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

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

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Greater Miami Welcomes Golda
llJewilslti Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH WtfTT and THE WISH WEEKLY
Volume 4C Number 9
Miami Florida Friday, March 2, 1973
Three Sections
Price 25 cer.'s
Prime Minister To Address
Inaugural Bonds Dinner Here

*
Miami i!l bo the scene this weekend oi a
rousing to Go'da Meir, the first Prime
Minister of Israel to visit Florida, while holding
j B\
MRS. GOLDA MEIR
tl i ii In the 25-: historj ol tl *ish
I'oday. following her hi.h level talks with
Pr. nl Nixon at the Wl ite louse, Prin
M 111 be flown here In the pn si-
dcntial plani I tal< part In th laun hin ol
lvT.! campaign tor Israel Bonds,
Occasion win i>c an Inaugural Dinner climax-
In the annual Israel Bond conference, which
will honoi S Rothbe principal founder and
general chal nan of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion,
More than 1,500 it wish leaden from all
parts of the Dotted States and Canada, with a
substantial representation fr.>m the South Flor-
ida nr-a, will join in th- historic event dedicated
to Israel's 35th anniversary. The dinner honoring
Mr. Rothberg f-r more than a quarter century of
leadership in behalf of every major cause in
Israel's behalf will Inaugurate an intensive cam-
paign to raise S360 million this year to maintain
and expand Israel's program of economic develop-
ment.
Ira Gui'tlen, president of Israel Bonds, said
this vi-it by Golda Meir will give "our leaders
from every section of the North American con-
tinent an unusual opportunity to pay tribute to
the Prime Minister and to reaffirm our confidence
and wholehearted support for the people of 1st k
in this time of continued stress."
i .- ussing major 1973 needs, Mr. Guilden
emphasized that the continued exodus of Jews
from Russia presents American Jewry with "a
historic challenge." He said that the expected
: : of a substantially larger number of R< 3-
sian Jews this year than the 32.000 who entered
Israel in 1972 underlines the importance of the
Israel Kind program in creating jobs for !'
newcomers as the "foundation tor their success-
absorption as free and self-suppo Iti-
- oi Israel."
in addition to Mr. Gulkien, other leaders in
tiv Israel Bond Organization who have partici-
pated In planning ibis year'- conference are
laeob 1>I. Arvey, honorary chairman ol the Is-
rael Bond campaign In I hicngo; Louis II. Boyar,
ol I. i Vngeles, chairman of the boar.', of gov-
ernors; Julian B. Venezky, national chairman
for regions: Hear) Blatt, national chain tan
Canada: Leo Bernstein, executive vi' < ]> si I nl
ol t'1 Israel Bonds Organization an1 Mrs, iii
?,., rc. natl >na1 chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion.
Tr iv .' i the Pi Ime Ministei to M
:.', ah '
Dinitz, aired i rnl of the Prime M-i -'
. who will succeed Mr, Rabin In Washing-
n later thi i month.
v nission to the Inaugural Dinner. In
lion to pavmenl for the dinner, is based on the
base of S2.500 or more in Israel Bon !s for
1973.
Mr. Bernstein said thai the response o the
Conference this year has already assured for it
the greatest waeoSfl In the 28-year history of
the Israel Bond Organisation,
Judith Raskin, leading soprano of th" Metro-
politan Opera Company, will present a spi
musical program dtdicatcd to Mrs. Meir and
Mr. Rothberg.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of Temple Beth
Sholom and national chairman of the Israel
Bond Rabbinic Cab.net. and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
rabbi of Temple F.manu-Fl and cochairman of
the Rabbinic Cabinet, will participate in the
program.
Miamians Join UJA Tribute
To Mrs. Meir In NY Monday
But Denies Any Guilt
Israel Will Pay
Victims9 Families
JERUSALEM IWNS) Is-
rael's Cabinet has derided to pay
unspecified cash sums "in de-
ference to humanitarian con-
siderations" to the families of
the 106 Libyan airplane vic-
tims who died last week v
the plane entered Israeli air-
space and was shot down by
Israeli fighters.
Cabinet communique pointed-
ly avoided the word "compensa-
tion" which, it was explain I,
would imply restitution for a
wrong Israel does nol adir.it hav-
ing done. The decision came de-
spite Minister Moshe Da> u 's
- itements that he personally
felt there was no ason for Is-
rael to make any such paym nts.
The Cabinet decided not to
open a Co: n o! inquiry,
declaring Its* 1
itl n
this we ;-- :.' The Cab
Herat I ;
in death.
It said th Mr F -
a' ted In npliance v itl.....er-
national law hen 11 force
to land an i noti l that
Israel bad Inf irme I all i
i ts I ont- ii dei lyments
-
t i (ivilian aviation.
Question of an Internal
h [uiry i- nol raise i. Cal
source; s dd, since i o c untry
had formally approached Israel
requesting one be set up. The
Cabinet resolved to provide all
the available Information on the
p'ane incident to the relevant
government* and International
organizations.
Meanwhile in Amsterdam, the
aviation affair--, editor of the lib-
eral daily "Handelsblad." called
the pilot "extremely clumsy" in
bis handling of the Libyan plan \
A sandstorm may well h I
hindered a normal Ian
since a sandstorm has
fluencc over a heigh) if three
kilometers, it could hard j
affected the plane's navigation
instrument-, the editoi said
Long Term
Effect Nil,
Eban Savs
JERUSALEM JTA
Minister A
the lowninR
er by Israi Ii jel the
would have
feel on Israel's rela-
tions.
It will nol in
i Meir during her visit to
Washin it n b ause the
i in different! ites I .'-
tw< en this one-time tragic
ami the ',\i.ier politi
sues thai Mrs. Meir wants to
discuss, Mr. Eban told H<
University stu l< nts at
Scopus.
He termed the incident a
"tragedy of errors" that stemmed
from a purely military reaction,
not a political decision, and
urged Israel to be eompletoly
frank about the whole affair.
Continued on Page 12-A
State Agency Releases
ADL Report Against Jews
Top officials of the Greater
Miam '.wish Federation's 197.!
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund (CJA-IEFI
Campaign will tie among more
titan 3,000 Jewish leaders from
200 American communities pn s-
ent at the national United Jew-
ish Appeal dinner in New York
Monday night honoring Isra >1
Prime Miiu-h r Golda Ml lr.
Mrs. Meir will Ik- presented
with a hook specially created
for the occasion, containing per-
sonal messages from each of the
campaign chairmen present. The
mcssn'.'C inscribed by the Miami
leaden will read:
The Jewish community of
Greater Miami expresses Its
deepest affection and rospeot to
our partners, our brothers .
the people of Israel. For keep-
ing the doors open, for reclaim-
ing the land, for the first 35
years of a pledge and a promise
that will not be broken."
'This is an unprecedented re-
sponse, Indicating the profound
et and affection which the
American community holds for
the Prime Minister." Paul Zuck-
i rman, .general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, said.
In addition to serving as a
tribute to Mrs. Meir, the occa-
sion, scheduled on the eve of a
celebration by the international
Jewish community of Israel's
25th anniversary, will commem-
orate 25 years of effort on the
part of the people of Israel and
the American Jewish commu-
nity.
"Ttic*e 25 years," Mr. Zucker-
man noted, "have been rich In
the achievements of our under -
tnking. We look forward to the
next 25 years with a unity and
a commitment which have never
been stronger."
Mrs. Meir last visited the
United States in December. 1971,
to speak at UJA's national con-
ference.
Discrimination against Jews
in Florida "is a reality, in no
way mitigated by the fact that
it is virtually an invisible phe-
nomenon." the Florida office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith says in a repot
released this week by the Hu-
man Relations Commission.
Rejwrt was prepared bj the
ADL at the request of the Hu-
man Relations Commission
which plans to submit it to the
1973 Florida Legislature for
Study as part of an overall re-
view of the impact of discrimi-
nation in the state.
Based on the ADL's fib-* from
the period 1970 through 1972.
the report detai's t and examples of housing and
employment discrimination
against .lews.
The report was written by
Arthur Teitelbaum, ADL's re-
gional director, who said, "we
have received several hun Ired
complaints during the two-year
period, and many of our investi-
gations have resulted in the
filing of formal charges of dis-
crimination with federal agen-
cies"
He not.nl that federal ime.-i-
gators from the Atlanta office
of Housing and Urban Devel-
opment have been in South
Florida twice in recent moi
on ADL-related ii stigat
Regar lin h u iing
nation, the report nol I that an
increasing number of Fli
condominiums have establi
"selection committees" for the
purpose of sere nln : pot i il
residents.
Investigations by the ADL
show that many of these com-
mittees bar Jews from resi-
dence, and it is not unusual to
find that their resident appli-
at ion forms openly require
idents to state their religion.
Jack Kassewitz, chairman of
ADL's regional board, told the
Jewish Floridian that condomin-
ums which engage in such un-
lawful practices "can count on
Continued On Page 9-A


Fage 2-A
fvJewifft fhradliain
Friday, March 2, 1973
LOUIS nOLhsO\ II 1SAMED CHAIRMAN
Hebrew University Honors
Humphrey al Dinner Mar. 21
The American Friends of the
v- bii v. i nivoisil j ill hi Id a \a-
' rial Ti ibute to Sen. Hul r>r1 H.
March 21 al the Krim
Rc it was announced Wednesdaj
b; ,: i in B Vene/.kx o( Peoria,
no the hoard of the
i jean !'. mis
ilr \Viuvk\. national chairman
regions for the Israel Bonds
1 Rani ali in, in Miami Reach
J'pi the Inaugural Conference wel-
tsi at I Prime Minister
( Mcir.
i!< ;iNc> announced the appoint-
i i the Hon. Louis Wolfson II,
le president "i Wometco
i i" s, Inc., as general chair-
the March 21 dinner. Mr.
Aoltson served foi 10 years in the
i Hi his >l Ri |ii esentat ives.
Sen, Humphrey, former Vice
M ol ih. i 'niteel States and
eratii P esidential nominee
138 ill I e honoi ed I ir ,-a
e ol sei \ ice and leadership
in i ehalf "i ih. State "i Israi I, the
I'nivei i;. ol Ji is.
. i the Jov\ ish [ The s.-natoi from Minnesota will
i i in accviil thi national
il at .i SJ30-a-person dinnei
Wolfson said. Top-ranking
i< i ol i he Governmi nt of
I iaeJ and the American Jewish
will take part i:i the
li p Sen. i I mphre.\. i\ ho has
ipi] i >ned the cause "I Israel
" > !- 25 years of state-
hood
The American Friends Torch >!
I.>.i!'iln: awards will go to several
national li oders ol the Hebrew
I niversitv, Mr. Venezk> said.
Mr. Wolfson said all proceeds ol
the tlinner will go tow aids a
M-holmship fund for culturally dis-
antased students at the
llebicu University ol Jerusalem,
li ael's first and largest univer-
sity.
\ fourth generation FlorMian,
Mr. Wolfs in is late of the
'. m\ -i; of Miami \\ bo began his
iiusiness career with WTVM in
1950 He was elected vice pres-
: ienl "i Wometco in 1939, and in
1964 was made a senior vice pres-
ident and director <>i the publir.ly-
' Id firm which headquarters in
Miami.
He is a director "f Mount Sinai
Hospital and of Financial Federal
Savings and Loan Association, n
trustee of Stetson University Col-
I. ie ol Law and pasl chairman of
Ihe Florida Legislative Council,
the House General Legislation
'ommittce, Ihe Joint House-Sen-
te Auditing Committee and of
the Miami Beach Civic Affairs
Commit u e.
An acti\ e member ol the Israel
H'sladrul Friendship Club. Mr.
Wolfson is a membei ol Temple
Israel ol Greater Miami, the Jew-
,li i lome i"i the Aj i ri Mens Club.
Ihe Stamlard Club nnd numerous
hi i organi; al ions
He received the 1970 V
Sinai Award for di dieation ser\ -
ice ami financial support In b<>hall
i the Miami Beach hospital, and
',-..- Leon honored by the Vdvertis-
:i|j Club ol Greater Miami and
oihi'i groups
In 1966, he received the National
Award ol Merit for his work on
ehall of Medicare from Vice Pres-
iiient Hubert H. Humphrey,
Dr. Samuel Jaffe To Be
Awarded Honorary Degree
l>'\ Alfred Gottschalk, president.
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
-t.t.n ol Religion, has announced
that at Ihe ordination exercises
June '. In New York City, Pr
Samuel '/.. Jaffe, spiritual leader,
Temple Beth El, will be awarde!
the honorary degree ol doctor o!
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Friday. March 2. 1973
V'Jewisti fkr id/faun

AT I. OF MIAMI SIMMY NIGHT
Hillel, Histadrut Schedule
Israel Ethnic Crisis Forum
and ()!.|H.rtT!nitie.s for Israel's two kenaasi and Sephardic Jews
principal cultural groups Asji nuched of! intensive govern
Page 3-A.
AJC Interfailh Dialogue Formed
Second annual forum co-spon-
wired bj the American Histadrirt
rmtnrar "Exchange irfirrtufe and
Hk' Hillel Jewish Student Center
be held Sunday, March l. ;it 8 p.m.
;i; the Center, 1100 Miller Drive]
oral Gables.
"The Dominant Minority: The
/ robiem of Ethnic Groups in
ael" will bo the lopic '>f ihc
seminar, which i-- fn p and open
la the general pi b!ii.
D Moi lei a S. Chertoff, na-
' onal i \i cutivi din ctor of ihc
istadri i Cultural insl I i<>. will
..... ati the progi am which i
ins nrriit i; h Gott
as toi "I Hill -1.
nr> rol im .. si itanl
ill I i In.- and Ai able
'' I i Coil i N ... i'ork.
Alex
iii, poll .. ii Brai eis
ni -:.-. v ill to tin i ii
;an
in bai i n
Dtf. CHlRlotr
Caesarea Country Club Schedules
Israel Bonds Banquet March 18
.in Igc and Mrs, Benjamin H.
Schor will receive the Stale of
Israel Atzmaut (Independence I
practicing lawyer sinrv 1927, h-
was a member ol the New York
Citj Council from 1946 to 195.1
and later served as judge of th<
municipal court, as ;i commissioner
of the Stat<> Liquor Authority, and
m judge "i the crin Inal court.
Judge Schor's endeavors include
- ice as a I'JA division chair-
man, president ol Tiphereth Hagro
Ta mud Torah ffor 10 years and
cochairman of the 1972 Caesarea
Country Club-Israel Dinner of
State.
Mrs, Schor was in the forefront
"I the Israel Bond campaign in j
New York, and is active in Met-
ropolitan Jewish Geriatrlo Center,
the Blanche ShuldJnlr League, Bluei
Feather, Auxiliary for Retarded j
Children, and the Jewish Home
tor the Aged.
has
. ..ment
ind private sector debates and eon-
rtructive programs In recent years.
Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler, di-
rector <>f the B'nai B'rith Hillel
; >undation which is a bem ficiary
i th,. Greatei Miami Jev. sh Fed-
'lion, will participate in the
scr.('i\ night forum.
F--.ni. v.. turned
IVom a year s. i bi tical in Israel
ring which In led inti n-
>' researe i on I thnic group's
i the Jew sh state,
He is the foi mer I 1959-621 di-
i. ctor of social research for the
'iwisl >.i.".< and
has taught I the I'nlvcrslty n
-i ta, Hebrew L'niverslty of
.; i iisah m, Tel a..-. L'ni
.ml Mam In stei I'niwn Ity. His
n....... lanl ioneers"
I- el A Study In Group
Relations,'
; ir, Tole no v I n w as I n
1 ii o, s.naks flui
i '' ench, :l -iii.....nd Vral i
'. earned h from Colum-
ia L'nlversit. in Middle asl
tros and l ap agi s and has
i veil on the facilities of the I 'n
n Pennsylvania, L'nive -
tj of Minnesota and Yeshivji
nivet sity.
Dr. Chcrtofl is a graduate "i
'('W and of the Jc\< isii I'heo-
logical Seminary of America where
'i.' earned the degrees of Rabbi '
ind Doctor of Hebrew Letters In
Bible.
He is the former foreign news
oditor of the Jerusalem Post
voiked with the Intelligence Sec-
tion of the Haganah during Israel's
1948-49 War of Independence, and
i: the editor of a 1971 book, The
\p\\ Left and the Jews," pub-
lished by Pitman,
He founded and launched the
Vmerican-Israel secondary school
program under the aegis of the
Jewish Agency, which provides tor
u year or two of high school edu-
ction in Israel for American
students.
The formation Of American
Jewish Committee's Interfaith re-
ligious dialogue, was announced
thtis week by Rabbi Many Tab-
achikoff, chairman of AJC's intcr-
reli io is affairs committee
Mrs. James c McDevitt, repre-
senting the Miami Afcridfoce of Catho! c Worm n, Rev. Geor
A. Hill; ,Tr of St. JohtiS on th
Lake Methodist Church, and Pah
hi Tabathhikoff, were members ol
the meeting. The same Commits
the meetttng. The sam > C
tee was involved in the
on ChristiaivJewish relations held
at the University of M ami
April of 1972.
The next meetttng ill be hi
on Wednesday. March 28 Perso is
interested in participating ;i .
asked to contact Jack I' ink
stein. American Jewish Cotmii.t.
tee.
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The dinner, under the auspices
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.ind Mrs. Schor for a lifetime of
service to their community and
the cause "I Israel.
Th s -hors came in Florida in
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Rabbis Address Students
Rabbi David Lehrfield of Kne-
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Friday, March 2, 1973
Crash Points Up Volatile Situation
The tragic plane crash over the Suez points up again
the volatile nature of the Middle East situation. Wherever
the blame lies in the communications mixup, the fact is
that these errors are bound to happen given the ingredients
that make for the continuing hostility between Israel and
the Arab nations.
Hopes for the success of an expected Nixon adminis-
tration initiative in the next few months must be dimmed
and, yet, it would seem to be the best time to move toward
peace. For no matter how much the Arab leaders bellow,
no one will believe that the shooting down of the Libyan
plane was a deliberately hostile act against an unarmed
commercial carrier. It proves, instead, how close to the
danger of war the Middle East nations live each day and
how necessary negotiations toward settlement must be in
the immediate future.
United Fund Continues
The success of United Fund in our community is due,
in part, to the effective leadership at its head. The elec-
tion of William L. Pallot as president, to succeed Robert
Macht, marks a continuance of a policy that has placed
strong men at the helm.
United Fund has represented a total effort in which
the Jewish segment of the community has played a major
contributory role. We are pleased that this kind of coopera-
tion has given Greater Miami a national reputation be-
cause of the growing strength of United Fund.
Abortion An Individual Decision
The Supreme Court decision on abortion has placed
the issue where, in the opinion of many, it has always be-
longed in the realm of religion and faith.
Recognition of this fact was given by one of the lead-
ers cf the Orthodox Rabbinical Council, representing the
only major Jewish opposition to liberal abortion laws. "We
must continue to teach the moral imperatives and religious
dictates which frown upon taking the life of fetuses" at the
early period approved by the landmark court decision, is a
statement with which all can agree no matter what side of
the question in the past.
-ICTlS DO SOMCTVUHG AROUnrftt *
WASHINGTON, D.C. Dr.
Henry A. Kissinger may we'l
come back from Peking with
something highly significant to
announce. In some ways this
White House being what it is
there is a sneaking preference
for exchanges with Peking on
the level of Richard M. Nixon-
Chou En-lai. either directly or
through the obvious intermedi-
ary.
Yet for several reasons, it is an
even bet that Chinese-American
relations will now enter a quite
new stage. Because of the prob-
lem of Taiwan, the new stage
is unlikely to be sanctified by
an exchange of ambassadors.
But an exchange of "trade" mis-
sions, or perhaps consulates gen-
eral in Peking and Washington,
would be something else again.
The names would be meaning-
less -anyway. If this is the way
of it, on-the-spot representation
will exist.
Maybe there will be an ac-
companying US. gesture, such
as some further reduction of
the American military presence
on Taiwan. For the Pekine lead-
era in thi'ir present frame of
mind, however. Taiwan is pri-
marily a symbol although
one must carefully note that
symbols are always of great
importance to Chinese.
IF CHINA is given half a
chance, in fact. Prime Minister
Chou Kn-!ai and his colleagues
have begun to be confident that
their now Chinn will fairly soon
become a consptsious succ< -;
Sneaking figuratively, they fur-
ther believe that if their new
China Is conspicously suci -
hall the Chinesi Nationalist
leaders on Formosa wi I di iwn
in the Taiwan Strait in their
eagerness to swim to the main-
land. And in this belief, thej are
not far ofl the mark.
Vet ii i- still needful to name
the condition, "if China is given
half a chance." This Is because
of those reasons above-men-
tioned for the opening of a new
stage in Chinese-American re-
lations. The truth is that on-
cern is obviously rising; i" Pe-
king about a future Soviet
ventive attack, designed to
achieve China's nuclear castra-
tion.
Probably concern is rising, at
least in part, because the Chi-
nese nuclear program is getting
nearer and nearer to the point
where the Kremlin can't put off
the key decision 1" destroy
the program or to live with its
more and more important re-
sults. Whatever the cause, the
Chinese concern is abundantly
evident, During the recent vis-
its to Peking of th British an I
Italian foreign secretaries. Sir
Alec Douglas-Home and Giusep-
pe Medici, Prime Minister Chou
En-lai's man theme was the So-
viet threat, first of all to China,
and then to the rest of the u-orld
SOME Europeans (though not
the shrewd British foreign sec-
retary! have even lx gun to talk
in a patronizing way about a
"Chinese w ith the So-
viets." That is grossly ui
in view of the ast nilil try
on China's north) -i
front le r. Nineteenth-cent
Americans woul 5 have been -
llarly "obsessed" if Great I
a n at her peak of power In the
19th century had extensivi Ij d -
i) i en ii m is forces on i
irontit r with Canada.
Vs for the other reasoi -
for a "ew stage in our ret;.;
with China, one is the change in
the Vietnamese situation, and
another is the change In the
Chinese view of that situation
To illustrate, the Chinese pas-
sionately favored the Paksstai -
in their Bangladesh war with
India because they regard both
the Indians and the gnti-Paki -
tan Bengals as potential Sovi t
allies As anyone can see, too.
North Vietnam is 10 times
tougher than either India or
Bangladesh.
Only suppose, then, that Ha-
noi finally sides with Moscow
in the Chinese-Soviet dispute.
If that ever happens. North
Vietnam wi! promptly become
a kind of Bangladrsh-with-
teeth, and in a much more \ul-
i able sector of China's rear,
as well. This is not a risk any
prudent Chin, se leader
wish to run.
HENCE TIIF. highly signifi-
cant transformation of Peking's
views 'about the U.S. role in
Asia Without saving much ab< i l
it the leadi rs in Peking pi
t vely aopear to favor a enn-
ed V S mi'itary presence In
Southeast Asia.'They even ap-
Cont:nued n P9 1C-A

!
COMMENT
Otv of the Ironies of the cur-
rent debate on the role of the
ration in Jewish education
is that those just awakening to
the problem, and particularly
those taking a dim view of a
Federation stake, are under the
impression that it was the cur-
rently financially pressed syn-
agogues which Iiegan it all.
They are about a decade be-
hind which is about par for the
course of communal planning.
Position papers and discussions
have been a part of the pro-
grams at ibe general assemblies
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds at least
that long. According to the re-
cently published "Highlights of
the Workshops" at the latest,
last November.
"TIk1 session on the commu-
nity stake in Jewish education
focused on what new frontiers
federations must explore in or-
der to do a more effective job
in this field. Federation's dis-
tinctive contribution has con-
sisted in bringing new resources
and new lead TShlp to help ad-
vance communal programs. This
could now be extended if federa-
tions accepted the challenge to
establish a new minimum goal
for Jewish education Jewish
communal memliership and par-
ticipation. This could come about
only if Federation accepted its
onsibility to devise a com-
prehensive master plan for Jew-
ish education, including all the
elements that go into providing
Jewish commitment."
AXD. IX ANOTHER part of
the building, the "Highlights"
summarizes: "The Forum on
Synagogue and Federation is-
sued a call for synagogues to
break through their concept of
el vi | irivate orga i
tions, and to extend their concern
services far beyond their
congregational walls, it is clear
that such a new approach will
require both federation and syn-
agogue to explore their common
commitments to Jewish commu-
nal goals."
Well said! Yet the few tenta-
tive and exploratory efforts that
have l>een initiated by some syn-
agogue and federation lead ts
at this point only to open lines
of communications have been
n>et with hostility and resist-
ance by what is probably a sub-
stantial majority of both fed-
ration and synagogue spokes-
men.
At one of the CJFWF work-
shops, a speaker provided the
basis For the conflict as the
that "Jewish education suffers
from a special problem, partly
real, partly imaginary the
spectre of ideology" and since
we dare not tamner with those
beliefs the Federation h id >> -t
remain out of the struggle. It
sound- reasonable, an I xactl>
what ix>th synagogue and fed-
eration opponi nts << savin
On the one ban I. We don't
want you messine with our I |< |
opv" and on the other, "We
can't give you comm inity funds
unless we control your Ideol-
ogy."
HEBE, in Greater Miami we
know letter Five years ago,
the Federation was confronted
with its first formal apoll a-
tion from a local day school In-
stead of running away from the
challenge as had hern done
in earlier informal talks the
decision was made to trv to find
a way. And a way was found
bv EDWARD (CHEN
that preserved the integrity
both the edu at ional Insl ituti n
[rounded in Orthodoxy
and the total communit) as
r. sented by Federation stan I-
ards for funding agencies and in-
stitutions "Guidelines on F<
eration Support for Day Sclv -
in the Greater Miami Area" is
an historic document whii h
proves it can be done. It
sound Immodest to state that I
had a major part in developing
these guidelines, but I cite this
only as an example of what can
be done even given my back-
ground as a Reform synagogui
professional with a bias against
parochial education.
Greater Miami Federation al-
so was able to establish livable
guidelines by financially partici-
pating in retirement, major med-
ical and disability income Insur-
rance programs for teachers in
synagogue schools. Sadly, from
both a humane view and that of
attracting better teachers to
Jewish education, few of the
synagogues have such programs.
But the g-)od will and intent of
Federation Ls there, and proof
ihat it can be done is that it is
being done.
I Will. QR \\T that the I me
is long overdue for the
gogui s as was earlier stab '
to break through their concept
of themselves as private organi-
zations. But to do so and better
fulfill their commitments to
Jewish communal goals, it is al-
so tin*, for the federations to
recognize that survival of our
people today requires a dosing
of the gap between the "sacred
and the secular." We haw
enough historical evidence on
o"r side to believe it can be
done.


Friday, March 2, 1973
+Jeisti HcrSdfia,r
Arab Plot To Crash Airliner
Into Tel Aviv Noted Jan. 8
1a4"dA,iTlinMUiln,,l',C,'aSil a "Tl PO^ftel crashing of a himoked air.
jacked airline, into fovvntown Tel lin. r into downtown Tel Aviv" v. a
escribed in a letter to contained in a letter from Reo
! Murphy to the White House Jan
S.
Kip. Murphy wrote that the re-
ports were 'Insert on intelligence
I have had made available to me
from official U.S. and interna-
tional government sources."
Rabbi Hertzberg, citing Rep.
Murphy's letter, commented: "It
has since been disclosed that the
same Intelligence sources reported
similar information before the Lod
massacre of the Israeli Olympic
athlete? in Munich last summer.''
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Richard Gerstein
AtBBSiiiisliiiio
B'na] B'rith Women's Sunshine
' haptei will hold its annual donor
luncheon on Tuesdav. March 20 at
the Carillon Hotel.
Richard Gerstein, State Attorney,
and Mrs. Adele Arno, BBW District
"> field representative, will be hon-
ored i; tests, Lucille Blackton and
Henry I.eclair will entertain with
a program of songs accompanied
I \ Kay Sestok.
Honor chairmen are Mrs. Sam-
Uel Polk and Mrs. Joseph .Morgan.
Donor records chairman is Mis.
Victor Siegel and Mrs. Yetta i
Bernstein is chapter president.
Mrs. Joseph Morgan, past pres- ,
i'ent and program vice president,
will be honored as Sunshine chap- \
tfr "Woman of the Year."
The residents of New Horizons Condominium, 1500 NE
191st St., recently elected a chairman to spearhead efforts
on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left) Ed Rosenfeld 1973
CJA-IEF New Horizons chairman, and Victor Siegel chair-
manaf the New Horizons 1972 CJA-IEF campaign.
RABBI HEffTZBfftG
President tNLxon by Rep. John
Murphy of Staten Island last
month might have strengthened
Israel's determination "not to al-
low unanticipated Arab airp'anes
to cruise freely over Israel air-
space," the American Jewish Con-
gress said this week.
Rabbi Arthur Hert/berg of Fn-
p.'-,vood. N'.I.. president of the
AJCongress. \oicc\l "personal and
profound sorrow'' over the death
o: !im; poisons a'.x>ard a Libyan
jet that crashed in the Sinai des-
ert.
"\\v call upon all governments
in the Middle East >t'; and
the Arab st.it' to C else r
traint and circ imsp lion and to
avoid contributing to the escaia-[
tlon of violence," Rabbi I! Ttzb <
said.
He a Wed, h we\ *, that it v as
"understandable" that Israel had
reacted to the presence ol Libyan
aircraft over "sensitive mi'itary
targets/' lecially in view of
the "inexplicable refusal of 'he
pilot to respond to I>me:i instruc-
tions to Ian l at on ."
The warning to President Nixon
about Intelligence reports of an
Avab -.Jot that involved the "pur-
David Wnski Club
An Oneg Shah!>os of the David
Pin-iki Culture Club is plant ed
for Friday. 8 p.in, at the 1 la
Fisher School Cafeteria.
Subject of a ta?k by L. tasavin
author and kcttirer, will bo the
Hebrew Yiddish r>oet. Chaim
Nachman Blalik: Hilda Zucker,
folk singer, aceompimied by Paul
Yanovsky on the mandolin, will
entertain with a _rroup of Yiddish
and Hebrew Soil 8.
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?age 6-A
fJenist fhrtdictr
Friday, March 2. 1973
$Million In Bonds Sold
At Maurice ^Gordon Fete
More than 5-1 million in Israel
I mds was purchased Wednesday
evening at a dinner honoring
Maul ice Gordon, civic and com-
.ii ii leader of Miami Beach and
Newton, Mass The event was at-
tended by more than '00 of hi
friend' and associates from Bos-
i. ii and New England who arc
winter residents of Greater Miami,
The dinner was held in eon-
i notion with the 1973 Intcrna-
I Inaugural Conference foi
' ael Bonds. Mr. Gordon wa>
lei creel the dinner in acknowl-
edge men) o! his outstanding ceo-
ic support oi the State ol
I i I. He has !>ocn artive in the
!- .! i Bond campaign since its In-
mi in 1951. and is the No. \
: ii Bond investor i:i the Bosl i
area.
iii. honorec was presented with
-miii! lettei Iron David Ben-
'. i i : in, former Prime Minister ol
Israel and founder ol the Israel
Bond drive, lauding him for h>
i t- in behalf of lsra< I and the
Bond campaign.
"The Bond campaign lias achiev-
ed unique success since 1951 wher
I came to the l"nited States to
float the first Israel Bond Issue
ixK-au.-e there were Jews like you
who believed in what we "ere do-
ing in Israel and in our capacity
to bui! t a ~- '"a ing and -tail econ
omy." Mr Ben-Gur!on said in his
Utter.
"Now th.it we a/.- on the thresh-
ho'd oi iur 25th anniversary, yout
generous support and faith in out
vork entitles you to a s;> cia'
measure of pndo and joy in out
existence and our progress "
Amor,; those who participated
in the evening's program wen Ab-
raham Goodman, prominent Jew-
ish leader on the national scene.
who served as dinner chairman;
Sam Rothh. rg, general chairman
of the Israel Bond Organization;
George Shapiro, general chairman
of the Greater Boston Committe.
for Lsracl Bonds, and Bernard
Garber New England chairman.
Morion Towers
Bonds Dinner
Slides Knssell
Joe> Russell, pcjjjular entertei'i r
will be -i-eeial truest at tile Mor-
ton Towers-Israel Pinner of State
March 10 at the Fontaineblcau
Hotel.
The banquet, which will honot
Morton Towers resident Mrs. Fan-
ny Houtz. Is sponsored by the
Greati r Miami Israel Bond Com-
mittee
Dinner chairman Emanisel Mentz
said the .'.inner will help celebrate
Israel's 25th annivc rsary.
Mr. Russell has starred in night
- and hotels throughout the
count iy. and has appeared in stage
..hows with such leading show
business personalities a- Victoi
Borge and Arthur Godfrey. The
iinner wi I feature dancing to the
l.ennv Daw son Society Orchestra.
ZOA Breakfast Will Honor
Mortimer May For Bonds
Mori mer May, nationally prom-
- ent Jewish communal leader,
be honored at an Israel Bond
m ;fast s.oonsored by the Zion
i-t Organization of America today
" Vj an., at the Fontainc-
i i Hotel.
The event i being held in con-
n iiction with .the 1973 Interna-
tional Inaugural Conference foi
Israel Bonds w >lcom;ng Mrs. Gol-
i Meh\
Congiman Bertram L. Portell
Brooklyn, N Y.. and Dr, Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem-
nlc Emanu-E
SOA vie.
-| eakers.
Meyer
of Miami Beach and
president, will Ik* guest
Pe-in, national ZOA Is-
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MORTIMER MAY
rael Bond chairman and president
of the Jewish National Fund of.
America, will make a presentation
. of a special Zionist Life Sen let
Award to Mr. May in recognition
of his many years of service to
Israel and world Jewry.
Among ZOA lepders who will
take part are Herman I.. WeLsman
' of New York, president of tho ZOA.
and Hyrnan S. Bernstein, of Wash-
ington, D.C. and Dr. Paul Httr-
I witz. of Chicago, cochairmen of the
I ZOA Israel Bond Committee.
Robert N. Kerhel
Breakfast Guest
At Beth El j
Robert N. Kernel, executive di-
rector, Jewish Welfare Federation
Hollywood, will speak on Sunday
nt Temple Beth El, during a break-
i-t it 9:30 a.m.. in the Tobin
\ni.|itoriiim of the temple. His top-
'c wi'] be "The End of the Jew-
sh Community in America."
The prograrr is in conjunction
with the temple's adult education
-erics. Hosts for the breakfast n il
be the temple Brotherhood. Pi\>-
Cceds from the breakfast will go
to the Youth Scholarship Fund.
After obtaining his social work
degree, Mr. Kerhel worked as a
caseworker with the Family Serv-
ice ot Philadelphia, and later, for
the Association for Jewish Children
there, [n 19R2 ho became lire 'I >i
of the Jewish Fami'y and Chil
dren's Service of New Orleans
where he remained until he a~
sumed his position in Rochetei ii
1967 as assistant dire'tor of the
I. w -h Community Council and
United Jewish Welfare Fund.
Mr. Kerbe] is a member of the
National Association of S i ia
Workers, the National Association
of Jewish Community Organized
Personnel and the National Con-
ference of Jewish Communal Sen
ice.
Hair Transplants Topic
Dr. Allen M. Katz will
before the German American C ub
Friday at s p.m at 270 Cataloni
Ave.. Coral Gables. His topic will
be the surgical transplantation o
hair.
Mr. May. of Miami
Nashville. Tenn. is a
dent of the ZOA.
Beach and
past presl-
\bur little girl
is getting married.
At last
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
Alter all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
season...be it wedding, reception, confitmation, banquet, meet-
ing or gala...no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular?
Deauville
Call Al Sicherer/Execufive Food Director/865 8511
Ocean at 67th Street On tnt now Miami Beach
Every great affair lias
an invisible 3rd party.
Here it's the
Caterer!
Really successful affairs ill-
ways leave guests asking,
"Who was that caterer?"
At the Sheraton-I-'our Am-
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We have an international
reputation for food prepar-
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unique talents in the area
of catering arc available to
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We've been catering to
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.For information call:
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Ask for Pete Messenger
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P*WC"lD*'DSIrfCfOf IlTt
Bess Myerson Talks
At Luncheon Sunday
Bess Myerson will be principal
speaker at a luncheon Sundaj at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, soon-
a popular television persona I iu
i- well-known for her humanitar-
ian efforts and her work for Israel
She was director of the Great.
New York Women's Division o!
Satae of Israel Bonds for five
years, and hn= served as a mem-
hit ol the U.S. mission to tlv
t'l it< 1 Nations and as a comm -
sioner of the Anti-Defamati i
League.
She has received many honors
nclu ling the Hcrlwt II. Lehmai
i'-rael Award from the Israe
Bond Organization last Octobei
Under Miss Myerson's lead
ship as Commissioner of Cot
sumer At fairs for New York Citv
advanced and inclusive onsum
protective legislation, Includin,
unit pricing, has become effectivi
Fteservatlons for the luncheu
are available at the Israel Boi
office, 420 Lincoln Rd.
BESS MYERiON
>\ Capital foi Israel and
State ol Isiael B >nds
i rit il for Israel, w hu-h .- ad-!
minister. 1 by the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, was set up by Israi
to sell -t.n K in Israel government-
owm corp< ations t>i pro\i 1
needed funds for industrial
opment.
Cur..'I le i~ tlio Bank ol
Agricultu'v, designed to furthei
the farming industry.
Miss Myerson, who has 1x^11
Commissioner or Consumei Af-
fairs for New York Citj foi the
pasl foMt years and wa formerly'
Di. Sh in I kiii i ik
^ iddish \ut1ior.
Guesl Speaker
Dr. Israel Steinbaum, Yld
author and educator, will be
tir>d speaker at the weekly
fee, culture and conversation
pram of Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday at 10:30 a.:n in the I
pic auditorium. James S. Km
is chairman of the program
Rabbi Harry Jolt will introdur
Di Steinbaum whose subject ml
Ik-. "Women in Jewish rBstor)
fe
ink
Dr. Leon Kronish
th. congregation.
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Friday, March 2, 1973
* /,-*;*/ fhrMKbn)
Paqe 7-A
':

