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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY
Voiume 46 Number 10
Miami, Florida Friday, Marcr. 9, 1973
Three Sections
f;ice ^o .or.to
YVhatt happening here...
REPORT TO THi COMMUNITY
There is not a campaign leader in Greater Miami who does net
believe that a SIS million dollar goal for 1973 is attainable and
necessary.
To date, our campaign stands at S5 825,000, which on a gill for
gift basis represents a 14 per cent increase over the 1972 Combined.
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Campaign.
This underscores no; only oi belief that our goal is realistic; it
demonstrates that once the lMmMfl of this Jewish community .
the fastest growing Jewish community outside of Israel are made
awore of the life saving work of our 50 local, national and overseas
agencies their commitment is total.
Our 22 local agencies and services will be needing more money
in the coming year just to maintain their present level of services.
These agencies touch the life of every member of the
Jewish community in the areas of health, education and
welfare services.
Their work is too important for us to say to them
"^ ^ f "cut back." These agencies must be encouraged to
^^ m expand their present services and innovate new programs
to meet the projected needs of tomorrow.
We have said before that only when our Jewish
mmunitf is strong and viable can we effectively extend our hand
to Jews in need wherever they may be. But there is onother aspect
to successful expansion.
Only when our own community is provided for can we say that
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is truly making Greater Miami
a better place in which to live for all people.
This feeling is at the core of the Federation concept ... as it s
the core of 'Tiedukah' ... the Jewish approach to relating to our
fellow men.
There ore still many itdividuals who have not made a commit-
ment to our 1973 campaign ... and we will be reaching them with
the Federation slery in th upcoming weeks. Once they understand
the scope of our community involvement, they, too, will join in mak-
ing our SIS million goal a reality.
Just as the v -rid Jewish community has promised not to let Is-
rael down till Jewish community of Greater Miami is not going
to let its next-door neighbors down.
DR. LEON KRONISH
Associate Generaf Chairman
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Isratl fmergence fund Campaign,
I Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
I 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
land Israel Emergency Fund Campaian
Fla. Doctors Must
State Religion, Race
Mrs. Meir's TV Hints
Increase Speculation
On Remaining in Office
The Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith this week protested the
Florida Medical Association's
use of membership application
forms which ask physicians to
provide their religion and race.
Burton Young, chairman of
ADL's Florida Executive Com-
mittee, said the League has re-
ceived comp'alnts about the
FMA's application form, which
asks prospective members for
their "church affiliation" and
"race."
He said ". the FMA's col-
lection and storage of this in-
formation on individual physi-
cians is easily subject to abuse
by those intent on religious and
racial discrimination."
He said a recent call to the
FMA regarding the background
of a Miami physician gained the
response to a question about a
doctor's religion that the doctor
had not filled in that question.
The FMA employee added "but
I think he is Jewish.'"
Arthur Teitelbaum, ADL's re-
Continued wn P$> 10-A
C4UIIST LOSSES CERTAIN
French Elections
May Help Israel
PARIS (JTA) The first
round in the French legislative
elections seems to indicate that
France's policy in the Middle
East will drastically chance with
the formation of the new govern-
ment.
Results of the first round
seem to indicate that the Gaul-
list majority will form the next
government, but will heavily
depend on the supj>ort and back-
ing of the center Reform Party
led by Rouen Mayor Jean Le-
canuet and Jean-Jacques Servan-
Schreiber.
The Reform Party has made
it crystal-clear in pre-election
declarations that an improve-
ment In Franco-Israeli relations
is a basic issue of its program.
Mr. Lecanuet and Mr. Servan-
Schreiber told the JTA a few-
days before the election that
they will demand a switch in
Franco's Middle East policy, a
halt to the arms embargo, and
a rapprochement with Israel.
The two Reform Party lead-
ers stressed that they will sup-
port the Gaullists and help them
form a new government 'only on
condition that tnc Reform Party
program is adopted."
During this week's vote for
the election of the 490-member
National Assembly, the left-wine
Socialist-Communist coalition
came to within four points of
winning an absolute majority
of the popular vote.
Due to the complexities of
the French electoral system,
"hich provides for an election
j Conference
I Sets Mark :
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By GERALD SCHWARTZ
In a moving address which
was significant in her failure to
discuss the Libyan plane or
Khartoum terrorists incidents.
Prime Minister Golda Meir
again captured the hearts of
world Jewry in Miami Beach
Saturday night
Speaking before a capacity at-
tendance of 3,000 persons in the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Meir
Continued on Page 5-A
in two rounds, all candidates
who have won at least 10 per
cent of the vote in the first
round can run again. Th.> sys-
Contimied On Pace 9-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rai ..- are pondering this week
whether Premier Golda Melt's
remarks on an American tele-
vision interview indicated that
she plans to remain in office
after this year's national elec-
tions, contrary to her often
state! intention to retire.
Responding to questions from
newsmen on CBS-TV "Face The
Nation," Mrs. Meir said that her
political future would be de-
cide-1 by her party.
The Labor Party leadership.
Continued on Pare 11-A
Beirut Explosion
Hits Haifa Ship
TEL AVIV (JTA> A Greek
passenger shi'.> with 25'2 Israel-
bound American tourists aboard
was disabled in Beirut harbor
by a bomb explosion this week.
The passengers. Baptists and
Methodists on a Holy Land tour,
were safely evacuated from the
partially sinking vessel.
El Al operated four special
flights this evening to bring the
passengers from Cyprus, wheiv
they had been taken, to Israel.
It was learned that the bomb,
apparently concealed aboard the
ship by Arab terrorists, explod-
ed at about 11 p.m. Sunday
night tearing a hole in the ship's
hull.
The vessel started to sink but
managed to tie up to a quay. It
was assumed here that the ter-
rorists had intended the bomb
to explode while the ship waa
in Haifa but it detonated pre-
maturely.
The ship, the Sonion. is a reg-
ular caller at Israel, arriving at
Haifa weekly fallowing a call
at Beirut.
She is under charter to Whole-
sale Tours International of Flor-
ida which arranges pilgrimages
to the Holy Land for American
cihurch groups.
The pi'grims are flown to Cy-
prus where the Sonion picks
them im for cruises to Turkish,
Lebanese and Israeli ports. The
vessel usually serves as their
hotel while they take tours
ashore.
Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir is welcomed to Miami
by Col. Jacob M. Arvey (left) and Samuel Rothberg for her
appearance at the Inaugural Dinner which successfully
launched the 1973 worldwide Israel Bonds campaign. Col.
Arvey was toastmaster at the banquet which honored Mr.
Rothberg Israel Bonds general chairman, before 3.800 per-
sons at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Meir renewed Israel's
quest for peace at the dinner.


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Friday, March 9, 1973
Ambassador Doron To Speak
At Histadrut Third Seder
Ambassador Jacob Poron, Israel
envoy to the United Nations and
No. 2 man in the Pennaru nt
AMBASSADOR DORON
lissii 1 1 : Israel to Ambassadoi
koah, !l 11' tli>' prln-
- eakei at the traditional
["hit d Sedei s| onson > bj 1 he
11 1 Council Ap II 1
!' mtaii bleau I ''!.
s no nci til ol Ambas!
was made
-. :.i. Mi e Le\ in, chair-
aii ol thi board, and Samuel
eiiKu in t, 1 1' the I
1 "oi m il The Miami
1 luncl ."ii also u ill highlight
: t's celebration ol Israel's
_ ''.< annh 1 rsaiy "i *l itehood.
Born in Leningrad 'then St.
etet bi in ivii 1. Mr, Doron
was educated in Berlin ami moved
Palestine -)'1 years ago, where
he wi agriculture, steve-
: is an : buil I ng.
He joined the Haganah in 1935,
ante an offii er an i was
in the N' at ; Defensi
11 ing the 1948-19 War ol
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Government Law School, ami had
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n Haifa from 1939 until 1939.
He joined the Israel Ministry
for Foreign Affairs in 19.i9. and
served as Consul General in the
Union of South Africa and five
other African nations before be-
coming Ambassador to Venezuela
in 1937. He later served as Am-
bassador to Trinidad and Tobago
and then to Barbados before be-
coming Deputy Representative to
the UN April 24. 1971.
Mr. Feinstein said a commtitee
of leaders ol the Histadrut and of
the entire Labor Zionist -Move-
ment is being organized for the
'I bird Seder, which will feature a
special Israeli entertainment pro-
duced and directed by Shmuel
I ershko, noted Israeli composer
ana musician who is musical di-
rector of Tempi. Kmanu-EI.
The Miami Beach Third Sod, i
will Us the second largest In the
Rabbi Groner To Lead
Discussion of Esther
"The Book of Esther." in a lis-
isslon led by Rabl i Avraham
Kroner, spiritual leadei ol Con-
rogation El : Chain- of Miami
Bi ach, will '. e the subji I of the ,
ntxt meeting of the Great Jewish
Books Group Thursday, March 15,
i t 2 p.m.. at the Miami Beach
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave
Coincidentally, March 15 falls
i the day of the Fast of Esther,
memorializing tlv salvation of the
Jewish people from the tyrant
Haman and his king, Ahasuerus,
The discussion will thus deal with
the implications of the story of
i sther in the ugm of today's liv-
ing, Coordinator is Samuel Reiser,
1 nation, according to Mr. Levin.
I ,)nly New York City will have a |
; larger celebration during Pass- i
over.
VA* Pamphlet Now Available
A new Veterans Administra- Veterans with service on or aftet
lion pamphtot "Summary of Bene- Feb. 1. 1985, are covered under il*
tits for Veterans with Military j current GI Bill and a Separate
Service Before Feb. 1. 1955. and j pamphlet outlining th.-ir benefits
Their Dependents" Ls now avail- j has been available for some time
rble at the Miami Veterans As- Mr. Borrs said.
instance ("enter. Knom 100. Fed-
cial Building. 51 SW 1st Ave.
,-\Ve will ho glad to send this
pamphlet to any welfare office.
Ura'li Film Here
An Israeli movie, "Rondezvoui
nursing home, homes for senior 'With Youth," will be shown or.
citizens, hospital or other Institu-1 Ch. 2. on Wednesday, at 6 p.n
Hon Where veterans with service Th|V fm Ls ,)nKiuced and directed
prior to Feb. 1, 19.v\ or concerned ,,.,.- c.
. ,. ... hv Jewish National Fund, and will
members ol their families can be "'
leached." C. W. BoggS, officer-in- snow Us **" in "**> DJ eta*
charge said. dren and adults.
Narol Ends Series
Ti mple l-rael o! i Ireater Mia n -
field A.l ill Institute con-
ii \tii animal season Sun-
Di .1"- ; !i Nat '
|i Ic's si nior i abbi i
i sun -i.ii \ ol the series
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25th ANNIVERSARY
ECONOMICALLY STRONG .
BUY ISRAEL BONDS AND
GIVE TO THE U.J.A. AND
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Hebrew U. Friends Name 4
Torch of Learning Laureates
Four American Jewish commu-
nitj leaders, two loom South Klor-
baye been named 1993 Toi ii.
of Learning Laureates by the
' :r Frli nds ol iho Hebrew
i : sity i lie men will be pre-
rinc their national aai ds ni
In- Ti il it I tinner March 21 ;it
the i:ii-n Roc Hotel honoring Sen.
11 H. Humphrey.
Mas M. Kampclman of Wash-
'., t'chard Levy
i -h Math in i Nati-1 Sha-
iH and Lewis E.
Zoi n -1 iami B 'ach will receive
the 'in. -'i of Learning fcsigna-
the banquet at which Son.
wil receive the 1973
-'
Mr. Zorn, a truate ol the Mount
?inni !.' leal 'enti .. i< a mem-
i the National Board ol
V". i -,-.n Friends ol the 11 n
Univenuty. Tho Temple Beth Sho-
tom member is tamer president
anil ishief executive officer oil
Mvron Brodie,
Federation JVeep
To Be TV Guest I
Myron J Brodie. executive vice'
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will lie the
Icatured guest on 'The First Es-
tate." Sunday. He will speak on
'The Jewish Community of
Greater Miami Comes of Age."
The interfaith program will be
aiu-d on Ch. 4 at 8:30 a.m.. and
at t>:!'iO p.m. the seme day on
Ch 2.
l-'i (! ration, which has been
called the "central address of
Miami's Jewish community,"
sponsor* the annual Combined
Ji a i- Appeal Israel Knie -
n. \ F m.l i 'a npaiin, This year's
CJA [EF goal Is $15 million
from these campa ns
i pi ipporl 50 local, nal lonal and
,,. i >as social welfai e a tencii s.
lui i;. -two ol tin Be agencies
and lei i ai e Miami-basi d.
The .'' i m cormnunity of
Greater Miami is the fifth largest
j ivish communit> In the United
States ami the fastest growing
Jewish community outside of
Israel.
The First Estate is sponsored
by the Catholic Archdiocese, the
Metropolitan Fellowship of
Churches and the Rabbinical
Assn. of Greater Miami in an
effort to foster better understand-
ing among Miami's religious
communities."
Along with moderator Rev.
Luther C. Pierce, a consultant to
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and' Jews, Mr. Brodie will
discuss the role and needs of the
GMJF in the Greater Miami area.
NATHAN SAfRAN
Bruck-Collegiate Outfitting Com-
panies, a subsidiary ol American
Ho.-pital Supply Corp-
Mr. Shafra.l, chairman of the
Cleveland Chapter ol the Vmer-
ican Friend- is gem ral chairm in
ol the Israel Fond- Committei in
Cleveland, A board memtx
Park Synagogue and a dire tor i I
Si ibui I n rununitj Ho*
he i- executive vice president ol
Forest City Enterprises, Inc., and
chaii man ol the board ol F.C.I -
Dillon, Inc., a w holly ow n< d sub-
sidiary. II" i- a nationally recog-
nised authority on factory-t>ro-
duced housing and components,
lumber purchasing and shelter
marketing.
Dr. Kampclman. who earned his
Ph.D. in political science from the
University of Minnesota in 1951,
is a New York and Washington
attorney who serves as chairman
Of the hoard of trustees Of WFTA-
TV, the dgea#r Wasringtjw Edu-
cational Ti le\ Ision Association,
InciHoih an owBsawial vh.'('->.
lege of the Virgin Islands, wa:
advisor to the United Stati -
iiIon to the l nited Nations
6 and :ii(>7. and ih iia.ii ol iii.decs ol ih Amer
ican Histadrul Cultural Exchange
Institute.
Mr. l.i \ \ b.i- sen ed for two
mi tthe stee/iiij eon nittei
of tin c. atei lew ish I- e I-
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Nix-
on-watchers now need to keep a
sharp eye on the President's re-
lations with organiz.-d labor,
and especially with tough shrewd
old George Meany and his AFL-
CIO.
After all. tho President dear-
ly loves cutting slices from the
gizzard ol the Democratic Party.
No area of the Democratic giz-
zard is more vlunerable and sen-
sitive than organized labor. The
liberal Democrats have already
gone far toward alienating their
party's indispensable labor sup-
Golda Meir's Presence Memorable
The presence of Golda Meir at the launching of the
International Israel Bond Campaign for 1973 was an event
which will live long in the memory of the local residents
who made up a large part of the 3,000 who greeted her.
Although Israel's Prime Minister was in Miami for the
Israel Bond event and in the United States for important
talks with President Nixon, her mission also gave grectt
impetus to the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund cempaign which is going into high gear in our com-
munity.
From all reports. Golda's golden touch will prove of
great benefit to the State of Israel as it marks its 25t'i
anniversary. She is living proof that age is no barrier to
being a charmer and one of the great assets to the Jewish
people.
Black September Acts Significant?
The latest Black September act of terror may be re-
garded as having significance beyond the immediate wild
demands which led to the deaths of innocent diplomats.
These are added to their wanton killings which included
the Munich murders of Israeli Olympic athletes and the
Lod Airport massacre.
Even before the crime in Sudan, the terrorists were
known to fee! isolated from the political activity in the Arab
states which seemed to be leading to some sort of settle-
: with Israel. As the Jerusalem Post stated several
days before the latest killings, "They may yet resort to an-
other desperate act" in order to demonstrate their existence
end their need to be recognized as a force among the
Arabs.
Despite strong talk from the community of nations,
shocked by yet another in the recent lo:ia list of interna-
tional terrorist acts, it is really the Arab nations which bear
the responsibility for Black September and El Fatah. The
main source of aid for these organizations have been such
oil-rich states as Libya and Saudi Arabia, and they have
not hesitated to encourage the terrorists to commit subver-
sive acts even against their own Arab neighbors, such as
Lebanon and Jordan, which they feel are not militant
enough against Israel.
The tragedy at Sudan does not mitigate the tragedy
of the shooting down of the Libyan airliner. But it is fur-
ther proof to the world that Israel's reaction, erroneous
though it might have been in retrospect, is understandable
in an. area where madmen are supported and encouraged
by nations in their desperate acts.
Joint Defense League A Plague
Nationally and internationally, the Jewish Defen-e
League continues to be an embarrassment to the main
body of the Jewish people. That it may, at one time, have
served to focus atiention on Soviet Jewry and problems of
urban living for many Jews is about the only plus factor in
its short history. Today its criminal violence in Israel and
here and wild demands for money recently from the World
Council of Churches are the kind of acts we have associ-
ated with fascist groups, not Jewish organizations.
Meir Kahane's move to Israel has added nothing but
additional problems for the Jewish state, particularly in
its dealings with Christians. Physical attacks by JDL mem-
bers on both Arab and Christian churches have received
worldwide attention in a manner which seems to belie the
Israel boast that it offers these religions freedom to prac-
tice and protection of their sacred monuments which was
never granted before.
The JDL must be isolated as a plague which is infect-
ing some of our youth to the detriment of the total Jewish
community.
eu?i v *pRM4 ovej^ me Potomac
port. Herein lies the Presidi nt
opportunity.
BIT THE equation is lecidi |.
|y complicated with many -
nificant factor.-;. One factor is
former Secretary of the T:
ury John Connalfy. What has
long been ob\ ious ls now | .
widely advertised. The I
dent thinks so well of Conns y
that lie regards him as an
nently suitable successor in the
White House.
I.ong ago. when John ( .
nally first entered the i 5,
Treasury, he began telling 1
dent Nixon that the Republi
were foolish to concede
labor vote to the Dcm'>crat- -
as they had previously b.v:
ing for many years; He predict !
thai 1972 would pro.h......
kind of huge labor defect ii 1
the Republicans that in fa. t
occurred. Rather naturally 1 it
prediction is remembered at
Whit.' House in John Conn
favor.
Tills TREND of thought :
the patu 1 n il the 1972
have already combed to 1
i a first conspicuous re?
in of the Pr
ilicy was vas
influenced by 'he views
Geoi Mi an) The ch
and other aspects ol Phasi
were in fa :l carefully neg >
with the !h.s< of the AFL-i
li\ ,'ntin Connaliy's successoi
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Continued Ml Pane 9-A


COMMENT
Ev< '.. > 1 ar, .' iut this t
I se m to gel disturbed in print
al "in the lend, rs >! American
Is or. It i- apparent
that I cannot resist hovering
around the Americana for a few
hours during the meetings of
the AFL-CIO, exchanging some
words with some old friends
fewer and fewer words, it seems
nnd leaving with the feeling
that 1 really shouldn't do this
again.
Any analyst would tei: me
that I am still hung up on the
alues of the '30s, as they n -
late to Hi" labor movement, and
the fact that almost 40 yi 1 -
latei the overs! iffed and agin \
leaders of labor resemble noth-
ing less than tho* old radical
n toons of big-bellied capital-
ist tdollar signs on the bellies
so you didn't miss them), is
I to be disturbing. It is
ther sign of the ti
' al Jo.. Curran, the National
itine Union's head, is ,,
to retire with benefits 1 sti-
mated at >l million or so
'' is not alone, as th ra be-
to me foi th se
nilitai *- lo I
ward only to retirement.
DESPITE claims to the
al the time, the evidi
ar thai what I wi 1
than a y. ar Bj o about A
ican labor,
in particular, was truly pro-
ph< tic. The myth that p<
i- that American I^abor IG<
Meanyl and Capitalism iDick
Nixon) are in conflict as evi-
denced by the rudeness shown
the President when he spoke be-
fore the (AFL-CIO" convention
. Reality L that the differ-
ences are about as {treat as that
between General Motors and
Chrysler in the chase for the
i
n do lar, inflate d as it
is."
of cours you are av, are that
six months after that article
appeared, George Meany gave
meaningful support to the Nixon
reelection campaign by foi
a "neutral" position on orga-
nized labor. As on.- who learned
how to exploit that kindofphon)
i Utral i In more than one
political campaign, it eome> as
no surprise that a grateful
Pr< lent i< ready to maki the
; to Big Labor.
\t ins OWN appearan < be-
fore the AFL-CIO Executive
Council. Nixon added ;
of a labor man as an assistant
tary for ever) cabinet
his appointment
of one of the fat cats as S
of Labor. M) hunch Is
no deal has en mad
the lurid sence, the quid pro quo
is that Bl Labor will ha
rree hand in th
' l that ire aboul I i
ace In return for
of the N -.
Ii policy which is ai i
ntlii i -i osl ol the nati
-.
I know thai so n "tie win
In that thi ain't so. that
y even denoui
ty>e :' in this
field, and that the i la Hot
a Democratic Con -
i t it needs 1
"'' 11al pro-
are advanced. But Big
Labor in America now repre-
sents a distinct and elite mi-
nority of workers which, despite
some fancy sociological writing,
is hostile to anv real effort to
help the 30 million who need
decent jobs, decent housing and
decent schooling. Meany has al-
by EDWARD COHD
'J
ways taken care of his
first, a- has his buddy thi
tary ol Labor ai I
is no reason to b, He-,. |
then advanced age and it: I
love affair with Richard N
they are about to chan
IN ONE SENSE, I
I am writing this column '
mind some of my readers I
their fixed positions
rican labor movement
>ul ol dale History "
fessor Samuel Portno)
wroti quite sharply cone.
m\ column which allied M
Nixon. "To begin with I
deeply resent Cohen's I *
and dishonest coupling
Nixon and Meany Meany, a
Democrat and staunch -
porter of liberal ld< as d
through the yi are, was enli
in th tru be against the i
hi so
R| fixoi
I hi elf into the |
arena ." Thai
the last day ol Deceit
I wonder if the g
; a i a goo I nance to si
the Meanv-Nixon history
then?
And, finally* what disturbs
i? that v ithoul exception
people who wrlti about I
things for the media conl
to stress the Importance ol
I al o ai j the Di mo
rarty as if the !asl 20 yean
/en tube, il not a n
it as important a
tor as tli" Jewish vote
maybe less. Th* 1972 primaries
and Democratic Convention
made this plain, if nothing else.
And the latest AFL-CIO Execu-
tive Council meeting again made
it perfectly clear what a reac-
tionary force Big Labor con-
tinues to be in our society.


Friday March 9 1973
+Jewiii thrktt&n
Prime Minister Stimulates
Bond Conference Record Sales
( ontinued from Pog 1-A
lauded President Nixon and
"previous administrations" for
their support of Israeli inde-
pendence and security as she
helped launch the worldwide
1973 Israel Bonds campaign.
A word-shattering; initial sale
of $136.3 million towards a goal
of $360 million was announced
by general ehaimtan Samuel
Rothherg, honon-e of the inter-
national Inaugural Conference's
concluding banquet.
Mrs. Meir lauded Mr. Roth-
berg for his lifetime of effort in
behalf of the Jewish !>eople and
of Israel, and singled out Mrs.
Rothberg for special praise and
a warm embrace. Additional
plaudits for Mr. Rothberg. chair-
man of the board of governors of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, were the order of the day.
Joining in the salute were Ira
Guilden, president of Israel
Bonds and leader of Boys Town
of Jerusalem, and Col. Jacob M.
Arvey of Chicago and Miami
Boach, toastmaster for the emo-
tion-packed dinner.
Mrs. Melr entered the Orand
Ballroom, filled a* not even
David Ben-Gurion nor Presi-
dents Truman. Kennedy or John-
son had done In dinner* of yes-
teryear. Just moments before the
announced 7:30 p.m. starting
time.
A Iu*3-eourse banquet, includ-
ing an anniversary cake cele-
brating Israel's 25 years of state-
hood, was served with dispatch
in 60 seconds under an allotted
hour.
A tight agenda eliminated
greetings from all hut James M.
Albert, Greater Miami Israel
Bonds chairman, and Canada's
bonds chairman Henry Blatt.
Mr. Rothberg spoke in his
iimuI. dynamic style, sin-ling
out a $1 million purchase by
James Ross of Youngstou-n. Ohio
and assuring; the a-sembled Jew-
ish leaders who had paid a
minimum of 9S.8C0 In bonds plus
$40 for the dinner that the
1973 goal "will be met, and quite
possibly exceeded."
But the evening belonged to
Mrs. Meir. who avoided any di-
rect or indirect mention of
either Israel's downing of a Lib-
yan airliner, the censure which
followid. or of the execution of
American and Belgian diplomat-;
by Palestinian terrorists in the
Sudan.
She quickly noted that "Mr.
Nixon knows that when I come
to Washington. I usually want
something." The a liencc re-
sponded with laughter, and she
pointed out thai ''He does not
make me fee! as though I am
the p:i ne minister of a small.
strt i .: nation .....king aid
from the largest, most iwwer-
ful nation in the world.
Mrs. Meir said that "Mr. Nl\-
on and the United States do not
help us "tthout knowing that we
seek, above all else, the attain-
ment <>f peace with our neigh-
bors."
Without setting an optimistic
timetable, she predicted that
Arab masses, "who have lived
in poverty and totalitarian states
because of the desire to destroy
Israel, i.\ ill some day live in
peace with us and then know
the fruits of democracy and
freedom."
Mrs, Meir presented Mr. Roth-
berg with the first Israel Sil-
ver Anniversary Award, includ-
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Meir and Mr. Ben-Gurion, both
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signers on May 14, 1948.
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lr. Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth siuiloin and Dr. Irving
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man of the Israel Bonds rab-
binic cabinet, handled the invo-
cation and benediction In flaw- i
less Hebrew and English.
I.eo Bernstein, executive vice-
president of Israel Bonds, and
Mi'ton M. Parson. Greater Mi-
ami director for bonds who
served as conference coordina-
tor, tad completed the Israel
Silver Anniversary observance
without a hitch.
But they already are at work
for the 1974 Inaugural Confer-
ence, scheduled for Miami Beach
to celebrate the attainment of
more than $2.5 billions in sales
of Israel Bonds, a drive launched
in Miami Beach May 10, 1931,
by then Labor Minister Golda
Meir.
Bess Myerson, Commissioner of Consumer Affairs for New
York City, helped raise nearly S200.000 in Capital for Israel
at a luncheon last Sunday at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The
Israel Bond Organization administers Capital for Israel, and
the funds will be used to expand Israel's agricultural indus-
try. With Miss Myerson at the luncheon were (left to right)
Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple Sholom, Julian Venezsky, chair-
man of regions for Israel Bonds, and Leo Bernstein, Israel
Bond executive vice president.
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Friday, March 9, 1973
HEBREW U. DINNER SLATED MARCH 21
Israel Economic Minister Set
For Tribute To Sen. Humphrey
TIBOR HOI 10
Ze'cv Shcr. economic minister of Ihon served ighl years as ad-
Israel to the United States and viser to the Bank ol Israel and
Canada will be guesl speaker | chairman of the auditors council
rrom 1968 lo 1972.
[n h various ea| a itirs in Hi"
Mini-itrj ol Justice, Mr Sher acted
:.,. ... i om nercial and I
lative iratiei -. and represent! l
the State i. Israel in various in-
tornatiiinai nej oti itions and i

