewpoint o! Dr Ah-
Sachar chancellor of Brandeis j
iversity On "The Course of out
es," Di Si 'har leads viewers
' tl ngrled '"' nt- of the
and Sciences and serves on th-1
U.S. Advisory Commission in In-
ternational and Cultural Affails
He has reo ived honorary degrees
:. ore 19 universities.
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! step oj step show- dency at Brandeis. the universitj
h a intricately each step is ''" froni standing start in th<
,1 ademic world to among the first
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mnel 2 Tuesday at 7 p.m. I: I pleted master physical plan, a dis-
v if new group of program-, Dr
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ol contemporary history beginnini
iii! juished faculty, and a quality
student body.
The Course of our Times i> be-
\Oh the destruction of Nazi anCjing made available on WFBT bv
Faasjsl power, and moving or.
i ouuh thf late '60s and the
V :nam War.
Dr. Sachar belives that "historj
i' .King material" isolated in-
(-ent- which h.1 has put togcthei
Wine Testing Party
cingle Parents of Miami Beach
v have a wine tasting party
V Inesda.". si 8:30 p.m. in the
-hingtun Federal on Normandy
I Cheese and Italian bread will
jerved. All singles from 2j to 48
.. invited.
an underwriting erant from Leon-
ard and Marorie Wein and Charles
Goldstein.
Ben Essen Guest
At Breakfast
For 73 CJA-IEF
Ben Essen, local attorney, will
be the featured speaker at the an-
nual breakfast meeting at Sea-
coast Towers North. Sundav, Feb i
18.
The breakfast is being held on .
behalf of the Greater Miami Jew-1
Lsh Federation"* 1973 CJA-IEF
iiampaiirn, accordinig to Hyman
Rubin, breakfast chairman.
Essen, who is past chairman of
the CJA-IEF residence and high
ise division, will speak on the I
necessity of expanding the 22 lo-
al agencies and services whicit
are beneficiaries of Federation's
annual CJA-IEF campaign.
Cochairmen of the breakfast n-
ilude Allan Baker. Sam Beckman,
Sam Berwowitz, Leo Cowan, CT i
once Edeknan, Mrs. Shirle) Fish-
man, Mrs. Lillian Frunkes, Irving
firaubart, Dr. Morn- Greenspan,
Mrs. May Hartman, Harry Her-
man. Mrs, Harry Herman, Murray
Hochman, Charles Kanter, Mrs.
Ruth Leff, Mrs Betty Levey, Sam-
uel Liebman, Ben Markowitz, Sam-
uel Polinsky, Mrs Hyman Rubin.
Ben Shoostine, Milton Sussman,
Sam Waxman. Max Weitz and
Mi. Max Weitz.
Prime Minister Golda Meir
To Address Bond Conference
Continued from l':i- 1-A
Israel's government since the establishment of the Country's
independence in 1948. The only woman among the 36 signers of
Israel's proclamation of independence, she has vrved as ambas-
sador to the Soviet Union. Minister of Labor, and Minister for
Foreign Affairs.
Born in Russia 75 years ago, Mrs. Meir was brought to the
United States as a young child and grew up in Milwaukee, when'
she taught school. Vitally concerned with the movement to es-
tablish a Jewish homeland on the ancient soil of Israel. she
settled there as a pioneer on a farm community 50 years ago
Her leadership qualities soon propelled her into the political
arena as a spokesman for the cause of an independent State of
Lsrael.
More than 2,000 American and Canadian Jewish leaders are
expected to participate in the conference activities on the eve
of what promises to be the most far-reaching Bond campaign
since the inception of the drive in 1951.
Mr. Bernstein pointed out that the number of immigrants to
Israel last year totaled 56.000 representing an increase of 33 per
cent over the 42.000 who came to Israel in 1971, while the immi-
gration of Russian Jews more than doubled from 15.000 in 1971
to 32.000 last year.
He emphasized that Lsrael looks to Israel Bonds to Increase
the sale of Bonds this year from the record total of more than
S270 million in 1972. which was an all-thne record, to $360 mil-
lion, representing a rise of 33 per cent These additional develop-
ment funds are vitally important in creating jobs for the new-
comers and maintaining Israel's economic strength in the strug-
gle for peace, he said.
Admission to the inaugural dinner with Prime Minister Go! I
Meir is based on a purchase of $2,500 or more in Israel Bonds
for 1973. Reservations and further information may be obtair .
by contacting the Israel Bond Conference Headquarters at t'v
Barcelona Hotel.
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Friday. February 16, 1973
+Jewist fhridirkr
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Internal! Leaders Head Committee
For Israel Tribute to Sam Rothberg
Canada and hurope have been Bond chairman; Harold J. Gokien-
I erg. chairman of the national
campaign executive committee;
David Granofsky, Montreal chair-!
SAMUU kOTHBWG
named as officers of the inter-
national committee of sponsors of
Isiael's 25th anniversary- dinner
in tribute to Sam Rothberg, gen-
eral chairman and a founder of the
Israel Bond Organization, it was
announced by Ira Guilden. presi-
dent of Israel Bonds; Louis H '
Poyar. chairman of the board of
governors, and Jacob M. Ar\ey.
honorary chairman of the Chicago
liond Program, who are serving as
chairmen of the tnimte committee.
Prime Minister Golda Meir will
address the inaugural dinner
launching the 1973 worldwide cam-
paign for Israel Bonds and will
participate in the tribute t" Mr.
Rothberg on Saturday evening,
March ."..
Thr honorary chairmen of the
international tribute committee
include Allan Bronfman, president
of Canada-Israel Securities'*! Israel
Bonds p; Max M. Fisher, honorary
general chairman of the I'JA and ,
chairman of-.-the board of gover- i
nors of the Jewish Agency in ;
Israel; Baron Edmond de Rotii- !
child, head of the Israel Bond
Campaign in Europe; Edward Gins-
berg, president of the UJA; Dr. |
Joseph J. Schwartz, former vice
president of Israel Bonds, and Jack
D. Weiler, secretary-treasurer Israel Bonils.
Leo Bernstein, executive vice:
president of Israel Bonds, who
joined in the announcement, said
that tin International tribute com-
mittee, which is still in formation.
would include as co-chairmen:
Henry Biatt. national chairman of
Israel Bonds in Canada; I.eonard
Goldfine, national chairman of
trustees of Israel; Mrs. Jan Peerce,
national chairman of the Women's
Division, ami Julian B. Venc/ky.
national chairman for Regions.
Associate chairmen of the com-
mittee are: Dr. Seymour Alpert.
chairman of the national medical
division of Israel Bonds: Amnon
Barness. international chairman
Of the corporate program of Israel
Bonds; Richard J. Klrod. Chicago
Bond chairman; William J. Feld-
stein. Midwest regional bond chair-
man; Laurence M. Frank. South-
man.
Also Rabbi Leon Kronish. chair- ;
man of the National Rabbinic
Cabinet of Israel Bonds; Dr. Irving
I.ehrman. chairman of the Miami
Israel Bond board of governors; \
Donald Lipman. Toronto chair- |
man; Sidney Lipshy, Southwest
Regional Bond chairman; Joseph j
Meyerhoff. co-chairman of the ''
I'alm Beach committee and mem-
l>er of the Baltimore advisory I
board; Samuel Neaman. Greater'
New York chairman; Neil J. Norry. i
Chairman of the New Leadership
Division of Israel Bonds.
And Raymond G. Perelman. co-
< hairman of the national campaign
executive committee: Philip S.
Seltzer, Philadelphia chairman; '
George Shapiro, Boston chairman;
Robert Smith, chairman of the
Washington. D. C, Israel Bond
board of governors and chairman
of institutional purchases; Bernard
Striar of Newark, member of the
national camnaign executive com-
n.ittee; and Benjamin II. Swig, ,
state chairman of Northern Call- |
fornia.
'Reverse' Quotas
Investigated Here
Marvin I. Krantz was elected
vice president, personnel. Wo
metco Enterprises, Inc., at the
company's board of director?
meeting recently. Mr. Krantz
joined Wometco in 1970 as di-|
rector, employee relations. '
Previously he was vice presi-
dent employee relations, GAC
Properties, Inc., and director,
employee relations, Jerrold
Corporation. Mr. Krantz is a
member o{ the Greater Miami
Personnel Assn. and the Amer-
ican Society ol Personnel Ad-
ministrators.
Continued from m^e I-A
affirmative action plan which
appears discriminatory in its
effect, in that it indicates the
administration of the school in-
tends to consider the minority
group status of faculty members
as part of the criteria for mak-
ing judgments on whom to
retain during the school's cur-
lent efforts to reduce its staff."
"Considering race, religion,
national origin, or sex in decid-
ing who should be terminated
would be discriminatory and un-
lawful," according to Burton
Young, chairman of ADL's ex-
ecutive committee of the Florida
Regional Board.
Last week. Mr. Teitelbaum
and George Bernstein, vice chair-
man of the Florida ADL exec-
utive committee, had a meeting
with Peter Maslko, president of
Miami-Dade. and several mem-
bers of his administrative staff.
Purpose of that meeting was
to discuss the complaints ADL
had received, along with the
League's concern over the Col-
lege's affirmative action plan.
Mr. Bernstein said the meet-
ing involved a "frank exchang*
ot views." but said he would
withhold further comment until
the League's leadership had an
opportunity to assess their dis-
cussions.
Reacting to similar complaints-
involving Florida's State Uni-
versity system, Mr. Teitelbaum
and Richard Essen, a member
of ADL's Florida executive com-
mittee, recently traveled to Tal-
lahassee to make a presentation
before the Council of Presidents
of the State Universities.
As a result, the League re-
| reived assurances from Robert
I Mautz. Chancellor of the State
i University System, that Florida's
universities would not engage in
' quotas or preferential treatment
in employment of college ad-
j missions.
Mr. Teitelbaum said that ra-
I cial or religious quotas, or pro-
portlonal representation in em-
i ployment or colleges, would
I destroy the concept of equal
opportunity based on individual
i merit.
COUNT
Briekman Jurors
Reach Mistrial
Two days of testimony and o
day of deliberation ended in a
mistrial for Frank Briekman. Mi-
ami Beach kosher food inspector
for the past 20 years.
The 72-year-oW Briekman main-
tained his Innocence of an extor-
tion charge brought in Federal
Court here, and the 12-member
Jury couldn't reach a verdict any
more decisive than a split vote.
Mr Briekman denied ever re-
ceiving any of $400 which New
York meat jcker Jerome Kurs
claimed he gave the municipal in-
spector "so that I could do busi-
ness in Miami Beach."
A parade of character witnesses
testified for Mr. Brick-man. and
tvo date was set for a new trial.
And Joe Malek has far more experience than any other candidate.
He's a past president of the Young Democratic Club of Miami Beach,
past exalted roler of the Beach Elks Lodge, a director of the Mizrachi-
Religious Zionists, director of the South Shore Hospital, executive com-
mittee member of the Hebrew Academy, active for JNF,
Israel Bonds, B'nai B'rith, Optimists, etc. Joe Malek is former Vice Mayor
of our city, has practiced law here for 25 years, is a University of Miami
graduate and admitted to U.S. Supreme Court practice. Yes, he's got the
experience.
Lever
2A
KUn-i .lo<
MALEK
Tuvs.Mk'JO


Fcge 10-A
+Jmist> Dcrkiiar,
Friday. February 16. 1973
*/ r^abbi J""Wa*r#
\from
?L< Ttp
' r.-vu .:
...-- : i. .-
I :.'.:.. .a**'. |
G-d The Sanctuary Israel
kahjbi JONAH CAPLAN
Rabbi Caplan
And there i in the Sanctuary >
1 will meet with the children of
2-.ael and it shall be sanctified
by my glory
. And I will
dwell among the
children of Is-
rael and I w!H
be their G-d.
And they shall
know that I Bir-
th" Lord Iheii
l d that
brought them
out "f the Ian '
:>. thai I
m igh 1 d w e !'
among them, I
the Lord their G-d." (Exodus
_. 43-46)
In the three passages above
red th re are three i-i-t'n.t
sons i be derived therefrom.
The first is that thi syna
i sanctuary is the meeting place
tyeen G-d and the children ol
Is ael when they come to worship
study. In the sanctuary th
mec ting of minds, so to spe <'-
n G-d and the children o:
id meet. Th.' sanctuary i- a
>< conducive for such a meet-
i
The so ond l< sson tells us that
- | i esenci is n t confined to
-. ic. The synagogue is a
alysl Which brings the Divin<*|
- nc down on earth and cati sea
to dwell among the peoole. When
chi'dren of Israel seek out |
C-.l. the Lord will come to dweD
ong them The worshipoers
the themselves with sanctitv
in the synagogue and earn- away
: sanctity with them to their
homes and into the streetfeJewish'
life is sanctified because a meet-'
in*r took place between G-d and
hi* children in the sanctuary.
The third lesson we take from
the third passage above-quote 1.
identifies our knowledge of G-d
with the history of our people W
came to know G-d through our
experiences in history. We felt His
presence and saw His miracles
when he took us out of Egypt. He
has guarded us and preserved usii
darkest moments when wo
stood it the brink of disaster and
oblivion. The rebirth of the Stato
of brae! in our times is another
manifestation that G-d dwells in
our midst and that He is our pro-
tectoi and our saviour.
The exodus of our peo] fron
Russia is another nanifestation of
G-d's miracles on behall of his r*
' pie. Indeed we proclaim thai H
i- our G-d l>ecaiie we know He
took us out of the lai I of Egj pi
and stood by us until this very
day.
Musical Virtuosi To
IlJiihli^hl New Season
Nathan Milstein, Yehudi Menu-
hin and Gina Bachauer, inter-
nationally famed musical virtuosi.
nlus soprano Kenata Scotto. tenor
.Tames King and baritone Mario
Sereni are announced by Alain
Lombard, music director of the
Miami Philharmonic, to be among
the major highlights of the 1973-74
Season at Gasman Philharmonic
Hall.

iKaobinical %/ttii
evision
V,
rocfram*
IVb. 18
Ch. 10 9 30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host Rabbi Tibor Stein
F*b. 18 Ch 4 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Church and the City"
Guests: Father David Russell and Rev William
Willis
Feb. 18 Ch. 7 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Hast: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
ITJ JewUh Telesrrapliii- tm v i
Why is the evening prayer
called "MaariV?"
The Hebrew word for evening Is
"erev." Thus, the evening prayer
is called by the word from the
same root. Hence, the name
"Maariv" is the name for the eve-
ning prayer. The word "erev"
iii.iii s from a root meaning "to
in \." When the sun passes the
m Ipoinl of the meridian ii I
to decline going westwai l and tin
day begins to contain shad **s
Thus tin.- day "mixs" with th-
night until the night takes
3o I k ' ri'\ "as tig a stale ol
an '. mfusiiin Tl em -
t ire ol .' and shadow In a i
e confusion. The in-
i le in dai kness dw elops a i
tain fi clir : insi ci rity In the
ina ? the
in inl the
S h a i \' cr pnee sui v s for
i c t:i '. d< ee of I ith an I re-1
issuranci t" be e> essi d i
t to the Almighty.
Why is the morning prayer !
railed "Shaeharlth?"

is "Shachar." This expression
ci m< from a root m ai in
;'ear "hrl -lit etc In contt i
dit*nction to the even nc shadi
>f confusion th" morning engend-l
era a progressive degree of i aritj
light Therefore, the m
prayers are called "Sha rharith' |
because they are recited in a pei I I
where the Hght is increasing At
such a stage, prayer is in order. I
First of all. man should take!
advantage of the clarity to search j
for the Almighty and to under-
stand Him.
sometimes dazzled bv brightness
which can often blur his vision of
truth. At such a time he certainly
needs to be helped by the Al-
mighty. Man often needs God dur-
ing the light of success as much as
in the shadow of failure.
mi ahu
A U A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Arcn. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19tti Ave.!
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshal Taxay. Cartor Sol
Pakowitx. 2
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N Kendall
Or. S Miami Reform. Rabhi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative rtatlbl Irving A Wen.
gart. Cartor William W. Larson. 4
Frlda> i. ii South P.v'i
. I I I. '.! 11
s. 'u< !. i am
u > Mum .ih ';- -"ii '
Mr and Mrs I:
BETH
dox.
EL. 500 SW '7'.h Ave
Rabbi H. Rothman,
Ortho-
5
BETH KOPESM. ,101 SW 12th ve.
Modern Trad'tior.nl Rabbi Max Sha-
piro Caetor Lecn Segai 6
n
John
. I "
11
Vftioi -' Shabbat
hosleil b> Mn
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BETH tov trample) 64*8 SW 8th
St. Co"srrv.i*.'ve. Rab CNirl-s
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hi'.kes 8
ISRAEL (Temple OF GREATER Mi.
am> 137 NE l
Joseph R Narot.
Krhlu) D n
.... j
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonila Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phmeae Weberman.
Cantor Leo Hadln JO
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S45
Collins Ave Rabbi Sadl Nahmias 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1S-
44 Washington Av. Rlbbi Avrohom
Groner.
NORTH BAY-VILUAGE JEWISH
CENTER 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. Nurth Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can.
tor Murray Vavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi.
am- Bach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai c-->:-'->v'
NORTH MUm.' BEACH
ADATH YESHLRLN (Templel. 1029
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnaky. Cm-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. M
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
3lvl Conservative. RabH Max L .'-
schitr. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
B'NAi rAPEL 14B1 NW ItSrfJ St.
Oone-v.i?'ve Kabbl Victor O.
Zweliing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 39
Furthermore, man is | Xusn'SSU'l
ISRAELITE CtNTEt 3175 SW 25tii
St. Conaerva Ivi Rabbi -.iui J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan PrnaS. 11
I v ; m
I I -. h ill I-.
Ihe Servlci of 0-l Sii u
i m I'M '. i" i
lh< V\ nk
OR OLOM (lemple- 8758 SW 16th
St. Cnnserv.itive. Rabbi Ell ot
Wmogr.-.J. Cantor Ntijuda Bmy.i-
min. 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Ral-bi Maurice
Klain. i4
Pridav v i i i'- !:. ist- in
will dliiciii
.mil K'hal ili- DUloll ah iuld be
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ZION (Templel. S0C0 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 18
Pridas I p.fn s.-:ni ipie Ah-i-j
ami Objective* Balurda) 9 am liar
th. win '! I'r .mil Mi
RINAI tniiim NORTH DAOE
\c 22nd 'v* R'orm. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsiey. Can'or |rv -a
thiilicaa *7
v -mnii Im 'Mv
II. ^ .... ,
f Mr and Mn
Mrvel p .it.,-
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SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18111 NE
"its Ave. OrthcJoa Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
----
YOI'NG ISRAFl op GREATER Ml.
AVI 90 NE 171st St Orthodox.
Rabbi Zali"ri Konowjuy. 39
i'
.
SYNOPSIS Of THt WtlKLt 10*M fOsTTr0#J
Tetzaveh
"Anil thou shalt command the children of Israel that they
brine; unto thee pure oil. beaten for the light ." (Gen. 27:
'0-30-101
HRIESTLY GARMENTS: Aaron and his sons, Nadab and
Abihu. Eleazar and Ithamar, were chosen by God to serve as
orients. One of th"ir functions was to keep the lamps of the
Menorah burning continually in the sanctuary, the oil for the
lamps being provided by the members of the general community.
When officiating in the sanctuary, all the priests were to wear
special garments, but Aaron, as high priest, was to be robed in
distinctive vestments made by skilled craftsmen: the Ephota
short garment worn around the body under the arms, reaching
down to the waist and made of the same material as the curtains
and veil of the tabernacle with the addition of golden thread
woven into the fabri?; the Breastplate of Judgment a piece of
similar material doubled over at the bottom to form a pouch
about nine inches square with the upper part fastened by two
joklen chains to the shoulders of the Fphod, and the lower by
two golden rfns-s bound by threads of blue to two rorrespondin
rings in the Ephod; the Robe of the Ephod a large sleeveless
sarment worn underneath the Ephod made entirely of blue ma-
terial with an owning at the top. (to allow it to be drawn over
Ihe head > reinforced by a border of woven work to prevent tear-
ing, and a fringe adorned with pornesranate-shaped bells of richly
colored material, alternating with gOaden bells: the Mitre a
turlan of linen, to th" front of which a p'ate of jnire gold was
attached, engraved with the words "H0I3 to the Lord." Aaron's
other garment* consisted of a woven tunic, girdle and breeches,
all made of linen.
CONSECRATION OF THE PRIESTS: The consecration of
Aaron and his sons was confirmed: Aaron was arrayed in his robes
by Mosrs and his head was anointed with oil. Various sacrifices
were brought for atonement and d dicatkm and a number of sym-
bolic rituals were performe i These rites were related daily for
-even days.
Isaac Stern In
Concert With
I'hi Hi a 1-11101 lie
Isaac Stern, violin virtuoso, will
unnear in concert with the Miami
Philharmonic, Sunday and Mon-
day. Feb. 18 ami 19, at Gasman
Philharmonic Hall, and on Wed-
nesday. Feb. 21. at Miami Beach
\uditorinm. All three concerts be-
gin at 8:30 p.m.
Under the direction of Alain
Lombard. Stern will perform an
all-Tchaikovsky program.
Born in Kriminiesz. Russia, in
1920, Isaac Stern was brought to
San Francisco by his parents when
less than one year old. Launching
his studies with the piano at the
age of six, he switched two years
to violin. As president of Carnegie
Hall, Stern led the drive to save
that historic landmark. He is a
member of the National Arts Coun-
c il. and president of the America-
Israel Cultural Foundation.
MIAlfAN
i TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek 18
i l'riii.i> 8:13 pin. Brotherhood Sab-
1 linth. <:u**st apaaker, Father Prank
I ('I.auxhlin of 81 John th. Aooalli
Church o( Hiii.-.ih will Kpaak n
J "Brotherhood and I'miv
HOKfH MIAMI
JBETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
Mi AMI BMCH
AOUDATH "SRAEL 71101 Carlvle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. IB
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BETH JACOB 301 Waehinoton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Snmaryahu T. Sviir.
shy. Cantor Maurice Mamchas 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1845 Jef-
foreon Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Braeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Lean Kronish.
Cantor David C'-vleer. 21
C0PAI 6MU3
JUDRA (Templei. 55C0 GrinaHa Blvd.
Pef.,rf Rab^i Morris Kiporr 40
Friday fl I. -- #r-
, || l |4f||
,....: m \.
ilr.'U v,.. i v. i M; ~ [:, i .1
Merman
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zsmora Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
11
Krlda) l". p.m. Baa Ultavah: Krau.
daiwntar \u nd Mr- John Wr-
iter Saturday B !" m vvrf n
i. m Bar HllBvah: Mark. t*.>n oi l*v.
and Mrs Irwln l.lithte-roan
SUtfSIDt
MOOAN DAVID CO^iGREGATlON.
9!4g Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac O. Vine SO
ETH TFILAH.
thodox. Rabbi
afcy.
35 Euclid
Joseph E.
Ave. Or-
Rackov-
22
- ... .
Kahlii Silver In
Coffee, Culture
Temple Program
Rabbi Samuel M. Silver, radio
and TV personality, former Army
'haplain. and columnist, will lie
featured speaker of Beth Sholom's
"Coffee. Culture and Conversa-
tion" program on Sunday in the
temple auditorium, according to
James S. Knopke. chairman of the
program.
Rabbi Silver, who is the spiritual
eader of Temple Sinai in Stam-
ford, Conn., will speak on his book.
"How To Enjoy This Moment."
Rabbi Silver will be joined by
his wife. Flaine. concert pianist,
and graduate of the Juillard School
of Music.
BETH YOBEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Maarlah Melamed. 23-A
jEMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Artier. 24
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Oroaa. M
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CONO. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Ster
Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
KNESETH ISRAEU. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. z?
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MENORAH (Tompsoi. 020 Tath St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owlta. Cantor N.co Feldman. 2
fMdai .U i>.m Ilal Mitzvah: Mari-
lyn, daughter of Mr and Mra Henry
t.rnn. Saturday a m Bar Miiavnh-
}V?n- n ol Mr and Mrs. Krne^t
' >lda k.
HER TAMIO (TempTiT. aoth St and
Tatum Waterway. Conaarvativa.
Rahhi Euaene Labovilz. Cantor Ks
ward Klein. n
FORT LAUDfSDAlf
BETH ISRAEL < Tom pie). 71O0 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
BriHiant. Cantor Maurice Nau. 42
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FMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrama. Can'o- laraana Klemont. 49
F0MPAN0 BIACM
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 810>
NW 9th St.
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SHOLOM ITimeK). 132 SE 11th Ava
Conaarvativa. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo
Jacob Dannger 44
HAUANDAlf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTeR
(Conservative). 418 NE 8th Ava.
Rabbi Harry C. SchwarU, Canto*.
Jacob Danalger.
IrOUTWOOO
BETH EL rrajmsM). t351 S. 14th Ava
Reform. R ibbi Samual Jaffa. 4a
Friday 8:15 o m I>r Jaffe vi-ll o.-ak
on 'How Balavant is our R.-furm Ju
dalatnT" Saturdnv 11 am. B:i Mlta-
vah: i:.ni-.'. dalHthter of Mr. and Kru.
l>avid Oreani
ETH SHALOM (Temple). 4801 Ar-
thur St. Conaarvativa Rabin Morton
Valjvsky Cantor Irving Gold. 44
SINAI (Tempiei. 1201 Johnaon ?
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda HaittM-avn. 47
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TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conaarvativa.
310 SW. 82nd Avenue, H oily wood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) S'OD
Sheridan Street. Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frailr.
MIKAMAM
ISRAEL (Templa). 6920 SW 35th 8t-
Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom Draain.
Cantor Abraham Koeter. 44)
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Askew To Get Honor
At Seminary Dinner
J-oac^Floridiaiw ineluiins; Goy.
Ravbin OD. Askew an- among
li.c Kovorn'nont. businc.^ anl com-
GOV. RtUBiN ASKEW
munity leaders who will be cited
li> The Jewish Thei logica Sem
j ol America a: its 14th an-
>;, iti in an I d nn r here
Fob. 28.
Col. Jar-ob M. Arvey of Chica jo
a long-tin e inter r -sid -til
Miami Boa h kvho is a ranking
on ili.- national oo'.iti '
\- er\'" i~ rhaii man n
;!:t ii.inii r committee.
GOV \-' < I i '!'
S "iri.1! -,'- 1!pi i H I
M I,' one ol its hi?he-
.-. The award was prosenti :
I two \ ar .'(' to Sen A II >:
K St \ ison HI of lllinol
S ". Ma ai ''t Chase Smith
<.:" Maine.
Th oi'i r th F'oH I' mi- m i'
the S.....i a- n National
('c mmuniU Servico Award. The'v
' >avid I. B nstock o! Warn1
.!,. nanU
t- Hirer; J ph M Drexler <>
fii : th Miami B *ch, an accountant
1 onard VV. Fi i> I-
Ian of Mi i '' an executive
Fm Fair Ston s
Thi- Communit) Sei vice Award
also will -: to Paul Borman .:
T> Iroit, Herbert K. Cummings of
(i .,.,.;,, Morris Frutchmin of
; o and H. Wayne Tanenbaum
<,f Toronto.
Gov. Askew will receive tho
K'h.rs Medal at the convocation, a
mid-afternoon academic assembly
that wi'l t- place in Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
The others will receive their
awards at the dinner at the Dip-
lomat Hotel 44\rIIeiiyMi'iKi. Admir-
start at ;; pan will b i free. Tic
kcts may lx- obtained at Temple
Kmanu-El.
The Convocation and dinner are
held to acquaint Jewish leaders
from across the country with th
Seminary's annual programs and
needs.
In addition to the award to Gov
Askew the convocation will heat
from Dr. Louis Finkelstoin, chan
cellor-emeritus of the JewNh Th
ological Seminary, who will do
liver the annual Samuel Friedland
lecture.
Hi- r r( -i n Cohen, Mi n -
!'..... confer the medal on Gov. Askew.
The : ivei ni wi'l li <..
"exemi lif ing the tradition of t1
late Herbert II Lehi nan. a four-
time governor of the State ol New
i ic World War li :
gene r the United Nations R
lief and Rehab'litation AdminU
It at Ion ami a U.S. senator, w ho
life- lot it was to anr>I> Hi
ethical and moral values of s_uir>-
ture to the evi rydaj lecisii i
ing pi ', ss
The Je i-'i Theolii ;ical
narj o! Vmeri a is the a i I
an I ii it .....nter of th- 'onsi
vat an h ol Judais n. P
ti a ns ra' '- rvl :io'i se*!"
tea I* -. antors, youth lead
and pi ofe< ii mal ivorkei Tor th
lewi The Si mir.ai y h i- sch ils
N w Yoi k I An and Jern
.'. ith 4 tits i era
Men stud>in for the rabl inal
nn oi lain? fo'low ini con etio
of id ate < >m: -i that "hi-
' i om a minirmi n o! fi .
maximum of six years
Purim B:iii<|url
To Mark Israel
\ntiivcrsrtrv 25
The Jacob C. Cohen Co nn' uii,<
Synagogue will celebrate t*v> 25t'
anniversary of the State o( i
: with a traditional P'i" s '
banquet Sunday. March 10 ;it noon
In the Kden Roc Hotel.
The affair will also honor Rabh
Abraham Weinschneider, rabV
emeritus of the congregation, now
living in Jerusalem, who will com.
here for the occasion.
Hen D Wilson, chairman, an-
nounces thai the evening will fea-
ture a traditional holiday meal
Reservations may bo made by
railing the synagogue office.
Visit Of Gen. Dori
In 1947 Recounted
Hyman J. Flietce) of Miami
'each, former national president |
r IVnai ls'rith Zion. this week
eraunted details of a visit to New
ork by the late Gen. Yakov ix>ii.
irmer pros.lent of Teehnion, in
1947.
At that time. Gen. Dori was
oinmander of the Haganah. and
as in the United States on a
. ,ar siii-.>iios for the Jewish forces
in Palestine.
Mr. Fllegel, chairman of the
leal committee of Shaare Torah
synagogue of Flatbush, a Brook-
'vn congregation, invited Gen.
Dori to open the Ark durinc the
om Kinpur senlees, a high re-
1 (clous honor, but he had to keep
hi Identity of the non-member
from the congregation, aside from
: the i abbl and a cousin of Gen.
)ori Man. q icstioned selection
a a non-member.
'It was a bad week, as l had
> m Inta'i his seerec until 'i "
i ii lefl for Palestine immediately
i tli UN pai tition resolul n
1 Nov. 29, 1947." Mr. Fleigel re-
al's. The slight i
,i nl "ii to be tiisi chiel of
t thi Is: acl !>< fen e Foro n I
i the victory ol the 19 18-19
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vJenisti fkxkJiain
Friday. February 16. 1973
i
Laurence Siegel, conductor o
the Senior Symphony, will bf
on the podium when Vincen'
Lopez, society orchestra lead-
er, guests at the free senio;
pops concert Monday. Feb. 19
at Miami Beach Auditorium at
7:30 p.m. Luz Morales, soprano,
o member of the Miami Opera
Co., and Mr. Siegel's wife will
be soloist.
Win. Schusel Is
New President Of
Executive Club
The Miami Beach Executives
rinb installed its new slate of j
officers Sunday night at the p
mericana Hotel before one of the E
lrgesi turnouts the club ha-s hail \
n many years,
Mayor Chuck Hall aeted as in-
talling officer and Ben Glller,
as1 president, was honoi-ee aiv1
ecipient of a plaque and a gifl
Yom the membeis.
Officers and board of governors
vho were installed for the ne\>
erm were: William J. Sehusel. '
resident: Dr. Murray Greenwald
ind Jerry Sail, vice presidents;
Chester Wynne, secretary, and '
Doug Priii'. treasure''.
Board oi governors headed by
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+Jewish fkridfctn
Pag 13- A
JNF Launches Silver Salute To Israel 25
A gala silver salute to Israel
will take place Sunday, Feb. 25 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel on the
occasion of the launching of the
first JNF Foundation Assembly
in Miami's history. The foundation
i- dedicated to amassing funds tor
the reclamation and afforestation
of the land of Israel through be-
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soi
Continued From rage 4-A
Democratic National Convention
in 1974. Valkyrie Westwood's
Charter Commission of 10>
ivcmbcrs will be enlarged to
150 members, again producing a
body with a pro-Strauss major-
ity.
Finally, there is the commit-
tee on delegate selection, also
set up by the McGovernites.
That one will be enlarged by 16
more merulx'is. including "at
least one person from every
state."' In all this there are
tun aims. One is to change the
rules that produced the pro-
McGovern convention of 1972.
"THE SPIRIT of the reforms"
Is to be retained along with a
good manv of the new rule*
used in 1972. But the rule
against "slating" delegations is
to go, and so is the so-called
quota system, which actually
prevented representation at Mi-
ami Beach of large numbers of
potential Democratic voters. As
to the "interim" convention, the
very idea of it Is loathsome to
99 per cent of Democrats who
now hold office. It will be trans-
formed into a brief. rubl>er-
stamp affair.
Meanwhile. Stewart Mott is
financing an organization of the
far-out McGovernite thinkers to
light these wicked, worldly at-
tempts to make the Democratic
Party into a winning party again.
But although Mott may spend
heavily, an'd Valkyrie Westwood
will surelv make the rafter-
rmg with protests, these people
,!.. not have the votes any longer.
Unfortunately, however, as
Bob StraUSS privately admits.
the Democrats' real trouble goes
much deeper than the damage
the McGovernites did to the
party structure. Chairman
Strauss is taking care of that
But he cannot take care of the
kind of Hohson's choice pre-
sented by the South, for ex-
ample.
ON THE ONE hand, only a
literal Democrat seems likely
to win the party's nomination.
On the other hand, a liberal's
mere nomination will anto-'i:>ii-
cally concede the whole South
or more than half of the
electoral votes needed to win
to the man the Republicans
nominate. And the reactions of
the South have now spread to
the crucial, formerly Demo
cratic blue-collar vote in the
North.
Several leading figures among
the Democratic liberals, nota-
bly Sen. Edward M. Kennedy,
have therefore begun to mull
over these painful problems.
Sen. Kennedy hopes the dire
busing issue will be de-fanged
by the Supreme Court. 'If this
does not happon. the rvmo-ratir
liberals will probably commit
unanimous hara-kiri, i Nonethe-
less, Kennedy realistically forc-
es that the Southern and blue-
collar voters will continue to
constitute a grim threat to his
party's liberal wing.
The real need is to put the
Democratic Party back where
it was in 19f>0 when President
Kennedy got a huge slice of
Southern electoral votes and
(DOS) of the Northern blue-collar
vote. This is terribly difticult.
however, because it will re-
quire the liberal Democrats to
reject even denounce, mosl oi
the fas*ronal>!e lojan-think by
which they have been earning
their fashionah'e applause.
Ala-, moreover fashionable
applause is very delightful.
quests, of wills, annuities, assign-
ments of insurance and other forms
ol giving. The announcement of
the conference was made by Dr.
Irving Lehrman, chairman of the
foundation of the JNF of Greater
Miami.
Gen. MordgcaJ, Gur will be
among the personalities who will
address the sessions of the as-
sembly. Meyer Pesin. national
president of the fund, Abram Sal-
omon, executive vice president; |
Herman L. Weisman, past JNFj
president and currently ZOA na-!
tional president: Dr. Aron Wein-
berger, assistant executive vice,
president; will l>e here from New-
York City to participate in the
assembly.
Miami figures representing the'
JNF Miami Council will include
Jay Dernier, president; Dr. lehr-
man; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. |
chairman, executive board; Judge i
Zev W. Kogan, president Southern
r. gion, and Abraham Grunhut, vice
president.
Gen. Gur was company com-
mander dining Israel's War of
Independence. After statehood, In-
served in the Nahal (pioneering
and fighting voutlri; was an of-
ficer of the paratroopers and led
the paratroopers brigade during'
the Six-Day War. participating in i
the liberation of the old city of i
Jerusalem.
After the war. he was appointed
military governor of the Gaza!
Strip and Northern Sinai, and
was promoted to the rank of Tat
Aluf i brigadier general". Prior to
his appointment as Defense and
Armed Forces Attache, he was
northern area commander.
The assembly will open with a
breakfast session to be followed
by a seminar on the various facets
of JNF Foundation activities. The
seminar will he followed by a
festive luncheon and the leminai
will conclude with a gala evening
session.
Judaism Council
Hits Attacks On
'Bridget9 Shoiv
By Special Report
Clarence L. Coleman. Jr.. pres-
ident of the American Council for
Judaism, this week denounced "the
effrontery of some Jewish groups
and leaders who arrogate to them-
selves the authority to speak for
.lix million American Jews." in
connection with an attack on the
popular television show, "Bridget
I oves Bernie."
Reacting indignantly to a Jewish
Spokesman charging the Columbia
Broadcasting System with "shock-
ing insensitivity to the religious
beliefs of Six million Americans."
Mr. Coleman said, "any American.
(if any or no religious faith, has
the inalienable r;ght to speak but
freely and critically on any aspect
ol American life which he finds
offensive to his personal convic-
tions."
"But he should make it un-
mistakably clear that he is exer-
cising his right either as an indi-
vidual American citizen or as the
representative of a limited, vol-
untary organization. There is no
such reality in American society-
today as a self-segregated enclave
of Jews, constituting the totality
of American Jewry, for whom any
Individual or group has ever had a
legitimate mandate to speak," he
asserted.
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Friday, February 16, 1973
As We Were Saying-.
By ROBERT E. SEGAI
Ganging Up On Television
QKKATKS OVER THE proposal to ban all or most
of the cun-tTh-rcMa's on children's television pro-
grams and husband-wife arguments ovaj- football .
domination of the TV screen on
certain Sunday* appear to be of
vita! importance. Hut such dis-
putes are really minor matters
when compared with the new lilc-
and-death struggle between the
awesome power of the government
and the will of the people wherein
i troni communication is con-
Cl I lied.
For some who worry about the power of tele-
vision (96 per cent ot American homes have sets
now i. threats voiced by Clay T. Whitehead, 34, di-
rector of the White House Office of Telecommuni-
cations Policy, were enough to bring on a plunge
into mental depression, For others, the recent ac-
tion of the Corporation For Public Broadcasting
whereby that agency set up in '.%7 voted to take
over the nation's non-profit broadcasting networks
known as the Public Broadcasting Service touched
iff still more fits of despair.
It is now 53 years since a Pittsburgh station
!>egan radio broadcasts, Television, an even gn ater
miracle of communications, is only half that old.
But the impact of the audio-picture box and its po-
tential for good and harm have become such vita',
factors in our lives that we imperil our future If
\v, couiinu* ignorant ,v>f the swirling UeiW*! ouur
cortrol now underway.
The White House-sponsored Clay Whitehead
bio ikbuster directed at the merchants of news te'.e-
caster* ami broadcasters consisted of a joint speech
and proposal to introduce federal legislation. Speak-
ing in In Kanapolis late in December, young Mr
Whitehead revealed a carrot-and-stick government
plan when by the stations would be obliged to ob-
tain much-coveted license renewals onl> everj five
years instead ol every three years ithe presenl time
spam provided they would behave in a waj favored
by the administration.
Our new vur ol telecommunications, who was
later to disclaim any intention of ushering In the
kind ol 1984 nightmare era portrayed bj George
Orwell, made it clear that he was opposed to elitist
gossip on thi' airways, ideological plugola, and
"biased" reporting. One might conclude hastily
that these verbal fireworks came straight Iron the
old rhetorical armory of Spiro Agnew; but snhse-
il.tent appearances of Mr. Whitehead suggested they
sprang in full bloom from his own laboratory.
These direct or veiled attacks on free speech
the air are ominous. Th > seem related to
efforts by one or more branches of our government
to ..n!> piess freedom. Regardless of any assurance
by .M". Jl'hifc'hcad .that he is not bent on dictating
what and how and when news and comments shall
be presented on the air, all who cherish traditional
freedom of expression in this nation will now be
plagued with doubt-.
Julian Goodman, president of th- National
Broadcasting Company, has courageously branded
the Whitehead speech as part ol a campaign that
"seeks to discredit an independant national news
medium ar I t i reduce public trust hi it. it tries to
manufacture divisive Issues between stations and
networks. Its goal i- to Influence the content ol
broadcast news p i -. both local and network,
s'> that br< i-i-tei- will avoid reporting news the
government does not like.''
Moi and n ot it appears that the intent of
Washington is to call upon local outlets to take
responsibil tj for what goes out over the air. Fear-
ful ol losing their licenses and apt to be politically
more conservative, the local units can be challenged
more readily bj the powerful federal government
than the national networks can. If. for example,
the White Ho ise continues to complain about in-
stant analysis of presidential broadcasts we may
exixvt to see the local outlets roll over and play
dead to please their Washington masters.
Between You and fit!
By BORIS SMOLAR
American Scene
IEADEM or THE .American Jewish Committee
have started talks with Christian leaders to
.- nsitize them to the Jewish con?ern over the po-
tential dangers which the "Key 73" na-
tionwide evangeJkaa campaign may
carry for Jews. The evangelistic drive is
intended "to bring the nation to Christ."
It includes a "Jews-for-Jesus" slogan
aimed at bringing Jews especially
Jewish youth in high schools and on coL
ampuses to the acceptance of
the Christian religion.
Although the campaign is not Inten-
ant'-S< nitic, Jewish organizations fear it may
: '" inl' m is. The American Jewish
Committee is therefore alerting Jewish communities
throughout the countrj to this pass! i Ity and t i
! with it.
ers of the ji ... i,,,,. n.
thai thev will < 1973 i
chapters, as .,.
''' bbinical
Iciaj idlng to the Issu Cd in th.