The State of Israel Bond Organization
and the Jewish Communities of Fiorida
take pride in extending a warm welcome to
Her Excellency
GOLDA MEIR
Prime Minister of Israel
For the International Inaugural
of the 1973 Israel Bond Campaign
and for the tribute to
SAM ROTHBERG
General Chairman, Israel Bond Organization
Musical Program
JUDITH RASKIN
Leading Soprano of the Metropolitan Optra Company
INTERNATIONAL SPONSORING COMMITTEE
Honorary Chairmen
ALLAN BRONFMAN MAX FISHER EDWARD GINSBERG
BARON EDMOND DE ROTH5CHILO DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ Chairmen JACK D. WEILER
COLONEL JACOB M. ARVEY LOUIS BOYAR IRA GUILDEN
Co-Chairmen
LEO BERNSTEIN HENRY BLATT LEONARD GOLDHNE-
MRS. JAN PEERCE' JULIAN B. VENEZKY
ISRAEL BOND CONFERENCE HEADQUARTERS
Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach Je 4-8311
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Page 8-A
* Jew **f TkriidliJir,
Friday, March 2, 1973
American Sephardic Jews Unite
At Founding Convention in N. Y
Rj Special Report
NEW YORK Declaring that
would "dedicate themsi v
t the revttaliaatkm of the Seih-
ardic culture aivl heritage in the
Vnited States and in the world,
aiid that thej would aid the un-
derprivileged population <>f the
Slate of Israel through direct and
rial ass stance to her Sephar-
era! hundred dele-
gate! fron hout the I'nited
States athered here thi week to
establish the American Sephardic
Federation.
Terming the new Federation ,-a
major sti p in the unity of all
rdic Jews," Prof. Darnel
ir Director of the ("enter for
the Studv of Federalism at Temple
n ersity, said a major goal of
,' x Federation would be to assist
Sephardic charitable, cultural, re-
ligiot's and educational institutions
in the
n I the world.
A man r Koal of the new group
is to create a united body <>f
Sephardic congregations and
munities in the L'nJI he
stress*
Yeshiva U.
Will Honor
Mrs. Meir
Israel Prime MinisK r Golda
Meir will be awarded an honorary
it gree at a special convocation at
Voshiva University in New York,
March 8.
Presentation of the honorary
United States, Israel and Doctor of Humane Letters Degree
throughout the world.
The convention was held at
I ist : c Shearith Israel Synagogue.
< Idest established congregation in
America.
There are more than 100.000
Sephardim < Sephardic and Orien-
tal Jews) in the Vnited States.
Literally translated from the
Hebrew, S phardim means "Jews
from Spain." and Includes Jews
fn m mean and Arab
, nn s. Sej hardim are Jews who
t a Ihi : anci -in s to the merfie-
peninsula or who foi-
u the Se hardic liturgy and c >-
Prof. Ki.i/. in nl the Fedei atii n and
h a ominenl mem! i r of the
American Sephardic community,
thi purposes and program
( the new federation.
!! said it would "defend and
: ster til, religious and cultural
. tivities of Sephardic congrega-
I ns and communities." Prof.
Elazar said an additional purpose
i< to create a means of communi-
cation among Sephardic congrega-
tions and communities in the
United States, and with Sephardic
congregations and communities in
to Mrs. Meir also will initiate the
first in a series of events in cele-
bration of the 30th anniversary
of Dr. Samuel Belkin's presidency
of Yeshiva University.
Conferral of the degree upon the
75-year-old world leader marks
Mrs, Meir's second appearance at
niversity. She spoke before
'hi Yeshiva University Alumni
tii n w hi n she h as Fi i > Ign
Mini ter i f Israel in L9 !3.
Members of the National Rabbinic Cabinet
of the Israel Bond Organization met for two
days in Miami Beach to plan an intensive
Isrcel Bond campaign in synagogues and
temples throughout North America as part
of the 1973 effort to attain a worldwide goal
of S360 million. Shown telephoning congre-
gations around the continent are seated (from
left) Rabbi Jordan Pearlson, Toronto; Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, cf Temple Menorah,
Micmi Beach; Rabbi Manuel Scitzman Bos-
ton; Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Philadelphia;
Rabbi Philip Shroit, Los Angeles end Rabbi
Sidney Shoham, Montreal. Sianding (from
left) are Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach, who is National Rab-
binic Ccbinc! chairman, end Scan Rothberg,
generul chairman cf Israel Bcndi.
King Hussein Seen Ready For Peace
B.\ >; lal Ri'|iort
New York Gen, Chaim Herzo
chief of inteligence for
Defense Fi 11 e, believes
that King H ssein of Jordan "ill
be the first Arab leader to make
address the lodge at it* annual P^ace with Israel, and that I
<:>:' ership meeting Sunday at an will be unable to stop him.
II a m. breakfast at the Sephai .
Jew i Samuel Pascoe Speaker
At BB Latin Lodse
' seph L. Sharpe, i
Latin B nai B'rith I i Igi an-
nounces that Samui 1 Pascoe will
Discounting the preser.t ability
of Arab terrorists to overthrow
Mr. Pascoe is immediate past- 'he Hussein government, General
president. Florida State Associa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges and
currently a member of District
Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith 5. cov-
ering the area from Maryland to
Key West, Florida. His subject
will he. "What it Means to be a
Member of B'nai B'rith.
Herzos said last week thai even
if King Hussein were assassinated,
his death "would not change the
situation in Jordan to any great
... because the army has
a vested interest in things remain-
ng as they are,"
H further h I >;!
is in no i osition Ian
I ] i ib a v.* n\adi
if J
Gene-i I
i'i an inti .
\. no d Forstei use! ol
he .'.'it -Del il Lea
1 '"nai B'rith, as ; ai t ol ADL's
1973 "Date ine Israi I"' rad
Gen. Herzog said Kin : II issein
hi is) hav...... now that
he is an Isolated man in the Arab
woiId thai his 'iih. .
lies in cooperat on with Isa< I.
If a sepai ate peaci le be-
tween Jordan and Israel he said.
. :
h .! it e i
'. ::. '
livi I nd I .ii"
lin ral
i it be sub-
.tanti I part ol I ipie : Arab
i. ds in But dh iding Jer salem
again, he said, is a- non-
I 1 .a le foi I' : a i ,-.- I. if ion is
for Knglnnd oi Pa .- foi Ft
or W ashingl n fi i the United
les."
NATURE
a treasure of life
-i\amrc is man's teacher. She unfolds het
treasures to his search, unseals his eyes,
illumines his mind, and purifies his heart;
an influence breathes from all the sights
and sounds of her existence?
Alfrt4lBilUns!Slrctt,Am*tiuaftti(miBl}
The treasures of life are all around us...
future, love, laughter, children, friends, ideas.
Preserve, and protect tin treasure* of your life.
VKfflf issd NUUUI)WS ISWSmvr. Mn>. SINNYIMI S '.- sn,i. Mrs BW.rMter/K*oai.^8991.t.W. H>7d, A,Tr, uimi """'"""Wl*
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Friday, March 2, 1973
lwf.6 Ft' rSdtitor.
Page 9-A
State Agency Releases
ADL Report Against Jet
Contimwd from Page 1-A
the ADL bringing to b< ar the
force of fed) ral law a tains)
them."
He mentionei <>n<< recent c?.<"
in which a Jewish man was
foi'ced to spend more thai
week In a Fort Lauderdale mo-
tel after condominium oMI lals
refused to allow him to pur-
chase an apartment from a res-
ident in the building who was
willing to sell.
After ADL called in a fed-
eral investigator from Atlanta,
the condominium officials per-
mitted the sale, claiming a "mis-
understanding" had occurred.
Report of the Human Rela-
tions Commission also details
vs
disorim natoryem >yi lent prac-
' ;-. !..-! Jews and notes t i
' ol several !arg?
ni ; m the proe a,
thei ; i ation ol
hi'.' v a led ad' er:i nents
whi h indicate Jew are not
want l.
Pvthians Induct Esquires
The next regular meeting of the
George Gershwin Knights of Py-|
thias Lodge 196 will be held Mon-
day :it the Surfside Community
Center at 7:30 p.m. Ten 'Page-'
will be inducted into the rank of
"Esquire" under the direction of.
David Glass, master of work. A
Collation and social hour will fol-
low.
Some 1,200 people turned out for the 21st
National Conference of Christians and Jews
annual brotherhood dinner held at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Feb. 21. Flanking recipi-
ents cf Brotherhood Silver Medallion Awards
are Heft) Maurice Ferro, awards chairman.
and (right) Joseph Weintraub, dinner chair-
man. Holding their awards are (left to right)
Hank Meyer of Hank Meyer Associates,
Inc.; Joseph Robbie, managing partner of
the Miami Dolphins, and Edward Swenson
Jr. of Edward F. Swenson & Co.
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t'Jenisf Ffcricftaun
Friday, March 2, 1973
Nixon Asked To Establish
\ ietnani Amnesty Council
Norman D. Tilles of Providence,
R. I National Commander of 'ho
Jewish War Veterans of th" l:.s a.,
urged President N'ixon to create n
Reconciliation Commission to
v ith amnesty for those who re-
fused in serve in Vietnam. lie
sp.'k<- hi a Sunday breakfast at
the Playboj Plaza Hotel in Miami
I .i ach.
Con; nai Tilles asked for un-
derstanding of 'lie attitudes of
>oung people in this country In
<.,: to ("rite the American
I eople. JWV's National Com-
i ai c ml l i< fforts of Rep,
Charles Vanik of Ohio and Son.
: nrj i Sco ip Ja ks, n of Wa ih-
inpton i" link Ihc favored nation
1 eaty for Rus iia ith that na-
1 i !: 11 low Jew s to oilli-
to Israel without ransom.
Hi- spoke befon an audience ol
e 3CK1 persons, including na-
tional, regional, and state JWV
i leers. le w as introduced by
Ainslee R. Fertile ol Coral Gables,
Nat ional Jud n \ I cate, the sec-
ond highest officei in the JWV.
Mr. Tilles told the Jewish Flor-
idlan that "onlj a few Jewish
ti i .ins ol the war in Vietnam
are joining the JWV. But the same
s uation is reported b> t li> Amer-
Legion and all other \et-
ans' i ;ani/at ions."
('pi the other hand, the national
i ommandi i sai I, ''vi terans of the
K rean Wai e I iking an In-
i !-:':' mon active role in our
... sati,m. 'i'he., are anxious to
fits lo the veterans of
Vietnam, .vhich in manj instances
- bstantially less than those
it to World War 11 vet-
i rans."
Commander Tilles said he has
been in rinse touch with the
American Legion, which this week
leported it was opening up con-1
tacts with veterans ol the Soviet
Union. The JWV leader said ho
1 contacted Russian Jewish vet-
.i;.ns who are vitally interested
,r. activities ol the American or-
; n ation.
voting men who sought to avoid
military obligations, There
.- a crying problem of reaching a
,nowing generation of cynical and
disenchanted young people who
seem to lack faith in the s irvival
of a democratic America."
Tin statement grew out of the '
agonizing over the amnesty I
and other residual problems
leateii by the Vietnam war, Wi
could notellminate moral justice
nor compassion from the equation!
peace. Certainly, history has
'own that in the c mrsc ol time,
vi forgive our enemies. An equit-
. hie way must he found to forgive
our countrymen anil oui fiien Is."
i >nly dj namic li adei ship from
Lhe President ol die United States
ivho represents the collective judg-
n( nt of the okvtiirate can unite
the divergent forces in this eoun-'
to fo, ;.- at tent ion on thi si
crucial issues. Through the ap-
rent i a National ('onimis-
en lo; Reconciliation, reprvsi nta-
ive ol the broadest spectrum of
hi Amei lean community, the pro-
ss will be launched to hi al the
ii u iis oi the Vietnam War and
Ui reach out for nation.i
nil unity.
.'at'onal I so. iithe Committee
Meeting
Philadelphia. Pa.
Febr larv 3, 197:;
iKeuqious **3<
ervices
".".""jj ""!
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Continued From Page 4-A
Ri'RXRItl SAVIFI. .1. IOV
i, M73 Jewlah Telegraphic Aarencyl
What is the "Sheim" and wh}
is i* siioli an Important matter
in Jewish tradition?
'The "Shema" is the proclama-
tion or the Jewish faith, it i*
baskall> made up of the verse in
the Hook of Deuteronomj (6:4)
which -ays "Hoar O Israel Th.
Lord <>ur God The Lord is One."
plus other paragraphs fron
ture Oaken from the Book o
Deuteronomy and the Book ol
Numbers) which spell out the oh
ligntion of having faith in the Al
mighty, bi ing committe I :
Ili> commandments and havin
ind His i- hi-t mt .. acious a 't u
'alvation :haru -tei Izi d by the
exodus from Egypt. ThU -.riptur.i
content i- considered to be tli-
Iraa commitment of the Jewist
faith. If -*i sses o*r MW In tiv
Almighty both as the God ol om-
nipotence end the God o. con
cum. It i< for this reason thai i
i\as ordained by the Bible to re-
cit( the "Shen r > morning
and ening
Thus, the Jew stalls his da>
e;il finishes i: with h
ol faith which gives him courage
i o "" ith his acti\ Hies ir-
ing the day and confidence to fall
i- :i with secuiity at night.
Wh\ I* ii that when reciting
the last word of the first sen-
tence of the "Shema" the "D"
-onnd i emphasized at the end
of the hot syllable?
MIAMI Groner. 32
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA- NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
TION. 995 Syv 6JUt Ave. Orthodox. CEr^TEF^.. 1720, 7^hj fitreet C-.use.
Contor AreTrBerrTlidTi. t wfy, NTVrtTi Bay Village Conserva-
--------ak tiua D thin C > m aa 4> A I < -. r r s I, P -, i
live Raboi Emmet Allen Frank. Can.
tor Murray Yavneh. S2-A
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Jud.i sin. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Ta.iy. Cantor Sol AGUDAS ACH.N. ML.SACH SEFARO
Pakowita. 2
c
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N Kendall
Dr. S. Miami Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative, "a'obl Irving A We-n-
g.irt. Canto' William W. Lpson. 4
Kri.lai s ; t- ii* li ;'. |i in iui
Souili Diuli Audiinrhimi simlnl font-
h Sluilihnt Saturit is in m Tin
rnrah I..-S..I1 VhVAHKI-.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Cha'movlta.
NORTH miAX; BIACH
-----a-----
ADATH YESHUHuN (Temple) 102S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaos. 33
----*
BETH TORAH. 1051 N Miami Seach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob B Mendelson 34
:'i ui.i > n m Hiitihl Max A
Hehlti nil! repnrl <>n mi*iithl> i
>. mniltli mi. \
3ETH KODE5H. ,101 SW fth Ave. J,w'"h ''<>Tiw III Xev Vork
P^CairLecn'sega^""8'1. B'NA, PAPH AE L ,40, N W 183r, St.
ridnv s-.r. ,.m wrrnlST to,.| H.. Conservative. Mahh. Victor D
1KU1M Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner 3
' ^ 'V|''''''''1 SINAI (Tempi*), ot NORTH DADE
8ETH tov UampMl. 6438 SW 8th !,s801 NE '2nd Ave Rf'orm. Rabbi
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ralph P. Mngsiey. Cantor Irving
Robel Cantor Seymo';-- Hir.krs 8 Sliolke*. 37
Yldny Kl.'i |i m. iniixl |>i r' '" '' :" '" "' ""'' '"
'.in l'i ......rdliini.M .'.i '.|... "iiwtlJ Hhahbal ilii .- lurtl
ii II nl Uixi.iehi i\ .11.. .]. -. -11 i ., v. '" ".'"'!! MlUvah T rrj
- lit r It lilt rlehiinii ilu Voutl
-r.itl. v \,\ i in. g Sli.iltlial
l i.t Mi and Mr*. Am. a Kink. I
.*-tt ui.
'SRAEL (Temple) OK GREATER Mi
and M t > Paul '
II i I Mrs Ihirti Stn
------
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 181d' NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Riuui Jonah E.
Ciiplan. 3J
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi ------- ------
Joseph R. Narot 10 YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossows-y. 39
- 11 in Knlibl li;ii!. Tjibi
II .ii. "What I 1.1 .111 i-il
1 illilleM III IT impn AIhiU Vi UI
: inn niul Daushtrm "
According to Mr. Tilles, "there
i~ an obvious need to develop ef-
fective programs for the rehaWH-
lation and reintegration oi Viet-
nam veterans to peaceful domestic
liie. Thi re is a challenge to re-
establish link.< and to treat with
d just 1 e those thousands of
pear to think that the Japanese-
American security treaty is on
the whole advantageous. The
security treaty looks different
now. of course, because the at-
tempted Soviet flirtation with
Japan has been promptly noticed.
In sum, the reasons for the
I'uiti ) States entering a new
Stage with China are both evi-
dent and strong. The real qu< j-
tion u whether this particular
round of talks in Peking will
merely prepare the new stage
In our relations, or u i" end with
the now stage's public unvetlimr.
r^aboirtical *J Vr
eviston J-'roflrami
March (li. It), :3C a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rahlii Irving Weingard
March 4 fh. 4, 8:30 am. The First Estate
Repeated on Ch. 2 H:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther ('. Fierce
Tojiic. "Baptist-Catholic Dialogue"
11 1 -t-: Father John Vereb and Rex. Loy.le Whyte
M.ir.h 1 Ch 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi 'a'orton Malavsky
Topic: Jewi-h Masic Month
The last word of the first verse
of the "Shema" is the word
"K.had" which means "one and
signifies the basic belief of the
Jewish tradition which claims that
there is only one God. In Hebrew,
, the letter "dated" and "resh" are
very similar, there being inly a
Slight extension on lhe ton of th,
letter which makes the rlil
1 Thus, one could easily mistake th*
reading and thus say, "n t that
God is one" but that "God is dif
fi':vm." possibly Implying that
there is more than one Cud
Therefore, the "D" sound at the
i nd 01" the proclamation i heav-
i,\ stressed so that there is no
question as to the meaning and
. intent of the proclamation. Ap-
[parently. Jews were sometimes in
conflict with sects which believed
In a duality or multiplicity ot
Gods. Therefore, the Jewish tri
fition of strict monotheism was
constantly stressed.
Israeli Pianist
Kalichstein In
Concert Here
Guest conductor Alceo Gn I tiers
CUff/U GABtti
Tatas?var wrr t^lFiSTre "^
nd.r. Cimor Nthan Parnass. 11 ,,,
: H in IM Jafti till ilii
,'',,' ...-' "'.. am ll.rli.ii ZAMORA (Temple) 44Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwe A.
OR ot-OM (i.moi.. 875S sw 16th B'r'r C-'n,or p- H,,lel BrMmm.r.
St. C'nservative. tabbi Elliot 1 ,1,,, ,,.,,,, *'
W,no0r,J. Cantor N ehou.a B,n,v !>
__ '3 urdai ;
TIFERETH ISRAEL. bSOO N. Miami ,'. .
Ave. Conservative. Rata., Maurice
Klein. 14
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Errol Heltman. 16
'-'ll.l.iv p m l.oniK IllKhl
,"|l'i"\'v' "'J "' "" 'I'"". s. .ii.a ..-
HIALUH
TIFERETH JACOB iTempleV 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi N
than Zolondefc. 15
NOKfH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 22?5
NE 12tst St. Conservative. Rabbi:
Joseph Oorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35