II- served with the Israel de-
fens forces during the 1948-49
War "i Ind< [>ei dence. and was
in the Six-Da) War n
Tune, 1987. He has served a -in-
Tibor Hollo Appointed
CJA Trades Chairman
Tiboi Hollo, president i>f Flor-
da East ("oast Properties, Inc.,
ias been named chairman of the
; ildi rs and Allied Trades Divi-
sion of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation's 1973 Combined Jew-
sh Apiieal Israel Emergency
' id campai
'.'. ith the ex|iei ience and co n-
nirm nl that Tibor Hoi o bi ings
o our 197! CJA-IEF Campaign.
> 're 'onl id nl that he will ad i
i n< nd >t si) to its success." sai '
Harrj A. i Hapi I >. 1973 CJA-
EF chairman in making the an-
monl.
Federation's annual CJA-IEF
ampaigns help support 50 local,
intional and overseas social wel-
ire agencies; inchidinf -''J Miami-
-i agencies airl services. This
year's campaign goal is $15 mil-
lion.
a native of Budapest, Hollo
grow up in southern France and
was educated at the Paris Poiy-
ti i. ique Institute. Shortly after,
he settled :n the United States
and began his career as a general
contractor In Michigan. Centered
thi re and in Now York State, his
activities involved commercial and
ai artment construction.
month stint on loan to the L*i it >.
Nation- Se retarial as an
in the Bureau of Economic Af-
f a ira
Married, and the fai
was named economic ministei to
the United States ai I C
September, Lff/3
Ri val l< 'ii- for the National
Tri nit'' Dinner may be mad il
he offices o! the American I '
of the Hebrew University
h or through membei -
Society ol Founders ol the I! .
I nivei it) ol Jerusalem.
Hollo moved to Florida in 1953,
and was it^d one year later by
Fortune Magazine as the- 10th
la-fjest general contractor in the
nation. With established enter-
prises In the Detroit area and in
Brevard County. Fla., Hol'o looked
toward Miami, where he soon
started Florida East Crist Prop-
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n number ol large-scale prnjecU,
including Plaza Venetia, a s
milli m commercial residential
complex in downtown Miami.
Vet he -nd finds tim to partici-
in a variety of civic and
religio is functions
R i nl') li se; ve i as co-chair-
man of the Israel Ambasa
Ball in I treasurer of the Shiel i
' Israel award dinner. He alsi
I is general chairman of the
Miami Bea h s
I in nan Day School
A m< irter of the United Con-
tions' Youth Commission,
has ilso served as general
chairman for the American Tech-
rion Society's premiere national
.il Miami Beach. Gov-
Reubin Askew has named
him to a post on the state's task
force on housing and community
. and he i- a member of
; the governor's council on factory-
lilt housing.
MINISTttl SHER
March 21 at the Eden Roc Hotel
when thi American Friends of the
Hebrew University present thi
1973 Scopus Award to Sen. Hubert
If. Humphrey.
Announcement of Mr, Sher's ac-
ceptance was made by Louis Wolf,
son II. general chairman of tht I
National Tribute Dinner to Sen
Humphrey, Mr. Wolfson noted this
will he Minister Sher's first for-
ma' appearance in Florida. al->
though he accompanied Finance!
Minister Pinchas Sapir to Miami
Beach last month.
Proceeds from the $250-a-plate!
banquet will be used for the re-'
cently established scholarship
fund benefitting culturally and
i .i -alJ) disadvantagi d stu-
dents at the Hebrew L'niversit) i
of Jeru-aa r.. Mr. Wolf son said. |
Ministi r Sher i- former Deputy
Attorney General of Israel, serv-
ing in the nation'- second highest
I position from 1968 to 1972
when he was named economic min.
ister. lie b< came Assistant \ttoi -
n \ General In 1954, aftei rad-
ualioa from the Hebrew Univer-
sity Faculty ol Law and earning
Univei sity.
i master's degree from Harvard
Durii period from 1960 to
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Fridcjy March 9 1973
,1
+.knisl> nrridftcyn
Page 7-/3.
Rabbi Weinschneider
To Be Feted Mar. 18
Rbbi Abraham Woinsehncidor. |
rabbi emeritus of the Jacob s! !
Cohen Community Synagogue, '
ADL Seminar To Discuss 'Key' Role
. :\:, .
Miami for the occasion.
The banquet is lning sponsored
by the Jacob C. Cohen Com- i
irAinity Sl-naitojrue on behdif ofJ
the Greater Miami Jew ish Fed-
eral ion's 1973 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign.
The Honorable Michael Shashar. I
Consul of Israel in New York, will
be guest s|* aker at toe cunt.
which Will also he keyed to the
celebration of Israel's 25th Anni-
versary.
Leonard Zilr>ci t is peneral
chairman of the event Serving on
the committtee arc: Rabbi Tibor
H. Stern, spiritual leader of the
community synagogue; Jacob
Cohen, president; Ben D. Wilson,
chairmai. ot the board: Alfred
Lieber. .Sol Krevat. Isadore Rraf-
man and Alex I.ittman.
Reservations may be made at
the office of the synagogue.
'Key 73" and its Implication-'
for the Christian and Jewish Com-'
munlties" will i. the topic of the
March meeting of the Anti-Defa-|
nation Li ague's monthly seminar I
on religious education. The ses-!
rtan.wiM .bMTirc.lay awi-nin* at :
Temple Beth Am.
Tlie seminars, now neering their
-> :ond ycarol continuou< monthb
meetings, Involve representatives
trcm more than 15 Miami area
Caiho'ic, Protestant and Jewish I
and most of the participant- an
professionals in the field of re-
ligious education.
Burton Young, chairman of
ADL's Executive Committee, said
th'' seminal.s provide a forum in
.\hi-li rhe*0 mvo'vd in denomina-
tional education programs can
meet together lor the purpose ol
sharing problem- and ideas re-
lated to religious and school pro.
igrams.
Mr. YouiiT said Christian and
J.'wi-h |iarticipants have had frank
and enlightening exchange <>
views, a prvxe-- Which ha1-- ix--
enhanced by the sense of con-
tinuity which the minar has de-
veloped over th" past !'- years
congregations.
The seminars are specifically
tle.itmed for persons Involved in
church and synagogue programs,
Drug Rehabilitation Topic At Voters Meetinq
Voters. Inc.. will meet on Tuo- I
day at S p.m. in the Washlngtoi
Federal, 1234 Washington Am
Harry Levy is president.
(i,v<\ spep.kers wiX be vio
nyor of Miami Beach, Robert
oodrr.an: County Commissioner
ilarvey Ruvin, and Mrs. Marian
JaiTCtt who-i- topic will be "Drn.
I'.c habilHation "
KARRI WKINSCIINKIDKR
will be honored at a traditional
"ni m Seudah banquet on Sunday.
Match IS. at the Kden Roc li.'t-":
Rabbi Weinschneider, now liv-
ing in Jerusalem, will fly info
Spinoza Forum Meets
Spino/a Forum tor Enlighten-
ment, meets every Thursday at
10 a.m.. at 12-14 Washington Ave,
Dr. Abraham Wolf son i- founder
and director, Arnold Kleiner.
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vJenisti FtcrkMiar,
Friday, March 9, 1973
Local Residents Honored By Israel Bonds
Many local residents will re-, to B'nai B'lifh. Farbard National' minium on Sundav. March 18. at1 and a board member of B'nal
ecrve the State of Israel Scroll of: Jewish Workers Alliance, Jewish 10 a.m.
Honor from the Israel Bond Or-
ganization during the coining
weeks.
On Saturday, foK owing a G:30
f3n. reception, the Morton Tow-
-ers-Israel Dinner of State to be
ho'.d at the Fontalneb'eau Hotel
will honor Mrs. Fanny Houtz, ac-
cording to Kmanud Mer-.tz. Mor-
ton Towe-s dinner chairman.
War Veterans. American Legion
and the Jewish Historial Society.
Mrs. Tecoskv was a nurse and
Mr. Derjnark held a seat on the
New York Stock Exchange before
retiring to Florida. He helped
srrveTin World War II u anij<""d the Bar-Han University in
instructor.
Jew ish humoi ist Joey Russell
will be featured entertainer at
both dinners.
Miami Beach couples who will
B'rith.
Mrs. Denmark, who came to the
United States in 1940. is a mem-
ber of Hadassah. She was for-
merly executive director of the
Jewi-h Home for the Aged in Cin-
cinnati.
Israel, received CJA awards in
1964 and 1965, and was on the
board of directors for the Jewish
Home for the Aged in Pittsburgh. ,
.. o,. ,: the Moorings Israel Bond Corn-
He was chairman of State of
Jack Zirgelheim is chairman of
Isra-M Bonds in St xibcnville. Ohio.
Mrs. Houtz. a psychiatric social bc ho-<- on Saturday at S p.m. inc'ude'
Mr. and Mt. Herman Bakerman. Mcno,ah, Mr. Denmark is now a and long-time
tety ', ''. a:i,>!? Ii*!,OTH' SaCK.a;' member of Temple Beth Torah Beach
..: lorf and Mr. and Mis. David__________________________________^ _______
worker, is ;t supporter of
Jewish and :: -c cause*.
Lenny Tawson and His Societ
Ochestia will provide the miisic
for Oarcing. Wassercnan, according to Benja-
.':. -b and Rose Teccsky will ,rin Landar. chairman,
rcceiw the Is-ao! Serol: on Thurs. Among entertainers will be
clay. Mai h 15. at tho Mar-Len vocalist Luz Morales.
Gardms Ar-artments. Judge Benjamrn II. and Mrs.
The 8 p.m. nrogram is V n Scl will receive the State of
mor.-o-e! by tv Eleanoi Roose- Israel Atzmait (Independence)
vclt _G:-o:: o: Hadassah and the awai I 0 1 Sunday, March IS at the
Mar-Len Chapter Ameri an Jew Caesarea Country Club ('.inner.
isli Congress under the au pic The affair will feature nnisie
of the Bond Organization. |a ,- by rhe Orchestra of
The Tecoskys retired to Florida '-" Wagman and Elaine,
from Phiadc'.phfa where Mr a "Breakfast in Israel" will
Teeosky was m past master of a honor Mr. and Mrs. Jose;>h Den-
Masonic Lodge. He also belong? mark at the (Moorings Condo-
mittee
All three dinners will spotlight
A former officer of Temple Eddie Schalfer, Jewish humorist
resident of Miami
Over 200 residents of the Roney Plaza gathered recently
for a meeting en behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. Shown (from left) Joseph Bernstein, 1973 CJA-
IEF H .. v Plara cochclrman; Louis Colernar., 1973 CJA
Rcn-^y Pinna operation uparade chairman; Attorney Ben
Essen, g.tcst speaker and Herman Bernard, 1973 CJA-IEF
Rc.ey Piaza general chairman.
dr. saul Tmnz
Dr. Saul Teplitz
Breakfast Guest
At IVfenorah
Dr. Saul I. TeDlit .-,; .
secretary f th Rabbini -a l As-
sembly .if Amei a. which -
' ative rabbinati
r the western hemisphere, will
he guest speaker at Temple
M. norah's I eakfast Forum -i
it 10:; .: m
",; ; hristl inity
i ;;.". : "
"If it is in 1 t.n of Cl
1
' :
I etain its
ntil ts 1 n
:. 11 .. 1
1 'ts own I 1
Key participants in the Roney Plaza-Israel Dinner of State,
lo be held Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel, met
this week for a final planning session. They were (left to
right) Samuel Rudenberq. dinner chairman; Gerald
Schwartz, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Israel Bonds Commit-
lee and guest speaker at the dinner, and Louis Coleman.
chairman of the host committee. The Dinner of State, which
is sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, will honor Roney Plaza residents Harry and Sarah
Maidenbaum.
Philadelphia Gets Archives Centei
ews foi his
rs in other to ^ Amer,can
I Te: tz ho served as 1
raW i in C 1.. 1 has
In a pioneer project to obtain soura c materials foi hist
and preserve important historical and edu< itota i-
reeord- about the Philadelphia for firrrflar centers ther
Jewish community, the Phitadel- -Mies with large Jewish v;::;;,,:,;^'^;'; ^he?f)ed} e
phia chanter of the American tion*.
Fewi Jh Committee and the Fedcra- Included in the archival collec-
tion of Jewish Agencies have es- tion are offidal minute book-, let-
I tabl:hed a professionally main- fers ,,:,, jal material, and in-
; tamed Archives ( enter. j vai.,;lh)o fjrst.nand acc0unta lh
!,K Philadelphia Jewish Ar- ij!(. of the newly arrived European
Center of the Federation j immigrant at the turn of the cen-
tablish Judaic programs ami ng
the coll."-.' youth "i Conservative
congregations.
Rabbi May.: Abramowitz, sjiir-
itual leader of Temple Men
will lead thi discussion following
the lecture at which CSY mem-
1 mi nd leaders will be pn I
HOVE
a treasure of fife
"There is a magic in that little word
'home'; it is a mystic circle that
surrounds comforts and virtues never
Inc., n bevond its hallowed limits."
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*Jewisti ftcridfian
Page 9-A
French Elections
May Help Israel
Continued From Pag*. 1-A
tern. which "nablcs candidates
to withdraw in each other's
*AL
isop
Continued From Page 4-A
the astute George
the treasury
Schultz.
That is not the end of Con-
nally's part in the story. He was
;i so the fir-t to bring to the
Nixon administration a much
more nationalistic approach to
ill mal trad an mon-
etary policy.
THE BKTTIXG i- heavy thai
President Nixon has been
manently converted to this nov-
el approach. The evidence is
strong, t i.- another con> it.
Having pursued the equal on
so far. you can then see why
tradi policy can ~<> asi i
to the nter o( ihi political
stare (; i M any and hi-
totallj
their forn
i--..I,. hi \ are
now -Tun. ly protects i '
THEIR ( I RRK> :
I U] "
1 spot -red by thi inel
S< n. Vane Hartke I ana
This bill would srl i
I -\ v : n imeos.....
1a- in ex pssive Am." an
i rts foi rn !- i' wo il i
also take a fearful whack at
; : i ni-v. i"i:'tii'.!i:oiia! Ami : -
lean corporations, which the
labor lea lers far to be acceptable to the
President.
Meanwhile, the on _v-dominant
liberal view of trade'policy still
generally prevails on the inter-
departmental committee on this
Subject, chaired by White House
aide Peter Flanagan. But the
President himself has reached
nc final decision on the matter.
Ci nsider, tin r fore, all the other
factors in the equation, as out-
above,
VOl' < AN then th
hi alwav- hate* '
/ ill. G e Mean;
e nol '
- lb B
!
;, ... i ,,- i u a in at
h.
So v l "
the President to
< '. to
, .-.. ni -.''
Meany? i '> '
tli as-
e ,-,,, [h i-
Istrai
II in I li
. past A s to I
j. w ,i | | the ha1 i
lerest' o! i "' ,v'!
and An < ''"
now to '" the ii".:.. t< -i-.
ON Til VT 1 ais, a '
t'n >
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witv
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to imi...... ''
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bean
lv i fade. As a
.... Wine fo
ht he add the
You can
outcom Shultz-N
t a'ons tl lii nd how
thboutcome would ad th Pres-
ident. But mwt Nail l that
he can new attain his ulti
goal with o-tani/.d labor unless
he erts further help from the
liberal l> moerats
expects and relies upon.
:


favor, cou'd Rive final victory
to the Gaullists if they obtain
the sujiport of the small, 12.4
per cent, but now all important
Reform Party The second round
will take place Sunday.
Even if the Gaullists win, the
new Gaullist government will
have to put up with a far larger
and more dynamic opposition.
The entry of the Reform Party
into the new government, which
most obsei vers here take for
granted, would probably in\.>'\.
the appointment of Lecanuet as
t h foreign mini! t< .
The currenl minister, Maurice
Schumann, seems in
i ani d from a Cabinel
exl rovi n : ni as
y po >r showing ;
en : : pra tica ly ce
' to be reelected to th Ho
: ling to French ti
nini ters ..: in' iriablj tpnoii -
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~ ): .". ed as an assist-
ant L'.S Attomej General for the
Southern District of Florida, and,
in 1961 -*as appointed a special
L'.S. attorney for the District o!
Puerto Ri'o. In 1971. he Joined
one of Miami's leading law firms.
but in 1972, accepted his present J
position.
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Friday, March 9, 1973
C72. tHMi SptaL. rjr*-. msummui

The Tent Of Meeting
m i ........,.......
ss
7&J
ervtces
By RABfU^tOWRr P. KRf>ZJXl,lialHVi their IJIlWl|.sj Temple Solel, Hollywood this planet. It has been a (loop Vhy \s "Hebrew" referred ta
,. .. abiding trust, a faith in the Di- as "Holy LanRiiiiKP?"
The Torah portion Pekude. vine that has perpetuated the mis-
Exodus 38:21-10:38 for this Shab-
bat describes with minute care the
fina' stages of
the construction
of the taber-
nacle, the sanc-
tuary of the
n'i'derncss. It
concludes the
entin narrative
of the Book of
Exodus with a
visible symbol of
the presence of
Cod in the
midst of his pee-
Naehmanides 'in his eommon-
mumi
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. MB SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Tiuy. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 2
Groner.
BBSs
=
32
sion of Israel for 4,000 years. We lliry to Kxodus 30:i:i. explains\mV?+lLF42L^mLm*U?!2>
*-- **- -----1- -* or. b. Miami. rieiOrm. i-isdn ncr-
s
have been .ailed the emblem of lhat Hebrew is referred to as the
eternity that neither*!auhternori..Hoiy I^nu,lagP" because the
torture of thousands of years could scriptures were written in Hebrew
destroy. Amid oppression and per- and because the Almighty used
secution that sinsjle ingredient, ,,, language of Hebrew with
faith, has served as a flame or hi- hj,.|. to communicate with His
spaation to light our passace ,.*.plo and through which to make
throigh the world The Hebrew His wi knmvn ,,, ,c
word for faith is "Emunah." whicht through the prophets. Maimonides
share; in the same root as the l.as another explanation. He claims
)"'!" "A"1.'.":. mSPSLm 1? that ,h'' Hebrew language is to be
r
NORTH SAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 Ttth Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can-
tor Murray Vavneh. 32.A
AGUDAS ACMIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabc Mor-
decai Chaimovita.
NOKTH MIAAV BIACH
K.iiiiii I ia/in
' bert Baumgard
I Krldm R:3 p.m. Rnbbl Herbert M.l ---------------
llaumanu-d mil upeak on, "In Ann- ADATH YESHURUN (Temple*. 102S
I Si iniiiMii I>...) NE Miami Gardens Or. Ooneerva-
-------------- tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnaky. Can-
. BETH DAVID ?t*5 SW 3rd Ave. tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 33
Conservative, nabbl Irving A. Warn- _________
gart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4 BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
I Friday V."" p.m.. mi South nude And- Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
lloriumi It,,. I Mhabbnl nervloe. Her- schita Cantor Jacob B. Mendenon 34
in- ii Inplc. "i iur I-'xi-iII'ih \ Qoldal ___m___
Broke Tliu-lv To Mis HollnofK th< B"NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Pop. Saturday 9 ;mi, <;it Coral Conservative. Habbi Victor O
War sanctuary) Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 3
sti'l another similar word is ,aias ,, dilt( t wonis ,,. su Omnah" which means "pillar.- ^ ;is lor examplc lh(. cenifa,s
May the "piBar" of our faith, f either sex. When those objects
Almighty find, continue to in- "re referred to they are men-
spire us "to hold fast" to his word tioned in the form of words which
plo. Israel. A
cloud ctr. ts Hi.' t nl of meeting
< the glory of the Lord fill; the
tabema !e. Whenev the cloud is
lifted up from it the children ,.i Pnabllng each of u= to become an n-.aj allude to their existence with-
Israel Journey forth
"artist" in the creation of this out mentioning them with a pro|vi
iarth a* an object of beauty, mak- name. (Guide to the Perplexed
Obvlous'y- it Is God's presence Ingour planet a planet that praises 3:81.
which motivates out people to con- o*i by praising man.
Fla. Doctors Must
State Religion, Race
< ontlnued from Page i-.\
gion r director, sai i thi League
1 nl a letter to the
FMA asking why they nee K d
the relit
< M said their
< Ul tWO-l'ne ... :, iKi'i n : I
i Horn than is answer-
ind i- xbo j naci : table."
VV Haro! I Pai h n, exec itive
vice ; sidenl o! the FMA re-
plied to the ADl.'s inquiry by
raying the Information "... is
for our archiv s i iltuarles and
other puiiu.v- which are In-
t rnal and should not be of con-
to your organization."
Mr. Teitelbaum said "particu-
in riew ol the unha< pv
historj of religious and racial
di< Timination in the medical
i -.!!, it is most Inappro-
s stal medical asto-
mi mbei -." Should the l-'M \
wani lo d vi !op statist! on the
i-.ii i"- i ac' ii doctors b'
Flor'da "they should do so i-i
a mann t wh h pi itects the
anonimitj of those i>'ing sur-
vcye I."
Hebrew K therefore, a hrly
Itsnguagi either because it \'..-,s
the language used by the Almighty
in revealing His will or becausi
i i; is a language which has remain-
id fruarded with reservation so as
!o allow human speech to expi
onl> what is clear of lemptation.
Wnj is the tomb ol Rachel
eonsldored to be i such special
signll'lcanre?
I bi Soloi ii bai [s lac i Rasi
BETH KOOESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segal. 6
-------a-
BETH TOV iiemple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Kridas R:I3 i-m Rabbi Kull ill|
-in.ik on. "Dietary I-awV followed I
i.v i men Khabbal
ISRAEL (Temple) "of GREATER Mi I
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10 I '""
Friday > pin. aneal apoaker, Rabbi CORAL GABUi
.Morton M Mnilehnum of Tempi. JUDEA (Temple,. 5500 Granada E-lvd
i-l of Akron. Mill -|i..,l. on, "WhS Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40
K.\ .: l-;-n rrouble ,.i. I>ul Frldai :.,,. | PraT ::,.,,~
..... r,,r '"' "' S lur.l,o ii:13 ,: ,- ,, j,
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th tWrnJi'?.' *"
St. Conserva-iv^ Habbi Haul J. .
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 ZAMORA (Temple) 14 z.imora Ave.
Conserv.it vr Rabbi Maxwell a!
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Bru-omer.
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. j?
l-'riilnv t;|5 ,i tn Avonluri r ddontH
1" bo hononnl, Saiurdaj 10: i n m ,
liai Mltivah: Rnheri, koii ,.t Mr and
Mr* Harry stolnma
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18'i1 Nl
1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E,
Caplan. 3i
----
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsay. 3
OR OLOM i i emcle< S755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winogr.-.J. Cantor > ehooda Binya- K
mm. 13 ;
41
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65(H) N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Ribbi Maun;r
Klein. 14
i ntary on (ienesis < IS
7i o.xulains thai :ho n isual situa- '""
Rachel was buried out- ail .im! "
" I'm i. itial .aw ill the ,, ^ -
.......'- '?' matriarchs was du. ,'TeUTv^'pLb^o^an ^a^
The am. plans to press its in- !" "!dl" bj the Almighty h ,n-j c-ntor Erroi Heiiman. i6 beth
quiry into the nature of the
l-'M.\ in1 rnal" use of the in-
ition on the religious an i
il identity ol ii> members,
Gulfstream ORT Plans
Saturday Auction
If. As ii appears in the boo
niah (31 15.16, v. hen the
b ws wen being led into cai th itj
and passed this burial place, a
' iceol severe weeping came for in
from this tomb. Ii was Ra ; i
wailing over the exile ol hi
scendants.
Gu'rstream Chapter. Women's! Tne "fbbis explain that Rachel'*
Vmevican ORT, will hold its annual !ii;'"'n' -as the only api>eal that
m or Saturday at 8 p.m. ai oy,>kc^ ,n'' mercy ol the Aln
the Sea oasl Towers Wesl Bids u" """'' s" ,nan "'*' l';' '- "I
.Moses and Aaron. Abraham Isaee
Auctionrv.ru wUl bo Sandy Ry- Jacob. Perha|i ii was meant to
wel and Raul Ruthf.eld. Chapter show thai even in a remote plaee
Mrs OlffoH there is always a source ol gra. '
. i I- iiiLi v
nf \
i ..
v, rnim
SURfSIDl
MOGAN DAV'3 CO" G R EG A on,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. H.iihi
Isaac O. Vine. 5,3
FORT LAUDtRDAlt
o
Israel ,*emple), ?:io w.
Oakland Park BU.1 R.ihbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Canter Maurice Neu 42
elation to keep identify- Y. Pierce, and chairman is Mrs. tor the children ol Israel because
_'": !'" '''"'' arvl n......rf it. Mel Safra,______ of the sympathy and lament ol
mothers such as Rachel who eem
il their reward and their doe
with difficulty, and whose life wa-
comparatively brief in this woiln
but whose impact is eternal on all
generations.
r^abbinicai *Jelt
evision
rrog
ran%
Mar. 1 I I
Uarcb 11 Ch l". 9:.W a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Mar.!, Il Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rahhi Morris Kippur,
In' 'American Youth and Israel"
Ch l. 8:30 a.m The First Estate
R led on Ch, 2, 6-30 p.m.)
Host Ri v Luther C. I'icrce
""op.c: "Greater Miami Jewish Community Comes
of Age"
C'.ue-i. Myron J. Brodie, executive vice prejaident,
Federation

-r 'f*l
-
SYNOPSIS OF IM rVOfar T0SAH PORT/ON
Pekudai
......"SAoMteF^^^rrr^.'SJ.....:
h. bkM. ...,:,. for '1;.T;poHM:,"d""!'"' '> *
Tlir TAHfi>v i,.. i- ... ......-"....in ui nie\TmL-m.
,T'T "......" Under Mo"' ='"'-"''I "iperSS
''"' ,fhr (T""M "m'-;'', j" *c prescribed order Th, ,,
"h^coverer^^ the tabernacle was filled with CSod, g^ory WN
^;;" .i to the iJEvS
liieir- foul
JHA Installs
Hcsidents Slate
And Council
N"-.\ ofi'icors and members of
the residents' council at the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged include:
Louis Stein, president; Sarah
Cossik, honorary pr.-u.ient; Her-
man Tat d, honorary president and
lreaun r; Augusta Schleslnger,
secretary.
Council members are Lillian
Cowan, Lillian Ravitch, Bella
Dickslein, Fannie Boll, Dora
Minis. Rva Fein Harrv Cballin.
Louis Jaeoas, Alice Messer, Ltta
Sai)erasky, May Rosen, Harry
A'i-iia':. Jeanette Leff, San'i
' Chester, honorary president, Fan-
.iie Horowitz, Cefia Pomerantz
Molly Seik, Saul Goldberg, Bea-
tri ( ItskozttZ Irene Kramer and
He'en Padawer.
.'nek S. Popick Is presidenl of
Douglas Gardens, Rabin Solomon
Schh*f i-. snlrttusJ leader of the
ho.ne. and Foarl Be Bram is di-
rector of volunteer services.
Officers Nominated
" 'A i I Life Chapter, Children^
\ii.n i Research Institute and
" hold its nexl meet-
v Ji HI T1 ', top|,
s turd i, : ., m
Svdrah ..r tin \\ i
HIAlfAH
TIFERETH JACOB 'Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi N-
than Zolondek ,5
IWOIffH MIAMI
BEJ* MOSHE CONGREGATION. 222S
NE 1?1st St. Conservative Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. jc
miam' uach
BETH JACOBS 301 Washington Ave DCT HOLLYWOOD
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryaho T. Sv.ir. B LH EL ^renipi;. 135, s ,ln Ayg
abi Samuel Jaffe. 49
EMANU-EL 3245 W Oakland Park
B vd. ,Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams Can'or .leroi-e Klemeot 43
P0MPAN0 BIACH
MNWG9,hESt.JEWISH CENTER '
SHOlom (Temple?. | SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabh, Morn, A. Sko2
Cantor Vaacov R> ojp- "
19
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchei
BETH RAPHAEL*Tempie). 1545 Jef.
rerson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi'
Oavid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM "(Tern^le) 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kro
Cantor David Conviser.
Reform
BETH
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n.a.av.kv CaV." .Ve R,bb' Mor,on
"aiavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
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TION. 843 Mer,a,sn Ave. 22_A
C^2B42N*EkREW"CNGREG*t'ON
r4hh- VXa,h"l<"" Ave. Orthodox
Rbbi Dow Rojencwaig.
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Cantor ^yl^^" H. Ster.
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CONGREGATION ETz' fu.,
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This page pT.fvfrd in
Mf>nM With th. Great*
M,am, Rabbinical Aaaci***,
Coordinator of the featurf,
appearing here is
BARRI MAXWELL BERGER
Spi'iutal Le:,!f 0/
Temple Zomoro
Coral Gobies