1 simi'arly indl ited
flan leaders and ma ol
he AD1 i e | a
! i tl e on
about J< -a- and Juri ,,.
i't tw
' >* atry are pe |
t thai am, ran a
P ol the V ited Stat on the I. I ol I
i n Party receiv id more than l million
ti< ns in m inch 73 llio c i |
. I S II -. a form !: i lean
nai at bed by the Anti-D
[ B'nai th as disl i butoi ol int Si mil km."
i re. i,. ,i bj Sch nita a e
i;. somi .i~ a bad omen
' In 'in- cot i I -.tii the fa I that the
Birch Socfctj i- now disseminating a book "None
1 y" contaii ing anti-Jewish innuen-
do) s a d with sther naling Increase in
anti-Sen il i irttvities alarmist assert on< are being nade
by some that Jews better be prepared for the Idea that
anti-Jewish persecution hi possible in this country.
Tie National Jewish Community Relations Advisory
Com: U 'NJCRACi terms these assertions "irrespon
and reprehensible." This central body which eoordi-
Dat< "" P) '* ol al1 .naio- Jewish orgUliiations and
Ol OVA : focal Jewish Community Cbunctt on combat-
tin:; anti-Semitiim reject, and denounces all alarmist
warnings as being 'without merit." It reaffirms confi-
dence in the American d mocnffc system as the safe-
guard of equal treatment for aM.
The NJCR/sC (tresses that in no place and at no time
in modern history hav Jews as a group been more secure
and attained higher status or greater affluence than in
the United States in the present generation.. They are,
a- a sroup. upward'y mobi'e economically although a
substantial minority are |ioor. To speak of "disturbing
implications for the security of American Jewry" seem*
therefore to be far from reality.
Seymour B I ii'bman Book Review
Jewish History
And Quotations
TO OM.V DIP INTO Ancient and Medieval Jew-
ish History, a collection ol essays by Salo W.
Baron, edited by Leon A. Peidman (Rutgers Uni-
versity Press. $12.50) is to be
struck with awe and admiration
for the depth and breadth of his
knowledge, the profundity of his
aberrations and the lucidit) of
li writing. The U!.. .,... f()|. t!|t,
nan as wi 'l as the scholar
Salo Wittmayer Baron -tot
on'y the 'can ol ill lewi h hi I
hps but is also i ited as a peer
v "'' '- I a ling h jtorian; The ml i
h,s "'"- of whM iv, re | | uni......
' ch I ..... than the i the
h "Id ndicnte There is a
- He*es and Monotheism, .,
1 '"' I V.! I H ... to John Ca
- th .'. incil of Trent i
al
The '' '''<" i". !i ati in almost f
esays the innumt i rev. >, nj.
'" !:; i i rthei res >ai h and lu I lation
'' ' ir In a more lei [th;
I th who sc arcaii foi masters diss >rl itions
r .1 ctoral th -ses, thii bo >k supplies the It ads
Leo Rosten's Ttwasnrj ot Jewth Quotations
M Grav il Bo ik Co. 910.95 i
i on the jai I It i i
1 tti-
years Th ther fresl
I ar.
' "' -
* '" ' ,!- h :- in ar i n
*. '
a.t I wphci fo you I
learned enoui h to be one." from th )
x'' h com s, "A learned hasta I
stands higher than an ignorant high nriest" an I
from Rabbi Xachman of I'.rat-'a. f| .,. |, ,
for Satan alone to mi lead the who!e !.
appointed rabbis in different localities."
Nathan Ziprin. the eminent JTA eotumnsN,
would surely subscribe to the above since he wrote
about three years ago that American Jewry, as a
dynamic community, would cease and he pla.vd
the b'ame upon the American rabbinate of all !e-
nominations. The latest Jewish Publication Society
.- The AmMvidrnt AmrricHii Jew: Polities, R. li-ion.
and Family In Asneriean Jmvh.ll Ute b>- Charles S. |
Liebman teoineidently the son of this reviewer*
does not corroborate Kabbi Bratslav but he does
supply food for thought for the first part of Zip,
rin's dire ;Tosftiostication
(Commemorative Coin
Israel Newsletter ______ By Carl Alperl
Q\K ok thi: >iost popular souvenirs purchased by
tourist visitors to fsrael is the commemorative coin
""......'" 'o ': > th.....vernment and devoted
' topical theme. They are rela-
tively inexpensive, have intrinsic value,
r ight in weight for air traveler-, and
mak splendid giit> Perhaps tome one
gave you one of those nlee shiny coins
Issu. (i in 1963, devoted to "Seafaring in
I-, lei For your information, on'y S.000
if them were minted and the latest mar-
ket nri ,. i >r the coin hovers around $250.
Th. collection of Israel coins has be-
come a great rage. It i- almost a- wile.; read as stamp
o'lecting a:i I has several a Ivantages. For one thing, the
coins arc lets fraei!. than rtamjis Furthermore they
cover i span o! :i itorj which joes bark 2.O?0 years and
mure. To be sun coma are e>cpensive, but all of
'hem are a >od im tment, considering the boom in the
coin mat kei in re ent yi ars
Th' ,! "' t i is more interested in the hi tory
Hi bis coins, an I In the con pleteness ol his cu etioi
' : v-aliH b it th. knn > i that th isc n
n > ar t > u 11- an em nt ol ruritj
Wlien th. itat I Is >el came into existence in 1^48
nore thought was given to the produ tion ol postage
stamps than coin* A first toin made alum num. ind
1 'he val ... .,. hastilj struck ofl in Tel
Vviv The theme was :1 cluster of gra| :, \ \: ,nl a
ii whi. h B : i ; .... A D. at the
' me or hi It i it Rome For l rael it sj |
the :\ birth ol the Jewish stol r
Jewish histor; (
that it was not i t li
. il u l- put into te
' x Obviously, i ,,. ,,,.
are
' IN the
: ineient col
^'xandci 1 Judea Capta
v Great
1 m h 195H wi, n the
' *gmi issuing special comm mora-
tiee coins They at. I. ., tender, but no one ever spends
,hem' IssU( nmb i. they are worth Tar more
os collectors items. Th se r ins are devoted to such topi-
-'I themes ... Hertz's centenary, the Israel Museum, the
Knesset buildmg. Port ,>, Kl!, chanukah and Puriffl
holidays. Peace, etc. One will be lesued this yea,- on the
sccswion ol Isra.ls 29th anniversary a.d there is al-
ready a jreal demand for It.
II you had bought Israel Bar Mitzvah coin in 1W1
you would hav* paid *3.50 for !t Today it costs around
W35. The Chanukah coin of 19til or iagQ C()!>t le ,an
91. Today it .ells for around |75. On the other ha.td. a
dealer will sell you a good Herodian coin, some 2.000
yeai-s old. for only $10 to $15.
Next time you get to L,,^ chet1< in ^ hnA
Government Coins and M,^3:s Company. Or keep your
ej** on the ground at Matzor, Beth Sheartm and Jertcho.
-J


Friday, February 16, 1973
"Jmlsti ncrkfl&r.
Page 15-A
Maybe your new house
ought to be
your old house.

OK. you've outgrown the old homestead.
| You need an extra bath, the kids want
separate bedrooms. And your wife is less
than delighted with the outmoded kitchen.
Before you go buy a new house.
; consider turning your old house into your
new house. Ch mcesare you'll find you'll
end up money ahead.
Charity begins at home.
Remodeling can save you the cost of a new
house mortgage. Money might be worth
less today, but it's more expensive to get.
A home loan today costs more than it did
five years ago.
And the biggest part of the cost of
[buying a home is interest Repayment of
] a mortgage, say, $35,000, will cost you
[about $70,000. Obviously, a $5,000 five-
year home improvement loan is going to
cost you rather less than a $35,000
25-year mortgage.
Let someone else pay for
the improvements.
Not only does remodeling mean a nicer
place to live, it also means someone else
pays for them. Home improvements nearly
always add more to the value of the home
than they cost.
So whoever eventually buys your
h< uise pays you back for the improvements,
and then some.
Save a grand right off the bat.
Don't forget to crank in the cost of moving
when you're figuring out the cost of a new
home. It can easily cost a thousand dollars
to move a family of four. That same
thousand dollars would pay for a new
refrigerator, modern range, and counter-
top oven.
Inflation cuts both ways.
Your home is worth more today than when
you bought it But before you cash in your
equity to buy a new place, remember that
other homes have been increasing in value
at the same rate.
The oi ie sure-fire way to make the
most of your investment in your home is
to improve it. And that's the biggest reason
we'd like you to talk to us about a home
improvement loan.
To buy or not to buy.
if you want some objective, professional
advice on whether to buy or to improve,
we hope you'll come talk to us.
Then you should shop around for
the lowest-cost loan.
We think we know where vou'll
find it.
Here's a hint: it'll be from a banking
group with banks in Coral Gables. Miami
Beach, Hialeah. Downtown Miami. fCfr
Dadeland, and West Palm Beach. ffi|
The Miami Beech First National Bank
Coral Gables First National Bank
United National Bank of Miami
United National Bank of Dadeland
United National Bank of Westland
Security Exchange Bank, W. Palm Beach
.
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^Jewish IHLoridian
Miami, Florida Friday, February 16, 1973
Section B
NCCJ Brotherhood Awards Going To
Meyer, Swenson, Robbie; Sen. Tunney Guest
United States Senator John V. during the Kennedy administra- cial Security benefits for the
[Tunney of California will be the tion. elderly, consumer protection,
[featured shaker at the 21st an- jie has been active in affairs health care and law enforcement,
jnual brotherhood dinner sponsored 0f the University of Miami. Bis- Sen- Tunney also is the author
I by the National Conference of cayne College and Florida Memor- ot major legislation for the 1973
[Christians and Jews to be held at [gj College. He has been respon- Congress. This includes the first
[the Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. .sible for raising just under a half reform of the nation's anti-trust
|2lst. million dollars for community 1*WS l 20 years and legislation to
Three citizen who have pro- rganizations. including Variety protect personal bank accounts
Imoteri the ideals of brotherhood Children's Hospital, Crippled Chil- against unwarranted government
In this community have been d,en's Society and Goodwill In- snooping.
Lhosen to receive Silver Medallion dustrtea. Sen- Tunney, son of former
Brotherhood Awards, the highest Fdward f Swenson Jr has wcrki heavyweight boxing cham-
lonoi-of the National Conference ^ inV()Ue A (hnstians and Jews awarded jm, ,,, affairs in Soutn rom Yale Univers.ty and from the
ft. representatives of the three FIorida for years. 0 a former University of Virginia Law School,
leading faiths. 0 Hank Meyer, president. Hank munjtv R(,,ations ^^ and has ( ompetition He was admitted to
teyer Associates. Inc.; Joseph jus, CompIcted hLs term as pres. the Bar in New \ork and Califor-
StN. tWH V. WNMir
JOSCPH ROBB/f
lobhie. managing partner of the
liami Dolphins, and Edward F.
(wenson, Jr. of Edward F. Swen-
jn & Company, Investment Coun-
?1
>therhood dinner of the Florida
jtegion of NCCJ on Wednesday,
Feb. 21, at the Fontainebleau
>tel.
The selection was announces! by
ident of the Greater Miami Coali-
tion.
He is a founder and trustee of
nia and has practiced law in both
states.
Sen. Tunney was elected to
Congress from California in 1964,
. v.ill be honored at the annual ,hc Everglades School for Girls. pnd re.elect0<1 by increasing ma-
chairman of the Investment Com- yiritws jn lg66 and 1%8 Hc was
rmttec of the University of Miami eJocted to tne gonate 19?0 by
and a member of its board of the ]argest margin m ^vcn a
trustees. Democratic candidate in Califor-
Mr. Swenson L a former cam- ,lia Qfa century. He serves on the
Lseph Weintraub. chairman of l-aign chairman and chairman of Senate's Judiciary. Public Works
"the boards of ATICO Financial
Cotp. and Pan American Banc-
the board of the United Fund of
Dade County and is presently
Antes Inc., who is general dinner reiving on the board of trustees.
and District of Columbia Com-
nittecs.
EDWAffD F. SWtNSON JK.
HANK MtYtR
The 1972 Brotherhood Awards
were presented to Sister M. Dor-
othy Browne. O. P., Dr. Irving
Lehrman and Harry Hood Bassett.
NCCJ is a civic organization
formed in 1928 that furthers the
ultant since 19-19, has figured ideals and practices of brotherhood
growth and emergence of through mote than 70 regional
fhairman, nnd Maurice Ferre,
j-.-.;c lent of Maule Industries,
Ch..i! man of the awards commit-
tee.
F Hank Meyer, who has been
^i .i11-.i Beach's public relations
C"
In
B U R DI
3ST E
ft*
J