MIAMI EfACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave i
Orthodox, Rabu, Sheldon M. Ever. |
---------
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordeeai Shapiro.
SURfSIDl
MOGAN DAV'S CO"- GPECATiON,
934R Hard.nq Ave. OrthodOM. Ra.:bl
Isaac O. Vine. (g
--------
fOKT lAUDERDAll
beth israel (.-ample). 7100 vv.
Oakland P^rk Ulvd Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU EL. 3243 w. Oakland Park
Blvd (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Canor .Kramt Klement
P0MPAN0 BIACH
MNWG9thESt.JEW'SH CENTER 10>
SHOLOM (Temple). 13? SE 11th Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Merrla A. Sop'
Cantor Vaacov Renaer. P
HAlLANDAlt
18 j HALLANDALc JEWISH CEN-BR
^Conservative) 41fi mc d.i. *
B^T.t? J>*COB Ml Washington Ave. abbi Marry E. Schviart c,i
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarynhu T Svnr. Jacob Danaiaer. acnv,ar"i Cantor
Iky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19 l'r,,l;|i ':l luil., Rabbi s hw irtl Hill
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1S45 Jef- i' "" MMOli. K,-, -n,.. K ,.r'k.,
rf'n-Ave- Conservative. Rabbi y ,' ,.'" "uv l'nntn and u ill
OavidR.ab. Car-tc.Sau.Bre.h. 20 j ^.L^-' ^l;;^' -Mt IV, ,!!
Blv- SHOLOM (Temple). 4,44 Ch.M SSJSlSuJZ" '"" '' "'' '
AwjuMbjM^ Rabbi Leon Kroni.h. "
Cantor David Conviaer. 21----------
ky.
BtToNV?EmW SHA'M CONGREGA
tion. 843 Meridian Ave. Z2
A" I Bf7.." c!H^LOM A aT^u i, Co"*r>"lve. Rabbi Morton
lv.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SYNOPSIS Of THE WUKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayakhail-Pekudai
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niK PEOPLE'S Rr'SPONXF- Mr,
Die ihe,it, i- .- "s "'an-r,""e'i totbepeo-
i' th, ,i. ,!, Gods commanda relating to the sanctuary mH
' content., but ri emphasized the holiness of th. s- hi
:",;";;*~* -, ,o be done. Th,. ,s,,,J ,,:;;2
" > and Kenerously. and men and women alike made eon-
aceordin, to their ability. Women with the SjuS.
he hnen material, and the princes Wve precious ton-
'"- :i -Si*, "d oil for the incense and
-"" men even donated their mirror, of burn-
obeusedforthe making of the laver and iiZ^
Moses made special mention of the fa 1 that God had singled
eiT, r:Tne?'";- '..... -" ,he WOek- Wth him was asSOci-
auKihonaho: the Tribe of Da, who wa, a skilled enJoWe
an.' weaver. The sifta poured in to such an extent that theworS
* t0 Mose, that they had more than they n^J*
the P. ,-,, ,.,,. ,,, ,.-,, hiinudng their offerings
on by section, the sanctuary and its contents began to
rmd pianist Joseph Kalichstein will cubam u.. *
'inP the worWc ,.r n..,u.. .. CUGBRA=NG^TroMN 0'C,HEBREW CN-
RiiiTu. .; 715 ^''nington Av-
Rabb, Meir Mii.h Melamed. M-,
t-ehrman. Cm."^^1 '""
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inc. of ,h,. most i^s,i,iouS"'o"fjJA^AGOCGu8WCBJiJ
'> pri.es, the Edgar M. Uven- c.^.?^,,.;"!' If h" sl
tritt award M
Cl12B4AN wAhRE.W CONGREGATION
R-bbi ^w" R^newalS- r,hd"- ^"Jl'.^l .\ --ohn.on St
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'in-* the works of Brahms an..
Shostakovich to local audlencaa
when thev aopear with the Miami
"hilharmonle on Monday, at
Miami Beach Auditorium, and on
Tueadav and Wednesday, at Gus-
man Philharmonic Hall. All three
concerts will begin at s.:io p.m.
r.arae'i-rorn Kalichstein, 24,
made his debut in New York in
"H37. Two years later hi received
r^rv'wue JRahbi 0v" 3hap.ro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
^iTs-L SI'. AHM' Con.ervatva.
Slhllla!:, 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.
Rbb, Salomon Benerroch.
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IhZ'^"r S\ntt- Hollywood. Pabbi
"Obert Frazln
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ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
f-antnr Abraham Koater. 43
sine,, th.n. he has beer engaged
U soloist with orchestras around
KSrE,hooTOK Ratb,Lrl4,5HEUe"d A
C.n..rAbr?h*.b*' *>r" ^ehrtield
'.. soloist with orchestras around I ----- "
lhe world. This season he will per. < Mc2S^S,v.Tt52W-M U s
r dies in the United Stales n addi- ''" '""*,* V!,.^u^^ m .
ion to tOUrina Rnaaa ........ ; Mr* M* nehar.' "" "' Mr ""l
CANOIillGHTING TIME
28 ADAR 6:02
ion to touring Europe and Isra
Galliera. who is alsd scheduled N TatuTmAM,WaiJrT.B,e)- J?,h s*- ">
"way. Conservative
oorxiiiet additional series ,)f
oneerts with the .Miami I'hilhar-
wabbi RarS EZ'^sx
ward Klein.
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nonfc later in March, has been a : '"0^^^^ Phtn.Bon;,a Dr p
onductor since 1941. Until 1972J c,BWr lo shik weberm.rK
ie was nvsic director and per- IMCi?,*"?*6 Jewish" center *a*
, nanem conductor of the Straa-I "rtbi_s.d. Nahmi.,.6^
'bourge Orchestre Municipal. CMNwRa!i?nT.,ONETZ chaim. taJ
Wa'""8on Av.. Rabb. Avrohom
Thi* page is prr.-j,,.! ,
rooha,ion lenJj ,|,f c.'^t,*
M,ami Rabbinkal AwocidMon.
CoonlinatoT of the feature,
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RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Shiriiual Le-Jiler of
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iFiiday. March 2, 1973
*Jeisitftork/bn
Page 11-A
Sees It
NEW YORK. \.Y. You Rr Henry Kissinger. Life In the
ast four years has been a dizzying succession of undreamt task-.
lurneys conferences, neotiat'on, L-ommuniques. You havi
\n i been elected hea '. ol state, never boon appointed foreign
mister, never led a cou; or revolution. Yet you -ii with the
nen who are in the seats of power, and it .- you thai tin- spot-
ht and headlines follow from world capital to world capital
v,! Henr> Kissinger. Your design for winding up the
Vietnamese war. and extr! atins America from it, te finallj
credibly being executi I The truce tcarm are In the field, try-
ins I tame the !hm- '< of last-minute fightine. '! he 12-p iwei >u-
yo'i envisaged four years ago, to gi\ c itimacj to the
ai e i- convening In Paris.
All the i<~t and brightest of youi formei colleagues and
current criti s mocked your chances of seelny ii through. The
were breakdowns in the talks.. There wa a series ol Perils-of-
I luline brinkmanship decisions on both sides, But the cease-fire
IK 111' ough.
You are Henry Kissinger. This is an hour of triumph for
you You have journeyed to tl' encmj capital at Hanoi, then to
I >kin, and Tokyo. You spent more long hour in almost nonstop
talk with the Chinese leaders, Including Mao Tse-tung, than any
recent foreign visitor. The Chinese have pepperol their party
; aper with your picture, and relaasi d the TV tape of you- meet-
i _; with Mao. You feel you must have done something right.
Yon are Henry Kissinger, You love power and are obsessed
with it. but you have few illusions about power. The curious path
mat brought you where you are now was com Hounded of h.i'l
work, Insight, stratagems, hi k You figure your business is
power -\;-,i you don't pretend to play cither the innocei c gam >
or tlv purity game. Yot even those who fear you havi come to
ixispevt you for being in command of your material an 1 for play-
i fair in your briefings.
You are Henry Kissinger. You might have b en a consider-
.- i'i- M*holar, but your drive was town' I tran latino vour in-
_h:.- into actual political policies. For a time you tried lo a- a government consultant, but the paw r was will-o'-the-wdsp,
and you wanted substan?e, not shadow You hitched your ivaion
to N'el-on Rockefeller's presidential -tar. hut it proved a falling
Star, SO you unhitched the wagon and hitched it again lo JV1
Nixon's constellation. The two have stayed hitched to each
other, d-siiiti the almost daily wishful predictions thai the)
v.ould fall apart.
You are Henry Kissinger. You are caught between the
v aid of thought and the world ol action. You cannot and dare not
< at >our ti"s wholly with the acad mic community, which is over,
whetmingly liberal. Yet your only hope for translating your
eas into policies is linked with President Nixon, who is still the
bogy of most academics. You wa'k a tightrope between them
[one that was stretched tautest on the Cambodian decision, the
niining decision, the Hanoi bombing decision. I" the end you feel
thai Mr Nixon and his enemies must Judge you by results.
YOl ARE HENRY RlssiMiK.it. The left regards you as
StrangeJove, the right as a dobaudied Elagabaius. You feel
' i ryly amused at both, happy to be immune enough to live an In-
v. |ndent life, which a politician can scarcely do. You are aware
that you have an ego thai need- bridling If it is not to run away
with yon, and you even make disarming Jokes aixr.it it. just as
you joke about the "swinging" life you are supposed to be leading.
Yet there has been little room for ego and little tine for
starlets recently. They are marginal. What is central is the task
j tu have entered with the President for which only lour years
remain, and for you. probably less.
You are Henry Kissinger. You know that building of a new
power structure with China and Russia may decide what)the
world will be like for decades. There will be problems with Con-
ess a- shown by the current response to the idea of American
id to H mo. There will be problems with the bureaucracy, whose
. aMive weight can crush even the most promising beginnings.
You distrust triumphs. You have learned how frail and unfiiushe 1
i opening -/ambits may be in a game of power.
You are Henry Kissinger. You know how fickle fortune can
p ove with a Grand Vizier, a kings favorite Despite the jester's
n isk VDU have experienced tragedy, and you guess that the
tragic Is built into lite. Behind the press headlines and the plaud-
its of the crowd, you susixct that anything can happen, and if it
does you will have a quip ready for it.
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary rel ief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
TeaU by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H*or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
Dr. Kiihrnstein Prof. Of Religion In Forum Series
Dr. Richard Rubenstein will he
nnclufling lecturer of the Beth
David Forum Bcries on Sunday ai
8:15 p.m. in Beth. David-V-Spector
Hall.
Dr. Rubenstein, Professor of Re- encounter groups on religion and
it-ion at Florida state University, human potential ai the Esalen
las lectured extensively through- Instlt ite in San Francisco.
>ii the United states. Canada and Dr. Rubenstein is the author of
Europe and i:; the first American foui books and has contributed
'ewish Theologian to lecture at an to many periodicals including
institute behind the Iron Curtain. Commentary. Commonweal, the
In addition, he has conducted two Psychoanalytic Review and others.
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Friday, March 2, 1973-
Long Term Effect Nil, Eban Says
( iinliniii I from '"illf I-A
and lay oix'ti all thr evidence
before the world. Eban invited
nil competent International an-
thoritiis to Btodj the evidence.
He said there was no truth to
reirta that his invitation to
visit France was cancelled !>-
ca i>e of tin' disaster.
Transport Minister Shimon
\\ n A-arned that an;.' Libyan
attempt t.> atta .< an I-i u
ini i in retaliation for the
run; of a I sbyan Boeing 727
would "constitute a most serious
provocation."
Mr. Peres said that Israel
was "t;ikii!_; all essential Steps
Arveys Host Chicago Dinner
Here For Israel Bond Drive
Col, and Mrs. Jacob M. Arvey
were to sjionsor a cocktail recep-
tion and dinner at the Fontalne-
bleail Hotel Thursday nighl wel-
coming more than 300 fellow Chi-
ca^oans to Grea'er Miami, result-
ing ;n the sale of an unprecedented
J4."> million in Israel Bonds.
The dinner party was to be
held in connection with the 1973
^International Inaugural Confer-
ence for Israel Bonds, and was to
install Richard J. Elrod. sheriff ot
Cook County, as 1973 genera!
chairman of the Greater Chicago
Committee for Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Samuel Bellows was to be
in> tailed as Women's Division
chairman for the Chicago Israel
Bond campaign.
Chorale Concert
Sponsored By
Chase Federal
The University-Civic Chorale of
the University of Miami School of
Musk "ill feature "Die F'-.lr-
maus" in a concert at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Saturday
' i Mine The Concert is open to
the public, admission is free, and.
- will bi opened at 6 p.m.
Dr. I.ce Kji >und and
director ol the University-Civic
1 n ale, will also pn sent soloi I -
in the first part ol the program.
The Chorale consists of 1'-''' mem-
bei fro n the U-M S hoo!
1 ifus i | iin< I rs in the
communit]
The program i- sponsored as a
r .munity service by Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn and
j -nted by the Miami lira h
urai Society. Allen Dworl
president of the Miami Beach Cul-
tural Society, will be chairman of
the evening, and the audience w II
lie welcomed by George W. Valen-
tine, vice president of Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn,
("ol. Arvey, the elder statesman:
of Chicago's Jewish community!
and honorary chairman of the
Chicago Israel Bond Committee, is
serving as a coehairman of the \
Inaugural Bond Conference now
being held in Miami Beach. -j
The Arveys have sponsored this
traditional event in behalf of Chi-
cagoans wintering in thus area for .
the past 17 years. It has been the
springboard for the inauguration j
of the Israel Bond drive in Chi-
cago, among the first cit.es in |
Israel Bond sa'es on a per capita '
basis of Jewish population.
Among those scheduled to take
part were Harry Zaidenberg, I
chairman of the hoard of gover-
nors of Chicago's Bond drive; Mar-
shall Korshak, chairman of its
executive committee, and Sam
Rothberg, general chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization
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necessary to defend the ai o I
of our national airline and to
uard international air links
with Israel."
In Tel Aviv, the Ameri an Air-
line Pilots Association indicated
that it would oppose any pro-
posals to apply sanctions against
Israel. The position of the group
was explained by Its president
to i'.'/i Bloch, the representa-
tive if Histadrut in the United
States.
According tO telephone eon-
vr>atioii with Hi quarters here, Mr. Bloch said
the association president told
him that he has instructed rep-
resentatives attending the meet-
ing of the International Federa-
tion of Airline Pilots Associa-
tions in London to oppose sanc-
tions against Israel if they are
placed on the agenda.
In London, a spokesman for
the British Airline Pilots Asso-
ciation told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that the organi-
zation has not called for a boy-
cott of Israel over the down-
ing of a Libyan airliner. The
spokesman said press reports
here and abroad to that effect
were totally misleading.
Circles close to the association
said, however, that a token 24-
hour boycott of Israel as a pro-
test over the Sinai tragedy could
not l)c ruled out.
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+Jeistn>oridliain
Page 13-A
'iaget's Theories Theme
Of Education Seminar
Faseell Sponsors Resolution Aiding Syria. Iraq Jews
theories of the Swiss pay-
bgist, Jean Piaget. was tin
le of the annual all-day Bern-
of the Koily Childhood Edu-
f>n ana Day School teachers ol
Iter Miami held Feb. 21 under
as ol the C ntral Agencj
Jew ish Education.
adilition s ssions were <\v
kl to the concepts of bod;,
and communication.
Gordon Finley, professor ol
|hology at Florida Inlerna-
University, and formerly
[iated with the University of
ornia at Berkeley, described
Influence of Piaget concepts of
hood development on educa-
theory today and explored
the teachers the implication*
ja.ly childhood teaching.
Maryl Hannatyne ca-
ptor of the Hannatyne I.eain
penter and instructor at Miami
.Junior College in psychology,
Bucted the afternoon session on
fly Image, Communication
biological, Physical Develop-
It What It is. What It Does
| How It l i|'i ales."
Ruth Pcniek cited teachers
have served in the early child-
education program for 10 or
rt cars. Herbert Zvl Berger,
utive director of CAJE, pre-
ni them with certificates of
i ciation of the community.
|elcn Weinstock, director of the
childhood development of tin
HA. was recognized for 20
of teaching. Naomi Brandeis,
tor of the early childhood pro-
ii at Temple Kmanu-Kl and
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City Position
tliami Heach kosher food in-
Ctor Frank Brickman is back
Ithe job.
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k on charges of extortion by
deraJ courl jury.
he jury found Mr. Brickman
:ent of charges filed agains'
H- alter an indictmt nt lei
deral grand lury. An e
I b: had result) d in a deadlocked
I >. hut the second panel of jur-
I i took only .10 minutes to clear
I n ol the accusation he extorted
I XI from a New York meat
I iler.
I Mr. Brickman reasserted his in-
I n .'l v after the trial, and was
I tftly returned to the i>ost from
I lieh he was suspendd last I >e-
I hber. He is the only municipal
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Hlf Mr kcctuW Hi (mk trn.
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founding president of the Council
f tin Early Childhood Education
>f Jewish Teachers of Greater
received recognition for
ompleting a quaYt,-, century of
ervice to early childhood.
Teachers honored for 10 to 15
'us service: Phyllis Chancv.
r< mule i;. th Moahe; Rhode Haber,
3eth Da\1d Congregation; Marilyn
fanni'V, Gertrude Weiss, and Ruth
llassman, Temple Emanu-EI;
\nita Chester, and Estelle Harris,
I'nal Raphael; Blanche Turgel,
Temple Beth Shalom (Hollywood).
Also Klayne Cohen. Beth David
"ongrei;ation; Ellen Heileg Tem-
i> Beth Sholom (Miami Beachi,
:iaine Herring Temple Sinai
Hollywood), Asaneth Elfenbein -
'leth Torah Congregation, Dorothy
'men Hlllel Community Day
School, Dorothy Hechtman Beth
David Congregation. Anita Koppe]
Temple Both Sholom (Miami
'.each i; and Harriet Levin. Temple
Vdath Yeshurun.
From 15 to 20 years service:
Rose Comm, Beth Torah Congre-
ation; .Shirley Goldberg, Temple
: Olom; Rebecca stern. Temple
VIenorah; Ada Urett, Temple
imanu-El; Trudy Zadan. Beth
>avid Congregation; Emily Grun-
woId,Temple Beth Sholom 'Miami
Beach); Ruth Spitzer, Temple
Beth Shalom (Hollywood); Ruth
P' nick, Temple Or Olom; Joan
Bergman, B'nai Raphael; and Mrs.
Weinstock and Mrs. Brandeis.
Rep. Dante Faseell has joined | General to authorize the admis-
ln sponsoring a resolution in the sion of any Syrian or Iraqi Jew
U.S. House uf RepresentativesI who wishes to enter this country
which expresses the outrage of in order to escape persecution,
the Congress over the prosecution The small Jewish population
by the Syrian and Iraqi govern-[of these countries is being denied
ments of their Jewish populations, basic human rights. Despite recent
Resolution calls on the Nixon |
administration to issue a public'
L'.s. poll y statement condemning
the Iraqi and Syrian governments'
treatment <>f Jews,
reports of the execution of nine
or 10 prominent members of the
Jewish community in Iraq, that
government has refused to issue
charges, announce trials, or even
confirm the deaths." Mr. Fasce !
said.
It also urges the I'.S. Attorney
Meetings Slated
For C.U-IEF
Two meetings have been sched-
uled for March 11 on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1973 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
'CJA-IKFI campaign.
Irving and Reva Wexler will
host the annual breakfast meeting
for residents of the Bricker] Town
House at 11 a.m. Mrs. Wexler.
president of the GMJF Women's
Division, and Mrs. Leonard Fried-
land. Women's Division vice presi-
dent for campaign, are spearhead-
ing the liiT.i CJA-IEF Women's
Division goal of $1.5 million.
Resid, nts of Forte Towers will
gather tor their annual luncheon
mretine on behalf of the 1973
CJA-IEF campaign in the Forte
Towers South ballroom.
Julius R. Grace;- and George N
Kotin pre 1973 CJA-IKF Forte
Towers chairmen. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual 1< ader o! Temple
Emanu-El and president of the
Synagogue Council of Anvricu.
will be cuest speaker.
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71
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAI
Seeds Of Social Convulsion In Housing Crisis
y^&SUlXOTON NKWSMKN ^....., ,.,.., *.,,,..
T. Lynn, recently named ruccessor to George
iRomnej as Sccretarj < :" Housing and Urban De-
ment tHUDI, l':.- .i -!-:>.> -.it nil an ln:*isive
sense. Hi humor. He i need both and much more.
Foi tlii deepening; hou&ng crisis in America
Hi,- -> eda ol socia convu sion,
We can turn to the soothln? world ol" fantasy
to find Snoopy in the Peanuts
sti ip. enjoyi hi; snug little
wcathi : i- it For far
mnl rj men, the
:: liar B remains
.t 'the foxes hai i
i he a!r I
b ii.. .hi hath noi
1 to !> his
At .in the <"
tis U.S. H \ 'a de-
li en I O] ; i.... .
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pro*
1 i .
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die an Ro
i- ;. > i -i in th iv e il heati r, I not ; i
1 "'i'. ol bad ; i- 'l .....
' iihe lera has determined upi n
Itnok Review Seymour B I iehinan
Several Good Books
^ book ENTITLED The Hasidlm, paintings and
drawings by Ira Moskowit? t Crown Publishers.
$10) ha-s a text bj Isaac Bashevb Singer. It i-
Singer's text which we regard a-
the greater contribution. His han-
ter, "Th S| .i it ol Jew j line--'
answers the question of why Ha-
< (iie Jews cling to their fur-edged
hats long gabardines, full beard*,
etc. Singer's discourse on the lan-
guage of garments is a literary
gem whir* is edifying liut also
suffus-d with his unique and com-
passionate understanding.
Wise Gay, soiom-m by Ephraim Kishon (Athen-
eum. S7.95I is another collection of w't and humor
b} Israels national humorist. He is incomparable
rhe translation by V >hanan Goldman d na -t-
nothing from the nuances of Kishon's tales. The
book must be read in instalments. Too much ol
y thing d. lectal ly -meet will ult.mately pa'] upon
one iialate. If one tak. a month to read the book,
a month's i njoymem i- bs
A JEW I- by II ii Hirschhorn iThe
Pher Publishing Ho 83.931 h brief novel
- a most to,) brief. It is a thought-provoking stud
h protagonist's search for his
'''" ne remain a Jew even
1 :' < Catholl ism? The author is a
Ami lean A- 0f Physi i
'' !' i an M di a] Writ -
-w" Btion* H ho! !- degre, in anthropology, Ger-
' '"' '-1 cheir stry. We b leve that hi
never heat i .. the "pint -v YH." Hirschborn only
asks questions and the reader must supply his own
an-w era.
Andir Chouraqui'c Letter to an Arab trice I
I'liie liniver-ity of Ma atihusetts Press) with an
intnxlieth.n by Shimon Peres i- excellent. The
author is pre ently deputy-mayor of Jerusalem and
is noted for hi- works on the Jews of the Maghreb
His hook excenti'y translated from French bv
Prof. Wttliam Gugll.
C'houiaqm has filled hi- tome with learned dis.
cusrtom on ivamic beliefs and customs, similarities
and relationshfps between Judaism and Islam ami
between Judaism and Christianity. Despite the ap-
parent persuas vencss and his logic, onn must con-
tinue to despair abnul the pro'.abilities for pca-o
Detwcen Jews and Arabs in the MiddV p;n-t In the
value system of most Moslems, emotions hold
sway over logic and self-deception blinds them to
reality. The Christian and Jew who reads the book
will -am new insights into the over-all problem.
The Arabs will not read the book in great
numbers any more than the Christians read Gad's
First Lav, by Friedrich Heer. We recall the com-
ment of tba judg, wh0 <8lid> ..1),)n.1 hothoi. me ^.^
the facts. I have already made up my mind."
We regard as objectionable the pege-lavout and
the interminable length of many paragraphs. Some
adroit pruning and editing would have facilitated
the reading ol the hook. Chouraqui rambled too
much.
th< almost complete elimination of direct federal
subsidies fo>- needed housing, Specifically, at least
a billion dollars counted on for such programs as
.1 Ii i Cities and Operation Break-through ii:- turning out housing comnon ni- iii
fa t -i ic seem about to be lost In the federal be't-
li htcning process.
Tli Romnej announcement drew cries of an-
guish. From whose throats? Well, for nee, key
i '! !- and topflight fin ini ii i >in<. Itl
hrael Newsletter
By Carl Alperi
God's (Children
Live On Faith
|Lt|l t I! MA'S BEEN n Y i-
.. h i Ii i 11>
Go with a lilar in h;i I
Shlo no i 'ai' I ich, tl Ian
. '. I as
entoi .-.ii Hi
i m\ i I s."
Lcain ng i severa u the.*
i '-i I iic,
n Midal, a viU-ige In the Gali ee,
'list noith .1 Til* i: I drove out
the:-.' to Inti ivir-w ihem and to
-i .')< to nnderstan I their vvaj
life. 1 epent several hou m th lr company, but am
not sine that I understand thi m
<'n thing is certain Thej are com] I u ly en-
> opc-.l bi their new way of life. The. have broken
ith very-thing in the past thej had known. Jewish
bour-jrois backarround, youth rebellion, secular and
naterial tndards. They arc living in a mystical
1,1 al atmasphei whi h ; .d.-t- th ni
completely from what we out-i lers call "ii any."
Ze'ev and Chaya Shoe\- came from the urn er-
-itv campus ai Berkley. Thej were married by
Rabbi Carlebach and have been In Israel four years,
After a period in Jerusalem, they came to Migdal.
and hire inexpensively rent a small home with sur-
rounding farm land. There are citrus an I avocado
tree-, left by a former settler.. The young couple
know nothing nbo.it agriculture, but feel no need
even for I raining.
"We live on Air. ma on faith" said Chaya with
a confident smile. In the meantime they live, and
rake their twin boys N'achal Ruach and Shevach
Bar Mekor, ings and the meager Income they occasional!} earn
on the outside.
"Wo are not hippies" they insist. "We are
against dugs, or free <*ex. Our life i. based on the
ily unit. Our goal? To grow as .lews. Hashem
will lead us through the mazes and crooked path.-.
rhe Migdal families, fondly called hippies by
their Scphardi ne-ghbors, live as separate families,
and not as a colony, either collective or cooperative.
We railed on Gedalia and Zahava Drain. They
at I I r, in I have lour children. They came from
!i"' lungle ol Berkeley. G dalla for a time taught
sophj 11 Santa Rosa College.
We are not missionaries'' they all insist. "Why
-hieid we -eek to Changs others, when we have
i responsibility to ourselves first? The finger points
inward, to us.
"We seek to find a better life here, as Jews.
Then- i- much that we must remember about the
Jewish past'
They frequently Illustrate their comments with
brief quotations oi Talmudlc stories, which they
have learned from Rabbi Carlebach, or from the
Haasidic literature they read.
The nun have long, natural beards. The women
ss like orthodox Jewesses, head- covered. Super-
ficially they look like hippies, and some of them
have already been through that "crooked path."
They strictly observe the Sabbath and the festivals,
but add a fuither c.mcnsion of joy and inspiration.
On the faces of each we found serenity, contentment,
and peace of mind based on imp'icit faith in Hashem
Where next week's food will come from Ls not al-
ways clear, but is not our l.istoiy full of tales of
those whom God helped, because they believed' It
should lie add.nl that most of these young people
have various skills and talent, which produce in-
come for them as necessary. A hi; mural painted
on the wall of thfl cafe at tile main road was
pointed mil to us as the handiwork or one of the
Mi-d il hippies.
The other two families in Migdal were away the
lay we visited. But they too. the Verounitc neigh-
bar told us. are good people.
ant. al o\ rtj row in a colkjge t y at regainii .
that ladlj i lillton. Labor leu lefs, re Igio
! i hi i.-. v i-is closed rank v it bai
and "'.:-t: iction titans in a gigantic effort
krr-p iii ii Mi-in >. ii "-.in: hi all hy
Revi win tin e developments, many who res I
this gloom} report will turn quickly to less painl
nnd mon exci ing news. Yes, thej feel ihe pin li
i I.-. i -i te taxe* and r -m hik ml thi j
i in; t'.uhten their II oin An '. il n :
n a i I ho isin Lh I lei
iln '.'. -lei .i what's that to the ? Ki -
executiv. : tei o I
l""t- Dim-.\stc a. -.
th i. -' : : ii he lid: '"- ';i
in thi* i mnti y, I
'i' i} not l e the b -i mean to In
II
I '
I'm-. who |
''' ii'iiei | i
:-.;..
to en-el

: i in
i units.
: h !> te! that
' "i : ourselves what v
*',v tuining the handle on din I
n) -..'.-i lies.
H will this -ii with |........amilies ,: bo- -
'<"' Viol ,.: l." How ,,,., ,., (, ,
' i n ,-. ,;. i, rniined to abide I
' ",;r : laq inii r of .-. c nttirj nw> but n
rvc and i ur resolvi Wo hav<
""" '' oi -"'' thing lik ,-, trillion
'' nis '''" '' "rmark 3 -i nl of that
'' '" h we A-ould still haw 870
;- ''" Pt'iehase of j ichts, autos, ex- a \i-
' od But help for hou.-ing on the part
": '''' '' '! 5o\ rnment seems certain to
I "he new long |,-, f ,,.,,. (;ivi.n Ih .
degree su-pieion, racism, and hostility .urea >
''' ......' '' Ameri a how can we exn -ct eheers for
those who :, default on an essential national I, ,
ing ,ed '
Overseas Newsletter By Robert Slater
West Bank Policy
^FTEB A MBWCOMM to the Middle EMU.. 1
succ'-- j"' 7,f'-,"n"" "ff'-^ recite th. drama,
SixDnvW r "< "" "" thl' W Bank -in,,
SfcDjy.War he turned to a -friend and remarked that he
bettei the life ol the A.ab farmers in the Jordan va lej
The Israelis know that question- of this sort a,
^ asked constantly, but they persist in their qi,ie
-;.". heir skills and, echnlques onto the A^ll^Z
aoene, Whi e the statistical tale they tell fot vis
journal,-,. i> one,, dry. the-,,is,icsonlvh,n, a' ,
purposes f Israeli generosity. '
Avraham Brum. the director-general of th i
Arab population and its ri, \ h ,,s kirw
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SS&5SSS33S
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Rabbinical Assn. Names
CJA-IEF Sabbath
I'h" Rabbinical Angacigiion ol Greati r Miami lias Issued a
ition d signating Mareti l1 and P. h4 "Combined Jewish
I .11 -->.-! Kmoi", r, > Fun I Sal .'Hi."
I The p oclamal ion v as i
I, I by Rabbi Li on Kroni h.
i!' it the Rabbiu.cal
n.
The "Sabbath" i launch
h. month 1 Mn :h as Com
j:. ,! Jew Ish Ar;;o;i!-Israel
en > Fund month
ieh inaugurates the 1973
Bnpnign.
The ; oc 1 n mat ion
nd- "The Combined
pi v. i-h A-'-cil-I-rH'l
mi i .'''n-y Fund Cam-
,i n, which i- snon-
,; i by i'ii' Greater
Via.hi i".\:sh Federa-
! on. i- the >' I''-' and
ng arm
o' ill. Jewish commu-
;> ":n. ties in n>
htimnnitai ian nei "!'
i i ifl bencficiarv a! nciiv In -i!. national an I over-ens,
-.\ .1 a- providing vital o:ial we'fnre servii'es i" ihe
|"0.0 'I i > ants who v\i!l be coming to Isiael in 197:4.
'"|ii Rabbin oaI Association of Gi ater Miami, there-
im'N iiimn ,-''1 -\ na'.'.o' mi a'.'l temples to support this
:>!; : ind-raininq pr< gram i" a v rdance with the 'I
IJiwUli Ira lition 'i'/rdikah' which makes charity noi an
I., lion 'in a religious requirement.
"Th. -ytT',';i>:'ji'. which has a'v.ays been the fountain-
! ad il moral prea hment, m i-t assume this gveal hu-
nanitaiian and moral responsibility,
A community machine cannot function properly,
"in ii~ si"\i'i's U' adequately delivered unless each oi
its nv mb' part- performs in i "*o"dance '"it'i lt rull ea'w i-
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B'nai B'rilh Urges New 'Lifestyle'
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acted this week to give a now
ircction in its adult Jewish edu-i
c a lion programs, shifting tin: em-
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Asserting that "reading books
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Talnui He Interpretation which
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else."
abov<
. ver. iliini
"Leaininy does not necessarily
lead to action and Jewish values
.i.i not transmitted Intellectual^
bid through l:ving experiences
that, in their doing, teach of the
'notion and poetry in authentic
Jewish lifestyles," he declared.
This view was reinforced by I).
Icon A. lick, director of The
Council of Jewish Federations aQd
Welfare Funds' Institut ol .lev. -
bh Life, who said thai B'nai
D'rith "as one of th, very lew
fewish groups witM a genuini mass
m i e ukl Initiate mod!
: ,: jus o edui tion in w hich "ac-
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Floiidcx -- Friday, March 2. 1973
Section B
Gen. Gur Tells JNF Assembly
Libyan Incident May Recur
Maj. Gen. Morctechai Gur,
military attache at the- Israel
Embassy in Wasliimrton. told
some f>00 persons attending the
Jewish national fund foundation
assembly at the Fontainebteau
Hotel Sunday ni^lit that a repe-
tition of an incident similar to
the Libyan plan-' tragedy may
as loni? as the Middle
East conflict continues.
He outlined the series of "ter-
rors and unpredictables" that
led to thi Ii-..-t< r thai took the
lives of 106 passengers.
Gen. error In straying so fur off
course, Itie inert pi ieai>le failure
oi the Cairo air toner to guide
the pilot, the fllcht over a
heavily fortified area, the fact
that the plane was only six
minutes from Kilat. the fact that
the plane might he a Kamikaze
operation to drop explosive-*
over an Israeli city, the refusal
of the pilot to follow instrue-
tlons, and the inability of the
Israeli pilots to detect any signs
oi passengers aboard the air-
Unei since all the shade*, were
drawn, leading inevitably to the
catastrophe.
The Israeli military attache
no Habif (center) cutgoi:.-} pr< at of the Cuban He-
Leacktrship Couimiitce i'";r Israel r-ends, receiv.
i Alzmaut Award at a -eception for Cuban Jewish
is at the Fontainebleau Hotel in connection with th3
i em< ilcnnl Inaugural Conference. Making the presentat-
ion is Milton Parson, director of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for Israel Bonds, who lauded Mr. Habif for his efforts
last year which resulted in the sale of SI million in Israel
Bonds. Looking on at left ifi Mrs. Habif.
A parlor meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign was held at the home
of Mis. Jack Katzman, 3122 Pine Tree Dr. Shown (from left)
Mrs. Samuel Simcnhoff, Mrs. Inez Krensky, and Mrs. Katz-
man, hostess of the benefactor meeting (benefactors make
minimum annual CJA-IEF aifts of SI.000).
Two past presidents of the Miami Latin Lodge of B nai
Brith congratulate the new president inaugurated recently.
From (left to right) Enrique Kalusin, Manuel Zaiac, new
president and J. L. Sharpe, outgoing president
added that (tic tragedy took
place acjainst the backdrop of
terrorist warnings that further
atrocities would bo launched
against Israel and six terrorists
attempt- in recent weeksairainst
Jews in Euroi>e.
The latter attempts, he noted,
had been foiled. In view of this.
Gen. not afford to take risks that
might involve the destruction of
large numbers of Israeli citizens.
The attendees also heard ad-
dressed by JNF President Meyer
Pesin, JNF World Council Pres-
ident Herman L. Weisman and
JNF Executive Vice President
Abram Salomon.
It was announced that the
JNF Foundation assembly has
recorded a potential of $.'51
million in bequests and road
building in Israel. This was the
first foundation assembly in the
JNF's 72-year history.
Israel Bond committee officers met last week to make final
plans for the Roney Plaza-Israel Dinner of State, to be held
March 11 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dinner chairman Sam
Rudenberg, standing (right) was joined by host chairman
Louis Coleman (left) and cochairmen Morris and Julia Klein-
man (seated). The dinner will honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Maidenbaum, and will feature entertainment by Joey Rus-
sell, humorist and raconteur.
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vJen-iit' nctrkHknr
Friday, March 2, ,g
Convention Hall To Be Site
For Independence Day Rally
,...
Tlic An-, ri w. Zionisl Federa-i earlier comimuilty-wli oe'ebra-
i .-.i'l sponsor a South Florida-
celebraton o> Isra I's 23th
tons of Israel's anniversaries.
Mrs. Green noted thai constit-
uent agencies of the An:- ican
Zionist Federation in South Flor-
ida have more than 1S.0CO mem-
bers, lumbers in.lud.* Hadassah,
the Pioneer Women. Labor Zion-
ist Alliance, MizraThi-ReiigioJs
Labor Zionists, R'nai Z:on and the
American Jewish League for
Israel together with a!. Zionist
youth organizations,
The Zionisl Oseanization of
America, although it ha.< with-
d awn fr< n the Zionist Fi .' 'ration,
is e\pee*ed to coooorate in t'e
-ally exn < (i to h-' the la
'i the Unit i States May ". Mr.
Srhwai \r <->\\
Prcp-inent Israeli and Americar
Tewish lea \< < will ra ti
and an c'.it program ivi arranged he ii i
"With South Florida havir a
I larger Jewish population than any
a; eas ex J t Ncw York an I Los
Ange i -. it :- appropriate that m
>1 : e the 25th annivei sai
the Stati o! Israel in a significant
i and m. ardn {ful manner," Mr.
Schwartz said.
Hr is a past '"' si Ii nt of t'1
Miami B( a :h l< ige o! B'nai B'rifi,
forrr e\>^\i[- vice nre i+nl o':
Rar-I'an I niversitv. national
He relations counsel for the Israel|
I Histadrul Founlation ntd tl
| Amei can R-~il Magi n David foi
Israel, and has served in pxecrtivc
capacities for State of i
i". n '.'' \ Heb iv I'nivor-atv
Tel Aviv University, Te-hn'on a- '
v.'w,. o'her Jewi.-h and Isra
i-'atv7.ati >ns
A committi e of Ion Zion -'
' -a rs an 1 official? ol .'the- J
ish grouns which work foi lh
cause of Israel i< be ng I
Mrs i: sail.
MRS. milTON GREEN
b versary ol ii !. -p >n lence Ma>
7 Israel Indc.ienjence Day
In the Miami I>ach Convention
Ka'l. site of i! < 1 172 Dm
;:. publican P e-id -ntial nom-
inal ": eonv r:t ions.
Mrs. .Mi ton G eon. national vie
I I lent of the Zionist Felera
lion, said the fachvonal Israe'
I pendenre Ra'ly s-jorsor.'d bj
I >~nMr<- 1 men's an \\ :i ;: !
Z.onis* organizations in Pnde and
Broward counties has shiftei from
the smaller Mian: IVach Aud-
t m because of "greatlv in-
c-racrd int-re=t in the Silvei
Jubilee Year."
She anno tneed the appointment
of Gera'd Schwartz, a past pres-
ident of the ZionM Council of
" Florida, a- general chair-
man for the ral'.y expected to
; t a 1 more than 9 00? rjersoi-.
M-. Schwartz coordinat' d public
ic-'ations for mo"< t^an a dozen
Lapidus To Be Honored
At CJA-IEF Breakfast
Morris Lapidus, international
rchitect and principal of Mori is
.apidus Associates, will be lion-
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whole one for yourself, just
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MORRIS LAPIDUS
red March -i at a breakfast by
rhe residents of Terrace Towerr.
'I he gathering, which is iiein-
':eld on behal? of the Greater
l.ami Jewish Federation's 19?:!
'ombined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency fund campaign, wi 1
feature guest speaker, Seymow B.
Liebman.
Mi. Liebman, historian ant
luthor, is a tru mber of thi
tfonal hoard of American Profes-
ora for Peai in the Middle I last.
According t'> Simon P.eisman,
JA-IEF Terrace Towers chair-
nan, Mr, Lapldus is bcint; lion- i
ored for his dedicated service to
romin nil. and to the cause of |
world Jew r.." I
Mr. Lapidus, a member of the
American Institute of Architects I
and the American Institute ol In- j
tciior Designers, Is the formei vice,
president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce and has]
long l e;'n active in Federation's
ai.nual CJA-IEF campaigns.
Tel race Towns CJA-IEF cam-
paign officers include William
Agranove honorary chairman: '
Max Mansfield, immediate past
chairman, and Jacob Gruber, im-
mediate past co-chairman.
Campaign committee includes
Morris Atkins. Hern-in Bauer, |
Mrs. Hett Herman. Hairy Han- |
J iliua Fein, Irving G
stone. Michael Green. Benjamin W.
Kaufman, Harry Klayman, Joseph I
Kraus, Mrs. Herman Lipp, Jack j
Nfcdel. Mrs. Frances Stem and
Mex Weinrimmer,
A b-nefacor pen lor meeting was held recently at the I
pericl House on behalf cf the Greater Miami Jewish rede
lion's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign Hostesses for the lu
which resulted in a 32 per cent increase in gifts o.
seme contributions to last year's campaign, 'from left V -
Joseph Stein, Mrs. Samuel Lipton, and Mrs. Carl V.'
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Friday, March 2, 1973
+Jewisti fkradiar
Page 3-B
Emanu-El Sets Sisterhood Fete,
Sam Levenson, Purim Carnival
*-
Sam Levenson, one of the fore-
most American Jewish entertain-
ers, will discuss the status of
Jewish humor March 28 at the
concluding program of the 1973
Temple Emanu-El Forum. Series
chairman. Judge Irving Cypen,
said Wednesday the Miami Beach
congregation's forum this year has
Pittsburgh School
Starts Memorial
To Merwitzer
A memorial to the late Louis
Merwitzer, honorary life president
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, has been established by
the Talmudical Institute and Ye-
| shiva of Pittsburgh. Mr. Merwitzer
[lived in Pittsburgh In-fore moving
[here in the 1930s and was a ben.
[efactor of the Pennsylvania edu-
cational institution.
Edgar David Wunsoh. a grand-
lephew of Mr. Merwitzer, helped
Br.L-anize a circulating library at
tie Talmudical Institute in meni-
ry of the national leader for
Corah Judaism.
Books may be added to the m><>-
bial collection serving the special
^cademic and recreational needs
f boarding students by contacting
he >-'hool office. Tzvi Florence is
roject librarian.
M
hev Shalom
ames Speiser
an of Year
Oh'H- Shalom Congregation will
ward its 10th annual "Man of the
Year" title to Alfred II. Sp. |.,m
linediate past president who
Served the congregation for two
years.
The award will be made at a
banquet Sunday, at Somerstein's
C5iter-rs. 1701 Washington Ave.,
at 12:30 p.m.
Synaqogue secretary, Herman
lieyerson. will serve a- master of
ceremonies, and the presentation
Will lie made by Rabbi Hblneas A.
Weberman, Ohev Shalom's spirit-
ual lca Emanuel Sarnoff is chairman of
the banquet committee, and King
Rich, chairman of the souvenir
Journal.
Miaiuian On Dean's List
Miamian Judv L. Feinberg. a
Junior at The George Washington
university's School of Public and
OTnternafional Affairs, has been
named to the school's Dean'-
Honor List for the 1072 fall
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A former school teacher, Sam
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He is a staunch advocate of Israel!
and of the priority of quality Jew-1
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Reservations for the March 28
performance may be made at the
Temple office. The Sunday coffee
forum series, under the chairman-
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cording to Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, Temple Kmanu-EI pres-
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Judge Shapiro said the congre-
gation will sponsor a community-
wide Purim Carnival and Bazaar
for the 11th consecutive year
March 18 at the Lehrman Day
School grounds adjacent to the
North Shore branch, 727 77th St.
Mrs. Carol Greenberg. PTA
president, is coordinating plans
for the Purim celebration. There
will be rides, booths, food, a cake
sale and a bargain bazaar, she
said.
Sisterhoood. under the leader-
ship of president, Mrs. Benjamin
Beloff. is planning its 33rd Anni-
versary Luncheon March 21 in the
Friedland Ballroom.
MB Hadassah Groups
Plan Meeting Program
The Temple Kmanu-KI Play* i -.
under the direction of Trixie
Levin, will present a s|>ecial per-
formance off 'Show Stoppers" at
the luncheon.
Miami Beaeh Chapter of IIatlas
sah Croups are holding meetings
on the following dates:
Katlimah Group will meet on
Monday at 11:4. a.m. at the Singa-
pore Hotel. A film. "Now Their
Home Is Israel," will be shown.
Mrs. Sadie Neleber will preside.
Stephen S. Wise Group will meet
at the Algiers Hotel at noon. Mrs.
Zclda Thau, past president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah, will be guest speaker. The
film, "Now Their Home Is Israel,"
will be shown. Mrs. Gert Sosna
a ill preside.
Hannah Senesoh Group will meet
on Monday at noon at the Algiers
Hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Alfred Tuvin. Mrs. Barnett Bar'Hl
will preside.
shaioma Group will hold its eye-
bank luncheon on Tuesday at noon
at the Shore Club Hotel. Mrs. Ann
Naidamast will be chairman of the
day. Mrs. Anna Stone will preside.
Cancer Unit Auction
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Papanieolaou Cancer Research,
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Ptter Max and paintings by Bill
Hastings. Money goes to cancer
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Friday, March 2, 1973
Hebrew Academy Schedules
Seudah To Aid CJA-IEF
Kabbi ami Mrs. Alexander S. 1 Boys, the Olsa anil Margaret
Cross will host a pre-Purim I Weishaiu High School for Girls
Seudah in their Miami Beach and the South Dade Hebrew
Academy.
The Greater Miami Hebrew 1
Academy is a heneficiary agency |
of the CJA-IEF. Irvine Flrtel. a
Miami Beach attorney and pres-
ident of the Hebrew Academy, |
urged "maximum participation in
llus year's twin drives by all Acad-
emy supporters. The CJA-IEF is a
n sponsil ility of all Jews, and most
ci rtainly among those who believe
in the principles of quality Jewish
t ducation."
Rabbi Gross noted that top
leadership of ihe Hebrew Acad- '
(my. including Mr. Firtel, board
r hair man B. I. Binder, executive
committee chairman Oscar Scha-
piro, dinner chairman Joseph 11.
Kanter and associate chairman of i
! the board I. H. Abrams. are work- '
I ins to insure the success of the
home Match IS in behalf of the | March 15 meeting.
1*173 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign
s onsored by the Greater Miami
RABBI GROSS
J wish Federation.
Officers, directors and trustees
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Aiadcnn have been invited to the
reception by Rabbi Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, thelNE 167th St. Martha Fabrikant is
I 1- Mervitsw Hirh School for 1 vice president of programming.
IVem Hatlmsuh Chatter
A newly formed croup of the
Miami Chapter ol Hadassah, Jaffa.
formerly known as '"Shaindel"
will hold a card party at the nejt
general meeting, March 20. 12:30.
p.m. at Washington Federal fit'.9,
Ilillel Women To
Host I*riincli
For Grandparents
The HHIel Community Ha-
School will honor man i mrents '
a special brunch Sunday, 10:30
am at the school, 21288 Biscayrx
Blvd.
Women ror Hillel will host thi
breakfast ac ording to Mr-
Arnold Sheir, president, and th
newly formed Hillel Men's C\ il
will join in th tril ute.
student- of the Hil'el wi'l pre-
sent a program ol Purim sonss.
Jewish Legion Schedules
Reunion In Israel May 15
Veterans ol the Palestine Jew-
ish I.i gion of World War I will
In' i iii 1- 5fith reunion May l"1 at
Bet Hagdudim, Avichail, Israel.
Announcement of tin- event wasi
made by William Braiterman oil
Baltimore, provisional chairman
of the reunion.
Leon Cheifetz, secretary of Bet
Hadudim, is coordinating the re-
union in Israi I. Mr. Braite
noted that the formation of Jew-
ish hat talons in the British Army
fighting Turkex in Palestine was
the fit -t instance of oi g mi :e I
military formation* among Jews
-ince the days of Bar Kochba.
B'nai B'nth Women of Miami examine parade route of
forthcominn salute to Isrcel parade as they make plans to
ma-ch wi'h 34 FBYO chapters in the B'nai B'rith Junior
Order on May 2^ starting at 11 a.m From (left to right) Mrs.
Newton Hofsiadter, vice president District 5; Mrs. Hilfred N.
Bossak, executive director. BBYO; Mrs. Arthur Horwid
president District 5, and Mrs. Max Hodes BBYO liaison
cha'rman.