riday March 9 1973
vJenisfi fhridUain
Page 11-A
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Max Lerner
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NEW YORK, N.Y. Th nub question about a!l th< i do'lar
tidrums s how this happens to be happening to the world's
-onomic power. It would be a mistake to call it a
|jm ol Km rica's dec'.ino and lei ii go at thai It la happening
kactly ause America i- a strong, productive, highly developed
jonomy. Power carries vulnerability with it. What has hap-
rne.i to the dol'ar in the world's money markets i- a s ;n ol
(if v. iknvjstv that go with the strengths <>: Vmerica.
For oni tiling, America is playing too many roles, like an
|to -' i- !- around the stage as he tries to declaim everj
111 i -'' "drama. America wants to be the bit -t Industrial
y.<\ :<- It iral producer in the world, the biggest insumer
|id -:>-n. >r, the world's banker, the carrier of the exchange
>ndai i the largest investor, the most persevering tourist, the
\ ider, the biggest naval and air power. This means
ii' irs oul into the wide world and they don't all
?ni'- b i ';.
De Gaulle were alive and in power, he would exult o\ -r
pcrica's predicament and call on th; nations to al indon
Jieriea I the dollar Bui !>. Gaulle had too narrow i
te to stain lii< challenge, and today there is no one to take
I
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AMERICA'S DF.VALl'ATlXti OF THE DOLLAR was In-
tit i tring it into a more realistic relationship to other
w Bit it w i I prove only me of .>. series of recurring
pes r the dollar unless we face up to s me ur.,)l a.ant
li'i--
President Nixon sneaks darkly of raising some tariffs us well
as laors in onlcr to counter foreign t-tananese
^M othei discrimination*, ami T"t a fair shake" for American
^Bodu.i- ibis kind ol' I'cxibilitv is nood, whether in the hands
of i lent or Congress or both. Unless it is achieved, the
^rn !' .vino ol protectionist-isolationist i i .!->r: the
^kieiicin people will mount and become a tidal wave.
B \ -' rlca cannot build a protectionist wall high enough
to boi < .1 the rising prices of American prod i t>. the stagaerin <,
prod..: 'ii i psis. ih<> shoddy workmanship, the loss of pride in
work The toads of history are strewn with t'l wreck- th t rrew
la/y in ; h oiled and tried t > live on their own fat. A'so of eiv'l-
yatk)' --i' '..si the sense of being bound torethei* in a sire'?
curate and pursued group, class and factional prides and
greeds.
Tlii- nes down In the end to the values men live by. The
value- "'neiicp ma> make life one of sensual I hch's. hit
.th*".- idd to the productive or trading vigor of the
civil
If \ riean society is to have a vigorous future, it wi'l have
to >' ii idna' s-lf-fulfillmenl but not scT-Lndulgence,
grc, i.eness but not group arrogance, work and ashieve-
men iwer and acquisitiveness for their own sake.
THIS t> TRI >: OF AMERICA'S COMPETITORS a- well.
It .. >., -n n whether the members of the European
C,.: :' t. by io ninu together, can transcend theii own
In,,, ..<, inacies. Germany and Japan present special
ens,., i \r.o been ie.:.-...I of huge defense costs, and arc
II,,,, r ,., America which stil] spends bilious around
H,, its military-diplomatic shield.
. .,. y an i 3 ipan, h > ing I i rebu'l I their Indus-
,.-, i.lni;:. war. eir.ei ved with a :;'vrrl> d-
Hjn.v: .. achieve a place in the world a--ai:i. Bui the eomprti-
i.m ol Japan and Europe, with each other and with America,
Li'M ner akness and strength of each.
. presidenl Nixon breaks mosl drastically with past
,.,;. [n this area Is in his refusal to expand or even
I .i u the cheeks on American Investments abroad. These in-
stments weaken the position of the dollar by sending out
more dollars than come back. They are questionable on thai
ground, as well as because they raise anti-American resentments.
But they are part of the dynamism of American energies:
l-hcv represent an uxpoti not only of dollars but of technologies
and ski A- sub they are a much better American export than
that of arms._____________
Mrs. Meir's TV Hints
*
Increase Speculation
On Remaining in Office
DR. WILLIAM M. GLANTZ
and
DR. GEORGE M. GLANTZ
Wish to announce the opening of an
office for the practice of urology at
2300 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Suite 404
Hallandale, Florida
921-1717-by appointment only
Continued rrom Page l-A
Ii aiii u n bitter strtiir"le for sir -
restl in, ha* been urnaii; Mrs.
Meii to itttj on. Party Offtctnls
took her television statement as
an liulientloii that -he Intends
to do '.i und called it a "very
valuable decision-"
Aharon Ya H';n, the Partj >
n tai >. said, "J always hope I
''<"' !a wo .. I n spond to our
,ii mbei s' apj eals since the state
needs her." But he said he was
I" //led "win she had to an-
-., ,,. her decision in New
York."
He said it was possible thai
In .i,cei ican visit ha i adde '
weight t" her resolution i'> stay
in ofi i
iSut the newspapei Maarh re-
li'iKet that Mrs. M.ir telephon-
ed h< r party colleagues from
New Yorl- to tell them that tier
remark was fur foreign eon-
kUlliptlon and that she lirnil.-,
intend. |o retire when her term
ol oft ice is up.
According to Maariv, Mrs.
Meir said shi made a deliberate
evasive reply to the American
new smen h cause she didn't
think they had a right to in-
,..i.i [sra l Labor Party
al aiis.
The Jew Uh Ti graphic A. !>-
i Ii arm 1 I no n re a Ie i n res
that no su h phon call was
,r.i Ie .: Mrs. M. ;\ The
i on i Lai >r Party leader- did
nol indicate that they bad re-
ceived anj message from the
i'i: .. n tracting or watering
rVwn her te e\i*ion remai ks.
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Friday. March 9, 1973
Shown (from left) manning telephones at the Federation
31dg., are dollar-a-year men. Dr. Nathan K. Spector, Albert
H. Milstine and A. I. Sunshine.
Albert Milstine Launches
Dollar-A-Year Program
Vlbert H. Milstine. 74. and his
wife of 48 years Sarah, recently
retired and came to Miami bring-
ing to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation a program he had
loundcd and headed in Chicago
for the past 14 yean: the dollar-
a-year volunteer program.
GMJF officers were familiar
with the success of MiLstine's pro-
gram in Chicago and knew that
he had launched it. so several
weeks ago Mr. Milstine was
named chairman of the GMJK
dollar-a-year program.
Helping people in need is the ]
most important thing to me." said
TWr Milstine. "My goal is to use ,
m\ 14 years ot experience in Chi- i
ca 0 for the benefit of this Jew-
ish community."
In the short time that Milstine,
Jack Sunshine and Nathan Spec-
tor have been active as GMJF
dollar-a-year men. they have been
responsible for g< curing $60,000
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US 1 JUST NORM OI&Ul'S'eiAMPftB.
JWV Convention
! To Be Held Here
June K to 10
Department of Florida Com-
i mander Herbert L. Gopman has
'announoid that the 27th annual
state convention of the Jewish
War Veterans and Ladies Auxil-
iary will be h"ld at the Playboy
Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach dur-
ing the weekend of June 8-10.
Ralph Rosofsky was named
{airman of the convention e~-n
mittee by Com. Gopman, Rosofsky
Is a past commander of Post 174,
and served a< JWV's national
adjutant.
Stale Ladies Auxiliary president
LiiMan Schoen has ar>i>ointed
Sophia Lee co-chairman of the
convention committee. Mr I.ee is
a past state Auxiliary president.
Poetry For Pleasure
Poetry for Pleasure class, con-
ducted by Arnold Kleiner, is held
every Monday, 7 to 9 p.m., room
103. nt Ida Fisher School, 1424
. Drexel Ave.
in gifts to Federation's 1973 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund Campaign.
Working out of an office in the
Federation building, they man
telephones five days a week;
wuiKing toward making the 1973
CJA-IEF Campaign goal ot $15
million dollars a reality.
This money will help support
Federation's 50 local, national and
overseas social welfare agencies;
twenty-two of which are Miami-
based. ,
'Jacques Brel'
At Temple Sinai
Sunday Evening
The t'niversitv of Miami Ring
Theatre production of "Jacques
Brel is Alive and WelJ and. Living
in Paris" will give Its first per-
formance since returning from
Washington. D. C. at Temple
Sinai of North Dade on Sundav
starting at 8:15 a.m.
The company performed as part
of a national collegiate drama fes-
tival held at the Kennedy Cultural
Center and was one of 10 selected
In a national competition which
included 3.000 drama departments
from colleges and universities
throughout the nation.
The production is part of the
synagogue's Fine Art,-; Series.
The Ayalons, Israeli entertainers.
and Geula Gill, singing star and
Israel's official Ambassadress of
Song, were featured in the syn-
agogue's first two evenings of
music.
The Ira Sullivan Jazz Quintet
will be featured on April 15th as
the final event in the synagogue's
Fine Arts series.
Serving on the temple fine arts
committee headed by Rabbi Ralph
P. Kingsley are: Kenneth J.
Schwartz, Joseph M. Peiken. Mr.
and Mrs. David Amove, Mr. and
Mrs Harold Greene. Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Kaddison. Mrs. Ralph P.
Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kromsky, Dr. and Mrs. Irwin
Kurtzack. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rachleff. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Sherman. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick
Shust'T and Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Wolf.
'Israel, Today, Tomorrow' Prof. Fein's Subject
The meeting of the Yiddish Cul-
ture Wtode on Tuesday, at 10 a.m.
in the Recreation De|>artment
Bldg. at POth St. and Collins Ave.
will celebrate the 25th year of
Israel's independence.
The program will feature, PTQi
fessor emeritus of history. Isaac
M. Foin whose topic will be Is-
rael Today and Tomorrow:" Re-
gina Bailin in Israeli, Hebrew an 1
Yiddish songs, and Marcus Mstosi
who will narrate a dramatic story
by I. T^rkow.^
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Gulfstream Park's 1973 season
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bred racing through April 28.
As a part of Gulfstream's im-
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Israeli Film Held Over
"Black Caesar" is among films
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Israeli film, "I Love You Rosa"
continues its exe'usive engagement
at the Surf, and other holdovers
are "Baxter" at the Patio;
"Heartbreak Kid" at the Carlyle.
and "The Emigrants'' at the Sun-
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*-Jen4stnrwtttan
Page 13-A
When you compare our
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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.
The kind of is!
to be shipv
No waterway in Fort
Lauderdale is more lushly
landscaped with 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
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Page 14-A
* kiWisti Mrridictr
Friday, March 9. 1973
Book Review Sevniour B I.iebman
The Bene Israel Of Bombay
i A l thok Sctvt'ra Strizower spent 15 months In
India doing n search for her doctorate In social
{anthropology -\.vcn wa twarrjerl to her bv-'nc Uni-
versity o I Milnn. Bhc is now SI : -
... ,^ ii*v*
lor ectoret in the Department of
Anthropology and Sociology at
h University in Australia.
The Beno Israel f Bombay
iSchock ri Books, $8) is based
ii|i m lif- thesis. Portioi ol this
i about 10 yi ars i
in "Exot: J \ ish i ommunil ies"
the same author The tn wei
volume is ir pxi nsivi and has a widei range
ol .i- lev -.
The e Bone I s rael who migrated
to Israel havi been thi I ol much controversy
the> Jews and who are they? In the Isra
Consulate and the i the Jewish Agency
they and thi is (a lothi ie t ish co nmunity
in India) were treattd a'ike. The Israeli rabbinal
ha- n i question! I the Jewish status of the Ba
hi i question l the Jew ish ori ;ins
and s of the Bet ael,
A!! kinds i dsrs have been sug >' *t< I
to elate, the ed icceptanc as Jews has
en dei I fh chi I Sephai di ra
. "i stated thai a minor, almosl perfunctory,
sto] i -' taken n i ler thai thej ted
a$ full-fledged members of the children of Israel.
Schifra Strizower is to be commended for her
ik, She refused to become Involved in the rab-
question and she accepted them at Jewa.
li\id among them, won their confidences, and
writes o them with great empathy but also as a
trained social s icntist, She brought to her task a
nin ti w ird 0 thodoxy, a knowledge of Judaism
but no fear to admit her limitations In thi- sphen .
u.ni-iii.. mind that enabl I hei to pi-ire the
ial, and the ability to make qualitative
udgnieni She also has the fortitude to indicat
i .'' i in ritir.gs ol othci and lo prove her
-. -"I j a me nb i ol the
i nmunitj who while a n >ing with
1 notes his lisagreement with
-:. i fie nortii ns. We ar unati that the author
did her esea : icii shi i I her prognostication
hoi thi Bene Israel communitits will disappear
us one minifies wiihin 10 years dui t>>
ii i com ious
lisi i on the part of tlm who remain.
Whiii i i Ii no signl i tribution lo the
ic nt ol Jewi-h i.adit n they refusi I lo
lii o .; a- -ii many otl roups did in
i 1- ol the woiI I, iolati i fi om ci nters ol
world Jewry." Thej rli.l Uu- without having anj
nosl 2,001 years.
DATELINE ISRAEL
By CARL ALPER7
Keep An Eye On This Man
LJ,N VAMB IS '..,. Vusseibeh More than anj other
Arab, he :- closrlj associated with the imminent
possibllitj i ,i peac understai ling between Israel and
' rdari a ; ace which is alreadj i ibout In grad-
ual stag : ither than in an) dramatic signing of a
tn aty.
It i- public knowledge thai he has
had meetings with Golda Meir and has
- iltcd more than once with Abba
Ki>an, MoMie Dayan, Yigal Allon and
others. He is known to be a confidant
of King Ilu-s, .n Though he does not en-
in\ personal popularity among the Arab
masses Of the West Hank many thru1
call him "our Abba Khan." Who is this
Anwar Nusseibeh?
He was born In Palestine 59 years ago and studied
law and history at Cambrl ge, He practiced law in Jeru-
n and was appointed ; judge in Jaffa ituring the
British Mandatory government. Following the establish-
ment n! Israel he became politically active in Jordan and
nerved in man) important posts, among them governor
of Jerusalem, Minister of Defense and Jordan ambanado*
to London. In 1948 a stray bullet outside Jerusalem hit
him in the lag, and he still limps,
Since 1967 he has lived in lerusalem and carries an
Israel identity card like an) resident of Israel. He has
ffered il inei positions in the Jordan government
imt refuses to leave Jerusalem, Besides his law practice
In owns .' shan in a contra, ting firm in a Persian Gu I
oil emirat
Nusseibeh has six children He is a tennis enthusiast
lovi western music, especial!) Bach and Mozart. He
a I n i- i a liking for Israel popular songs, He
aks and writes a perfc i English He i- a popular
turer in Israel, and gives press, ra ho and television
interviews freely.
In Israel he is regarded as a "moderate." but he is
acceptable In Amman. Cairo and Beirul as a loyal and
patriotic Arah nationalist. In his public utterance- he
doe- not hide his stand. He continues to insist on Israel's
withdrawal Horn the "conqui red" territories and demands
return ol Arab sovereignt) over at least part of Jeru-
salem.
He is opposed b) the militants and the younger Arabs
of the West Bank who regard him as one of the old -'iiaixi
a Hussein man. He formally protests; ] do not repre-
sent anybody. I am a simpli citizen who loves Jerusalem
and hopes to advance peace." Vet his frequent visits to
Amman and hi- constant consultations with the leaders
of both countries have given him the further api>olation
ol Jordan's unofficial ambassador to Israel.
New spapermen here keep an eye on his comings and
goings. He i- a .Middle East Kissinger. Where he goes,
the news will be made. He i- a man to watch.
Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR
Preparing For Brezhnev's Visit
READERS Ol m t.juii Jewish organizations are
iit ol Leoni I Brezhnev, the
Soviet ii--" to the United States The) plan to
*"* seek a meeting with him on mat-
ters concerning Soviet Jewry.
Brezhnev is coming to this coun-
try as a guest of th" U.S. govern-
ment. He is returning the friendly
visit made by President Nixon to
tlv Soviet Union last year. It was
originally understood that he will
; an ive in Washington sometime in
. the spring. The attitude of the
U.S. Congres. toward the extensions to the U.S.S.R.
of the most favored nation status in trade agree-
ments, as well as factor, in the Vietnam situation
will have much to do with the exact timing of
Brezhnev's arrival.
Jewish leaders anticipate that it may be difficult
to control some Jewish groups from embarrassing
Brezhnev during his state visit here. Major Jewish
organizations are opposed to disruptive acts again-d
him, in view of the fact that he Ls the guest of the
President of the United States. They believe that
an "aye-to-eye" talk with him may serve to dis-
courage militant Jewish groups from anti-Brezhnev
outburst They consid *r it wisest to make a collec-
tive presentation to him on behalf of all leading
Jewish groups rather than to have separate Jewish
groups seek to meet with him.
Nb one can, naturally, foretell whether Brez-
hnev will agree to meet with a Jewish de'egation
during hi. stay in this COUI try But Midi at ions point
to the fact that b tween now and Brezhnev's stay in
the i s the Kn ndln < ill seek to reduce the possi-
bility ol a h -tilo atmosphere against him on the
Ii \\ isii Issue,
Pol this direction is the statement la-t
month In Mo-cow by Soviet Deputy Minister of
the Interior Boris ShumUin, who is in charge of
Issuing emigration visas to Soviet citizens. In an
obvious effort to pave the way for Brezhnev's trip
ShumUin anno meed that men who have reached
age 60 and women who have reached age 55 will be
fully exempt from paying the exit visa tax In
addition. ,en who have worked 25, 15 and 8 years
and women who have worked 20, 12 and 6 years
will receive 75. SO and 25 per cent reduction, in
tax respectively.
There is no doubt that even if Brezhnev re-
fuses to receive a Jewish delegation, he will hear
li'om various non-Jewish sides about the Soviet dis-
criminations against Jews, including the suppres-
sion ol Jewish culture and the special "education
tax.
Presideni Xixon. during his visit to Moscow-
could not. understandably, be as free to speak of
the interest in Soviet Jewry prevailing in the United
Mates. In Washington, however, talking with Brez-
hnev on American soil, he may feel himself more
Comfortable in bringing this subject to Brezhnev s
attention. The Soviet leader is strongly backing
those In the Kremlin who advocate closer relations
with the United States A word from Nixon to
Brezhnev in Washington may influence the latter
now, when the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. are on the
road to a better understanding
Jews In Sports
By Haskell Cohen
\\ idiows, Orphans Of
Munich 11 Aided
ISRAELI SPORTSMEN arc becoming more mif*
ei j eta; as thi > leat n and read n
'..' i ned io aid the families i I mur-
der, d 11 at Munich.
Wti .1 list irl I-; lelis h re 1- that (hey t
thi res lot imehow, that our wcll-intentioi
An* rlean eitis ol thi Jew ish fait <
i i co ne t>> tin a
wido1 ind orphans ret t as thi lit o!
':i, .v. mi -h mas?
In ailtliti tn, the manner In w hich som f these
so-cnl i ccl'ec! Ions foi memb rs ol the hi 01 '
- are made disturbs the Israelis no end.
vant .....\ ody to know hat tl us
a< .1 ii disburse I to the l i fami -
lion o mey in 1 le ial r! I
i ilttee in action v i
shed for thi pi
: nile the M David Vdon h
i t hi it ioi \ .;:
ttee ; Irneli O'j m lies Co cttei |
.i ;: i- i ed from the I I '.
in i > >.
"und v' ; S57 : i en
I ti 11 ies in vo
lion the Israeli Olympic Commitl i I
over monies to the families ri ht i tor I
I-i.h Ii OI> ii| ontingi nt n turned fn n Munii i
'I. imount in i-i ai II pounds i nc I i IL78,
750, uh ch wi in to various members ol thi d
famili The Sports '"'deration of Israe1 hold
weekl) m tin in which the adult members i
ii imilie- ithei and discus- th ir various
ilties m adiusting to life without theii beloved
- Those tings held inder the guidance
Lalkin, who made the speech at the me-
morial s-ivi's 111 Munich, are very distressing i I
Shmtte! advises me that after a session with the
families he is all beat.
Hard -' hit are the families ol HaHin and
Slavin, the wrestlers Tin fathers and mothers
these two men come tn the meetings regularly, do
not make an) seen and are quiet, but grief Is
-n.a! all over their faces. Lalkin rays it i- im-
possible to be anything but serious In discussii
plans with the families. There is no opportunlt)
for levity because the> arc deep in mourning
lust can't .;. t over the idea of having lost their be-
loved sons.
What triggered members of the Israeli Obnypic
and Sports Federation this week was news from
the United Stat s thai yet another memorial fund
was being set up for members of the families of
the fallen 11 and collections were being made on a
door-to-noor basis by young boys.
The Committee feels that it is taking care of
it.s own people adequately and it is not necessary
for door-to-door canvasses for funds to help out the
remaining members of the families involved.
Then. too. there Ls the possibility that funds
collected on a haphazard basis can go astray, not
mailed to the proper sources or not bandied cor-
rectly.
I take the liberty of presenting herewith the
first written record of the transfer ol money to
families of those who died at Munich hiring the
Olympic Games Tills i- the first release to a
publication on the deli dter of fund disburse-
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dents Meet On Methods For Russian Jewry
By Special Retort
JJ-.'GK PARK, lid. Jerry
r.an, executive director of
(fatiormi Conference on Soviet
jr. told Jewish student leaders
r.g at the University ot
|l>nd this week that they
not push now for a com-
(cutoff in trade between the
Union and the United
|E Bfi a way to aid Russian
100 students from 45 U.S.
sea gathered here for the
annual National Confer-
Bon Campus Action for Soviet
Wk They studied ways to force
Bo\iet Union to relax its emi-
W. restrictions and end har-
hent of Jews who remain in
Boviet Union.
"If '. clos.' coiiiact we lose
the pressure |>oint. If we have no
1 trade, we have no influence." Mr.
\ Goodman said in calling instead
| for a poHey of balanced tension
I with the Russians.
"When they come we are
i obliged to create a climate ot
pressure" while not forcing the
Soviet Union into isolation, he
, continued. "We must utilize the
<>PI>ortunities of trade, cultural
and scientific visits" to convince j
! the Soviet government it loses
j more than it gains by oppressing :
j Jews.
The growth of commerce be- ,
! tween the United States and the !
Soviet Union offers a new area '
uvhera action will have to be in- |
(emitted, he said.
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Dr. .n I in r..in, spiritual
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Msrcl ;- ii t- A ; ts Hotel.
The iiinclu'ou, which is
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Comb!: (I Jewish Appeal Israel
Emeu ii > Kuiid Ca.npaign, is lie-
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mea; \ ier1 Kulick and Simon
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re are many medications a
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r physicians and dentists dis-
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h vear, docton give out oxer
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"arewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday March 9
Section B
Premier's Mission A Success
i
NEW YORKPremier Golda
Meir said that her talks with
President Nixon in the White
House last week ware "serious,
frank and productive" accord-
ing to an Israeli spokesman at
a press briefing for members of
the Israeli press and the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency after
she- addressed a closed-door
meeting of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations at the
Waldorf-Astoria.
Mrs. Meir said tl'.e talks in-
cluded continuing tnic as-
sistance and loans to Israel and
the purchase of armaments.
Mrs. Meir reportedly said
part of her meeting with the
President was d,-. tted to the
question of whether there was
any chance for a settlement in
the MidrHi East < i the atti-
tude of the Arab s ites.
she expressed the belief that
Jordan's King Hussein and
Egyptian enrissarj Hafes Ismail
diil not bring anj new sugges-
tions to timlr meetings with
American officials in Washing-
ton. The situation, she said, is
at present static, but she hoped
it might change.
In response to quest) ns
the Jewish leaders concerning
Arab terrorism, the Premier
was reported to have said there
was no recipe for iging a war
anainst terrorism. In conducting
actions against Arab terrorist
bases where Japanese and
Europeans are also trained, she
said Israel is preventing ter-
rorists acts against itself.
She pointed out that there is
almost no terrorist activity in
Israel or in the administered
territories, and that ironically
Arabs suffered more from ter-
rorism within the Jewish State.
it was recalled that Secretary
of Stat> William P. Rogers last
December had called upon the
United Nations for punishment
or extradition of international
terrorists, but that the General
Assembly voted Instead for
Arab proposals to study the
question.
The spokesman said that re-
ferring to emigration from the
Soviet I'nion, Mrs. Meir ex-
pressed satisfaction that new
immigrants continue to come,
although not in the desired
amount.
She said there were many
problems in absorbing the new
immigrants, but that many im-
migrants are helping with the
alorption of the newer ones.
The main problems, she said,
are the adjustment of new-
comers to a new society and
the shortage of housing.
Criticizing the Soviet educa-
tion tax, Mrs. Meir said that
on the one hand Soviet author-
ities allow Jews to leave, while
on the other hand they wage a
ransom policy. She talked about
the score* of "Zlon prisoners"
In Siberia and the tens of
thousands who are waiting to
emigrate while living in unl>ear-
able conditions.
In other matters, Mrs. Meir
said the present world energy
crisis posed a severe problem
and that oil states such as Libya
and Sautli Arabia were accumu-
lating money which could help
them control the economies of
other countries. She came out
strongly against intermarriage
outside of Israel. Referring to
the Langer case, she said the
rabbi should always have a
heart when dealing with these
kind of problems.
Appearing earlier on CBS-TV
"Face The Nation," the Israeli
Premier said she saw no pro-
gress by any of the Arab coun-
tries moving toward some kind
of peace talks with Israel. She
termed the downing of the
Libyan airliner a terrible
tragedy, condemned the execu-
tions of the two Americans and
one Belgian diplomat, and urged
the world community to take
steps to rout terrorist activities
At a private reception last
night In the home of Ambassa-
dor and Mrs. Yosef Tekoah, the
Isr-.ieli Premier, speaking in
Hebrew, told the gui*>t.s that of
all the Arab terrorists who have
perpetrated atrocities In the
West only one is in prison, in
England.
"All the others are free."
Mrs. Meir remarked and noted
that the terrorists who com-
mitted crimes in Munich. Italy
and Bangkok are back in Arab
countries, in Syria and Libya,
where they have received warm
welcomes.
She noted that terrorism,
which began as a problem for
Jews, has now become a world
problem. '"Hitler, too, was at
the beginning only a problem
for Jews," Mrs. Meir said. "In
fact, many problems that arc
now world problems began first
as Jewish problems."
Referring to the harsh
struggle King Hussein has
waged against terrorists in Jor-
dan, she said, smiling, "Kol
hakavod tall the honor) to Hus-
sein." Continuing, she said:
"We are all told that we have
to 'save' the King, and that he
could do nothing against the
terrorists. But when they were
close to the palace, he fought
them. Now we are told not to
act against (Egyptian President
Anwar) Sadat, because he can't
act against the terrorists and
that we have to 'save' him ."
Pausing for a moment, Mrs.
Meir added, to the laughter of
the guests ". but no one
talks about 'saving' the Prime
Minister of Israel."
Asked by one of the guests
to comment on Hussein's health
i who Mrs. Meir was rumored
to have met last week in Wash-
ington i, the Premier said, jok-
ingly, "If I told you that I'd be
admitting that I met him, and
that I won't do."
Technion Scientist Reports
Soviets Harass His Brother
Dr. Valerie Lapidos, 42. a Soviet
Jew. who emigrated to Israel last
May said in Miami this week
that his brother, 51-year-old Dr.
Victor Lapidos, is undergoing ex-
treme harassment by Soviet
authorities.
Dr. Victor Lapidos, a doctor of
technical sciences who worked in
Moscow's Automobile Industry
Reseaich Institute, applied for an
exit visa to Israel in late August
and was granted permission to
leave the Soviet Union upon pay-
ment of 25.700 rubles ($30,000).
"He was told he would not
have to pay the ransom fee if he
left the USSR within 10 days. He
and his wife then quit their jobs,
his 11-year old daughter withdrew
from school and his 19-year old
daughter and her husband were
expelled from the university." his
brother said.
The family was evicted from
their apartment, and after the
payment of 900 rubles for an exit
visa for each member of the fam-
ily, they were told it had all been
a mistake and they would nut be
permitted to leave," Valerie re-!
ported here.
Dr. Valerie Lapidos. who was in j
Miami to speak on behalf of the |
Greater Miami Jewish Federa- i
tion's 1973 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, was a senior researcher |
at the Moscow Scientific Insti-
tute for Mechanization and Or-
ganization.
He is presently a senior re- j
searcher at the Technion in Haifa.
He and his wife and 8-year-old
daughter arrived in Israel shortly j
before the ransom tax was im- |
posed on those Jews requesting
exit visas to Israel.
Mt. Sinai Founders Plan
Gala Dinner Dance
Over 300 community workers will
be on hand at the Diplomat Ho-
tel this Saturday night to enjoy a
gala evening of entertainment and
gourmet dining at the annual
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
founders dinner-dance.
Founders are men and women
who have supported the develop-
ment of Mount Sinai Medical
Center through individual contri-
butions of $50,000 or more.
Highlighting this year's black
tie affair will be the presentation
of plaques to the 30 new mem-
bers of the club. Making the pres-
entations will be Max Orovit/.
Mount Sinai's chairman of the
board of trustees. Medical Center
president Samuel Friedland, Mount
Sinai's executive vice president
Samuel Gertner, and founders
president Benjamin G. Kline. The
new, over 300. membership pla-
tea (3161 will also be announced.
Dinner-dar.ce committee chair-
men are Nathan S. Gumenicks.
Members of the committee are the
Harry Chernins, the Julius Dar-
skys, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fasko.
the Sydney Gans. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Kelner, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Lansburgh, Mr and Mrs.
Sydney Levison, the Alex Man-
sons, the Baron deHirsch Meyers,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Moskowitz.
the Lewis Rosenstiels, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Schaffzin and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Shapiro. Music will,
be by Jerry Marshall and his!
orchestra, and decor provided by ,
David Harrison.
Since its inception in 1954. the
founders have contributed well
over $15 million to the Medical
Center's recently completed $33
million construction project.
The annual founders dinner-
dance provides the Medical Cen-
ters board of trustees with the
opportunity to give pubic recog-
nition to the merits of this or-
ganization.
March 18 Purim Concert
Saluting the State of Israel's
25th anniversary, a Purim musicale
will be presented to the public by
Beth Torah Congregation on USY.
Sunday, March IS. at 7:30 p.m.
in the sanctuarv at Beth Torah,
1051 Interama Blvd. The concert
will feature Cantor Jacob Mendel-
sohn, and "The Three Genera-
tions."
"The Edge of Freedom." a folk
rock service, will 1h> presented for
the first time to the public, in
celebration of this auspicious and
most joyous occasion. Tickets are
on sale at the youth office, or can
be purchased at the door.
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I
Emanu-El Sisterhood Schedules
33rd Anniversary Luncheon
Irs. Eugene J Iftofeertai Weiss
tarn bi ointed gi hah-
n of tlu- 33rd Anniversary
tchcon ot Ten pie Kmanu-KI
&od. The cala event, one
tho social hi_-hii.-hi.- "I tht
:sh community calendar, ha>
n acheduled f": March 21 at
n in t!n> Eriedlanc' ballroom ol
Miami Beach congregation
in. Weiss' accenunce waa a"-
ht.iI by Mrs. Benjamin fMeli
off. Sisterhood president.
fbx Temple Kmami-Kl players.
of the community's best-
wn theatrical groups, will p*c-
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Rabbi Taiieiibaum Praises
Dr. Graham's Key '73 Stand
B\ gparlal R-i-ort
n::\v york :-:
Tancnbaum this week wel
constructive contribution to
Intel: : in lei si in ling" the
si itement b) Dr Bill; Graham
n which he < v -
' dtion "to ail forms ol
Intimidation and proselytising"
I and .
.- :r. bad a speci .-' i
the Jen Ish | eoj k with
ihe Covenai I is el
Rabbi Tanen nati
of into ffairs ol
the American ." I ttei
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on Dr Graha si ti m ill
in the context of growing
understanding in Christian-Jewish
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Rabbi Tan n a m e\.
-nee that
em would encourage other
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that Key T" i aimed ai
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lack Kassewitz, 'second from left; chief editorial writer of
the Miami News and chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith recently spoke at the annual meeting
of the residents of the Arlen Houses East and West The
breakfast meeting, which was held on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-1EF campaign, re-
sulted in a 40 per cent increase in contributions over the
same gifts lest year. Shown (from left; Irving Cypers. 1973
CJA-1EF genercl chairman of the Arlen Houses, Kassewitz.
Carl Sc'nlesir.ger. 1973 CJA-IEF West Bldg. chairman, and
Mitchell Wolfe. 1973 CJA-IEF East Bldg chairman.
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* Jew 1st nprSdHan
U.S. Jews On Threshold
Of Another 'Golden Age'
Jews are on the
American
thro^WiM BP "a nrw "pilrWt at*e
Of religious and cultural creativ-
ity" that will further enrich the
age-old Jewish heritage and help
strongly to improve the spiritual
climate of America as a whole.
This prediction was made by
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chancellor
of The Jewish Theological .Sem-
inary of America, addressing a
banquet in the Diplomat Hotel
marking the conclusion of the
Seminary's 14th annual convoca-
tion here.
Speaking to Jewish leaders
from across the country. Dr.
Cohen -a scholar and historian
warned that the country's leader-
ship would have to meet and solve
three major problems before the
way could be cleared for "a new
forward advance of Jewish cul-
ture and civilization in the United
States."
He named education, the reten-
tion of Jewish youth for Judaism,
and Judaism's success in "trans-
lating religious values into mod-
ern terms" as the main problems
besetting him and others at the
helm of the American Jewish
community.
Dr. Cohen was the principal
speaker at the dinner. The affair
wi preceded earlier in the
by the Jewish 'HIWIlMgWrT"!* ..
inary's 14th annual convocation.
held in Temple Kmanu-EI of
Miami Beach where the Seminary
presented its Herbert H. Lehman
Ethics Medal to U.S. Senator
Charles H. Percy (Rr of Illinois,
and Gov. Reubin O'D. Askew (D)
of Florida.
NCCH Auction
Will Benefit
Local Hospital
On Sunday from 2 p.m. to mid-
night, the North Dade Chapter.
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, will hold Its annual auction
in the Miami Beach Auditorium.
The other three NCCH wom-
en's chapters: Flamingo. Miami
Beach and Miami, are cooperating
in the event, and Mrs. Harold
Frcedman is serving as chairman.
All proceeds will go to the Uni-
versity of Miami Hospitals and
Clinical-National Children's Car-
diac Hospital.
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Max Gleiberman
To Be Honored
Stephen J. Remsen, executive
director of the Workmen's Circle
of Greater Miami, has announced
that Max Gleiberman who has
represented the Workmen's Circle
in almost every community or-
ganization for over 25 years, will
be guest of honor at a dinner on
Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Algiers
Hotel.
Although Mr. Gleiberman is
celebrating his 65th birthday, he
plans to continue his activities as
Southern District head of the
Workmen's Circle.
He will also continue teaching
in the I. L. Peretz Children's
School, as well as membership in
YIVO. Zukunft, Histadrut and
other organizations in the Jewish
community which he supports
with his efforts.
Arthur Fiedler, among the
world's most popular musicians,
will conduct the Miami Phil-
harmonic Orchestra in a special
concert at Miami Beach audito-
rium Friday at 8:30 p.m..
Soloist for the evening will be
Israeli pianist, Inana Vered. who
will perform Rachmaninoff's
"Rhapsody from a Theme of
Paganini for Piano and Orchestra,
Opus 43."
For his appearance in Miami
Beach, Mr. Fiedler has chosen a
program appealing to all ages and
tastes. The evening's first half
will he devoted to Delibes* Pro-
cession of Bacchus from "Sylvia"
and Bernstein's "Candide" (<\ :-
tune. Miss Vered will then per*
form the Rachmaninoff.
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New Bank Appointments
The board of directors of Jeffer.
son National Bank of Miami
Beach has announced the follow-
ing appointments: Peter P. Broek
as assistant vice president; F.lva
I,. Thompson and Nestor A.
Pereira as assistant cashiers.
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meeting on Monday, at 10 a.m. at
the home of Mrs. Morton Getz,
1970 SW 80 St.
Guest speaker will be Grover
Cole, director of the Miami Art
Center, who will speak on "What
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Brunch will he served.
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Friday. March 9, 1973
Passover Festival Slated
By B'nai B'rilli Foundation
Tft B'nai T3"i it li Foundation of
ii" United States will hold its
naugural Passover Festival April
I at the Fnntainebleau Hotel.
*UI honor B'nai B'rith Youth
iviiis. thi' Hillel Foundation,
xZA ami B'nai B'rith Girls Or-
ganization, ana the Career and
iirnseling Service.
Afiair will highlight the 25th
mniveisary of Israel's indepcn-
!'jice celebration, and will honor
lie hundreds of members of B'nai
.'lith's Presidents and Century
'lubs. who have pledged them-
Ives to the support of B'nai
Sandy Dennis.
Leonard Nimoy
At Playhouse
Sand) Dennis and Leonard
S'imoy rmened Tuesday night at
um Coconut Grove Playhouse in
Boh RandaH's Bioadway comedy
,1 "6 RMS RIV VU" iSi\ Rooms
liver Vlewl to a packed house.
Phi corned) wH\ run through Sun-
: March l.
Sandy Dennis won the coveted
I ri> Award for he performance
i B i- the Salvation
, miss in "A Thousand
', wns."
Her lion pictures in-
. Award for best
; tres* in "Who's
ild i '' < Jf?"
'''rith's Youth Services on a con-
tinuing basis
A special Haggadah is being
\ written and the program is being
| orepared under tiie supervision of
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, University
it Miami Hillel: Girt Bossak, di-
. rector of the South Florida B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization; and
' Edward Tumaroff. regional direc-
tor of the B'nai B'nai Foundation.
A musical program will include
j the members of the BBYO and
j Hillel students at the University
, dah being written for the occasion.
Members of the committee in
formation arc: Mel Feigeles, Al
Golden. Sol Kayc. George Kotin,
Judge Theodore Nelson. Judge
Howard Neu, and E. Albert Pallot
and Burnett Roth, trustees of the
B'nai B'rith Foundation. Murray
Shaw, Jack Sperans, Lao Stein-
man, Eva Sussman and Joe Suss-
man.
Reservations for .the Passover
Festival may be made at the B'nai
B'rith Foundation office.
Mr Sixxrk, see-
the Entei pi Ise
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Piu-ini Concert
Sin<*iii Salute
To Israel 25
A muekal evening, with pro-i
cecds Botas to HSjawrt an expand-
ing \outh pro-ram. badaltf "''"-.
duced by the Youth Department.
Beth Torah Congregation, on Sun-
day, March 18, al 7:30 p.m. in the
sanctuary al Beth Torah.
The program will feature The
Three Generations, Greta Fleissig
Ted and Mind} Fletsiig, Kl-a Zig-
r, and Cantor Jacob Mendel-
sohn of Beth Torah. Master of
ceremonies for the evening will be
Van Dworkis, prcsidenl of the
Miami Beach Cultural Society.
The Edge of Freedom." folk-
rock Friday evening service
(which include- KabbaJat Shabbal
and Maarlvi will be presented in
concert version. Composer is Can-
tor Raymond Smolover.
Also in the program, will be
three sacred songs by Gershon
Klngsley, with Biblical texts, for
cello, piano, and voice. Cellist will
Iv David Olifant, pianist. Mindy
Fleissig, voice, CaCntor Mendel-
sohn
A parlor meeting held recently at the home of Mrs. Jerome
Reich on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division 1973 CJA-IEF campaign, resulted in a 37
per.cent increase over Ihe same gifts to last year's cam-
paign. Shown (from left) Mrs Bruce Julien, Mrs. Arnold
Kaplan, Mrs. Maurice Lebowitz, and Mrs. Reich.
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Jewish Involvement Heavy
In Social Science Projects
B> S|M- ^washjjnuton Evidence <.f
significant Jewish Btudent involve-
ment in a broad range <>t siicial
service programs has been gath-
ered and analyzed In the newest
publication ol the Hillel mono-
graph scries. "My Brother's
Keeper."
Breadth and scope <>r the pro-
grams give encouraging testimony
to the readiness <>l" Jewish stu-
dents tn participate in activities
such .is t itoring, counseling, and
volunti er a r\ lee to ihe dis-
advantaged.
Monograph, which was prepared
i>\ Judyth R. Saypol, a staff as-
sistant <; tho national B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations, deals with
service to the Jewish community,
peer group counseling, ami pro-
grams on behalf of the community
at largci
It deals in detail with student
ic-:cnse to programs for Jewish
aged; the Jewish poor, Jewish in-
mates at |>en!il MMMHIbnt, am!
Jewish children who arc handi-
capped.
Report also illustrates the ef-
fectivc manner in which students
can hcl;> other students on the
peer ie\ counseling, draft counseling, and
other forms of mutual aid and
i assistance,
Compendium provides a guide-
line of "do's and lont's" for social
service activities and stresses the
point that "volunteers should seek
training and supervision for the
job that they are doing. Wanting
to do good is not enough; knowl-
edge and skills make volunteer
work more effective."
Model social service programs
and a list of resource agencies and
institutions are attached as an
appendix to the publication.
Invitations are going in the mail this week
for the annual Binyan and Brick luncheon
of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
Women that will be held March 27 at the
Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. George Feldenkreis,
'second right) chairman of the noon lunch-
eon, is shown with hostesses for the even
(from left) Mrs. Henry Stern, Mis. Gahfrie
Deutsch and Mrs. Moreno Habif. Mrs. Habi
hosted a planning session for the lun:heor.
at her Miami Beach home. +a 4
Photographer-Author On CCC Program
A slide presentation entitled, ture and conversation program of
"The Life that Disappeared." with Temple Beth Sholom, on Sunday,
commentary by Dr. Roman Vista- at 10:30 a.m.. In the temple audi-
niak, photographer-author, will he torium.
featured at the weeklv coffee, cul- T1-" ......... ;. ,- t,, n> -.,>>.
lie, according to Jan. S. Knoji
C(\" chairman. Pi". Leon Kroi
is spiritual leader of the com
(ration, and R i linn j Jolt. ;i
Hiarj rahhi, is in charge of r
Chairmen of the Biscayne Cancer League annual eviction
to be held on Saturday, March 17, at 8 p.m. in Unified Hall
are (left to right) Mrs. Marvin Kaleky and Mrs. Richard
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Friday. March 9, 1973
f< o n 0^
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With
ISABEL GKOVK
Good news for Fn'letomania in our area- On April 27 :m1
28, the Miami Ballet will present the Ben Stevenson pro.1i' lion
of the four act "Sleeping Beauty" which Is being rehearsed by
Hiartha Mahr. co-director and Thomas Armour, artistic director
of the company. Gu.st artists include Violette Verdy and Peter
Martins of the New York City Ballet as Prinre-s Aurora and
the Prince. From tin National Ballot. Frederic Franklin will be
Cattalabutte; S.rsan Lochr as Carabosse Susan Frazcr as the
Lilac Fairy; Christine Knoblauch as Fairy Generosity in the
Prologue and Blue Bird in Act III: Charlene Gelun as Fairy
Beauty in Prologue, Countess in the Hunl Scene and the Pas de
Quatre in Act III: Andrea Price i- also in the Pas de Quatre.
The Miami Bs I I was I inded in 1951 by Thomas Armour.
ar:;.~tic director, and co-directors, Martha Mahr. Renee Zint-
g:ai: and Robert Pike.
ir it
Pulpit honor- during Friday evening services at Temple
Beth El will be accorded Mr. and Mrs Sol Rauch who are cele-
brating their 5 th wedding anniversary' and her birthday; and
Mr and Mrs. Edward YVeiiier, who are marking his 70th mile-
stone.
tr &
An Eagle Scout of Honor was held for Samuel Mark
Herman on March 3 in Perrine. Sen. Ralph Poston. for whom
Samuel had hi: the ampaiqn trail, presented the coveted award
to Mark. Son o; ?,Ir and Mrs. Alon Herman, Mark is an honor
student at Richmond Heights Junior High School where he is a
member of the wrestling team. He is also a member of Temple
Beth Am.
Cr r-
Miami artisl Reyna Youngerman has been Invited to judge
an exhibition of Wesl Coast artists to l>e held throuch the month
ot March. This is th< annual Venice area artists exhibition of
sculpture and opened o:: March 4. A lunch will
n ..-: h i' >. i'.i ma V i n during her stay there.
Mr and Mr- Martin Share of 90-40 S\V M-t St. hosted an
ned hoe-down at the Horse WOrld for 100 friends and
ati\ G tests arrived in Western garb and were treated to a
ranch barbe rice and hayride.
Mori Fremon is a busy pal these days, as usual. As public
at onsll lis in for the consulate general of Israel (for the South-
Mtern region of the U.S.,1 she is helping to promote interest in
the Third World Congress of Women Journalists and writers, to
be held in Israel, June 17-27. According to Mori the program
M.i be outstanding." and she plans to be there. Prior to that
i meeting of male journalists, June 10-13. with interesting
tours Included And finally as public relations coordinator for
the Florida Committee. Sports for Israel, she is helping pro-
mote the Ninth Maccabiah Games to be held in Israel July 9-
19. (She hopes to be there for that too*. And. an important
highlight of he: inn will be a visit in Jerusalem with her new
son, brael Moshe Weinberger, Her daughter. Andrea, is
married to Pov Weinberger, an attorney, a Sabra. and now a
very proud father.
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The Young in Heart' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandel, hosted a
double celebration March 7. when they celebrated their month
old marriage, and the 7Cth anniversary of the Jewish National
Fund Sam is SO years young, and his bride. Anna, Is 75. The
affair was held during the regular meeting of the Liberty Social
Chb held at the Washington Federal Auditorium. Max Shapiro,
president, and Adolph Kastenbaum, were on the committee, and
Cantor Mordecai Yardene, singer and composer of Jewish and
Hebrew songs, was guest performer.
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Miss Sohaeffer And B. Weinberjs Exchange Vows
Phyllis Lea Schaeffer and Ber-
nard Weinberg were united in
marriage on Sunday. Jan. 21, at
appliques encrusted with crystal
and pearl appliques. A train with
wide border of scallop lace around
the hemline, ended in a chapel
train Bouffant illusion fell from
a madcap of Alencon lace which
matched the gown, and she car-
ried a cascade of white sweet-
heart roses with babybreath and
siephanotis.
Matron of honor was Bonnie
Weise. Eylona Baldinger and
Sheryl Steffey were bridesmaids,
and Jerilyn Joyce Botwinik wag
j flower girl.
Larry Carsten served as best
| man. and Howard Sorkin and
, Stuart Botwinik ushered.
Hew Mrs, Weinberg graduated
from Miami Senior High School
and attended MlAfnl-DMe Junior
College. Her husband is also a
MSHS graduate and will earn a
degrt e ll ^counting from the
University of Miami in August,
1973.
Jill Weiner Now Mrs. K. Green
Jill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rity of Miami. Her husband has
Benjamin Weiner 2010 So. Miami a BA l< history from Lake
Ave and Kenneth, son of Mr. Fon and
MRS. BERNARD WE/NBttG
Temple Israel, with Rabbi Robert
' Orkand officiating at the 7 p.m.
| ceremony. A reception in the
[temple's Wolfson Auditorium fol-1
lowed the nuptials.
The bride is the daughter of
Ralph Schaeffer. 1169 SW 23rd
Ave.. and the late Martha '
Schaeffer.
On their return from a honey-
n o >n cruise to the Carribean,
' the newlyweds will live at ">226,
NW 7th St
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a gown of white dulcet
satin with Alencon lace ap-
pliques. It was styled in the em-
pire fashion with long fitted
sleeves and A-line skirt of lace
son
and Mrs. Phil Green of Roslyn,
N. c. exchanged marriage vows
on Saturday, March '(. Rabbi
Barry Tabachnikoff officiated at
the 7 p.m. ceremony which was
held at the Kden Roe Hotel where
a reception followed the nuptials.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a white lace organza V-necked
gown With a Juliet cap and veil,
and carried white roses.
Maid of honor was Babette
Weiner. Lisa Green and Karen
Weiner served as bridesmaids and
Linda Weiner was flower girl.
Richard Green served as bride-
groom's best man and among
ushers were Richard Weiner ami
Charles Platt.
Now attending Post College in
Greenvale, N. Y.. new Mrs. Green
is a graduate of Miami High
School and attended the I'niver-
New
a second de-
Vi-rk University.
New address for the couple is
29A lien kson Ave., He
stead. N. Y. In May, they will
take .. moon trip to
Majorca,
Councilettes Go
To Cincinnati
For Convention
Councileties from the Gwater
Miami area have returned from a j
national convention of the teen-j
age service groups sponsored by
the National Council of Jewish I
Women in Cincinnati.
Right delegates were named by
the North Dade and South Dade
groups, which have been expand- i
ing their activities under the aus- j
pices of the Greater Miami sertion [
of the National Council of Jewish
Women.
Among delegates led by Mrs.
Morris Futernick wew Marilyn
Unger, Wendy Rosner, Debbi Kat/..
Robin Ruskin. Wendy Schwartz.
Cathie Futernick. Anne Bloom
and Audrey Rosen.
Womens's Leaque Meeting
The Women's League for Israel
will hold its next regular meeting
at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, March 15.
in the main social hall of the
Honey Plaza Apartments. The
field representative of the Social
Security Board, Jos. Gmyrek, will
be guest speaker. A question and
answer session will follow. All are
welcome to attend.
Laura Sneider,
J. Silverman
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sneider,
810 NE 171st Terr., have an-
nounced the engagement and
future marriage of their daughter
I.aura Sue to Jeffrey J. Silverman.
The brdegroom-to-be L-. the son
ol Mr and Mrs. George C. Silver-
man, 1166 NE 100th Terr.
Miss Sneider will graduate from
the University of South Florida in
June. Her fiance will graduate
from the same university in Aug-
ust with a degree in engineering.
The couple plans to be married
on Dec. 2.
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Mayor John Orr Speaker
layor John B. Orr, Jr.,
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Page 7-B
RABBI SASFORD SHAPIRO
merican University Lists
tew Program at Tel Aviv U.
inn ton April 1 Is the
i I lion deadline for admission
An i lean Universitj 's new
roa i progi am In I > ael al '
. A i\ University for the 1973-
J acaiii mic year.
: 11 month program, under
n ction of Dr. Harvey Licber, \
n to :iii undergraduates at-
r illegi a in the Baltimore-
ington area.
hureday Purim Party
S St< rhood of Temple Beth
lei is planning a meeting and
party for Thursday, March
! at 7 ?.0 p.m.
Reva Orimland
And Rabbi Ever
To Wed in June
Rabbi and Mrs. Gimpol Orim-
land of Miami Beach, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
R*va. to Rabin Sheldon Norman
Ever, son of Mrs. Trudy Ever and
the late Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever
founder of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute.
Reva graduated from Mianr
Bca.h Senior High S-hool and
Franklin School of Science and
rently employed as a medical
secretary.
Rabhi Ever, who graduated from
the University of Miami and from
the Hebron Rabbinical CoHege o'
Jerusali m, Israel, as the youngest
ordained Ral bi in America
''"' of 18. ii n i nt'j the spiritual
r i Vsrudath Israel Syna-
ue He i- also the executiv
director of the Orthodox Van !
Hakashruth of Florida.
A June wedding is planned.
Rabbi Shapero
To Moderate
Panel Discussion
Sisterhood of Temple Judea will
hold its monthly luncheon meet-
ing on Wednesday, March L'i. at
11 a.m. in the temple social hall.
Following lunch. Rabbi Sanford
Shapero, director. Southeast
Council of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will mod-
erate a panel ol imt n Including:
Esther Kazer, princii al of Ever-
glades School; Eleanor Schockett,
an attorney; Priscilla Perry, a
: rofessor; Elaine Bloom, com-
munity leader and president of
National Council of Jewish
Women, and Ruth Simons. M.D..
neurologist. Claudia Greenberg,
the daughter of a professional.
will respond.
Program committee Includes
Florence Baskin, Fllen Baum and
Sophie Pinsley.
Dedication of the Bonnie Soltz Laboratory
in the chemical endocrinology department
of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medi-
cal Center in Jerusalem brinqs together
'left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Soltz and
two of their children; Mrs. Max N. Matzkin
national president of Hadassah, and Prof
Kalman J. Mann, direcior-general of the Ha-
dassah Medical Organization.
Hadassah Honors Soltz Daughter With Laboratory
Monte Carlo Night
The South Dade Hebrew Aend-
emy lias slated its third annual
Monte Carlo night and auction for
Saturday at 8 p.m., at Christopher
Columbus High School. 3000 SW
sTth \w. Galloway Rd. Gifts to
be distributed are worth many
tho sands of dollars and proceeds
from the evening will be used to
help Darents with their children's
tuition
JERUSALEM A laboratory in
memory of the late Bonnie Soltz,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Soltz, formerly of Miami and now
settled in Israel, was dedicated
here in the presence of Mrs. Max
X. Mat/kin, national president of
Hadassah, and members of the
national board of Hadassah present
In Israel
Bonnie Soltz died at the age of
18, shortly after immigrating to
Israel. Her mother was for many
years a leading member of Hadas-
sah in Florida, serving as pres-
ident of the Miami chapter,
regional president and as a mem-
ber of the national board.
Funds to set up the laboratory
were donated bv Bonnie's "many
friends jn the Florida Region of
Hadassah."
Prof. David Rabin, head of the
Chemical Endocrinology depart-
ment at the Hebrew University
School of Medicine, explained
'hat, in the Bonnie Soltz labora-
tory, work is being carried out j
>n problems related to two hor- I
-nones which are vital for the I
control of salt metabolism in the
human body. Disturbances ol i
these hormones may result in blood
pressure being too low or too
High.
Mrs. Soltz said "It is some con- '
solation to know that her going by the love and devotion ol l
.vill make it possible for others her friends that has shown itself
to find life. We have been touched in this imaginative manner."
First three members to be enrolled in the Cedars of Leba
non Auxiliary 19?J spring recruitment (from left) Shirley
Katzman, Cynthia Mackler. and Judy Weissman, are being
welcomed b/ Gerri Panerali (right) director of volunteer
services. The campaign for new auxilians was inaugurated
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Friday. March 9, 137:
Bob Mitfv&k
Kenneth Lodin
Marc lone
MARC POMS
Man- N.. son of Dr. and Mrs.
Alan D. Podis, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing. March 10. at Temple Beth El
of Hollywood.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Nova Middle School.
He "ill be honored at the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening.
Among guests will be his grand-
i arcnts. Mrs. Ann Roscman, and
Dr. and Mrs. Louis B. Podis.
it
M \m LANE
Marc I'Aan. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Don Lane, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Match 10,
at Temple Emanu-El
Marc is a seventh gradi student
of thp Lehrman Day School of
Temple Emanu-E] and his hobbies
are si amp coll cl Ing an I building
rock '-.
Marc's grandfather, Jerr> Lang-
el will attend the event. The a
brani e honored with a
: m at the Algiers Hotel,
STKVKX Gl'ADAOXO
Steven, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Rudj Guadagno, 9010 sw 12th
St will observe his Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday morning services
on March 10 at Temple Or Oiom.
Steven is in the seventh grade
at Rockway Junior High School.
Ha has I swimming award from
the YMHA and a merit certificate
from the American Cancer So- I
clery. Ho also plays the guitar. ,
The celebrant will u> honored
at a reception in his home on ,
Saturday evening. Among guests
will be his grandparents. Mr. and
Mis. Lion Gold oi Pittsburgh.
# a &
KKNNBTH LODIN
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Lodin. will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah during 8:30 a.m.
services at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on Saturday, March 10.
The celebrant is an honor StU-
lent in the seventh grade at John
'. Kennedy High School, and in
'he Mit/vah class at Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School. He
is a member of the congregation
choir, and is the recipient of a
Kennedy physical fitness award.
Kenneth will be honored at the
Kiddush following the ceremony.
Among guests will be his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hofstein.
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The folowing promotions were
announced at the recent meet-
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The First National Bank of Bay
u.iiixir Islands. Assistant vice
presidents were Dorothy Kotzen
and Dorothy Stafford. Treena
ll.ih-r->ii, the bank's auditor,
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The University of Miami < on-
cert Jazz Band. Whit Sidctier.
conductor, will perform at 7
p.m. Sunday, in the interna-
tional lounge of the Whitten
Memorial Student Union, main
campus. Admission is free.
The Miami Beach Art Club
will present "Aljaman's Pall-
iate" as the March 9. Public
Art Forum to be held at Wash-
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tun Ave., at 8 p.m. Friday
night.
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The Dade Foundation board
oi governors has selected At-
wood Dunwody, senior partner
<>: Mershon, Sawyer. Johnston,
Dunwodj & Cole to serve as the
1973 chairman, Mr, Dunwody re-
places outgoing chairman. Rad-
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Michael .1. Franco has been
i lected a membei of the Associa-
tion of Reserve City Bankers.
an association of top executives
ol the largest correspondent
banks located in the federal re-
serve cities. Mr. Franco is chair-
man of the board of City Na-
tional Bank of Miami, and pres-
ident of City National Bank Cor-
poration, a $470 million Miami-
based bank holding company.
Final plans for the March 18 Purim lunch-
eon in behalf of the CJA-IEF are mapped
by these leaders of the Chaim Weizmann
Branch of the Farband Labor Zionist Order.
Those in charge of the function at the Al-
giers Hotel include from left to right (stand-
ing) Rose Abels, Katherine Lippman, Vert
Belzer. Anna Miller, Viola Freed end Bessi.
Udowilz. From left (sealed) are Gertr^u"
Birnbaum, Morris Birnbaum, Manny 3ui
stein, general chairman Moe Levin mt
Zvi Halisky.
Carnival, Musicale
On Beth Am Schedule
Sunday, March IS, i.s Purim
ainiwil time at Temple Beth
\m. Open from 11 to .'! p.m.. the
'ar nival will feature clowns,
strolling musicians, side shows,
ame booths and pony rides,
rhcrc will also be a kiddies cos-
time conti si and parade.
Chairman of the affair i- Nina
Meyer, with Marcia Reinman in
-harge ol arts and crafts, and
Miller, used books.
Dr. Samuel I Greenberg, psy-
hiatrist and author, will be guest
speakei at the Beth Am Sister-
hood meeting on Wednesday,
March 21, in the temple social
hall.
Author of "Neurosis Is A Pain-
ful style Of Living," Dr. Green-
berg is clinical associate professor
in the University of Miami de-
partment oi psychiatry.
Preceding Dr. Greenberg's talk
at noon, there will be a 10 a.m.
mini-auction with over 100 items
to choose from, followed by a
luncheon at 11 a.m. Baby-sitting
service Will be available lor the
day.
in charge
Carole Clein
low,
ol 11 set \ations are
and Adriannc Dar-
Youth choirs of six churches
anil a temple will raise their
voices in song at the seventh
annual interfaith musicale. on
Tuesday. March 20. 7:.'50 p.m, In
the sanctuary of Temple Beth
Am.
Sponsored by the women's com-
bined interfaith committee.
churches represented in the musi-
Purim Observance Set
B'nai B'rith Women Harmony
Chapter will celebrate Purim with
traditional refreshments at a
meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in
the Jefferson National, 301 Arthur
Godfrey ltd.
Ladies Present Play
On Thursday, March 15. at 8:30
p.m., Temple Or Olom Sisterhood
will present a play. "A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way to
the Pischka." The play relates the
Sisterhood sup|x>ri of the Theo-
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rrch 9 1973
fJenisti ncrkfifur
Page 9-B
LEGAL NOTICE
of APPLICATION
)R TAX DEED
Ir '2-263-Acti of 1972
file No. 73 A 13
f97 FS> 1372 Supplement
orda Statutes 1971)
l> iii.i:::itv GIVEN thai
i hi. Trustee holder m
.,: Certificate No 773ii
Ja) "I June. A.I i. 197U.
\\ IM> TjW I'nil
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTiCE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
,.-..,.!/"- ACTION NO. 73-3459 I num.- with 111
GENER_AL JURISDICTION DIVISION Courl '-, I >;i.l.
NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKREIIV OIVEN thai
the uiiderHlKii<-d. desiring li engage ir.
business under the fictitious nami ol
KEG II \i: Ml 11102 X \\ 7; \vi iiu< .
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAWRtAO*
iiade appliration for a IN' RE: THE MARRIAGE "F
i. Issued thereon Said JOHXXV EARL LOCK LEAK
. the fi ,lln\\ Iiik and
;m the Count) of 'i..\i:.\ I.OCKI.EAR
M la ml, PI i Intends t<
Clerk
>nni.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROSATE
No. 73-183
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
da. to-wit
|i : Hampton Park,
i- p _-.' '.v. Section SI,
South, Range 4"
|- riK 14 acre* more
III., i '(unity nf I i...l. .
., | rinw "as been fll. Htn.nl of ml4 property un-, vou are required i
TO: CLARA I..- ki.i: ai:
.i bstei.le .'.\ih.\i-:
Route l
i 'hadhourn, N *'
VOf ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
thai nil action for Dissolution of Mar-
u and
|.v ..f
>f Hi.- t'lrcuil
. F'oi
EDWARD S. MAKOWSKJ
Miriam Rcckerman m **>
Attorney for applicant
1993 s W !lrd Avi nue
Miami, Florida
2 23 a
ir,i In RE: EKtate <
MA I'RICE MIOATZ,
I I-. !, I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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; Estati of
BENJAMIN BOG \l:T
dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE LIHCUII COURT QF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-559
JOHN R. BLANTON
r lea to was it. th. "'' written defenses, If any. to it op ,.,.-. R,,_7 ,' '
, ABE Miss, attorney for Petitioner. iikuthT SCHATZ
it ahall he re- whose address is m x w i.,i, a .... ',':,,. :,,i
... ...... \1, ... l.-l....,,!.. .....I ,;i. .1, I '.,.1 ,'1
To All Creditor*.....I AI l'i ? \\-.i\t VrnMS WedflBrtt nntt AH fersw H
Ilia Clalmi oi Demands Against Said '">-' Claims or Demands Again,
Estate: K late:
Vnu are hereby notified and reaulred V..u are hereby notiried and r. I
.....resenl an) claims and demands '".....' ";' claims and del
uhlch you ma) have against the -- which you ma) have aKalnai th. es-
tate of MACRICE MIGATZ lie---------1 f"e "' HEXIAMIX BOOAK1 di I
late ..I Dade County, Plorida,
Circuit Judges of bade Count! I
late of Dude County, Plorida. i
Clrcull Judges of Dnde County
fill the sam
tided in s
III!
ami
Plor.....
I.- Count),
ne in duplicate and as pro- ",' V"-' ";'-""' "' 'i'"',": :",""",
.-.-ti.-n 733.1B, Plorida Slat- v"1"1 '" Section ..! rlorlda Sti.t-
County "''* '" """
('"Ullln'U
i, m law, tin- pr iperty
..ill he sold to the
i-li at the .in i -
pal Sifonda) in ih.-
vvhieh la Hi- -ml
I > :'." A M
dnj "i Pi bruary,
I p DRINKETt
. nit l "ourt,
u iv. Plorldn
ildslrand D.i'
-
:: 2-9-t-23
nue. Miami. Plorida and file the or-
iginal itli the
I
dnal with th.- clerk of Hi. nbove T \n ,-.- n, .
lyled ...un or on before March 2J.T' *,!\Slrt,"r-and A" ''*''"' Hav- day of Man*. A.D. IHTI1
(.-. .lhM.l..... ,t.. .*....!. .. ;.i .. .... I"'- I;.nil- .l
Utea. in their offices in ill.
Courthouse In Dad.- County, Kluridi...
within six calendar mnntht from the ",'.""" '
time of the flral puhlh-ation In i.....f.
or the sa..... ill be barred.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this l-i
C P. ItRINKEH
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Ii.nl. County. Plorldn
K. R .1 FOV
\s Deputy Cli i k
11 nvuii *'.'urt Seal
STl i\'E ... SOSTCHIN
, Abe Koss
] 11 \ \\ 12th Avenue
Mln mi "lorlda
CF APPLICATION
)P TAX DEED
|r 72-26i-Act of 1972
File No. 73 A 12
S" FS' 1972 Supplement
jr.oi Stitutet 1971)
|j> HERERY (ilvEN thatl Attorney for Petitioner
Trustee holder nfl : :: *-
Vrllflcati No 77 :i
f June, \ I9T. NOTICE NDER FICTITIOUS
th' Tax NAME LAW
aPPjl I a I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
be --ii. 'I Ih.-reoi Said I the underslaned. deslrlna to engage |n
the tfdlouiiia ue- businest under the fictitious name of
the Count) ol TARt' MAOAKINK al ll N.W. -7ili
i, lo-wlt: I Avenue, Miami. I'l.i Intend In rearia-
..r X'- >'f N'i ter said name with thi i lerk of Hie
if si:' of NE'i AKA I Circuit Court "I Dadi County, Flor-
in -:. Trums <'"'v Ida
Township : l: \ri. i: oi.iv \ r,n
I East, roiitalnlns JOSE 1 l-AZAUA ""'.
leas, the
- ,.r Floi Ida
i-lded in Section 73S.16. Florida Btat-
in--, in their offices in Hie County
Courthouse in Dad* Counts Florida.
.viihin six calendar months from ih-
llme --I the iit--i publication hereof, -i
Hi. same Will be barred
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
XiiTTfK IS HERERY (ilVEN Hint
'"fiWu,^ a'm.^rlda. this ......., iiuun,,..,_-;,,,., .._, ,n
As Executor 1^:. :>,), s,,, .... Miam, ,:. ,, ,, Florida
First publication of this noltce on
ih. 23rd day of February, 1973.
ARE K> 8S
Attorney for Estate
lot N.w. 12th Avenue. Miami. Flo
2 :;: 3 2-9-H
i
aid n pert) un-
iuli wa In 'Ii-'
' -on
. ale shall hi
law. the prop-
Mill I- sold
for rush al ','-
the in-' Moi da>
I, IS73. i^
I 1973, al : i '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 73-4014
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE
lii ill.- matter of:
'.: ,, ... r, Adoption of Minor Children hy
Sti pfathi iE< ilMIE \\ -\ I.DSTEIN.
Pel Itloi i
Intends In reKlater said name %'iili tin
Clerk nf iln- Clrcull Courl of [>ade
County, Florida
GARY ASSi IC1ATES INC
a Florida corporation
B) Harry White, President
Nelson & 1". Idman. P a
Attorneys for
larv \--.n-i .'..s. fne.
11::.". Ix'atn 'oncoui -
Miami Beach, Florldn I
nay
f Februar)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS TO V......h)to Oroussiol
NAME LAW |'ii llnx 1213
X'lTli't: IS HKRKin lilVEN that Nicosia I'vprus
the undeniirm-d, di Irl ii l enane< Ii YOI*. NEnPIIYTfiS DROI'SSIOTIS
- under the ficlitlous mi mi of are hereby notified thai h Petition for
CASSETTE CITi al N.W IH Adoption has been riled in the above
- n Miami, PI .'- Intends i styled Court by OHORfiE IVAI.D-
I name xx;11 the Clerk of STEIN, for the adoption ol tIn
iln Clrvuil Courl ol i i.nl. fount) i-hildren. namely. Menelaos Lee Dmus-
Plorida
n w in ii \ vi OCR
2-16-23
ireit<
IIR1NKER
u i 'ourt,
. uni Florida
iSu Istrand l> C
S<
3 3-9-
'i-. and Anul Droussrotis, and .<-u
I nr.- hereby r. nuir. ,1 to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading lo shov
ause win* .-: i"l Petition should nol
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-673
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE Estali "I
I.II.I IAN PEINRERI!
l .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i, ditors and All l'i r-.-n- Hav-
ing i laiin.- or Demands Agnini Said
Estate:
Y'u are hereh) notified and refiulred tin
t.. present nn) claims and demands
which you ma) have agninsl iln- es-
tate ..f LILLIAN FEINIIERH di
eased late "i Dade Count), Florida
11 ihi Cou ly
lade Counl V, P '
diar months fr.-m Hie
time of ill. rirsl publication
nr the sam.- will barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, tliis- 12 -lay
' nf February A D 1973
HANNAH HI K3AIIT
A- Exe.-utrlx
First publication of this notice "n
the bull day of February. 1973.
Harr) Zuki inli-k
Am.i in ..... Executrix
Ij'i I.in. i.in Koail
Miami Ueu.il. Florida ::::1 .:'
2/1B-23
NOTICE OF AlTIUN
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 MARKIAC1E i >l".
PE1 llll I SANTIACll I, JR.,
Husband
ami
KAN!' 'XV SANTIAfR '.
Wife
Yi i KAMI IN A SANTI Mil I
i:, :. ,i ; mi n
YOI' ARE HBRBR> V" ''
that an net lot r Dlsmluli I Mar-
led na -I
\*..u an ri 'iu;' d "'
\ our ...... ''
PRIEDM VN AND I.IP' ON
3737
.-. x\ Stliti !"' M
i.l.i 33134 IHH-'HJ
i. uli iln- cli rk i
... r befoi
i
n for Un- relii
i
Tins i-i d1 ill I- PUbli-
.aih week fm >UI eonsecu I
i THE IE ISH PLtlRIDIAN
\A ITN ESS m) hand nil
I ,.f -ni.i a- Miami, FI I
2 da? Feb 1973.
Itlt'H ,i:n P IlKINKEIt
\ Clerk, Clrcull Courl
l. ..: ouniv. Florida
i.. i: M KISSKE
I NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOP TA< DEED
I Chapter 7:-.'63-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 11
(Chapter 197 ~5; 1072 Supplement
to Floi ji Statutes 1971)
NOTICE i.!:i:Y iSIVEV Hint
'junty Ta -
..: June, A 11
.... in llle Tax Collei '-
i .. Ii application f'"'
,,, hi -in Ihi ii Said
, ,. ih, follow ,!i: 'If
iln Count] Ol
.mi:
. vv :n fi ..i N" -S4-
x l.-l, ,| ,.- X L'.". fl
12 Truman I
11 Township "
g.. i East, contalnlnK
|i in the
t,, .. i. stale of Florida
smei I of said .....i" rty
i Kfii uti w a- in Hi-'
i i., ||, .... .. Ed nn
ate .-hall he rr
Ing .. law, iln i" i" "'
mil be sold '
f Had. I'.-unl)
reg
ih.- Circuit Court
Florida
MARK l A RI iMKRi
ARMANDO PEREZ
_ lfi-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 73-3679
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN l:i: THE MARRIAtlE >F
ALBERT ARTILES
Petitioner
in .vv'x'm VRIE \RTI1 i:s
Ki i......I- nl
Ti i I ii INNA MARIE ARTILES
i I. s..in Iv I' *
113 M -
Sprli i '
\,,r VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
..... ^solution '' Mai -
granting said adoption
WITNESS my hand and seal al
Miaou. Bade County. Florida, this 20
tlav of Feb.. 1973.
KU-HAKD P. BR1XKEH
i ierk of Clrcull Court
li.nle County, Florldn
By It. M KI8SEE
Benut) Clerk
JERRY A IH'RXS
Ai tnrnct for Petitioner
:..ixiii\ National Haul. BulldlllB
Miami. Florida 83130
2 23 :: g-9-lfl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-3949
COMPLAINT TO QUIET TITLE
NOTICE OF ACTION.
CHARLES UERTI.ER. and
Mil.p \ (iERTLER his wife
PI llll's.
ALL OF THE HEIRS. DEVISEES.
LEGATEES, AXD THE CiR VXTEES
iln
13th
Bated al Miami. Ploriiln
.lav .,f February. A I' 197.1
MYi: \ FE1 DOItEIIER
\- Executrix
Pirsi publlcall......I this I otlce
in.- 'uli day of \i.ii. h '.;
>\ 171: IVEIXSTEIX ,x- STACKER
P A.
Ilv: SHERW'IN ST VI'RER. ESO
am..in. \ for l-7-i.i.....i
I Ih.ii Felnherg. di i -I
:".' Lincoln Road
; i.i.. 23 -::.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN Ihnl
ih.. undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the flctillous name "f
I EN REALTY al S
nue, Opa Locka, Fla. Intends i" reg-
ister sni.l nami with th- Clerk of thi
I'ir.uii Courl "I Dnde County. Plorldn
LEI i.NARI' PECHEN IK
ni-2:t-3i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHEJ.IY IHVEN t
Ih,. u :. i.-sirmi: In
i.ii.....-- ui i. r iln- fictitious ii '
\ I-. -. \ i \.\Y 34lll -
am I... Count) Floi Ida Inti '
mte with Ihi
Ihi i In un 'Ui: "I" Bail' I -
Florida. .....
FLORIDA AIT" PAINTINtl M
Bj Moi ton li Rtu en. Pri Id. nl
KOMMEl Hi lOERS. I.ORBEH .x
SI 117 X K.MAX
4j" Lincoln Road
Miami Hi .i.h. Floi Ida
. i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
^ggggggg*- ,. ......, :, f.,,. I --,,lii! ,.|i i.l \| if- 1.1 .' -. i r. r..-. .. .- I i i i i i i i in I n c ^ r r.< i^ t i.vuni ^r i
scriWBl..- -11" '"' '" 1 > ., nl VSSI.iXri.lS. I.IP.M'KS. .ilKI.ITOKS.! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU
g.est i .,'',. TRUSTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS. IN AND FOR
^B*o< ...',, .1.VIMIM: IIV. TIIKI'I-:!!. I NI'Kl: DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
.....T. >R AOAINST CATHERINE BAR- CASE NO. 71-24828
ivofAp. u. KARA Ma. RAE. ALSO KNOWN \s NOTICE TO APPEAR
Datad I'. CASSIE II. MucRAB. DEi'EASED BY PUBLICATION
'71. .....v-,-,-,. '" above AND AHAINST ALL PERSONS HAA MILDRED STRAI'CH.
> ... Maul, L-J., ixi; .i: .1 MMix.; an x i;i.:h ,.,.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV V I
\ i liana ,|U. undersigned, desiring b '
,.,,. ,. -. u |e, he flctltlou- '
SEYMOCR I" 'TEL AND -
\l BNTS al i ".,">
Miami Bern h. Plorida Int, I
-,,i- said name with the Cl
i 'in i, a Bade uni
II ,XCl ICK INDI'ST
,1 Plol i
\\, | .. -;. I II BVltX, VI. e I'I
X. I-..i, ,X Pi P A
\
il Industrie) Inc.
1133 K .ii ursi
Mi.un 331.il
~l- u 1 ,, 1 Florida
p 1 D.i
pui ?, 2-9
u't xxill !. e'n-lTITI.EOR INTEREST IX THF REA1
,.,'.;, vnu i.i 111, relief de- PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED. MASON MOSI.EY
,,'." \i ;,'/:, t,:iik:si.kv,-
;e _nder fictitious
NAME LAW
IS HEKEIIY OIVEN Ihnl
s. ring to i ngage |o
di 'i.ililous name .-f
t>\ ; 3*33 fl W. xih Street.
mi. in- m reglsti i sni.i
|h the Clerk nf the Clrcull
Bade I" iintx-. Floi Ida
in i:\al
,-k.ri..
[ f... appli, nnl
:.! Avi nue
2 2", }.9-lfi
|CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai
Csla.....t 'i. siring In engage "
under thi- fictitious name
Btl-;i- APARTMENTS al I "i
Kimi, Miami Reach. I
It,, register said name with the
the Circuit Courl of Dadi
iFlorid ,
,KV ass, iCIATBR. IX'
i n Florida nrporation
Harry White. President
K for Oarj Associates, Inc
, u'-<-
leach, v..- 33131
2 23 :: II
i i, shall I" puhllshi I on,
I eaeh I U ecutlve wi eki
HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS in> hand and inn senl ol
said i-ourl ai Miami, Florida on thl*|
lary.
RICH VRD r BIHNKER
A fieri '......>',i
I lade Countv. Florida
U, r p COPEI AND
\. 11, nun Clerk
(Clrcull Courl Seali
STi >NE .x SI ISTCHIN
101 N.W. 12th Am
Miami. Florida 33123
Attornei for Pi litloner .; %ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 73-772
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I In RE: Estate o(
JEAN .IIXIillA
I leceased
T
SEE, I El: VTEES \ND TH E
GRANTEES. \SSH1NEES.
I IENI IRS. I'ltl-'l >ITI IRS.
TRCSTEES OR 'Til 171:
i'i V \i \NTS Cl AIMI x,: BY,
THROCOH CNDER HI
AO \1XST CATHERINE BAR-
BAR \ Mai I! \ 17 A I BO K xi i\\X
AS '' \ssii-: i: Mai R \ 17 I >E
CEASED l\'|i A,: MXST ALL
PERSONS HAVING OR ri AIM-
ING ANY RIGHT. TIT1.K OR
INTEREST IX THE RBA I.
PROPERTY HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED. I" Wll
Trait Nine r.u "f Block One (li
Section Thirty (301. Township
Flftv-seven r.71 South, Hani;..
Thlrtv-nlne (191 F.nst nf MIAMI
., LIN'P I >T7\'1-7I orMKXT COM-
PANY'S Stil'-'lix isinn. according
In b man made by the Rlaravne
Engineering Comnany C E and
recorded In n.n Book R, on Page
l'i in the Office of the Cli rk nf
ih, Circuil Courl in and f"i Dade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
lllgli II NAME LAW
III fi NOTICE IS HEREBY '-
'I'll. MASI >N Ml ISLEY. n i
i Ri Id, nee unkuou in in hush
...... ,' Mr I I INI
Each ami all unknown pi-rsnni, par- COMPANY IX I In
dnnts who elalm hj ..,)..
through, undei .. .i .. i. C||y ol Pli
I said MASON MOSI BY, singli man.'. ,
whether ns spouses, Inns, devisees. ,,,- ,|. Circuit Court id B
1.8
grantees, assignees lleliors creditors, Florida
> in each ar
i> unknown
uusi.-i or otherwise, as ,.. each and Dated nl xi I
da) nl 1'. bruar) 1973