its mace as the "resort center of offices throughout the country.
Jhe world." The formal dinner on Feb. 21 is
I He serfves as a trustee of the the principal means of supimrt for
i'r.ive: ty of Miami and Mt. Sinai the continued educational efforts
111. die: i'enter He is on the board of the Florida Region of NCCJ.
mi governors of the Dade Founda- Sen Tunney is credited with the
on and is a founder-member of ,,assa(,P Qf many major bills, in-
Dh. board of trustees of the U. of duding the landmark "Noise Pol-
P; Symphony Club. lution Control Act." the first in
He is a former member of the ,,K. ng^on's history to establish
Community Relations Board and S(r;,.t noise standards in our cities
as served as Public Relations and arourul tne airports.
Chat.man with the United Fund ^ bpen actjve |n & wjde
or many years. He is a former
nairman of the American Cancer
ciety and the Miami Beach
Emergency Polio Drive.
range of environmental legislation
and was o/ie of the principal
authors of the Water Quality Con-
trol Act, which mandates that all
Mr. Meyer has received many waterways be clean enough for
[.wards, including an Outstanding swimming by 1981.
tfcivic leader Award from the Totally tnc senator had sue
Miami Beach Civic League. b;s sijjnod jnto law during the
Joseph Robbie, through his faith ;gnd Congress. One provides
in the Miami Dolphins, and his disaster funds to rebuild or repair
Involvement in community affairs, non-profit hospitals. Another made
has helped weld together many ,iH newly enfranchised 18-21 year
diverse groups in the community. Pid voter eligible for federal jury
A former elected official, Mr. duty. Another of his bills
Robbie was a charter member of launched the nation's first assault
the Twin Cities Metropolitan Plan- against sickle cell anemia. He also
nine. Commission and legal counsel has won adoption of dozens of vital
for the United States Senate hear- mendments affecting unemploy-
ings on the Urban Affairs bills ment compensation, increased So-
f
Arab Terrorists Menace
Israelis In N.Y.-London
LONDON (JTA) An Eng-
lish radio ham operator picked
up a new Arab terrorist warn-
ing against prominent Zionists
in New York and London "in
their shops, offices, homes and
warehouses."
Scotland Yard's special branch
immediately issued a "he on
your guard"" alert to British
Jews.
The warning of a new terror
m campaign follows threats broad-
cast by Radio Elghiza. the of-
ficial voice of the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
Radio Elghiza is the station
which last September gave 10
days warning of the letter-bomb
campaign which led to the mur-
der in London of the Israeli dip-
lomat. Dr. Ami Shachori.
For this reason the new warn-
ing received urgent consideration
from Home Office security ex-
I*-rts. But Scotland Yard's spe-
cial branch seems to be in pos-
session of corroborative informa-
tion coming from other sources,
it was learned.
Scotland Yard for the full text
of the news broadcast which in-
cluded this statement:
"The victorious freedom fight-
ers are preparing to deliver such
a campaign that the world will
be galvanized into action. The
Jewish aggressors and their sup-
porters will be visited in their
shops, offices, homes and ware-
houses. They will be driven out.
Now is the time for the account
to be settled." The terrorists
also implied that the campaign
would be launched by sympa-
thizers already based in Europe.
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Friday, February IS
1973
Miami Section NCJW To Host
National Convention Mar. 26-29
Human Effectiveness
Branch 28 ol the Workmen'
Circle will hear a talk on "Humar
Effectiveness" Friday at 8 p.m.
at the Financial Feiorat. Washing
Creator Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women wia nosi
the national convention March 26
2P. at the Deauvi le Hotel.
Mrs. Irvinj; L. Wexler, conven-
tion chairman, has announced that
the convention will be ooen, and
'! '.ocal members ait- invited to
thi plenary meetings beginning
at 2:30 n.m. Monday. March 28
Members are also invited to at-
tend the "Council in Israel" lunch-
con and the closing banquet.
"This is the council's 80th ai
niversary and this shou'd make it
*n especially exciting and educa-
tional experience for all council
members a< well as the commu-
) *y," Mrs, Wexli r said.
Gov. Reubin Askew will 4s
liver the keynote address t> the
convention on Monday evening ai
* 5 p.m.
To highlight Israel's 25th anni-
RETIRED PEOPLE
Escape
TO SUNNY
yersary and NCJW participation
in Israel's de\clopmcnt. a Coun-
cil in Israel" luncheon is planned
for Tuesday. March 27, at 1 p.m
Dr. Haim Adlcr. director of the
NCJW's Center for Research in
Jsraei
Be pampered on a leisurely vacation
at the new luxurious Goldar Hotel
in Natanya on Israel's Riviera.
'- $87450*
all-inclusive WIT
4 weeks all-inclusive $1,020.80*
Airport assistance ,-f | m\ i _
and transfers on #v ., \'\, ot*
-arrival and /? \\Y
,leparture JEftit8&
fcccommodations'ii
in twin
bedded rooms
3 Kosher Meals
per day
Leisurely
spaced weekly
sightseeing tours %
Social and /
relational ;
activities w. sj^.
*Bitti on round-trip group economy class
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tumt BLOOM
Education for the DifiAdvantaged,
will address the luncheon meeting.
Dr. Adler wiH explain the pur-
pose and development <>i the re-
search center which now has be-
come a permanent Institution at
the School of Education of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
inroi gh th< 10 ; ir linandal com-
mitment and vision of the NCJW
The action-research center lia-
been de-..- d to levelop an I eva
uate new educational m th >ds, ma
teriala, practices and servi.'es for
the educationally disadvantaged in
order to 9pei 1 intei s. at ion into Is-
rael's mo lern society.
To hclii culminate council's Jus-
tice for Children national survej
p.oject, which has spurred volun-
teers across the country to re-
search and make recommenda-
tions on conditions in individua*
communities, Ramsey Clark, for-
mer U.S. Attorney General under
President Lyndon Johnson, and
authoi of the book. "Crime in
America," will address the conven
lion on Tuesday ai 8 pan.
Dr. Joachim Prinz wil receive
tin- John F Kennedy Award be-
fore addressing the losing ban-
quet meeting of the convention,
on Thursday evening. He is a
: in th. i. form Moi -
ment and a !i a ler in the Amei
i an Jew Isli < Ion
Committee chairmen In chai
of the convention's functions are
Mrs. Ralph Novak, catering; Mrs.
Vfi Ivyne Somnn rs, co uic lettes;
Ml Michael B'oom. decoration-:
Mrs. Arthur Alexander, Ho'ly-
I.ighte. home hospitality; Mrs. Viv-
ian Edwards and Mrs. Harry Or-
leans, hospitality room; Mrs. Gcr-
.. .aiii:i.:>.).!. invitations; Mrs.
Benjamin Greene. Mrs. Milton
-. and M s. Joseph Klein.
u tses; Mr-. Stanlej C. Mye
RVA WfXtfR
tor. Ave. and 8th St Vivian IV v
of the Academy of Cettifiea !*!
Workers who ftjecfen* [**
?onal family and group ouaseuJ
will lie guest speake;
national board djnner, Mrs David.
Catsman. workshop on wheels;
Mis. Fred Singer, page*, and Mr-
David Werner, souvenirs.
Committee chairmen in charge
of arrangements are Mrs. Robert
Spiegelman, cai I Hie; Mrs. Elinoi
Rob bins, delegates kit<: Mrs. Bern-.
arc! Abel and Mrs. Sidney Lewis,
election equipment and national
office; Mrs Larry J. Hoffman, ex-
hibits; Ms. Raymond Rubin, in-
formation booth: Mrs. William
Bermont, message center; Mr
Samuel F ldman and Mrs Robert
Child-. Miami office: Mrs. Stephen
Quartin, printing; Mrs. Matthew
Zucker, public relations; Mrs. Al-
fred Moss and Mrs. Elliot Pod ill
registration; Mrs Wi'liam Bren
nei and Mrs. Harold Zei man, I
kets; Mrs. Hy Pi arl, treas in i
Mis. Sanford Hi'd-brandt, bou-
tique-; Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenhi
and Mrs. Norman Cohan, a Iminis
trative i sistants.
Dl i ii< n..... ... ivei are M-
R bet t Chi1";. Ra> Mrs Elliott
Pc -11. Cor il; Mrs '" n Horowitz,
n-lsles; Mi >. LouLs Lavin .
Lakes; M '; '" n Ro' I ins, Lin-
coln, Mis. I- -] I on an. Shi
and Mrs Stephen Quartin. S*>uth
Da '
Mrs Philip I; i '.>- [s l nl
of the "./.ate.- Miami S~tinn
'bi-'i has a local membership ol
2,500.
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+Jelsti fk>rktk*r
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Jewish Leaders Feted At
Morton Towers Affair
. yea
Six >aders of Greater Miami'*
kwteta community will be honored
pb. 21 at the 10th annual Morton
Tower* Ymcneon' at the Fontajne-
'eau Hotel.
The kmcheon. hld on behalf of
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ati(.r 197a CJA-1KF campaisn
11 feature guest si>eakers Dr
in*- I.rhrman. rahbi of Temple
lafltf-ST, nni a Soviet woman
o ha* rccentlv emigrated to
ael.
H'>rn cs are Mr. and Mrs. Ren
rcus. Mr. and Mrs Kmanue'
M< i!i' Samuel Norkeen and Abe
mio-,Ni According to George
Bni::- -. Morton Towers Opera-
tion 1 '->:raile ehairman. they are
it.: honored "for th^ir mnnv
! leadership and devotion
the h. tterment of Miami's Jew-
ish
Iam>
' M ;
CJA i:
the s
year-
Mi
HCti'
Appe
mem l"
of th-
Bead
B'rith
mem)
a mei
tors i :
Mr-
Miami
She w.
Tower >
".munity and the State of
d Mrs Marcus have been
F campaign chairmen in
-th Building for eight
-'1 Mrs. Mentz have been
.' 'th the Combined Jewish
'or many years. He Ls a
I" the board of directors
Civic League of Miami
B member of the B'nai
Hatikvah Lodge, a board
of Temple L'manu-El and
of the board of direc-
\merican ORT.
Menti is president of the
Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
i- president of the Morton
i 'adnssah croup for four
years and-has been chairman of
the an--, al CJA-IEF Morton Tow
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of the finest U.S. Govt. Inspected
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Miami, Fla.
Phone 371-1355
ers luncheon for many years.
Al>e Soloko. coordinator of the
lM_orton Towers CLV-IEF ca ]
pain for three years, has been a
member of the board of governor-
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1
eration for 23 years'. He is a mem- '
ber of the Hatikvah Lodge of j
B'nai B'rith and Men's ORT.
Samuel Norkeen has been chair-J
man of the Morton Towers North
Building for 10 years. In addition
be is a vice president of Hatikvah
Ixxlge. associate financial secre ,
lary of Temple Emanu-Kl anl a
member of the board of director?
of the Men's ORT.
Serving with Shaeffer are Louis
Aronson and Israel Hartson. co-
Chairmen; Ben and Bertha Mar :
cus. South Bui'ding chairmen, and
Samuel Norkeen, North Building
chairman..
Morton Towers Operation Up-
grade committee includes Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Anker. Mrs. I.oui-
Aronson. Mrs. Rachel Brody. Mrs
Bessie Burack. Mrs. Jennett- Coan
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ki-ner. Mfs
Bcttj Frank, Mrs. Alice Fret man
Irving Garber, Eric Glaser, Mrs.
Clara Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Mor .
ris Grauer, Mrs, Israel Hartson
Mrs. Mary Jaffe. Mr and Mrs. Max
Josell, Mrs Leah Lieberman. Mr
and Mrs. Bernard Mucus. Mrs
Anna Ma/or. Mr and Mrs. Jack'
Meyrowitz, Mrs. Rope Miller. Mrs I
Florence Minov. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Radman. Mis Aaron Reich.
lin. Mrs. Celia Rosenblatt, Mrs
George Shaeffer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Schoemann, irving Silver. Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Solosko, Mr. Julius Stab!.
Mrs. Paula Stotzky, and Mrs. Bes-
sie Tress
Hadassah Center
Plans Celebration
Of Israel 25
The Hadassah rent for Winter
Residents will join Israel and the
friends of Israel in celebrating the
"'itb anniversary ol the State of
Israel on Monday, at Temple Beth
Sholom, at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Samuel Gladstone, form.
member of the national board ol
isal pi eside. Mrs. Jay
Dcrn "ill be the guest speaker
will talk on Israel's progress
| ears.
There will be a candle lighting
i in l: inoi of the occasion,
soup sin finjj, and the Taj lor
W..... mpany v. ill offer w Ine
ti l ciMikies. A toast to Israel.
rliten by Mrs (lustaxe Iioldstein,
oi Baltimore, will be read.
All 1i fisten d members of Ha-
il'. Centei foi Winter '.: -
dents ai tend.
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
Nth
wrinkles
We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. AH we're saying
Is, Sunsweet Prune* have
many important vitamins.
UkeAandB-l,B-2and
niacin. Like minerals, too
calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sugar. So you can nibble
something sweet for
only a measly 18-odd
calories per prune.
Abi gezunt
with
SUNSWEET Pitted PRUNES
Mizrachi Women
Winter Residents
Meet Wednesday
Opening meeting for Mizrachi
Snowbirds." winter residents, on
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Boardwalk Plaza Hotel. Coffee
ind cake will be served, Mrs.
Israel Young, Mrs. Maurice Ples-
ser. Mis. Isadora Gordon, and
members of the national board
if Mizrachi Women will be present
with Mrs. Alfred Stone, a national
\ ice president who resides in
Miami Beach, to welcome Miz-
rachi women from all over the
country. Mrs. Alfred Finkelstein is
Florida Council coordinator,
Dvoruh Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will meet for dessert and
a card party on Monday at 1 p.m.
in the Roney Plaza. Presidium in-
< hides Beatrice Fucha and Fannie
Berg.
6 ,*-
Rnunana Chapter will meet on
Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Aguduth
Israel. Michael Goldberg, husband
of president Fannie, will discuss
the "Significance of the Temple."
Dance Group Program
Linda Diamond, dancer, teacher,
end choreographer, will be per-
forming in the "Contrasting Cul-
ture" program at the University
of Miami through Feb. 18. She will
Share the program with the Miami
Dade Junior College dance group
in the Whitten Memorial Student
Union Building on the main floor
'. : lining at 7:30 p.m. Admission
is free.
MB Hadassah Plans
February Meeting
Miami Reach Chapter of Ha-
dassah Is holding meetings on the
following dates.
tfr Eddie Cantor ( its annual eye bank hruncheon at
the Fontainebleau Hotel on Thurs-
day, at noon. A musical program
with artist I.eshow was to be pre-
sented, Airs. William Schussel is
in charge of reservations.
# ^ $
Miami Beach Chapter or Ha- i
dass.ib board meeting at the Al-
giers Hotel on Monday at 10 a.m.!
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz will preside. |
Also Monday at the Algiers, the |
chapter book review series will
be held at 1:30 p.m. "Enemies, A
Love Story, bv Isaac Bashevi
Singer will be reviewed. Mrs. I. '
Spear is chairman.
Ko.xal Maccabees (iruup will,
meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the
Victor Hotel at Ocean Dr. and
12th St. A life membership skit
will be presented. Mrs Irene Birn--
baum will preside.
ft Louis I). Brt-mlt-is GmtM) IV'I nm-i
at noon Wednesday, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Lydia King will
entertain with songs of interna-
tional flavor, accompanied by Sy
Mann. Mrs. David Reinwald will
preside.
Cr i? &
Saphle Tucker c.roiip is holding
a food and flea market Wednesday,
at Coastal Towers. 400 Kings
Point Dr. Booths will be ooen at
noon. Chairmen arc Ida Goldstein
and Edith Goldstone.
MB B'nai Zion ,
To Show Film
B'nai Zion Organization. M ami
Beach Chapter, ui'l meet Thurs-
day, Feb. 22 at s p.m. at the Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave.
There will be a movie entitled,
"Another day in Is-a-r nnd re-
freshments served under the spon-
sorship of Sarah Ko.stitzk> in mem-
ory ol ber late husband Rabbbi
Benjamin Kostltzky.
Samuel Reiser is [.resident.
Show
them
you
care.
When your family's
thirsty, be sure
you have plenty of
their favorite fruit juices
on handdelicious Mott'p
and Sunsweetready to
drink, ready chilled
in the refrigerator.
Mott's Apple Juice and
Mott's A.M. Fruit Juice Drink.
Sunsweet Apricot Nectar,
Sunsweet Prune Juice and
triple-punch Sunsweet
Apricot/Apple/Prune
Juice. Signs of a
housewife with sechel.
MOTT'S and SUNSWEET
K ALL CERTIFIED KOSHER


Fcqe 4-B
+Jeisi>Jtcrk/iar
Friday, February 16, 1973
Israel Bond Fashion Show Raises
Almost One Million Dollars
A dazzling an ay of Israeli de-
Signs, an award to a distinguished
Miami Beach woman, and a sizz-
ling address by actress Shelley
Winters were highlights of the
197.'! Israel Bond Fashion Show
held last F>b. S at the Fontaine-
b\nu Hotel.
Miss Winters, who is starring in
"The Effect ol Gamma Rays on
Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds" at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse
through Feb. is. t< Id the luncheon
gathering that "thanks to the ef-
forts of American Jewish women,
the State of Israel is a strong na-
tion <>n its 25th anniversary."
She noted, however, that if
Israel is to r.main strong and lire
f< generations '" come, "the Jew-
ish women of America must con-
tinue their support through the
bond! am."
Leading ofl the support of Israel
by becoming a $2,500 Israel Bond
Ann versary Sponsor, Miss Winter,
together with veteran entertainer
- ohen, raised nearly SI mil-
lion in bonds fiom the over 500
women at the luncheon
A medal presented to Mis. Flse
Bonem of Miami Beach recognized
outstanding and continuous sup-
port of Jewish and civic causes,
particularly her donations of nu-
merous medical, educational, and
recreational facilities in Israel and
the I". S." The award was pre-
sentfi by Mrs. Beatrice G. Weiss,
director of the National Women's
}division of State of Israel Bonds.
Presentation of the State of
Isiael Atzmaut 1 Independence)
Award was made to Jordan Marsh
to honor the department store for
itj assistance to Israel over the |
years. Jordan Marsh is holding a
storewide Israel festival for two
weeks beginning Feb. 12 and has
e)so staged the Israel Bond
Fashion Show for the past 15
years.
Jordan Marsh President William
I.uben accepted the award from
Milton M. Parson, director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
The fash.on show itself was a
tiiumph for the Israel fashion in-
dustry and a spectacular success
foi Fleanor Morris. Jordan
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and In just about 20 min-
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makings come In this one
package-pizza flour mix,
Stzza sauce and cheese,
ow about some for sup-
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whole one for yourself, just
as soon as you get bactr
from the storel
Marsh's fashion coordinator. She
narrated a display of haute couture
Country, Rock Stars
In Dade Youth Fair
The mammoth Dado County
Youth Fair is offering an array of
big time country and rock musical
-tars to help lure an anticipated
End ready-to-wear, notable for < quarter of a million visitors March
versatility of design and avant 1-11.
garde .style.
After this world premiere, the
Israel Bond Fashion Show departs
on a tour of 60 cities for the bonds
program to stimulate ex|K)rts of
Israeli merchandise. Following the
lead of Jordan Marsh, top stoics
in many cities will hold their own
oil-Israel festival to tie in with the
t.us I lion show.
In its serond year at its huge
new site at Tamiami Park lo ited
at SW 107th Ave, and Coral Way,
the fair will feature United Artisl
rock stars The Cornelius Brothers
and Sister Rose who will open
March 3, followed by countrj
era Tom T. Hall, and his Storj
tellers March 7, and the Jerry
Wallace Show, March R.
An hour-long Israeli film on the life of Golda Meir was
shown recently to the residents of the Byron Gardens Con-
dominium at a meeting which was held on behalf o:
Gteater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campa
Rabbi Solomon Schiif. director of Federation's Commui
Chaplaincy Service, spoke at the meeting. Shown seated,
(from left) Nathan Seiler, honorary chairman; Men^.
Feldstein, Byron Gardens CJA-IEF chairman; Irving Prince,
honorary chairmen; standing (from left) Dr. Fred Be:
vice chairman; Isaac Yagodnick, vice chairman; Otto Theo-
dore, secretary and Edward Kane, vice president
(Standing) Mrs. Sidney Poland, chairman of the Feb. 8
Israel Bond fashion show and William Ruben, president,
Jordan Marsh. (Seated, left to right) Shelley Winters, star
of stage and screen, guest of honor, and Mrs. Else Bonem,
recipient of an Israel Bonds award.
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CERTIFIED KOSHER


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+Jewist JfhiHicir
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CJTY
BAZAAR

Step into JM s Old City Bazaar and see Israel's
artisans at work1 Watch batik hangings take form
before your eyes, marvel at the exacting craftsmanship
of a master glassblower and coppersmith, see a potter
shape clay into a work of lasting beauty. Third floor, miami
View the Benjamin Photo Essay and see Israel
come alive1 This inspiring photographic exhibit
captures the people, landmarks and customs of
Israel Second floor also at JM/Dadeland.
163rd Street
Post Office a:
Come to JM s Israeli Post Office1 Buy a scenic
post card and place it in our authentic Israeli
red mail box JM will then have your card
stamped and mailed to your friends from Israel1
First floor also at JM/Oadeland. 163rd Street
Enjoy a delicious Israeli meal in JM's Gulfstream
Restaurant, while you're surrounded by a replica of
theJerusalem skyline Third floor Or nosh on a
quick snack atJM's very special Nosh Nook First floor.
Menu also available at JM/Oadeland. 163 rd Street
See beautiful reproductions of M arc Chagall's famed
stained glass windows, depicting the twelve tribes of
Israel Third floor And view two original works by
Chagall. The Wedding'' and Soul of the City", on loan
from Trosby Galleries of Palm Beach. Fifth floor. JM /M lamr
^
^J \
Visit the Dizengoff Street Shop and discover
treasures that might be found in shops along Tel Aviv's
most famous street1 You'll see ceramics, glassware,
wall hangings, lace paintings, ancient good luck
symbols and more Third floor. JM /M lami
CftCQAl
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IjM SALUTES ISRAELS 25TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR
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*Jm is* fhrkfinr
Friday, February 16,
191
Cast of 'From Israel With Love'
Enjoying New Life-Style Here
What happens to a ctvu oi
foreigners when they're dun
l. and baggage into a strange
l-r,(i-_.A]l kinds at things, aspe-
i if they're young Israelis in
Miami B* ach
The cast of "From [srae] With
Love", which o iei* d a1 the Beach
Theatre in early November and is
s ending the s< as n hi i e, ha\ i
been making friends, both with
mi, i .\i:>" ans a I I ans lanted
Israelis iof v. hi liami has
i anv), listen'ns to music, learning
) :l sii. sei ing shov s.
In addition many c s) members
haw been doinj iii and t !e-
vLsi l interviews, including almosl
i show in town, as well as
c ing the same for newspapers,
i ising n bikirrs. The latter
,- Ity li..s been limited to the
\, les in the troupe.
Ask one ol tru m what he or she
likes besi about living in the area
the answers varj from being
t>> hoar gpod jazz, th.' musi-
cians stay until i using in many'
t its, to watching old movies
t i -ion. a luxuiy iiit'..'re not
led at 1
Many in the < in are kib-
l tzniks w -. i a. k : ience
om th" placid h icolic life i
i t the kihb'itz has been their
military experience, so the ad-
venture of Miami Beach In season
has i van moie imps* i.
They were all fascinated it'n
tli." Rin.gling Bros., Barnum and
i aile} Circus which played Miami
i, and none of them missed
.'. Iii; !..-..:hed, who has experience
n apeze, eji d the bars long-
ingly.
allows like Line Renaud's French
- ctai ilar at the Playhoj Plaza
hotel leave the Israelis wide-eyed
uith appreciation and admiration
ikI some of the performers, like
Shirlej Bassey, have even influ-
enced the singing of the girls.
When the show comes to a close
here, sometime in March, they'll
be able to ] they've had a marvelous exper-
ience, which is what audiences at
thi ii shows have been saying all
along.
On Satin day night they'll earn
additional honors when Miami
Reach Vice Mayor Robert S.
Goodman presents them with the
keys to the city anil a let'
elation from Mayor Chuck
Ha'I for bringing the B< ach
Theatre and the Lincoln Road Mall
' nek to life
80 Teen-Agers
To Weekend At
Camp Oeala
Some 80 teen-age boys and girls
will participate in a Jewish youth
education wet kind at Camp Ocala
Feb. 23-25.
S nsored by the Central
Vgencv for Jewish Education, a
branch ol the Creator M and Jew-
ish Federation, the camp outing
will feature the singing rabbi
Shlomo Carlebach, Israeli singing
and dancing.
The boys and girls, from tin
Miami area and Hollywood, will.be
Involved in "education enriching"
seminars and discussion groups.
Aim of the program is to answei
questions which Jewish youth to-
day propounds.
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Friday, February 16, 1973
i--m ->#. n^rSHUi^m
Paqe 7-B
KahbiS. Azulay Guest Of Honor Al Annual Dinue
KabDi Shmjn A/.ulav imnM; u ._, .... _
'men Azulay, im nodi-,
at.- ia-t president of thr Hebrew
Educators ATianoe, will ho guest
of honor at the annual wholur-hip I
dmn.r Sunday. March 25.. at the1
Forte TowePl,
Rni>bi A-: ijr, who s-tvps at'
principal of t>-..> Girls' Hi ;h School!
I>er>hi|> that includes all the pro-
fessional Hebrew teachers ol
Greater Miami Thrmuh the lead
ership of Rabbi Azulay pen-.,,,,
major medi.-a! and disability in-
surance honetits have been se-
cured fo*
the leach -rs thro -..|,
^ "- Hebrew A......,, and gJJ ZST* "' "" ^^ M"rt
Seh,Hl eoord'nator for the Cen
tral ARencj r Jewish Education
wai raun let <: the AUian and
served aa lent for l^
yea Dmir thai pi riod of ti^no
i me n
the oroan'z i < t ,
Fi deration,
Rabbi Azulay is a graduate of
the Mlzrachl Teacher' Semlnarj
>n Jerusalem, and was ordained
by Rabbi Joseoh Horo.it/ an1
Rabbi Hersch Frank, chief rabbi
Jerusnlem. H taught t*v
JWF Ladies Auxiliaries
Plan Varied Programs
Programs f
Florida, i.i.ii
v.ar \eterii.i* include:
Xonuan Mr'"- Brown t*'
Department ol 19th PI. and 160th St. at 815 pm
Auxiliary. Jewish I Programs will include election of
'i ran for 1G73,
'<
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Associated Hebrev Day School in'
Toronto, and was. director of the
Hebrew Cultvre Organization and |
'an.-.: Massad during his Btay in
Canada He holds a B.A. degree
'rom the LTniv -r Ity of Toronto.
in Miami, Rabbi Azulay has
served on the boai o| dii ect i
it the Central Agency for Jewish
Ed ion, h ; '. nning coir nil -
t" i Jewish Education of the'
' h : in o! Greati r M:-
ar i in.'t of the Cc.i bine I
<> I !i V] ai, and as presi it ol
th '' ir.lon : .'i i the H
Speaki Miami.
Rab! i A hns been succe d-
id as president ol the Hebrew
"<':' 'iv M -s. Jul:u>
Sukcnik O ic i <: the organiza-
tion in -hide O 11 Di union I an
Sholi m Ibai'm \ ice pr ..! -nt
Simla Ben-Da\ id retai s an
Ida PortLsh treasure!
FUND RAISERS!!
IT IS YOUR ANSWER TO SALVATION
The First Annual Greater Miami Fund Raisers Exposi-
tion is being held at the SHERATON BEACH RESORT.
19400 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida on Feb-
ruary 24 and 25, 1973 Hours are: Saturday, Sunday
12 Noon to 7 P.M.
Thousands of ideas, products ond services wiil be on display
to case your job of raising much needed funds for your orjanitu-
tion. It is the answer to a Fund Raiser's Piayer. DON V M!SS !T!
Write today for complimentary tickets fir your President and
Fund Raising Chcrrman to: TMHD RAISERS EXPOSITIONS, P.O. EOX
300, Ramsey, New Jersey 07446, or call (201) 825-2255. Ticket!
available at the door. Admission SI.SO.
8
the
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to hold Itl fin I i a : Day Oil Thurs-
day to rai.:> : nds for volunteer
work at thi Veterans Administra-
tion Hospli | i -i Tuesday, th,
post and ... iry will mark
Brothi Iv .nth at a meeting
"t 46 'I W F St WiniM i
of thi i .-.m;- st lor high
Bch : -i, I rece ve cita-
tions .',
Mr ir.
plai la
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will he *. -
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s a mion '.'lit: Has
la! mi el In with thi
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m soi ial seoui it
n Thursday, Feb
-.'ill hold it< an
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lili-i
Mlu ii K.-u :t:t0: Pr. tidi nl
I e Gil ..,.. i men I
't e\ will assist at
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.... listribute I he >t. -
lol si..e iilentifica-
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Col. Dorid Marcus 746: On Wed-
nesday, 8 IS p.m. a re
usiness meeting will be held al
lie North Miami Branch of thi
'.naneial Federal. President Flor
nee VVrona will conduct eli ction
f officers for 197.'..
Lunch eon Raises
Contributions To
CJA1EF Fund
\ luncheon an I fa hion '.
"'' al the ris H ".
i >uranl i nitio: : !
' h mni ir> n in
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fo the I'. eatei MH
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i to Anita Rol
bins, !':.! i an ol th lun on
Isaac* Sinner

Sunday Speaker
:real Few Uh onti m
' ter.. Isaac Bashevi.
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Four Freedoms to': i n Wed
tii sday, a president Rai
Feinstein will hoi 1 a business
meel nn In th Penthouse of the
Four Freedon Bldg at noon.
Points Baal .S: Will hold a
fund raising ujel and lox party
on Sal irdaj '-run: in the F"i nch
Room of i Complex's Club
Housi
\> Horrowiti h: On Thurs-
day luxiliar esi ent Ms Belle
Horou a.. wai to preside at a
iceular bus it meetinR at Nl'
Wometco Theatres