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CERTIFIED KOSHER


Friday, March 2. 1973
*Jm>/sl) J far ant far
Page 5-3
Ida Cowen Proves
Retirement Can Be
Enjoyable, Productive
Jtwi&h Florid .1- Staff Writer
Ida < ten, a 'l ent an
i- "ositivc i'-
ivtiri ; have to be
'ia a
>hiites i! [ran,
rajahs, an 1 th<
IDA < OWEN
t i'i down and let tins
Auy.
Tlv 7-1-j I Mrs Co i en
with ; > y i ol ti
. ic'crl ti ..
two hoi
travc' ind
-h So, with
.....i i- i nol In hand, sh
staii ut .-I For the
Sea Pa ic and A.-ia I
oul s m '. t! roots ol the
Jewish ople
.v < i ..: iro ind the world.
Mrs. C iven endtd ,ip writing a
book on, "Jews In Remote Corners
of tlv World." lib Ishtd by Pren-
tlce-Ha I f in I 11 exoti'., Fasci-
nating and inl
B ri Pi in I [da was brought
here a ch She gradual I
From New York University, the
A | i oF Archaeology,
and th< r< ah I in dl :s
in ,i le ai I Tokyo.
Alwaj lose to Jewish life, she
taught In public and Jewish-re-
lated hools in New Jersey and
N". V k.
Bui all tl the years ",!
h. | to irn what lift
ua. foi lews among such di-
v. .,. i anniba's of
Xasi tl lingers of Bal.
larat thi ab ; ol Malaysia,
the ti ;k"k- ",''
Kuch Afgl inistan, the Hind is
A Ion [-1 i !. Zion'st an I a io n
Mi" i Jew -. I la r eo jni/e I thai
. constitute a p ople and that
I he si nse oi mutual n so ins bi lt>
email tenre e> en a n >r
I hose who for generations, had
I tt'e or no contact with the out-
side world of Jewry.
She kn v thai they wove her
family arvl ho wished i<> lie re-
nn ted with them. She knew that
he would l)'1 received with warmth
v the leaders ol thi ornn unities
would reach, and she was
rij in
SI < attended Bar Mitzvahs In
''hristoh'Tch, N.Z., in Manila an i
v, w Delhi, i articli ated In Rosh
!iahanah ces v> Hong Kong,
' roke Yom K ppur fast with Jew-'
i and i" ni 1 th
> Ri if, el osen at th
-; rihal To in Ca'cutta.
al -he 1 i"'' innkah H '"-
'.'_- lit in Melbourne, ioinel
li. rat's lev al their Purlm feast
obsi ,erl Si l :. ht< In 1/ nir ami
v as among thoc paying fina' re-
- i the ineral of Af :hanis-,
s l.ist ra i Hr onlv sa lnes<
- the rea'i7ation that some o'
'th om r.unii es sh sav .v<
Inrl ..... nil "b an I w
thi I
. i i world
Her modes o I ivel :>>" '
11 ain* i 'ksl '''
.. ; i ,' ; h ':' *''
, | .- i-. -, it'i in
; -rest a e >r li "i.....I m
ite a S i iath or ho'i lay i
alone.
TTn\ ng la'.i till an I iken H
brew a'l her 'if.-. It was the i-:-
of beta able to corrwinii
such remote peaces as ?- ifi. Malasir
and Calcutta
She kept her paeking -.
iisln se>
oral woolen dn -- an 11
froeks sweaters anl wn lie
wear for the c il ler !ai
rii d a cash at.
Nol too fond of unusual f to I
she found that almost everywh
in tin Id, although sorro tim
not i n the mer.u in a r' ita iran'
it wa- a'ways possible to haw
hoPed ch'cken an I i' re, an 1 usu
ally lamb.
Visiting Miami an I M ai i Bead
moiit! is ai ail
Icing what she pi the most
i li lainte I ith a new
Israeli Articrafts
On Display Vt
Federation Bhlg.
iv, r rli n! Isra '!
11 I |i| iv : ...i;- rl at the
" Ml '' ration
\ nav of the I
a : o-M i! mtaining
' I'll go
"*o makin ; fie fii stamp pos
aintin
'y E'i l7er Wi i ihoff i- -" I of th
ir- : '- ;;\. Tl pi I r
- I thi wo'k ua- n
I II < I :>, ... .. O, ,vor],J
as part of Israel 25 Festivil -
The "First Dav Cover" an I the
original stamp in blorks 'manv
- i vther in a shi el i and
as issued, "ill also be on disp i;
Music and dancing, a live I
Canaan tog which traces its an-'
lestory to biblical tim s. hooks
an 1 Judaica, are packaged into the
Israel 23 celebration.
I" ing 1 ly v ill feat ire a i i
nunity ep ion hono: ing Ben
min Bonn y. convts I
. [sra and David Pelig, Israeli
i ml, at p m
The i xhibil will run Thursday,
1-": i lay ai d Sunday, 10-5 p.m.
Joyce Sumberg, cultural chairmen, and Myra Fcrr cultural
fes ival chairman, examine the criginal oil "Shabba!" by
n WeishofJ used to create one of the stomps en dis-
play at Ihe cultural festival March 1. 2 and 1 nt the Grea.er
Miami Jewish FeJeiation.
The Magic Water
of a Quiet Spring
N ejft of America a quiet spring bubble*
;ts ,ss water to the earth's surface today, just
as it has tor longer than mankind knows.
A hundred years w the name "Mountain
VaUev" was Riven to the spring. Continuously since
then' the water has been winning new Inends until
now'it is the onlv natural spring water popular
aC;^^S.aste Mountain ValleyV^iter
voullfecl like you're drinking real water for the
C time Drink it awhile-soon you'll know
E'S-^rahly good water can mean for you.
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fountain Valley
"VVktCr hot srams. at
^Implosion Conspiracy1 To Be Reviewed
Tl r, non-!i"?tion analysis n"l*i
the tiial of Juli ;- and R'h Si>:ies ticl ma> r
Rosonhc 5, "The Implosion Con- oi t to re iew. Ti
so'.racy." by Louis Nizer, i'l I i,. n be pvir-
the -' ol -:.. book revi hasid I i i -. H in
bj P. ii'':'i Joseph R. Narot tain hairmai >r the
.; .. Israel i Mi -. Wil t.
i iho li at the G i k. <". : ew serus cl i r-
of the ti m T ie. la> a' i ian.
CO^dfoods
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And new Brim is 97% caffein free. So you can enjoy cup after cup ot
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Pick up Brim. Regular grind, electric perk and freeze-dried.
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KOSHER
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+Jet* 1st thrkUain
Friday, March 2. 1973
Mac and Peggy Mermell just
gave their children a host of
memories by taking all Hve of
there skiing at Kitzbuhel, Austria.
Da\id and Steve were vacation-
in? at Interlaken, Switzerland,
then joined Debbie. Randy and
Cliff tor two delightful weeks.
Peg said that a few days of al-
ii i'-i blizzard type weather was a
ar.ost interesting change troni our
sub-tropical climate. Steve is still
in Europe and the rest of the
family is now looking forward to
the new home to be built right
next door to where they are liv-
ing.
lis and Abe Kan-.
in town for i few days 11 om
nOi landi Thej
in to alien,I thi Bai Mitzvah of
SHALOM!
SHALOM!
Israel
sends it's best to
Key Biscayne
"RIKMA"
covar-ups as (hown)
"GERA"
Handcrafted Jawarly
"BEGED-OR"
Laathar Handbaf*
{GalaLeahl
GIFT CALLERY
DECORATIVE HOME
ACCESSORIES
MOW. TO SAT 5:30 TO 30
Joseph, son of Rosalyn and Rich-
ard Pallot. Richard and Phyllis
are first cousins. While in the
city they stayed with her parents,
Lil and Harry Schulman.
The following week Phyllis re-
turned with her sister and
brother-in-law Madaleen and Shug
Uacki Kamenoff for the Bar
Mitzvah of John, son of Gloria
and Norton Pallot. When the
Pallot clan gets together all the
cousins, aunts and uncles come
from near and far.
Another Miami family who took
a look at Disney World are the
Howard !<: inbergs. They took
Eliot. Eileen an i David \\:i!i
them. The Polynesian Hotel was
their headquarters and they
really enjoyed the brief vacation.
The trip was a teaser for Eliot
who i.s in a position to compete
lor a two week trip to Israel. He
won the Florida Region of B'nai
B'rith oratory contest which was
held in Tampa. IT he wins in the
South-Eastem competition. he
goes to the international cont. st
with the grand prize being the
two weeks trip to Israel We wish
him luck!
Marty and I,enore Hoehman
back in town after a combined
business and pleasure trip. First
It was to Houston, Texas, for the
sporting goods show. Next stop
was Paris for the international toy-
show. Then a few days of their
own in Paris before going on the
French Riviera. North Africa was
next with their itinerary cover-
ing Casablanca, Marrakesh and
Tangiers. The Costa del Sol in
Spain was where they took an
extra few days to relax doing
it in Seville. Malaga and Torre-
molinos. From Madrid they flew
directly back to Miami.
Miss Branison
And Sam Matza
Exchange Vows
The former Elizabeth J. Bram-
! son and Sam Matza exchanged
marriage vows on Saturday. Feb. I
| 24, at Temple Beth Am where a ,
reception in honor of the newly-
j weds follow.-d the nuptials. Rabbi
| Herbert Baumgard officiated at j
the ":30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of'
. South Miami Vice-Mayor and
Mrs. Ed Bramson of 6000 Twin
1 Lakes Dr. Her bridegroom is the t
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kli Matza.
1211 SW 92nd Ave.
Wearing a white satin bridal
gOWfl and carrying a bouquet of j
orchids, the new Mrs. Matza was
attended by Nancy' Bramson. maid
of honor. Bridesmaids included Ji'l
Sullivan, Denise Sissel. Susie
Mat/a and Marilynn Shrater.
Gary Hudson was best man to
Mr. Matza. and among ushers
were Jose Talamas, George Fer-
Drive-In" health care will be the special emphasis at the
newly built Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center, and the
auxiliary headed by Mrs. Byron Sparber have been raisin :
funds for the building program. This week she handed
hospital president S. K. Bronstein (right) a check for S17 000
representing the past year's efforts of her membership.
Oil haintings By
PANG-JtN
February 26 March 17, 1973
Weekdays 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
- t 'i ^y.
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Senzatmore.
The bride is a afaduate of
South West High School and at-
tended Miami Dade Junior Col-
lege. Mr. Matza also attended
Miami-Dade Junior College and is
"-esently associated with Grand
Union.
The couple will live at 10245
SW 24th St.
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Friday, March 2, 1973
UfewfjtiFkrMian
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JM KNOWS
A NUMBER OF WAYS
TO MAKE A WEDDING
MEMORABLE
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how to make all those dreams come true. We're as romantic as Cupid,
but we're also efficiency experts when it somes to helping you
with all the countless details leading up to that day of days.
BRIDAL CONSULTANT helps you plan your wedding and shows you
a complete selection of bridal fashions for you and your attendants.
SENDING INVITATIONS, select formal wedding invitations,
announcements, formal and informal notes and stationery from our
Fine Stationery department.
BRIDAL TROUSSEAU may be chosen from a myriad of feminine
finery in our bridal-wise Intimate Apparel shops.
BRIDAL DIAMONDS range from the exquisitely simple to the
fabulous in our Fine Jewelry.
A NEW HOMEMAKER finds everything for her home of today in
JM China. Crystal. Silver. Linens and Housewares departments.
By the way, our Silver Club Plan is another convenience.
FURNISHING THE HOME, enlist the professional and creative
assistance of JM Interior Design Studio, at no charge, of course.
WEDDING GIFT CONSULTANT registers all your personal preferences*
assists in selecting your tableware, china, crystal, linens, housewares;
helps choose color schemes for your home.
TAKING A HONEYMOON, near or far, you'll want selective luggage
and travel accessories from our Luggage department.
AND "THE MAN" ... the bridegroom will find formal wear,
furnishings and a selection of unusual gifts in JM Man's Store.
Check the JM store nearest to you for locations
of these special services available to the bride:
Flowers for the wedding, JM Travel, beauty salon.
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+Jewlsti tUrMlan
Friday, March 2. 1973
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Leon lichfer
Warren Freel
ALBERTO BE1IAR
\ M an : Mrs
I .i i i Ba
Mitzvah al i 1 norah on
h 3.
Vlberl i -1 nth grade si
r* 'it at Nautilus Junior High
S hool.
A n \ I inm i hoi
to will be 1 al the F
Towei Sal irday cvenii
IKON LIJ HTEB
I .! in il rid Mrs.
v. h:s Ba
V / i Satui March 4, al
3 >ob '. C n Con n initj
S n
\ enth lent at th<<
.
i:
I a | ii
rts activil YM-YW H.'
'Great M i '
: :M
tball. softball thall
an f
- ;:' i will
': '. the
WARREN FREED
On Saturday Mai ;h '
rren Henr; ol Mr. an I
- Sanfoi d Fn ed. will be calle I
ti thi Torah a a Bar Mltz
Wai n eighth g\ ade stu-
nt 1 VVesI Mian i Junior Hi h
" wh< ie he is a member of
Student Council and .-
ist in the i
M and Mi Fi e I will honor
'on a I follow ing
will be his
othi fndgin,
aunt, Mrs. Blanche
TERRY IKENSON
Paul
Ii will
van "ii Sat-
March .". al
Sina of North Dade.
eiebi ml ttends the Uni-
i] '.[ Nova University
Club
I Collegi He is a Red
nioi liff -inim
,:
BARV STREIT
<.i rrtav morning wvices at
, remple Sinai of North Dade will
:. the Bar Mitzvah ol I
s.on ol Mi. and Mi s Bui ton Stre t
ii No Mia on March 3.
Barr.v i- a stu lent at North
M' i Ju iii ir I lien School and is
a memtn r "f the Photography
Naturalist Club.
W'.IUAM CARMU
SISTER DOROTHY
I
Sister Dorothy
Will Resign As
Barry President
Sister M Dorothy Browne has
resigned as president of Barry
e, effective in Jim.'. 1974
Hei action was announced by
: ol Bay
islands, chairman of th<
of trusti cs "i the college
locati 'I :n Miami Shores.
Mr. Broad said ;i special com-
n ittee "I students, faculty, ad-
ministration, alumni, trustees and
other if resentatives will bi desig-
nated i" secure ;. successor, Sistei
Dorothy has served as president
since 1963, and firsl joined the
c ollege faculty In 1942,
She is a recipient of the Silver
Medalion of Brotherhood from the
Florida region of the National
^inference of Christians and Jews
Chassidic Music* Festival
Attracts Youth Encounter
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake In the rolling lake-rldge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program at Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
ChampionshiD Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available
Camp Directors: Victor E. Jacobson, Ab Ri'fcin & Tony Anthony
For Brochure and Particulars write:
Harder Hal! Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebrinrj, Fla. call collect SI 3-385-f.t 51
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For A Golf V r: : .
The R3es Ar> ft
The Course 's Never Crc
Call Collect For R itions
'King Carmel'
Feted On His
SOth Birthday
Wil'iam Carmel of Miami Bi 1 h
\\ en n sin isi Va! ntine
part} in honoi ol I i- 60'h birth
"i\ h ,- thy on
Satui lay Feb IT.
\ ., ial i 1 hased on th
Cai mel" w as sui \ bj Mr G
:' nic 1 Tjooj a howi ite it, and
Mi -. bm ren Wi ston 1 M 1i< '
1 -i-i: r-in-law.
present wen his
I n Mr ai d Mi -. Allan
rbarai Carmel, Mr. an I M -
I. Garj > irmel, M
Mr. Ba 1.1
l\ra md Mrs R
1 Linda 1 Sossin. M ther, Mrs.
Anna Hy n in; sist : -in-la* an l
hushan !. Dr. and Mrs Lawn .
V Wi ston, Mr and Mrs. D.....tl
imer, Meryl Bonell and David
Schoenfield, brothers-in-law and
wives Mr. and Mrs William Hy-
man, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Hyman .
Use Mr. and Mrs, S| Iney Kaul
Mr. an Mrs. Mi hai S ssin Mi
and Mrs. Ben Pape, Mr. and Mrs.
Manny Liberman, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Kramer. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Segal; Mr. and Mrs. Hj
Hyatt; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pilzer,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olkin, Mr.
and Mrs, Julie Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Jackson, Mr. and
Mrs. Ai thur Hornrei h. Mr. and
Mrs. I Sen [Yoop; Mi. an I Mrs
Sam Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Murra>
'S mm tt; Mr. and Mrs. 11 11
Ii Iman, Mr, and Mrs. '
1 ieai tnei. an l Mi and M Lei
I '11 es.
Civic Club Elects
Slate Of Officers
The Four Free, lorre Ch Clu
lias 1 Ii -i' 1 1 he follow ing offl e
Philip Sahl, president: Nathan
Pogran, Magnus Lipton and Bar-
ney Dcnncnberg, vice presidents:
Setty Oberstein an.l Ann Brodoff,
secretaries; Ell Cohen treasurer;
Harry Koteen, marshal, and Irv-
ing Steinberg, l< :] counsi .
The club is planning its 10th'
annual all-star show I"' March
In the Miami B ach A iditorium
Featured entertainment will
clu > Vinci nl 1, / ai bis
ciety 01. hestra, Eddie Scl
5ter of cen .. .,-. and 1.
Sohn.
The March 10 Cha si U 1 M isic
i-'i'-i!'.al al the .'it ij J 1 ;i S
lum will a
'Aiekend encounl
youth -' inso '1 '. 1 h I
\ itcher ^ 0 ith Oi g mization.
; Yitz hok M. Kaga
live in youth activities in 1 "> lit,
rte i" Miami Bea h to lead
the Shabbaton, which will be hi a -
quartered al :'' th I-iael Sj na-
no.
Jewish youths will ha> the op-
; 1 1 tunity 1. ai 11 nting thorn-
elves \* ith their Torah h "' I
and ti aditions bj i. in; I hi m dur-
ihe Shabbaton wi eken '.. a
1 ng to U.r Sta B
Wei--, chairman of the
Tho-e .v i-i' ing : ir the Shab-
ton set to th
Chassid c M isic Festhal .- | trl
of their 1 1 n ation fee, Ra >bi
Weiss said Ad litional nl n 1
:i.a> b obtaim i al the Mei
L'Inyone Tiinuch i>;.
i' 1 ;m A uaha n K01.. n .
director.
Rahbi Korl -i. v I I
Jaj I 'i im Ian i. son ol ;
Mrs. i; mplc l has ma le
.1 generous gi! I for the est 1
1 1 n
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I in I of th 1
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Ra ibi M.
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Friday, March 2, 1973
LEGAL NOTICE
* tmUti fhrkMat)
Page 9-B
UGAl NOTICt
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Acta of 1972
File No. 73 A 13
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ronald l Baron. Trustee holder (
Count) Tan Sale Certificate No 7738
i>-u. .I the i-i day "f June. A.D I970
baa 11It-U sain.- in in. Tax Collector's
tax deed to be Issued thereon Raid
Certificate embraces the following
described proper!) m the County of
J ladi sun. ..i Florida, i"-\v II
I...1 ii, lilnik ;, Hampton Park,
Plat Hook 4 Pane ..-. 8e. t..... :ti.
Township 33 South, Range 4"
Bat i. nntnlnlng 11 acri k more
01 less in the CounH of Dade,
Stati of Florida
m> hi of raid property un-
wav in ihe i
I
LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTIU
LEGAL NOTICt
ii.i the ^.1 it 1 in hi. lit
II. HII. Ill w 11,.,in 1:. 11
1 'nli as Bald eertlfli ,.t.
il.. in- 1 ai 1 nrdina i" l.i"
described heri in ill b.
highi si bidder l"i < a -li
bouse door ..11 ih.
.11 ih of Am il 1
In
197
I 1
1 Am II, l<*73. hi I"::
ed il,.- 27th day
shall be r- -
the property
sold in the
1 (he 1 'ourl -
t.i -t Monda) In the
::. whli '1 1- il... ind
II A M
of February
RH "HAItl 1 P IIKIN KER
1 'ircull 1 'ourt.
Dad, County, Florida
Hi p K Guldstrand r.C
nil uii 1 '..1111 Seall
3 2-9-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 12
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ronald I Karon, Trustei holder of
Count) Tax Sail Certificate No T7::i
Issued tin l-t day "f June, A D
ha* rib i name In the Tax Collet tor's
office .mil lias ma.I, application for a
i.!\ deed i" be Issued thereon. Said
Certificate embrace* the following de-
bt I property In the County of
1' Stati ..1" Florida, to- n 1
1: ; ft of IV im> fi of N'-. "f N'--
> .1 SE>. of NE', AKA
I HIcH'k 13. Truman City
r R Section 31, Township 53
Si uth Rang. I" Bast, containing:
_ ,,, ren more or less, in the
Counts ol Dade State ( Florida
Thi ii" nl of said proper!) un -
der the mild certificate was In the
1,. mi ol Mai > Jackson
aid ii iflcate shall bi n
deemed nccordlng to law, the prop-
erty described herein will he sold !
thi highest bidder for 1 . Courthouse tlooi on the first Monda)
in il mi nth of April, 1073, which Is
II id day < April, 1973, nl l"""
a M
hated 1I1N 27th day of Fehruarv,
1973
RICH \Hi' P RRINKEH
1 |, il. 11 n ir
11 .1. ounl \ I-" '
rSuldstrand D.C
(I'll-, uit Court 81 .'Ii
.'l s-9- 16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3459
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOHNNY EARL LOCKLEAH
anil
1 I AKA LOCK I.EAR
TO: CLARA UlCKLEAR
c .. ESTELLE OXDINE
Route I
(ha.II...inn. \ C.
YOl" ARE HEHEI1Y NOTIFIED
thai .hi action for Dissolution "f Mar-!
riagi has been filt-.i againsl you and
I "ii are required to serve a com of
your written defenses, If any. lo il op
ARE KOSS. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is l"l N.W 12th Ave-|
..in. Miami, Florida and file ihe or-
iginal with the clerk ..f the nhovr
styled court or on before March 2J.
1973 ithi n .- .1 default will be er -
t- red against you for the relief de
manded in ill.....imolalm or pel
This nntii shall be published once
each week foi f.-m consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI DRUM \\
WITNESS m) Ii.....1 an.I the seal of
said .-.'Uit nl Miami. Florida on thla
12 da) f Fi bruai 1 I :
II P DRINKER
A- 1 1. rk. "it uk 1 "ourt
Dadi C unt) Florida
Ry II .1 FOY
* Deputy Clerk
II ir.'nil Courl S< il 1
ST( INK Si 1ST1 II IN"
kbi Kokm
t"l N \V. 12th Avenue
Mialn- "!,.n,|.,
Attol lie) for Petltloi i 1
2 18-23 3 J-'.'
NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTII E 18 HEREBY GIVEN ihat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bui Inesn undei Ihe fictitious name of
KEG Iiai: ai 11 ma \ vy 7th Am nue
Miami. Fla, Intends lo register said
name with the Clerk ..i the Circuit
C.iurl of 11.nl. County, Florida
EDWARD 8. MAKOV) SKI
.Mm lam Hi u.i man
Atti.i 11, \ for applli aul
ISPS s w 3rd Avenue
.Miami. Florida
2 23 : :: U-lli
NOTICE NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKRY OIVEN that'
the undersigned, desiring to ens
business under Ihe fictitiout nami ol
TABU MAGAZINE a) 416 N.W. -Ttlil
Avenue, .Miami, FIs intend t..
t.i Kaid name with the Clerk ihe
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida
i:.\n. ii OI.IV 1
JOSE I I.AZAGA 311
2-9 '
IN THE ClKLl.il COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PROBATE NO 73 559
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate ol
BERTHA si HAT/,
IX eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Clnims or Deniuuds Against Said
Estai
"> -ii are herehi notified and required
t<- present any claims and demands
Ahull \ .11 ma) havi against the -
1 BERTHA SCHATZ deceased
Inii nl Dade Counti Florida, to the
'Ircull Judges ..1 I nde County, and
file 1 lie -am. 11 ilin.li. 1:. ,i,.| > on.-
1 Ided In Si 1 lion 733 lii Florida Stat-1
.1 in their offlci .11 ili, 1 "nu i
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
vfthin six calendar months from thei
time of the flrsl publication hereof, or
ime u ill he barred
i' Ii (I al Miami. Florida, this I." day
I Fvbruai y, A Ii 1973
CECI1 SCHATZ
\- Exei nt.'i
Flrsl publication of this noitce on
ih.- 23rd day of Februar) I '7
VBB Ki'SS
Attorne) for Estate
l"l N XV 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
2 28 :: 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION.
No. 72-6053 (Parker,
(Formerly County Judue's Court)
In RE KM.,., of
A.VITA F. VINCENT,
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to presenl any < laun and demand)
I which you ma. have attains! the ec
, tat. of ANITA F VINCENT deceased ati nl In.I
late ..: Dade County. Florida, to thi Circuit Judgi
I 'ircull 1 "ourt, Probate
1 I lade County, ami file
I duplics le a ml a* pros 1
7::i It! Florida Stalul 1 In 11>
flees in the County 1" iurthui 1
11.nl. 1 .inn ,. Florida ithln si\
in.in il,.- Mini ol
firs! nuiih. ati..a hereof, or
will be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida,
day m Februar) .AD l"T::
RK HARD K VINCENT
As Vdminlstrator CTA
Flrsl publication of this notli
Ihe li. day of February, 1973
II \Ul:is i SIRKIN 1' v
AUorneys for Administrator CTA
"'Ii FI..... Dade Federal Bldg
Miami, Florida "::i:il
2 lti-23 '
I 1 V i 81 Ol
I !>. I-.. 111. in .
I 111 Si Hoi Ull
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: 1: 1......1
BENJAMIN lai.lAKT
,1,, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH 1 illtora and All Pel 1 010 H
ing ('laun- or Demuhdti Againsl .-
Estate:
Y..11 are hereh) notified and requ
to 1.1. n
v\ lii.1i you in,.' hav< against
lati .a BENJAMIN liofi \i:'f ... .
(Hit \. Florida, lo 'in
D Count)
file 'l" ami Ii dutdical
Si 1
their ol
In
In
in
-
tin- 1 1.
the
the same
thla Mh
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ihe unilii.-ii.-iil, desiring to engage
In Ini*..... under the llcl u
of ROIZ STORES nl IB12 S.W 1st
Streel Miami Fla. Illti lids lo ri
said name with the Clerk if the Cir-
cuit 1 i.urt of Dade Countv, Florida
VICENTE It. ROIZ
8/16-23 :: :'-:
('ourthouse in I lade 'ou
iida 1 mo i I 1.
1 me of he Ural publli ..t ion liei
... me i' nl in barred.
F.....I al Miami. Florida, thli l-
.-i Februar) A I' 1973
HANNAH BOOART
Ai Exi u
First publication of 111
the mill da) of F< bruai >.
Han Xul.-i nick
Attorney for Exei uit ix
(20 1.1.....In Road
Miami I'.ca. Ii, Florida
2 1..-L
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigni il. desiring t.. ei
huslni Ht uihIi r tin
CASSETTE CITY
Strei 1. Miami. 1 I
regh
ih.- Circuit ( "ui.
Florida
DAVID II \) I l>
2 Ul-23
fit t itious ti
at M>1 .\ IV, 111
.:.:i.:>
tl Clerk of
.1 Dade 1 u
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Aets of 1972
File No. 73 A 11
(Cnapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
ta Florida Statutes 1971)
KOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
R01 aid 1 l- iron, Trustee holdi r .>f
Count) Tax SBle Certificate No 77:13
It n. 1 the It 1 da) 0 lune, \ 11 970,
1 rili -I sami in the Tax 1 ollei Un'
office, and lias made npplii allon for
d t.,v deed in be Issued thereon. Saul
... mbi...... the following de-
pn pi 11) in thi County ol
1 Slate ol Florida, to i':
,. ,. of \\ 33H fl "'' X'-j-S' -
NK', -SI-:'. -NKi -l..-ss N 25 II
\ 1, \ 1 1 4 llloi k 12 Truman Clt)
r K. Section 31 Tom nahip 53
South, Rant. 4.. East, containing
1 ...... niori "i Ii ks, in the
, ..., n| |i .:. stati of Florida
|-l -,. -I,,, ...I propi rts
u.,,1,., ,,,,. -,,,,i 1 float 1 as in the
, Arthui '" !" ,.1 mil. at. shall be re-
il i ,,i to i.i". the propert)
,!, ... 1 .,1 ii. ri in u.ll bi -.-1.1 i" the
t isrhi bidder for cash al the Courl -
n, usi door .." 'I '"-' Monday Ii
Vorll 191
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE is HERKI1 ilVEN
-,
In '-ii il-- !- 1- tin- fi< ; :.
< PERi 'i i.N'RAi 'Ti iRS al hi N.W,
1 ih A\. ('in M .., ml Fla
;. gisti 1 mi 1.1 name with Cli
li. 'in un Courl f 1 'ade Count).
F "i '.
MARK A IH IMERI '
ABM AN DC) PEREZ
2 16-23 :: 9
li
li is the 2nd
i f April 1973. -.' I" A M Ah<
, ,,,,v of February, who
RICHARD P BRINKER,
. 'in un 1 ui '
I. ,,i, unt \ Flni Ida
I' f. 1 luldslrand D.C
, .un Seal) ,.,,.-,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
thi u isn.-n.-l desiring to engage \"
. n under the fi. tltlous name
PR \l m I'll' at 'a'.'. .' S \\ -Hi Stn
ml, K|a, Intendi to register
name with the Clerk of the
, ., 1 Dade County, Florida.
HV BVAL
Be kerman
;!'\ for applicant
is..-, s W :lrd Avenue
Miami. Fla. ^ |/s.p.i(|
I,
nl
("it. uit
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. 73-3679
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MABRIAOE I IF
Al PERT ARTn.ES
Petii lon< r
il
11. i.VNA MARIE ARTILES
11 DONNA MARIE ARTILES
C O S in: Kotoy
I1R Main Streel
Spring Cltv. Peniis) 1\ n
yi if \i:i: IIEREBV X< 'T1FIED
thai an action for Dissolution 1 I Mar-
1 filed again)' you and
you .'' quired In -' \ .1 npy i-f
>,>ur v. 1 i"i if any, t< on
Ahi Koss. attorney fi 1 Pi lilionei.
i"l N.W 12th Ave..
M ami. Florida 33128. nnd file Jti
,,..i, (he i-'i'il, of Ihe above
-i\ |, ,1 ourl .-ii or l fore March 22,
. thei u Ise a default .11 be en-
v ,.11 for tin 1 ( de-
mandi .1 In H.....mnlalnl ol Petltli n.
Tin- nolle shall be published 01.....
,.,, 1 ... ;, ,i foui "ii-- 11' ivi \\ eeka
in THE JEWISH FM>RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal nl
-.ml courl .11 Miami, Florida on thli
11 il.,\ ol Fi hruarv. 197
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit I 'ourt
I ladi '.iuit\. Florida
in c P COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
, (Circuit Courl Seal)
ST< 'NK & Si ISTCHIN
I |l'| N \V '.-'li A)
Miami. Florida 33128
1 Attoi:-. 1 for Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-4014
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION 'I'i'.liv
NOTICE
i ihi in.. li : of:
. Ad. ption of Ml..... ''li.: ii. i Id
- ithei tiEOKCK \\ Al IISTEIN.
Pi I.!;. M,,'
Tl '. Voophvl I 1 n i.'tis
P i'..-\
Ni 11-
VOC NEOPHVTOS DROCSSIOTIS,
i-reli; I that a Pel it Ion for
\ hn l,i .1 in tin- above
,.,,,, w ai n-
itimi of tl
: as Lee Drou
I Veil
I to serve i V of
. our m 1,1 -in i- to
1
I u A11 for Pe-
- BI'RNS "
.
the 1
I '. |. '
, reult Cou I
- \: ... .; 1 1
.1