all of \\ In-in r, si,I, n
and
I7a.-h ami all unknown persons, par-
lies and defendants. .>.- to .:,.li and
'all of whom residence i- unknown,
having 1.1 claiming lo have any right,
title or ......i-i ,,, or i" the following
described property, which Is :h. sub-
ject matter of the above styled cause,
I.,.i i Rloi I, !:. I'.i'X'iili: P \i:k.
accorilina i" the pint thereof .,-
record. .1 In Pin I Rook 50 al P ibi
L'n. ol iln Public Records I I nidi
Countv, Florldn
ViT. AND EACH OF N'T. an
hi i. bv notified thai fl 'omi lalnj has
been filed bv the above namei
liff
fi
Alfred D. Blelej
Peggy 1 ', 1 x
NOTICE UNDER FICTITICL^
NAME LAW
NOTICH is HEREBY OIVE> '
Ihe underslgm d. desiring n J
business uml. I Ihe In lltlou '
MIDI 17 '-.-- iCIATES a,
Street. Miami Beach, Fla I '
reglsti said num. v Ith tl r
hi Clrcull Courl ol Dadi i
Florida
Sole iwner
R VCHEL D. LEVINE
Plain- Kwitnev & Kroop
i',.i applicant
Iff ngalnsl you and each ,.f you i" Attorneys for applicant
.,!-,, l..s, :, mortgage '" the nlmve de- Suite 512. 120 I Incoln Rom
eribed proper!) In Ihe above styled Miami Beach. Fla.
ui-. and ...ii and each ol u nri
h< ri > nuiri -i m file an Ana r n.
other P iidlng 11 sponslve Iheri In
,ili Hi., i Ierk of Ihi ihovi i'i' '1
Circuil "ourt and to soi. ,| ol
such Answer or other responsive
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IDE is HEREBY GIVEN that
|. rslgni desiring i" i ng igi in
undei the fictitious nami ot
In.I Barb) Faahloi al :,:" Vx
II, .:.>,! Fla Intend to ree-
Ud i ante with the Clerk ; ih
Court of D idi County, Florida.
Mich i Oareee
ircea
Oarcep
2 ;3 1 S-9-H
Flral publication of this notice on
ihe ii'.th day "f Februai 197 I
FAt'NCE. FINK *. FORM AN
1502 Congreaa Bldg., Miami. Fla,
W1"MM g/16-2. I 2-9
Bi I. SXEEDEN
Charles Oei llei R
Attorne) for Plalntlffa
4:'n Lincoln I
Miami Beach Florida 8319^ ^^
in-
l dav ,l March l
RICHARD P BRI NK Ell
Clerk ,'f il"' Clrcull 'ourl
I! Y i: M KISSEE
Deuut) Clerk
:: :i i .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OI\ i.-
the underslgm ,l desiring lo i ]
business ui di r Ihe fi. Iltloui I
THE T< 'W ERS iF WESTLAND ^>'.
,1 i, ., THE TOW ERS OK tt EST-
I \ X I al I 'ad. ''",1 ,' J Floi "' -
tends I- register said im, II "
Clerk ol ih. Clrcull Court i
County. Floi I _._
THE TOW ERS OF E8TI IM> 'XC.
Bj |.u i". Ilpe 'l" la i"iu/.
President
HARRIS .x SIRKIX. P \
Attorneys tor Appllcanl
Dade Federal Bultoling
Miami, Floi Ida ".ii^l
I :n r. ;-r,-i