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Burnett N j
"Th coitrihutioi if I
who vere present
-ent i '5S pei c -ii' incn a-
' ep CO"".! to the 197
J \ '!!' effort" t H Mrs I>on
. ind, iM IF W en 1"
.-1 n i pr. sident '"i rampa'gn
Mm Fi iedlan I was loin '.
n : at the |tl' 'he 111 b> >.
' eon Kmnish. spirit i il Ii if' n
'*i inn'.e \i th Sha'om an l an as*
elate general chairman for th
1973 CJA-IEF campaitm
The luncheon which was held ''
Bernard*! !'. staurant I at u
lean Fischer Clothing.
iLCU Forum Topi<'
Florin.- Diffenderfer Wills and
Annie Aidman will speak on
What If There Had Never Beer
\n American Civil Libei; e
I'nkm" at the Forte Forum on
lay at l p.m. in the Forte
auditorium. Ms Wills is exe
directoi and Ms. .' id nan is devel-
opment vice chairman ACLU in
Florida
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The Spin<7a M rU. t Rtr. et "
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Tid tickets may be purchased ii
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Israel Lau I am Seeking to buy
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Friday, February 16, 1973
NATIONAL BEAUTY SALONS LAUNCH 1973
Hairstyles Short
For Look Of '80s
The official Hair Fashion Com
Nttee of the National Hairdress-
ei> sxd Cosmetologists Associa-
tion has introduced "Projections
For Spring-Summer '73." The
fashion presentation was made dur-
ing the OHFC semi-annual meet-
in? in St. Lotus.
T:..- committee projected the fu-
tin< of fashkm the total coordi-
nation of apparel and coiffure for
the %.a\ who is aware of the world
and wants the world to be aware
of her.
"*rort. carefree, easy-going
hairstyle* are ni:ited with to-
it.. \ fashion* to give that "total
look" that everyone Is talking
ahout. Foreseen are cuffs and
w*dj:l, Jumpers and camisoles
. cuffs on collars, sleeves, and
o'-legged pants, topped by
hair that Is cuffed to match .
wfrdfry shoes and w'dgy hair .
Jumpers and eandsoles with
t\|-s to mix and match.
Tfco American woman of 197.1
i* 871 individual. As an individual.
st wears what is right for her. S
the OHFC individualized its pro-
X' (ions four ereat styles fot
htr to pick and choose from.
Whatever the style, whether
?.)-. camisoles, wedgies or Jump-
ers .' has projected a hairstyle to
tnetch. The Oufi Cut the We Igy
C the Camisole Cut. the Junip-
i < tit are professional haircuts
c ned to the shape ol your face
anc head. These are quick and easy
hi styles for spring and summer
thai will carry you not only
through a warm, breezy after-
t. n nut that will last, well, clear
into the 'BO*.
A new dimension, a Mm nn-
gtf. ri ntiw structure, a new fash-
Ion approach for wardrobe and
hair cuffs'. A quick turn of
th* pants, sleeves and hair give*
the total caff fashion look.
For this cut, the short crown
kicks into curls, waves or just nat-
ural motion, to shapes of clean de-
fined cuff effects.
Wear the new cuff fashions and
top thdm with a hairstyle to
match!
Create a total fashion picture
from head to toe. Wear the wedgy
shoe ... a new concept in appear-
ance and comfort. This seme con-
cept is carried through in the
Wedgy Cut.
The Wedgy- stylea are fresh
fashion looks derived from a pro-
few4onal haircut. The Individual
treatments of the wedgy section
are the key to hair looking its
beat with a minimum amount of
effort. The right amount of sup-
port from a weU-nyncfcronlzed
permanent wave may be neces-
sary for your favorite styling
look from the Wedgy Cut.
Don't wait until June to start
wearing this pace-setting cut .
rush the summer sun look in your
hair with a minute amount of fin-
gi r painting concept i around your face.
The Camisole is hair news to
tk'at the clock. And it goes >o
well with those camisole fashions
that are so important to the lay.
ered look. MaUe the Camisole cas-
ual and carefree with a flick of
the curling iron. Make it elegant
with the use of a hair piece. The
Camisole is a go-everywhere, ver-
satile style for the fashionable
lady this season.
The Jumper Cut is a timely short
cut to the '80s for the clock wise
lady as the short hack is not only
designed for the today fashion look
but requires very little up-keep.
Th.- hair framing the face is left
longer and can easily be styled to
your taste waved or curled,
The Cuff is a new dimension, a new angle-,
a new structure, a new fashion approach
for wardrobe and hair. A quick turn of the
pants, sleeve, collar and hair gives a total
cuff look. The short crown on this hair
style kicks into curls, waves, or just natural
motion, to shapes of clean defined cuff
effects.
The Wedgy a fi
from a profession
the shape of (the i
treatments of the
key to hair lopkinc
amount of effort.
Projections for Sprii
ed by the Na^ioij
tologists Assog.afi:
ZAbentij ^tuenth _>vi
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Page 9-B
73 WITH FASHIONS FEATURING '80s LOOK
|y it a fresh fashion took derived
ofe^sional hair cut, designed to
of the face and head. Individual
ol the wedgy section are the
r lobkmg its best with a minimum
f e fort. The Wedgy is part of
for Spring-Summer '73, introduc-
Nafioijl Hairdressers and Cosme-
iSJCCiafion.
EX
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MfrJMt
Eneida's
Gold Room
Beauty Salon
1W.W.TM. MS 2711
Species row thru April
Shampoo $
I Set
Permanent
IUf.$15JI
Mon thru Ffi. ootir
,J50
$1050
ALBERT'S COIFFEURS
"Internationally Acclaimed Hair Stylist"
1753 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 854-9875
ANNETTE'S BEAUTY SALON
Open Mon. thru Sat. (except Thursday) 9 to 5
Thursday and Saturday 8:30 to 6:30
957 Palm Ave., Hialeah 888-2248
ELIZABETH ARDEN BEAUTY SALON
9591 Harding Ave., Svrfside, Fla. 865-3586
AXLEN BEACH BEAUTY SALON
5707 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Mtene 861-4766
ARLEN HOUSE BEAUTY SALON
"Specializing in Personalized Service"
300 Bayview Dr., N. Miami Beach 949-9591
BAY HARBOR HAIR STYLIST
1013 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Island
864-1936 or 865-9388
BEAUTY LOUNGE
1057 Washington Ave Phone 538-4478
BETTY REAM'S COIFFURES
"COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE"
9710 S. Dixie Hwy, South Miami 667-1694
BEAUTY HUNTERS
Closed Monday Friday 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
6619 W. Flagler St., Miami 261-3021
BEAUTYRAMA
6821 N.W. 15th Ave., Miami 691-9721
Hairdressers Association
Nation's Fashion Authority
1 KNRY BEAUTY SALON
Mm* Specials
Sti *et Tel. 534-70*'
$2.50
Kd I Styled $2, $3 & up
$10 A up
Thf National Hairdressers and
Cosmetologists Association
iNHCA) u-as foumUW in 1921 in
tho state of New York. Its bead-
quarters today is -St Louis, Mo.
NHCA has mon- than BO.OOO
members in the 50 states and Wash-
ington D.C. The Association is
made up of state associations
which are in turn cumjirist-d of
affiliate units.
NHCA inwide* insurance pro-
grams, legislative jjiiiiiaiice. fash-
ion news, educational training and
national advertising and publio re-
lations planning for its members.
NHOA W trw official United
>t.it-s repre^KntjiUve In the Con-
federation Internationale 6f> la
Coiffure, the prentlRious Inter-
national organization of ceame-
t.il(>c> associations worldwide.
N'HCA Hi>ontM>rs a ISA team to
the World Haintyttng Olympics
every two years. Thin year the
r-ompntitlon was held in Barce-
lona, Spain, where the ISA team
placed filth among the over 30
other eoiiiitrifs who participated
in the event.
American Hairdresser-Salon
Owner, a trade publication sent to
the entire membership, contains
the NHCA Bulletin, official news-
letter of the Association. NHCA
manages the National Hair Fash-
ion Show annually in November
and sponsors the International
Beauty Show every March.
The NHCA is the hair fashion
authority of the nation. The As-
sociation^ Official Hair Fashion
Committee designs and projects
American Hair Fashions twice an-
nually for spring and summer and
fall and winter, 'lhe American
Hair Fashions are presented in a
full color booklet available from
NHCA salons.
BISCAYNE 21 BEAUTY SALON
Open 5 days Tuesday thru Saturday
2121 N. BayshoreDr, Miami 573-0685
BIACKMON BEAUTY SALON
9110 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 691-9862
BOULEVARD BEAUTY SALON INC
"By Appointment"
2504 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 573-9109
BRICKELL TOWN HOUSE COIFFURES
2451 Bricked Ave., Miami 854-4506
CAMELOT HALL BEAUTY SALON
10185 Collins Ave., Bal Harbor 864-3376
CANDELABRA BEAUTY SALON
"Wiq Styling & Settling"
3658 Coral Way, Miami Phone 444-7013
CARMEN BEAUTY SHOP
1148 West 68th St., Hialeah
Phone: 821-4341 or 821-9292
CHARLES BEAUTY SALON
300 Ocean Dr., Key Biscayne 361-1474
COIFFURES BY TONY
481 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables 448-5357
COLONY CLUB BEAUTY SALON
748 N.W. 183rd St., North Miami-621-7161
DOLORES BEAUTY SALON
207 20th St., Miami Beach 531 -0996
EARLE'S BEAUTY SALON
9534 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 751-8541
EFFIE MAE'S BEAUTY & WIG SALON INC.
7925 NW 22nd Ave., Miami 696-1071
ELBA'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY
"By Appointment Only"
6704 W. Flagler St., Miami 261-2393
ELEGANTE BEAUTY SALON
5747 NW 7th St., Miami Phone 264-2811
EMILIO'S BEAUTY SALON
"Evenings by Appointments"
9805 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores
Phone 754-4820 or 757-4526
Brenda 9s Beauty Salon
EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLISTS
(English and Spanish Speaking)
MEN'S HAIR STYLING SPECIALISTS
(Open Tutl. Sat. at 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.]
13985 Biscayne Blvd. 947-9595
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NATIONAL BEAUTY SALONS FEATURE 1980s LOOK
ESTER BEAUTY SALON
1863 W. Flagler St., Miami 642-4261
IVELYN'S BEAUTY SAtON
Hours 9 AM to 6 PM Closed Monday
17990 Fran jo Road, Miami 235-3827
FASHION SWIRL BEAUTY SALON
7141 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 866-6786
KORiO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 532-6351
Franco of Milano-High Styling Hair Boutique
13311 W. Dixie Hwy, N. Miami 893-0021
FONTAINEBLEAU BEAUTY SALON
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-1709
FRANCES BEAUTY SALON
2141 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 446-1034
6EMA BEAUTY SALON
4503 NW 7th St., Miami Phone 443-3443
G'N ART BEAUTY SALON
Mon. thru Sat. 9 AM to 5:30 PM
6789 SW 8th St. Miami-Phone 261-6121
GLORIA & FRANKS BEAUTY SALON
"No Appointment Necessary"
402C Red Rd., Seoth Miami 661-6022
G310 COAST BEAUTY SALON
Open Sunday"
1815 NE 164th St., North Miami Beach
Phone 940-3311
GOLDEN CROWN BEAUTY SHOP
Oopn Evenings by ADpointment"
12735 NE 6th Ave., N. Miami 893-0591
GOLDEN TOUCH BEAUTY SALON
6981 Collins Ave, Miami Beach 865-6428
GRACE BEAUTY SALON
Open 9 AM to 6 PM
3326 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 573-9548
GRETA'S BEAUTY SALON
n The Hols'jm Building
5765 Sunset Drive, Sooth Miami
Phone 666-2444 or 667-6210
HAIR UNLIMITED
By Appointment"
4869 NW 36th St., Miami Springs 885-7756
K1 IDA'S STYLING SALON
'By Appoin'-^ent Only"
1132 Normandy Dr. Miami Beach 865-2226
J.'DE GARDENS BEAUTY SALON
H gh Stylmg Latest Fashions"
6550 South Dixie Hlahw.iv, Miami
Phone 665-0351 or 666-7707
j;VS CUTLER RIDGE BEAUTY SALON
10867 Caribbean Blvd., Miami 238-0161
K-'-QEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 672-9294
KARILLON BEAUTY SALON
150 NW 62nd St., Miami Phone 751-7396
LES COiFFURES BEAUTY SALON
763 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach
PHONE: 531-0592
LEO Of ITALY
3428 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove 446-4481
UUY DACHE BEAUTY SALON
9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour 865-3711
MARGARET'S BEAUTY SALON
13913 NW. 67th Ave, Hialeah-821-7602
MARTHA'S BEAUTY SALON
1327 SW. 8th St., Miami 373-1940
MARY'S CETTE ROSETTE BEAUTY SALON
6131 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 757-9288
MARLYN'S BEAUTY SALON
827 Washinqtr>n Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 531-9573
MKHELLE'S BEAUTY SALON
1630 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach
PHONE 531-9472
MAXME'S BEAUTY SALON
"Complete Beauty Service"
16344 West D Phone 940-1039
F. P. MATHIEU BPJVJTY SALON
2310 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-7331
MAZEUE BEAUTY SALON
14251 N.W. 7th Ave., N. Miami 685-6960
Cosmetologists Convene
For Spring-Summer '73
Thousands of hairdress and
-! neto >_i.--1- fro os th< na-
ton gathered .'n the riverfront in
St. Louis !')i" "I- >' -in,'
in,: o\ the 0 .. ial '' lit Fashion
tt n! the National Hair-
in --1 rs ;!;! I' issncti>Ii>. isis Asso-
ciation i.N'IICAi.
Theme or tie ev rr \ as
Cut to the '80s."
A
Highlight of the coi w i-
ht presentation of the s-- i-
, t ion's now hair fashions fors;
ummer 197s in a '.' tion t > the*
-. '.iIIKC's ofiii ial :>-.:- :sions,
i fucational programs and fashion
: 'I'll out arir. i-
sies, designed [or professional co-
ti lo lists and open to all II-
n e I rosmetologists and students
cosmetology.
One event generating much ex-
m nt was "Super Stan on
Parad Members Inducted into
the OHPC durin: t ie p is1 two
ill be prei ent -'. Today's
Profil '- a look at the content'
In round-th -
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The Car.iisole Combining the romanti-
cism of France with the chic layered look
of today's fashion, the Camisole is hair
news this season. Malo it casual or ele-
gant. It's a go-everywhere, versali'.e style
for the fashionable lady. The Camisole is
part of the Projedion^ for Spring-Summer
'73, introduced by the National Hairdress-
ers and Cosmetologists Association.
MIRTA'S BEAUTY PARLOR
214 Andalusia Avenue, Coral Gables
Phone 448-2223
MISTER RICHARD SANZ SALON
HARBOR HOUSE SOUTH
10275 Collins Ave, Bal Harbor 865-4909
MISTER RICHARD SANZ SALON
CARRIAGE HOUSE
5401 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 866-4646
NAVARRO BEAUTY SALON
815 S.W. 17th Ave. 643-2477 or 643-2060
NELSON'S BEAUTY SHOP
"OPEN 6 DAYS 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
5353 N W 27th Avenue, Miami
Phone 633-9383
NIEVES BEAUTY SALON
1752 N.W. 7th St., Miami 642-4816
PONCE De LEON BEAUTY SALON
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Cables
Phone:445-2631 or 445-2632
PRIMADONNA BEAUTY SALON
"No Appointment Necessary"
308-310 72nd St, Miami Beach 866-9527
REBECCAS BEAUTY SALON
No Appointment Necessary"
1215 NW 119th St., N. Miami 685-5552
ROMY'S BEAUTY SALON
"New Owner Eneida Pardo"
1455 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-0000
RICHARD DeWITT BEAUTY SALON
Located at 17th Road & Coral Way
1702 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 854-9021
RHEO RITA BEAUTY SALON
9726 NE. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 758-1368
RIVIERA HAIR FASHIONS
"We feature Redken Products"
1566 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables 666-9502
ROW'S BEAUTY SALON
LOCATED AT LONE PINE MOBILE COURT
20162 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach
PHONE: 931-5927
SHAUMAR COIFFURES
Hours Mon. thru Sat 9-5 Thurs. eveninq
275 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables 443-9605
SHE BEAUTY SALON
Kendall Mall 274-5333
SHE NO. 2 BEAUTY SALON
Kendall Lakes 274-9801
9047 S.W. 107th Ave., Miami
SHEAR CONTINUITY HAIR CUTTING STUDIO
2734 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 446-2389
SONIA'S BEAUTY SALON
1755 S.W. Coral Way, Miami 856-1285
STAR UTE BEAUTY SHOP
e722 N.W. 7th Ave.-691-1150
STUDIO 111 HAIR STYLING & BOUTIQUE
264 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 443-5174
SUNSETS BEAUTY SALON
"COMPLETE BFAUTY CARE"
8750 Sunset Dr., Miami 271-0311
SUNSHINE HAIR FASHIONS
9596 Bird Rd. Miami 223-316
52R Pal--' Spriitas M it- MailH'aleah-1?3-'54
1116 77th Way, Pembroke Pines 981-9860
TALK OF FORTH MIAMI BEACH
R. bsr' ii Si : Hall
1694C NE. 19th Ave., North Miami Beach
Phono: 945-8121
TERESA COIFFURE
2443 SW. 67th Ave., West Miami 666-1267
TERRY'S SILVER CLIP BEAUTY SALON
OPEN 6 DAYS 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
19934-B N.W. 2nd Ave, Miami 624-9841
7INT-N-CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 624-3331
TRES CHER COIFFURES
5631 Sunset Dr Sou;!: 666-6737
WINNIE'S COIFFURES
230 Northside Plaza
27th Ave. & 79th St., Miami 691-7372
YORK'S BEAUTY PARLOR
369 E. 1st Ave., Hialeah 8P5-4834
YOLANDA'S BEAUTY SHOP
720 S.W. 73rd Ct.. ,V -, 261-0611
CORAL BEAUTY SCHOOL
9885 East Fern Street, Perrine
Phone 235-2631
GENO'S BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY
"All Name Brand Prrdjc-s"
8626 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 691-8844
ELLIOT LEWIS INC.
Miami, Fla. Phone 634-4574
LOLA-MAR WIGS LTD.
1657 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-2053
McLESTER REPAIR SERVICE
15 S.W. 55th Ave. Rd, Miami-661-4500
MONA LISA WIGS
MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS
2851 N.W. 27th Ave.. Miami 635-1435
MONACO BEAUTY SUPPLY
452 S.W. 8th St., Miami 856-2394
PAN AMERICAN BEAUTY SCHOOL
"CLASSES DAY AND NIGHT"
1720 S.W. 8th St., Miami -643-1830
SUNSHINE STATE DISTRIBUTORS, INC
"Winslow Spray Systems"
IV NL'"nd Nort Miami
Phone 685-3501 or 945-9731
WEST MIAMI BEAUTY ACADEMY
65T00D| W 2V.'CES T E PUB"C"
6500 S.W. 8th St., West Miami 261-2203
WIGLAND
24 West Flagler., Downtown Miami 377-1033

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Friday, February 16. 1973
'f"A/*r/W/i
Mr. And Mrs. Hirsch
Feted At M'Lava Malka
Page ll B l5
Mr. and Mrs. Menaahe Hirsch.
prominent Koshor Hotel owners
an Miami Beach, will be honored
MR. AND MRS. MtSASHt N/RC5N
bv the Lubavitcher Movement and
of fiii '- i farewell
M'Lave Malka. th scon ine Satur-
wiring, i" ior t<> their ile-
. ; I 11 '. i Isi a e I
Mr. Hirs h .-. .- <
in es five nstiem with
.,; of hotels in Isi
lecame i
! ui .i- trher ':
tn
, from l
it the wi
Mr. and Mrs. HJrseh have been
active members ol the Greater
Miami Oithodox Je\ish Com-
mun.ty. Mr.Htmchs rvedaspre*-
":'"' '" the Oholei Torah Day
School foi lour :.,;1!s, and Mrg
Hirscn was a memb. ol me
1 '" "I ilv/ Oholei Torali
'" 'i' and memh ol the N shi i
habad study group.
I;"" i :< will also I'.- extended
11 ii in the same owning to l. il a-
vitch life n embers, Mr. and Mrs.
Kalman VVodonos, who ire leaving
on an extended tour of Israel.
Home For Auecl
Sponsors Partv
To Raise Funds
Th ';. aeh Hebrew Home
r? Aecil s onsored \ luneheon
' i on Jan. 25. in the
I i Auxiliary
I ittiT
this
' used to inirohase
: i issi i i the in-
ti t tbi
Ii;i:. i 1 i'h Hebi > .. Home fi >i

Post Auxiliary
Award Poster
Contest Trophy
The sixth annual Brotherhood
Program snomored jointly bv the
Norman Bruea BoWMn Post iti
i nd Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War
v. terans, will be he'd on T
' 8 p.m. at Pythian Hall, 1601
V Flagler St.
Amonv, highlights of t'.w rveninp
vili be the awaiding ol the ann lal
Liotherhood tronhv to the
- loitiiii'.' the best set of posters
In the annual Brotherhood ; ostei
[ontcst. Guest speaker will lw
rtl M Knosvles, w ho is in hi-
id Hi ; ear as Piincipal ol Miami
Senior Hieh School and currentlj
is i director of the Florida Higr
School Activities Assn. Entertain
r:ent will be provided by a groui
fiom tho MSHS choral society.
Among guests will I e the win
m is in the poster contest with
'' n fam lies and teachers. The
i ol Miami will c repn sentei
y Mayor David T. Kenned/. Via
Vlayoi Rose Gordon and t it,- Com
lissiom i .1. L. Plummcr Jr.
Alexander Gi*eenwaid is post
nander, Mis. Seema Lof-
kowit/ is president of thi I idles
.\ liarv and Rdw n I f i.
;- chairman ol the b I
.. m.
Mia. Aaron Lauer (left) receives certificate cf appreciation
from Mrs. Eernard Edelstein, co;hairman of tho journal
ccmmiltee of the Hebrew Academy Women, at a meeting
cf the organization h3lcl in the chapel of the Greater Miami
Hebtew Academy. Mrs. Lauer was honored for her work In
fcehaif of -he journal published to celebrate the 25th anni-
versary of ihe scl
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rJenisti fhrkfian
Friday, February 16, 1973
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JOHN PALLOT
John M.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norton Pallot, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services at Temple Beth
Am on Saturday morning. Feb. 17.
The celebrant is in the seventh
forum at Ransom School and re-
ceived his Hebrew education at
Temple Beth Am. He is an out-
standing goXpr with numerous
tournament trophies to his credit.
Mr. and Mrs. Pallot will honor
Iheir son at a reception for some
200 members of the family includ-
ing his grandmother. Mrs. Loui<
Pallot, on Saturday evening.
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BRIAN BAILEY
Saturday morning services at
Beth David Congregation on Feb.
37. will include the Bar Mit/vah
celebration of Brian Stuart, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailev. 5020
SW 65th Rd.
Brian is in the seventh grade
at South Miami Junior High
School, and in Hebrew grade Hay-
Vov at Beth David.
Among guests at the reception.
to be held in Spector Hall of the
temple, will be Brian's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jaffc. j
cf St. Augustine, Fla.. and Mrs.
A. Bailey of Atlanta.
RI< HARD C.OLD.MAX
Richard, son of Mr. and Mis.
Bernard Goldman, will become a \
JJar Mitzvah during 8:30 a.m.
Shabbat services at Beth Torah
< "ongregation on Saturday, Feb.
37.
The celebrant is in the seventh
piadc at John F. Kennedy Junior
H.gh School, and in the fifth grade
at Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School. He was the recip-
ient of a science award in the fifth
grade.
Richard will lie honored by his
rents at the Kiddush following
the ceremony. Among guests will
be his grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
Morris Treves, and Mrs. Sarah
Goldman.
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LEE OLDAK
Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs
Ernest Oldak, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Mi norah, Sat-
lay morning, Feb 17.
I.eon is a seventh grade studi nl
Nautilus Junior iii;;.'i School.
He plays the guitar.
A Kiddush "ill follow n rvices at
Mi norah, and t
will Im honored with ;i -
i i and dinnei S il u I .. i -
I th. Dora Beai Hoti
FRANK PRAVDER
Saturday mornii
"i" .it Temple Adatn Yeshurun will
the Bai Mitzvah <>f Fiank.
. m ot Mr. and Mrs Alden I'ra
Frank is a seventh grade student
. ( John F. Kennedy High School.
IK- is an honor student.
Mr. and Mrs. Pravder will spon-
sor the Kiddush following the serv-
ices and a luncheon at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Weinhaus,
prandparents, will be among
guests.
6 ;
LEE APPLEBAUM
On Saturday morning, Feb. 17.
Lee Harley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian Applebaum o( No, Bay
Village, will be Bar Mit/vah at
Temple Ner Tamid.
Lee is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School. He is a membei
of the Nor-Isle Optimists Football
Team, and the North Shore Qp-
limists Club Basketball team
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Lee's
honor will be tendered on Satur-
day at the* Diplomat Country Club.
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MARILYN GRAN
Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Knrique Gran, will become
a Bat Mitzvah, Friday evening,
>eb. 16, at Temple .M. norah.
Marilyn is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School.
There will be a reception in
! honor of Marilyn at the Holidav
Inn.
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RICHARD SHERMAN
On Saturday morning, Feb. 17,
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Sherman, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Beth El.
Richard is in the seventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
Out of town guests attending his
[ Bar Mitzvah will be his great aunt
, and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Isadorc
Weiss from East Windsor. N.J.
RENEE GREENE
Rcnee Denise. daughter of Mr.
; and Mrs. David Greene, will ob-
[ serve her Bat Mitzvah Saturday
; morning services at Temple Beth
El. Hollywood. Feb. 17.
Pulpit honors will be accorded
the parents of the Bat Mitzvah
Friday evening. Feb. 16.
The celebrant is in the eighth '
grade at Lanier Junior High
School.
Among guests will be Mrs. L. |
Krouk. Baltimore. Ira Simon. Tal- ]
lahassee, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohn. j
Mr. and Mrs. P. Simon and fam- j
ily. Mrs. I. Weiss, Mr. and Mis. j
M. Galpen, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohn. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. Barkin.. all of!
New Jersey. A. Burnstein. Smith- I
town. NY.. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wit-,
tenstein. Bessemer. Ala. Mr. and j
Mrs. H. Wolf son, West Palm)
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kuhasky.
Miami Ber.h, Miss Ida Londin
Philadelphia Mr and Mrs. C. Si-
mon. Staten Island. NY.
John Pal/of
Marilyn Gram
MARK LIGHTERMAN
Mark Steven, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Irwin Lighterman. 9230 SW ,
c9 St.. will celebrate his Bar j
Mitzvah, Feb. 17, at Temple
Zamora.
Mark is in the eighth grade at
I Glades Junior High School.
There will be a Kiddush follow-
ing services at Temple Zamora
and a reception and dinner at the
David William Hotel.
Among guests will be Mark's ,
maternal Grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Winniman of Miami.
and paternal grandfather Jay C.
Lighterman of New York.
Life Members
Feted Fridtiy
At A Luncheon
Tropical Cancer League of the
American Medical Center is plan-
ning a noon luncheon meeting on
Friday at the Deauville Hotel.
Mrs. Jack May, life membership
chairman, will pay tribute to life
members with a program featur-
ing a musical interlude by Sandra
Shaw.
Mrs. Meyer White will preside,
end in charge of reservations are
Mrs. I.ou Fishman and Mrs. Betty
Friedman.
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Plans are underway for a champagne breakfast Feb. 27 in
honor of the 25th anniversary of the State of Israel. The
breakfast, which is being held on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign, will
be at the Mutiny Club at Sailboat Bay. Shown (from left)
Mrs. Morton Weinberger; Mrs. Howard SchoTlin, GMJF's
Women's Division parlor meeting chairman; Burton Gold-
berg, owner and developer of Sailboat Bay. who is spon-
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Mis. Lewis Silberman, is cochairman of the event.
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Friday, February 16. 1973
LEGAL NOTICE
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Page 13-B
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-1707
FRANK B. DOWLINO
(Formerly County Judge's Court)
I:i RE; KM.it.- of
1 .ITH P DOMOSH
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TUT STATE OF-PtJORtOA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Inatrumenl purporting to he the
i,-i will and testament of mid de-
cedent has bean admitted to probate
In said Court. You are hereby pom
mattded Within M calendar month*
from tbe date of the flrat publii
ol this notice to appear In raid Court
and enow cause, if any >..ii in. v.h\
the action of aald Court In adml
.i will to probate should not
u n voked.
FRANK I- I" (Wl.lSfJ
CtRCl'lT COt'RT JITM1E
B] MB1 l: \ DICK
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STARRER 7.i:\ii".i R'iskin and
M i;ii.hH"NNi:k p a
v Uarneya For Bxi u
I N nacajrne Rouli iard
M iml Florida
Kii --i put Ilcatli oi
the Ind day of Februai)
! 2-9-11
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 73 2071
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
1\ THE MATTEH OF
\ loptlofl of minor i h 1
i.\ stepfather
BERNARD EDW VRD Ol IVERI
Pi It loner
Til JIMMY LEE DAVIDSON
Realdence I'nki
Address I'nk'.
TOO AUK HERERY "
II ..t an action for adopi
I airalnal you In the nb ivleil
. -urt. ami Hint you ai uln
serve n copy of your anawri or i
i aa if any, to ll 01 (hi
attorney. ROHKRT II BURNS, E8-
Ul'IRB, 420 Uncoln Road, M n
Reach, Florida and file the orisrinat
with the clerk of the above-;!!
, ,,urt on or before the 7 day of March,
1973; otherwlne a Judgment may be
entered aaainst roJ for the relief di -
m .a,led In the complaint
WITNESS, my hand and seal of
? ..id Court on January I >7
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade Countv Florida
By: I.. BNEBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Ctiurt 8eal> ,.,,,
RoRKRT H Bl'RNS. ESUI ll'.H
420 Lincoln Rd Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida
Phone: 138-4421
Attorney for Petitioner
th
LICAl NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N-OT.CB .S^EByWn that
* underalimed. deairhuf to enaSS!
SS24TL T.JS S">S
Ko^d^ou^FtS^"
DRS, pEMERMA.v: BROWN AND
PBOFE88II NAL A^ II T V'. - for nppl
Miami. Ha.
____ 2-9-16-23
__NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,, -,. 'N0 PROPERTY)
f. cHwE=.5lRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL"ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
rcfcl CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1058
.*- JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RP F MARRIACE
-LI'S, husbai i
IIA NA I!by: r>s
;
H pine ii
IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I Mar-
id v.,u and
ony of
in ', n di :. nsi -. If \n\ to i'
"mi: II I.IPSoN ESQ. at-
for Pel Idrei
' ll.illiu dale
' the original
Ktvle.l
"i r> 28, I97J:
uli u 111 he tered
u I lit ( di in.,'i.I. d
... ,
m I I once
foui ......itive weeks
THE JEW ISH KLORJDIAN.
the s.-:,l of
Fl n da .ii this
.'I J.(\ of 1973
I \RD P I1RINKER
A Plerk, Clrcuil Court
I Ii r untj Fl irlda
Rj I. HNEEDEN
\ '.....utj Clerk
i ini Seal)
8 .'-!'-ifi-;3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-439
. L.N2TICE tO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAX CYPBN
Deceased.
To All Creditor* and ah Persona Hav-
EHtat "ms Dr D'nl""1- Analnst Bald
LEGAL NOTKE
1 afc" W hereby notified and retretred
t to-pr.-srfu any i.iiir,- and demands
which you may have against the es-
tat,- of max CYPEN deceased lati of
Dade t ounty. Florida to tha Clrcuil
judges of In,I,- County, and file the
same m duplicate and a* provided In
Section ,:::: 16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will i- barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
day of Jan.. A 11 1973
IRVING CYPEN
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the j.; day ,,r Jan 197 I
Felix, Knixkern, Neuman & Reel
Bj l I-v.i i: Reet
Attorney for Executor
Concord BulldinR, .Miami. Fla.
1 J.: 2 J!'-!G
23
on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No 73-317
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK Estate of
MICHAEL-ANN KAMINER
T^AMCrditois and V.I Prrsoi s Hay-
li culms or Demai d ^>:'i "' S4 "
K'vou':are h.rl.) nolll ed md re-
uuire.l to present an>
manda which you ma; hav.
the .state of MICHAE1 VNN kAJ
IN Kit. PMtSX I ......', IJrt*
Florida, t.. tbe Clrcuil Ju '
County, and rile? the same du
,.. .,d as provided in Se.
Florida siatut-s i" their ." ;'
,.. coMltj Courthouse lnW,
ty. Florida, within six calendar.m
fr..m the time of Ihe firs lr ,1
hereof, or the same wM "e barred_
Dated at Miami Florida, this -<"
d:,\ of January. A P. I?7*
MURIEL I IM 88ELL
As A.lniini-'" .itnx
First publication of Ibis notl
the 2nd day of February. }*ihon
SIM.-N. HAYS* ORCNDBRa
Attornays for Admlniatratnx
Ainsley Bulldlna >--16-S3
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 OROS8MAN
I >. .i-.-.i
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
Inn Claims or Demands Ajtalnst Said
E '
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mandr which you may have against
tat. 'f MAE GROSSMAN. De-
. ,-..! late of Dade County. Florida
Circuit Judges of Dade County.
i : same In duplicate and as
provided Section 7JJ.16, Florida
Statuti (1 offices In the Coun-
ts L'ourlhous. In Dade County. Flor-
mhli six calendar months from
: i-: publlcatlan hara-
ame will be barred.
|,,-.,i Miami, Florida, this 25
da> ( January. A 1> 1973.
CECILIA WIT KIN
\- Bxecutrix
|- publi. atlon of tins notice on
: lai I February. 1973
LAPIDCS .v HOLLANDER
,\ ikin a k a Ceil Unkind
:i" N E Stll Avi ue
N'orth Miami Beai h, Florida^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
PROBATE DIVISION IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-391
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
SA.MCEL in ICHBERQ
l ei eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inn Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..u are hereby notified and renuireil
to present any claims and demands
which you mac have against the es
tate of SAMUEL HOCHBERG de-
ceased late of italic County, Florida,
to the Circuit Court. Probate Division
of Dade County, and file the sum.- in
duplicate anil as provided in S.-,:ion
733.16. Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in Dade
County Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 23
day of January. AD 1973.
LULU HOCHBERG
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 26 day of January. 1973.
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
By Harvey Baxter
Attorneys for Administratrix
1ST:. NE 163nl Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
1/26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
II a undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE LEX) .1. GOLDMAN GRAPHIC
ARTS STI'DIO at filin s \\". 40th
Street. Miami. Fla. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit coum of Dade County, Florida
DANIEL JAY CUM.D.MAN
1/26 2/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-6229
In BE: Estate of
HANNAH TODD COLEMAN
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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
whi.h you may have against the es-
tate of HAWAII TODD COLETMAN
deceased late of Dade C mnty, Florida.
to the Circuit Judges of Dad.- County,
'.and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 7:::: 16, Florid..
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, this 19 day
of Januai y, a d 1973
.1 Evans
As Administrator
Fin t publication ol this notli e i i
tiv 86 day of Januarj. 1973.
ESSEN \- ESSEN
Attorneys for Administrator
1208 Ainsley Bide. Miami. Fla 33132
i 26 i i-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
bualneas under the fictitious name of
Art Cam,i.e. d b a M.W, Association
Ltd, at P i) Box J395 Norland Branch,
Miami Fla. 33169 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
1 26 2 2-9-16
LEGAL NOTKE
15 B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-2844
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage of:
RUPERTO MANUEL ALMANZA.
Husband and GLADYS P" >ZO
ALMANZA. wife.
TO: GLADYS POZQ-ALMAJjZA
s.tn Manuel Irtenti
T< i mlno Puerto Padre
Oi ente, 'uba
Yl [ ARE HEREBY ll i
Petition for Dissolution "f Marriage
has been filed against you. and you
are herebs required to serves cops -i
your answer or other pleading to th")
Petition on the Husband's attorney.
LESTER ROGERS. Whose address is
I I .1 N W. ITU- Avei Ue, .Miami. Flor-
ida 3312.', ai A file the original with
the cierk of the above styled court,
on "r before this 12 day of .March.
l!i7:i or a default will be entered]
against you.
dated this c day of February, :
RI< HARD P. BRINKER
i!lerk of th.- i'In uli l"ourt
BY; c l. ALEXANDER
2 9-16 23 :
< 2-9-16 :"
nil
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PFDBATE DIVISION
No. 73-J36
JOHN R BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Esl ite of
BEN H IIAR\ El
T^AHCrUltors and All P....."~,}]?'\]
Inn Claims or Demands Against Bald
ig
You are h
nulred to orei
mands whl n
the estate of
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL" iWS^ggir
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
REINALDO VERGES.
Husband,
and
TERESA VERGES.
TO: TERESA VEROES
II North 6th Avenue
Mayw.od. Chicago Illinois
TOU ARE HEREBY >'"TF5
that a petition for Dissolution of yout
Marriage has been Iliad n'"1ir^',rr"
menced In this court and >"' '
ouired to serve a copy of WWnt
ten defenses. If any. t" It on HAROU
cease. ESQ. attorney lor Mttomr.
whose address Is 17*0 ^ "'V. .li-
st.....t. Miami. Florida, ami n UJ
original with the clerk ol Iba anov'
styled curt on or before arcn .
1!.T3. otherwise a default w 11 be -
tered against you lor lh t.n.f prayed
for in the complaint or patim"'
This notice shall be puhllshcl "...
each week for four conaecutlye wees
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand a... th') s.
of said .ourl at Miami. Floriaa "
this l day ..f February } *.__
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit < ourt
Dade County. Honda
llv c P ii >PE1 IND
As Depun C
ICir.'uit Court Seal)
IIAKoli) CBA8B. ESQ
I7M West FlaKl.r Street
Mia al, Florida IS 135
Aturney fot Petitioner .,, ](. ,., .,
reused late ol lv
,,, the Circuit JUdgi -
and file Ihe
provided 1
Statutes.
r.-l.v notified and re-
,| ;,m claims and da-
, .ii ma) have against
BEN 11 HARVE1 da-
le County, Florida,
at i, ei. County.
it* ind as
Section 733.18 Florida
their offices In the <
[v Courthouse
id.i. within sl>
the time of the
,,f or the sain.
Dated al Miami,
da}
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. 73-1408
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
HENNIE COLLINS, also known as
BENNY COLLINS
Husband
and
BETTY JANE HALL COLLINS
Wife
TO: HETTY JANE HALL. COLLINS
Route No. 1 P O.
w.iithurviiie. Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I..en filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on SIDNEY BFRONRON, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 612 Ains-
ley Itldg 14 NE 1st Ave Miami.
Florida 33132. and file the original
with the clerk of the above Styled
court on or before Feb. S8. I7li
otherwise a default will i.....ntered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition
Thi- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
19 day of January. !'.i7:l
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Da.te County. Florida
By R M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFRON80N
(12 Ainsley Ridg..
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney f, Petitioner ^ ^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REGGAE RECORDS at fi.io:, Collins,.
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida Intends Attorney for Administrator
to register said name with the Clerk] llT.'i N.E. 135th Street
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 7'-63
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Estate of
PATRICIA RENEE SHACKELFORD.
Dec. ased
To Ail c- nd All Persoi H iv-
Ing Claims or Demands Against S l
Estate:
You an hi n by n Ifled nnd reouii I
to present any claims and demands
n hi. !, j nu n ha\ agalnsl ll......
tate of PATRICIA REXEE SHACK-
i:i.l'i 'RD. ,I, .eased late of Dad< Coun-
ty, Florida to the Circuit Court >(
bade County, and file the same -i
duplicate and as provided In Section
Flor ds Statutes, in th. ir nf-
fices in the County < '< ui ihou e In
Dade County, Florida, within six i
endar months from the time of tha
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dat.d at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day of January. A D. 1973
WILLIE SHACKELFORD
As Administrator
Filed at Miami. Florid*, this 18
dav of January. A D. 1973.
M JAY BENNETT
n
h
o
n:.
an
ill. -
M
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M
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'I. .
M\
la I
It
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALSTON PAIR ENTERPRISES. INC
By: Alston Bair
President
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for
420 Lincoln Road. Room 211
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
1/28 2/2-9-16
North Miami. Florida 3311
1 36 2 2-!>-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enirage In
business under the fictitious name of
RKRAC REALTORS at ISIS 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
bv: Edward M. Waronker, pres.
1 36 S 2-9-16
Dade County. Flor-
. ,:, :,i ,,- months from
first publii atlon here-
. w ,n be barred.
ami. Florida, this .>
: Jai nary. A D I9T3
Louis H Harve)
M)< (,.t.l Ha vel
As Executors
p,, publication of this notice on
the 2i.....?V CYPEN .* MA1NS
At tor,i.v [nr Estate of
BEN H HARVEH
ihui Oodfres '"',....1
uumi Beach. Florida 33IJ
Miami Beach,
S3140
j 2-9-16-M
,.., i-1or11IT COURT Ol- THE
elVvEeStRhjuVcial CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-2960
(Judoe Blanton)
IN RE Estate of
.111-1A C SHEA
herehv given that
rl and t'etnion
Discharge
of JI1.1A
. 1 have
notice is hen
filed my Final
tor Distribution
Executrix of
C SHEA, deceas
1 J "f ^f^circul't-Couri Judieof
Kepi
nnd Final
ihe estate
,i thai on the
will apply o
.I.
1973.
ihe Honorable
i ladi
County. Florida I
r appn
v ,1 of
^ ^'Tn,^^^ri^!]:^
,,... .1 deced-
nd final 'l;-, y"^,,,'...,,,,
"", ".e',;'"' Ss ,'
""' RiTH UNDSAY. Executrix
BERNARD A WIEDER
Attorney
tot Lincoln Road .,
Miami Beach. Florida Mt/j.f.M.j,
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. 73-15*2
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
BTEPHAN C.YI.MOTI.
Petitioner,
and
CHARLENE QYIMOTL
Respondent.
TO: CHARLENE C.YI.MOTI
911 Mol-ean Avenue
YOU0"AWb "HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve n cony of
voiir written defenses. If any to It on
Aha Koss attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida, and file the orlgina
with the ci.rk of the above styled
court on or before February -. 1>.3
otherwise a default will be anterad
against vou for tlie relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week fur four consecutive weeks
fn THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
s,;,l cowl at Miami. Florida on this
dav of January, 1973......
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
llv C P OPBLAND
As Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STONE & SOSTCHIN
ut >rn..\s of petitioner
101 N YV 1-th Avenue
'be Koss
Attorney for Pet.t.oner ^ ^^
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 SCHREIHER. husband
and
LESLEY SCHREIBER. wife.
Tie BERNHARD SCHREIBER
16. D. Hardwood Acres
Mansfield City Road
Storrs, Connecticut _______
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of .Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It on
ARTHIR H LIPSON. ESQ.. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address i
I9sn So Ocean Drive. Suite 1..I .
Hallandale. Florida 330"9. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
Styled court on or before 1-ehruary
Jg l7S; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall he published on, e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Miami. Florida on
this l*th day of January, 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Curl
Dade County. Florida
By I. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal}
ARTliril H. LIPSON
Attorney for Petitioner ^ ,,,.,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
N 73-344
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nf
LILLIAN GOODMAN
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-.
manda which you may have against
the estate of LILLIAN GOODMAN
deceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Circuit Judges Of Dade County.
Florida, and file the same m dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733 lt>.
Florida Statutes in their ofti.es in
the Countv Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
Be barred. ., _
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS day
of January. A D 1973
ESTHER GOODMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 86th dav of January. 1973.
CYPBN ft NEVINS
BsU'oyf LILLIAN GOODMAN
g".". \rthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida j ^ f |^_J<
and file
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5580
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estate of
LAZARUS W. POLLACK
Deceased. __
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of LAZARUS w POLLACK de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
t,, the County Judges of Hade I ounty.
and file the same in duplicate and at
provided In section 733 in Ftorida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coui -
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within sis calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 1
d.iv of November. AD. 1972.
SAM POLLACK
Ai Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2fi day of January. IMS.
'RONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Attorneys for Executor
908 Ainsley Building. Miami. |;,_,(
RICHARD P. RHINK1-.R.
Clerk Circuit "'ourt
By C P. Col'ELAND
DEPI'TY CLERK
(Circuit Court Seal I
1/8-9-16-28
Wildfire
in the south.
There's no
future in it.
Jdvert.t."
if> puo: i itood
Help Prevent Forest Fires in the South
ll
Id
s--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-2141
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IV RE: MARRIAC.E OF
BRENDA A. MI'SICK. wife and
DONALD WAYNE MI'SICK husband.
TO DONALD WAYNE MCS1CK
, o H. MI'SICK
Rte No. 1. Box 4A
the
uit
of
Uuil'liiiB.
loniev for Petitioner.....
or iii-I with the Clerk of the .-,rcu.
Court on or before the 11 March. 1973. otherwise a default iil
be entered acainat you.
DATED this 29 day
1973.
of January.
J