1 ... d seal
; 1 mil Florid
! \l:i I' BRINKER
1 ,111
Dade I in1
l{ M M-
'
iKitm a 11 -
for P ter
. 1 x I Hink IJull
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRCBATE DIVISION
No 73-442
J. GWYNN PARKER
Estate i.f
M OLNSBl'RO
In ill':
nil
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All '"; 'I loi. .nl VII Persoi II.n
Ing 1 lainiu or 1..... nidi Against Said
Estute;
You lice hcreb) notified and required
'" pri L'lain .. id di
w hicli i'iiii n ,
late "i Jl 'HN M HI...-: [Hi .. I
lati if Dadi County, Florida, t.. the
'In mi Jtul: .a I laili 1 '.-in.1 \. .,1 .1
file ill- 11 ill] ...-!.. tn
vided ii Florida Stat-
Uti
.1 Dad. County. FI.....I.
. ..... -..
' me 11.....' hereof, or
red
.7 (111)
'. I '
1. [OLD K. OINSIU'RO
\- 1: ui
if I';"- I '-, I. .
,1
\ 1: DEVINS
foi I ,. utor
:

16-23 3 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .....
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fn'liimus name ..
MARGARET Al'AKTM NTs at 1561
Ix-nox Avenue. Miami Beach, JTwJ""
Intendr to register said name wll
Clerk "1 the Circuit "urt
County. Florida __. .....
GARY ASSOCIATES. 1N( .
Florida corponttlop
By; Hait\ White, President
NELSON i FELDMAN. 1
Attorneys for Gary A
113S Kan.- Concourse
Miami Beach, Fla 331 1
,if Dade
loclates, In,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-772
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In re Estate of
JEAN JINDRA
T.. Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
You are hereby notified and required
present any claims and demand
to
2 23 3 2-1' l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIiKI'.N OH EN that
the uml.'..-nrii.il desiring *" ''
business under the fictitious nami or
.,.! Itart.v Fashions at i.l" \\
il street Mlatoah. vu iniei.,1 '''-
.,,.- with the Clerk ol thi
uri i.f l'aiie County, 11 "iida
Miguel 1 in
Mabel Oarces
Rodolfo Car..-.....
* 29 H 2-1' 1K
later said
1 uit O
which "u may have againsl the es-
tate of JEAN JINDRA deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judgi ol Dade County and file
the same in duplicate ami as pr 1 1
In section 733 '-';. FI' rldn Statutes, In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time "i the
fust publication hereof, or the same
w ill i"' bam .1 ...
Dated a 1 Miami. Florida, this '.'
da) 1" February, A.D 1973
Sanford 8. Faunce
v- Executor
Flrsl publication oi this notice on
the 16th da) "f Fehruai y. 1973.
V MM'K. FINK FORMAN
I5(i2 11 great Bids Miami. Fla.
::'1"'1'' I i.;-j:: :< 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLOR'PA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO 73-3949
COMPLAINT TO QUIET TITLE
NOT'CE OF ACTION,
CHARLES OEHTI HR, ai .1
Hll DA OERTI ER hi* ife.
.
vs.
\ I 1 IF THE HEIRS, DKVISt-'ES
1 I'.; VTEES, AND THE til v .
ASSIGNEES. I.IENOIH CRED
TRUS l'i:i:s OB IT1IER 1 I W'TS
CL.MMIN'l BY. Til 1" H (HI, C> HER
' : VOA1NST I'ATH KP.INK BAR
BARA M II \i: M -' KNi .'. \s
CASSIE B MacRAE. DIVI'AS
ivh \i: \; S'ST > LI HAV-
ING OR C| MING
OR 1
PRI IPEKT1 HEREIN DESi IBBED.
1 v .. Ian'-
T( All OF THE HEIRS I .1 1
SEE, I EG \TEKS \ND THE
GRANTEES, VSSU I v'EES.
LIENOBS. CREDITl iRS
TRC8TBES I 'H ITHEI!
'' AIM.'.NTS ("I MMINi; RY,
THROrOrl I'NDER "H
AO \INST CATHERINE It )R-
BARA Ma. Il \ K Al SO K V" WN
AS CASSIE II M K-RAE DE
CEASED. AND AGAINST Al I.
PERS' INS II v VINO HI C1 < IM-
INO VNY IIICHT TIT1 E 'It
INTEREST IN THE REAL
PROPERTY HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED, to Wit:
Tra '. Nine (Vi 'if '"'|< '"I" ill
of Section Thirty fSO), Townshln
Flft) -sei. n (57) South, R
Thirty-nine 1891 East of miwii
1 \vn & l-E\ El "PMEVT COM-
PANY'S Sub-dlvlslon, nepordlPH
. h man made hy the Biscayne
Ein.-itie.rinu ("unvniny C E and
recorded In Plal Book B, on Page
li> in the Office "f Ihe Clerk ..f
Ihe Circuit < -tirt in ami for Dade
Curl v 1 "'. -I '
You. and < vou, see notified
that a Complalnl to Quiet Title to the
:,\.\, ii.-.-rii,. ,1 prom rty has 1.....n
filed against you and you are re-
quired t.....r\. 1 .t'v ..f v..ni- writ-
ten defenses if nnv, to 1 lev flert-
ler Attorney for Ihe nla'ntlffs, m>......
address Is '" '' ] Ml" "1!
Beach. Florida .......'' the 01
inal with the :l" ahovi
-t\it-,1 i'..in 1 : or before (!"
of March, 1973: ntherwlei .. ludgment
may l". enteri ri m for th*
relief demanded In said Complaint to
nu'el title.
Bated al Miami Florida. 'In- II
da) of l-'-i-'iia-'v. 17S
RICHARD P BWIV'KER,
Clerk Clrcoll C -"t
Ri I SNEEDEN
Charles l lertli r Ban
Attorne) f-i' Plaintiffs
4"11 I iii.-.iln Rond
Miami Beach Florida Mi^ a ,,,,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CON vE SERVICE
IN Tf UIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL A.-.TION NO. 73-3963
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i\ RE Tl M '
DONALD S iREE.N LE \ I". II11
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 73-3463
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF,
PEI lit) 1 SANTIAOI -I l: .
Un- band
and
RAM" INA SANTIAOI I.
\\" 1 f .
T" I HAM' iNA SANT1AI l''
Residence unki
YOP ARE HEREBY XOTIK ID
' thai 11 for 1 Hssoluilon "t M
rlage hi been fill (I againsl \ u
' you are 1 equlred lo servi a 1 OP!
vour ritten defi f an), ',- II 1
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCoN. a".,.-_
for Pi-tltloner, whove address 1-
S W -ii. Si Suite U>!'
Ida 33 1 Hi- B4S.1i and file Ihi
il with (la- li k of the ai. v-
- .1111 ....... before Mar, li .
I'.;:. ,. 1.. 1 1 .. del lull 'II he -
I you I e rellel
in.in.! .1 In 'li' ompla ul 01 n- til
Thii ed e
... V. ,
|n THE JEW ISH It IR1DIAN
\\ ITN ESS m) 1 ind slid il I
of -.,1.1 courl it M laml, 1' rlda
.: Li % .a Fi h
RICH VRI 1 I' DRINKER
A- Clerl Cli 'Ull '' urt
Dad. F.....la
\| KISSEE
I lePUl' Cli
. -i 1 ,1 : --
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON
h Street. Sulti
1 mi ,.,!-.,
,\pi
MIT HELL .' LIPC< >N ^ ........
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-174
In RE: Estate of
DAVID REIZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All '
,,!!
II..I
1 II GKEEN1 EAF Wife
'il 1: ORFENLEAF
< I fill I,
1:. '.. Vorth C Rn7
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
f Mar-
1 ,- !...,-, filed againsl -11 and
v -u .11. 1. .,-i;- -l '.- rve......P) of
\our written defi tisca. if any. I" it
oil DAVID M 0ON8HAK". nl-
1. 1 Petltl ner I" 11 address Is I4v;
\ 1' Tils-'.. Mi a1
fill ihi nriii with the clerk of
ihi nho) styled courl before
March a di faull
1 11
mandei lalnl or
- n
I i once
.; i-elltive wi okv
THE JEW ISH FI OR1D1AN
...
u Florida on
u rv,
RICH MID P BRINKER
A- Clci.- Circuit 1 'oui t
11 .1. 1 -.1 i\ F ia
R> I! M KISSEE
As 1 v Cli rk
J (Circuit Court S 1
' DAVID '! G( 'NSH \K
1 ; \ \\ "III S
Miami. Floi
Vttorney l"i Peiiil.uier
; 23 T 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' OIVEN Ihat
the undersigned, di siring to eni
business under the fictitious name .'
SEYMOCR HOTEL AND APART.
I MENT8 ni M5 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida Intends lo raj
naid name 11ti the 1 lerk "t On
uit Court of Dade County ri."i'la
HANCOCK INDl'STRIES, INC
., Florida corporation
Rj 1 ...-:. 11 Yavlts, Vice President
Nelson \- F< Idman. P A
Attorne) for
Hancock Industrlei Inc.
11 Earn 'onci urse
M,oml l:" h '" muSin 3 2-9-1*
,.,. ,,| I 1, II'..:... AgC II. t
'you are hereby notlfli .1 aiid r. qul ed
1,, pn i. 1 auj cl .mi- an.1 dema
which v.'it ma) hav againsl the 1 -
, of I ..wil 1 REIZ dei ,"-i -t la.....f
Dade Count) Florida, to the Cln
Judgi Dade 1 "ount). and file
name in duplicate and a- nrm ided in
Section 7:i."i 16. Florida Statutes,
ih. ir offices in the Count) Courtno
in Dade County, Florida, within ^
,-al. nilai monthv 't'i'tn the inn,- of '
hereof,
the bii
Ihis
7-.il
tir-i publication
will l" barred .
Dated at Miami Florid
, February. A D IWJ.
HERMINIA REIZ
Aa Bxi utrlx
publication ..f this notlci
1 da) "' Febi uar) I9Z3,
HENRY NORTON
n for Estate
1 :;";" 1/9-16-23 fl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II it
undersigned, desli Ing 10 ng: -
i" ..... under ih. ,,''!;'.".:;.'r1... .
MELALECCA IXNESTMEN -
COMPANY iNi Ini-orporatedl
uumher l" \\ Flaglei Street, In I
1 iu ol Miami. Florida It ti nd
ime mill 'I' '. '
o| the Circuit Court ol 1...... oui ,
i al Miami. Florida, thla I h
da 1 February. 1973.
Alfred D Bie
Pegg) Blele)
2 16-23 I
ihi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
in, undersigned, desiring to engag'
business under On fictitious name
m:i-i .1: ASSOCIATES at 1201 :
Street. Miami Beach. Fla Intwuta to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade ('..(( .
Florida
Sole 1 ner
RACHEL 1> LEVINH
K Itne) \- Kroop
Attornes b for applicant
Suite 312. ti" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. j /j..i
NOTICE I MHFR FICTITIOUS
NAMT I AW
\, .Ti, 1; HY Ol VEN thai
Ihe undei
0 ,].,, l.ii under thi ....... '' mi
, 1 .. 1 \ El PI I I'M 1 \ TS
nl I21S 1 Irexel \ v enui tl m Bi ach
pi Ida n lendi lo n ""
with thi "' '! Coui
1 ,,. 1 .. -, ii,.. '-a .
HANCOCK INDl'STRIES INC.
;i FlO' la COI '
i:\ 1 'I Ys Pres
Nelson .< Feldman, P A
V |.,i :..\ foi
Hancock Industries. Inc.
PiU Kan.' ('..ii.-.'ii'-.'
Miami Baaoh. El.,11.la ^ ( ^ L, ,, ,,.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN U
the undersigned desiring lo engagi it]
huslni -- under the fictitious name il
THE TOWERS OF WEST1 AND in
,1 1. b THE Tew i:ks OF W Be" -
1 \nii. al Dade County, Florida
.- regtster said name Ith
Clerk 1.1 the Circuit Court "( 11 W
County, Florida ___._
THE Tt)W BBS OF w EST1 AND '
B) 1 .ui- Felipe de la Crus,
Presldenl
HARRIS A SIRKIN. PA.
\tt..l 11. \ foi Annla alii
I lade Federal Hulldlng
Miami. Ei-rids .1.1m f/u t ,


Page 10-B
*Jenist Fk>ricf$ann
Friday, March 2,
1
\
1971
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTIC:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS |
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that;
th undersigned, desiring to engage in (
business under the fictitious name of
ARI.ENE ARM8 APARTMENTS at
215 :iIh Street. Miami Reach. Florida |
I Intends to register Bald name with the!
Collins ,-ierij 0f the Circuit Court of Dade
Avenue. Miami lleaeh. Fin. intends toI^.OUIltv p~|4.rni-t
register said names with the Clerk GARy ASSOCIATE* INC.
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKKI1Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
PAVILION MANAGEMENT ASSO-
CIATES and PAVILION INTERNA-
TIONAL RECORDS at MT3
Rites Feb. 24
For Pearl Roth
Here 54 Years
Obituaries
Roth, a resident
years, tliod Feb.
Florida.
PAVILION INTERNATIONAL.
INCORPORATED
2 9-16-23 3 2
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 "f
EMANUEL P. OREENBERG
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of EMANl'EL P. GREENBERG.
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, i" ilu Circuit Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate aid a.- provided in Section 782.-
16, Florida siatutes. in their offices
in tlie County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six call ndar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida this 9 day
of February. A D 1973.
KATE OREENBERG
PR MARTIN OREENBERG
As ESxecuti it
First publication of tiiis notice on
the It day of February. 1978.
JOSEPH SCHMIER. Esquire
Attorney for Bxi cutora
i ns Lini oln Road, Suit. 8
Miami Beach. Fla.
] 16-21 1 2-t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
the undersign! d di ffi In
busini i under the fli til us name of
GOOD ENTERPRISES Bl i 0
Smith. 1301 Pom fl< Leon
Coral Oabli s, Fla Intend t"
with Ihe Clerk of
tin i in uit Courl of D O untj.
la
.MM.T' iN C GOi >DMAN
CI'RTIS SMITH
MILTON <" 0O< IDMAN
Sml-i' d Enterpi
Bl b caym Building
M am Fla 83180
: l<
a Florida corporation
By: Harry White. President
Nelson & FeMman, PA.
Attorneys for
Gary Associates. Inc.
113.". Kane Conrourse
Miami Reach, Florida 33134
! 23 3 2-9-lfi
Mrs. Pearl L.
' i of Miami for 54
| 21st of a heart attack in South
Miami Hospital.
Mrs. Roth, of 9143 SW 77th
Ave., was a native of Savannah,
CSa. After her marriage to Nat
Roth in Jacksonville, they came to
Miami on their Itoneymoon and
j stayed.
They operated a dress shop on
Ihe site where Richard's downtown
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
VIRGILKVS EXCLUSIVE FASHIONS Department Store now stands.
ai 8350 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. I <_ __,, u_ u..cKH ..-
Fla, 38187 intends in register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol
Dadi County Florida.
MARIA A. OI.ANO
2 23 3 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6509
(formerly County Judge's Court)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstati i I
ABE ACKERMAN
I ii ceased
She and her husband were
charter members of Temple Israel
in Miami. She also was a member
.if the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans and she
worked for the American Red
Cross during World War II.
Mrs. Roth is survived in addi-
tion to her husband, by a son,
Stanley H.; two daughters. Mrs.
Millicent Spilka and Mrs. Bernar-
dine Tucker; a sister. Mrs. Mac
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Againsi Bald | /jiomberg: eight grandchildren and
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
Quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
! the e-i.n. of ABE ACKERMAN de-
ceased late of Lucerne County, Penn-
sylvania, to ihe circuit Judges of
Pad, County, and file the same ill
duplicate and as provided in Si
7SS 16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
flees in the County Courthouse In
Dade County Florida, within sj\ cal-
months from the time of the
firsl publication hereof or the same
will be barred
i ed at I'pper Lehigh, Pennsyl-
vania, this 31st .lay of January, A l>
I97S
Benjamin Martin Ackerman
Af Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notlci on
the !. day i ( F< bruary, 1978.
I.aw i IFFICES IF
\ jay CRI8TOL
Attorney for Ancillary Executor
.'1 X E First lie
.Miami. Florida
2/9.14-83 3 2
one great-grandchild.
Services were held in the Gordon
Funeral Chapel on Friday.
SALIT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
U ut d< rslgned gage In
bu '-- under the fictitious name <<
APCOA Bl 4"" N W 54th Sir.el. Mi-
ami, Hade County. Florida intends to
register said name with th Clerll of
u C urt "f Dade Counts.
Pli rlda
[IDA U'Tl I P VINTINO, INC.
r Mori H Rosi President
K' iMMEL. Rl lOERS. U IRBER A
' K.MAN
Road