Page 10-B
vJenist1 fhrkMam
Friday, March 9, 19731
LMAt NOTICE
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 UK: Instate of
EMANtlELP CkEENHEKO
leeeased. aWMlH--.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and am Persona ihv-
Ina. Claim*, or Demand* Against Said
K-Ute:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present an) claims and demands
which you may have against the
tate of BMANIEL P. OREBNBBKU,
di aaaed late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judjtea of Dade
County, and 11it- the same In duoli-
i ani aa provided In Section 733 -
16. Florida Statutes, in their offices
ii. ihe County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within m\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
!> barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida this :> day
ol February, AD. !!?:<
KATK CkEENItERii
DK. MARTIN QREENBEKG
As Executors
First publication <>f this notice on
the Hi day of February. 1973.
JOSEPH SCHMIBR, Esquire
Attorney for Executors
6""' Lincoln Road. Suite :."i6
M ami Beach. Fla.
2/16-23 3 1-1
legal Nona_______(Rhode Islanders Meet Opera 'Wertiier' Premieres At Dade Auditorium Monday
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Greater
The Ktwxle Island Club
Miami, will hold
of The Florida premcre of Jules
a Massenet's opera "Wei-ther." will
Ihe underalirued, desiring to engage monthlv mtftinz and "antes nieht I ... <~> rs..iu
in business under the rtctltioui name r*,*"^ rna S"*"0" "'^,u he presented bv the Opera Guild
of ROIZ STORES at MM S.W, lsi on Sunday, at i p.m.. in the r .= n.i: ~
Street. Miami Fin, Intends to resrlster Miami Roach Federal. V2M Wash-
sald name with tin- lerk of the I ir- .
euil Court of Made County. Florida iniftnn Ave.
VICENTE B
ROIE
2 16-23 I 8-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,hi ., petition for Dissolution of your
the undersigned, desiring to encage in Marriage has been filed and com-
v^m';^r,^' i'U'-'^.,';'.'.','.'1'.'^- "',""' menced In this i ourt and you are re-
SMI-OOOD ENTERPRISES al C/O quired to serve a copy of your written
Curtis Smith. IS01 Ponce de Leon
Hiv.l Coral Gables, Fla Intend to
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
V'IRttlMO'S EXCLUSIVE FASHIONS
at SSSO Blscayne Boulevard, Miami.
Fla. SS137 Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
MARIA A OLANO
( il 3 2-9-16
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. 73-4680
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: the marriace of
PATRICIA ANNE BEEK
and
DANNY LEE BEEK
To: DANNY LEE BEEK
30 Oak Brook Drive No. 3
vVilllamsvllle. New York
Yd" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t. encage in
business under the fi. tltloua name
of DREXEL PLAZA APARTMENTS
at 121* Drexol Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
i of Dade County, Florida.
HANCOCK INDUSTRIES. IXC.
a Florida corporation
By: Lester n Yavlts, Vlce-Pres,
Nelson & Feldman. P.A.
Attorneys for
Hancock Industries. Inc.
1135 Kane Concourse
Miami Rearh. Florida
2 23 3 2-9-1K
! of Greater Miami at 8:15 p.m..
Monday, at Dade County Audi-
torium, W.-dttfudny at Miami
Reach Auditorium, and aain
March 17 at Dade.
The opera in three acts is the
third in the current series of four
major productions to be mounted
by the Opera Guild for 1973. Lead-
Ing artists of the Metropolitan
and I-a Scala Opera are featured
in the French opera, to be staged
for the first time in Florida.
Obituaries
register said name with the clerk ol
ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
!': >rfda
MILTON C GOODMAN
CURTIS SMITH
MILTON C GOODMAN
Ai ornej tot Smi-G.....i Bnterpt
&- Blscayne Buiidim:
Miami, Fla. 0313m
2 16-M I J-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NjiTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to nffaare In
business under the fictitious name ol
DIXIE GARDENS APARTMENTS at
I48SI West l Florida Intepds t>> resrlster said
name n nh thi i hi k nf the "In uit
i urt ol Dade County. Florida.
HAN<'' K INI il'STRIBS, INC
a Florida orpora lion
B> l-.-sit-T ii \ ,.\ it/ \'.....I' evident
-, A Feldman, !' A
\ irnevs lot
1 .. Indust i les, Inc.
i Kan. i 'om i ursi
ai .. in Ueai h. Fla 1SIM
t-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ii undersigned, desirina .....ngage In
buitit -- u' r Ihi flotIt lous na me of
H A It 1'PHOI.STERY ,\ SEAT COV-
ERS ,ii 1243 S.W -.....' Miami.
defenses, if any. to it on Joseph
SCHMIBR. Esquire, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 60S Lincoln
Road, suite mm, Miami Beach. Fla
and file the original with the elerk
of the above styled court on or before
Aoril 4. 1*73: otherwise a default will
be entet eil against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or petition
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said rnurl at Miami. Florida on this
26 day of February. 1973
RICH ARD P. BRINKER.
\- i"lerk. Circuit court
Dade County, Florida
Bv l. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
ICiroull 'ourt Sean
Jl >SEPH SCHMIBR
SOU Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Florida
Attorn. \ f... p, iii,on.r
S'S 9-16-SI
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
u CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
M VUIA It DOM1NOTKZ
Plaintiff,
VR
i 'KI.axiii i i iMTNt :ri-7
ENRKH'F. ESTRADA AN
n
F Intend to i gj na Id name
v !' thi Clerk ol the Cli uil I 'out I "
ii i. County, Florida
KAIL FORTES
R iMON ESTR \l>\
S 2-9-16-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1t59
JOHN R BLANTON
Ii RE Estate ..f
PHII II' KRAI .-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Pei wini H
; i>i Jii i nvi Said
i
> nu an tlfii ind reqiured
t..... ims a ti'i d. mandf
..-. have against the es-
I I" Hip Ki .iu- d< eased late of.
i'. iu t Florida, to the circuit
res ol l lade County, and file the
in duplli ati .H 'l ai pro* Ided In
Florida Statutes In their,
'. the 'ounl \ l 'out ihouse in
D i. County, Florida, within slit ral-
from the time of the'
publlci....." hereof, or the name
o. barred
Filed ;,i Miami. Florida, this -Jnd
,1 i .f February A l> ItTI
EVA RAPKE
Bai nil Rank of Miami Beach, N'.A.
It\ Robert H Saltman
As Exeeutor^
E\ JNOE1 l\A ESTRADA AND
LEONII ii OCT1KRRKZ \\H
DOU)RES OI'TIERREZ,
I lefendanta
TO: ENRIQUE ESTR KDA AND
EVANGELINA ESTRADA
314 stii Street.
I'nion Cltv New Jersej
TO: LBONII.O GCTIHRREZ AND
l>l ORES OPTIERREZ,
200! Benren Line Avenue
I'nion City, Ne Jersv
TOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to Imnr, .- ;, trust ami
omi.ei you to convei to the actual
owners the propert> hh l you hold
trust the same being
LptlJ of JOHN \ CAMPBELLS
ITTI l. FARMS .. ordlng lo plat
tneretil d ,,, |ni Bool
SI. of ihv Puhll, Rei ..ids of
11 le Count* Florida
ha* been filed turn I nst v..u and you
are required lo nerve your written
'J',..-'::"*: il ,nv- ln on '-ee w eis
Sl-.NHtiliN attorney for the Plaintiff
nddress Is suite 401. Flakier
ItuildniB. ill N K First Street, Miami,
Florida ami fii. "-i.....riainal on
of Court before March S3, \:-7".
otherwise a ludamenl may be en-
tered against you f relief demanded
To be published once each week
o.r r.ur consecutive weeks in Till".
JEWISH Fl.cltllHAN.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida this li
day of February. 1!'T3
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of cin-uit Court
Dade County, Florida
Itv: II. J. FOY
as Denutv 1'lerk
LEE WEIS8ENBORN
First DUblicatlon Of this notice on the! Suile 401, FhUtler Federal Blda-
Ind .lav of Mareh. 1073. ''' NK. First St.
1 HARD A QRO88 1 -"'ami. Ha.
NOTICE OF AC .ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NQ. 73-3983
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: The Marriae-e of
DONALD 8. OREENLEAF, Husband
and
lilTH ii GREENLEAF. Wife
TO: KITH C. GREENLEAF
Route 3. Box 4*'.--D
Boone, North Carolina JSi","?
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaKe lia^ been filed airaitist you and
you are required to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on DAVID M GON8HAK. attorney
for Petitioner whose address Is 14'.'"
N W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the elerk of
the above Styled court on or before
March ;<. 1978: otherwise a default
will be entered acaiiisi you for the re-
lief demanded In the oomplalnl or
Petition
Tbis notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS 1111 hand and the seal
of said courl at Miami. Florida on
this 16 das of Fehruary. l:7;t
RICH VRD P BRINKER
As 1 'lerk. Circuit Court
D.ole County, Florida
By R M KISSES
Aa Deputs Clerk
fClroull Court Si al 1
DAVID M GON8HAK
1197 N W ?th Street
Miami. Florida Ml25
Ittorne) foi l'etitioner
___________ J3 ", 2 'i-tr.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-5128
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: THE MA RRIAl IE >F
WILLIAM BETHEL,
Husband- Petitioner
and
'il iiRIA K. BETHEI*
Wife-Respondent
Tl OU IRIA K BETHEL
Ifi PADMORE DRIVE
K INI ;T' IN. JAMAICA
T(r. GLORIA K BETHEL, an
bv notified lhal a Pel Itlon for
i' olutlon of Marriace has bi
lsi you and you are n quired to
serve.....pj of your Anawet or Plead-
Ins io said P< tition foi Dissolution ol
Marrlase on the Husband-Petit
er's attornes Ronald I. Davis Eea
P.A 117 Bl ayne BulldlnK. 19 w
Flaarler Street, Miami. Florida 33130 ;
l'b.,n. 379-2851 and file the orlarlnal
01 Pleadlna In the office --f the
i Clerk .'f the Circuit Cpurl on or before
the 12 dav of April. 1!'7:^ If you fail
to do so. iudjtmenl by default will be
thel entered auainst you for the relief de-
manded In the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriaare
this notice shall be published
......oil we.-k f,,r four (4i consecu-
tive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR-
IDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 1 day of Man h. I97J.
RICHARD P. BRINKER Clerk
inuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: c p ci ipei and
Denuty Clerk
fClrcult c.urt s.aii
3 '9-K-2S-30
* nevs for Et*-eutors
""> T.tneoln Road. Miami Beach, Fin.
3 '2-9-K-22
2/16-23 J/t-9