F^ge 14-B
+Jewisti fUrkflairi
Friday, February 16, 1973
LE6AL NOTICE
1EGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKv
IEGAI NOTKE
LCGAL 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. "72-23730
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N RE:
.'EDDIE LEE DAVIS.
Husband
and
Win MAY DAVIS.
Wife.
TO: JENNIE MAY DAVIS
Residence I'nknown
Y that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
Wee has been file.l nicninst you and. vide.I
>i are reauired lo serve a copy of Ulei
- ur written defenses. M any. to ii on
. II.I.IAM SHAPIRO. attorney for Pj-I
ifth
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-442
J. GWYNN PARKER
in RE: Estate of
JOHN M. iil\SI(l"K<;
[i. i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..r Demands Attains! Said
Estate:
Yiu arc hereby notified and required
I., present any claims and demands
which you may nave agalnal ihe ee-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-625
J. GWYNN PARKER
in RE: Rsta.....I
BENJAMIN BOOART
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Personi
Ing claims or Demands ArbIIisi
Estate: .....
Y..11 an hereby notified and required
to present any claim- and demands
which you may have aicalnsl Ihe es-
tate of HENJA.MIN BOGAHT deceased
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 73-2^61
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-2314
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
CARMEN VALENTIN JACQUES,
Wife,
vs.
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION, [XKOCRNT P. J. JACOI'KS.
Hav
Said
th
and
late of JOHN M. niNSRTRO deceased late ol Dade County. Florida, lo
late ol Dade County, Florida, to ihe Circull Judges of Dad.- County,
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as pro-
file Ihe same in duplicate and as pro- \ hied In Section "33.lt. Florida Stat-
Section T33.16, Florida Stat-lutes, in their offi.es in the County
"lade County, Floridi
Honer. whose address is ,".f.l N.E
.-. Miami. Florida S31SS and tde the
Mltinal with the Clerk of the above
-vied curl on or before March ..
i::: otherwise a default will be en-
red ajralnat you for the relict de-
n ,ii.l.d in the complaint o' petition.
Thi- notice shall be published once
.h week for four consecutive weeks
. THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal or
- ,1 court at Miami. Florida on this
h day of January. 1H73.____
RICHARD P. BRISKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By l BNEEDEN
v- Deputy Clef*
o ir.-uit Court Seal)
V II.I.IAM SHAPIRO
: l N.E Tuth Si re-'
M ami. Florida S313J
A itornes for Petitioner
8/S-9-16-I3
their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months Ironi the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
ihe same will be barred
Dated at Miami Florida, this L'7 day
..( February A 1> 1873.
HAROLD E QINSBl'RO
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the i'th day of February, i!'7:>.
ARTHIR 8. DEVIN8
A ttorney for Bxei utor
'L'l Cilv National Rank BMff,
Miami Florida 33130
j 9-16-23 :: :
Courthouse in Dade Coui .
within si\ calendar months from ihe
time "i ihe first publication hereof.
or the name will be barred
Filed at .Miami. Florida, this I! day
of February A D. I97J
I! \WAII BOOART
\. Exei utrlx
Flrsl publication of this noil
the M.th das of February. IM I.
Harry Zukeinick
Attorney for l-Xe. utrix
430 I.in. oln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33139,
I i-_-.: :: 8-3
IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA:
FORMERLY
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
. RE: Estate of
;S BR FRANK
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein iciven that I have
.... mi Final Repori and Petition
Dh ribul..... and Final ".-. h.iiKe
. v... in,.i ..i the estate of M .1 BR
KA.VK deceased: and thai on the
das ol Man h. 1973, "ill apply to
' ... Hi orahii I 'ounty .ludaes dI Dade
iintv, Florida for approval ol
ill i:. pot I and for dlstrlbuti
..I discharge as Executor
.-,;,:. n| the abox--named de
da> "i January. 1973.
I DAVID J FRANK
' 11. .v NEWMAN
STANLEY M I'RI-.i-
turtles'
Wl.KY M l'l:El>
, i,.,.i. Fed. ral Buil t
,. Florida 38131 -37,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-772
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JEAN JIXDKA
I lei .'.is. 'I
To All redllors and All Persons Hav-
1 inK Claims or Demnnds Axuinsi s.ii.l
I Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
In present any claims and demnnds
which you mas hay.- against the es-
tate of JEAN JINDRA .1.....ased late
.f Dade County, Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges ot Dade County and file
! the same In duplicate nnd ns provided
in Section 7.".:: 16. Florida Statutes, 11.
their offices In the Counts Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of the
flrsl publication hereof, or thi me
\. ill he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this !
das "I February, A D. 1973
Sanfoid 8. Faun, e
As E\... utor
Flrsl publication of this notice on
Ihe Itith day of February. IH73,
FAl'NCK, FINK .V FORM AN
itij Congress DldK.. Miami. Fla.
.: 71 -.471
2 16-23 :
id
.f the
edellt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-rMOt
NOTICE OF *,UIT
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN UIVKN that
the undersigned, deslriliH lo euxaxe
in business under thi fictil
ol PERU CONRACTORS ill ::il N.W.
Avenue, Miami. Fla. intend lu
rexlstei said name yy'.th the llcrk ol
hi i' rcuit Court ol Dade I 'ounls.
Florida
MARIO A ROMERO
ARMAS 1 PEREZ
J IK-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XI "TICK IS HERERY I1IVEN I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-792
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
in RE: Estate of
KM AN t'El. I" GREENBERO.
,1c. cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Axninsl Said
Estate:
\.,ii are hereby notified and required
:.. present any claims and d.-mauds
which you may hay.- axninsl tl.....
tali ol K-MANl'KI. P OKBENBKRl!.
i|< ... Ml lat< of I lade i' uni \. Flot
id;,, i., the Circull Judxes "i Dude
Counts', and file Ihe same In dupli-
cate Htld .is provhled in Sei-tii .::
6, Florida Statutes, in theli office)
in in,- Counts Courthouse it Dade
Counts', Flot...... within iy calendar
monlliK from the time ( tin firsl
puhlli allon hereof, or lh< sain
i.e barred
Filed ..' Miami. Fl.....la this
of February .AD 197.1
KATE CiHKENUKRt!
DR. MARTIN UREKNHEHIi
\- Executors
Flrsl publication of this notice
the in das ol February, 197.1
JOSEPH SCHMIBR. Esquire
Atloi nes foi Ex. utor*
Mifi I.hi. o|n Road. Suite 306
ll Reach. Fla.
2 16-23 3 2-S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
,' JOSEPH RASCH. Petitioner.
and
HETTY RASCH. Respondent
I'M BETTY RASCH
BOO Concourse Village West
Mronx New York
TOl' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal an action for Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
riaxe has been filed ncainsl you and
i vnu arc reuulroil to nerve a coo.v of
your written defenses, if any. to It on
SHIRLEY VVOOLF. attorney for Pe-
I iitioner. yy ho.-e address is |20 Lincoln
Road, Suite 111. iflaml Reach Flor-
ida :>.".'::'. and file the orlxinnl with
the clerk of the above styled court
Ion or before March 7. 1X73: otherwise
i default Will be entered against vnu
j for the relief demanded in the com-
, plaint or until ion
This notice shall be published once
each yv.ek for four consecutive week*
in Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the ceal
..| said court at Miami Florida on
this 30 da> of Januars. <973
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Rv I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Clri ml Cant Senll
SHIRLEY \V< >OLF
120 I ......In Road, Room I'll
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
(Vtln.....y for Petitioner
2 '2-9-18-23
on
yy ill
day

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THE CIRCL'iT COURT
IN A\D FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN prof:
I II
DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I I I i Ha<
: Hcm.uul
--
Wildfire
in the south.
There's no
future in it.
Help stop the woods
i arsonist-report him
I nit 'I.....
You an oi :
ni
eainsl the -
DAVID Rl /. il< eased uti
Unl tlie C
I ou
sa.....luplli ul< and ...- pi '^ Id. il in
F i Ida Slatuti -.
in the l*i unl y Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
..il. n.lai m-.nibs Irom the lime of ih<
first publication hereof, or the same
n ni be n.ii red
Dated ..i Miami, Florida, this 7th1
da; ol Fi hru ry, \ 11
HEBMO i.\ RE /.
A- !> Ul
Flrsl nublli at Ion of thli m Hi nn
the ''in .i,.y of Februar)', 1973
HENRY NORTON
A i tot i '. for Estate
11(> Bin ayne Itldx.
i M iaml, Fla, 33130
2 : Ii. !3 3 :
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTKUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PrtOPEK'l Yl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3463
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN RE 'I'll K MARKIAOE !',
I'Ei llll SANTIAl : I, .IR .
and
Ii I.VA .-' \ S'TIAI !i I,
\\ il.
'i i ,AMi >N.\ SANTIAl il
i
Vli ARE I
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ilddr.
s yy mi. i'loi
, | .. nd fih tin
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. i .i default ii i
.. ,i r the i ili
I
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I anil and
'i ami.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4798
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ol
LENA tilNANDES
I............I
To All Creditors and All Pel ot H
ilia Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
i i.u are hereby notified and n
uulred to present any claims and de
in.mils which you ma> bay. uKainsi
Ihe estate of LENA CHNANDES de-
ceased late "i Dade county. Florida,
:.. the Circuit Judses ol Dad.- Coun-
ts', and file the same In duplicate and
provided In Section t: : it. Florids
Statutes, In the County Courthouse In
I lad,- Counts*, Florida, within six cnl-
ndar n.....Ihs from Ihe time "i the
flrsl publication hereof, "i the same
yi ill be bai i e.i
Dated at Miami, Florida this Isth
dm ot Janu.1l y. A 11 1973
PHYLLIS CHAZAN
AS i. ..-. u. i i.\
l':i publi. ation of ilu- nol |i on
nd das ol Februai y. !:: .
Kommi Roiri -. i..it..-r *
-
I foi 12xi 'HI IN
i Roud, Miami Ii. I i
i
Husband.
ViM'. INNOCENT P .1 JACQUES
residence unknonn. are required In
file your answer lo the petition f'>r
dlsanlutlon of marriage with the ^erk
of the above Cottrl and serve a copy
tber.-of ution Herman t'ohen. Ban .
1310-11 Comrreaa Rldit Miami Flor-
ida, on or before March 1H. 1973. or
.-I-.- petition yy ill be confessed
Dated: Jan 30. 1973
RICHARD P, BRINKER
Clerk, i 'ir.-uii i 'ourt
By H J. FOY
ISenutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
- -J-9-1S-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2962
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
IDA RUTH SILVERMAN
I'.-, eased
To All Creditors and All IVr-.n- Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Anal net Bald
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present anv claims and de-
mands yyhieh s "ii mas nave uratnst
the estate of IDA R1TII SILVER-
MAN deceased late of Dad. County,
Florida, lo the Circuit Judg.....I Dade
Cuntv. and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7::::-
10, Florida Statutes, In then office*
in the County Courthouse In D oi
County, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publicntloon hereof, ot the same will
i.c barred
l lated .ii Miami Fl i Ida, this jy.ri
dm Januars a i>
ANNA IIOIIROW
A Admlnlsti atrlx
Flrsl publication of tins n dice on
tl..- 2nd dnv of Februars li
Kmmi I. Rogi i s, I .-: hei S
man
Vtlori Vdmlnist i ntrix
IJ" l.hn oln Road, .Miami lii ich Fl I
.' :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE11Y tilVEN that
the under-ign.ii desirlna lo viikiiki n
business undei the fictitious nam. ..f
VIP TRAVEL ai -i"! N W in Sin -
Mi..mi. Fla intends to registei ^....!
n.mi. with the clerk of th,. Circuit
i "ourt ol I lade < 'ounty, Floi Ida
DAVID HAVLOCK
J 3-9 |i! i
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ton MHStNGtK ICtViCl
*'Mnistitkr/kUar}
sol.cit,s your legal notices.
We appreciate your pa-
Ironage and guarantee ac-
curate service at ideal
/ates.
Dial 373-4605
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-329
FRANK B. COWLING
In RE: !' t.-.i- of
HERNARD .! KATZ
dei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All f'reditois and All Persons Hav-
i :ilK Claims or Demands Against Slid
I '.lie:
v u are hen by notified and required
:> present any rlalmi and demandi
i which you mas have aualnal the .--
late i I BERNARD -l KATZ dei ... .
late of Dade County, Florida to the
ii. uit Judges ,.r D...I.. i ounty, nnd
file Ihe name in duplicate and as pro-
y ni.-.I in Section 7.; I 16. Florida si it -
in tin ii offices In the Coui Is
courthouse In 1 "ade I tout I y Floi Ida
within six calendar months from ihe
time or the first publication hereof
or the same yy ill be barred
Filed at Miami, Florid:,, this Is
lav of January, A D i"T::
RUTH KATZ
As Ex. it rix
Firsi publication of thii
the tfi day of January, 1973
II VRRV ZUKRR.NICK
A : loin... f,.i Exei ulrix
ln Mm oln Rd
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
I
.n
on
l>i ...il v Clerk
'.......t r t s. r. i
FRIEDMAN AND I.IPCON
..... ., I-..M mil Sirei i. Suiti '."',
Floi I (41
,\l :..i n. \ fi i', mer
MITCHELL .1 l.ll'i'i >N
B/lt .
IN THE CIKCUIT COUhT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6053 t Parker!
(Former.y County judge's Court
111 RE Eitati
.WIT \ F \ INI l-'.X'l'.
Deci nsed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'ersi.iii Hav-
iiia Claims or Demands \c.ii,.t Said
Estate:
i "U are hi i i......tified and required
to present anv claims and demands
whii h y..u mas have aci......\ ,.s.
late ol AMT.y p VINCENT deoened
late -I Dadi County. Florida lo Ihe
1 Hi Uil i mi. Prolnrte D y :si. n ..'
Dade County, and file the sum.- In
provided ni Becllon
.:::: I Florida Statutes, In il\.-i, ,.t
fjeea In th. i ounls Courthouai In
Dadi inn.. Florida within si, al-
i.iiar nioniiiv iM,ni ||>,. !,. ,,f t||).
hi si publication hereof, or the ,-
will be barred
Dated ..i Miami, Florida, this
das Ol February A I) R'T"
RICHARD !: VINCENT
At Aiinniii:- i ..p.i i "[' \
I" rsl nuhltcuti......i tins notlci
tin 111 dus of February, !:::
HARRIS SIRKI.N p y
Attortieyii i,.i y.'n, | trator i' I'.v
,,n Fl..... Dude Federal Bids
Miami. Florida :.
2 111
IN THE CIFiCU'T JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-476
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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sti:i ; \ t .-
Dade I ounu '
1 : Judm I i t oti-it
. It ilupl
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U I lade Coui I'.oi
thin six call ndai.....
.... ut, ,
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I .ai of llu-
ii.-- day of Fein uat !'.
Shi Idon it I'.,
\' i irm \ to. K dati
i >: \ y\ 7il Street. M
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NUMBER 7:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
li RE Estate of
Rl '-K Mi ISKi '\\ I'l'Z
I.....
T.. All Crei il All |V|
' ilmi oi i leniiiiid Akii ii i Said
K late
S'.u are herein
eiil ans cla m- i I de-
li v ..|| III |\ I
Ihi ROSK 'Sk, >.\ i |. .
ed lull i
Ii uuis.
lun : as
i
i in tin i
i Dade ("ou
from
e first ou
I
u
Eslliel i
i
First publi of iM
" .,,.
SIMON. HAYS .\ HIM' s'DW EIlll
ittoni. y.. foi I: ecull
y .i i. Itu
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I. HERK
...
I.U .il in di .
y I'l'in: s ai
' Mlum Florn
i-i'i mi .i
Ida
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III.
8th
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELiVEr-JTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
HVI1- ACTION NO. 73-1940
GENERAL JURISCiCTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR OISSOLUTION
1X. OF MARRIAGE
'\ RE: THE MARRIAiiK OF
lil.l iRI \ I.AZ. i
ill .1
REINAI.1H1 I AZu
TO: REINAI.Dt i AZO
'' i Ti : ai.,. \ :;-,.-,
i. and i
\ i dado i'i BA
v" ARE HERERY N
lhai an a. th ii for D, soiiitio,
naKe in., been filed aauinst
sou are reauired la servi
y.ur written defenses, if anv
on Alii) h'."SS. all..inc. (or IVtll,.
whose ad Iress is mi \.\\ .
I
iiw The ClriCUIT COURT OF THE"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-421 (Jurtq. Dowbngi
(formerly County Judges Court)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Rl- Install
SYI V|l I AZZARIN.
I... .. i
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav.
Inlm |>. mi u> \c.,i said
TIFIED
of Mar-
i'ou and
l.v o|
it
h Av.'-
ni'd file the
f the alloy e
March Sin
ul' vyill Im
r. 1.....!.
il..
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY IIIVEN lhal
uiidersbtned, desiring to ntfaite
in i.ii.iii.ss under the fictitious name
ol l.i.I/. STORKS at 1*1! sv\ 1st
Mn el Miami Fi., Intends lo reicist< r
said nami with thi Clerk of the I'lr-
cull Conn f Oade County, Florida
VII K\ ri: .'. Ri nz
:-::: i 9
nue, Miami Flu 1'XA
otiKical yv,,h il, i, | .
Ktyled court on or befo
IPlS. oiIl.-v. i a .1
'C.i mst niu f,,(- (J,
nils notice slum he published on. -
eat* week for four consecutive weeks
"Tji:.I r:\ylSH I-I...RII.IAX kS
V\ ii\i...s ,, hand and the seal
> court H| Miami Florid, on
ins i das "i Januat y IMS
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As clerk, i 'in uii i ourt
Had. County, Florida
Bl !< A HEVVETT
.... v" D-nuly Cl,,k
" In un Court Seal)
ABE KOSS
101 S W tsth Avenue
Miami i'i i :.. i......
Atten: > ; Petitlonei
.' I l
notified ind re-
ns l..nn- and de -
may have .,,.., ,,.t
'ida
>uii-
County Flor-
month tr. .in
liere-
i: stat.
^ "U are hen b>
quired lo i'. .
nan.I- which you
1 '" ol SYI.VRV'ijizZAR"lN"de-
..-..-.l ::,i. ,,; ,,.,,!,. runty.FIria.
. ,' i ";,u" '""l,:'~ r'"'- county
ami tile the same ,,, duplicate ,...'
us pmvlded in Sei lion 7 :: 16 Fl
Statutes, in thi Ii -.. in ,,'.
S ourthouse in Dndi
Ida, within six Hlends
Uj lime ... u. ,,, .,, .,,,
Of Ol 11,,. -.,|,. W||| i,,. |,.,r,,.,|
Dated at Miami, Florida, tl
Oaj i January. A 1 i 11.7-1
DOII IRKS M I.AXZARIV
A- Rxei utrix
tl.' '., Pub>'lon of this
the ind day ..r February
ROBERT H WHITE
Attorney for Rxeoutrlx
I0S8 Alfred I duPonl Bulldlnc
------ ; L'-n-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
NAME LAW
,*"[' K IH HEREBY OIVEN
-.tb Avenue Mb...... Fla
reKister -aid name with
1 i" un Cowl ot nwta
I'lTI
so
notl. e on
that
4I N \V
Intend* 1
[lie Clerk ..f the
I OUnly, Florida
.11 >S E.I
TRAVIESO
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Page 15-B
UGAL NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE
No. 72-1851
>TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
? PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
KK: Estate of
L\'NY WAN** v.i -m.
|>e.as.d.
fioTlCE Ii hereby given that I have
jd a Final Report ami PelUU-n for
Sltibulion anil Final lm-i-iiarse n-
in \ of the estate of Fanny
|bpk. deceased: and that on the L'3
of February. 197;!. will a only to
Honorable Circuit Judges of Dadi
^untv, Florida. for aonroval nf said
nal Report and for distribution and
juti dischante as Executrix of the
i the above-named decedent.
Mb ::: day of January, IVT1.
MIRIAM WOl.K
ICHAIUl I KIH'iip
lt.TIO-V
nroln Road
inn Beach, Florida
I :.-. t J-t-16
LEGAL NOTKt
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKK.HY OtVEN that
the undersigned, des'.'inc to cottage in
bualness under the fictitious name of
BMl-aOOD ENTERPRISES at c/o
Curtis Smith. IT01 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral liable.*, Fla. intend to
register aald name with th. Clerk ol
the i Ircull fuun of Dad- County,
Florida.
MIl.Tt IN C CKM >DMAN
CURTIS SMITH
MILTON C. GOODMAN
Aiiurnt) lor &*mi-Oood Enterprise!
520 Blacayne Ruilding
.Miami. Fla. I3IM
2 \r-:?. :: 2-fl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 73-2995
NOTICt TO DEFEND
I\ UK THE MARRIAGE OF
Ro.ill't.o KEVE8. JR., HUSBAND.
AMI CATHERINE OUVERMONT
REYES, WIPE
lfOU. Catherine Guvermonl Reyes,
residing at 320-S6 Street, Weal Nev
York. New Jersey ft70pS, are required
to fib- an Answer to the Petition f->-
Marriave Dissolution with the Clerk
of this Court and serve a copy there-
J of upon J. C, Lausael, your husband's
lawyer. l?7(i 141 West Flan lei Street,
Miami. Florida 13135, not later than
Mareh It. IS73, otherwise a Default
i will he entered against you for relief
nought for. Dated: 7 February 1973,
Miami. Florida.
lili'HAKI) P. BRINKER. CLERK
By: R. M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk, Circuit Courl
'Two English Girls' ,a,t .?isn;'v^':Ther!n0,d !" *
" (Stone at Twin Gables I n 1
An exclusive eneanement of j Shores. Among holdovers -. -
"Two English Girls" is opening "Shamus" at the Carib, "Pet 'N
Friday at Wometco'i Sunset I'TIIHV at the Cailyle, and 'Get-
Theatre. Also opening Friday is ;whv" at the Patio.
Obituaries
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. F' ORIOA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-655
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Estate of
.FRED HELDENMt'TH
. awed.
AH Creditor* and ah Persons Hav-
ic t'ia ms it Demands Ana In si Bald

You are hereby notified and required
present an> i '.unis and demands
lu. h you mav have against the e
|< I \l PRED HEI DENMUTH d-
... ,l i.hi n| li.nl. County, l-'lni Ida,
the Circuit Jutlgei- of bade < ounty,
1 file the -am. in duiilli its and a-
. |d< 'I 111 Sect Inn ''' HI, I
lull in their offices In the Coun-
n < i Bade County, Flor-
. within ->\ calendar months from
i.....i n,i firsi nubin atlon here-
i -ante vvlll hi bai red
I .it Miami. Florida, Ibis r. day
K< hruarv. \ D. !!"
HENNY HEI DENMl'TH
\s BxecutrB
F -t puhlii atlon f Ibis nol Ice on
i. da) ol Fehruarj ''
IKMiY M RTl IN
it..i ne\ for Exei in rls
lo. i'.-1 a-.no Bull
I Klorida
! 9-1H-23 :i 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (UVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> i ngage in
business under the fictitious name nf
APCOA at I"" N.W. ',4th Street. Mi-
ami. Hade County. Florida Intends to (Circuit Court Seal)
register bald name with the Clerk of
the i Ircull Court of Dade County,
Florida
FLORIDA AUTO PAINTINO, INC.
By Morton ll Rosen, President
KOMMEI IUHJERS, l.iiRI'.KR &
SHENKMAN
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 53139
2 16-23 3 2-H
2 1-16-29 :'. -'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY til YEN thai
M u dcrslgned, desiring 1 eng
business undel tile fictitious rani, ol
PRIME PRI IPERTIES Bl "MS S W
7th Ti i rai e. Miami. Florida Intend
to reglsti aid name Ith ih< Clerk
i 'i. Circuit Courl "i Dade County,
Florida .
v\ H i VRD D J< l.NES
GEORGE K. SCHINHELEH
HEIIHEH r Z XIARX IN
! A lt.-i >.\ & MAH\ IN
Attorne; b PRIME PR' IPERTIES
777 N IV "2nd Avel U<
.Miaiii'. Fla I12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
il u
i- t.a ln< i* mi.I. r llti !' ii name
,,i Mi:i M i:rc.\ INVESTMENTS
i OMPANY i Nl IT INCl Hill 'RATEI i
numbei 111 ^^ Flaitb r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6509
(formerly County Judqe't Court)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: Estate of
VBE ACKERMAN
I'. >eased
To All Creditors and All Personn Hav
Ina Claims oi Demands Afcainsl Said
i: i.H.
You are hereby notified and re-
i ulrt i" presenl anj" claims and de-
O'tiiiK \.|ii.h \..i mav have
I estati of ABE ACKERMAN de-
ed late Luserne County. Penr-
i. I., the il cull JudBJi hi
I ..ob County, and file the same In
lunlii ai .....I ;.^ provided In > Lioi
Plni Statute! Il eir of-
. in the i'-uir \ i 'mtrthou
I lade '' lunl t K ot da. within win eal
pud n iliuml from the lime ol hi
rmhtica i hei eof or thi
will be barn A
1 lated Upper I ehiBh, Pi i
*., i.i. ill ::. i day ol Januat y. AD
:: '
Ben lamln Mat lin .v kerman
,\s Ancillary Executor
I'h i puhlii atlon of ibis ni.i Ii !
i lay of F" l>ruar> I973
-
. ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA' CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
(ENERAL JUR'SDITTlON DIVISION
No. 73-2865
NOTICE OF ACTION
AXni PEREZ and
milMl'V MC.NtiZ I'ERKZ his wifi
P intlff.
\ s
l 'Si:i'll i;i il IHtEKIi and
01) \ i ;i II DBERd, his \. Ife,
I.. -. alsni
JOSEPH '!' il DBERd and
l|i.\ flOl 1IBERO, bis w Ife.
Resident I 'nknown
oc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ai an action 16 cancel a mortmite mi
fulluM iiil' described property in
rnunti Plorlda
_ t s. iii lll.iek 88. of REVISED
PI \T OP CAROL city, accord-
.Iru: to the Plat thereof, a re-
Borded In I'l.u Book ".7. at Face
t:t. of the Public U.....id- nf Dade
Countv l-'lnrida
has been filed ncainsl you and you
are .iiili.il in serve a copy of your
ritien .led uses, if any. to It on
HAl:i:v II TEITEI.MAN, putlntiffa
Bti.".ie\. uln.se address is 131* N \V.
7th Sin. I Miami. Florida. :::n.'.. on
or b. for, Mareh II. 1973 and fib the
oricinai ibereof with the clerk of
thi- i "in i either before sel ^ I....."
plaintitts' attorii.-> or nnnieiliat.lv
then ifler: otherwise a default will
f^. ..- i .-..-iMi-i von for the relief
demanded in the omplalnt.
Dated hi Miami. Plorlda this 6 da>
of 1'. bI nal V i''""
ItlCHARD P BRINKER
Clerk ot circuit 'ouri
By: it M KISSEE
lieimn Clerk
I 9-16-23 3 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby uiven that
thi mi.I. niiied. di nine to ennai;.- in
6u.....-s under the fictitious' namei i '
PA\'lin\ MAN" \i:i:.MENT ASSO-
ClATCS hi 'l PAVILION INI BRNA-
TH v ai i:i;i i iltl is ..I .71 c.Ilins
Av. u.. Miami Ii.-ach. Fla intends to
id names \#ltn .lie Clerk
i ', of M ami, Flot Ida, ntend to
reg ter thi aid name Hi lh' I "lerk
In i' ., ult Court "I I "!' i V Ui '!
Fl rida
11, das "i Februan 1973
A'.. .1 i. Bieii i
Pernts Bielw
; ic
NOTICE UNDER FIC1I1IOUS
NAME LAW
Vii-eiiK is HEREBY HIVKN that
the undersicneil. desirina to rnftilsK
i.u-ine-s under the fictitious nann '
MARYOLOA FASHIONS al H N W
>1 ,. e Mlam Fla Inl nd to n -i-
d name w i'b the Clerk < the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
MA II V AV" '\l \ RUIZ
OI-fiA HERNANDEZ
1 :: : 2 !
re-
de-
Dab
Ft I
i .,. nil 'ourt of i i.nie County,
r.
Ol
Fl." i
p VVILION INTERNATIONAU
INCORPi "RATED
j 9-10-23 a i
,. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
T4SE NO. 73-225S
NOTICE OF ACTION
U \ M IE. I.AH A I.' ..
:'. ir ..' er,