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign^
iniler the I u
! I'PHi 'I STERY & SEAT COV-
t 524 S.W Streel Miami
p ntend to rea ,f name
nil Curl of
ountj i'
RAl'L D F( ".
RAMON ESTRA1 v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1:TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 73-2995
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAGE >F
ROMI'LO REYES, JR., HPSRAND,
AM> CATHERINE GCVERMONT
Rl i:s. WIFE
VOU, Catherine Guvermonl Reyes,
i,i 320-5( Street, West New
Yi rk. New Jersey lrJ08, are
;. an Answer to the Petition for
Marriage Dissolution with the cierk
f thi^ Court .mil serve a copy then
of upon .1 <" Lausael, your husband's
lawyer, 1770 (4) West Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida 8S18S, not later than
March 19. 1973. otherwise a Default
will be entered against you for relief
sought for. Dated: 7 February lsTI,
Miami. Florida.
KI.HARD P 11RINKF.R. CLERK
By: R. M K1S8EE
Deputy Clerk. Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
2 16-81 3 2
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
General Jurisdiction
Case No. 73-3941
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
Ai;> ISTINI i M GREG" IRIO.
Husband.
-I rid-
MaIU"I',IK HI GREG) iIUO.
Wife
T1' Marjorle DI Gregorio
Hampton Plat e
Freeport, .v.-w York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .i Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It on
HARVEY" HIch.man attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 42" Lin-
coln Road. Suite -,"2 Miami Reach.
Florida M1S9. and file the original
With the cierk of the above stvlod
court on or before 28 .March. 1S73:
otherwise a judgment may he en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Mid court at Miami. Florida on this
16 day of February, 1971
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
^__ Dade County. Florida
ZZT Bv: L. Sneeden
------- Deputy Clerk
*- 2/JJ 3t--1*
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
MARIA B I OMINGCEZ,
Plaintiff.
vs
ORLANDO la IMINGUEZ
' BNRKM'E ESTRADA AND
EVANOELINA ESTRADA AND
LEONII.O Gl TIERREZ AND
I K H IRES GUTIERREZ,
I lefi lid,mis.
Ti i ENRIQUE ESTRAD \ AND
EVANOEI.IN \ ESTRAD \
I Ml Sir. ft,
I < ',' v \". \\ J. v
T LE< 'Nil O GUTIERREZ AND
I M.i IKES GUTIERREZ.
Bergen Llni Avenue
rni'", i Ity, \. u Jel 'V
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ictlol ti Impi a trust and
l .!! i,i convi j lo thi
[y which you hold:
in mi thi unmi la
t -T.I. IHN A CAMPBELLS
LITTLE FARMS, aci i rd I to plat
thereof i pi; I Bool i
Pag. SI, of ih. Public Records of
1 lade Ci utm Florida
filed againsi you and you
required i" serve your written
.: any. lo n on LEE WEIS-
SENBORN attorney for the Plaintiff
whose address is Suite 401, Flagler
Building, 111 N K First Street. Miami.
Florida and fii.- the original on the
Clerk of Courl before March 83, 1973,
otherwise a Judgment may be en-l
t. red against y To be published once each week
for f..ur consecutive weeks in the
Frieda, S.">. of M.B. passed awa>
Thursday, a :>" year resident for-
merly ol .\ Y She was a life membt-i
of the Douglas Gardens Jewish Home
for the Aged, Hi nrletta Scold Ha-
dassah, Women's Auxiliary Mount
sinai Medical Center and Slsterh.....I
mple Emanu-EI She is sir
rived bj :: daughters. Mrs. Hannah
Frank, "i M B., Mrs. Nathalie Egerl
iral i iables, Mrs Claire Mi Ivln
,.f Palm springs. Calif Grandchil-
dren. Bernard Rosa of N MM. Mrs
Susan Smith of Miami. Mrs Joyce
Cheplak "f Miami, Mrs Ai In i
Kadomlya of Boston Mass Mrs.
Joan Fisher of Los Angeles, Calif
and 8 great-grandchildren Servlcesj
iv#re held Sunday at Riverside Chapel
1920 Alton Rd M.B., followed by In-
terment m Ml Nebo Cemetery.
ULICK. Sidney. 64, of Hallandale,
I..\ Hi
ZARETSKY. Sarah. 78, 907 Fan lid
Ave M it Riverside
ZWEIMAN. Dora, 69, 1665 Lincoln
Rii MR Blasberg
SILVER. Charles H 78. 3432 SW 3rd
Si Gordon.
STEBER. Tobye. 83. of Hallandale,
Blasberg
SHAFTER. Charl.s. 68, of M H.
I: f< I side
shear. Bruci A 2, l-'"". Marlposa,
Cora! Gables Blnsbera
Jeuitt
Jilemorial Gnapel
"JEWISH fi'\L'. D.'"(CrORS"
10CAL AND OUT OF STAY*
ARRANGEMENTS
1 947-2790 1
1338S W, DIXIE MWV N.M.
required JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN.
W1TNEISS my hand and seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida this It
day of February. 1978.
RICHARD P HIIINKER
Cl.rk of Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hv: P.. J. POY
as Deputy Clerk
LEE WBIS8ENBORN
Suite 401, Flagler Federal Bldg.
Ill N.E First St
Miami. Fla.
2/16-23 3/1-9
DAVIS. Lewis. >''. S701 Collins Ave..
M.B. Levitt.
DINSKY. Pearl. 54. of M.B. River-
side.
FINZ. Stella. 7". 177ii James Ave..
M.B. Riverside
GOTBAUM. LoulS, '" of Miami
Riverside. .. ,.
GROSSMAN. Adolph. St, of M.B.
Levitt.
LUND, Ix-na. S3. 1116 Collins Ave..
M.B. Riverside. ..
MATISOFF. Harry. 7t. 17j0a N. Hay
Dr.. M it Gordon
ORNSTEIN, Helen, of Hallandale.
Levitt. Interment Ml. Sinai
PEARL, Mayer, 77. of M.B Newman
SASSOON. Kay E 71. of M U. River-
side Interim nl Mt. Nebo.
TOLL. lj'Uis. 61 Of C"ial Cables.
Riverside. Interment Mt Nebo
FERER. Irving. 63. of s^'J Byron
Ave. MB. Gordon. ....
GOLD. Joseph, SO, of Lauderhlll.
Blasberg. ....
LEVINE, Sam. 73" Pennsylvania Ave .
m b Blasberg .,
MILLER. Maty. 161, of Surfslde,
Riverside.
Montague. Esther, 66, of >i b,
NORMAN,'Harry. 77. 2371 Collins Ave.
M B. Blasberg. ,,
ROSENBERG. Iuis. lio. Of Ilallan-
dali Rlasbcrg. _
ROSENBERG. Isadora 67. "I M B.
New man.......... .
SLOTCHIVER. Sadie. .'... 261 BVt ad
Rd Gordon
STERNLIEB. Donald, 4.. 4.44 >E
1st Ct. Blasb.rg
STillerman, Beatrice, .1, of M.B
N, w tnan.
THALER. Murray, of M B Rlvi I -
side Int. rm< at Star of David
BLUM. Matilda. 7:.. 1"" Lincoln Rd .
M H Riverside __.....
COBLER. Harry. B7. 829 SW 19th
\\,. Cordon interment Ml Nebo,
GREENBLATT. Samuel F 80, ol
N.M B. Rivet- Ii
jOFFE, I it Si ymour, 11
Avi c.rdon Interment SI ti
KLEIN. Eva, 61. 16701 NF. -'1st Av<
N m B Blasberg
LEWY, Hem IS ''" olllns A\
M.B Rlversldi
lodish, Hyman, '-. of M B M w-
man
LONDON. George Jr
Club Dr M B Bia-i" rg
MARGULIES. Henry, 72. 6SSS Rue
Versailles, M B Blasberg.
NUDLEMAN. Adolf, ''.7. of M B.
Newman
ROSEN. Samuel. 77. "f Miami River
SPECTOR. Milton H 82, 27".'1 NF
Kurd si N M.B Blashera
STERNBURG. James M ,77,
West Ave M B Riverside.
YOURDON. Hilda It 71 of Bay
Harbour Islands Rivet
ZEITLIN. Sam. 68. 11"." NE I91sl St
Cordon
COLLER. Mas. 63, 111 S l.una CI .
N M It Blasl.. rg
GILBERG. Jean. 76 of Baj Harbor
Island. Levitt
of M.B.
muai
if
GOODMAN. Dorothy.
Levitt.
GORDON. Joseph. 74. of Mil. River-
sido, Interment Ml Nebo.
GREENFIELD. Rosalie. 4-. 1980 SB
167th St Blasberg.
KRINSKY. Samuel. 74. of M II
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
MILLER. Rachel F. of M.B. River-
side Interment Mt. Nebo.
NATHANSON. George, 4v of M B.
Riverside, Interment Mt. Nebo.
NERNBERG. Louise, M. ,.f M B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
RUBEN. Nathaniel J.. 74. of N MB.
Riverside.
ADLER. Hairy, 66. 1010 Mth si .
MB Riverside
BIBEN, Benjamin. s. v!.r, SW 72nd
Ave. Riverside
FARBER. Philip, Bl, 71.". Michigan
Ave. M.B. Riverside
LANG. Haz.l. 81. 17600 NE Mh Ct.
Riverside
MEYER. Ida. M. of MB Riverside.
OSTERER. TilUe. 12, "f M B. River-
side
SCHAFFER. Samuel. 83, 1700 W.
Dixie llwv.. N.M B Rlversldi
TANZER. Joseph. 80, of m B River-
side
VINOCUR. Slnrl.y. 68, of Sum II
Levitt.
WEIDENBAUM. Sadie sj of M It.
New man
cohen. Hyman A., 72. I5S1 \r.
Miami tin rd. ns I>r Rlversldi
COOPERSTEIN. Hyman, 78, 1400
i i, .in 1 it M B Crdon.
DOLGON. Ruth, of Miami Springs.
I., vitt
DUBIN. Cold,,.. ". of M B Rlv< i -
side.
heilbrun. David, 85, 7210 SW c"rd
Plata Cordon
levinsky. Morris. 71 of Pom n
Beach. L. vltt.
PREDINGER. P.arl (Polly), I) 1701
NE 142nd SI fiordon Interment Mt.
Nl bo
RUBEN. I ion :- of M.B Rlvi di
RUFER. Harry v.. of M B Newman.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open tvery Dor Clsietl Jobbolh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mion.i'j Only Strictly Jewiih
Monument Deolrr
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbath
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 72-21156
NOTICE OF ACTION
In Re: The Marriage t>f
BONNIE FAYE PORTER.
Wife.
and
ARTHUR H Kit BERT PORTKR JR
Husband.
TO: ARTlirR HERBERT
I'liRTER. JR
TOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for dissolution of marriage ha.-
been filed attains! you and you are
required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to It on LEVEN-
SON & HIch.man. the wife's attor-
neys, Whose address is 19 West Flag-
ler sir.et. Miami, Florida, S3130, on
or before March 29. 1H73. and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court, either before service on the
Wife attorneys (,r immediately there-
after; otherwise, a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on February IS 11.73
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk of the Court
By C. P COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LEVENSON A RICHMAN
Attorneys for Wife.
IS West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130
f305) 371-1522
2/2S 3/2-S-16
>
EMANUEl GORDON
1877-1946
V/wr J y
HARRY GORDON
1903 1964
rust
THAT THE GOODNESS AND KINDNESS IN EMANUEL GORDON
AND HARRY GORDON WHICH HAS COMFORTED THOSE IN
NEED IN THEIR BEREAVEMENT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN WITH US
3k
Jam*
t_^Orv/ot
I Jj. Cjc-rt
iion
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
1
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Friday, March 2, 1373
^Jewisii Fhridfi&jn
Page 11-8
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1
LEGAL NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ThT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
NERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 7.:-2844
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
R. The Marriage of:
TERTO mam i;<. w MA.VZA,
lu-l-arul ami GLADYS POZO
. \\x.\. wife.
lil.APVS POZO .M.MA.VZA
tnn M; Termino Pun io Padre
I Tie lite. I "ulin
[YOV Alii: HEREBY notified that a
riition for Dlaaolurlon of Marrlac-i
been filed against >ou. and sou
hereby required to serve a copj <
u answer or other pleading to the
I i on ll" Husband's attorney
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
ii M.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Finr-
135, and fi.<- the original with
Cierk of the aho
! foi > this 12
or h default will be entered
linM v'iu.
DATED this 6 'lav of Fehruan
KICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk "f the Cir.uit Court
BY: C. 1.. ALEXANDER
J 9-16-23 .1 2
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IJNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB mi.iCEi-Y OIVEN Hint
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
III -n.ess U' il. -I thl !: litmus Hall:. :
PAI Ml X ASSOCIATES al 1497 N'orth-
w m 7th Street. Miami, Kiorlds 33123
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit i nun of Dadi
County, Florida
Shi Idon a Palley
1l7 \ W 7th Stn t. Miami. Fla.
Jni k Munueh
7H Si vi..|,I Building. Miami. Ha.
Sheldon tl Palley
Attorney for Paluran tsnolates
I4'.'7 x ,W 7th Street, Miami. Fla.
:: 2 I II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
bu ..... nnd.T the I tltlnus names of
styled court, haI'.I.i COMPANY (Not Incorporated);
y .r March, Dl'Roc COMPANY fNot Incornnr-
a ted) ,i i umber 19 VV Flagli r Bl
No 111, in the Its of Miami. Florida.
Ini nd to register ihe said names
1873
i i,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-2865
NOTICE OF ACTION
ANCEL PEREZ and
MtMEN Ml'NOZ PEREZ, his wife
(iff.
vs.
S] 'H >;i 'I I iBERlJ ami
A i .<'! DBERO, hi~ ,f...
Defend i
.11 SEPH 'I' 'I I 'BICRi;
il> v : i DBERO his wlfi
I;, sidi noe I'nknnu n
I" AIM: HEREBY NOTIFIED
i an action to cam s mortgage on
following described property in
li i 'mint) Florida
Block 33, of REVISED
with Ihe Clerk ..f ih
Pad. County. Florida
Dated al Miami
dav of February. 197!
Alfred I) B !' agy Bit le>
uii Court
Florida, this
v
I 9-14-2.1
.f
:;:!
ind
i
11" at OF CAROL CITY, accord-
line lo thl Phil thereof, as re-
rded in l"...t Book .".7. at Tare
if the I'll! He !{ nrds Of Dado
iunty Florida
I-. -'i filed against \<.u and > -n
required to serve R copy of vour
Mttet defi uses, if any, to i: on
Larry h teitblman. plaintiffs'
torney, whose address is ir.i* X \v
i Street. Miami. Florida, 33116. on
before March 14, i?t:i and file the
iginal thereof wi'h the clerk of
pi- rourt either befor
'Intlffs' attorney or
after: otherwise default win
entered against you for the relief
bnanded In the romnlHint.
laled at Miami, Florida this K da
Fi 11 nary, i!'7:i.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: I! M KISSEE
Deputy CU ';
I 9-16-23 :t 2
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 UK Estate of
-Till.ITS I IPSKY
Deceased.
^p All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
^^Kate:
HYou are hereby notified and re-
jejBir. *1 io present any claims and tle-
flfcin.l- whi.h vu may have against
Ih flat, of jrl.HS 1.1P8KY de-
^piisi'il late of Dade County Florida,
^Kl th. Cir.uit Judge of Pad.- County.
ni1 file the same in duiili. ate and
provided in Section 733.IK. Florida1
atutes. in their offices in Ihe Coun-
!* Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida within -i\ i-aleiidar months from
the time of the first publication
pert "f. -r the same will l>e barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this R day
I Fehruary. AD 197.1
SAIIE IJPSKY
SHELDON l.ll'SK V
JOSEPH I.II'SKY
FREDERICK H. I.II'SKY
As Exeeulors
' Filed at Miami. Florida, this 9 day
;f February. A D 197:1
. -Pii i:.ir bi.i i.m
afctlornev for estate
1'Jl Cn\ National Hank lildg.
**fc West Flagier St.
fMlaml Fla nilin
S-16-SJ .1-2
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 73-2533
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
PETITION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marrlai of
REIN Mil" VERGES.
I hi'hand.
mid
TERESA VERGES,
Wife.
TO TERESA VERGES
St North 6th A> nue
Mavw.....I, ChU ago, Illinois
Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dl solution of your
Mart ge has been filed and com-
nnm e.l In iin-- coutl and you are re-
quired i" serve n copy of your writ-
ten di fenses, if any, to It on HAROLD
CEASE. ESQ., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is .'7_'" West Flagier
Street Miami. Florid* and file Un-
original with the clerk of Ihe abi vi
styled ...urt on or before March it
1971: otherwise a default will he en-
servi.-e on I 'ered against you for the relief prayed
mmediateiv' for in the complain! or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the ^'il
of said court at Miami. Florida "ii
this 1 dav of February 197.1
RICHARD P RRINKER
As clerk. Circuit Court
Dade I "ouill \. Floi [da
R\ i' P Cl IPBI AND
As Daput) Clerk
Clr uit Court Seall
rlAI.CI.n CEASE. E8Q
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in undersigned, deslrins to engagi in
.m-iii. ss umii i- ii,,. iii i inu name
of ecus mai;.\/.ixi: at in; \ w
27th Avenue. Miami. Fin Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
.the Circuit Court of Dade County,
' Florida.
RAUL l: Ol.lVA ii
JOSE I LAZAGA :." .
nn- n .i o o 16-28 ::':-'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-666
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bsti.....f
ALFRED HELDENMl'TII
I ii-. i ased
To All Creditor! ami .\!l Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..r Demtnds Against Said
You an- hereby nntined and required
to present any claims and demand!
whi.h you may have against the es-
tate of ALFRED IIEI DENMl'TH de-
ceased late of Hade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file (he same in dunllcate and as
provided in Section 7:::i 16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
ih.- time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this :, day
"f Februarj.A.D 1973
HEXXV HELDENMCTH
An Executrix
First publication of ihis not
(hi 9 day ol Fobruarv, 1973
HEN RY Nl IRTI IN
Attorni \ lor Executrix
' i G Ills, avne Hull.Img
Miumi. Florida
o J.IC..J3 :; .<
on
2" West Flagier Street
ilia ii. Florida MISS
Alti rney for Petitioner
2 '..-10-23 3.2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ttri uinli rsic-i.-d. desiring lo engage in
t ii under l!'. fi. titlOUS name of
IrillME l'Hi il'EHTIES at 7848 B.W
7ih Terra, e. Miami. Florida intend
I. register said name with the Clerk
' tie Circuit Court Of Pade County.
I 'li
Will A HP P li INES
t;E' IRGE I: Si 'HINDELER
. IT Z M VRVIN
IRS i\ fi MARVIN
for PRIME PROPERTIES
7"7 \ W 72nd \( enue
Miami Fla o-l-O
2 16-13 .: 2-9
HI
I .'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-173
Iii RE: Estate .f
HITII AM RON
1 le, eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
".. am Creditors and AH Persons Hav.
uc Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required |
o present anv elaims and demands
whieh you may have against the es-
ate of Hi'Tll AMItiix deceased late
if Pade County, Florida, to the Clr-
uit Judges of Pade County, and file
he same ill duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 713 Hi Florida Stat-
Itea, In their offices in the County;
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
m. of the first publication hereof, or
h. same will he barred,
F!'ed at Miami Florida, this 20 day
.f February. A.D. 1973.
Max Anvon
Rii hard Km'on
Florence Vussbaum
As Executors
Flrsl publication < ihis notice on
he -nil ''riv of March, 19" I
Henry Not ton
tttoi nev for Estate
: I'.is.-avn. (holding
Ilaml. Florida JS130
:: 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-4666
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HE: THE MARRIAGE MARCELLA I \XE MANN
Wife
and
ill \ HI ES c MANX
Husband
TO: CHAHI.ES i MANN
lin Lynn Street
Blossburg. Pennsylvania 16912
Vi'l. CHARLES c MAXX. srel
hereb) noticed that an action for
Dissolution ..f Marriage has been
filed again-1 you and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of your writ-
ten defense if anv. to it on ARTHI'R
s DAVIS. Attorney for Petitioner.
M-ll.i I'.is. avne Building, 19 West
Flagier Street, Miami. Florida 33130,
and file the nriainal with the Clerk
of the above-styled Court on or be-
fore April 1. 1978. otherwise a De-
fault w ill be entered against you foi
tin re'lef demanded in the Complaint
'i i'. i Itlon
This Notice shall be published ..nee
eeh v i-ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE IE WISH FI ORIDIAN.
WITNEstS m\ hand and ihe seal of
-aid Court at Mianv Florida, on this
:'f, dav of February. 1*73
RII \ I'll P BRfVRER
as Clerk Circuit court
leote Ci.imtv Courthouse
pade County, Florida
l!v It M KISSEE
D.....cv Clerk
uit Court Seall
^ 2-fl-tfi-""
NuTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business uii'i. llu fictitious name of
AI'. 'I >A .' HI S U 7 ill -. .
Souih Miami. Dade County, Florida
intends to register said name with
the i 'l< ik .a ii,,. i ircull court ol
I lade 'nunts Florida
s.'I I'll l- l.l UilPA .\cTO
i'ainti:hs. inc
By Mwrti n II if.'en.'Fii si,i, nt
KHAIMEL. ROGERS, I.OKIIEH &
SH EN KM AN
12a I .iii' In Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
2 16 S3 ': 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1138
i" HE Estate ol
EVA BROWN.
I.....1SI .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i redltors ami All Persons Hav-
ing caim- or Demands Against Said
Estnl.
You are hereby notified and required
io present an) claims and demands
which you may have againsi the es-
lati oi EVA BROWN, deceased late
ol Dade County, Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judt. s ol Pad.- County, .nd file
the sain.- in dut.lie.it. and as pro-
vided in S..I,on 7:::: It.. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Pade County, Florida,
within s,v calendar month* from the
time of the tn-i publication hereof ".
ihe sani. will be barred
Dated .ii Miami, Florida, thl
dav of Fi I" uary A.D 197 I
\ \ VI-" I' [|R| i\\ \ ()l ipvYIX
RI'TH R .ICHPON
> JAY CRIST) >i.
vs i:-..., mm.
First publication of this notice on
ih. 2nd da> ; March, 1973
\ l a V CRIST) H.
lEGAv NOTKt
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3667
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE i
IX RE The MarrUuM nl
WILLIS III LING FLICK. Husbai I
and
AMANDA JANE FLICK. Wife
TO: AMANDA JANE FLICK
Residence I'nknown
Mil ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of M
riage has been filed against you
vou are reiiuil'eil lo serve a I'l'V if
\our written defenses, it anv, t" li .
MARTIN s SAXON, attorney for Pe.
titioper. wle.s. address \f Mlil X
I7ih Avenue Miami. Fla. 3312.1,
file the origrnal v :iij the clerk of
above styled inuii on or bel
March 22, 1973: otherwise a defi
will be entered againsi you foi
relief demanded in the complaint >r
pel it ion.
This notice shall be published oi
-oil week for four consecutive W)
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand and the seal 'f
said eouM a' Miami Florida on
14 dav of February. 1973
RICHARD i' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit i "out t
Pad.- Count \'. Florida
By c l' ci iPELAND
As Penulv Clerk
i. 'Ircull i "ourl Seal >
MARTIN S SAXON
1461 X W 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33125
Telephone: 633-9743
Al torney for Petitioner
Willis 11 uli n v: Fill li. Hushand
2 16-23 ::
-.- for n<
:l Northeast Flrsl Avenue
. i ami. F......Is :;.:;.'.!
j ., -,, 23
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIM'NARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Ot The State Of Florida
TO A LI TO WHOM THESE PRES
i:\TS SHAM, COME. GREETINGS:!
Whereas. ROBERT K CANTY Bos-
ton. Massachusetts: Wll.l 1AM T.i
DOYI E JR.. Boston, Massachusetts:
FRANK It PA VIS Boston, Massa-i
.-husetts did on the 27th day ..f
April, A.D. 1971 cause lo he Incor-
...,,,' undi th< Ian "t the Staf
..f Florida MINI-THEATRES xn 23.
INC a i..-..o. a i'on. with Its principal
ilace of buslm k al Miami Beach. Dade
i ir u in the State of Florida, and
u-hereits such corporation did on the
nth dav ..I Februal I \ I 1973 i ause
to he filed in the office ol the Depart-
ment of state of the State of Florida
ih.- documentary authority required
under Section BOH.IT, Florida Statutes,
slowing the dissolution of such cor-
poration .
Vow therefore th. Secretary of
st.,i. do. s herebj eertlfj lo the fore-
gfdng and that he is satisf.....hat
renulrements the law
. nmnlled with.
ih)
lie. 11
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 73-3563
GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Marriage of
ANTHONY Rl< HARD PANE,
Husbai. '.
and
CAROLYN PANE.
Wife
' '( ': Carolvil Fane
s Reed Drive
l leer Park, New York
. o Parii
Y) ic ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has he.i filed against v iu
you are reoulred to serve a cons
vour written defenses, if any, li it '-a
i-Ail. KWITXEY. attorney foi I'.'i-
tioner. whose .,.1.1- .-s s i- Kv\lTxb\
KROOP Suite 512, I- Lincoln Roaa.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139. and -
the original with 'he .le-k of th. shove
stvied court on oi be.ore March :i.
IM otherwise a default dl hi -
i.-i.-d against vou for th.- reJlei
manded In the complaint or pi Itl u
This notice shall be published
.-a. h we.-k for four consecutive wee -
,,i THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS inv hand and the
,,, -.,i,i court at Miami Florida
(Clr
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
fNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4.?56
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION

,| with Ol sain nimi .........w,--.
nrVEN und.r mv hand thl IS day of Febiyary. 1973_
Tallahassee, the Cardtal. "^' "sv,K K\
jj.jj.rt, ..., ....,- of Feb. Bv KM BDEN
RICHARD i PICK i ST) >NE
s. cretari of State
.1 3'73
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAI CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 73-4592
GENERAL JURISDICTION D'V.SION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Al PERT STEPHEN OPOLKA.
Husband
IIIHBIPII MARINO anil
TO JOSEPIH MARINO PEHHA YA'ONNH OPOl KA.
K^riles'lo,;' ^;r;::::,.,,'- v.'.' pehha yvonne optvKA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Reslden
that nn action for Dissolution of Mnr-
. Cir.uit ,'ourt Seall
PAl'l. KWITNEY
KWITNEY KROOP
suite ;,u 42ft l.inroln Road
Miami Pea. h. Florida SS1S9
338-7376
Attorney for Petitioner
1 *>-_J
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: MARRIAGE I IF
IAN1CE MARINO.
nl
I to
in the circuit court.
prceate division, in and for
cade county. florida
in probate
No. 72-6r>26 (DowlingA
In RE: Estate of
BERO' Kit IMV8EN Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate
You are hereb) notified and reoulred
to t resent any claims and demands
which vou inav have airainsi the estate
' BERGLJOT JENSEN deceased late
.' Dade County. Florida, to the Circuit
Judges of Dade County and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in.
their offices hi the County court-
house in P.ole County. Florida, within
*i\ calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
s-ime w ill he l.arred.
P.ii.d at Miami Florida, this M day
of January. A P 197.1
-li IHX JENSEN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the lt.Hi dav of February. 1973.
WALLACE X MAER
Mlo-mey for Executor
1411 \'W 14 Ave Suite One
Miami. Florida. J312S
2 16-23 :i 2-9
NOTICE ur ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-4348
1ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i V i i
. 'cui .i AS .1 N'AGI.I EKI. JR.,
Husband
and
, MIEN v NAOI I EH I ife
'. i: K 'RENA X OI IER1
' ..... Ravlleh Wsv
Baltimore. Maryland
ynr ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIED
hal .... action for Dissolution "f Mar-
'.!.:. has been filed against you and
vou are reoulred to serve a copy of
vour w.'.'.n (lei'eii-.-s ii any. lo n
n DAVID '" STOVE, aii"......v for
f.ailli.i...-. whos.. arldress Is 1"! N W,
'Mh Avenue. .Miami FUir'da, ami file
'.. or u-'nai with the clerk of the
I.,... st\-i,-d court on "r before \o.il
i 1973: otherwise a default will be en-
......'I ."ail"' you for Ihe relief de-
p.....t-'il in ih. "-pvlaiiii nr petition
This notice
rtage has been hied against vou and
vou are reoulred to serve a copy of
your v.iiiin defenses, jf any. to it nn
"A\ P ENOEL attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose addresi is iti.i x w 17th
Vvenui Miami Florida, and file the
nrlglnal with ih. rlerk of ii" <<
Mtvled court on or befon April 6th,
1973 otherwise default will he en-
tered against you for ihe relief de-
manded In the comnlalnt nr petition
This hall be otilill hi .i once
.:.. '' .-..'. f,,- f...... ronsei-utlve Weeks
in I'M c JEWISH FI oinpi \x
WITVESS mv hand ml Ihe S<"1
! court nl Miami Florida on this
I da> '.....n '' "'7 '
Rirll \RD P BRINKER,
\ c, .i. i 'Ircull 'ourl
I ijirln ir" i Pii.rlds
B\ It E SHFA
\. I.......I, t'lerk
i ni' ..Ill l S-al I
_.'..' r.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-2960
(Judge Blantonl
Formerly County J ,dge' Court
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MA KB
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE Estate of
.1I1.1A C SHEA
Deceased. .... ...*
NOTICE is herehv riven that 1 IU"
filed m\ Final Report and Pi '
' riMWbe c^nfeVsedby ^D&utlon -^ JRU Ws.
'" ---- I- HKA deceased: and thai on the
1 dav of Marih. 1973. will aPPly I ,
Honorable Circuit Courl Jmlee -f
< uni y, Florida, for appr v
"P\ of vour an-v.
solution "f Mariiae. filed :;.'" -' "
on husband's atlornev. UKinti.l'.
X1CHOI AS 612 X W IJth Avenue
Miami Florida 33136, and file original
with Clerk of ibis Courl on or i" fore
v,,,,l 1973, otherwise the I
HATED '' b ':' '"' ,
RICH MID P BRINKER Clerk
|,\ p Cl HEY. P C
.. ..... -.
the
..'., ,i Report and for dlstribui i IJ
n f,a| dis'ha.i;- ai Exei u rix .
the estate "' tl nb .ve-named : -
notice: IINOSH FICTITIOUS
N'VE I AW |.,, 0f Jat uary. '
m.i-.i: IS HEREBY OIVKN RI'TH LINDSAY, Executi
in I. desh ] uKiis \i;i. A w IEDER
!V.ii-.ii: T \x r.AHCEi .' .; :: S VV
3rd Street. J Fla
,. ; iam. with Ih. Clerk ol the
Cirvull Coui i it.le C.ei
PETER BAR) I- "
A v
in Road
, Rea. h. F orida 139
IN THE CIRCUIT CURI OF the
ELEVENTH JiinTmi CIRCUIT
!N >'" FOR
DADE COIIMTV Fi ORIDA
IN PROBATE
rgo 7?-"nc
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I.. I" !.- I.- .1.. ..'
I.EXA GINANDES
l>. -------1
To All Creditors and All !'. rsnn*
ins- Claims or P.-mauds Against Bali'
Estate
You an- in.....by notified ami re-
nuired In nresenl anv claims and de.
in.ii.is K-hleh von nun hav. nruln
the i Mte of I SNA OIN \ S'l lES de
.eased l,,l, ,,f I >:. 1. Connlv C'oll'la.
ti. the Clrcuil Judges of Dsde Coun
shall I"- "iiiil.-hed ...." tv, and 'tie the sain* in d.i"li.'a'e an-'
as' provided In Seel..... 73 ": Plot Ida
I Statutes, in the County Courthouse In
pad.- County, Florida within six cal-
snriai months from the time of the
. first put.liraMoii hereof, or the s
' will be bat red
Dated ai .Mi:...n. Florida, this ph.
day of January n '"
PHY LI IS cha/.ax
As Executrix
Firsl pun'i. alion of this notice on
Mi. 2nd dai ..I February. I97S,
Kommel Rogers, Lorber &
Shi i.kmall
Attorneys for Kxe-'Mtrlx
ij.i i.ini.dn Road, Miami Beach, Fla
..' 2-9-16-21
NOTICE I ."-< FR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\. ITU 'i: IS H FHFRV fllVEN
I lie ni"1- i l( in I di It igi It
',........s- i;i .'. ttoHl oil" i '' "I
n\ IER \ Tl iWRRS Cl "Nl IOM1N I'M
Suit. 7 S l>olei..nd Bni'li
vard. Mi.ipv I"' Intends '......
said name wih Ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit
four- of pole di r......
RfVIER 8St)ClATFS '']
NOTICE UNDER FI-TITIOUS
NAME LAW
\'t iTH '!: IS HEREBY HIVES it
Hi, unders gm d. di siring lo .
husincs under Ihe fii iiii"iis n.nii.
i .in., i: m: al '' S w Ml' '
|. | |pti ih. I., n msi.
i, mi the ci.rk of Ih) Cli
Courl of I '.ni.- I "linM Florida
PEN A I. MAYS
ii Recke man
Attol p. % foi ......In ant
S \\" 3rd Avenue. Miami Fla
:: 2-9-16
I, ,ee.l. foe '.,..- eoi.s.-"i|i \-r We.'ks
.. thl- rcwsH triORIpiAN
IVITV'IB m. band "d 'he seal of
"i...... "mi. Florida on this
1 dav "' << ">73
I'll-" M'li r> miiVKl'll
... > c. !'. C'.. n'l .'.."rl
rV.lt. ....... Si.. .1:,
lly P M KTSfUFR
I M".....v Clerk
'flrewll foiirl Se.ll
nivm V t-T.tvi.- i.-s-.i
T.ive wwti'iii\. p A.
'"1 X W 1"ih Avenue
"->m' P'l.i- >
Attorney for Petitioner
3 J-9-16-12
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With ISABEL OKOVE
AND MRS. STATTMtK
Although June is considered the month for brides, with De-
cember a close second, from the number of anniversaries being
celebrated in the community this month, February and March
seems to have been the choice
of many couples around the
beginning of this century.
Alice and Adolphe Stattner
of Miami Beach, will cele-
brate their 60th wedding an-
niversary on Friday. March
9. An Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored in their honor in
the Sklar Auditorium of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid.
Originally from Montreal.
Can., the Stattners are the
parents of two sons. Bill and
Lou Stattner of Montreal,
and two daughters, Mrs. B.
Taylor of Montreal and Mrs.
Sy Halpern of Patterson, N.J., and 11 grandchildren.
Mr. Stattner is vice president of Temple Ner Tamid and a
member of the Masonic Order, Sudfside Lodge 31C>. a trustee of
B'nai B'rith North Shore Chapter, and of the Brandeis Zionist
District. He is also a member of the Bureau of Salesmens Na-
tional Assn.. a member of the Commercial Travelers' Assn. of
Canada and a member of the National Garment Salesman's
Assn. of Canada.
Mr. Stattner is retired but works for all these organizations.
^ *r &
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack. 15o5 I.cnox Ave.. were feted at
a 55th wedding anniwrsary family dinner on Saturday, Feb. 24.
The Macks, who were married in New York, have been in Miami
Beach for the past 50 years. Hosting the milestone celebration
was son Marvin, wife Elaine and their two teen-agers. Barry
and Nadine. TTie senior Macks have another son, Dr. Roy Mack
who moved to Atlanta recently with h's wife Suzanne. Thev hive
three sons of their own: Geoffrey, who is teaching in Fort My-
ers; Steven and his Harriet, both teaching here since September,
and Ronald, studying law in Macon, Ga.. along with his wife
l inda .The Mack family s i >i voh ^ to teaching; Marvin :- a
. .i instructor in the Dade County I astern.
.-.
A half century of married life lor Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Glasberg of 631 Jefferson Ave. They will be honored on Satur-
day evening, March 3, at the horn.- of their daughter and son-in-
law, Dr. and Mis. Myron B.
Cohen The couple, who were
married in 1923 in Ridge-
WOOd, Qiti-ei>s. will lie sur-
rounded by their other
daughUTs and sons-in-law:
Mr. and Mrs. George Zuck-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
AhraiDK, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert SOverman, and son. Dr.
Sidney S. Glasberg. They
also have 13 grandchil-
dren and a great-grand-
son Some 35 relatives and
close friends will help make
the occasion a memorable
one. Here since 1969. the
couple came from New
York where Mr. Glasberg
was assistant sales man-
ager for the Pechter Bak-
ing Oo. for 20 years. He
served as recording secre-
tary for 35 years at Congregation Agudas Israel, where Mrs.
<; was a trustee. She was also a member of Hadassah. Since
comine to Miami. Mrs. Glasberg has become a number of Pio-
neer Women. 'Tor devotion and service to Jewish causes," Mr.
G. has been honored by the United Jewish Appeal. Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies and the State of Israel Bonds.
b ( &
A reception on Friday evening. Feb. 23. was held in
honor of Mr. -and Mrs. Jules Goldstein. 5005 Co'Uns Aw., mark-
ing their 45th wedding anniversary. The couple has one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Stephen Lichtenstein. and four grandchildren. Lee,
Hoily. Paul and Matthew. Guests included Mrs. G's two sisters
and their souses. Fern and Jack Sacks of Miami, Molly and
Al Post of Hallanda'.e. Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. .Im' s kbram-ton of Manhattan Beach, N.Y. Hilda Madrid,
Mr. and Mrs. William Zuckerman, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Berko-
witz, Mrs. Sophie Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Balaban, all
of New Yo-k City. Many of those attending had been at the
couple'6 wedding.
"r -ft tr
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss, 1940 Biarritz Dr., are celebrating
their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday March 4.
Their children, Mr. and Mis. Gilbert M. Fein. Miami Beach,
and Mr. and m Arthur .1. Berman, North Miami Beach, are
honoring them with a r"cepti n and (tinner at the Embers
Their many friends and relatives, including eight grand-
children, are planning on making this a most joyous occasion.
Or
The Silver Salute to Israel, staged by tin- Jewish National
Fund, on Feb. '> at the FontaineMeau Hotel, brought about the
reunion of three old schoo'friends, who had not seen ea*h other
for 30 years The women, all former schooltea fhera, \ re r>t Hie
luncheon with their husbands: Dr. Sam and Sylvia Schiff. Mr.
and Mrs. David (Minna) Ellison, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete (Mar-
tha) Heller.
^ -fr -h
Pulpit honors will be accorded Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silver
Friday right at Temple Beth El in honor of their grandson. Dr.
Samuel Z. Jaffe will officate at the blessing of the child, Marc
Alan, son of Mrs. Silver's son, Gerald and Mrs. Goldman of Mor-
ton Grove, HI:
MR. AND HMS. GtASSEM
eTewislti Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, March 2. 1973
Section C
A Purim luncheon is planned March 18 by
the Chaim Weizman Branch of the Farband
Labor Zionist Alliance on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign. Luncheon committee
seated (from left) Zvi Kalisky. Morris Birn-
baum, Moe Levin, chairman, Manny Bur-
stein and Samuel Samet; standing (from
left) Joseph Okun, Bernard Furman, Mrs.
Jean Stolzberg, Sender M. Kaplan, Mrs.
Vera Belzer. Harry Chaet, Julius Rubinstein
and Mrs. Sonia Katz.
Residents of the Moorings recently held a
breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
which resulted in a 40 per cent increase
over the same gifts to last year's campaign.
Shown (from left) Col. David Levin, Israel's
assistant armed forces attache and guest
speaker at the breakiast; Hy Selig, Jack
Ziegelheim, 1973 CJA-IEF Moorings chair-
man; Irving Levy, 1973 CJA-IEF Moorings
cochairman; Lou Bonchick and Sidney
Schwarzbach. Henry Rose announced a spe-
cial gift in honor of his sister Mrs. Dorothy
Udell, who is now residing at the Moorings.
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Friday, March
Iff-
Belli Sholom To Salule
'Judaism Through Arts'
l:i celebration of it- 30th anni lion, commissioned in honor <>
j yi ,r. Ten >',- Beth Shol : Israel's 25th anniversary, will add
n ...'; la'ute "Judaism Through a special interns! and meaning to
the Arts" with a multi-faceted this tribute to Jewish art. Batik
exhibl sinning March 9. at making i~ an ancient art form
folio\ ing :-.'- at. which has now become verj pop-
1 i A nple.
Fiftj paintint o '-. .vatei i
lithiv 'aphs, and i aph es by
] rael .. lists: Itzhak Ka!sk>
Yi sha> ihu Sh infe Itzhak Kat i
Chain I '."!! ei a, Rina Ftotholsc,
M nia !.< n i i. Rina Efroni, Peri j
i I, Id Iiaruch Nachshon, Sho-
Safod, l tael Tumarkin,
Ri n R ihin and Marcel Yanco
will h show n.
In additi'in. "Art from a So I '
! on' bj Boris !' >nson will bo
shn This exhibit is being co
- c instiri d bj the South Fli iridi
(" : :i Sox let Ji wry an I
the \ an Jew ish i 'ongi es -
- P nson i- sti'.l in ;i Sovi' i
I : i- i:. His tinting.'! xxere seen th
I u fn im Russia b> friei
. ;. w shown at tlv Jew
New Yi ik in Octo-
1972.
"J n nus photo-
i] ed in a soi i.V gold-
Ronald Rich-
. itu luito-jo n nalist, will
1 f nl
.' w ; h folkloi e itures b;
v an, fsi leli ulpto
w II ii -i !> on exhibition.
Since I9fi7, Zinora's work has
! t-n evhihited in numerous gal-
es an si ims in the Unit
Slat' *. Mi \. -u. and Israel w in i v
.- ii rrentJvj exhibiting at tli .
i>! Ktlinogi aph) an'
ni ii Trl Aviv.
Bali and ji e i > fro n Ih
Israel Cultural Founds
ular in Israel.
The collection of jewelry will be
. traditional Yemenite pi ees, mod-
ern and ').:! Jewelry from the vil-
lages, Bedouin and other*: also a
uhe i on ol gold !ew el: > in mod-
I ,rn design.
A ieei:il feature will be a slid.'
: c sentaiion, ent't l<'.i "The Life
I hat Disappeared." with
: mentary bj Dr, Roman Vishniak,
' photograph T-author. These slides
i lepicl lifi .n -w;i Polish-Jew-
ish ghettos, and were dime iu
19. Thej are part ol Mr.
Vishniak's classic book. "Polish
,ll \',S."
The slides will bo preei ti I nt
he "< 'ol e i 'ulturo and Convi r-
ation" imgra:Tt ol Beth Shol >m
in Sunday, March 11. at 10:30
the i e au lltoi ium, an
n continuousl)
to 5 p.m. m hi seho il asse r >lx
I mi ing thi afte noon spe-
i I) prep ired Jew ish gourmet
foods will lie sold
ii weekend i~ being prepared
by a committee, directed by Mrs.
David Drueker, headed by Mrs
Jack Hartley, and consists "f
Mesdames William Alner. Ted
Bodin, Albert Greene, Royal F.
.Tuna- Meyer Kotler, Samuel
I.e ni i. Marvin Marx, Anna .Miller.
Ml ler, Leonard Miller
Morton Robinson, A, Lawrenc
Rose, Walter (*.. Sail, Julius St-
Howard Slotnick Harrj B. Smith.
and Mrs Lewis Zorn.
Dr. l.'i'ii Kronish i- spiritua1
leader ol Beth Sholom.
The exhibitions will l*' cm view
until March 29.
Samlv Dennis To Follow
j..se Molina Etailes Rspanolest
; well-known Si anish lanci comn-
imy i< | ii foi n Ing this week at
he Cocon i Grove Plavhouse. The
troupe, headed bj Jose M
. rontini i thro i sr Sundaj. Per-
I formal* es are even ex-enin- I
m. w ilh matinee im Alaivli
I at '-' p.m.
ch i through Sun-
Dancera At Havli,N,
ila\. March 18, will he Sai
is and l.eoiinni \,.,
R -.'.ill's new Rmadv .'"
hit. "6 P.M.-' RIV \ !
i:i\ .I View i.