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 Marrlaxe of
I8TINO Dl GRRGORIO,
Husband,
-and-
:.!' IBIE Dl 1 IREOt 1RI1 >
Wife
Ti Mai lorie I > i 1 ireatorio
18 Hampton Place
Freeport, Ni w York
"oc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
11 11 a Petition for Dissolution of Mat
" sen filed acalm I you and
you are required to serve a cop] ol
your written defenses, if any, to ii on
HARVEY RICHMAN attorney for
P 1 lonet a 1 ose addresi is 410 Lln-
Road, Buiti \i ami Beach
Ki.rida 13139, and file ihe orialnal
w.iii the clerk ..f the above styled
>.....rt l<.....r before It Mareh. 1973:
otherwlae a ludKment may be en-
tered ajralnsi you for the reliel de-
manded in thi Petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Bald .ourt at Miami Florida on this
Il day of February. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
''lerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
Bv: f. Kneeden
Deputy Clerk
" II L-n-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 72-21156
I ., .,.NOTICE OF ACTION
in Re: ihe Marriaare 1 >r
Ronnie FAYE PORTER
wife,
ARTHUR HBRBBRT PORTER, JR.
, Husband
ARTHUR IIEKREKT
PORTER. JR
j YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ar-
, tn 1. for dissolution of marriam haa
''"......'' Mains! y,, .,,, v, u ,iri
required to serve a copy of your writ-
tei defenses, if any. 10 ii on LEVBN-
BON ft RICHMAN, the wife's attor-(tloner.
jieya, whose address is 19 West KI..,-- Road
ler Street. Miami. Florida. 3313(1 on
?r '"'..... March 19, 1978, and file
the orialnal with the Clerk of this
t ourt, either before service on the
wife'i attorneys or Immediately there-
after; otherwise, a default uil! be en-
tered atainst >,,u r,.r the relief de-
manded in the Petit..... for Dissolution
of Marriasre.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ol
this Court on February IS 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk Ol the Court
By c p COPELAND
Denutv Clerk
fCIn mi i ourt Seali
I.EVBKSON & RICHMAN
Attorneys for Wife
If West Flaarler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130
fSOSl ::7l -ISff
I a 3 i'-s-ic
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. 73-5184
ACTION FOR D'SSOI UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF JACOB Tims
HIS'UN'D.
and
SADIE Tll'.ls WIFE
TO: SADIE "IT I MS
o s j TOt'RETZKY
1(1 Davtnn Road
Edison. New Jersev 08817
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaare iia~ been filed aaalnsl you and
vou are required to serve a copv of
your written defenses if any, to it
Martin Starr attornes for Petl
whosi addn i Lincoln
Miami Beach Florida 33139
and fii,. the nrielnal with the clerk
"* ihe abos i styled i ourl on or be-
fore April nih. 1973: otherwise a de-
fault will i... entered asralnsl vou for
the n lief demanded In Ihe complaint
or netltlon
Thi- notice shall he published once
each \*..,.w f,,r fop, ,....-.,.;,,. (yeeks
i." i- ti-'v isii i-i .i-11,1 \ \-
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ...
"Id tsouri al M : naj of March 1973
men umi P RRTNKBR
A- "le. ';. Cir..... ', ..,. i
Bv I BNEF' i"\"
As Denuty Clerk
'I'ireoil Court Se.-lll
>fartin Starr
I> 1 Inenln Pood
";itiii Rescfi t-*io^i.t-, ^-|T,
, tttornev for Petitioner
lfi-23-30
BELL. Bert, M, or M.B Cordon.
BRODSKY. Isadora, It. "t M.B.
Gordon.
CAMINEZ. Hyman. of M.B. River-
Hide.
DAVIS. Sarah, of Miami River-
side.
EHRENWORTH. Nathan. 7:'. of Ml'..
Gordon.
GRITZHANDLER. Frames, of \V.
Palm Beach. Gordon.
KUBATSKY. Ell. WOO Collins Ave..
.M n Levitt
SILBERBLATT. LoUlM, 7::. 13.".".
Penosylvanla Ave.. M.B BLasbenr.
STEINBORN. Anna II SB, Ol M B.
New man.
weini kaub. Samuel. 89, I90J Point
Bast Dr., N.M.B Blasbenr.
SAPOLSKY. Mllllcent, 82, "i" West
Ave.. M it Riverside
ZARNETT. Max. 74. of M.B. Newman
ZEICHNER. Max. SS, 1480 Ocean Dr..
M B Gordon.
BRODY. Abraham. M. ><" Abbott
Ave M B. Riverside,
FELDMAN. Zosa, xO. of M B New-
man. Interment Mt. Nebo
fineberg. Dorothy, M, 969 Bay
Dr Blasbera
HOFFMAN. David, 76. of N M It
Newman
JACOBS. Howard B 7. .-f Miami.
Riverside
LIPPMAN, Walter, 57. Of South Mi-
ami Riverside.
MARCUS. Lillian R 58. of Bay Har-
bor Islands lii\ erslde
ROSENBERG. Ji seph I 81 1141
Collins Ave M B. BlBsbera
SANDERS, Hannah. 71, 1 TI NE 168th
st Cordon Interment Star of David
FREEDMAN. Sadie, 78, of M B
New man
Friedman. Martin. 7-".. nf M H
Riverside Interment Ml Nebo
FRIMMET. Isadore. "2. 18440 NE 19th
Cl Riverside
FRUMKES. Jos. |.h. 61, "I M B
Riverside
GLICKEL. Lillian, 76, of N M B,
Levitt
itzkowitz. Morris, 1740 s Gladea
Dr .. N.M U Levitt
JANOWITZ. Ri b. ... 72, 1507
Meridian Ave .MB 1 Six. rside
LARNER. Isadora, 16463 NE 22nd A\-
Levitt
LINKOFF. Joseph, 82, 17400 w Dixie
ll V N" M II Cordon
RITTENBERG. i's.ar :. 179S I
Dr M Ii Riverside
rockway, Anna. si. 1831 Jefferson
Ave M B Riverside
ROSE, .i.-nnie. 82, of M B Riverside.
Interment Mt Sinai
SHULMAN. Hyman. M 17400 W
Dixie Hot Riverside.
SHUMER. Sophie, 90, SO 8W S4th
\\.. New man
ADELMAN. Ida. 84, 1011 Euclid Ave..
M B Cordon.
BiLi.iG. Irvlnn, Sfi. of M n Rlvi r-
Klde
CORNFELD David, 8S, of M B Riv-
erside Interment Mt v. bo
Ehrens. Jean, 7:',. of Tar
Ri\ .rside Int.-no. nl Ml Sit
GOLDFIELD. Dr Morris 79, M B
Riverside Interment Mt Nebo,
HORNSTEIN. Jessie, 65, of llallan-
.lale Riverside
LEVY. Samuel c s7 ,.f M n River-
side
pevney. Elsie It, of Golden Shores,
Riverside
POLESHOOK. Sonia. 79, of M II
Riverside Interment Ml Sinai.
ROTH. Pearl I.. 78, 9148 SU 77th
Ave Cordon
SPRING. Bathe* f M II River-
side.
ABELSON. Sara N 53, Of M B
Riverside,
BROWN. Harriet, 7J of Hallandale
Levltl
GELLMAN. Rose. 7'.. 1345 Drexel
AVC M.B. Hla-b.rir
HERTZ, llatlie. 86, of M II.
Riverside.
levine. Joseph. M of Hotlvw.....1
Riverside Interment Ml Slnal
LEVY. Molly R, 74, of M [! River-
Side
MYERS. R.ne. ;* J_'n IgQUl Dr..
N.M B Blasbent,
NADELMAN. Sam. 8*. Riverside.
POSNER. Samuel. 7.".. 600 Wesl Ave,.
M It Blasbera
TASSELL. Hazel Mae. Ml, 1841 N \V
173rd Terr Cordon
aronow. Marian I.. 58, of Coral
Riverside
GRAIS. Nathan. 7.'.. 120 Jefferson
Am-. Mil. l^evltt. Interment ML
GREENBERG. Isador. of M It New-
man
PACKER. Samuel. 80. of M.B.
Levitt.
PUTESKA. Frank. 1:. of M.B.
New man.
STEINBERG. Jennie. It, !": Merid-
ian Ave. M.B.
WEINBERG. Alice. Si', of M I!, River-
side
CARDIN. Ann. N. 58*1 SW 7-th St
Cordon
DWORKIN. Isadora. I*, of Hallan-
dale Riverside.
einzinger. Irving, S4. :i4 Wash-
ington Ave M.lt. Cordon. Inter-
ment Mt Nebo
GOLLOB. Karola, 7". of Hallandale.
I.e\ ill.
HEIFETZ. Sarah. 7:'. of N M B River-
sj.
HEPPS. Ella. S4. of Miami River-
side Interment Mt Blnal
herz. Harry 8 N. of M B Rlvtr-
i ide
JULES. Joel, 4i. Ki". Bay r>r m B
Hiv.rside.
ARRON. Max. of M B, Newman.
bankle, Xeitie. 7:'. of m it. River-
side
COLTEN. Mey.r. of Miami River-
side Interment Ml Nebo
HYMSON. Morn-, v.. of Coral
Gables Oordon
KLEEMAN. Arthur. 66. of M.B.
Riverside
muldow. Beatrice, *4. of N M n
Rl\ erslde
PEARLMAN. Aaron 65 2100 BW
87tli Ave Miramar Gordon
PURETZ. Isidore, 85, 635 Bth St .
M t^ Blasbera
RUBINE. Anna. ". of M H Levitt
SCHWARTZ. Louis, 78, "f M B.
N.w man
selengut. Benjamin, 79 of Bay
Harbor Islsnds Rl> erslde
SELLERS. Harry, 78, nf N M B
Rllverslde
STEINER. Dlan 61. ::i"i BW 23rd
Si Cordon Interim tit star of
David
TISHMAN. Ida 75, I8S60 N E
Ave Blasheral
TITTMANN. Michael Allan. 16
ll..ll\ w.....I Rlvei side
WEISS. Malverne. 95, 5271 SW Ith
Si Cordon Interni. nt Mt Nebo
Mth
Jlem
Jilemorial Chape
"JfWISH WNEPil D ;ECrO"
LOCAL ANO OUT OT STATC
ARKASGEMENTS
1
947-2790
1338$ W DIXIE HVVV., N M.
Cable
BARTFIELD. Joseph. 83. of M.B.
a.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open [very Day Closed) Sobbolk
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioit.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deolrr
Palmer's
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9 1973
+Je*lsHk>ricli&n
Page 1 IB
NOTICE

>F ACTION
riVE SERVICE
IOPERTY)
COURT OF THE
JDICIAL CIRCUIT
. IN AND FOR
BOUNTY.
i No. 73-4844
DISSOLUTION
kRRIAQE
JE IIUTWK^X:
IMAN
BHCMAN
Mrs
[I sou
d
BRKKT NOTIFIED
Dissolution of Mar-
u-.i ialn*l v<>u and
to serve a copy
M>, if any. to II
BTE1N
pel it loner, whose i**l-
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirinc t> enmtire in
business under the fictitious names <>t
HAltl.l company (Not Incorporated):
DI'RIK' C'imi'aw (Nf.i Incorpor-
ated! at number l \V. Flakier St.
No. ill, in ih- iiiy of Miami. Florida,
Intend to register u,,. Mild names
,,y,(th ,lky C/ierk.of the Circuit Court ot
nude i ountv. Florida,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23
ilav of February, 1973
Alfred l> Meley
Penn l'oi.-v
:: 2-9-W-tl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
-I the underslaned. deslrine: to eniea*e In
: husin-ss under The fictitious name of
," PRIME PROPERTIES at TM5 S.W
..?': .' 97th Terrace. Miami. Florida intend
"- Itu register suld name with the Clerk
" i of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
tV ILI AIU> P JONES
QEORQE E SCHINDEI.EP.
HERBERT 7. MARVIN
I .A It SON & MARVIN
Attorneys for PRIME PROPERTIBfl
777 N.W, ?2nd Avenue
Miami. Put. 331M
2 lii-j:i ;: -J-O
and file the original
of Ho- above stvled
iforr April 1979:
^Kault will be entered
tile relief 1. 111 t, I
p>r iietition.
be published once,
consecutive Weeks
Fi.i'itmiAN
[hand and the seal n(
Florida, on this
i
n<-
? I
"
P BRINKER
Cinuit Court,
v. Florida
Sneeden
b.....
Kkin' stai i.i:i:.
Hi>" i
B
t idler
U6AL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirnm to enmiirv in
business under the fictitious name
of EO<)8 MAGAZINE at tin N W
-7th Avenue. Miami, Fla. intend to
register said name wllh the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RAUL R. OLIVA :.'.
JOHE i LAZAGA :."'
i 16-23 :: 2-9
UGAL NOTICE
If GAl NOTICE
are
for
H CIRCUIT COUHT
DAD BnTV. FLORIDA
NO. 73-4895
ERAL JUf
lOTICE
The i
BDICTION DIVISION
PUBLICATION
bun t
KREZ
PIREZ,
OI'Tl KHREZ. real-
ra .',72. Santiago.
cl to file your answer
llssolutlon of mar-
Clerk of the al".w
..|.v tin not' upon
1310-1] Congress
before April 2. 1973,
III In- confessed
}-. I
Hrlnker
nit I'ourt
PBI A N11
v Clerk
l>
:: 2-I'-m 23
fE UIHVtHT COURT OF THE
ENTH Jt DiciAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
'4RtOJNTV. FLORIDA
' CAS* NO 73-4926
Vtitlon of
t .1.1 men Oaw foul
and -
a Johnson P'-i- r.l
NOTICE
Ml dellne Crawt--id I.in iucM'-n
i nd
ryrone l.lvlm-^'--m
notified lll.il til. :.h..\e
r.l Petitioner*. Mlrl .lam.- Craw-
land Auroni .f -Ii11s.-n i'r:m ford,
filed a petition in the above-
Court lor Mi
children naine.l in that petition
ou are oninm. ->l. .1 r-- *< \ .,
of your writ', n d. i .in
-nry 3%>nn..... !' tinm <' at
'. whose sd.lv- I.- t-r. Si.mli
107th AVMHi- M .'ini Fli.i da.
fire Anrll -ml i m
al with tin 'I' rl. ..:' Mii. ..ill
before s..... mi !'. mi i.m. -
u-V or him d 1 Mi.
- t you tar Mi. i I :, l.i. !. I in
II-
'"NKS8 in ...I
-irt at i i r I !' "
m
p.ptvi. i.i:
i i "nun
K-l>tRK
Bunt \ ci, rl.
.. _. ., .
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE; THE MARJUAl IE >F.
RAMON I-: RIVERA,
Husband
anil
Mi IIRA KIVERA.
Wife.
To: MOlKA KIVERA
8mith I'urish
Hamilton, llermuda
or MOIRA KIVERA
General P.I'. Box 1240
llainilii.ii Bermuda
YUC ARE HEREBY N'OTIKIBJ)
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaKe ha* been filed lurninst you and
\. your writt-n defenses, if any. to it on
.MARVIN ROBS FRIEDMAN, uttorney
1 for Petitioner, whose addrvss i- 3i3i
S VV. Si Suite |99, Miami. Florida
33134 Telephone: 446-648.">, and file
i the original willi the clerk of the
above siile.i court on or before April
ii. 1J.7:'.; otherwise a default will be en-
tered nicalnsl you for the relief de-
manded In ih. complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published i no
each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH rl.ollllHAN
WITNF.SS tin hand and the s. al nl
said ii.uri at Miami. Florida nn this
31 .hii of Feb.. 1973,
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk. Cm ini Court
Dade County Florida
in i: M kisskk
As Deputy Clerk
n-uil Courl S.-.ili
IN THE CIRCUIT CvvIRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDU IAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-46*6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Till: M XKRIAtiE OF
M'-iKI.I.A JANE MANN
Wife
and
CIIARI.KS C. .MANN
Husband
TO: CHARLES C. MANN
111 l.vnn Str.-rt
itiossburK. Pennsylvania lt9IS
TOP. CIIARI.KS C. MANN.
hereby notified thai an action
Dissolution of Marriaue has been
filed amlnit you and you are r.-
uuireil to serve a copy of your writ-
icn defense if any, to It on arthcr
S. DAVIS. Attorney lor Petitioner.
11-110 lliseayne llulldina. If" West
Fl.mler Street. Miami. Florida S8189,
and file the oriirinal with the Clerk
of the above-styled Court on or be-
fore April 4. 1!7::. otherwise a De-
fault will lie entered auainst vmi for
the relief demanded In the f
or Petition,
This Notice Shall be published once
i;i h w.-ek for four consectttlve tveeks
In THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS nn hand and ilie seal r.f
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnir t" entcaite In
business under the fictlllous num. of
APCOA iii :.v:i s \\ 7"th Street,
South Miami. Dado County Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk ..I the I III till Court of
l lade 'ounty, Florida.
Si n Til HIA1R1DA AC TO
PAINTERS. INC
By Morton II Rosen. President
KOM.MKI.. KOUERS, [X>RBER ft
SHENKMAN
li'ii Lincoln Road
Miami lieai-h. Florida !31XI
! 16-23 i/2-9
on thi
said Court al Miami. Flotidi
26 dnv of February, l!'7:
RICH Alili V RRIVKRR
I as Clerk i 'Ircult Courl
Dad.- County Courthouse
D:ide Count v. Florida
By: R M KISSER
I 1. l,Ut V I |,.| k
i (Clreull Courl Scnll
:: 2-9-1A-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1138
In RE:: Estate of
EVA BROWN.
I l.i'e.tsed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
iiia Claims or Demands Aicalnst Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reouired
to present any olaims and demands
which you may have aKainst the es-
tate of EVA BROWN, deceased late
of Dad.- County, Florida, t.. the cir-
cuit JudK.s of Hade County, and file
iin- sain.- In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months- from the
. time of the first publication hereof or
ruplaint, ,|. ^,n. ill be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this list
day of February, AD 1973.
ANNETTE ItKOWN GODWIN
RITII R. GORDON
\ JAY CRIST" M.
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
Hi. 2nd day of March, 1973
A JAY CRISTI il.
A i inrney for Executors
21 Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Plorldn 33131
NOTICE OK ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3667
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriai.-. of
WILLIS II CLING FUCK, Hu.-hand
and
AMANDA JANE FLUE. Wife
TO: AMANDA JANE FLICK
Residence. T'nktiown
yOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed acainst y..u and
you are renuired to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
.martin s saxoN'. attorney for Pe-
titioner, tvhoae address Is 1461 N W
17th Avenue Miami. Fla. 13125, and
file the orltmal w itj the elerk of the
alsive styled court on or h.-foro
Mareh 22. 1973: otherwise a .1. fault
will be .nt. red atrainst you for the.
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four tonseeut'ue w-ek*
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS nn hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
14 day of February. WM.
RICHARD 1* BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Cunt v. Florida
Ri C P. C< "I
As Deputy
(Circuit Com t Seal)
MARTIN S SAN' iN
14H1 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami. I"|..rida SSI2."
Telephone: 638-11713
Attorney for Petitioner
Willis llulinu Flick, Husband
? 16-23
ELAND
Clerk
2-1
2-9-16-23
(i
FRIEDMAN AN
m \ I:\IN" lit 188
:!7.!7 S.W. v St Suit.-
Miami. Florida 33134
Telephone: 446-6183
Attorney fi r Petition.
1 ll'C. IN
l-'IMCDMAN
;.9-1fi.fl

_iUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH Jl OiCIAL CIRCLIT
IN AND FOR
DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Str No. 73-1233
|Ei K'l-'.l. nn merlv
lb an.
ssed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lalme or i i \. i