ITHONY BARCARO.
.lent.
Anil ony Barcaro
. ,. Anthony Ban aro
; 126 Buntlna P :
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Y'ii' ARE NOTIFIED lhal an ac-
mi in Foreclose ami Equitable 1 len
in the followln* pronarty In I'ad.
jni \. Florida:
1...I IS. Blook !, WINDWARD ES-
TATES Section i. according to
tin- rial thereof, recorded In Plal
Book W, I'nee l "f the rub'lc
lecordi oi Dade countv. Florida,
been filed against you and you
reiiuircd to serve a copy "I your, H|vlcd
rritien defenses, if any. to It "ti Rob-
rl II Buma, Bag.. Petitioners aj -
rn.v. whose address is ISO l.in-
Dln Road Suite 43". Miami Beach,
iorlda 83139, on or before Mareh f,
197S and file the original *'<* 'b11
Clerk of this Court, either before
Krvlce on Plaintiffs attorney or lm-
jneiliaie'A thereafter: otherwise a De-
fauli >uii l.....iiten-d against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
for petition.
WITNESS my hand and the Seal
of iln- Curl on the 30 day of Janu-
ary. I ''7:1
Richard P. Brink er
As Clerk of the Court
By: l. SNEEDEN
HEITTY CLERK
Klrcult "'ourt Real)
2/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-121
GEORGE E SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstatt nl
JULIUS I IPSKY
Deceasi 'I
To All Creditor* and All Peraonf HuY;
iim Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You an- hereb) notified and
quired to on: enl any claims and
n-iii.t- which you ma> have against
Ihe estatt of JULIUS MPBkY de-
. ,.,.,,i late oi pad* ount> f lot Ida.
-,, .;.. ,. ull Judge of Dade County
ibe s.,me in dunlicati and
,. provided in Section 733 16. Florida
statutes, in then offices iii Ihe i oun-
,.., i-. n Dade County. Flot
Ida, within six calendar month" from
I,, ,,,ne of the firs: publication
h( ,.,,, ,.,- thi name i't I" barred
il at Mil i"'. Florida, 'his 6 day
mi..ii a I> 1973
SAP1E I.IP8IO
v.,. ,- ,s- I I l.-l,' V
JOSEPH L1PSKY
FREDERICK II LIPSKY
A- Executors
Filed at Miami. Florida, tins 9 day
if I la nai-v. A.D
I'llII IP BLOOM
v i....... i": estate
1121 Cits Sal......' Bank l H< -
S \\ esi Klagb St.
Miami Fla. 33 ., ,
" :.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3459
GENERA! JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAOE I >F
J< >HNNY EARL UCKLE VII
and
\ l: A I i H K i EAR
Ii i ci AHA I OCKI EAR
c .. E8TELLE OXD1NE
Rout- 1
Chadbourn. N C.
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riace has bun fileil acamsi you an'"
you ar. reoulred to serve a cop> nf
your wiilteli defenses if an\. In II ril
\l!E KOSS. attorney for Petitioner.
whose address la 1"1 N.W. 12th A ve-
in. Miami. Florida and file ih. or-
iginal with the >iers of the nbo'V*
nurl "r on before Mareh JS.
1978: otherwise a default will I.....I'-
i.mi amlnal you for the relief de
in..niI..I In Ihe .oinoiaini or petition
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal i
\ 1. | JP V II 'I's' Ij.'
A JAY CRI8TOL
Attnrnej for \ clllarj Exi utor
ji n i; I'H-- vi.
.Miami. Floi ....
2/9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73 3370
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
M IRIA t) I" IMINHUKZ.
I laintiff,
OR] \.' I" DOMINOUF.Z
BNRK 'I'. ESTRADA A Mi
EVANC.EI IN A ESTRAU \ A \'D
LKONII ii OUTIERHEZ iMi
m H ORBS GUTIERREZ.
I lefenilani s.
Ti. ENRIQUE ESTRADA AND
K\ A.N'CKI INA ESTRADA
111 8th Street.
I'nlon citv New Jersey
in I EONILO GUTIERREZ AND
1" H.< IRES GITIERREZ.
2ISI2 Benren I.Ine Avenue
I'ni......i\. New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action to Imoreas a trust and
compel vou to convey to the actual
owners the property which you hoi
in I rust the same being
I ,.i 164 o'JOHN A CAMPBELI*
i |TTI E FARMS, according to nlat
,.f recorded In plat Hook 4".
Page :i of Ihe Public Records of
i i.i.i,. i', ij.'iv Florida
has been filed agalnsl you and you
.......uiie.i to nerve your lltct
,!, fenses If any, to it on LEEl\\ fe.l|-
SENBORN attorney for the I am
whose address is Suite 401. I
Building, HI N.E Plrsl Street. Miami.
Floridii and file th< original on tl
Clerk of Court before March 23. I!.....
. iherwlsi a iudgment my he en
i, red against you f. relli i demanded
To bi published onc< each week
,,. r^, .it i\. \\ eeks in in I*.
JEWISH Fl.nKllilA.N
WITNESS in* band and > <>
.:.,,| Court it Miami. Florida tins
I', I.man 197 '
RICHARD P BRINKhll
ci.ik n( Clrcull Courl
I ,,i. l o-lilil I"
Ci B J I" Y
,. i,. u > i 'lerk
MCE u EISSENIIORN
1 Su'ti i |., .1. ral Ring.
.. 11 ..-.
Miami Flu
IN THE CIRCUIT COL' i SF THE
ELEVEN ". n .lUulCiAL CIRCLUT
iN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, KLORIDA
Ni. 73-1738
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
III Re Tb Marriage of:
, JUANA SUAREZ. wife and
DOMINGO SIAKK'/.. In-band
'I i i in iM IN'i il i SI A REZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified lhal a
'Petition for Dlsso'utlon of Marriagi
has been filed agalnsl you. ami you
are hereby required i" serve a cop>
oi your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on 'be Wife's attorney
LESTER ROGERS ESQ., whose a
,),-,. is |4M nw i7'b tvenue, Mi-
ami. Florida, 88128, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of th. above styled
courl on or before tins 2nd day nl
Mareh. 1 r-T" or a D fault will be I "
ten.I against you
Hated this _:! day of Jan i*i*
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk nl lh Circuit Court
1'Y R E SHEA
(Clrcull court Seal) ,.,.,..
i 1 :'-it.
EMANUEL. VI. tor Robert. 49. "t m b.
Riverside.
FRIEDMAN. Ere.la. 7t. Ol Ml:
' svltt
GOODHEART. Samuel, "9. 2301 Col-
lins AVe .NIK Ul\ el -|.|e
JEFTER. Sam Isaiah. 69. "f N.M B.
Riverside.
LANNE. Ered. 7C, of MR Riverside,
MESCO. Sonine. ;-., g M.I1 Gordon.
RICHARD. Arthur Jack, 43, "f M II
Riverside Interment Ml Nebo
STRAUSS. Lillian, 89, V'-'l Abbott
Av.- m u Riverside
UNGER. Julia. 68, IfiSn Pennsylvania
Ave M R Blasberg.
2ARETSKY. ,\|..ii.- 78, 1901 Collins
Av.- M i: Gordon.
COHEN. Evelyn Ruth, *o, .if N M B
Rivei siile.
DUNKEL. Max. n .: \l II Ni
ALK. i:.....!. i
side
eERTIG. \\ III ,,in 71. of M i.
Blasl
FILHABEF!. S, r. 15. ..I N M B.
I evitt
OARRETT. .1 ihll BO, mill* 11
Vve Bal Harls U lllashi rg
GLAZER. lb ul II, I B, ..I M.I) I >\
KOVALL, illhlred. 60 if Bal Harbour
Riverside
LANDAU. Max. 7 ol \! I: S'i m
MEHI.MAN. I onard .1.7- Ii 20
Meridian Ave \l 11 111 tsberg
MOSES. Ilerm, nl M II Rlvi -.....
OKUN. S in,.i'. -I. 910 Baj I n M R
Blasl ii
RENARD. .la. mi. -. 77. 6< 30 Indian
i ...,., l ir M r. Rial I
RUBIN. Ml 92, 2900 i 'oil I Ave .
MR Blasl
SiPERS. Sylvia, cn of m n Rlver-
Klde lnieiiii. mi Mi N.i,..
WALDMAN. Robi rt \ 77. of XI B.
Newman
WEISS. Mil I i.i. 71, V\ --i Vve .
mi: Rivi *ldi Intern enl Ml.
\..|...
BAILEN. Kne.la K7, 0 Miami.
Ui\ .a sub
BATCHER. Fanny, sa, nf M B.
Nell I
CLARK. Rernli Vernlece, II. I'M II.
Riven i.
DIENER, Lillian. 7".. of M I Rlver-
ll
KLEINERT. I" Henry, North
Miami Riverside
marc.OI IS. Julius c of Hallandale
Rivet side
Phillips. Ida, 96, of Tuinarac.
Levltl
SCHULMAN. Henrj 19, ot Miami
l'.iv.rsnle Interment Ml Nebo
SISKIN. Kin a 7*. Buckley Towers.
N MB. Levitt. ,
ABRAMOWITZ. Minnie. 72. of M I .
i Riverside
iCOHEN. Il.iin of Margate Levitt.
HEIiVlER. Clara, of M.B I.-mii
HERZFELD. Solomon M 88, M B.
JOSEPHSON. Ruth '. of M II RW-
.......I.- Intel men I Mi Nebo.
robbins. Henry, 71, of w Palm
Ii.-;,, i, Dordon
weiss. Nathan, 80. 1821 8W nun
St. Gordon Interment Mi Sinai
CHESSIN. Sol, 80, of M B New ma
COHEN. Rachel, 92. of North Mian
Riverside
Elliot. Alfred, 59, of Californl i
Formerly ol M B Riverside
FINKELSTEIN. Ethel, SS. of Hall. I.
dale i'.lasbele
GOLDSTEIN. Samuel. 77. ..I M U
Rlvei Ii
LEVY. Eva '-. t.' C.lhns Am-. M :
Riverside
MALMUD. Sophie. 79, of M B. II
side. Interment Mi \ -ho
MILLER. Hilda Uei
M.B. Gordon Interment M i
\. in
MILLER I...M,e 80 of M 1' Itil i '
-bli
ROSEN WEIN. .1 isenli 76, I IH7 Ku I
\\e M.B Riven
SETZEN. Nathan I eon, 68. r.f v M '
I Int. i en t Star of Da %
SHAP'RO. Joseph. i;4. of Hnllandal
I evi 11
STIEBER. Erw In. 7 N XI Ii
I evltl Inti imint Ml Nel
BEST. !:. ni.ni, iiu.nl Mil ml
Riv, rslde
FELDMAN. M Wi si Ai
XI II Gordon
FL AMM. Slegmui '1 tSigil. P' I I
Shei da I '.i XI II lllashi rg Ii
. \-i
HARRIS Xlurra> 66, nf N.M B
Rl. ,i .1.
HIRSCHMAN. Rl I .. ': il XI II
Rivei I. I ....- i
kaplan. \i i il Rm 7" lor.i :
\ M i: i: \. rslde
KAPI AN. H irr> "' XI B l.evit'
KOPSTEIN Ella of XI B River.
MOH-ORO. Svlvis of T.ll
I ev'll
rosen. \-iiiir l "in-. I. "i Mlam
K | I M t N el ii
SA KE. .la. it Sum Is. i ioll I
!a"> It v.
VANG'-iSH Etta. ?:. .:
S' flordon
W U R M B R A N D
..... i R| versldi
COHN. Hal r> 77. ..f XI II II
I mermen I kit Nebo
FINKELSTEIN. Etl V, '
Vvi XI B Bliisberg
FISCHER. I- I M.B
Ki\. ne I rmi ul M t Nebo.
HILL. Benjamin S I:..... Ba> ltd..
Ml: R vi rslde
HOROWITZ. Eva Thompson, K of
X1 ami Riverside m. nl M t.
ROSENZEIG. S..| 74.'
XI II Ilia' hi e
SURE SKY. S..i.. 11.
i : Rivei
WASSER. lln "h, 7:. 1600 i ill n- V
XI II Rlaslii rg
-
71, H
, .
?:, 1C1-.I SW '".'-
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fery Doy Cloierf Sabbath
140 SW 57fh Ave. MO 1-8583
'. Miomi'i Only Strictly Jewih
Ids
said COUrl al Miami. Fl
12 'la* of Pebruarv. '979
R p RRINKER
As i !.i i,. Circuit "oui t
Hii.l. County, Florida
Bl H J l""Y
> li.nilv Clerk
|i Ircull '"in I Seal i
S'li INE *, SOSTCHIN
Abe KOSB
lnl N W 12th Avenue
Mlam' '"loriila
Attorney for Petitioner
t I0-2S : 2-9
Ibis
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN thai
thi underslgjied, tleslrlug to engage In
undi i the fli tltlnus nami nl
1 \s M'CNAS LiU'RNITI'RE .v Al
,.. | v\i i-.s B W Bird Road
i .!, ud to reaistei
,n,ni. wlih the Clerk of tin Circuit
Courl f P-idr countv, Rorldii
MIGUEL A HIOCERA
i:r.Mi:usiNi" i F i LANES
1 II'. J --'.'-10
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B GORDON
y^jorcion j-uncral me
Your Jewish Funeral Home
CAll 373-5533
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Urewiislb Floridian
Miami, Florida FViday, February 16, 1973
Section C
Leaders Give Talks
For 1973 CJA-IEF
(chord Cistn
Shepard Brood
Ben EtIM
Two local attorneys and the
[mayor of Bay Harbour Island*
will give talks during February
, on behalf of the Greater Miami
[Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF
[campaign.
Shepard Broad, mayor of Bay
[Harbour Islands and a member of
the GM.JF board of directors, will
[peak at a reception at the Crys-
tal House Restaurant.
Mayer Broad, president of the
'American Savings and Ix>an Assn.
of Miami Beach, has been active
In Federation campaigns for many
jrears and is a former member of
the United Jewish Appeal national
campaign cabinet
He will speak on the need for
expansion of Federation's 22 lo-
cal agencies and services whi 'i are
beneficiaries of the annual CJA-
IF'F campaigns Federation's cam-
paigns help '"uud .V) local, national
and overseas social welfare agen-
cies and services
Cochairmen of the Crystal House
CJA-IEF Men's Division are Her-
Rbei t J. Althei:--.' i ^ tmuel A. Gale,
WJr. and Charlos G. Reskin.
Mrs. ilUan :' n an 1 Mrs
Ze! :a Thau serve as cochairmen ol
! the Women's of the CJA-
r Crj stal I louse i' >mmitti e.
The Crystal House campaign
jmmittee includ ence Ab-
le an, Louis Bresler, Sam Fried-
land, v Good tan, Lou Har -is,
Jacob Lowy, Philio Lustine, Mi-
Che Mi ndelso i, Albert M. I'.'.s-
tind. Bi n Ri hman, Harry Roth-
Simon Rothenb r | an I
Samuel P. Sn
Ben Essen, attorney, will speak
It the annual meeting of the Ron v
...Pla/a residents Feb. -"> at 10 a m.
'-..in the Roney Pia/a auditorium.
Sir. Fss< n is a na the- CJA-IEF residence and high
rise division.
Herman Bernard is Roney Plaza
CJA-IEF chairman. Chairmen in-
clude Louis Coleman. chairman,
Operation Ui>grade: Joseph Bern-
stein, cochairman. and Mrs. Lewis
Greenberg, chairman, organization
committee.
The Roney Plaza executive com-
mittee irrehides Louis Forgash,
Herman Heisler. I>r. Abraham
Ourinsky, Isadore Klayman,
Moises Levin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Levine. Harry Maidenbaum and
Leon Reinerman.
Organization committee includes
Col. William Feitelberg. Dr. Mur-
ray S. Frogel. Philio Levine. Mag-
nus Lipton. Philip Miller and Sig-
miiml Schwartz.
Campaign committee includes
Meyer Abramison, Norman AP-
.mayer, Norman Arluck. Max
'Aronovitz, Jack Berg, Josooh Bern-
'srtein, Abraham Chavin. Abe
'Checkman. Ben Chusid. Harry L.
'Colle. Carl Cotler. Charles Cra-
- mer, Jacob 'Eisner. Benjamin
Finkelstein. Oscar Frajer, Abe
Gleitman, Morris Glide, Eester Gol-
burt, Charles Goldhar, David I..
Green. Harry Greenbaum, Nathan
N. Greenberg. Benjamin HH'er,
Sam Kanorovsky. David II King.
Leon Klarfeld, Sam J. K'oin,
Adolph Kolker. Abraham Kolt-
now, Irving Kornblum. Ben F.
Kutcher, Nat It. Kutcher. Benia-
min Levy. Charles A. Light. Na-
than Litz, Benjamin A. Magidson.
Nathan Malisoff. Max Marks. Alex
Missry, Barnett Moskin, Jack
Moss. Joseph Pickard. Sidney Poz-
en, Isaac Presler, Abe Ptachik.
Jack J. Rogers. Mark Rogers. Ben-
jamin Rosenberg, Samuel Rosen-
wasser. Harry G. Rubel. Hyman
Rubinstein, Menachem Rubinstein,
Sam Rudenberg, Sam Schneider,
Harry Sharfin, Benjamin Siegel,
Louis Simon. William Smith. Ben
Swartz. David Swirsky. Herman
Teitelbaum, Abraham Weinstock,
Joseph L. Yavers, Herman D. Zel-
lcr and Seymour Zucker.
Richard Essen, attorney and
civic leader, will address the an-
nual breakfast meeting of the Sea-
coast Towers East Feb. 25 at 10
a.m. in the champagne room
Mr. Essen is past chairman of
the C> \-IKK resilience and high
rise division.
'The 1973 CJA-IEF goal is $15
million," said Essen. "This goal
must be met. Only if our Jewish
community, an! our local agencies
lervlces are sti and innova-
tive can we help the State of Is-
rael in the massive task of Immi-
grant absorption."
William Elnhorn is 1973 CJA-
IEF S rowers East chair-
Cochairmen for campaign In-
clude Joseph Berman, Issie Bres-
sler Mrs, Louise Cohen. Harry
Emanuel Moskowitz,
Mauri.-.- Rlfkin, Mrs. Sally
''/ and Emanuel Zahler.
The Sea i is) Towers East 1973
CJA-1 tl n on Ittee In-
Mathan Anronson, Samuel
L. Be'off, Ji I; Braverman, Paul
A. Brown, Nathan H. Darsky, .Jo-
seph A. Goldberg, William Good-
man, J. Jack Greenberg, Jav A.
Herwitz, Fanny Honig. PhiliD P..
Kolbe, Reuben Koop. Helen Krut-
man. David J. Light, Estelle Nas-
off. Harry Pearlman. Ravmond C.
Polstein, Dr. Abraham Raab and
Sam T. Rosenberg.
Iuterfaith Panel
Subject Is Drills
Younw Musicians
A Tonn of vnung neople from
The S-vd. an institution for the
hafrt nnrI roS.->hi'it3t:.>n of dnifr-
m fttafi T^^r,m0^>^i M-pi he nmon^
fi,-, ma-Vln*nt pt a -,*., f
;^rv.-r->:i. c~oneo>t Kw TV--.^'^,
T CUt<4ww1 nr, \V4nods|V.
*". 21. at 12:30 p.m. at the tern-'
ole
the School and i**t> Home Vs. th
r>m : Scene" will be presented bv
the ynung neon'e and an adu't
ranei will be moderated by Larry
Kin t.
Other eneavers include Rabbi
Sanford Shaniro, director of the
re l1 organization for the South
East Federation of the Union of
Hohrew Congregations: Dr. Sol
I i.-hter p"irvi"al or the M;ami
T' ich Senior High .School: Sister
Teresa, a Dominican nun nsc-imed
bv tho arehd-orese to The S-ed
onoration. and Mrs. Clifford New-
mark, nast Sisterhood ores currently secretarv of the South-
east Federation of Temnle Sister-
hoods.
KABBI ABRAHAM WHNSOfNE/DM
Piirim Banquet
To Mark Israel
Anniversary 25
The Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue will celebrate the 25th
anniversary of the State of Israel
with a traditional Purim Seudah
banquet Sunday. March 10 at noon
in the Eden Ro- Hotel.
The affair will also honor Rabbi
Abraham Weinschneidor. rabbi
emeritus of the congregation, r.ow
living in Jerusalem, who will come
here for the occasion.
Ben D. Wilson, chairman, an-
nounces that the evening will fea-
ture a traditional holiday meal.
Reservations may be made by
calling the synagogue office.
v4s

Judge Atkins
Recipient Of
Abess Award
Federal Circuit Court Judge C.
Clyde Atkins will be the recipient
of the 18th annual Leonard L.
Abess Human Relations Award,
which will be presented by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith at a dinner on Tuesday at
the Eden Roc Hotel.
According to Jack Kassewitz,
chairman of ADL's regional board.
Judge Atkins will receive the
coveted Abess Award for "his ex-
traordinary service towards im-
proving Intergroup relations and
tor contributing to the well being
of the citizens of Florida."
Keynote speaker at the dinner
will be Attorney General Robert
Shevin.
The award carries with it a
r. search grant in the field of
human relations, contributed by
Miami philanthropist Leonard L.
Abess, in honor of the recipient
of the award.
B. B, Sunshitie
Donor Luncheon
And Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women'* Sunshine
Chapter will hold its annual donor
luncheon, Tuesday, at the Carillon
Hotel. Richard Gerstein. State
attorney, and Mrs. Adele Arno,
B'nai B'rith Women's District 5
field representative, will be hon-
red guests. Lucille Blackton
Henry Leclair will entertain with
a program <>f songs accompani d
by Fav Sestok.
Donor chairmen are Mrs Sam-
ueT*Tolk and Joseph Mor
iHmor records chairman is Mrs.
Victor Siegel. Mrs. Yetta Bernsl n
Is pn Id Mrs. Joseph M >i \ in,
past president and present
president, will be honored is
Sunshine Chapter's, "Woman ol
the Year."
Next regular meeting of I -
chapter will lx> held on Tues lay.
Feb. 27, at noon in the Wash-
in Federal, NE 167th St.
Ave
The film. "Circle of Sight will
be shown, cuurtesj of the Florida
Lions eye bank program. The film
has narration by Ralph Ri nick.
Max Lerner
Sees It
MIAMI. Fla. There is much that most of us still have to
learn about that changeable creature we call "political man"
and about the America which is a quicksilver Proteus, constantly
in motion, constantly becoming.
Look at the latest Gallup figures on American attitudes
toward the cease-fire. Two days after President Nixon's cease-
fire announcement 58 per cent felt he had achieved a "peace
with honor," 26 per cent thought not. Even more striking. 57
per cent thought the Hanoi bombing had helped, 29 per cent not.
Compare the second pair of figures with a poll taken 10 days
earlier, just before the bombing was suspended. Only 37 per cent
thought it would help while 44 per cent thought it would hurt
the chances for peace.
Match the 38 per cent figure with the 57 per cent and you
get a whopping shift of 20 per cent in 10 days. I know the statisti-
cal pitfalls in such matching, but the astonishment is still there.
Certainly, in broad overall terms, there has been a powerful
antiwar movement in America which forced one Pre.-ident out of
office and another eventually out of the war. Mr. Nixon has un-
derstood this. But he has also understood the shifting element of
change, along with the crack-down-harder segment of opinion.
He used these as his margin of political safety all through his
serpentine maneuvers since 19ti8 toward a tolerable peace with
honor" a phrase which be threw at his press conference and
-aid the press would "gag" at writing. Largely he outmaneu-
vered his opponents because they forgot that political man is
protean.
A mythical Greek figure, rising up out of the ever-changii -
sea. Proteus is still very much part of latter-day American
society. Those who write America off are constantly stunned by
it; renewed energies and Its transformed attitudes. America is
the unfinished country, ever in process of becoming something
new and strange.
TAKE LYNDON JOHNSONS IMAGE as another instance
of the interplay between shifting attitudes and char rtng events
Johnson's death and the coming of the cease-fin1, in rapid succes-
sion, transformed the attitudes toward him from blister.-
. hatred to respectful appreciation. You can now men-
tion L-B.J.'s name in orthodox liberal company without touching
wood to keep the evil spirits away. For all his blunders about
escalating the war. he ha< c ased t.> be a monster,
Mr, Nixon, too, was th tar t of rancorous hostility, but he
proved able to parry and return the thrust His press confereiv e,
11 day- after his chi ly Inauguration, gave him a chance t >
v over his established '- the media, the intel-
ruals and the "better" people.
As a final Instan -e. ta the new vitality of the Nixon-Ki*
'.....: tnen hip w h a was being fo ist and i -
j i moment ago. The attack >n hip came sur-
V not from th right, which sei : to ha e satisfied its If
that the peace package Kissinger bi ck v, not a se
' >m the left. There were two ho lined In declarii
the team virtually lead those wh forgave Kissinger I
. to Mr. Nixon throu h ': e i k -.....ns of !> icr .v;.i
Ja in", and those who though! he had don.' a necessary
it now egged him on to break away.
Obviously, K j ears an i
..... If Mr Nixon should go througl
-. i choice of John Ci i iallj is Secret irj l State II i- one of
the lo and outrs m Ame lea that anything can
' toes happen here.
Yet the partnership has survived, and ;t gives every evide
of durability. The two men still need each other. Without Mr
Nixon, vxissinger has no power ba9e. and without the power his
skills would be beautiful turrets on the sand. And without Kis-
singer. Mr. Nixon can't ride the tumultuous tide of diplomacy on
which he is launched.
a a a
THE TIDE NOW FLOWS through Hanoi and the project
for reconstruction aid. What drug-besotted clairvoyant could
have foretold that a man called Nixon would be asking Congress
for massive sums for North Vietnam, to rebuild the damage
which the bombings have done? And who could have foretold
that he would be trying to reassure an American public, still
fearful of Communist designs, that to put a Communist enemy
country back on its feet is the best investment in getting it to
turn inward and not outward.
Dade County Jewish Leaders Return From
Prime Minister's Conference In Israel
Three Dade County Jewish
leaders who recently returned
from the Prime Minister's Confer-
ence ;n Jerusalem have reported
that the increase in Immigrat in
from the I'.S.S.R. set the atmo-
sphere of the four-day meeting.
D"-. Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
together with retired businessman
Herbert Henschel and builder
Murray Friedman, met with Prime
Minister Golda Meir and other top
Israeli officials and shared in
drawing up plans for a worldwide
campaign to raise $360 million
through the sale of Israel Bonds
in 1973.
The men. who received a per-
i] invitation from Mrs. Meir I >
attend the Bond Conference re-
ted that It cost $390 million to
irb the 35.000 Russian Jews
who arrived in 1972. It tak
$10,000 to create a job for e. h
; i a\ Inner,
At the conference, they were
told by Finance Minister Pinehas
Sapir that Israel's heavy defense
burden runs about 913 billion per
year and has cost $6 billion since
the six-day war. Over the next
six years, defense expenditures
may possibly total $10 billion.