Dire ted by j.
i ompanx also Inclurk s M(
sell. John J, Martin,
Inns. Carol F*oj P- i
Gla Istom and Bai
Ho'iir .'e.-shko
Sara Fershko
Fershkos (,\\ ing
Annual Concert
At Beach High
Sa a .md Haxim FY-shko, hus-
band an I wife team, have returned
in re in give their annual co
in lie he! I at th Miani B a '
i Senioi III :'i S boo] .' id n ium on
Tuesday, M irch 27, at 8 p.m.
Victi : the Nazi hoi
w here i ich l< ist an a 11 n, Sai n
and Hayim hax? nol
Ihi i tragedies to
ii i
S ipi .in.i. and ; i
pianist-eon....... i- n
..ml soloist, playing his own ar-
ianu'i n ents ol l.i- i and i -
kowsky
let uf Hi late Jennii
11.>--;. ei vho an nged '
for ih'ii! at In r hotel, the Fei h
kos havi also been featured on '
:lu IM Sullivan slmw
Justice For Children
Miami attorney, .lane: Ri ^^'il! sioak on "Justice (m Chi ;-
d'en" at ih- Forte Forum on
Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Forte
auditoi r ii M-. Hello has m-CVi
in the Juvenile Courts, was as-
sistant Slate tt"i v. and a
member o* the Florida House :
Reprcscntat ives,
Women's Division Of The
Greater M'ami Jewish Federation
In accordonce with the By lows f the Women's Division of the Grol(,
Miami Jewish Federation thai the names of the current nominating cim
mittee shall be published in order to seek recommendations tor nominee
for office, we submit that
Mrs. Richard Brickman. Chairman
Mrs. Marvin Gillman
Mrs. Lawrence Brant
Mrs. Michael Lipsky
Mrs. Shirley Trinz
Mrs. Adolph Bergrr
Mrs. Richard Levy
Mr:. Harry Smith, previous Chairmen
will accept recommendations moiled to thm at the Women's Division,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 4200 Biicayne Boulevard, Micr Florida
prior to March 15th, 1973. Offices to be filled for a one-yeor period art
President, at least 4 Vic?Presidcnts, a Secretary, a parliamentarian ond
a nominating committee chairman.
"his men is wearing a hat with
13 ends, tho hat of the Hassids,
y carry on the Sabbath.
Underneath, he is wearing his
tvet shawl.
Leah Caveil Art Exhibit
Ai Miami-Dade North
i i v ork "i eah Cnvell is
i n-ntl at the North Comnns
. 1 .a'.e .1 ni .. Coll (in
n tl l.iti ar I iall ";, "I
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+Jenisti ncridHan
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Douglas Gardens president, Jack Popick.
has been nominated to serve a second term
as president of the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Other officers who will lead in the
coming year are seated (from left to right)
Mrs. Joseph Stein, honorary vice president;
Mrs. George Israel, associate recording sec-
retary; Mr. Popick; Mrs. Sol Silverman, fi-
nancial secretary. Standing deft to right)
Aaron Kravitz, vice president; Lawrence
Silverman, recording secretary; Sam Hei-
man, vice president; Stanley Beckerman,
honorary vice president; Abe Salter, treas-
urer; Judge Irving Cypen, honorary presi-
dent. Others elected but were not present
were Leo Rose, Jr., past president. Col
Jack Arvey, Baron deHirsch Meyer, David
Fleeman and Samuel Ruby, honorary vice
presidents; Albert Ossip and Marshall Wise,
vice presidents; Mrs. Lilyan Beckerman, cor-
responding secretary. The home is a ben-
eficiary agency of the United Fund of Dade
County and the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
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Ai1 auction committee of Temple Israel Sis-
terhood meets in the home of Mrs. Ben
Samuels, chairman, and looks at a prospec-
tus of the suite by Abraham Rattner which
will be one of the features of the auction
on Sunday at 8 p.m. They are Mrs. Ken-
neth Rosen, Mrs. Jerome Dreyfuss, Mrs.
Samuels, Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Clif-
foid Newmark and Mrs. Barbara Rado.
Art Auotion At
Temple Israel
Auction.vr and gallery owner
William Haber of New York will
conduct this year's art auction
from the 1 labor collection for the
benefit of Temple Israel Sister-
hood at the temple, beginning at
6 pan. on Sunday.
Original, Btgned and numbered
works of Chagall, Cocteau, Dali,
Cat. Jensem, Miro, Picasso, Rayo,
Ret, Vasarely and other artsts
and sculptors will be displayed and
sold to the highest bidd rs
The works to be sold will in-
clude sculpture, graphics, oils,
watercolors. drawings, and will be
on exhibit at the temple on Fri-
day. Saturday, and all day Sunday
before the auction begins. Mrs.
Ben Samuels is auction committee
chairman, with Mrs. Jerome Drey-
fuss in charge of registration.
A feature of the exhibit will be
a suite of lithographs by Abraham
Rattner. which concerns itself
with Biblical and abstract re-
ligious themes. A work of Moshe
Gat will be presented as a gift
to one contributor to the auction
during the evening.
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Friday, March 2, 1973
Miami Chapter Iladassali
Plans \aried Programs
itrude Basbrpan i~ president.
Morris Hernian. president.
"Ii;i.::T^'h.itfr?T of Hadassah. an-
lounces ili, following events at
'- ladassah group meetings thn>u_Th-
. ill Miami
M.nor.h w l| have its regular j,','',',',',,"
teeting on March 12th at Temple 1 LunprJ
* !."'!.....'; "M NarnelsAsherJSamuoJ ,
\; Mrs. Rob. : 1 Schweitzer Is '
I
Ima i-hapter will hold its gen-
eral meeting on March 11 at the
ado Winds Auditorium at 12:3l
p.m. im March 19. a lum-heim wil.
conti tbutors
icon will be
Kismet Kixm. at
Torah pi sidenl Mrs. Michael
ler, will conduct a g( n< 1 al
ling on March 5. at 12:30 p.m.
. 1 the Ponce l< lg. The
l ing will be ilc licati d to the
Nation*! Fund with ar
ilc -i.iith panel Chairman ol the
aj is Mrs. Mac Corenswet. Mrs
low..1.1 Sta eton is tl e JNK
.Mt. Scopus president. Mrs
] Miviil R. Ellison, will conduct a
Hi lar meeting on Monday, at
- :30 p.m. at the First Federal
.'350 Coral Way. Guest speakei
e David Ellison whose theme
ill be "Hadassah Sponsored
'. outh Activities." His talk. Illus-
-ated with film stripa, will pre-
lo p:
held in 1 In
noon. Mm
.111
,. mnces thai the ri oup 1- planning
in May. a trip to
San Franc sco, Hawai and Las
. ras on ine 10.
Concord Hotel
Sponsors Skiing
For \ I'trrans
The Com ord Hotel n
iponsorrd the second annual Na-
u!onal War V. teran Amputei ;l
Competition at the Kiamesha
ike. N. V 1 esort.
Sgt. Leon Dnbay ol Valley
Armj Hospital at Phoi \-
vilie. Pa., served as instructor .111 I
tournament director, He uses the
sport as part of a continuing: pro-
'" -'-;'< "f this Program: ,,. d rehablHaUon
igration ol Jewish chil- |.__ .^ _. ...
rei from North. Africa to Israel.
for the men
rid Voting Judean loaders on a
ivel. studs, ami work
Is
kvlva chapter will hold it.
on Monday, March 12.
: Mrs. Morton Get?
S| eaker wil be Grovei
of the Miami Art
who will speak on "Tin
ifferences Between Good and Bad
. sign" Brunch will !* served.
- .' Minkes is president.
Kudimuh held an art auction in
S \ Lake Garden Auditorium
5th Mrs Herman Fiske
: sident.
Muylm chaptei lent Mi -
Paul ai no mocs ,-n Oneg
at P in) I as! Con l< -
1
w b tJ Samue '/.
Henry 1 I his
On
Mai eh
-
1 the 1 Beyoi
. ige Martha '
idi nl .- in charge
Mi^ilul chaptei will have ii
iTgular meeting on March 12 in
icklej Towei Auditorium.
March 26, an eye hank
on will i> held in the audi-
Mrs. Milton Rubin will
1 violin recital Mrs, Lillian
li-i I is piesident.
Eleanor KooM-velt president.
n Edward M. Lazarus, will con-
UC1 B meeting on March 12 at
12:45 p.m. in the MarLen Audi-
torium. Panel ol American Women
..ill discuss. "Everything you al-
. ays wanted to kivm about tieople
other races and religions."
Alliert Kin-sti-in chapter will
i:.eet i>n March 12. at 12:30 p.m.
; i the Washington Federal. 633
NC 167 St. The meetinK will fea-
ture a musical program "Around
1 he World with Life Members."
MnK. Rraina Tecosky is chairman.
Mr*. Harry Goldkin is presidint:
Iftaar, In charge of Speak-Kasy
laica are -Mrs. Naomi Levy and
iis. Fay Pataki.
Kin Keren Hadassah at Star
lake- Condominium will have its
It Scopus luncheon and card
. artj in their social hall on Tues-
a>. March 13. at noon. Proceeds
II purchase linens for the hos-
Ital, the Ri habilitation Pavilion.
baol ol Occupational Ther-
py, inn! a Youth Centre. Mrs.
The Concord, which has r
1- popular a winter playground as
t is a dimmer re< reation and en-
ti rtainn n' center, presented tro-
phies to the winners But the real
Hebrew Academy
Women Schedule
1 Board Luncheon
Officers and directors of the I
Hebrew Academy Women will hold
1 special board meeting Wednes-1
daj afternoon at the home of Mr '
and Mrs. Murray Berkowitz, 3480
Sheridan Aw., Miami Beach.
Mr, and Mrs. Berkowitz, active
leaders for the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and its women's
1 nxiliary. will host a luncheon for '
members of the board at 12:30
p.m.
1 ilrectoi s are urged to bi Ing
ipies nl ihi ir favoiite rw ipi -
ccording to Mrs Leonard (Irenei
.('.lei president of the Hebrew
mj Women.
Plans for the forthcoming Brick
md Binyan Luncheon, under the,
.'hairmanship of Mrs. George'
1 Fel 1 nk:eis. w ill be dis-
ussed
Post, Auxiliary
Pian Party 4d
Annual Election
The Jewish War Veterans Post
I ttrtd Auxiliary 330 was to hold a
11, gular business meeting on Thurs-
day at 8:30 p.m. at the American
legion Hall. 18th St. and Alton
I...
Ti program was to include
i eel 1 11 of officers and plans for
Yeshivo U. Dean's List
Threi Miami Beach resident*
have be m named to the Dean's
List at Yesim.i University's Stern
College for Women. They were ac-
corded the honor for maintaining
at least a 3.4 average for th<
awdemie yi-ir.
Tin- local scholars an
Babouri, daughter of Mr
Mn. Moise Babouri of n
Miami Beach; Linda Ehrent
daughter nt Mr. and Mrs M
Khrenveich of Miami Beach;
RcK-hellel Mann, daughtei ol
and Mi Kent-} Mann ^
Rebecca Beach
and
ortfi

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A TOTAL ol 91.000 people
wen receiving welfare pay-
ments in Israel during Novem-
ber, a sllghtl) smaller percent-
age <>i tin- 1 >-1 ini.t 1 inn since the
previous November. Last year
the rate nils "J.K per cent and
now it's >.'. |M-r cent. The \\
fan Ministry dbbursed n.
million in regular payment*
the tS.0M families a.nl >j
persons. 1 his numlii-r in |t
'.'II imniiurant lamilies.
I-
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Friday. March 2. 1973
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Conrad Harrington William Pallot Kenneth White Richard Pa/lot
Inter National Bank Of Miami
Offers New Trust Services
Til Inter National Bank of
Miami, acquired by Ro; al Trust of
Canada .-- S< it m! :-. will .....|.
tin h operations un 1<< it-- own
name and with the name on e
thai have directed the local hank
i e and -in-r the merger <>f
'hf two institutions,
Thn i pr, according to Con-
i' i tun and Kenneth A,
While Miard chairman and presi-
Ro; al Tr ist, v ill offoi
- F'orHn the i rus( sen i es
the Canadian sroup,
R cha-d A. Pallot, president and
chii f iiti- offii of the Inter
Nat r>i '' i i : j-i t1"'
"aw firm ol Pallot. Stem, Pmh>
in.l Adkins Hi h lir nan of the
Board of I'.'i-in. s- Regulation o'
Florida
W l lam I. Pallot, a member in !
the same law firm, is chairman of
111. hoard of Hi,- Inter National
Bank ol Miam He is a former
Coral Gables m mi ipnl judge and
'>p- servi d a- a .'. attoi ne> foi
Miam and Xorth Mia'ni.
H is a formi i i in of the
Florida R '*ioni| Bi>arc| ol th
Anti-Defamat'on Lea :ue ol B'nai
B'ritli and has been honored b>
Si it of Israel Bonds and nu ne
>!i. nth > o"can!/aiions.
Edward Stern, who has a permanent ait gallery at the
Ame.icana Hotel, will introduce Biblical art imported Ircm
Tel Aviv, London and Pans at Temple Sholom cf Pompcino
Bench Saturday, starting with a cocktail party at 7:30 p.m.
Mi. Stern (left* shows one of the pictures to Dr. and Mrs.
Malcolm Ginnis, chairmen ol the exhibit.
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Jewish History

The .iii-.h Historical Society
ii South Florida has issued art
Invitation to senior and Graduate
(Indents 'i i. i] ilniversities to
nu iiii the presi lent ol thi -.,-
11 : S mour B, Liel man, and
Prof. Martin ll Greenhorn, chair-
man ol cii nee at Florida International
University, on March 4, al 7:30
I* in. at the Hillel House. 1100 Mil-
'er Dr.
The purjMise of the meeting Is
in seek recruits for research on
local historical projects, No previ-
ius experience in field research is
ncces?ar> and work hedules will
ih' arranged to suit the conveni-
ence nf those selected. Nominal
compensation will lie paid.
Prof. Greenbcrg l- presently on-1
gaged in a study of American
Hunt organizations of the Irgunl
Tz'val Leumi, especially the He-
brew Committee of National Lib-
eration and the American League
for a Free Palestine. Anyone hav-
ing knowledge, recollections, or
materials concerning these groups
is invited to write or phone I">i
Greenberg al FIU.
Among other projects are the his-
tory oi the Zionist movement and
anti-ZionisI activities n the early
decades of this centurv in this
irea, the religious activities of the
early pioneers, the rise and devel-
opment "I Jewish institution- and
intei faiTi> i plat ionships.
Hospital Women
Spring Luncheon
On March 8
Doral Beach Hotel's star-
1 nnm w ill he th sotting of
I he first sniin" lun^eon of tho
South Shore Hospital Women's
\uxiliary on Thursday, March 8,
;.' no
A highlight oi the program will
l.< the Jerry Marshall Orchestra
a:id a Balogh jewi Iry show.
Chairman of the luncheon is
Mrs. Zebulon Brodie, co-chairman,
Mis. Henrietta Kino,
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+Jeist HcrkKar
Friday, March 2, 1973
I
Harry Branton, Zev Kogan
Share Speakers' Platform
The next meeting of the
BrandeH rtstriet. Z:onist Organ-
ization of America, will be held
Bronze Star Medal, and upon his
return to the United Stati 1 In
1950. joined the ZOA stafl
Judge Kogan Is an a '. isor to
the United Stati 8 Congressional
immittee on the Middle East
and three years ago attended a
G< neva meeting of the European
mlc Conferenei as a US
resentative.
Judge Kogan's educational back-
ground includes the "H<
Gymnasium of Herzlia." Israel;
Bachelor of Law. Tel Aviv School
of Law & Economics; Doctor of
Law, Univ. of Droit, Lyons,
France; degree of "International
Affairs I.aw." Yale Univ.; 6>
of Master International Affairs
and M 1 : Russi in Institute
1 i Bachelor of
Law at Miami Univ. 11.- 1
"Guide to Pn >gn ss in
Israel."
Summer Program
For Pre-Schoolers
At Temple Zion
A program for pre*echool
childlren, 2** to 5 years, will he
offered at Temple Zion this sum-
mer.
Ma-via 'iona'
vice president of the Conservative I
congregation, has announced that
the sessions will be held dailv
from 9 a m to noon from June 25
to July 10.
The staff of teachers will
under the drectktn of Linda Ka
Ian. a teacher in Temple Zion's
Nursery School.
Included in the variety of activ-
ities will be singing and dancin
arts and crafts. Sabbath observ-
ance, science experiments, a field!
trip and a cookout.
The classes will be small and
enrollment limited to provide foi
rs >nal attention.
Further information and
tratioi in tain< I at
the temple ofl
Monday at 8 p.m.. at the Washing
ton Fed 1133 N
Two -: e ik< rs will be I itured, ac-
1 linj president Louis 1
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f the M
the :
!.- Jev Vat iona
' .' ill shan speakers
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" Nil l trv Di ision
Hi ed as a US inte'l .._ n re
n En ;lan I. France an,'
He was involved with
of evidence a
Axis-war crimii for the War
Fustici ksor
After World War II. Mr
Brant on worked for the "Voice
:' Ameri ." a unit o'. the State
tath 1 rai izat o 1
: ugh Train-
ing :..'' h< ed a
" progr im in -: ;i 1 ><
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Mr. Branton was awarded the

Serving as guest speaker at a recent Shalvah Mizrachi
Chapter meeting was Dr. Elaine Needel, psychologist. From
left to tight Mis. Alex Paul hostess; Mrs. Zev Cohen, pro-
gram chairman and Dr. Needel.
Receiving a special award frcm the B'nai B'rith Foundation
cf the United States, (left) Richard Essen, president of Gold
Cc: : Ige, and Hc?nry I. Satsky, national Century Club
chairman, Jack Levin, chairman ci the board of the Gold
Coast Lodge announced that they were making a special
gift to the B'nai B'rith Foundation of ?2.5Cj in honor of Mr.
Essen.
Vrt and Poetry On Art Forum Agenda
at th leach P
y. an poet
I will ft-at
... etry chai
mci of I
D Alper
I Julia V
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The Monthly Art Forum, an
edu tivitv of the '
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at 8
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Gulf stream OUT Fashion Shotv
1 14. the Gulfstream Chap-, the pn Idem of the chapter, Mrs
.' of Women's American ORT Clifford Y Pierce
held it* annual Valentin Fashion
Show and Luncheon at the Dora!
Hotel Fashions were by Young
Sophisticates and commentator
was Mrs. Murray Sonnett.
Vice Mayor Bob Goodman pre-
sented a key to Miami Beach to
The event was co-chaired by
Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Ira H. Sel-
wyn. vice president.
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Danny Siegel, who travels with
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poet and author. He will lecture
at the Synagogue on his exper-
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Page 7-C
Histadrut Schedules
Third Seder April 18
celebration of the State of Israel's
25th anniversary of independence.
announcement was made Wednes-
day by Sam Peinstein, president,
and Moe Levin, chairman <>i th<
i<>ard, of the Israel Hfctaflrut
largi menl of the Sidney and Lil-
lian Bolotin Medical Center in
Beersheba, Dade County's sister
city in Israel.
The South Florida-sponsored
medical center is adjacent to the
Council Histadrut Central Negev Hospital,
the third Seder held in Greater tthu-h was used to treat thesurviv-
ors of the Libyan plane crash last
week. The medical complex also
Mr. Feinstein said, it is exceeded j includes the Greater Miami Re-
ly by the celebration in New
t is the second largest held
anywhere in the United States
fork City.
a festive entertainment pro-
mt is being arranged b> Shmuel
shki of Israel's foremosi
iposers and musicians, and will
.. out the dual th< mi "i 1st ael
I lep -i.'. ro i Day and the Pass-
ovei >Ir Le\ in said.
- of the Third Seder will
t< iv at ds thi Israel Histadrut
Campaign, a nationwide effort to
habilitation Center, built under
the auspices of the South Florida
Hi ta Irut Campaign several years
ago.
Reservations for the Third Seder
na. I.......i. at the Histadrut of-
fie i m Miami !' ach, A top-li v< I
. ommittee of mi ml ers ol the La-
bor Zionisi Alliance, including the
Poali ion and Farband, and the
n is being formed,
Mr, Lev -,..! :.
Life Members
To Be Honored
By Teclmion
Life members and life trustees
will ho honored at the next meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Chanter
Women's Division of the American
Society for Technion, Israel Insti-
tute ol Technology in Haifa, ac
resident.
Mrs. Dorothy Arthur, vice pros
'dent, will be chairman of the
lay. The snack lunch will take
ilace on Thursday, March K. at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. Reserva-
tions must be made in advance.
Medical engineering certificates
nil be distributed, as well as life
mi trustee charms. There will be
, i report nn the recenl national
ail. rence held here.
Fntertainment will 'e offered
iy Marie Balaban, vocalist, accom-
mnii d bv Bei I Duckman.
Red Magen David Urges
Ambulances For Israel
JNF Queen Esther Ball
Slates Belarsky March 18
Jewish National Fund Purim
Gui -. Esther Ball Seudah will
I, in Id Man h 18 at the Fon
i i au Hotel. Ai nounci Tent ol the
itional function was made bj
l : l Leh nan. JNF Fo in la
tion chairman for I; Miami
and bj .Jay I
:.. sky, one of the na-
tion's for -most intei pi eters ol
Yiddish Hebrew and other tongs
will headline the entertainment
am, ass i ted by Shmue!
Fershko, accomplished pianist and
musical director ol Temph
Emanu-FJ.
Dr. Mayer Abramowitz. chair-
man of the JNF executive board,
kaid the Queen Ksthcr Ball will
be one of the highlights of South
Florida Jewry's celebration ot
Israel's 25th anniversary of Inde-
pendence.
I H ren. ted that the JNF is
I vita
frontii i- and to
in a settl -nv nts I in? i stablished
throuj houl Israi I.
Dr. Lehrman said the tradi-
i. Queen Esther Ball is
of the parallels between the
ancient and modern Jewish battles
irvi\ al an I : i ee h
petsec .tion and heavy odds.
Tickets may be secured at the
JNF offici in M ami Beach.
Recycling Demonstration
B'not Israel, women's auxiliary
of B'nai Israel, and the Greater
Miami Youth Synagogue was to
meet on Thursday at 8 p.m. in the
home of president Joyce Moses.
1945 S\V 85th Ct. Sharon Roth-
berg was to give a demonstration
on the recycling and use of throw-
away items.
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South Florida Jewry, which has
contributed 'A'A ambulanees to Is-
rael through the American Red
Magen David for Israel since the
Six-Day War, has been called up-
on to step i.tp its efforts for the
Jewish nation's official Red Cross
and Civil Defense agency.
Samuel Reinhard. Florida chair-
man For the Red Magen David,
said Magen David Adorn in Israel
has issued an urgent call for more
ambulances, bloodmobiles and
funds for the Col. David Marcus
Blood Rank.
Mi. Rinhard. first vice presi-'
di nt i :' the Greater Miter.: He
brew Academy, said most of the
ambulances which were in serv-
ice in I-rael at the time of the
J me, 1967, war have t come ob-
solete and have outlived the life
expectancy of automotive vehicles.
Ho and his family have con-
tributed bloodmobile theanse i -
which will l>e dedicated at the
Hi brew Academy in formal cere-
monies in late March. The Rein-
hards previously donated two am-
bulances through the Ameri ai
Re d Magen David.
David Coli man, president of the
Miami Beach chapter, and Sol
Drescher of Miami Beach, a na-
tional hoard member, stud South
Florida Jewry has the best per
capita record of support for ihe
Red Magen David of any commu-
nity in the United States.
State headquarters are at the
H Ai a li my office, 2400 Pine
Ti 'i Dr., where contributions may
he forward d and additional infor-
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Fridav, March 2. 1973
Happenings
Tin- Democratic Chili <>i Miami
lji-:u-h will hold its genera]
on Wedn 'sda at the
>. arill mi Hotel, at 8 p.m. st:it-
JM-nator Sherman Winn will dlfi-
< -.- forthcoming Stati Legisla-
tion.
South Florida's biggest pack-
of family fun, the annual
I ade County Youth anil South
Florida Science fairs, will be
i through Mar. 11 at its new
:> -acre home i I Tamlami Park,
attendance is expected t" break
the 210,000 established in 197LV
ft-
(ior.lon ( Mmi I.ina lias been
i cted i" the position <>f pres-
ident ami chief administrative
ol City National Bank <>i
Miami Beach, it was announced
I Gerald A. Keller, chairman of
i! board the bank,
^r
Ada Merritt Junior High
School will celebrate its Golden
Anniversary on Sunday, Apr. 1.
at ." p.m. The thousands of stu-
.! nts io have "passed through"
c iring the past 50 years arc In-
vited :> attend a reunion with
thi it former colleagues, princi-
].als. and teachers.
Among former pupils arc Fed-
eral Jud.u-c C. Clyde Atkins;
I star, Al "Flip" Rosen;
concert cellist. Leonard R
y a Attorm ; I!i neral, Rob-
. 11 I. Shevin; ~i hool board mem-
bei. Ethel I'm kham: .Miami
C -. Coi ssii n : .! I. Plum-
mer Jud ivard
i : Thoi as i a ikes
State Si natoi. Eddie"
furth ation,
ii ntact Don S
-
Howard Grothe, dent
sing iliiector ol the
Miami Herald, has been elected
man of the board ol gov-
-i not s of the I < I let Business
i; eau hi South Florida for
:
Herbert L. Weiner, CLU.
8620 SVV 18th SI : tl I hi n i-
tion of the
] Some Life [ns n ance I "ompany,
New York witn
ion

R I h II. M.
f AD] I .. I is
al chaii -
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WCIX-TV nel 6t,
I .ii Stantoi nt ol the
I nited Cerebral I'.ils.i Associa-
II i Vila
Hi.-' .:ii iiirs.-niieM. a chart-
it lcrvi iter affiliat
with Bernard Litman ind Asso-
,i- joined Massachus I -
M i ... Life Ins iram o Com-
i n 's "Innei Cii cle."
. '
The Cultural Committee of
Nuith Miami Beach presented
tin North Miami Beach Sym-
phony, conducted bj l>r. Fred-
erick FennelL on Feb. 26, In the
c'it\ Hall Auditorium. The con-
cert was produced bj Joyce
Farber.
<;. Edward Katlel has lieen
named to the board of directors
..' the Inter National Bank ol
Miami. Kattel is the chairman
hi ih. board ol Kattel, Inc.; a
Coral Gables financial consult-
ing firm.

Advertising Recognition We i
has been proclaimed for the sev-
en days beginning March 12 by
Metro Mavor Jack Orr. Con-
sumers will be asked to "Stop
and Think Without Adver-
tising You Wouldn't Know!"
The Advertising Club of Great-
er Miami is sponsoring the ob-
si nance, and will present its
annual Addv Awards at the Mi-
ami Art Center March 1G. Award
winning advertisements will lx'
lispla\ ed ai the Ai t Center on
March IT and 18.
The first county-wide exhibi-
tion and competition ol art
tit her and needlework will be
12 18 at Viz -aya 3251
S. Miarr A\ o Sp inson d by th
\ Izcuyanw, non-pi ofil
lion for I he maintenan ol
histo' ic home, the i xhibil w ill
to the public for tlv
11 rul ice to Vi/-
.
"Lion in Winter," James Gold-
man's drama of love and powi
struggles in the court of Henry
11 of England, w'.li bo presented
bj th Itarr; College Drama
I), partment, Mar h -'. 3, I. 9,
;i K-1J Barrj Co lie
115th St. an I No
Mia
Stories From World
Of Sholom Aleichem
l [e
n list sent ?to ie from
A 1 ;
Greater Ml
nquel to be held
in honor ol Mr. and Mrs. Mori Is
'
tary, al Forte Towi r South, 1000
'* i v. on Sunda) evening.
Mi H i. wife ol a Yi
poet, has appeared in Israel and
In nanj major cities of the Un ted
St to
MIKKI SCHIfF
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Mi //o soprano Mikki Shiff,
winner of the State comoetition
sponsored by the National F 1
eration of Musi- Clubs held re-
cently in Jacksonville lia< roii
on to win Ihc Southeast Pi-nit
student auditions win h took i
Feb. IT in S|>artanburg, S. C. She
.- now elicibl to comt ete for thi
student award on the national
level.
Ms. Shiff has been rccip em 11
several scholarship awards ov< i
isl two \ ai the Mi
\i .- 'Club ol which Mrs, G
1 '. presi lent Also a- thi
club's cut rant I ; :'- ann i il
'J annio With the Light Brown
I i>\en*, she won thi .' annii
K..ia ship i ard.
Mikki i- n sophomore at the
sity of Miami, ma jor i
applied music, and n elves hei
vocal trainin" from Marj Hender-
son Buckley witr, whom she has
studied since the age of 15, Sh<"
sang the title role of Rossini':
Cinderella as well as the role ol
Nancy in Von Flotow's Martha for
the Mian Op a Guil !. She a-
1 .' i as Golde ii. the recent I'ni-
vei Nil j ol Miami R ng Thi I
-I ..:' "l-'i Idler on th
f."
i the : of Mr.
ilrs Leon Shifl ol Com
-
Hadassah Center
For Visitors To
Meet Tuesday
The Hadassah ': sidents has slated its next meet
for Tuesday, at 1 p m at "e
\mi rican Sa> ties and Loan, l-'(X>
'.me.,In Rd., cornei Minn l:,|
Dr. Burton J Goldstein, a
te professor of psychiatry at
the University ol Miami School of
Medicine, Jackson Mem..rial Hos-
p;tal, will sneak on "Psychological
Problems Associated W th Re-
I ocation."
Dr. Goldstein has written papers
ii psvehiatry and has lectured In
the US and abroad.
Mis. Alfred Tic. in. national
than man. will preside and bring
highlights of the national Hadas-
sah Midwinter conference which
took place Feb. 26 through Mar. 1
In New York. Mrs. Samuel Glad-
stone will present current events.
ll the Depart......it I
if Florida, l.ailic. Aii\iliii->. !<
Mi* War ?,et*hift the following programs for the
coming week:
Norman Bniee Brown 174: Will
hold election of 1973-74 officers
at h regular business meeting on
Tuesdaj al 8:15 p.m. at the
PythiarTHall, 4601 W. Flaglcr St
Wet Miami MS: Will hold a
testimonial dinner honoring pa~t ,
president Ruth Burman, and past
commander Norman Burman at
thi Miami Springs Villa Play-
house on Saturday, al 7 pan.
Murraj Solomon 848: Will hold
election of officers for 1973-74 at
a regular business meeting on
Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. at the Zamora
\iAAi Press And
Lloyd Hough
Married Feb, 23
The I.....cr Nikki Kraus Press
ia re vows on Feb. 23. The newlv-
'- m : lehter Jaimi
i t R620
? liami.
Galloway lid
will live
South
New Mrs (Touch is I he
l Ml Y lie Ki .1 is and the lati
Kra -
TI e c'inii 'Ii will I c I I at a
. i th i' i "ounl r-.
' I, from
I
Family and Community
Health \ssii. Subiect
Y in Fom.il> an i V i i
'' i nmunit\" is the title ol a
mini-community da} sponsored by
the Menial Health Assn. o!
('otintj on March -1 from
! 3(1 ti 5 M) o.m at the eh
n! (hi i >; n Door, fi 01 N"W B h
\
Lea Ic ii the series ol
ex-ting '. Marvin
D '.'in-
i\ I' -
ii .n B
s executi lirector ol
the Mental II- alth Assn
Temple meet in h
\ i. lor U. Freed nan SIS: Will
'YeTT a "tioarlfn.. "ting on Monda>
at noon at the 11- '' lei il bldg,
..: Hallandale.
ilialeih Miami Springs S8ls
Will hold ii < i ar monthly
!:. aklast me ti on Sui da) at
Temple Tiffereth Jacob ol I Ma-
li ah condu i. .1 bj .'c-id- nt Mrs.
Sylvia Levy. On Wednesday, the
group will hold v- annual "points
dinner" al Gatsby's restaurant in
ll.al.ah
Abe Morrow it/ 882: Will hold a
business meeting on Thursday,
Mai h 8, -'-"I lu> ij auxi iai y
president, Belle Horowitz. The
meeting hall is located at NK
:59th and 19th l I No, Miami
H. ach.
Harry II. < "Inn "Mirtiilc K.il
Harbonr WSs Will hold it- vm kly
es pai tj for th patients al
the I !ei>i aw Ho for the A ed
120 Collins Av Ri fit shments i I
ne sei vi I ami -i l.Mr." led
Col. David Mm a* 7Hi: Will
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doctor after lying untreated for *
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emergency room as .,.,.t to wl" ho vto,ttn* Temnle Menorah a.m. with a display of over "00
mil for viv montiw k. .. .,,,...1 "n Sunda Th'' bookmobile will Jewish Looks and poetry reading
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plre. Cari Brandes, Mrs. Sue Hermcn, Mrs. Albert Furs!
[Mrs. loser.h Benson and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. Mrs.
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+Jenisli Meridian
Friday. March 2. 1973
Over 100 residents o! Seacoast Towers North attended a
jreakfast recently on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. According to Hy Ru-
oin, CJA-IEF Seacoast Towers chairman, the breakfast re-
sulted in a 30 per cent increase over the same gifts to last
year's campaign. Shown (from left) Max Weitz, CJA-IEF
Seacoast Towers cochairman; Richaid Essen; his father,
Ben Essen who addressed the group; Mrs. Ben Essen and Hy
3ubin.
to it
Over 350 residents of Jade Winds Condominium recently
net for a breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. According to Sol
/oge! Jade Winds CJA-IEF chairman the breakfast resulted
:n a 36 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's
rampaign. Shown (from left) Sam Schwartz (who will be
Costing several upcoming parlor meetings on behalf of the
973 CJA-IEF campaign); Lt. Col. David Levin of the Israel
Embassy in Washington, who addressed the group; Sol
v/ogel and Israel Rubin.