i -I. her' u<>! :fi' .1 ami renuired
BM ilaiin- iiini d.-niand'
yuU ni;i' li.i \ .iu.i ia-i ill. -
if I'.CTII V ERE' EEL f-.rm. rl\
I V. B.\l ; \N. it- ci aseil lale ,,l
Cmnty. Florida, to the Cir.uli
s of D.nl' ''..iiuii anil lit. ih.-
In vlUDli. -ii .. ii-! a- in-..! Id.d iii
>rt 732.1... Florhla Slalulcs. in
offices ii the County '"oui'l-
In pad. 'nuntv. Florida w ith-
. calendar months from the time
first puhlicatiou hereof, or the
will be harr.-d
ed at Miami. Florida, ihis J.
if Fehruar\ AD I'.'7::
ANN* MEItEDITII SCI.I.IVAN
As Eve.-utrix
-I publi.-ati'ili of this notice op
id *g> of March. !!>7::.
V BENNl-.TT
for I'.xe. lltrix
.1-7. 12".ih Str. .t
Miami. Florida :'.::l.i
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 10
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
Ronald I. Raton. Trustee holder of
Countv Tax Sal.- Certificate No. 77:121
Issued the 1st day of June. AD. 1970,
has filed same in the Tax Collectors
office, and has made application for
ii tax deed to be Issued thereon Said
Certificate embraces the followlna !-
Herlhed property in the County of Dad.
State or Pliirtdn, lo-wlt:
\i.. | ,.| as. Gr.-ill Haven Acres.
pioi Rook 13 Pai 77. Section 24,
Township ':: South. Rantti 39 East.
, mii., nips. 13 in i. more or ss
in Mi, C.mnt.i ': Dade. Slat- Ol
Florida
The nssessmenl -i snld proper! >
ii- ,i. i mi. nn III .-. rtlflcnte w :is in the
nnme of: Vemerscery Strop*
I'nlesn said cerllfli ate shall he re-1
,1, nn .1 ncCordlllB In law. the nropi rtj
de-cril.- .1 hi rein will be sold In the
hiahesl bidder for cash at the Com I
house door "ii ih- first Mondn.N 111 thel
n.....Mi -I Vnrll. 1973, which Is the 2nd
.lai of Vpl II, 1973 .ii 1" 3 \ "
Dated Ibis 27lh day of February,
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. 73-4296
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE i >F
JANICE MARINO,
and
, JOSEPH MARINO
Ti i: Ji iSITl'H MARINO
9H6 SaratoKii Street
East lloston. Massachusetts
YOO ARE HEREBY NOT1FIF.D
thai an action for Dlssolulll.....f Miiv-
. rlalfe has I.....n filed au.iinst you and
! x-ou are required t- serve a copy of
| vour written defenses, if any. to it on
I MAX I' ENGEI. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose addrew Is 1401 N.W. 17th
I Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file the
nrhrlnal xvlth the clerk "t the above
' styled court on or hefor.- Aorll 6th.
I 1973: otherwise a default will he en-
tered aKainst you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he nuldi h-l once
' each week for four consecutive weeks
I in THE JEWISH FI ORIPTAN.
WITNESS my hand and th
of said court al Miami. Florida I
[ 21 day of February, 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadu County. Florida
By R E. SHEA
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
:i 2-
seal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-173
In RE: Estate ..I
RITII AMRON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons llm-
Inn Claims or Demands AKainst Said
Estate:
You ar- hereby notified and reouired
to present any claims and demand!
which vou may have turaliisi ti.....s-
,at- m RITII AMRON deceased lale
,.f Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit .1ude.-s Ol Dad- County, and file
the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16 Florida Stat-
utes, in their ..iti-es in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
with-n six calendar months from the
time of the first pub.lcatlon hereof, or
the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 2tl day
of February. AD IMS
Max Amron
Richard xmrmi
Florence Nussl.iium
Ac Executors
First THlhllcnIioii of ihis notice on
the did day of March. l!'7:i
Henry Norton
Attorney for Estate
liscavne Riiildini:
ihis' Miami. Florida 31130
.. s.ji.ifi -.
1-16-23
RICHARD P ItltlNKEII
i 'l....."In u i Court,
Dad- Countv, Eloii.l.
lit P. F Gnldstnind Di'
cull Courl Seal,
:: 9-1i
u
>UI
| }. ti;.-.::
.
5TKJE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
riCE IS Hl-.RERV GIVEN that
ndersir n-d. d-sirinir to eneaire
ulness under the fictitious name
AS ATELIER RoCTIGCK
Falm Avenue. Illaleah. Fla.
ktjb reifist.-r said name With
'.of the Circuit Court of Dado i
orlda
:RVII.IA l'RIDA (I
: 23 ?, --!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-4824
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OK
JOSEPH FERNANDEZ
Husband
and
PATRICIA FERNANDEZ.
Wife
TO: PATRICIA FERNANDEZ
Il'.'.ii White Plains Road
llronx. N-w York
YOP, PATRICIA FERNANDEZ, arc
hereby notified that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriaue has been fll-d
aualnst you and you are reouired to
serve :i com of your written defense,
if any, to It on AETHER S DAV18
Attorney for Petitioner. M-U" Bis-
..ivne Ruildlna, If Weal Mauler Street
Florida 331M, and file the oriirinal
with the clerk Of the ahove-stylcd
Court, on or before April 1973.
otherwise a default will be entered
airainst vou for the relief demanded
In the Comolaint or Petition.
Thi Nolle,- shall be published once
each week f..r four consecutive Weeks,
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and seal al
snld Court, at Miami. Fla. on this 27
dnv of February. I9T3,
Rl: HARD P. BRINKER
as Clerk, i 'ir-ult Court
Dad- County Courthouse
Dad.- Couinv. Florida
By: c. p cor eland
n. -iiiv Clerk
oit COWl Seal)
Ift-t-M-ti
NOTICE ur ACTION
constructive service
(no property)
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida. in and for
dade county.
civil action no 73-4348
general jurisdiction division
action for dissolution
of marriage
in 1:1:
nicholas .1 n agi.ieki. iii
i in baud
and
k VHEN \ NAGI 11:1:1. W Iff
To. KAREXA NAOL1ERI
1229 Itavlleh Was
jlnltiinore, Maryland
Vni' ARE HEREIIY NOTIFIED
thai nn acil..... i ilssnlutlon ol Mai
...it- has lieen filed naalnst you mil
,. i. nuiri il In sei ve n i P> ol
nn......l-f-ii- ii liny, in H
,i.\ vid i-: sti in i:. iiimi i" 'oi
p.....loner, whose addri ss is 101 N \\
l-Jlll Avi-IIUe. Miami. Florida, anil file
Ihe original with lh- fieri.....'
,l.,,i, Htyli d court on or hefori \i" II
I 1973. ..ii rw Ise a default u ill i" en
lered nu ilnsl Vtiu im Ho relh f d--
,,,.,i di ,1 in ih. comolalnl m petition
This nolle, shall he published on
each week for four .....secutlvi weeks
In Till: JEWISH Fl.oEIDI \ N
WITNESS nn hand and the s. al Of
wild court at Miami. Florida on this
I ,1.,! ol Pell 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Cl-rk. 1 irolllt COUI t
Dad.- ('..lint!. Florida
It! R M. KISSEE
\s Deputy Clerk
iCir-uil i -Ult S-all
D Win E STi INK. ESO
STI >M". Sl iSTCIIIN
lol N VV. l-tli Avenue
Miami. Florid, all
Attorn-! for Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COurtT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
, CASE NO. 73-4592
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Al UERT STEPHEN nl'oi.EA
Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3563
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marrlnue .a
ANTHONY RICHARD PANE.
11 uvl.ii i. I.
ami
CAROLYN PANE.
u ife.
mO: Carolyn Pane
X Reed Drive
Deer Park. New York
, o Piinsi
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution oi Ml '
rlaax has been filed gainst you and
you ar.- required to serve u copy of
vour written defenses, If any, to it on
i'All. KW1TNKY. attorney tor Peti-
tion,!, whose address is K\VITNi:i &
KROOP, Sun- "M-. !'-' Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach. Klorida 33139. and file
the oriKlnal wnh th- clerk ol th. ahnyo
StVled court On Or he.ore March 21,
1st:-, otherwise a default will be en-
t-i-,1 uffalnsl you for the relict de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
Tins inline shall he ouhh-hed once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS in.- hand and th. seal
of said court at Miami Florida OU
this 13 din of F-hcuarv. 1973.
Richard P. Brinker
As Clerk. Ch-eUl Court
D.nle County, Florida
Itv I. SNEEDEN
As fN-pun Clerk
(i 'in ult .'ourt Seal)
PA II. KWITNI'V
KWITNEY A. ERoop
Suite .".1^ 480 IJncohi Road
Miami Reach. Florida 3SISS
33H-737S
Attorney for Petitioner .....
ml
I iBHR \ VVi iNNR '1'' 'I l< A.
YOC. DEBR v YVONNE Ol.....C \.
R. -idem I 'iikinni n. arc notified to
i ......pj your answer to Dis-
solution of Marriai;- filed airam-i Vnu.
,.ii hllsh-iuil allmn.i. GKORGK
\ICHol AS. 1112 S W l-ih Avenue.
Miami. Florida 3313H, Mild III- oriu-mal
llav-
said
with lerk 1 Mr- OUI 1 mi hefon
A mil !, 197: nthi | w Ise ih 1 ilssoln-
lion Mull ihki VI ill be -ol f, -. d Iii
ou
HATED Fell 23. 1973
RICH MID P BRINKER Clerk
I,! |. CCRR1 DC
'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Men
Ihi ii idi rsiKIied, deslrilili lo en*
busll i si undi r the fictitious mi mi ol
INCOME TAN RARCELO nl .' R
3rd Street, Miami. Fin Intends hi n K-
,-im .ml in mi. w ilh Ih- I'll i I. "I Ihe
Circuit I'-ni .-I Dade Count! Florida.
PETER IIARCEI "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
PROBATE DIVISION. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-8525 (Dowlinq)
In RE: Estate of
RERCI .Ii >T JENSEN. 1.....mcm d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T y|| | -redilurs and All I'
Ins claims ,.r Demands AKainst
Vou\'ire hereby notified and re,mired
to present in,i daims and demands
vvhli h you m.ii have nRnlnsl ihe estate
i llERGIJOT JENSEN .....eased late
luiil, Cnuiiiy, Florida, lo the IrcUll
anil IM- Hi-
mo! id. .1 i-i
Statutes, In
im i x Court-
(la. within
,111 llo 1 Hi'1 of
of D.lde Counly
duplicate nt 'I a
Florida
fflees m Ihe C
Dad. County.
Inr nv
the
lay
A.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihal
the undcisiKiied. rieslrln* In cnnnBo In
business under the fictitious name of
RIVIERA TOWERS CONDOMINIUM
at Suit- 7"'-. '.'.'J"i, s Dadeland Boule-
vnrd, Miami. Fin intends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Clreull
, 'ourl of Dade County, Plorldn
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Miami. Fla Intends lo n Rlsti r said
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Court of Dade County. Hnrldn.
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189," S W, 3rd AVI nue, Miami, hill
:: 2-9-IH-31
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business under the fi,-titious name of
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Page 10-B
vJenisfi fkredis/r
Friday, March 9, 1973
tMAi wor/ct
legal nonet Rhode Islanders Meet Opera 'WertJier' Premieres At Dade Auditorium Monday
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-792
GEORGfc E. SCHUL2
In UK: ttaUt* of
EMANUEL, P. GREENBERG
deceased. ^. -si r- ft
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and ah Persona 11 iv-
Ini claims or Demands Against Said
1. late:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands.
which you may have agalns! the &
The
Kluxle Island
Miami. will
Club
hold
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEBV GIVEN thai Oreater
ill.' underalimed, desiring to engane: monthly miftinp anil ".imp's nipht
in business under the fictitious name "nmi> mil tini, ana games mKni
of Hoi/. STORES at 1CU 8.W. 1st <>n Sunday, at i p.m.. in the
Street, Miami Fla. intends to re1ater Miami Hoach Federal. 12.34 Wash-
said name with iiu- ( lerk of the < Ir-
uit Courl of Dade County, Florida inyton Ave.
VICENTE B ROB
1/16-83 ? 8-3
ifGAi Nona
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaljpied, dealrlnaj to engage in
business under Ihe fi lilious name of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned. desiring to engage In
fictitious
The Florida premere of JuU-s The opera in throe acts is the
third in the current series of four
major productions to be mounts
by the Opera Guild for 1973. Lead-
ing artists of the Metropolitan
at Miami j and I-a Senla Opera are featured
and auain in tin" French opera, to be stag^l
I for the first time in Florida.
Massenet's opera "Worther," will
he present d by the Opera Guild
of Greater Miami at 8:15 p.m..
Monday, at Dade County Audi-
torium, W.Mtht'Ml iV
Beach Audito'ium,
March 17 at Dade.
16. Florida Statute*, in their offices
lu the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida this 9 day
of February. AD. 1873.
KATi: GREENBERO
DK. MARTIN GREENBERG
As Executors
Piral publication of this notice on
II 16 day "I February, 1973.
JOSEPH SCHMIER. Esquire.
Attorney for Executors
6"". Lincoln Koad. Suite 26
M ami Uea.-h. Fla.
2/1H-23 3/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKKJIY GIVEN that
th~ undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SMI-GOOD ENTERPRISES at c/0
Curtis Smith. 1301 rone- de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl >rida.
MILTi IN C QOODM VN
CURTIS SMITH
:n II,Tux C GOI IDMAN
a* orney for Sml-Good Enterprlaea
620 Blacayne Building
Miami. Fla. 0313"
2 16-23 3 2-9
MARIA A ol.ANO
2 2:: :: 2-9-16
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. 73-4680
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: the marriage of
PATRICIA ANNE BEEK
and
DANNY LEE BEEK
To: DANNY LEE BEEK
30 Oak Brook Drive No. 3
WiJIiamsvill... New York
Vnr ARK HEREBY
of Dade County. Florida.
HANCOCK INDUSTRIES. INC.
a Florida corporation
By: Lester H Yavitc, Vlce-Pres.
Nelson & Frldman. P.A.
Attorneys for
Hancock Industries. Inc.
113.". Kane Concourse
Miami Reach. Florida
2 23 3 '2-9-16
bituato
NOTICE OF AC .UN
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NQ. 73-3963
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION SILBERBLATT. Louise,
BELL. Bert. 64. of Mi! Gordon.
brodsky. Isadora, 82. of M.B.
Gordon.
CAMINEZ. Hyman. of M 1:. River-
side.
DAVIS. Sarah, of Miami. River-
side.
EHRENWORTH. Nathan. '. ol Ml:
Gordon.
GRITZHANDLER. Frames, of \\ .
Palm Reach Cordon.
KUBATSKY. Ell. 1700 Collins Ave..
M.B. Levitt
12.".:.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NOTIFIED IN RE: The Marriage of
that a petition for Dissolution of your1 DONALD S OREENLEAF. Husband
Marriage has been filed ami com-' anil
menced in this court and you ar,. re- HI'TII O. OREENLEAF, Wife
.iiiiied to serve a copy of your written
defenaea, if any. to it on Joseph
SCHMIBR, Esiiuire. attorney for Peti-
tioner, ndtose address is 60S Lincoln
Road. Suite 306. Miami R.ach. Fla.
and file the original with Ihe clerk
of the above styled court on or before
April 4. 1973: otherwlce a default will
be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS m\ hand and the seal of
Pennsylvania Ave.. M.B, Blasberg.
STEINBORN, Anna H.. B5, of M It.
New man.
weinthaub. Samuel, 33, 2'.".:: point
East Dr. N.M R. Blasberg.
SAPOLSKY. Mlllicenl, S2. at" West
Ave., M B, Riverside
ZARNETT. Max. 71. of m ii. Newman.
ZEICHNER. Max. .".*. 142" Ocean Dr..
.\l n Gordon,
tlon for Dissolution of Mar- BRODY. Abraham. <4. US'*" Abbott
been filed against you and Ave. M B Riverside
To: Hl'TH (I OREENLEAF
Route 3. Rox 4B'.'-I)
Roone. North Carolina 2Xfi"7
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an :
riage ha
said court at Miami. Florida on this' file the original with the clerk
you are required to serve a copy of, feldman. Zosa, 83. of m it New-
your writt.....lefenses, if any. to It ,., interment Mt. Nebo
on DAVID M GONSHAK. attorney riNCBKRO, Dorothy. 74. 863 Bay
for Petitioner whose address Is 1497 nr ijlasbers
V W 7th Street. Miami. Florida, and HOFFMAN. David. 76. of N.M.B,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name <>t
DIXIE GARDENS APARTMENTS at
14850 West Dixie Highway, North Mi-
ami. Florida intend* to register said
name with th. Clerk of the Circuit
Court ..I Dade County, Florida.
HANCOCK INDUSTRIES, INC
a Florida corporation
Bj Lestel H Yavltz V'ice-Pn
ii n Feldman, P A
v irneva for
ii news Industries. Inc.
i i Kane Com iui --
M n B< .. h, Pis : U
: 23 '-3-16
36 day of February. 1373
RICH \i:n P BRINKER.
As i 'lerk. Circuit Courl
Dad,- County. Florida
Bv I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
." 'Ircuil Court Seal)
J( ISEPH SCHMIER
608 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorned foi Petitioner
9-1(1 !I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY I1IVEN thai
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
M ..,CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
MARIA it DOMINOUEZ.
Plaintiff.
VS
R VMON i> : i: \n \
I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-1159
JOHN R. 8LANTON
i. HE i: t(
PUN IP KRAI'S
^.,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AIM I us Hav-
.. lm* "i Den indf Againsl P
E late:
You fled and reqiured
tu nr. rns and d. mandi
v Ii h \-u mas ha> againsl the --
at* ol Philip Kraut deceased late of
' 'ounty, Florida, to the 'In uit
"i Dade Counts and file the
In duplicate and as provided In
16 Florida Statutes In their
In the c,,unty Courthouse in for f..ur consecutive week
c,,umy. Florida within six pal- JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Street.
I'nion City, New Jersey
TO: LBONILO GUTIERREZ AND
DOI ORES DUTIERREZ.
2005 Bergen Line Avenue
I nlon City. N'ew Jel \
,TU ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
mat an action to mini. -.. a (rusi and
compel you to convei to the actual
owners the proper!) whli h o.u hold
trust th- sain.- being:
1 of 164 of John \ CAMPBELLS
,"TI,.,: 'A"MS, a......Ilngtoplw
"'-'' ........led in idat I.....k 4"
age 3|, of the Publli R< ...ids 0f
Dade Count) Florida
been filed agninsl
'tin ed to
the above styled court on or before
March 2-i. 1373: otherwise a default
will be entered against you f.r the re-
lief demanded in the complain! or
petit ion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m.v hand ami the
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 16 day of February. r7:t
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As i'lerk, i'it-uit i'ourt
i lade 'ountv, Florida
B) R M KISSES
As Deputy Clerk
" 'tr. uit Curt Seal I
lew ID .\| i;> IN8HAK
1497 N \V 7th Street
Miami. Florida .'
Attorney for Petitioner
_______ __________2 23 .1 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-5128
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till-: MARRlAi IE I IF
WILLIAM BETHEL
Husband-Petitioner
and
vou and you
your written
. to It ..,, LEE WEIS-
SENRORN attoin.y f,,
Whom address Is Suit
Building, in N E Fust Street. Miami
Florida and file II.....rlginal on the
' erk ..i court before March 88, 1873
ptherv Be hidgmenl may be en-
tered against you f..- relief demanded
to De publlahed once each w.-.k
month, from the time of the
' publication hereof. ,,r the same
W I'i b. i, Ot ed
Filed H Miami. Florida this 22nd
.1 .f February AD. 1378.
EVA RAPKE
But i. tt Rank of Miami Reach. N A.
B) Robert 11 Saltman
As Executors
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida this 12
day of February. I; 7;t
RICHARD P. BRINKER
clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: It. J. Ft Y
.____ as Denuty Clerk
LEE WEISSENRORN
First nuhllcatlon of this notice on the! Suite 401, Flagler Federal Bldg.
2nd dav of March. 1973.
Rll HARD A fiROSS
Attorneys for Executors
6"-. Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla.
3/8-3-16-23
111 N E. First St.
Miami. Fla.
(51 o|:i \ K. BETHEL
Wife-Respondent
TO OLORIA K BETHEL
l PADM< 'RE DRIVE
KINfSSTI IN. JAM A II' \
Yor. OLORIA K BETHEL, nr.
h.tei,y notified H a' ;, I', t tlon for
Dissolution ..f Mao iage has bi
againsl you and you are required in
:> ., ,.,,,! ,,( your Answei or Plead-
ing i.. said I', tition for Dissnlu
Marriag...... the Husband-Petition-
er's attorne). Ronald I. Davis Ewi .
P.A tl7 Blaca) ne Building, l!' W
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
Phoni ::7:-.2s.".l anil file the original
Vnswer or Pleading In the offlci of the
thi Plaintiff Clerk ..f the Circuit Cpurl ......t before
I01, Flagler the 12 da) of April, 1878 If you fail
to .I., so, ludgmenl by default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage
THIS NOTICE shall b.- published
oi each week for four t4 consecu-
tive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR-
IDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 1 day of March. 1373.
RICHARD IV RRINKER Clerk
Circuit Court
Dad.- County. Florida
Bv: c l> ci il'F.I AND
Denuty Cl.-rk
(Circuit Court Seal!
.____________________ 3/8-16-38-30
2/16-23 3'2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
U^Ee.NTH JnD'CIAL CIRCUIT
, CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE F DADE^OU NT? FR
,NEL^EENTHC%TDfc^rc,RPCUT,TE ^^l3BlS.V.
DADE COUNTY.
General Jurisdiction
Case No. 73-3941
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
1 RE: The Mar riage of
i ISTINI' HI GREGl iRlO.
Husband
-and-
IU( mil-: M QREGORIO

Ti Vlarlorle Dl i Iregorlo
18 Hampton pla
i" Re: The"MarriaieOfCT,ON
Ronnie fa ye porter
\\ Ife.
ami
ARTHUR HERBERT PORTER, JR.
Husband
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. 73-5184
ACTION FOR DISSOI UTION
OF MARRIAGE
New man
JACOBS. Howard E 67. of Miami.
Riverside
LIPPMAN. Walter. "7. of South Mi-
ami Rlversldi
MARCUS. Lillian It 58, of Bay Har-
bor islands Riverside.
ROSENBERG, Joseph J 68, 1441
ciiins Ave M R Blasberg
*t*J SANDERS. Hannah, 71, i"Ti ni: 166th
St Cordon interment Star of David
FREEDMAN. Sadie. 78, of M 11
New ma ii
FRIEDMAN. Martin. 76, of M B
Riverside Intermenl Mt Who
FRIMMET. Isadnre, 72, 18440 N'E 19th
Cl Riverside
FRUMKES. Jos. ph, 61. Of M B
Riverside
GLICKEL. Lillian. 76, of \ M B.
l.-Mtt
itzkowitz. Mortis, tTl s Glades
Dr.. N.M.B Levitt
JANOWITZ. R. b. i a. 72. 1507
Meridian Ave M.B Riv< rslde.
LARNER. Isadore, 16465 NE 22nd \\-
Levitt
LINKOFF. Joseph. 82 17400 \\ Dixie
ll v N \l R Gordon
RITTENBEHG. Oscar 63, 1795 Calais
Dr M R Riverside
ROCKWAY. Anna. ^^. 1833 Jefferson
A\e m it Rlversldi
ROSE, .i.-nnie. 82 of M B Riverside.
Iiiterm.-iit Mt Slnal
SHULMAN, Hyman. M. 17b"1 W
Dixie Htvv Rlvi rslde
SHUMER. Sophie, SO, SO SW 5401
Ave Newman
adelman. Ida, 84, Mil Bui lid Ave .
M B Gordon.
BILLIG. hying. 86. of M B. River-
Bide
CORNFELD David. BE. of M It Riv-
erside lnterm.nl Ml Mi >
ehrens, Ji an, 73, of Tamai
Riverside Intermenl Ml Slnal
GOLDFIELD. Mr Morris 7" V 11
Riverside Interment Mt Nebo
HORNSTEIN. Jessie, '." of Hallan-
dale. Riverside
LEVY, Samuel C 87. of MB. River-
Bide
PEVNEY. Elsie 72. of Golden Shores
Riverside
POLESHOOK. Sonia. I'.', of \t R
Riverside Interment Mt Sinai.
ROTH, l'earl I... 73. I'M:: SW 77th
Ave. Cordon
SPRING. Bath*' 1MB River-
side.
ABELSON. Sara N S3. Of M B
Riverside.
BROWN. Harriet. 72. Of Hallandal.
Levitt
GELLMAN. Rose. 7".. 1",l". Dr.-xel
A\e m r Blasberg
HFRTZ. Haiti,.. 86, of M R
Riverside.
levinE. Joseph. 81, of Holl) w.....l
Riverside Interment Mt Sinai
LEVY. Molly R., 74. f m B River-
side
GRAis. Nathan. 78, 32" Jefferson
Avt).. .M II. Levitt. Interment Mt
Sinai.
GREENBERG. Isador. of M.B. .New-
man
PACKER. Samuel. 80, of M.B.
I.eVitt
puteska. Frank, 72. of M.B.
New man
STEINBERG. Jennie. S2. 1803 Merid-
ian Aye M.B.
WEINBERG, Alice. 82. of M B. River-
side.
CARDIN. Ann. 34. a61 SW 7Hth St.
Oordon
DWORKIN. Isadore. *:. of Hallan-
dal.- Riverside.
EINZINCER. Irving. 84. 6:14 Wash-
ington Ave., M.B. Gordon. Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo.
GOLLOB. Karola. 7". of Hallandale.
Le) at.
HEIFETZ. Sarah. 72. of N.M.B. River*
svJ.
HEPPS. Ella. S4. Of .Miami River-
side Interment Mt Sinai
HERZ. Harry S 86. of M R River-
side
JULES. Joel. 1-1. 173.-. Bay Dr M B
Riverside
ARRON. Max. of M I! Newman
BANKLE. Nettie. 72. of M 11. River-
slde
COLTEN. Meyer, of Miami River-
side Interment Mt Nebo
hymson. Morris, "-v of Coral
Cables Cordon
KLEEMAN. Arthur, 66, of M.B.
Riverside
muldow. Beatrice. 84, of y M B.
PEARLMAN. Aaron 65 21"" SW
. : I Ave Miramar lordon
PURETZ. Isldori 1 >'li st .
M B Blasberg.
rubine. Anna, 80, .-f \i n Levitt.
SCHWARTZ. Louis 7".. of M P..
New man
SELengut. Benjamin. 7" of Bay
Harbor Island- Rlvei -id.
SELLERS. Harry. 78, of n m B
Rliverslde
steiner. Dlan 61. 3491 sw I
Si Gordon intermenl Star of
Da) ai
TISHMAN. Ida. 7".. 18360 NE
Ave Rlasherg
TITTMANN. Michael Allan. 1 .. if
Hnllvwood Riverside
weiss. Malverne, 95, .271 sw th
St Cordon Interment Mt Nebo
inn
eviH
Jilemoridl Cnape/
-jw/$H fustPAt o^fcrow
10CAL AfJO OUT OF STATf
AHHA'.Ct VENTS
947-2790
1338S w nimr HrtV N M.
myers. Rene, 68, 22" 180th Dr .
N.M .11 Blasberg.
NADELMAN. Sam. 66. Riverside
POSNER. Samuel. 7.".. ;"" Weal \v<
M It Blasberg
THE MARRIAGE OF JACOB TUBIS TASSELL. Hazel Mae, 80. 1241 NW
ncsitvND. I78rd Terr Gordon.
ARONOW. Marian I.. Jg, of Coral
Gables. Riverside.
BARTFIELD. Joseph. S3, of \\ Tl
P-v -rsiile
and
SADIE TUBIS, WIFE
TO: SADIE TUBIS
1 0 s .1 TOURETZKY
onYoj SbT^IED an a,- OtlPan a^i!- KiW
wmuflSfapet
IM AU M ITIB)
AMU rAUIN( n THI !
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fverjr Do, C/oird Sobbolk
140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioa.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
IUfOii; '^.m, irjf,H(
865-2353
720 StMy Hal Strut
1 /<(. Crti D, ,.
Ma.S.od,
4 GfNIHATlOMl Of M> j
courl mi .-i before 28 March, 1873;
otherwise a hidgmenl m;n be en-
tered againsl you for the relief de-
manded in th. Petition.
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal of
fjld court at Miami Florida on this
J' nay of February. If'7.1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv: L. Sneeden
_ Deputy Clerk
" 8/83 8 8-8-1
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Ibis Court on Pebruary IB 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk Of the Court
By c P COPELAND
Denutv Clerk
fl 'Ircuil Curl S.-al 1
I.HVi:\so.y RICHMAN
A Itorne.vs for Wife
tu Weal Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida .1.1130
f.in.-,i 371-IS33
1/33 .1 3-9-16
aid
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in Tin.- H--VISH I'i ol'llil \\-
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
>;irt al M'sml. Florida on ihis
,f >t-.r,-l, 1973
rich vim p BRINKER
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By t. SV|-|-. ,t\
As Denutv Clerk
ii., on c.,nrt Seal,
Mario, Starr
l" 1 inooln Rood
"r->mi Re-i-h PTnHds 33139
attorney for Petitioner
" 9-I6-S8-S0
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 $.W. 8th Street, Miami
44449J1 444-0922
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^Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Florida rriday March 9 1973
Section C
Mizrachi Women Plan
Varied March Affairs
MizracM Women's Chapters
are combining Purim celebrations
and Youth Aliyah with regular
meetings during the next few
weeks.
Avivu chapter has planned a
Youth Aliyah luncheon and card
party on Monday at noon in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bar-
kan. 330 SW 27th Rd. Funds
raised will go to the Children's
Villages in Israel sponsored by
Mizrachi Women. On March 19.
the group will hold a Purim meet-
ing at Beth David Congregation
at 1 p.m. Chapter president is
Mrs. Simon April.
Miami Beaeh chapter will mark
Purim with a meeting on Tuesday
; 1 1 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave. Rache]
Katz is president.
Rose Ehrenreich, president of
Shalom chapter, has scheduled a
Purim meeting on Tuesday at 1
p.m. in the clubroom of 100
Lincoln Rd.
Dvorak chapter has slated a
Purim luncheon for Monday,
March 19, at noon, in the card-
room of the Roney Plaza. The
program will Include a film.
"Scrolls of Leeuwarden" made in
Israel and Holland, and Jeanne
Finkelstein, g u si speaker, who is
Florida council coordinator. Mom-
prei Idium are Beatrice
Fui and Fannie Berg.
Hadur chapter will meet on
ll 12 30 p in. in the
i loldie Cohen, 801 88th St,
mi nt will feat ire Estelle
who will play Israeli
the laytatta, an Italian
flute Sarah Shan Is chapter pres-

Ruth Bressler, president of the
Business and Professional chapter,
will open the inkwell for charter
signing on Sunday, March 25. at
11 a.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral, 1133 Normandy Dr.
llntikvah chapter president
Pearl Kolko and program chair-
man Ruth Zellner have slated a
Purim package party with a Moes
Chitin contribution as admission
for March 22 at 1 p.m. at Kneseth
Israel.
A Monte Carlo night is on tap
for Chai chapter, to be held Sat-
urday, March 24. at the home of
Irene Sholk, 7365 SW 131th Terr.
On March 28 at 8 p.m.. the group
will hold a membership rally in
the home of Helen Herskowitz.
1990 SW 64th PI.
Geulii's annual sale of merchan-
dic combined with a general
meeting, will take place on Wed-
nesday, at Congregation Beth
Israel. Shirley Schiff is chairman
of the sale, and Krancinc Katz is
president,
Gail Gordon, president of Shal-
vah chapter, is featuring a tupper
wan' party in conjunction with
the next meeting on March 14 at
8 p.m. in the home <>f Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Schechtcr, 4100 Pine
Tree Dr.
i till chapter is having a
theatn party fund raising ..
are selling tickets for
: omedy, "The Pocket Watch,"
by day account of Jev Ish
life, to be perform*
the North Miami Playhouse on
March -'I at 8 p.m. and March 25
.'t :. p.m.
Soviet Jews Visit
U-M Campus For
Student Struggle
Mark and Elenora Yampolski,
two Jews recently released from
the Soviet Union, will be at the
University of Miami's Hillel Jew-
ish Student Center Friday and
Sunday.
They will appear under the
auspices of the Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry, according to
Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler, Hillel
director.
March 15 students will co-
ordinate a write-in program for
members of tne University com-
munity to solicit support of mem-
bers of the Congress in support
of the Jackson Amendment.
The Freedom of Emigration
Amendment has been introduced
in the House by Congressmen
Charles Vanik of Ohio and Wilbur
Mills of Arkansas.
Sen. Henry M. I Scoop) Jackson
of Washington introduced the
measure in the Senate, with Sen-
ators Edward J. Gurney and Law-
ton Chiles as cosponsors.
Mark Yampolski and his friends
were arrested last fall and im-
prisoned for 15 days for going to
a comm i al grave near their
home in Kiev, The group prayed
after the murder of Israeli Olym-
pians neai .Munich.
University of Miami
: the -cent na-
tional onfei em e "i the Str ig -v
Soviet Jewry in
Washington, D, C. Btan Grumrald,
local coordinator, Mike Newman
and Klara Soliosky will orj n
activity in the Greater Miami
area.
./IS ?
Max Lerner
Sees It
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NEW YORK, N.Y. Judge Joel the great characteristic art of our
J. Tyler, trying the movie "Deep time, as print and painting were in
Throat" without a jury, once re- earlier tiroes. The fact that you
marked that at any rate he was can choose to buy a movie ticket
getting an education. Evidently or not doesn't make it a private
he didn't like what he learned, art: It remains a very public one.
for he has closed down the show even more so when a film gets
with a rollicking long opinion, taken over by TV and entei "he
ending with This is one throat home via advertising or cable,
that deserves to be cut." To which
the defendant's riposte was a mar-
"Deep Throat" came into public
quee sign, Judge Cut hroat as tew** ?icce [. 5
World Mourns." bolls'11 '" 'hc s<>xual ';pvolutl our time. To see it historically ;s
I doubt whether it mourns hard, to grasp how far we have m
Not that the picture corrupted any- not only since the Mather- and
one. I saw it some time back, and John Sumner, but since D. H.
emerged no more corrupt than Lawrence's "Chatterley," J tmes
when l started. I was a little Joyce's "Ulysses," Henry Mill
dazed and, after the first half-
hour, more than a little hired.
"Tropic of Can er."
I FEAR THAT
The higher courts, reading Judge ""*" V*~' ,9p**ham''
in.' ,.- ..^i.;..,. ......' ,".. l-aw operates here: Bad hai I
Tylers explosive phrases la .
Tj' r's explosive ph
Sodom and Gomorrah none wild
before the fire." "this feast of car-
rion and squalor") might wish his
opinion more Judicious and low-
keynd. But I doubt whether they
win reverse it. for the judge
staved within the Supreme Court
guidelines.
porno, drives out good, creati
erotic art, but doesn't rep'.a
"Deep Throat" doesn't gen
"Last Tango," which came i i
route and logic of its own. It.
gene .tes "Deep Throat Two,"
ivhieh tone gathers) is nov in
production, with our he: line
I inda Lovelace" laboring in
The film was prank)', divert- again. In turn, it will prol
in.- chillingly clinical, funnier than yield to 'The Daughter ol
most other "blue movies." But a Throat,
blue movie it remained the
kind that clubs show at si
tie-, onl) a good deal more so, It
had no artistic Importance, not a
|o1 of re li : ? :ial value ; -
- ti its i of a quote
Fr< ud's hem? of sue.- -
phas< .....x lal developm


.
THK XI'B question in su<
sorship cases is where the pri-
vate becomes the public. We ire
1 to freedom in Ar
edom ol Ideas, opinions of
.-.-. )P.. Every >c ty
a > has its taboos and America Is
AJCongress Women Annual
Golden Builders Luncheon
The Louise Waterman Wise
Youth HosU 1 in Jerusalem will lie
the bens ary of funds raised at
the annual golden builders'
luncheon. Florida Women's Divi-
sion, American Jewish Congress,
which will take place Thursday,
March. 15, noon at Temple Kmanu-
El.
The afte.noon program will
feature Sara Aviani, Yemenite
singer, accompanied by Shlomo
Rabinovich, Mikki Shiff. mezzo
soprano, and Danny Tadmor,
Israel entertainer.
Israel's 25th anniversary inde-
pendence torch will be presented
to the American Jewish Congress
by Mrs. Fran Levey, chairman of
"Israel 25."
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Sol
Berlin. Helping chair the meeting
will be Mrs. Judith Tepiier, pres-
ide::!. Florida Women's Division.
Arrangi menus committee Includes:
Mesdames Joseph Albuquerque,
Jerry Cantor, Louis Elkies, Her-
man Friedman, Sam Herder,
Irving Quartin, Harry Roth, Alex
Rothschild, Charles Silvers, Jack
Slatkin, Paul Wiener.
Chapter presidents are Mrs.
Bina Barnett, Louise Wise; Mrs.
Sadie Cahn, Justine; Mrs. Roma
Fineberg, Point East; Mrs. Rose
Handros, Skylake; Mrs. Belle
Kamen, Miami. Coral Gables;
Mrs. Bertha Lewis, Mar-Len:
Mrs. Jeanne Spevaek, Holly Dale;
Mrs. Michel Wasserman. Golda
Meir; and Mrs. Henny Weiss,
Jade Winds.
Histadrut Women Slate
Rabbi Raab Wednesday