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i"Jenist ftcrklicyr
rriday, rebruary 16, 19""3
Technion Women Hold
First Mini-Conference
i
South Florida Region Women's
livision American Society for
echnion Israel Institute of Tech-
_ held its first m!nl-confer-
nii un Fob. 9 ai the Algiers
.Hi. I,
Mrs. David W. Herrmann, na-
lionr.l president ot Women's Divi-
iii. conducted the morning work-
top, and Mrs. '.David Garbelnick.
itii nai honorary past president,
us in charge >! by-laws and
i ii.iiiu ntiii \ procedure.
Luncheon chairman was Mrs.
, Iton Strkin. Miami Beach Chap-
i msident, and the afternoon
ui'kshop was conducted by Mis.
Hi mj Milch, national chairman of
it- Medical Engineering project.
S. i-.iki-is were Charles Schor,
\..iii\.' vice president of the
>iii iKan Technion Society, Major
I. Gill, who spoke on new de-
. In m.nt.s ai Technion, anil
ii Roscnfehlcr, who outlined
: n- ini ii. \: year's S Iver Jubilee
ii ii Technion and Israel.
Mrs. Martin Spector, pro lem
gional pi. sklent, opened the
!ni-conference. Chapters were
piisi nted b> Mrs. Meyer Bril-
liant president, and Mis. Meyer
liaskin, Miami Chapter; Mis. Sey-
. .D,ir Lictenfeld for president, Mrs.
Alex Bojman, Ninth Dade; Mrs.
I ouil Moss. pies.dent: South
Uroward. and Mrs. Theresa Wei th-
uiiH'i. vice president, Sarasota.
Lehrhinan School
PTA Schedules
Annual Bazaar
The annual l.ehrman Day School
Ra :;iar. sponsored by the Temple
Kmanu-EI PTA. will bo held March
).< from noon to ti p.m. at the
school at 727 77th St.. Miami
Beach.
PTA President Mrs. Carol
i Lorraine i Greenbcrg, has ap-
liointed Mrs. Jerome (Judyi Uffner
m chairman "f the bazaar. Carni-
val chairman is Mrs. Albert
'Reneel Levy. -Mrs. Morris lAnni
Hick is in charge of the rake salt
and Mis. Irving (Ruth) Karp is
:.n! chairman.
Proceeds will le used to benefit
the school which now has more
than 203 children enrolled.
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Smoke No More
Comes To Florida
\ new program designed to help
smokers slop smoking starts this
week. In this, the Smoke No More
nethod smokers bring their cie>
.vettcs to the sessions. They smoke
is much as thev want while there
-. nil as much us they want when
;i\\a> from the sessions. Then,
alter the fifth week of the \\\w
week course, they will top smok-
ing. The classes meet once a week
ini are conducted by Smoke No
More president. Stanley Goldberg.
Mr, Goldberg says nl the pro-
gram. "It's a smoker's impossible
dream come true. It's easy and it's
fully guaranteed. There's no rare
tactics no hypnosis ... no
substitutes. It's a dienified reward-
ing program that helps mokers
break the habit once and for all."
There were to be free explan-
atory Smoke No More meet hoc H
m Thursday at Temnle Adath
Veshurun ;.i s p.m. ami ai Con-
legation Beth David at 10:.;ii
a.m., and at Scacoast Towers
N'orth on Monday al S p.m.
W omen's OUT Plans
On Thursday. Fob. 22, the Miami
Business and Professional Chapter
"if Women's American ORT, will
!: hi an ojien house meeting at 7:45
.in. in the hospitality room ol the
base Federal, 125 Arthur God-
e\ R I
Sarah Helfand will review "Poor
Vinsins" 1 \ Adele Mannei s
Academy, Mesivta Pupils
Slate Trip To Washington
Twcntv students of the Greater
Miami Hebiew Academy and <>!
Ibe Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High
! school \* 11 leave for Washingtoa
r. C, Feb. 25, as part o| the
Operation Close-Up" program.
si.onsi.ieii by the Federal govern-
M ini to observe the seat of the
nation in action.
They will be accompanied by
Mrs. Rosal/n Katz. instructor ot
il.e Hebrew Academy, and Mrs.
liaquel Kalier, a Mesivta parent.
The week-long trip, through
March l. will Include excused ab-
.. nees from Academy and Mesivta
classes, according to Kabbi Alex-
Miller S. Gross
Rabbi Cross. piinei|Mil ot both
Miami Beach schools, said tut
students \- i 11 join pupils from 20
other Da le Countj schools public
and parochial. In the Washiniztor
[rogram.
But unlike theii fi How students.
'he Academy ami M< *i\ ta .
nrs also will visit places ol par
ilcular Jewish interest, such as
;,. i~i ael I m .--.. "i flc< a of the
virericnn Israel Public Affairs
Committee, ihe B'nai B'lith Mu-
seum and othei Jewish agencies
St dents will get lo visit with
>. !'-. I .i". inn ('hili s and I
fiurney and with Congressmen
iianie FascelL Claude Pepper and
Will um Lehman. Their bvdepth
s'.ud. of the Federal system will
include lectures and interviews.
- They will visit such places as
lli, Pentagon, Supreme Court
ongress, the KR.l. Building.
White House and the Smithsonian
Institute. Also on the agenda are
tri|s to the Uneoln or Ford
Theatre.
Rabbi Gross said "this annual
trip to Washington greatly en-
i lehes our students' education
through seeing government in ac-
tion, and more than justifies theii
absence from the cuuarootn. Kash-
ruth is provided for the gfoui
and the youngsters ace l*nh Amer-
ii .hi democracy an 1 Judaism alive
in the nation's eaj ital "
Studi nts making the trip in-
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Blanqui Garazi, Shall Ruth, s
l.osen l.nriii^ Spoiler. Paul Roth-
i ...n. 1> D Doner, Allison Fishei
i/.'lua Wittels, Marilyn Solomon
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Dade County Outstanding
Citizens' Award Apr. 16
Nominations are being accepted Miami Herald. Ralph Renick vice
loi the Jbth annual presentation | president of WTVJ, and Fred
Of the Dade County Outstanding i Shochct. editor and publisher of
Citizens Awards to be held Thurs- ,he Jewish Floridian.
day. Apr. 26. at the DuPont Plaza
Hotel.
The award is made to one man
and one woman who. in the eyes
of the judges, have performed the
most outstanding single function
for the good and welfare of the
entire Dade County community
during the preceding year, 1972.
Melvln J. Haber and Ronald A.
Shai>o are co-chairmen of the
event sponsored by Sholem Lodge
1024 of B'nal B'rith. Award patron
Is Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of
the boaid of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami.
Award judges are George Beebe.
Senior rr.anaglnu h'ditor of the
Nominations arc considered only
when they come from a recognized
civic, service or social group. They
.ire screened and then passed on
to the judges for final evaluation.
Nomination deadline is Tuesday,
Apr. 2, and must be sent to Out-
standing Citizens Award. 1972.
C/O Mr. Melvin J. Haber, Suite
239. Security Trust Building,
Miami, Fla.. 33132.
Award winners for 1971 were
Robert T. Jenkins, member of the
Metropolitan Public Safety De-
partment, and Mrs. Sylvia Lieb-
man. a prominent local humani-
tarian.
Joel Rohr, Israeli Artist
In One-Man Exhibit Here
A one-man show of the works
of Joel Rohr, Israel's artist, will
be held from Saturday evening,
Feb. 17 through Sunday. March 4,
at the Foi.tainebleau Hotel Lobby,
under th' auspices of Galerie Fon-
tainebleau and director Benedict
Brodsky,
The showing is in conjunction
with the 197:; international In-
a gural Conference for State of
Israel Bonds, which uili launch
this year's campaign for the sale
of S';*' million in bonds through-
out the United States, Canada and
pints of the free world.
A press preview and reception
will !' held on Saturday from 7
p.m, to 12 p.m. The hours of the;
exhibition thereafter will be from
6 p.n ti 12 p.m. daily.
Rohr's exhibit will feature more
i 60 i '.in Ings water colors
i i. piia depictin \ .,-rp-s In ,
l ,!:. ;~ opie and landsi apes.
A hlghl -id "l Ihe ai I show will |
b a serii "i oils portraying manj
65( Itizens ol Kibbutz Kfai
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pioneers, where Rohr and his
physiotherapist wife, Ktta. live
land work. His son. Heski, is a
scout in the Armored Division of
Israel's Defense Forces. Rohr is
one of the select group of painters
in Israel who have been designated
;:s "kibbutz artists"
The proceeds of his exhibitions
go into the treasury of his kibbutz
tco-operative settlement), and arc
s.'ii for various improvements in
living conditions, and for i duca-
tional and cultural purposes ;n the
f.um settlement.
Schack Agency
Selected For
New Project
Micha< I Forte an I Si de^ el-
opers "i Brickell Baj I 'lub, ha i
named Michael Schack Advertis-
ing, as agency of record for the
new project Brickell Bay Club
is a new 31-story condominium
: i i ise and private club on the
bay.
Schaek's promotion will stri -
the individuality of the potential
esi lenl of this distinctive new
ondominium complex. Other res-
il highrises built and man-
,...,1 by the same developer in-
ludc Forte Towers In Miami
Beach and Forte Plaza in Miami
as well as numerous major proj-
ects in New York State.
The Schack Agency, a young
Miami group, was sell cted for its
broad background in real estate
Advertising.
New JWV Aux.
In Clearwater
Lillian M. Schoen. Department
of Florida Ladies Auxiliary pres-
ident, accompanied by several
officers, will visit Clearwater this
week-end to welcome the Depart-
ment's newest auxiliary into its
fold.
Both President Schoen and or-
ganizer Ms. Zelda Glass Weinstein
will institute the Paul Surenky
Ladies Auxiliary 409 and present
to its pro tern president, Joyce
Peskes, their charter from the
national organization.
They will be assisted In the
installation of the auxiliary pres-
ident and officers by department
senior vice president. Shirley
Tragash. Ms. Billie Kern, imme-
diate past national president, has
lK-en invited as guest speaker.
Mrs. Kay Lingaton will bring
greetings from the Past Depart-
ment Presidents Club. The event
will take place on Saturday at 8
p.m. at the Beth Sholem Syna-
gogue, Coachman Road, Clear-
water.
Synagogue Council Issues
Position Paper On Key '73
The three branches of American
Judaism have issued a formal
policy statement on the Christian
evangelical campaign known as
Key '73, it was announced by
I.abbi Irving I^ehrman, of Miami
Leach, President of the Synagogue
Council of America.
In a policy statement released
by Rabbi Lehrman. the national
labbinical and SynagOgal organ-
izations of Conservative. Orthodox
and Reform Judaism, declared that
while the Jewish community is
"justifiably apprehensive" over
Key '73. "this challenge can not be
met by opiiosing efforts of the
Christian community to advance
its religious ideals."
"Tlie real danger to Jewish sur-
vival stems not from the gains of
other religious communities, but
from the erosion of Jewish relig-
ious commitment." the statement
declared. It therefore urges "pos-
itive measures designed to con-
firm American Jewry, especially
the young in high schools and on
the campus, with the spiritual
ideals and values of the Jewish
people."
"This task must be accordel
the highest priority irrespective of
whether the Jewish community is
to cope with the allurements o'
secularization or a competing re-
ligious faith such as an evangelist
Christianity."
The organizations comprising
the Synagogue Council of America
who joined in the policy state-
j ment are: Central Conference of
American Rabbis, Rabbinical As-
I scmbly, Rabbinical Council of
, America, Union of American
, Hebrew Congregations, Union of
; Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, United Synagogue of
America.
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SECOND ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND LUNCHEON
Presentation of the Prestigious
RAM BAM AWARD
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Spiritual leader of Congregation Kneseth Israel
In Recognition of his Distinguished Service to Jewish Education
Sunday Nocn
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March 4th 1973
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Attends Breakfast Here
. than 360 poisons, including tional commai t?
I .......". Plaza
to at- '. li lei "ii Sunday. il
10 a.m.
Arran 'menl 'h 1 in Maui ice
e nman, a mi mber of JWV's
national executive committee, an-
nounced thai Ainsli c R, Ft rclie,
national |i d advocate, will serve
cs master of ceremonies ;it the
bi eakfast.
National commander Tilles
joined the Jewish War Veterans'
Fineman Trinkel Post in Provi-
dence, after serving in World War
II. He hold the rank <>r first
lieutenant in the US xth Air Force,
while stationed in Europe.
A past department commander
hi' Rhode Island, Commander Tilles
has served as chairman of JWV's
Insurance, budget, and Israel tour
committees. He was honored by
Ihe Governor ol Rhode Island with
appointments on the Regt "is Ad-
visory Commission and as vice
chairman ol the Stale Council of
NORMAN D. TILIES \rts.
Department of Florida Com-
breakfasl honoring Norman mander is Herbert !.. Gopman of
1 Tilles of Providence, R. I., na- Miami Beach.
ends of B'nai B'rith Youth Services ar presenting the
tusical show, "To Live Another Summer," for one
.' on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 8:15 p.m., in the Miami
-. Auditorium. A cast of 24 performers, including mu-
sicians, singers, dancers and comedians will .feature Rivka
Raz, international singing star. Tickets are available at the
' lorium box office or at the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
e. Arie Kaduri is producer-director of the show.
Tox Consultant Accounting Notary Public
4250 E. 4th Ave., Hioleah RABBI DAVID ItHKfltlD
Rabbi Lehrfield
To Receive
Ramlnmi Award
Mlzrachl Women's Florida
Council will present the pres-
tigious Rambam Award to Rabbi
Dr. David Lehrfield. spiritual
leader of Congregation Kneeeth
Israel In recognition "f "dis-
finguislied service to the cause
of Jewish education In this com-
munity."
Guest speaker at the affair, to
'c held March I. at noon, in the
Men Roc Hotel, will be Mis.
Milton Jacobson. national pres-
ident ol Mizrachi Women.
Serving as chairman will be Mrs.
Hyman Kolko, 1th co-chairmen,
Mrs. Morris Zellner and Mrs
Rubin Jacobs.
SENATOR KENNEDY
GUEST OF HONOR
ISRAEL TRUSTEES
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.
ih Ui -' ol honor at Ihe
Trustiv ol i-i.i linner ol
te, v il he pit sented
with thi Swo : ol Haganah
\ward i.v the Israel Bond
i li ran tal i for hi< warm
i, iendship for the people of
I and his i* spiring sup-
port of its < conom upbuild-
In? in fn edom, human di -
nit> and pi ace.
The senator will be the
princi iker al the din-
ner which take- pla v M011-
daj evening Feb. 19 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
In tribute to Sen Kennedy,
the Trustees of Israel din-
ner will represent the open-
big of the major phase ol
the Israel li >nd campaign for
$.">t>0 million in vitally needed
development fun'K in 1973
through the enrollment of a
record number of purchasers
of 510 0(;^ or more as Trus-
tees of Israel. Those who
purchase 125,000 or more in
Israel Bonds for lOT.'t will be
designated as J.rael 25th An-
niversary Trustees,
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YESKIVA AND HESIFTA TORAH VODAATH OF
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
is happy to announce its Annual Dinner which will take place ,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28
ai 6-J* PJL AT Till: CROWN HOTEL
MR. JACOB M0DANSKY DINNER CHAIRMAN
Serving with Mr. Modansky as ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN ARE-
SAMUEL REINHARD, WILLIAM G. MECHANIC,
OSCAR B. SCHAPIR0 AND HYMAN CHABNER
Mr. Chabner, who is known for his many Activities as Both a Civic and
Religious Leader, Invites his many Friends and Acquaintances to Share
in this Annual Celebration, which this year will honor the Miami
HYMAN CHABNtR founders.
\|)a\ io \nticipate! Daj toReroembei
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
SILVER SALUTE
TO ISRAEL
INAUGURAL JNF
FOUNDATION ASSEMBLY
HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU
FEBRUARY 25,1973
Inspiring Speakers Including
ISRAEL GENERAL M0RDECAI GUR
Breakfast Seminar
Silver Anniversary Luncheon
Gala Jubilee Evening
ISRAIU CINIDAI MMOICAI GUR
liter if o' 0' Jerwia m
METER PESIN
HI 1 Pin JNI
ABRAMSJUOMON
Ciec Vie* ftt\ IHf
JAY OERMER
Pin. INI Citatti iir
OR. IkVINGLEHRMAN
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HERMAN I WEISMAN
pan INI p.,,,a,-
DR. AR0N WEINBERGER
Nat I D.> INI Ic.nl.M.
RABBI
MATER ABRAM0WITZ
Chairman liecuttvt Bd
JUDGE IEV.W.K0GAN
Phi INI Soiitharn Iraicn
For INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
call 534-6518
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Citizen's School Committee Technion LmMes Luncheon Meeting On February 23
M'!im' Chapter, Women** Divi- Prouram includes "Impreasknsi end vocalists Betty \\ ii,., .,
Meeting On Friday, Feb. 16
The next meeting of the CM-
ns- School Committee win be-
held on Friday, at 10 a.m.. in the
Federation Building. Room i.\
4:?00 Biacaync Blvd. Th,. latest
bropoaata on desegregation which
will affect schools throughout the
community will bo discussed.
Director of the Office of Equal
Educational Opportunitj for the
Dade County Public School Sys-
tem Donald Burroughs, will p're-
i in the now desegregation plan
i nl il! go to the School Board
for approval on Feb. 21.
The niei ring is timely since the
Board of Public Instruction is
completing a series of !." open
i leetings in Dadc County in which
the} discussed their desegregation
nlan to get the public's reaction
und thinking. This meeting of the
' iii7ons' School Committee will
Jve educational and civic organ!-
-aii.ms that make up this coali-
tion, an opportunity to discuss the ,
i 'an and decide what position they
want to take on this very Impor- '
tnnt Issue facing the community.
The Citizens' School Committee
is a broad coalition of civic
anil educational organizations con-
cerned with Improving and safe-
"".T'iin<- rwal'tv education In tiie
Public School Syst. in.
Among its members are the
\merlcan Jewish Committee, Con-
i' nee of Christians and Jews.
Girl Scuts. Greater Miami Coali-
tion. League of Women V iters
slon of the American Society foi
Technion Israel institute of Tech
imlogv, is havlne a luncheon moot
Ing. starting at 10:.10 a.m.. on
Friday. Feb. 23. at the home o
Mrs. Robert Paul, too Alhambn
circle. Coral Gal les. The affaii
honors trustees and life members.
President <>i the chapter is Mrs
Meyer Brilliant, chairmen an
Mrs. David Sernaker and Mrs
Melrin Schwartz.
Israel'- by
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Jack Kassewitz,
of Miami News.
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in Tokyo told th Metropolitan
L>. m: tmenl th u sevei il
t, rroi i-t- ar ned w ill: automali
rifles a-- p'anning to ambush
airlines carrying Israeli of-
ficials.
Iho last month Lufthansa
i nl- i xprcssed con -rn that
n Ma \i '. .en i aeli oi h -
tra conductor, nr thl be attack-
ed bj terrorist* Maazel, who ar-
i k-ed in Janpan on Jan. 21
aboard a Lufthansa plane with
German symphony orch ra
pived heav> \>'\ "c rarol c< on
until ho ion Feb. -'. The Japan
Tim< reno ted
He alle ri dry recelvi d a threat-
ening call ;ii hi- \\>-t <; >rman
ol ic bef i coming to Jaoan
l.ati- i i-i month, .ii. l i -li
1 orled that t......>r
1sts an dnal
Is aoli hi;- ini -- net m the K
i On thi ba*U ol Ihes
poi l, 1 I'lO
po!i I met i posie I a riot
mi i I at the
The 'li'"'I bus for chi'dren
i io! oi i is being os-
i ,, t. i in poll cai -. MP1) of
Hillel PTA Holds
Second Annual
Fashion Show
On Wednesday, ihe PT\ of M*
Hillel Pom mmit\ Day S lv..i i
havina ii second annual rmcNxw
fashion show 'n the Coti'lion Roo'
o| the Fiin Roc Hotel, a' noon
Some 50 women are acting n-
.s'Miii-nr-
Thcnie of the luncheon i- a ear
ousel, and the fashion show i- -
musical Fnv ento-ia'^mont. Iher--
will I*' molher-dae thter team of
singei -. El-a and Sreta F>o'ss
npni I bv Kav Ses*n ';.
Youne Soohistic ites of the II >ll\
w.....I Fahlo*i Centi rn.....in'
thi fash m m- Mrs .Toann
Solomon is th hi......tan "i'1
eommitteo m-mb^rs IjviI"* Din
mond, MaHlvn S......ack R.....i
s, heck and Pes'v Dennis. Marci'
Schefts i- the fnhi mi show roor
dinator. Dottj Gruen i- co i nen
tator.
Mod '' A ""'""
Poarl Cohen Rol.....'a '
M.i ilyn Rh
park. Marein heft. I"-'"
nan Sunny M. nark Ha"
:, n ker, Alvin-
' ould
- r resentatlve
v\tn k ii more sti ir..
kvtlvc mi Bsures

A sense
promptetl l>> i h<
Israeli Embassy
Pali stinian teri v
it gei
- ./ -I
ii Bans
I Isls 1 l|
was
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SHMUrl FERSHKO
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ENSEMBLE
SATURDAY, FtBKUAKf 24TH, 8 P.Afi.
at
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Tickets at Box Office
Malek Drive Gains
For Beach Election
Male! campaign !.....I< uitionn, repreeiitliig senior cltl-
!ion to the M imi Beach ti >uu- xrna, biulnem, labor, Demoeratii
it.il steadily this wei^k, und general membenihips.
!lli-l-.
\ cilo;
Mow
Inc.
B'n.ii U'ritl
K.il M
:- 11' Tues !aj special balloting
H| : inch d lr\ ing Firtcl, cam-
pa n cliainnan, said "Mr. Malek
ha> ikon thi lead, bul all of his
and >upirters must vote
lhal ni in ho'.l up in what
unfortunately promises to Ix a
.ii'iii turnout."
Mr. Malek, u former Beach vk*e
mayor who i a raenfber u Ihe
boards ol sti i> orgaiilsatlonit .is
WIIL.AM SCHUSIL
Mi/i.iihi. the Hebrew Academy
mil Sooth Shore Hospital, won in-
.liirsemeiits from mniioriius orgunl-
EDWARD NEWMAN
\ pasl president of the Young
Demo ratic Ci'ili irf Mia >>i Bench
Mr, Malek worked in the success
ful Presidential camoaigns of
Harry s. Truman, John F. Ken
nedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.
He is a past exalted ruler or
the city's largest fraterna' organi
/itiiin the Miami Beach '<>\ a d?
Elks, and pasl grand of the Inter
nat lona' t) "d ir of OH Fe'lows.
Mr, Malek. whose ouhirsemiMi'
by tho Concress f Senior ('it1
Zens -is aniioiineoil by l,oi|i
Kroll, is riinniuf, on a platrorni
\>. i'ii ii i'viudes -,i or arrant of pom-
batting beach erosion, obtaining
enabling legislation r->r rout eon
trol and more ti-on-ii"" centers
parks anl recreation f:r-'li'i"s
11,' also in i' a mod tH >"'
li :!ili:i S' -torn -i law Which WO'tld
vent the repetition of another
"Woffoi '. Ho'el" and row-
ing w hich '..; j te
a- ri' '- i ho
\t Mali who hi-- v in i'ii''.|<
from i "'i'ii '' 'it'- !'" .' 'iv i h \i-
tional Fund. Is n Bo .i- an I nu-
lll.TOHs ll'vr hi 'Mill 'at I i"- i.....
the years fo" hi< .....t of the
State ,( I i "i-i^ >>i ---
l>er of Knights of Pytltias, Opti-
Mi. i irti I. his cnmoalgn chair-
man, is :i founder mid iHrecl >r <-'
Temple Emanu-KI, as is Rdward
T. Newman. North Shore chair-
man, Mr. I'irtel. |in-iilont i; (he
Hebrew Academy niul a M'and
Beach attorney, i- a pasl president
i Hm Heaab im.irs and ui the
Optimist (Mil. ill Miami Beach.
Mr, N"< pan
Jaycee pi d ni and is 'i-i \
alted ruler of the F .! -ii Elks. Mi
Pi 'i'l is a leading officer ol t'i
Elks, uiii announced thai pa I ex-
alti .I ruli A'len G t'dber
Si mli j Coll in and Mm in Kl n-
mel ln\ join d :!i Nfa!eh T a n,
William J. S 'husel. n \l
B< ii'li bank r who i-
both the i '.oi Mi"
! lives < 'liih if Mai
serves :i- the Malek can
linato M ': -
ly with I ;"' Id S ':
tions divcel
; .i-l pr -il 'it i 'i
B'nni P ith
Zionist Council ol Si il
David i"i- Isrnel,
Mr. S -lin-o', -aid VVi '.
ii '- t the poll -
ruesday, for l!i 7 i-- 7
VOtillg, !.. ''ii'
I < at i'W- H.'fl.
I |ft
i .
II -,iil 'Hi
i- a i
'
/
irvihg mm
>s ii b. f4ehaplro, a i-m ling of-
lleer of Kneseth Israel, HebeeM
\e.-i(lri!i\ old niimoi-iiiis Tiiraii
Judaism ruiisps, i ,.u the Malek
exeeative .....multtee along wttb
Aimiiei Beliibard, state cbalrasan
it 11 i' -1'.
our i 11 \, u ho 'ir o li en i
...:;.'"
name Idontifi
in : he .lit" ils n i -
of those offei i ig Mi i seh
:niiilu- sen i .
It's a finiih effort ill M ih k
I'.imp.'iiun Iio:iiIiiii H'tiis \\j.l; \|,..
J-oe Mali \i I? ii hello Ben Malek,
a soi-<>,,i teaeher with a mastei -
degree frosn th Universlt> ol Mi-
ami, heading a team effort.
Mrs Malek. who was n I
cral ic i'iv rmltt in .....
membi if the Dad ints i
i .ii ion Ai ition, and
OUT. B"nai R ith and othe n
ganiuil ions. Even their five-
j ear-old A tin, has b >en
sealing envelop s and hnndtn
in- father's campaign literature


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yjenist fkridiar
Friday, February 16, 1973
Judi Fcinstein,
Skaye Jacobson
Weci.Fob.4th
i i and
hi exchai
rows on sun i. 4. at
le Roc Hotel, i ifficiatinp
;. die 7 p.m. Chassidic or-.
Dr, Irving Lehrman, Ral 11
P. Jacobson and Dr. B. Bi rgmari
A reception in honor of the newly-
weds followed the nuptials.
Parents of the co'iple are Mr
end Mrs. ZvJ Feinstein, 9056 Bay
Dr.. and Rabbi and Mrs. David
Jacobson of Long Beach. N. Y.
For her wedding, the bride worr
f white lace eown with pearl tiers
and a mantilla headpiece and car-
net', a cascade of orchids and roses.
Honor attendants were Corinnc
Fe'nstein and Klaine Jacobson.
with Judi Brim, Suri Harris
Debbie Hollenberg and Phyllis
Kantrowitz serving as bridesmaids.
Debbi Bicky was Junior Brides-
n aid,
Kenney Jacobson served as the
groom's best inar.. and among
ushers were Marvin Goldstein, Dr.
Herschel Jacobson, Jay Feinstein,
* ark Koslowe and Charlie Wimp-
er.
A graduate of Miami Bench
ii High School, the bridi
ntl a si nior al Stern College
I Women in New York v hi ri she
i- a membi r of Stu i. nl AdmJ
Society. Her husband is in his
ir at Yeshiva Cnivi
Vli ind Mrs. Ja bson will
. n 1 -i Hills \. Y.
i'
MRS. SHAYt 1AC0BS0H
Cultural Society Concert
Set For Saturday
.: IB. h Cultui
. ,\ n A. T i o '.. -
tor, will presen
lav Fob 7 at the
Hall, 753 \V ishin I m
A group of .vi ': si< ians
Cai men Mai no
I on will i erform in a series
cl leal i
Also on the program will be
Performing Aits Society
i esentin in eys from
Sound of Music," and
' Fiddler on Ihe Hoof."
Members of Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
Jewish War Veterans, attended ceremonies
dedicating new barbecue sets and patio at
Miami VA Hospital (center pit donated by
Post 174) (left to right) George Graham, post
chaplain; Edward W. Brenner, post hospital
chairman, (rear) Dr. August Buermann, chief
of extended care service; Mrs. Dora N. Freed-
man, post senior vice commander; Hy M.
Morns, post adjutant; Di. D. R. Robinson,
hospital director, (foreground1 hospitalized
veterans. Not shown, Werl E. Roberts, di-
rector oi voluntary services at the VA Hos-
p-'Hl.
Academy Women Sponsor
Israel Movie At Surf
The Hebrew Academy Women
, n -"< nsoring the opening ni ht
r>l "1 Lovi You, Rosa motioi
picture produced in Israel, f'i :i 28,
., the S ..: rhi ater.
Tii kets at ii
..,,,-,,. ,,:. at Ihi Hi
Vi ill. ny iccori ing to Mis.
residi "'.
ATTENTION
PROGRAM
CHAIRMEN!
Her:! Institute
Program Kit for
Israel's 25th Anniversary
available Copy: $2 50
!
The St-onole fc- Isi I
Stitehood
Key f>ta?ements of Is
State
A Cultural Chronolcqy
Israel Through Poetry &
Prose
"But How Can You Say
It In Hebrew"
Program Materials
Dramatics
The Greening of the Negev
Jerusalem Cycle
History Has A Human Touch
Living Newspaper
| Program Outlines
Israel Culture Festival
Israel Film Festival &
Forum Series
Israel Issues Roundtable
An Israel History Week for
Your community
An Israel Studies Program
An Evening of Israeli
Poetry
Three Programs of Israeli
Music
The Dance Is The Thing
An Israel Book Fair for
your community
Visual Program Aids
Film: Day of UN Decision
(rental $5 001
Filmstrip: "Twenty-Five
Milestones" livailable
separately $3.50)
Pictorial Gazette
Editorials
"You and Israel's Culture."
Opportunity For Hebrew. The
Song of Zion. U /isual Quotes.
Hebrew Culture Caravan." "To
Israel With Hebrew" (a TV
program for your community).
"Tape Courses For Hebrew
Home Study." "The Herzl
Institute Comes to Your
Community." "The Heril
Institute Plays Present: "The
Story of David."
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Sandy Saka
Plan Marriage
D : i Mrs. Be : b I "-."- n
have announced the i nt
and future mania e of
daughter Judith Marcia to S
Sandy Saka
'Die bridegroom-el< thi
of Mi Joseph Saka and the late
Mr, Saka.
Wedding for the couple i- plan-
Happenings
Henrj E. P.-hmidl
... eli "
United Si lank o! M t
announc Edward < Waynes,
: esident
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Friday, February 16, 1973
^Jenisti fhuridiom
Page 9-C
|
Happenmgs
-^
*
: nted construction
er in the Moi i .1 ;e i >< -
,-artrr.ent at Anericaa Savings
A 1akii\ Ao-irttion of I"iori w on ei !. ;is-i .
i Pratt .v Whili.i', rpoi.,-
:.p i'b Research and 1 elop-
nent Center :n West P ...:
; and the Apollo spaci pro-
gram iit Cape Kenne.1\.
Threat!? of Graphite'' .
exhibit of line drawings by
VMa Jane Hirsch, will be dis-
played in the Library Gallery,
Ff.rry College through Feb. 2-5.
Graphic artist, designer ami
teacher. Vida Jane H:rsch is a
charter member of the Miami
art group, Mangrove. She is also
1 'liber of Grove House and
tne Miami Art Center.
t ??
The lJ73 "Carnivals Against
I\-trophy" Koal was get a' S.'
million during the Must
Dystrophy Association <>f Amer-
h.nl annual planning 1 "ii-
.ce at the Sonesta Beach
Hotel, Ke Biscayne, this Meek
:: SO of the nation's les
en's TV ami radio
litiea officially launched the
carnivals pi |c 1
:. -
^Tt-tarir* are Inv.ted to PX-
caieer I 1 .
>..'. ctivl
.... 1

- i U Rd.. C01
the Uiuml Cbapt4 r,
N .Hi.: ai secretaries Vssoclatlon
lliiteruattonal).
;!\ Mi ::d-! >ad< r inior Col-
' .< stuck nts. five wi m n and
n, haw been awarded
di\ ision scholarships for
ecademic excellence. The awards
are made through a program
administered bv the College
Entrance Examination Board
. The winners are:
Joyce M. Davila. Janet Barnes.
Michelle Davis. Ocnlvn I nndy,
Elvira Bynd, and Ben Payton.
i.'l.tl- l 1.is..-.-, HI lA:...ii,llg
polt, offered by Miami-Dude
< olleee North, will start Mon-
daj night from 6 to 8 p.m. Play
will tx at Miami Lakes Country
Club, Two Saturday classes will
begin on Feb. 24. Play will be
at Not th Campus.
Janice A. Pfetffer was ap-
pointed assistant vice president,
.-.: lev< lo intent, foi The
Hlaml Beach Flrtl National
Hank. nnounced J. Luekett
Yawn, Jr., president. Mrs. Pfeii-
fei has 18 : ears 1 if previous
expeiii nee at the Na-
wai'k and Essex Bank
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esld
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.
Law ren < K. Singer ha bi
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and Busine l ipment
Ofiic : for the I'nltcd National
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Singer was previously emoloycd
in New York City at the Israel
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& -t &
Carlos .1. Carrera-i has boon
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whore he was in charge of the
International Department of the
River Plate District, Argentina,
Uruguay, Paraguay.
The board or directors of the
Jefferson National Bank at
Sunny Isles have annoui I
a ij oinl nenl ol M.n in (iluek t 1
the ol !- 1-' 1
president VI*", < ''. ick ha
with the bank sin L96S He Ls
a member of the B'nai B'rith
Gold Coast Lodge and the M
Chamber of Com-
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division
Aventura Tennis Classic, held recently at the Aventura
Country Club, resulted in a 57 per cent increase in contri-
butions over the same gifts last year to Federation's 1973
CJA-1EF campaign. Shown (horn left) are the chairmen of
the day. Mrs. Paul Richman; Mrs. Malcolm Meister, spon-
sor of the luncheon, and Mrs Byron Sponder. ____
man, Anthony Abraham, and 1
committee members Paul To-
pino, Al Cohen, and Irv Watt-
man. ThU is the l?th year here
for the affair which last year
attracted some 1.200 guests who
contributed more than $100,000 !
to the Memphis Tenn.. hofoital
founded by entertainer Danny
Thomas.
fc -to -6
New apiwintments at Flagler
Federal knchide Fran (;ola>n to
assistant vice president, and Ra-
chel ou-curullo to branch man-
ager.
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merce.
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*Jen #*#> net idton
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With ISABKl. GttOVE
It was quite n clay Rhnrin Levitt planned for her husband
Morris, turned 40. and son Allen whose 12th birthday is within 5
('ays of Hi- [athor's, The father-son festivities started <>n Sunday,
Fob. 4*. at 11:30 a.m., when chartered buses picked up 40 fathers
and 40 sun-; at the Levitl home, and were taken to Bakers Haul-
over where fishing boat-* were waiting to take them to the briny
deep for a riav o! casting and munchlnc. Morris and Allen had
rwn in on the planning of the day. but wore not prepared to
find, on their arrival home, wives and children of the fishermen.
I'M- an i'a1'..-ate dinner. Tables were sel out on the patio and
the al fresco pnrtj took the celebrants quite by surprise. Trophies
and awards were handed out for the largest eaten of fish, which
had been on th meagre ide. Dress was informal, and daugh-
ti :.- Miche!e. 13. a id Erica, ~. enjoyed, the whole exciting affair.
Mr. and Mi's No-man Sand of 9451 S\V 61st St.. are justlj
I of 13-yoar-o'i Char'es who belongs '" Boy Scout Troop
-' -p nso d ie Temp's Z'on. For bis Ragle Seoul project, Ch
I nd seedlings 'ast spring (he helps his 89-year-old
l: and.a'.her, Barnetl Schneider, in the garden). During the re-
cent vacati n ft is hool, Charles and his Seoul friends. Scotl
V and Clark Freedman, .levy Llpsky, tarry Shanboz and
< nt many hours landscaping the grounds at
Varictj Child Hospital A seventh grade studenl at Glades
11 eh S hool, Chat e- was Bar Mllzvah In April, 1972. at Ti
'/ n at I has in I'd with his II breu -' lies, He i- n u
i i! K nda'l Track Tarn and la*1 Satiuda> partici-
pated in an '. ." ick ntfl, The Sands nlo have two cule
, foni 1'). is a Girl Scout, and Claire, 7. is lo >
]' iv pal so in.
Ses amity aren't taking any ehai on mRs'ns
r .ii Lloyd'* "I the Mai- n Grande! Thej phoned fn
Wiike.t-Bariv, Pa., lo say thai thiy were headed for
for thi follow ng Thurs-
nigh Seem* theyM hi at d ol the mar
I h way up ii sno i co tntrj.