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The Corinthian residents recently held their annual break-
asl meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's CJA-IEF campaign. Pictured (from left) Harry Harrison,
Corinthian CJA-IEF cochairman; Bernard I. Binder Corin-
hian CJA-IEF committee; Irving S. Norry, cochairman of the
Jmted Jewish Appeal cash cabinet, who spoke at the
breakfast; I. Ely Goldstein. Corinthian CJA-IEF chairman,
and William B. Chersky. Corinthian CJA-IEF cochairman.
Richard Essen,
Ben Essen Head
ADL Campaign
Jack Kassewitz, chairman of
the regional board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
has announced that he had ap-
pointed a father-son team. Ben
Essen and his son Richard, as co-
chairmen of the 1973 Society of
Fellows campaign.
The F.sscns. partners in the law
firm of Essen and Essen, are as-
sociated with fund-raising efforts
for charitable causes In the com-
munity and bring with them many
years of community service.
Bon Essen is past president of
Temple Judea, past president of the
YM-YWIIA. pasl district grand
mast.'i' of the Masons, past mas-
ter of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge,
chairman of the hi-rise division of
the Jewish Federation from 1966
to 1972, and is currently on the
API. Florida regional board and
the board of directors of the'Gold
Coast Lod&e of B'nai B'rith.
Richard Ksscn. a former assist-
ant state's attorney, is a past mas-
ter of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge and
is now in his second term as pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Gold Coast
Lodge, cochairman of the hi-rise
Campaign from lHi!t-1972. on the
division of the Jewish Federation
\!'I. national finance committee,
a member of the executive commit-
tee of the ADL regional board and
serves on the grievance committee
Of the Florida Bar Association.
Arthur X. Tcitclhaun: is ADL
: eg onal directoi.
The Society of Fellows provides
funds which enables the API. to
carry out its efforts which include
fighting bigotry and discrimina-
tion, combatting Arab extremism
and propaganda in the United
siates. and working to insure
equal opportunity for all groups.
A parlor meeting was held recently at the home of Mrs.
Stanley Gilbert on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left) Mrs.
Norman Lipoff, GMJF Women's Division South Dade area
vice chairman; Mrs. Sol Gottlieb; Mrs. Gilbert, hostess, and
Mrs. Morton Marcus, GMJF Women's Division South Dade
area chairman.
&
At
The first benefactor parlor meeting held in the North Dade
area on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
annual CJA-IEF campaign took place recently at the home
of Mrs. Adolph Berger. CJA-IEF benefactors make annual
minimum contributions of SI.000 and the meeting resulted
in an 88 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's
campaign. Shown (from left) Mrs. Albert Cohen, GMJF Wom-
en's Division North Dade area board chairman; Mrs. Don-
ald Reitf; Mrs. Adolph Berger, hostess, and Mrs. Leonard
Miller.
The largest annual breakfast meeting ever held by Camelot
Hall residents on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's annual CJA-IEF campaign took place recently.
Shown (from left) J. George Kofman. 1973 CJA-IEF Camelot
Hall chairman; Norman Seiden. 1973 CJA-IEF Camelot Hall
:ochairman; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem-
?IooE^f.nV"E1' Wh Spoke the breakfast; Leon Goldman
? /aes. 1973 CJA-IEF Camlet Hall cochairman.
Bialik-Ben Gurion
Meets Monday
The Bialik-Ben Gurion branch
of Farband Labor Zionist Order
will celebrate the 70th anniver-
sary of the Jewish National Fund
at the Washington Federal audi-
torium. 1234 Washington Ave..
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be the prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Teacher's
Seminary, Harry Woll.
Cantor Mordecai Yardcine, vo-
calist and composer, will speak on
Jewish music and its origins, and
sing some of his own composi-
tions. He will be accompanied by
Nettie Druzinsky.
Serving on the committee are
Jack Filosof, president; Abraham
Fraidlan, secretary, and Mrs.
Joshua Z. Stadlan. The public is
invited.
Winding up plans for the Purim carnival on
Mcnch 18 at Temple Beth Sholom are (left
to right) Mesdames Leonard Platt, Peter
Weiasman. Paul Ruthfield. Michael Albin,
Henry Hallman and Kenneth Hershey. mem-
bers of the Sisterhood Parent Council of
Temple Beth Sholom. The students of the
Beth Sholom School for Living Judaism are
preparing the decorations and the ideas for
the Purim booths.
The annual breakfast meeting for residents of Byron Hall,
held on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 CJA-IEF campaign, resulted in a 30 per cent increase
over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from
left) Jack Sloan and Alex Berman 1973 Byron Hall CJA-
IEF cochairmen; Seymour B. Liebman, a member of the
National Board of American Professors for Peace in the
Middle East, who spoke at the breakfast, and Harry Sacks
1973 Byron Hall CJA-IEF chairman.
Camp Barney Medinlz Opens
Registration To Floridians
Camp Barney Medintz. a
Blue Ridge Mountain vacation
facility sponsored by the Atlanta
Jewian Community Center, has
opened registration for youngsters
from 8 through 15, it was an-
nounled this week by Steven
Krams, executive director.
I-oocated some 80 miles north-
east of Atlanta at Cleveland. Ga..
Camp Barney Medintz offers horse-
back riding, water skiing, tennis,
swimming. Hebrew lessons, cera-
mics, drama, arts and crafts and
Israeli folk dancing on its diver-
sified summertime menu.
First session is slated June 24
through July 22. with the second
session scheduled July 23-Aug, 20.
This is the 11th year of operation
for the camp, which offers chil-
dren an opportunity to have fun
and at the same time gain an un-
derstanding of their rich Jewish
heritage through special cultural1
and artistic programs.
Camp Barney Medintz is affili-
ated with the Atlanta Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, the National
Jewish Welfare Board and the
American Camping Association.
The staff includes personnel
from Israel and veteran camping
personnel with skilled backgroun is
in athletics, education, dramatics
and other leisure time activities.
Mr. Krams will l>e at the YM-
YUHA in Miami. 8500 SW 8th St..
March 11 to interview prospective
campers and their parents. He has
extensive experience in camping
and in Jewish organizational work.
JHA Auxiliary
Slates Monthly
Birthday Party
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for the Age I,
Will hold its monthly birthday
natty at Douglas Gardens. 151 NF.
52nd street on Sundav. March 13,
at 2 p.m.
The party will be hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein in honor
of the birthdays of Mrs. Leonard
Abess and Whitey Bloom. Sol ani
Mollic Silverman will also be hon-
ored on their 51st wedding anni-
versary.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, will introduce Martin
Reed who will present musical
selections.


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THE KKK'IIKNSTKIN I'ii/.
for Jiiiiriiiihsiii in 197? In Israel
will (jo to David MaHdsJl lor
hi. article "Mj Silence Has End.
r;l" in Maarlv. It will aba go ti>
Vair Hotter lor hi- series mi the
Loci Airport niiissiicrc in lla-
art-l/.. The II. 1500 |>ri/e nn.
awarded at iteit Sokolow stm-
tSff, Tan. SI.
LEGAL NOTICE
for the April 28 Scholarship Ball of the Lehrman
School cf Temple Emanu-El bring together Mr. and
Arthur Pearlman (left! and Mr and Mrs. Murry Koret-
jMr. Koretzky is chairman of Ihe S125-a-ccuple black
Jinner-dance which will be held in the Friedland Ball-
of the Miami Beach congregation Mr. Pearlman is a
1 chairman of the committee, which is now being formed
ar the leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Koretzky and Mr. and
[Carol Greenberg
LEGAL NOTICt LEGAL NOTICE
|ICE UNOEK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fV. is lli:..i i:v IIIVKN llial
it'll, desiring I-* cumin
fv- mull i i: rii-tltloux mm i
I \ s ATl'l IKK ll 'ITIi.ili:
; I'.. in Avi-nui Hi.. I.-.ill. Kin
i. -; ; ni I..HIK wnil in i:i: i-:-i;ii. ..i
i Circuit Court of Italic rill ll' KRAI'S
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SKIIVII.I.V 1'KIHA
:.: : li;
. ...t o.rvCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1159
JOHN R. BLANTON
|CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is iii:i:i:i:v c.ivkx ihni
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PTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Bter 72-268 -Actt of 1972
File No. 73 A 10
tr 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
Florida Statutes 1*17)
|CK IS HKKK1IY CIVK.N Unit
3l- Huron. Trust.'.- IndUIr of
B Tin Sill. > .-I lit i... t < No
laimf l tin- i-i dii> of junr. a.i>. iT,
ha nieu ram.- in tin- Tax Colloctor'H
nfficss an.I li.i in...I. application for
:. -.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM i'r, .In..!, .iii.i am PrrKonv Hav.
mi: i'l..mi. ..i 11. in.mils ArhIiihI Haiti
V.'U ;i: herein ....! 11.1| anil i ured
.......-.'it any .Linn, and ilomantlM
-iil, li "ii inn) have iikhIiihi ih. .--
laii m I'hiin. KraiiN ileceawecl i.ii. ..I
lNidi i mini. Klnrlda, lo ihe i"In all
.lllde-'i- ol I Hull. County, Find file ill"
...in. in iliinii.'.ii.. umi mi itroviderl in
Sell Ion 7..! i... I'l..ml.. Statute* in their
.'I'M.'.'., in ih.- County Courthouse in
I ...!. founts I'L.i i.1.1. Hllhln .is eul-
I'lldur in-.nil", from ih, lime of the
i.n'.ii. .iiion hereof, or Ihe name
; tn hi barred
Piled ui Miami. Florida, Ihls 22nd
.1 ii nl Kehrunn A I 1X73
BVA K W'k'K
llarnefi Hunk of Miami lleaeh. X v
llv p.>i. i II Palfman
As Rxecutors
] .., ..ni.ii.iii, ., ,,. o, ,. nn |||,.
nd day of March. IMS
i RICH A IIP Ks OR< IKS
\i|..in.-\. for BKeetltors
' "". I.inrnln Itond. Miami II.....+ '''
:: 3 C-16-3H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
r.ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-4824
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
?. S-fiT" ,'"' "U.w' '."Tr""!'. .^f. NOTICE BY PUBLICA1
Certificat. ini.i.i, .- th. i..il..wiim de- ,N. ..; .nn.. ,, ,i.,.. ..;,.- ,,j
oorikiMfroi.. m ii '.. ..urn. "i l'...!. |i .~.-|'-f>f| KKRVANDKZ
Stule of Kl.i ili i v. if llu.l.ni.i
SH I/1' ''- lir.-.-ii lln\.-n A- r.s. i ,
I'lHt %.l 1. P...;- 7T S..li.:i '< l- NTl:l.-|A I'-KP.NAMiK/.
w Ife
T": PATKKIA KKKN A \ t >l"/.
il'.".m Whit.. Pluins lloud
Prolix. New Yi.rU
VHP. PATRICIA PKPNANPKZ. are
Townohio : s-.tuh. IL-mc. :;" Kn.-i.
i-onlalni i
In fh.- uiil> of Hade. State of
Flarldn
The s.-.'--iii.iii .-I -ni'l in..i..in
under th.- ...i.l ,.ii,n..,t. :. In the ,.,.,.,.' ,,,,,.,, ,.,, .,,, ;,,.ii,, fr ||h-
n.ini, or: \ i'ii. r... i siroiiK w.lulln of Mini inc.- liii- I.....n iil.d
I nleaa mii.I ,-.nn.. .1. sliull I..- :.;lis, ,.. i,,i you are required ...
dr.m.d a.'...i.lnm ";!' ""', ,n' '" ..'> -TV, ii -|iy of your WTltten .1. f-.......
lien.-ribed li.-n-in uill In- wdd lo Hi. MSTIIPIt S DAVIS,
hlKl.o.1M.I.I.I-. .... .:.-!. in ii- <;;<"- v,;,., ,,. petltloaer, M-llfl Ilia-
!'' *Vir "" '" '"-' M"'"l:. .in th.'(i..iwil. 1!%ln.ii... p.. W.-.-I Floaler Street,
I'l..ii.In :::;:'.". and (il^ ihi- original
month of A'.iii I'.'T:. ulii.h i. the 2ni
day of Am '' :> '' v >i
Hated tlii.- -Till .I..- ... I'.'tiiuiirv.
1973.
Rli'll Mm P P''IVKKIt
Pl.rk I'ir.iiil t*ourt.
11.;.!. I '.-iiiil \ p|..|i.l;i.
>> p P i:ii..i-i.ii.id i i.i"
(Clrealt I'.'iif s. ui i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONbTrtbCTIVfc SErlVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIKCUII CuUriT OF THE
ILIVtNTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT
OF FL.OHiDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARHIACE
i.\" ItK......
K Ail ON
HUM
th the il.rk of Ihe ohoye-ntvled
i t'oitrt, <>ii or before \nrll l*. )'.*"".
i.ili.-rv. i-- .i default dl he entered
; .Liiinsi you for the relief demanded
ii ii.. r'onvdtiliit or Petlllon,
Tlii- Xntb'e Khali lie nubllKlled iiihi-
leach u..1 for four ntnwecallve weekn.
in -.ii i: ipwisH pi i iPiniAN.
\\-n-\'i.: t< ild Court, ui Miami, Kta .. thin 2"
li.\ ... I". '.....in.. P'T:'.
RICH Mil P ItHIXK RH
i. i "i. rk. -nil Court
| ..I,. I .mii I ......: I.i !..
. i,.i. i '..u'.". Plor .in
in P ii -i'l \.\li
11. '.in. l I. rk
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHV'iCE
INO PROPERTY.
N THE CI..CUIT COURT OF THE
MOIRA IV ELEVEN TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
' u,,, OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
in MO!'. i:l. P.: \ DADE COUNTY.
8jni in p.irlub CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4680
M,,, r. I; |;,.| n,i,.!., PLTillON FOR DISSOLUTION
,r Alt \ KIVKPA OF MARRIAGE
Oem I1" i;..\ I'M" in RK 'hi marrlaiti "i
Kin...... li.'iuiu't.i PATUICIA ANNI-; p.I'.::k
YilU ARK IIKRKIIY XtlTIKIKO ..."I
that an ...... f"i l'i-- 'Inn......f Mar- DAN.M l-KK IIKKK
rlmte h- I...... ''"I. -iK.n'i-i '"ii and I.': DANNY I.KK IIKKK
vou ar.- uiii.il i" >..*. ;. co|iy '.....k Elr your wn i; "" W illiiiiii-. ill. New N..vl.
M\ll\'l\ miss I'IP I: I"MAX. attorney VOl* ARE HKRBBV XOTIKIKP
for Petiii.'...'.. nlini-i' i.....r.i. In ::T:".T lhai .. pelltloti for niiwolutlon nl ...in
s \v 11 si. Suii, i"!'. Miami. Klorldu MarrniKe nax been filed and iim-
i".l34 Til. ill.in 4|i,-i.lvi. mid file in.-ii. id iii ii.ii court und ...u ari re-
iti^ oriu .1 ..ill. ".....l.-rfc of Ihe il'.ni-I ... :i ..... of ...in wi'itl. li
abT ..i.i..i ...mi in ... i..'iore Aoiil d. i'ii...... if any. ii on Joaeiih
6 1S7I- ...li. mis.- .. .I.-fault "ill !" en- SCHMIKR, KtKiulre. attorney for Pell-
lerad a. i <"" '"i 'hi rellel d* lltmer. trhooe nddreaii i ."". IJacfdn
maiiiled i'. Hi. ...ni'ilaiin or i..iiii..ii Poad. Suite J6. Miami Reach. l-"l.i
Thl ii....... -Iiall I" i.ul.liili.'l .'" and file the oiitinal with Ihe flerk
eat* !' 'oi i..io ..."- 'ii.\.- ... !.- of Ihe nbove ulyled court .". ". before
In THK n:.\isii i'l i il:il>IAX. Aoril 4. P'T::: ntherwlce B default will
WITNPSS nn hand and tin- s.-al ol entered tuniliial you i". I hi rellel
-aid .,nn in Moniii. Plorida on tlii nraycd for In the com'dalnt or nelitlott
tl ^a of |.',.|. pi::: VVITXK8S my hand and Ihe -:.! l
Rlt'HAHP I* IIRIXKBR ,-aid court at Miami. Plorida nn this
2 da of Pi t.rii'ti .. p.:.;
RICH \l;t> P IIRIXKRH.
A Clerk. Circuit Courl
I lade urn >. I"'" -ida
I:i svt i v
As Demit) pi. 11.
"o'.-uii Courl S,:,ll
.ii.st'PM 8CHMIKR
no;. Lincoln Road
tl i.ii Reich, Florida
Mi..in. f..i Pi ini......
:: 16-23
Rlt'HARI
\- Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad. County l-'lorida
llv R M. KISRKR
As ii.'oiHv Clerk
(Cleauii I'oiii-t S.-al i
KRIKDM \ N A\li I ll'i'i iN
MARVIN PUSS PIPPPUAN
3737 S \\ > SI Suit.- !'!'
Miami. I'...Ida :i':r:t
.Teleidioii. I'i'.-i'.^-
Attorn". '. r p. li.i.n. .'
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
Civil Action No. 73-4844
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RK: MARRIAI IK P.KTW i:p.\
i:\"KI.YN I. SHI'MAN
and
DAVID SHI'MAN
Til: All! DAVID SHI'MAN
.. Mi. al| \|,s
\\ lllialll Ar.'ii-on
90 Truman Road
\. u ion, \i.i-.
Yi'P ARK IIKItKP.Y XOTIFIED
thai .ui a. in.a for IHssoiun......f M.iv-
riiute li.,- been filed .mam.i you .....i
.ii in. required lo nerve n copj ol
your .. nn. n .1. i. us... if .-,,i\. io ii ,,,,.
(IKOVKR WKIXSTKIX ,\ HTAI'IIKK.
P.\ aiio.i.,. for Petitioner, vyhone ad-
dr.-s is .".:, 11 Lincoln Road. Miami
Reach Florida, and file the uriKinnl
.. ili Ihe clerk of Hi.- al.o., Ktyled
courl ......r I.. ior. April 4. p.T::
lb. ..is.- a default trill lie ntered
I ou .... ihe r< ii. f di mnndi .i
ii "iiini.iiiii or netiiion
Tliis until-), si,all I..- mil.'.-I,. .1 ,.n, .
' ildl .....I fill foil I .....- CUHVl 1. I. -
iii TH i: .1 KM ISM I'll IRII 'I \ \
IV ITXKSS in. I......I and Ihi -
i Id courl nl Miami. Florida, on iliis
27 !... of I". I. !': :
lilt MAPI' P IIRIXKKII
At "lei i i 'In nn i 'ou I
I '.nl.. 'oum .. Flor .I..
P.. I SNKKDKX
\- 1 lenul. '! .
iPlnuil i '..in .-. ai i
'IttiVKII WKIXSTKIX & STAPP.KR,
P A
P.. Sheru in Stiiul" r
"." i in. ,.in p...nl
I .1111' Ill in ll Pi.....|||
\itornev for Petltlonei
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COUHT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-4895
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX 1(13: The mui-riiiac of
.1 \ I.M K C ISCTIKRRKX.
Husband.
and
St 'MA M OPTIKRHKZ.
Wife.
M'l Sii.NIA M ni'TIKRRKZ. real-
dence S.uiia Klvlru 57S, Stint Ihko,
I'liilo. are reouir-'d t. fil.. your anawer
In Ihe petition for dissolution of mar-
rluue n-iiti the Clerk th. above
i ,.urt and nerve it cops thereof upon
Herman Cohen, Hon.. ISI0-1I t.'onaTeaa
Rulldlna. on "i* before Aorll 2. P'T::.
| or aloe net it loll will confeaaetl.
I'a t.d Feb 2.S. P'T.'t.
Richard P Prink, i
Clerk Circuit Court
llv: i" P i'i 'PKI AND
Iviiuti Clerk
(Circuit 'uill t Seal i
:: ;-!-1 ;-.-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 73-4926
IX RK: Petition of
Albert .lames ira.iford
and
Aurora Johnson Crawford
NOTICE
"i'ii: Madeline Crawford Llvlincxloti
and
Tyrone Llvlnavtnn
You lire notified llml Hie above-
nani.-d PetltfonerH, Xltii-i-t Jam i'> ...
ford and Aurora Johnaon Crawfor.l.
have filed a petition in Ihe above-
-l\..d lour' for Ihe ad,.oli......I Ih'
minor children named In tin......ii'i..-.
and ...ll ai. -li'ill.....led to s. -. a
i..i,\ ill your written .1. .!.-.-. If an.
on ll.nr. Tli.niii.i.ii. P. liiion.r-' at-
torney. ..lios.- a.l.lr.s- is 1411.-, South-
weal ii'Tlli Avi*llUe, .Mo.llii. I'"'". I-la. ....
..r I., for,. V'.nl "::. fl'. lb.
... iirlnnl v. .Hi Ihe i ''.'I. ol >.' '......
i-l'hel befn.....' ...... P llonei
a'lorii... or iinni .''.il.-l. ili.r.i '......
...I..--., l-e ......I' "ll' > I.....' '
iiviiIi -i you for ll .. ,;. I it. n nob
It-.- l'...|. ai Miami Fl.....li. "ii- :
,|.. .-.-11.1,..,
.\ "\ i:ss in. baud .....I th.
". f.7
III, M I i |> lil'i >' I" I '
i nil
III li tl WRK
| I. n: I '.
I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DiVIS ON
Prot. No. 7? 1.-33
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
. UK i .:
pi'TII V. KRKt'.. 141.. i"' .." h
i'i 'I'll V HAtiA.X,
I ,-, hi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"I"., All i"r. .li..... nnd All I'i i nona ll."
Im: l":.im- or 11.-in.i'i.l- Auainsi Salil
Katnle:
Vou are herel>> iiollfli .1 nnd reouleed
io preaenl an\ claims and d.-mniid.
x.liioli vou ma. hnve iMmlitat Ihe
late "I PITH V Kill''1 l.'l-'l f..in.rl.
I1PTH \ HAOAX. deceoaed tat. or
'lid. CoMnty, Plorida. lo III.' I'ir.iiil
liidy.- ,' Dude I'ouni. and fil. Ihe
.am.' hi duplicate "< '. ..r.....!.,I In
Section 7SS Hi. Fh.rldn Statutex, In
Mi, ii ..in.-. in Ihe i'oiihi. '..in i -
lions.- in Dude County, Florida with-
in -I. i-.l. 1.-1;. -" I.l ..>- f". Ill 111. t'mi
Ih,, firsi ...inn, niion hereof, or Ihe
- nil. .\ 111 lie I.i... -I
Dated m Hlnntl -- -.,-;. thl" -'7
,i:.\ nl !' !" x '"'"
SP'/ANNI-: >l l-oi-iiiTll sill IVAN
\ i i:\.. nil-is
Firm i'id.1'. ". n of '- notice on
ihe >,i dav of Mnili !!: :
M .1AV I'.KNN'I'TT
\ i ...i',.,.' f...- |.'\... H \
n;'. X.K. l'J.lli Street
\oi ill Miami. Florida 1Sltl<
::-.!::
Canberra flagship of P & O Lines, makes her maiden voy-
age from Port Everglades on March 26 for a 10-day cruise
to the Caribbean. The largest and fastest ship ever to sail
from Fort Everglades, the Canberra has a gross tonnage of
45,000, is 320 feet in length and 102 feet in width. Her serv-
ice speed is 25 knots and passenger capacity is 2,238.
Flagship Canberra Chosen
For March 26th Sailing
Tn make certain the passen-
Kerx on their March 3tith Carib-
bean crulao have nothing imt the
Ih si. f&O has chosen the flag-
Alp ol the fleet Canberra
to brius Os colo>"S to Flor-
ida from Port Everglades,
Canberra is a mio Oagshtp
In every sense or the word. She
has steamed almost a million
and a ha'f miles around the
worl ;ind been to more than
SO famous wor'd ports. Can-
iiei' a i-i close friends w itli more
exotic phrsei than most people
have even dreamed about.
She i; on.' of the fastest shlos
ever put in work! service, the
biggest turbo-ele trie >hip ever
constructed and one o:' the most
remarkably designed sh'os ever
la.in -h 1. Sin- was the first
Uvgc liner with an aluminum
luix-rstriicture. Lifeboats in al-
rn\ s below the open deek-s.
i ii m pi e t el y a'r-conditioned
riHii" Otii pa ; en ier -
that s\vi |>t the I ill length ami
Itll o! t'l s'li'.. (' l !" a
.. i- the ii '.' for t'i mtxlern
. ui Ihi r
A. |on a- ;.iir It \ '..'..,.
i '."'--Pi !i i I
i" .' ,','vi en. : ,i
.. i 'llin-
ill s. She has 14 d-v
li :. In ."1 t -
ha)| ij" '' ii
11 in so 'c" 'i .| I.
-.. 11 ,."..-. i i i
pill 'e <'"-. to .'.ui'" There
nre to" vo^nn 'a -nil -s nn I
. ''t ,>,'.<- b> di-O'in-. that
|i.l ,. .,." i'i |,,.. .':l;.' IHJI r-.ll'.'"
h i'i* i a "i i. 'ai i" i.: i
tn .-I tic,, vo T '."t'i"" on.
I, ',.'.,,.' < ,n i "i.Mit o' room
to e':ii."ii;n 50 or so Mnnv
other cahins have carpets an!
te' r-hon >s
.; -- p.: i ., i -.< o*' "i l'r .'
a window open to views of ihe
sea. Tlv se an Canberra's
unique court cabins, with a
window looking out into the
hail connecting the cabins. Hall
has sea windows, open area and
settee for your own "court
party" with your neighbors.
You can check the weather
without leaving the room and
close your blinds for complete
privacy.
Canberra can also hold more
passengers than any ship in the
world. The nice thing about
her capacity is that on ("ai'"H-
bean cruises, she will limit the
i."-.'n'r of pa-.-' n it- Io two-
third" her ana.-its This means
you'll have more room than you
helieved possible. Room to re-
lax, to be as active ;is vou like
and t" explore this sophisticated
but cental s.ia?oln city.
Don*! -et the i lea that Can-
' ei :.' hue -;/e means you'll
iv iu-t another fa e in the
crowd while on hoard. Anv shin
that on .'.-- i.....s [or month*
it it time and gets them hack oi
o his ii .
.i ....," i -
. | I., i ne i\'i l
.. .,,'.. .- '. '; t
li .i i'ii to P& 0 -'n
( .', is tl
|t i- Mi '. Hi I il
r. ir>n''y-
>'].-'.'. r
oui if thrii > 'v i
!' do. Vo'. in i'
v. "s .if be'n ta""' i '. m' ."i '.el. loin -1 f '' t'a.
in :< : t\. on eon-
nde I n a' o t th ":'l .'iv ol
"the Ptr ir' o- '' re -
of I on.'on. There i nn so i :-
:r' sun. ca'"'' s as nnd eon-
ffenii lit' on Canberra An 1
t1...... i> no extra ha -go for anv
Of it
For complete information and brochures on the Caribbear
cruises write Cunard Lines Ltd.. Port F.verqlades Station
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316 or phone Miami 947-7524,
Fort Lauderdale 525-3331


I
VOQQIZC
* *//' fUrUlrtr
Friday. March 2. 1973
River Reach. The kind ofisl;
like most to be
When you compare our
island for convenience of location,
the natural beauty of balcony
views, privacy and security we
don't believe you can find anything
like it at anywhere near the price.
Take convenience of
location. River Reach is on an
island just five minutes from
downtown in a single family
residential neighborhood. The
Davie Boulevard Interchange of
1-95 is only 5 blocks to the west.
No waterway in Fort
Lauderdale is more lushly
landscaped w ith towering palms
than New River. And all day long
there is an endless parade of yachts
and boats plying their way to the
Intracoastal and the ocean. Always
something different. A sight to
behold. And nearly every
apartment has a front row seat.
As for privacy and security
you'll certainly have peace of mind
here. Our island has only one
entrance. Across a waterway that's
guarded twenty-four hours a day.
We're so particular about who
comes and goes the island is also
patrolled by boat as well as land.
If you don't belong here it's next
to impossible to get in.
So, before you buy
anywhere, come see our furnished
models. We'll let them tell you how
liveable our island is.


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Fage 2-A fvJewifft fhradliain Friday, March 2, 1973 LOUIS nOLhsO\ II 1SAMED CHAIRMAN Hebrew University Honors Humphrey al Dinner Mar. 21 The American Friends of the v bii v. i nivoisil j ill hi Id a \a' rial Ti ibute to Sen. Hul r>r1 H. March 21 al the Krim Rc it was announced Wednesdaj b; : i in B Vene/.kx o( Peoria, no the hoard of the i jean !•'. • mis ilr \Viuvk\. national chairman %  %  regions for the Israel Bonds 1 • Rani ali in, in Miami Reach J'PI the Inaugural Conference weltsi at I Prime Minister ( • %  Mcir. i <• ;iNc> announced the appointi i the Hon. Louis Wolfson II, le • president "i Wometco %  i i" s, Inc., as general chairthe March 21 dinner. Mr. Aoltson served foi 10 years in the i Hi HIS %  >l Ri |ii esentat ives. Sen, Humphrey, former Vice M ol ih. i 'niteel States and eratii P esidential nominee 138 ill I e honoi ed I ir ,a e ol sei \ ice and leadership in i ehalf "i ih. State "i Israi I, the %  • I'nivei i;. ol Ji is. i the Jov\ ish [ned the cause "I Israel > %  !-• 25 years of statehood The American Friends Torch %  >! I.>.i!'iln: awards will go to several national li oders ol the Hebrew I niversitv, Mr. Venezk> said. Mr. Wolfson said all proceeds ol the tlinner will go tow aids a M-holmship fund for culturally disantased students at the llebicu University ol Jerusalem, li ael's first and largest university. \ fourth generation FlorMian, Mr. Wolfs in is late of the '. m\ !•• -i; %  of Miami \\ bo began his iiusiness career with WTVM in 1950 He was elected vice pres: ienl "i Wometco in 1939, and in 1964 was made a senior vice president and director <>i the publir.ly'• %  Id firm which headquarters in Miami. He is a director "f Mount Sinai Hospital and of Financial Federal Savings and Loan Association, n trustee of Stetson University ColI. ie ol Law and pasl chairman of Ihe Florida Legislative Council, the House General Legislation 'ommittce, Ihe Joint House-Sente Auditing Committee and of the Miami Beach Civic Affairs Commit u e. An acti\ e member ol the Israel H'sladrul Friendship Club. Mr. Wolfson is a membei ol Temple Israel ol Greater Miami, the Jew%  ,li i lome i"i the Aj i ri Mens Club. Ihe Stamlard Club nnd numerous • hi i organi; al ions He received the 1970 V Sinai Award for di dieation ser\ ice ami financial support In b<>hall i the Miami Beach hospital, and ',-..Leon honored by the Vdvertis:i|j Club ol Greater Miami and oihi'i groups In 1966, he received the National Award ol Merit for his work on ehall of Medicare from Vice Presiiient Hubert H. Humphrey, Dr. Samuel Jaffe To Be Awarded Honorary Degree l>'\ Alfred Gottschalk, president. Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-t.t.n ol Religion, has announced that at Ihe ordination exercises June •' %  In New York City, Pr Samuel '/.. Jaffe, spiritual leader, Temple Beth El, will be awarde! the honorary degree ol doctor o! ''' ii il'-. LET US MAKE ISRAEL ON HER 25th ANNIVERSARY ECONOMICALLY STRONG BUY ISRAEL BONOS AND GIVE TO TH= U l A. AND EMERGENCY FUND TIL IT HURTS! Mayshie Friedberg National Hebrew IMAM GIFT CINTIR INC. BAR MITZVAH SETS RELIGIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS 949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210 ^w "U>f y-T ira labbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Pbsne 672-7306 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH American Israeli All Religious Articles For Synnnoni-ps Schools Homes 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. )E 1-772? S. 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Won't you help the Home today by contributing items for resale at the Thrift Shop? Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding, cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other saleable merchandise which you no longer need or can use? Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor, who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apartment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop. Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs, since 70 of its 222 residents are public welfare recipients. With increased operating costs, and j public assistance payments in Florida the lowest j of all states, the Home urgently needs your help j to maintain its high quality care. May we count OH your support? Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck j to pick up your merchandise. And remember contributions to the Thrift I Shop are tax deductible. 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