Xev et .....' Kings Bay Yacht and Country Cub in-
VII i-rt nnd W\ Vbrahamon and daughter Ruth; Charles
II l Appel and children Bruce anl Jan: Robert '.
n 'ii.el; childn n Jeimife iid M nda; Robert i
i I Miehael, Si san an Jeffn > ; Neat
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from 7 a.m. to
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foi mei vi< p i y i
is married i<
1 : i Malek, ji school
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Ian ,i student ;it the
Miami Hebrew Academy.
lalek has been a Miami
attorney for the past 2"t
- admitted to practice be-
L". S Supreme Court, and
lu ite the University "f
and d- School hi Law ith
egrees.
a dii i"i of the Mizrachl-
is Zionist organization of
i. ,i n Hi i of the Hebrew
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n.! a Hi i ctor ni the South
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st presidcnl of the Young
i i 'luh of Miami Beach,
ilek i~ pasi exalted ruler
Mi i ni !'' ach Elks lodge.
y's largest fraternal and
organi<.ation. He is a past
if the International Order
! Fell .. and active in
as othei v ic groups such
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io the bench erof.ion inoblem and
bdd tiona] parks and tennis courts
Mr, Malek said this week such
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On March 10
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and dances,
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Israel, Los Angeles Detroit Bal-
limore. Minneapolis, Philadelphia.
.ml other centers, repoits Rabbi
Abraham Korf, retdonal director
o. the Lubavitcher Movemi
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+Je#isti nortdiar
Friday, February 16. 1973
Jews Among Target Groups
For New Evangelistic Fervor
(Mr. Bernards is director of the In-
terreltgioue cooperation department of
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. Thia article ia excerpted from
the current AOL Bulletin.
America is experiencing, and
will continue to experience in the
next five to 10 years, an upsurge
of Christian evangelistic fervor di-
rected at the unchurched, unbap-
tized portion of the population
perhaps more than half of the 200
million people living in this coun-
try.
Jews will be included in the
target groups toward which those
campaigns will be directed, and
should therefore have enough in-
formation to permit a realistic ap-
praisal and understanding of the
situation rather than an emo-
tionally charged one. for there i:-
no reason to push panic buttons
The intensified evangelical cam-
paign in progress has as its slo-
gan. "Calling our Continent to
Christ." Its origins go back some
five yean to a plea for renewed
fervor by Dr. Carl Henry, editor
of an evangelical journal. Chris-
tianity Today, and subsequent
meetings which resulted in the set-
ting up of a structure known as
Key '73. headquartered In St
Louis, with a projected budget >>!
SS million. Seme 130 denomina
tions, church associations and
rch groups have affiliated with
th Kes '73 proji cl
pt to evangelize A
i ind eventually the world, i?
iinke i to many fa tors Inclu line
an rist anity
;>- tentative to the Hi
of h anti enl ele
l is the drui
E n cull Ike Hari
v itchcral I S
ta oi all kinds
an lissat'sfacti m lr a......lr-
i tl .' a i Ism typ<
ol Ity.
T to and one with
the mounting oi the Key '73
the phenomena of ou
ha i i he "Jesus Fn ak 'the
and their
exl i i pxpi.....: the "(Tiildren
of Go v
acterized by a very simplistic, Ht-
-t inkage to the words ol
I rests ent.
ird Golwick noints on1
le the Jesus Revolution
lii mallj anl i-Semitic,
eculiar type of enthusiasm
anil J -; v i.....n
'.. 'ii be principal Ingredients
nti-Semiti tudes."
While there have been Jews af-
: by the Jesus Revo
b con' i ted i >< er the pa si set -
th. y seem to be rel-
j in number.
The converts tend to congregate
in groups, call themselves "He-
brew Christians and see their
Special responsibility, to convert
Other Jews to Christianity.
An organization known as the
American Boa-d of Missions t"
ACUl FORUM TOPIC
Florence Diffenderfer Wills and
Annie Aidman will speak on
"A hat ff There Had Never Been
An American Civil Liberties
n" at the Forte Forum on
Tuesday a' 1 p.m. in the Forte
torium. Ms. Wills is executive
tl tor, and Ms. Aidman is de-
v lopment vice chairman ACLTJ In
f oi Ida,
the Jews has been in existence for
some 75 years, funded, along with
similar but smaller groups, by
Christian denominations, churches,
and individuals, to conduct specific
evangelistic thrusts to Jew*. "He-
brew Christian" evangelists pe-
riodically visit local evangoh'stic-
ally-oriented churches to give their
witness as "Hebrew Christians
for Christ. Others have engaged
in street-corner harangues in
heavily populated Jewish neigh-
borhoods of big cities
Hut the new evangelistic thrust
directed to Jews takes a different
tack. It attempts to capitalize on
the tragedies of the holocaust era.
when some Jewish individuals con-
verted to Christianity but insisted
on still being counted as Jews. In
a famous case, Brother Daniel, a
Carmelite Monk of Polish Jewish
background, requested admission
lo the State oC Israel on the basis
)f the Law of Return. adjudicated not Jewish within the
meaning of that law since he had
mbracod Christianity.!
The holocaust brought about a
perplexing confusion and uncer-
tainty about the nature of Jewish
identity because Hitler's Nurem-
berg decrees measured a person's
. eligibility as a Jew to be shipped
to a concentration camp on the
basis of having at least one Jew-
ish grandparent. Thus. ]*>ople who
had long forgotten their Jewish
origins were committed to the
camps. The crux of Brother Dan-
iel's argument before the Israel
Supreme Court was a rabbinic
tradition to the effect that "a
Jew. although he Is a sinner, is
still a Jew" a phrase whose
! exact moaning and applicability is
extremely unclear and subject to
great difference of opinion. Nev-
ertheless, the "Hebrew Christians"
in the country, and elsewhere,
have used the Brother Daniel ar-
gument to buttress their tradi-
tional position that they are the
"true" Jews in that they are the
only ones "adhering" to the Old
Testament, whereas the Jewish
people, and particularly its rab-
bis, have been "betrayers of true
j Judaism." Their view is a com
! plete distortion of Judaism as it
existed during the time of Jesus
I and in later centuries.
The new approach to evangeliz-
ing .Tews involves the suggestion
that Jews do not have to drop any
of their religious and cultural hag
gage in order to liecome Chris
Hans. Rather, the evangelists say
they will become "completed"
Jews.
The groups concerned with pro-
selytizing "especially to the Jews
will ride on the coattails of the,
Key "3 ap val to the general com-1
mtmlty. Ads. like those which have
already appeared with the head- ]
lines "So many Jews are wearing j
that smile nowaday-:' and "What
is one of the fastest growing move-
ments in Judaism today?" will
contain subtle distortions and dis-
paragements of Jews and Judaism.
The methods of the evangelists,
and the "Hebrew Christians." may
be gentle, polite and reasoning on
the surface, but are essentially
defamatory and dlsi>araging. with
frequent recourse to deception a>
a means of enticing Jews to read
materials or listen and view radio
.ind TV programs. One deceptive
gimmick is opening programs with
(he Hebrew "Shma." or the read-
ing ol a familiar Hebrew passage
from the Bible, or. as in the case
of a TV presentation called "Th?
Passover" last spring, offering an
inteipretation of the Passover
seder which then turns out to be
Christological.
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Charles W. Sokol, a general agent for Protective Life
Miami, is shown with regional vice president Rex B. Mullins
receiving keys to a 1973 Cadillac Sedan De Ville presented
to him by the Birmingham, Ala., insurance company for
having sold more than S2 million of insurance in 1972. Mr.
Sokol has been with Protective Life since 1963 and has been
the recipient of numerous rewards, havmg received four
National Quality Awards, and qualified for the Company's
Honor Club six times. He is u member of the board of trus-
t s and tieasurer of Temple Judea.
JIIA Auxiliary
ISauws Mrs. Roth
Woman Of Year
The Greater Miami Women'-;
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
will hold ii- monthly meet-
laj al noon l-vii. 27, al
the Algiers Hi
Highlight of the afternoon
be the na ning ol Mrs Rose Rotn
v. om -ii of Hi" Ye ir," >r "uri I
effort- throughout the year in be-
ha i of the Home thi ou li i
donor journal." Mrs. Roth '
i -ted with a birth lay cake In
honor ol hei B4th ni itone
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, pro
chaii i an, \\ ill ini ro I ice Pal cia
( Sal ',soi ; stylisl who i I
anj hers ii on thi I an.
In i har ol reser ations arc
Mrs, Anne Tancnbaum and Mrs
Hennx Jaffi
Murray Meyerson
Seeks Beach Seat
Murray Mey si m, Miami Beach
, leader and fn mer constable,
I Kj fill thi n i'ii
the M ami Beai h City Council in
special i lection.
Mr. Meyerson who has been u
;, -. lei ol the South Beach area
[i ii more than I s. will tx
n aking I.is first mncil
seat. 1 erved as .liami Beach
[onsta iftei being appoint I '
..... in 1967, and was
fleeti d 1" .i foui year 1.1 m In
He lal ked for passage of
judicii refi ii n state amend-
i. wh ch ibolished the office
nl eonstable and updated the court
em.
Although the election will be
i -wide, the el< ctorati last
nber, passed -i n'
i.....skin district
,. ns which is now being de-
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Mr. Meyerson, an attorney, has
K en a ii a rher. He was special
istant attoi ney general of Flor-
i, director of juvenile bureau,
Dade Sh : ::' ffice. member ol
minal law committee of the
. Bar as-, iciation, and past
resident of the Miami Police
Uhletic league.
Mi rsim said he is "un-
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A new gallery in Coconut Grove, the Ehrenkranz and Ham-
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and Rosemond Hammond, and includes a wide selection c:
acrylics, watercolors, drawings, pastels and sculpture: .
Currently on exhibition are the sculptural works of Audre -
Cciwin Wright and Shema Simonhoff Brcdy.

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A plaque to the memory of the 11 Olympic Israelites w
were assassinated last year in Munich is now on psrmc -
nent display at the Blasberg Funeral Chapel or. Miarr.i
Beach. This week Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the
foundation of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miam
gave an invocation and prayer at the chapel to the memor;
of the Israelis. The scroll reads, "Dedicated to the memory
of our departed loved ones, The Eleven Israelites who died
at the Olympic Games 1972, 5732." (Left to right' Di.
Lehrman and Larrie Blasberg director of the chapel.

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Gerald Schwartz (left) president of the Brotherhood of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami, is shown accepting rdJ"
the organization's outstanding contributions over many years
to the Mount Sinai Hospital Blood Bank. Dr. MLB. Ctfta
(right) made the presentation while Sid Golden, blood bank
director, looks on.
The Jewish Cale 5733 19 ndar 73
Ro'.h fOlVsh (AllOI III : ni u
of ElIher n rs. '
Pu, im rues Apr. 3
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Fust Day Pa p h HocSeih wo' rue-.. rhurs Apr 1/
San. a-.iv 20
Rosh Hodesti Frl, June l
First Day shobuoth p7h HodeVl Tonv.iul |UIM 6
Sun Tum. July 1
Fast o! Ton tux
pV,h Hoiwsh Av ;
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5731 19 73
Rosh Ho'hanoh Triurs. s. ,-t 1,
Fasf~o "GrcHila Sot 11 n
Vom IOrT<" Sot Oct. 6
Hist Doy a* Su"Qi"___ Fcost Conclusion 5m^Cholh To'oh Thu'5. Oct. 11
Tfurs. Oct. IB
Frl Oct. '
Posh Hodrsh Vlelnvon Sat. Aon Oct ). Nov 26
Bosh HoOrsh K.siev
Fi-sl Day Rom*"" Touts Dec 20
Rosh hwlosh level Wed. Dec- W
A pario, ncheon held recently at the home cf
Mrs Morris Burl;, benefactor chairman for South Dade, re-
. | per cent increase in co- '3 over lafct
:o the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left1 Mis. Lewis Silbermar.,
patron chairman South Dade, Mis. Sydney Wolofsky, Mrs
Maurice Giubcir and Mis. Leonard Friedland. Women 3
Division vice president for campaign, who addressed the
men in attendance. Women's Division Benefactors
make minimum annual contributions of SI COO to the annual
CJA-IEF campaigns. _
All Sacr*4 Occasion* enmmtnee
on the }>rctiijr tuiHj at Sn*.'
"Shalom Shalom." Jordan Marsh's current program saluting
the silver anniversary of Israel, opened with a reception
for Israeli UN Ambassador Yosef Tekoah, (left) and the pres-
entation of the torch of freedom by Mrs. Burton Levey,
chairman of the Israel 25 Committee of Greater Miami, to
William S. Ruben (right) president of Jordan Marsh, Florida.


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perl 1 a .<.. jroup lo date or.:' .
of a piogram launched two years aao by the I
Center for the purpose of giving aliyah can I
have- professions that ere in demand in Israel a e to
see from close up what it will be like to live and work
To date seme 100 Americans and Canadians have partici-
pated in this program and more than half are already set-
tled in Israel. While there each participant will meet with
potential employers and will visit housing picjects and
hold conferences with other Americans who have settled
there. The program has been coordinated in Israel with the
Eureau for Placement of Professionals and Tour Ve'Aieah of
the Jewish Agency. Pictured above is a part of the group
meeting for a pre-f.'ight orientation se.-cion at Kennedy air-
port, with the employment counselor of the Israel Aliyah
Center.
t
Bar-Ilan University launched its 19th anniversary cele-
brations by honoring more them 125 of its Founders at
a recent dinner in New York. Among thoe in attend-
ance were from left to right (seated^ Michael M. Fidler,
English Parliamentarian and president of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews, and Albert Parker, chairman of
the universiiy's board of overseers; (standing) Ludwig J-s-
sefson, chairman of Bar-Ilcn's board of trustees, and Dr.
Joseph H. Lookstein, university chancellor.
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Page 15-C
[Vatican Council II And The Jews 10 Years Later
W.I M. II. TANENBAI'M
S XOTB: Rabbi Tanenbaum,
Ino-rivliuiou." :iffiiirs dlrec-
c American Jewish ' thr niy rabb] pit-M-iu al
aii Council - I ha I l< '> '' adoption of
iliar Declaration on Noll-
Kvllfiona H is preaontly
iT.-t;iry of a Joint Vatican- '
not Jewish conMttltatlvv.
-. uul for 'A similar liaison
World Council of iliurtlirs.
(ysla nraa written exclusively
>wlah Telegraphic Agency.
i 1HT2. marked tho loth\
iry ot the opening of Vat- ,
KkiiiiiI II. What lias been
^incil's iinimct on Jewish-'
relations during the past
M of Catholic-Jewish rc-
Vatican Council II con-
i mei it the judgment that
H^d in Home on Oct. 28, 19C>.
liTiit- uf the adoption of the
tion on Non-Christian Re-
the Council was an his-
| lestone. a decisive turn-
i in the 1,900 years of re-
ips between Jews and
ns in the Western world.
..cist important net effect
deliberations and actions
fly the 2.300 Council Fath-j
that these have resulted
ifound change of Christian
v toward Jews and Ju-
daism :. man;, levels .n the Cath-
olic Ch : eli duiing lie past dec-
ade. In I;iil. Vatican Council II
could v ell he deserilied as "the
most t.\<''iLsi\e seminar mi Jewish-1
Chrbtia:. r< lati >ns" ever held dur-
ing the j asi two millenia.
That alteration in Christian
conscio -ness was a fundamental
precon: 'ion to taking the first
steps it", rivaling a new Christian
tradili ineipiently characterized
by < .r-eut repudiation of anti-
Semitt :iii.1 a growing respect
for Judaism as a living religion
of permanent value to its adher-
ents.
v
4,-.To lla historian of ideas, there
K.V tvv tacts of life" that are
Ckelf-ev i em, first. that great
seminal ideas thai have changed
the co :-e of history have been
invaria v the crealion of a small
i suall.v an intellectual elite;
lhat it takes decades for
format ve Idi as to percolate
gh an entire sociotj and to
:c i's woi ioview and behav-
l ns.
Thus. Mie oi mi' more signifi-
cant iuevements of Vatican
Council il was that it-; adoption
by an <' ciwhelming vole of Nos-
tra Aetale i Declaration on Non-
Christ., i. I'.eligionsi ns vvi II as
other [.ogressive deelarat'ons on
Rellgi Liberty and the Church
and iln Modei u World gave
strorr ; upei and provided a
sanct I'm small groups oi pres-
tigious Catholic scholars and
churchmen to begin the serious
process of removing the sources
oi anti-Jewish attitudes in Chris-
tian teaching and liturgy and to
'ay the foundation of a Christian
licolog.v of Judaism that is eon-
i-'ient with the vital realities of
Jewish existence.
That there exists today, a dec-
ade later, a network of scholars
in Sciipture studies, theology,
church history, liturgy, and so-
iologv in the I'niled States, Eur-
ope, the Middle Bast, Latin Amer-
ica, and even in Africa and Asia,
engaged in creating a new Chris-
tian culture that is sympathetic
toward Jews and Judaism is it-
elf the most telling commentary
n the long-range historic value
if the Council.
After 1.90U years of by-and-
l.uge tragic experience with Chris-
tian tradition and Christian so-
ciety whose momentum moved
'"orrendously in an anti-Jewish di-
rection, the present reversal of
field is simply inconceivable with-
out taking into account the deci-
iis of Vatican Council II.
And continuing for a moment
on this positive side of the ledg-
er, the search for a new under-
standing between Catholics and
Jews was not altogether confined
to scholars during the past dec-
ade. In a study which Dominican
Sister Rose Albert Thering and
I conducted together in 1970. it
as evident that Catholics were
making serous efforts to improve
'aching al out Jews and Judaism
n Catholic seminaries, colleges,
universities and hi -h schools.
our study, prepared for a collo-
quim on "The Theology of Israel."
held at Seton Hall University, dis-
closed that "40'; of Catholic sem-
inaries and colleges provided
.i.urses in Jewish studies; -11..V.'
if the seminaries and ".">', of the
colleges treated Judaism in cum-
ulative teliginn courses; and X'2.7
er cent of the seminaries ano
}s.9'; of the colleges offered
Scripture courses which specific-
ally dealt with the relationship ol
Christianity to Judaism. AhSMSt
,10'i of the Catholic high schools
I that responded to our question-
naire reported tliat local rabbis
1 were invited into the classrooms
when Judaism was being discuss-
ed."
These developments, too, are in-
conceivable without giving due ac-
count to the impact of Vatican
Council II.
Parenthetically, our study also,
icvealed that "no similar struc-'
tural reform took place among the
mainstream Protestant denomina-
tions" a negative affirmation
ol the value of the Council, and
perhaps S positive suggestion to
the Protestant leadership, 4Go
thou and do likewise."
A balanced evaluation requires
that we look also at the negative
side of the Catholic-Jewi.sh ledger
at unresolved issues that call for
far more serious attention than
has been given thus far since
Vatican II. These issues have Ih-cii
Mated forthrightly by the Rev.
I iiwaid iriannery, executive sec-
retary of the Secretariat for Cath-
.lie-Jew ish Relations in his No-
vember 1970 report to the Na-
tional Conference ol Catholic
"isi'ops. These problems still
i \ist:
l "Anti-Semitism, though most-
1 low-toned and tm.....iscious, is
still widespread and requires con-
llant effort to detect and unmask
manv disguises
2 "Catholic scholars have not
yet sufficiently pursued research
Into the renewal of theology re-
garding the place of Judaism in
the divine plan, though the Vati-
can Council's statement on the
lews showed the way.
.'! "The Stale of Israel has be- .
come a serious stumbling block
in Jewish-Christian relations.
Since Jews have in the vast ma- :
imity identified with that state'!
and 'see Zionism as central to Ju-
daism itself and essential not only |
to Israeli but also Jewish survival.'
they consider it 'SJ an ecumenical
and a religious consideration
which should be included in the
dialogue.' "
The need to speed up the proc-
ess of closing the gap between
advances made by the scholarly
elite and the people in the pew
in relation to anti-Semitism, a
more adequate theology of Juda-
ism, ami of Israel has assume*"
especial urgency for the Jewish
community in light of troublesome '
developments in recent months.
'1 he calculated exploitation ot
anti-Semitism, including the use
ol theological anti-Semitism, bv
lite Soviet Union and some Aral
piopagandlsts have im|ielled man.
i, s to look to the Catholic com-
munity as an ally and countervail-
ing force in combating this now
ivave of bailed toward the Jewish
i tuple.
Tile forthcoming nationwide
ev aii'.e'i-tic drive or "Key 73"
paralleled by intensified mission-
in-the-Jews programs whose con-
rcrsionary efforts presuppose a
denigration of Judaism as an "(in-
complete religion" have also un-
leiscored the importance of Cath-
lie :'iv\ other Christian efforts to
put an end once and for all to
proselytizing the Jewish people.
And finally, the recent dastardly
acts of murder ami terrorism
against Israelis, accompanied by
the growing penetration of anti-
Jewish Arab propaganda in Cath-
olic and other church circles, have
tent a sense of urgency in the
rewish community for Catnolics
to assume a more vigorous role
D lombating appeals of extremism
and polarization and to engage to-
gether in effective works of recon-
.lialion between Jews, Christians,
and Muslims in the Middle Last,
and among all peoples everywhere.
For in the last analysis, reeon-
- Motion was what Vatican Coun-
cil II was ali about in its ultimate
meaning.
Id. Hit Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
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In ist_>, "The Illustrated Lon-
Ion New -" described activities
on board the PA C Mail Steam-
ailing dovtn the Red Sea
"Among the various cam fs on
deck, quoits is one of the la-
voritcs. Aunt Sally' i- another
Ite. ards, chess, ba ;k-
.n di aughts, and lot! T-
ies., or wagct u ion the day's
run of tli -lu i, ir the hoar c
irrl al at each noil, ale re-
o i il in i>- many o( the pas-
- onif one d! t he moans o |>ass-
ir rime; an I flirtation u al-
ol n I ta II to "is e Illc'el a!s
'"' -candal for work upon."
Thi.'..- haven't changed much
in 101 \ a'- and while pitching
. n av not be nmons the
most favorite pastimes, the
itchlig of wo. e tainlv > i'l
he vvhen P& O's Canherra sails
i of Poi i Everg'ades on i' -
>.: from tliis port
Mni 'i 26.
Iwnvs abounds on
i.. "tins v Ith hon -ym i
- .: | hon noon -. an I nv ro-
nnn h ns iniliated. Manj
, "i n i li '
> r it lisl In
the t 101 \ a-. Re i I l "i
m "' athin :. hn
i d.....I swim nin': in th I Ido
a there are more exotic
i mes n hi. h includ' keen-
it r'nws not t let ice- and li n-
inr on rii li uiun 'al >nhii '
a- shcllinc, water -.net-, island
In 'cation an vc _':-1at'o:i
Yo i might want to Dartiel-
nt In a tn'i'e tennis tourna-
i !!! or obtain sewins instrn -
Hin s <^" no-hai>s camera semi-
nars v itb t'-i> shin's nhote i
i-..i- Tlton there is ahvays the
rascinnt'n reature films in a
l>lu-b 340 seal cinema that ;s
"ii 'd for i k? screen film
features.
Want more? There ar eric-
':'! mnte'tes, dan "inu lessons,
b id Il 'nil-, 'es-ie S an I II
lure- on the rot ol beaut)
are just to name -i fe
If you w in. till ir ire d iv -
'ne a?tlvllles there are visits
to the bridge, shopping In the
fabulous shops with bargain
goods from all over PA O's
w or'd. games of wbi-1 i 'lice
bridge), origami instruction.
scrabble and charades. There
are manj quizzes with prizes
as well as some Informal aqua-
tic games at one of the three
pools.
But save some of your m-
er-. for .nighttime activities. A
Ir.'l entertain n nl on I i
! -atures ingers, dancers an 1
=|iecialty acts who have p'a.vci
elulis and theater- in many mn-
iov .-:ties Miami amony
them. You'll be entertained
royal'v everv night v\ ith I'abu-
o is shows and cabaret pi r-
loimaii'is in Canberra's two
\ Min r ni'jht clubs And you'll
li vvatchinH the klr.d of talent
tluTt v nt're u-c 1 to seeinv in
on'\ the i'"-': places.
Rut that'* lust i start. There
a i i ino poncerts as well as
ei--';t il piano ;'! I t lOJ l'''i
e for j ou while > ou di ink
an' r >lnx In yo ir rho! e o!
;ht caf -. '<'ai' lo'u
ul -. clubs and bars. There ar;'
oe and horse ra *s I neither
ii ,hi are a '>ii sq leu nish <
'.I'e-ni Id disc thequ w ith one
i the >i< ttii -t "discos" rt
'and or sea, entet tain ts i rom
the i-anU when the ship Is !n
iHi-t and informal get-togethers
nrd parties ^- ith the crew sta
i .!'' rra's oral bands will
ir ike danc'ns a treat it almost
aiiv hour. Don't forgel th CX-
eiting asino wb'ie fames of
chance arc played while Can-
ber a is between ports. There
v i'| !i sue ia' entertainment
nights too, with fanc> iross an I
untistia1 en'.'ri.iiii >i nt that will
even featur j iu if you're in
the i in i These ni rhts might
include London P ih Ni rlil
i voit'll cat fish 'n ch'ns oh'
iv'i- h <\ v 'e and he ent i tained
bv s- olijn -i- i -1 Thi Ro i
in '20s Mi rhl Ih C"an-
b i a'i ^':,., i do'.ni the
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Night features n cabaret with a
"Pitching quoits was a favorite pastime aboard P & O ships
101 years aqo. It is still being done aboard the Canberra
today. When the Canberra sails on her maiden voyage
from Port Everglades on March 26th, quoits will be just
one of the 50 activities one can enjoy on a Caribbean cruise
that will find lucky passengers visiting such exotic ports as
Curacao, Barbados, Nassau, Martinique, and St. Thomas."
mil can-can lin and favorite re n for Cou to relax and
for i :i> tunes -aic: by the ship's wnl 'h the sea go by when you
nvd [icrformers. 11 all this
a I i\ tv .nal.es you 11
ren ling about it think
i i hn e ixiols an fanta -
tic amount ol I
room to relax that II ro in !
them Canberra has a' no t ev-
, x i. Ivitj ossl >le in ""I on a
ship She has lots and '>'-

ilv ii lg!t b. in ; active.
(.' ml e .; lil u ou< 1)1 Port
i -. a li on March 25 U h >r
n'\ one hom Fl ii Ida this year
Rut her schedule from New
York ai throi h more than s score of
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+.kn ist FkrHiar
Friday, February !6. 1973
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead, decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
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