Rabbi David Raab, spiritual
leader of Beth Raphael, will be
guest speaker Wednesday at the
monthly meeting of the Marsha
Wolfstein Chapter of the Women's
Council of Histadrut. The noon
luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel in
Miami Beach is open to the pub-
lic, according to Mrs, Phil ShaL
president of the auxiliary of the
Lsrael Histadrut Council of South
Florida, but reservations are nec-
essary.
A book review on "My Name Is
Asher Lev." by Chahn Potok, will
be gi-ren by Rabbi Raab, who has
been an active leader for Hista-
drut, larael Bonds and other or-
ganizations aiding the State of
Israel.
Mrs. Morris Kogan and Mrs. Al
Kirson are-reservations chairmen.
Tickets also may be secured at
the Histadrut office.
The Women's Council this year
is raising money for the Israel His-
tadrut Fund, which enables thou-
sands of Israeli youngsters to at-
tend general or vocational high
schools. Free education in Israel
ends after the ninth grade.
Kinneretz Chapter Marking
Purim at Sunday Meeting
Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will celebrate Purim at
their meeting, Sunday at 1 p.m.
in the Washington Federal Bank,
1133 Normandy Dr.
The program will feature Dvora
Dworkin, who will give a talk on
Purim. and Paul Yanofsky and his
mandolin.
Soviet Girl Fights
To Go To Israel
A moving statement by a
14-year-old Jewish girl in Moscow
has been n leived In this country,
and released this week by the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry. In the statement Maiia
Temkina. daughter "f Alexander
Temkin, a noted mathematician,
passionately declared her desire
to go to Israel with her father.
Earlier her father had received
permission to leave, but refused
to go without his daughter. She
was denied permission by Soviet
emigration authorities.
Last week, the father and
daughter were separated when
Mr. Temkin was picked up and
arrested. Marina was taken to an
undisclosed Soviet Institution for
children on the outskirts of Mos-
cow. Alexander is presently await-
ing trial on charges of "insulting
the militia," when they took
away his daughter.
In her appeal Marina stated: "I
want to go to Israel very much.
I have been dreaming of this foi
long and I shall never give this
up, no matter how they threaten
me and no matter how they force
me to forget this. I want very
much to go to my Homeland with
my papa whom I love very much.
"Now something terrible is
menacing me: they want to de-
prive me of my papa. My papa
and I are Israeli citizens. I am
wearing a Magen David the
ancient symbol of my people.
Everyone must understand that I
am not a Soviet schoolgirl but
an Israeli girl. Help us; I beg you
very much! In two days it might
be too late."
"" "."., m i -iiat socie
confuse the comr, raally libertin. ,.,.... fo snoop into priva
the an -.; : lertarian. ,. ,SI,.f ,,,..
ii\r nnMii' e/>vital nvh'hit
The producers may wrap the Hon. But we have
selve in the flag ol freedom, b I '' ''" '' '' '
I ,., ether they have > -i Hits can practice In ;>
cpt the chance 1 "' cannot practice In i
ont nue making whopping pro'- '' provided no one Is vlctl
its We mm e careful not ..... ,.._ ,ha, .,., .
va1
mean fre
for | ub : S \u.il exhibitions.
WITH A FILM like "Last Tango between consenting : ,:-
in Paris." most critics agree that outrage the large majority i
it reaches brvond the erotic and pie. and make them feel surro
marks a phase in the development ed and besieged. The except*
of film as an art. Any < ffort to to this haw to stake out I
ban it would involve us in a real ;1- exceptions by a e
-. of censorship. With "Deep esthet'c anf nhilosophical
Throat tlvre was only the qui "' ;,> bein : linked with exploi iti -n
tion of whether it is socially better hich Is Important to the soi i -ty.
to place limits around hard-core ___.
Blue movies have been made and
pornography or ignore it as a K,,i:.hI fl)1. yeaTSc very much in
nuisanc. that will eventually find ,.,.,,,. and have taken their
its boredom level, as many hard- chancos ^y, the ]ax,. i don'- :--
core pornographic paperbacks have ganJ thi, (.ffor, to makc thom rear.
done- *ular. public fare as a great liber-
But there is a difference be- tarian project Before T break a
tvveen film and pai>erbacks which, >i>ear for an endangered film. I
after McLuhan, we cannot ignore, want to know that it belongs witth
Each of the media has its own Lawrence, Joyce and Miller ir
brand of vibrancy, persona] im- even within hailing distance it"
pact, social consequences. Eilm is them.
Some of the committee members who are planning the Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood Shalom to Spring donor luncheon to
be held on March 21 at the f$en Roc Hotel. Seated (left to
right) Mrs. William I. Brenner, cochairman, and Mrs, How-
aid Novell, Sisterhood president. Standing (left to right)
Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Martin Wasserman, Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub, adviser to the committee, Mrs. Thomas Green
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Dr. Narot Ends Series
Temple Israel of Givat.-r Miami's
GreenfieH Mull Institute con-
cludM H- sixth annual aeaaon Sun-
day at 10 am. Dr. Joseph Narot
the tempie'i Minor rabbi will pro-j
vide a summary of the series an,-.
open a dtocussion on -Has our Lec-
ture Series Helped your" JeWBh
td< ntlty?"
Friday, March 9, 1973
HKNOi K I.1KBKKMAN
Art Presentation Made
At Chassidic Festival
Heno k Ueberman, worid re-
nowned artist, will she one of his
- I work* to Mr and Mrs.
^.. .-'< 1 Hirs t< c.........orate
the runs life partners ol
1 Lubavitcher Movement The
ceremony wil be held during the
C tic Mi sic Festival which
tarts at 8 "" p.m on Saturday in
f'.;.. i Auditorium
Mr '. ;...... -':- I ai' at
the L'niversit) I Moscow He :. :'t
Russia I ring W01 Id War II
ri now lives in New York He
has had numerous shows, both in
L'nited States and foivi.cn
countries ind his paintings hang
> pi :\. 1:i- col ec 1 ions and
. He is noi irks
R .- dan Shti 1 1 life and
I : lyi ind perform-
ing ituals
......esti> al
a .'' r youth wi I
Beth '.-
gogue on Miami Beach
Cochaii m ol the festival are
S ssin and Leonard '
bciI '> lay leaders.
The teeth il will feature Eli
Lipsker and 25 Chasaidk singers
and dancers, and Berele Zartman,
:$idic folk singer
Opera Guild Schedules
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Goldberg Praises Senate's Action On Genocide Pact
By Special KVport
NEW YORK Former Supreme ;
Drawing plans for; the testimonial Temple Beth Moshe will
give Charles Weissman at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
April 7 are lrom (left to right) Jack Perelman, Mrs. David
Stark, Herbert Lelchuck and Mike Kolodny. Rabbi Joseph
A. Gorfinkel, spiritual leader of the congregation, is seated.
A champagne breakfast held at the Mutiny Club at Sail-
boat Bay on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division 1973 CJA-IEF campaign resulted in a 91
per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's cam-
paign. Shown (from left) David Schaecter, guest speaker;
Mrs. David Schaecter, hostess, and Mrs. Lewis Silberman,
hostess. The breakfast was underwritten by Sailboat Bay
cwner-developer Burton Goldberg.
Miami National Bank is participating in the U.S. Depart-
ment of Commerce's "Export Promotion Multiplier" pro-
gram. From (left to right) Roger LaRoche, director of the
Commerce Department's field office in Miami, presented a
certificate to Roy Talmo, president, and Robert Henderson,
vice president-international, acknowledging Miami National
Bank's work in the program. The program was initiated to
develop stronger export activity of the United States._________
V
A breakfast held recently for the residents of Seacoast Tow-
ers East on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 CJA-IEF campaign resulted in a 60 per cent increase
over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from
left) Mrs. William Einhom, Attorney Richard Essen, guest
speaker, and William Einharn, 1973 CJA-IEF" Seacoast Tow-
ers East chairman.
bor States.
Justice Goldberg expressed con- j
fidence that the Senate leadership |
would brinR the Convention before I
the Senate for a vote early in this
session.
He pointed to the fact
Huph Scott.
53 Senators,
had lie (n s: ;: I by
i
the Foreign Relations Committee
This, he said, demon-' !
strong support from both political
parties lor consideration and ap-
'"** rprovhl ^f this measure by the
that thej
Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg,
Chairman of the Ad Hoc Commit- ]
tee on the Human Rights and
Genocide Treaties, this week ap-
plauded the unanimous action by
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee in approving the 22- i hi"1 :"'"',, s" Promptly in report-
.,._, ling out the trcatv and also noted
year-old Genocide convention. It llu a hi.!)artisan u,Uor lnitiated
has been in force since 1953 and [by Senators Frank Church, Wil- dorsed by Presidents Tinman,
has been ratified by 75 U.N. mem-' liam Proxmire, Jacob Javits and | Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon
Senate.
Justice Goldberg added
U.S. ratification had been en
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+Jei$i> ncjriati&jn
Friday, March 9
M.B. Hadassah Groups
Set Youth Aliyah Events
Jit ibpwn. -Mrs. Hannah Fried-
man will preside.
Israeli Group ill meet at the
- Hotel on Monday, al noon
for a snack luncheon. Mrs. Esthei
Meyers will preside.
Mt. Scopus Oroop will meel on
Monday at 12:45 p.m. at 5 Island
\ve. The film, "Now Their Horn.'
is [srael." will lie shown, Mrs.
Miami It, ,,, |, < hupter of Hatliiw-
ah Groups are holding meetings
on the following dates.
Morton Towers will meet on
Monday, at the American Savings
3L'0O Lincoln-ltd, at 11:30 a.m. A
Purim program will be presented
along with coffee and cake. The
film, "Now Their Home Is Israel.'
will be shown. Mrs. Philip Houtz
will preside.
Renanan Granp will meet on Clarence Freedman will preside.
Monday, at noen ai the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prince, 7553
B i ann r Ave.. Treasure Island
In honor of Youth Aliyah, an Is-
raeli musical will be presented by
Mrs. David Raab. Mrs. Saul Breeh
vill preside.
Forte Towers will meet on Mon-
day, at 1 p.m. in the 1200 West
Ave. auditorium, EUfreda Solis
Cohen will speak on "Henrietta
Szold, Mother of Youth Aliyah."
[man will preside. 9
Group '* ill have a
h Balmoral H'tei./J
Baj Harbor
luncheon at th<
on Monday, at 11:30 a.m. The
film. "Now Their Home U Is-
rael," will be shown. Mrs. Joseph
S ;hei l "ill preside.
Working to complete details of an exhibition deigned
to "Judaism Throuqh the Arts" are members of a Bath Sho-
lorn committee: Mesdames David Drucker, Jack Hartley
Albert Greene, Julius Ser and Meyer Kotler. The exhibi-
tion will open the weekend of March 9, and continue throuqh
March 29. Other members of the committee are Mesdames
William Alper, Royal F. Jonas, Samuel Leiner, Anna Miller
Leonard Miller, A. Lawrence Rose, Harry B. Smith. Ted
Bcdin, Marvin Marx, Irvinq Miller, Morton Robinson Wal-
ter G. Sail, Howcrd Slotnick and Lewis Zorn.
MAKIIYH UMfNH
Marilyn Berliner
Hannah Sanesrh will have Its -, .. .
Youth Aliyah luncheon on Tues-l^ll"i CVftlOft .-1
day, at the Ed?n Roe Hotel. Mrs I ftpfJi f)fH'j(J
A Purim program bv the "Meio- Louis Dweir will be chairman of
dies" with Isabelle Heller. Sadye
Padrlen and Jen Rosenberg will
be presented. Rose Godlin is pro-
gram chairman. Mrs. Jules Lcssem
will preside.
Kiiutih Lazarus will meet for
lunch ai noon on Monday at Holi-
day Inn ai 87th and Collins Ave.
A Purim program will be pre-
sented. Mrs, Henrietta Fine will
Kadiniah Group wi'l have a
Youth Aliyah luncheon on Mon-
day, in lb. 51 [hi room of the
Porol Hotel. Mrs. Lou'- Neleber
i
i.iix-oin Group '.v i". meet Mon-
day, in the club room of 100 Lin-
c "A Purim Seu lah has been
planned. Mrs. Pan Liflin will pre-
side.
SouChgate Group will meet in
thi terrace room of the Southgate
Towers on Monday at 1 p.m. Mrs.
Edith Jacobaon, education chair-
man of the Miami Beach Chapter
the day. Bob Newkirk will enter-
tain with rongs accompanied by
Marilyn Berliner of Coral
Gables, a former New York City
art teacher, will display her art
Sally l.a/ar Mrs Barnett Baron: ,. .
J work on Sunday m Beth Davd
will preside. Congregation's board room at
Triton Towers will hold its 7:30 p.m.
The exhibit is mson I
by the Fine Arts Committee of
Beth David Congregation, and is
open to the public.
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Youth Aliyah luncheon at the)
Eden Roc Hotel on Wednesday.
at noon. Entertainment with Ed-
ward Klein and Co. Co-chairmen}
are Frances Levenson and Anne
Hertzenberg. Mrs. Morris Wina-
wer will pros i le
Kttdir Cantor Group will have
its Youth Aliyah luncheon Thurs-
day, March l"1 at the Fontaine-'
bieau Hole!. Trudy Lawrence will
be mistress of ceremonies with the
"Luconto Boys" highlighting the
entertainment, Mrs. Shirley Green
will preside.
s-oiithirate Group will have its
Mrs. H. rliner graduati 1
Hunter College in New York with
a Ba< hclor ol Arts di p ee al ti i
majoring in art and art history,
While attending the New V rh
University Graduate School of Art
Education. Mrs. Berliner taught
art in the public schools. She also
attended the Traphagen School ol
| Fashion Design in New York, and
received further art training at
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er. Mrs. Shirley Kaine will pre-
side.
Henrietta Scold will meet on
Monday, at the Algiers Hotel at
no n for a luncheon. The film.
Their Home I- Israel." Will
Thursday. March 15 at the Ed< n Author of several children's
Roc Hotel. Mrs. Frances Rosen- j illustrated art books, Mm. Berliner j
berg ill be chairman of the day.
with .Mrs. Shirley
in.
- serving as president of the
| South Florida Chapter of the
Hunter College Alumni Assn.
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Hebrew U. Women Gain
68 Life Members Here
A p,oa] of 100 lifo members set
by the Creator Miami Women's
Division of the American Friends
of the 11. brew University has
h>\ n two-thirds attained. Mrs
Leon Km riL-.li reported Wednes-
day.
Mrs. Kronish, president of the
Hebrew University o! Jerusalem
unit, said the women are working
as a committee of hostesses for
the National Tribute Dinner
March 21 at the Eden Roc Hotel
honoring Sen. Hubert II. Hum-
phrey.
A planning session was held at
the Imperial House, with partici-
pants including Mrs. Mildred Hor-
owitz, women's chairman in Chi-
cago fui I he American Friends.
Mrs Anita Hearshen, national
director pus program of the American
Friends. Introduced Mrs. Horowitz
ami reported on progress of the
Hebrew University projects on
Mi. Scopus.
Mrs Kronish liste 1 67 life mem-1
bers as Mis. Joseph I. Anton. Mrs.'
Charles Charvowsky, Mis. Ida i
Coopti. Mrs. Lillian Dubowy, Mrs
Leon .1.'-' Mrs Jerrold Goodman,
Mrs. Nathan E. Greenberg, Mrs.
Walter Gruenberg, Mrs. Henry
Harsch, Mrs. seph G. Kofrnan,
Mrs. Mai ice L. Kutz and Mrs
Max i.. i inc.
Msa Mr*. Jenny Lundy, Mrs.
Myer Mintz, Mi-- Ruth Flait Mrs
I.eo Robii -on. Mrs. Harry Rothen
berg, Mia Betty Schaffer, Mrs
Irving Schaffzin, Mrs. Rena J.
Stein, Mrs. Philip F Thau. Mrs.
Harold Thunnan, Mrs. Nathan
Urovaky, Miss Miriam Vernick,
Mrs. Ell Welner, Mrs Ida Weasel,
Mrs, Helen Winarick, Mrs. So-
phie Wolson and Mrs. Morris
Mill"'.
Al>o Mrs. Herman Kaufman.
Mrs. Frank Fierson. Mrs. Kate
Meidenberg, Mr*. Jacob Katzman.
Mrs. David Ponve, Mrs. Jack S.
Popkk, Mrs. Clara Denner, Mrs.
jean Harrison. Mrs. Mortimer
May. Miss Esther Goodman. Mrs.
Joseph George Kofman and Mrs.
Abraham I. Topol.
ALso Mrs. Maximilian FeMstein,
Mis. A. Harold Murray. Mrs. Ida
G. Wernick. Mrs. Fannie Krmple,
Mrs. Ely Malin. Mrs'Trtioy Ram-
erschlaK. Mrs. Frieda Cohen. Mrs.
Philip Zwiling, Mrs. Ruth G.
Fauer. Mrs. Sara H. Gould. Mrs.
Irene F. Gurney and Mrs. Her-
bert Lowcnstein.
Also Mrs. Saily Koppel. Mrs.
Addic Himmel, Mrs. Margaret Er-
slein, Mrs. Nancy Weiss. Mrs. Jo-
seph Fishman, Mrs. Morton Fish-
man. Mi's. Meyor Resnick, Mrs.
Benjamin Rappaport. Mrs. Myer
Harris, Mrs. Regina Richard, Mrs.
Bella Stein. Mrs. Jane Rottenberg.
Mrs. Jennie Cohen and Mrs. Har-
riet Hammel.
Miami Beach Swastika Ban
Ruled Unconstitutional
Circuit Court Judge Grady
Crawford has struck down a
Miami Beach city ordinance as
unconstitutional that bans the
! wearing of swastikas or Com-
munist insignia.
The Dade judge ruled that the
weafTnty-ftT an arm barid *as a
! political symbol is a right pro-
: tected by the Constitution."
His decision overturned the con-
', viction in Miami Beach municipal
court of Matt Koehl. leader of an
i American neo-Nazi party.
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Friday. March 2, 1973
Golden Builders Luncheon
. Proceeds For Youth Hostel *
The annual "Golden Builders' ". clubs. Shj> will be accompanied by
hincheon sponsored by the Florida | Shlomo Rabinovich. one of the
Women's Division, American Jew wor'd's greatist accordionists, who
is also an outstanding composer
i and arranger.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Sol
Berlin. The luncheon arrangement.*
committee includes the Mesdames
Joseph Albuquerque. Jerry Cantor
Louis Klkies. Herman Fried-iian.
Sam Herder. Irving Quaitin. Harry
Roth, Alex Rothschild. Charles Sil-
vers, Jack Slatkin and Paul
Wiener.
For reservations and further in-
formation, contact Mis. Sol Ber-
lin, luncheon chairman, or the of-
fice of the American Jewish Con-
gress, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Temple Emanu-El Election,
Dinner-Dance Sunday Night
. .. ._. _.*_..* ,yi nr Irvine Lehrman. rabbi. Carol Greenberg. president o
Shctrmo Rabinovich & Sara Avlani
ish Congregation proceeds of
which go to maintain the Louise
Waterman Wise Youth Hostel In I
Jerusalem will take place at j
noor Thursday, March 15. at Tem- j
pi. Emanu-El, 1701 Washington!
Avi Miami Beach. ,
Thi Louis<> Waterman Wise,
Yout Hostel in Jerusalem serves!
as citizenship training and an
center where Moslem, Christian I
and Jewish youth meet for friendly I
dia i u dedicated to understand-
ing thi meaning and promise of
farai
Featured on the afternoon pro-
gram Will be Sara Aviani, Israel's j
Itaddng Yemenite singer, who has I
per!o:-med throughout the world i
in < i certs, theatres and night-'
Red Cross Seeks
Dade Volunteers
The Dade County Chapter of
the American Red Cross is observ-
ing National Red Cross Month
with a volunteer recruitment
drive throughout March.
Red Cross offices are now scat-
tered throughout the area, serving
the Upper Keys, Homestead.
Mode] City, the Latin community
and all parts of Greater Miami.
Chapter headquarters arc at 5020
Biscayne Blvd.
More than -1.000 Dade residents
already have enrolled as volun-
teers, and 900 more are sought for
as little as four hours work a
week,
If you can talk with people,
teach a class, drive, type, file, sew
a help in other ways, your serv-
ices are needed. Red Cross volun-
teers recently served in the liver-
supplies for Nicaragua earth-
supplies for Micaragua earth-
quake victims and in providing
food and shelter for elderly vic-
tims of a Miami Beach fire.
ISRAEL
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth ol Israel, has been pre-
pared lor this and other member papers ol the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment ol Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
Annual election and installation
I of officers of Temple Emanu-
Kl will highlight the Miami
Beach synagogue's dinner-tiance
Sunday night in the Friedland
Ballroom of the congregation,
1701 Washington Ave.
A 6 p.m. reception will precede
the 7 p.m. banquet, according to
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
ident. Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi,
and Samuel N. Fried land, chair-
man of the board, will join Judge
Shapiro in reporting on the state
ol the synagogue.
Plans for the March 18 Purim
Carnival and Bazaar, scheduled
March 18 beginning at noon on the
grounds of the Lehrman Day-
School, were announced by Mrs.
Labor Zionists Slate Rivlin
For CJA-IEF Purim Lunch
With more than $13,500 already
pledged at an advance gifts meet-
in-' tor its leadership, the annual
Purim Seudah luncheon of the
Tiaim Weizmann Branch of Far-
Ql'IZ TWENTY
1. Who are the Neturei Karta < literally the guardians of
- city? i
2. Who elects the President of Israel? For how long? Can
; be reelected?
3. Who are the "Bnai Israel?"
4 Name three mountains in Israel mentioned in the Bible.
5. In addition to the Jordan River, mention one other river
li Israel,
?5. Whose heroic name is associated with Tel Hai?
7. Name at least four great empires which controlled Eretz
I in the past. _
S. Why is Latrun important?
9. "Next year in Jerusalem" is a phrase used on what
< cessions?
10. What was "Exodus 1947?"
Answers to the above queattoiiH will be found upside down
below. Eight right answers will Indicate a good knowledge of
Israel, Six questions answered correctly is passing. Cheek the
Bimvera to see how well you scored.
QUIZ TWENTY ANSWERS
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Judge Kogan
Will Speak
For Farband
Judge Zev W. Kogan. president
of the JNF Southern Region will
address members of the Chaim
Weizmann Branch of the Farband
Labor Zionist Order Wednesday
night.
He will si>eak on "The New
Nixon U.S. Policy Towards
China and Russia" at the 7:30
p.m. meeting at Washington Fed-
eral's community room, 1234
Washington Ave.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
Weizman Branch, will preside at
the Wednesday session, which is
tree and open to the public.
Entertainment program has been
arranged by Rose Abels and Ber-
nard Furman. Ben Singer will
give a recitation. Vocalist Regina
Beilin and soloist Samuel Heifitz
will be accompanied by Helen
Skulnick.
Members of the I.abor Zion-
ist Alliance, including the Far-
band and Poalc Zion, who have
moved to Greater Miami and have
not yet affiliated with a local
branch, are urged to attend.
Silberman,
Levy Slated
By Academy
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion vice presidents Harry
(Happy) Levy and Morton Silber-
man will be special guests at the
March 15 pre-Purim Seudah at
the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alex-
ander S. Gross.
The 7:30 p.m. event is designed
to acquaint leaders of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy with the
Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
paign. Rabbi Gross is principal of
the Hebrew Academy, a benefici-
ary agency of the Federation.
Myron J. Brodie, executive vice
president, also will take part in
the Seudah. along with Irving
Firtel. Miami Beach attorney and
president of the school.
band in behalf of the CJA-IEF
will be held March 18 at the A
gicrs Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin hosted |
the preliminary reception for the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation -
CJA-IEF campaign.
Ambassador David Rivlin, Is-
rael's consul general in New York
who was enthusiastically received
at the Histadrut Foundation's Mid-
Winter Conference, will be the spe-
cial uest at the March 18 lunch-1
eon, Mr. Lfvin announced.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national j
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil ol America and rabbi of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, and Myron Bio lie
executive vice president of Fe 1
nation, will address the meeting
of Labor Zionist supporters ':
the United Jewish Appeal.
Mr Levin, national vl e presi
dent of the Israel Histadrul Foun-
dation and chairman of the re-
cent Israel l.otul- I.abor Zionist
Unner, stressed thi urgent needs
of the CJA-IEF both in Israel and
at home.
Others who addressed the spe-
cial gifts meeting included Jaaob
Goren, Southeastern director of,
the Israel Government Tourist Ol
fice; Flchanan Segal, regional
manager for El Al Israel Air'ines,
and Gerald Schwartz., pasl presi-
dent of the Zionist Council of
South Florida.
Sender Kaplan, representative
of Federation and former honor-
ar> consul of Israel in Cuba, de-
scribed his participation in a re-
cent L'.IA mission and the record
immigration of Soviet Jews.
Carol Greenberg, president of the
sitonsoring PTA.
She said the event, to be held
at the North Shore branch of
Temple Emanu-El. 727 77th St
will be the largest such celebi *
tion in Miami Beach for the lit!.
consecutive year with rules
booths, food and variety items on
tap.
Named as cochairmen for the
Purim Carnival and Bazaar wen?
Mrs. Jerome Uffner. Mrs. Richard
Schwarz. Mrs. Morris Bickey,
Mrs. Paul Slovin. Mrs. Armando
Gerstel, Mrs. Albert Levy, Mrs
Scott Lipner and Mrs. Irving
Karp.
The Temple Emanu-El 49ei =
will hold their annual Purim Parts-
March 19 in Sirkin Hall, with
president Irving Schatzman an i
chairman Nat Friedman making
arrangements.
Advance reservations fi>:
March 28 performance b.. San
i.cvenson. concluding artist ol I
annual Forum Serii
heaviest in the c .-: gal
history.
Judge Irving Cypen. chaii
of the adult education program
said a limited number ol ticket*
for lx>th adults and students is
available at the temple nffi,-e Mr
Levenson will both report on th
current state of Jewish humor and
give a demonstration ol its con-
tent in the 1970s
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Friday, March 2. 1973
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Page 7-C
Blasberg Leads Board Meet.
[.arrie S. Blasberg. president of
Jewish Funeral Directors of
America, presided at a board
meeting in Dallas last week of
Die national organization.
Mr. BJasfcerg, dirgcutf of the
p, isberg Funeral Chai*'i on Nor-
mandy Isle, also leii a panel dis-
cussion on "Explaining Death to
I Iren."
Some 60 board members and
their wives took part in the dis-
,~ ssion which was moderated by
fj .rge Goodstein. attorney for
; i~so Mr. Bla>trg said that he had
ID
felt for many years that children
should be shielded from the final-
ity of death of loved ones, but
that he had changed his thinking
when he had to explain death to
his own three children.
He reported that there was
both agreement and disagreement
with his presentation, but that the
board agreed that children must
face the reality of death so as not
to magnify fear.
The three-day meeting at the
Fairmont Hotel heard Mr. Blas-
berg's summary of association
activities since his recent election.
Channel 4 To Air Story
Of Miami Mezzo-Soprano
A 30-minute film on the life and
career of Miami mezzo-soprano
Joy Davidson, a leading member
of the N'ew York City Opera and
la Scala Opera, will be presented
on "Montage" Saturday at 7 p.m.
on WTVJ Channel 4.
The film was produced by WTVJ
during the three-week period prior
to fcnd durir:? Miss Davidson's
five appearances as "Carmen" with
the Opera Guild of Greater Miami
last month. Miss Davidson also
provides narration and a personal
glimpse of the way she balances
her career and family life.
From left to right (seated) are Mrs. Jack Rafalove, epic
chairman, Mrs. Theodore Zalles, chairman of the day, and
Mrs. Fritzi Leit, ticket chairman, for the School of Engineer-
ing luncheon sponsored by Women's American ORT, South-
eastern Florida Region, on March 14 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Mrs. George Steam will be honoree at the affair,
and Burdine's will present the "Fete de Soleil" fashions.
s.s. Canberra announces
a free Caribbean cruise for
one of your kids.
$350* *350* $00
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Now you can take a child of yours who's under 12 on a
Caribbean cruise, free. Which is a pretty good price. AB
the rest of your children under 12 can come along for $50
apiece. Which is also a pretty good price. It s available on
the s.s. Canberra's March 26th cruise from Port Ever-
gladCIfs a great way to see the Caribbean and see your
family, all at the same time. And it just might be cheaper
than leaving them home. /-u,.0
Your kids will be well taken care of on s.s. Canberra
There a playroom, a paddle pool and a nursery with
nanny and nurse... and some of the most fascmatine
islands to sec in the Caribbean.
For you. there are two great restaurants, three pools,
more open deck space than any passenger ship afloat,
Zre Sc room than the France, more staterooms than
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vJewist tkrktiar
Friday. March 9. 1973
Rabbi Walkin to Officiate
At Kosher Passover Cruise
Sailing from New York on April
16 on its traditional "Kosher for
Patsover^^^rui-s.." I ho Greek
Line's flagship, the Queen Anna
Maria, will he calling at San Juan.
San .Thomas, Aruba and Curacao,
during the 11-day voyage. It will
return to New York on April 27.
"With the entire ship Kosher
lor Passover, the traditional cruise
will he dedicated to the faithful
observance of Passover, with the
whole family together for the on-
tin holidav," notes Rabbi Samuel
Walkin, vice president of the
I'nion of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United States and Canada, who
will officiate throughout the
cruise.
The Sdorim will be conducted
with full adherence to tradition
holiday services in the synagogue
with rabbi and cantor, and gour-
met Passover meals prepared iri
the Queen Anna Maria's kitchen.-'
under strict rabbinical super-
vision And this "holiday of edu-
cation," says Rabbi Walkin. "will
also relieve the lady of the house
r>i the many hours ol preparation
for Passover, while giving her n
v, -earned vacation.
''Passover," stated Rabbi Wal-
kin, "i.s the traditional occasion
for family gatherings and re-
unions and many families are eon-
vinced that the special Passover
Ise, coinciding with the school
holidays, ideally fulfills their re-
ligious and vacation needs."
Throughout the cruise. Rabbi
Walkin will lx> assisted by two
is and eight mashgichim.
Special rates are being offered
by the Greek Line for children.
All-inclusive prices for adults
i ft Hi; $450 to $765 per per-
son, based on double occupancy.
subject to prior sale.
'hestras, and a full program of
uiluial activities.
Three of the ports of call. St.
Thomas, Aruba and Curacao, in
dditlon to magnificent shopping
areas, are also rich in Jewish tra-
lition. St. Thomas, in the US
Virgin Islands, has the second
ildest Jewish Synagogue under
the American flag and has had
leveral Jewish governors. Aruba. i
i Dutch island, claims Moses Levy
Madura as its first white settlor.
He arrived in 17(14 from the Jew- ',
ish community in nearby Curacao. \
which has the oldest Synagogue in I
the Western Hemisphere. Mikve
srael, erected in 1732. San Juan.
flyman Posner
To Be Honored
At Ner Tamid
Charles Goldstein, president of
l\ rcple Ner Tamid. has announced
that in conjunction with the 15th
annual temple banquet on March
25, Hyman Posner will i>c honored
I as "Man of the Year."
Mr. Posner, originally from
Washington. D.C.. has been af-
filiated with Ner Tamid for the
past eight years. He will bo cited
lor "devotion to the synagogue In
his capa.i'y as ambassador at
large." Mr. Posner is a mem!>or of
largo. Mr, Posner is a member of
the hoard of trustees, and a past '
membership chairman.
Mr Posner and his wife. Los.
have two married daughters and
five grandchildren all of whom
A recent North Dade parlor meeting held on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Division 1973
CJA-1EF campaign resulted in a 130 per cent increase over
the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left)
Mrs. Leonard Grossman: Mrs. Herbert Dolgoff; Mrs. Howard
Ullman; Mrs. Salmon Bader, 1973 CJA-1EF North Dade cam-
paign coordinator, who spoke at the event, and Mrs. Alvin
Cawn hostess.
n Puerto Rico, has a largo Jewish ( "'ill be present for the tribute.
community.
Details for the Passover cruise
are available from leading travel
agents or the Crook Line office.
Sephardic Group
Nam fs Miam inn
National Veep
Everything aboard the 26.300
ton fully air-conditioned and sta-
bilized Qmen Anna Maria has
r. ., planned. Greek Line officials
point out, for the passenger's
ire and relaxation, from the
ir conditioned staterooms to
magnificent lounges and public
rooms, sun-drenched decks (ideal,!
for the traditional after-meal Israeli flllll Ull IV
Mrs. Stanley "I.illiane Lev!)
Winn of Miami has lx>en elected
a national vice president of the
newly established American Seph-
ardic Federation. She will serve
wth Prof. Daniel Elazer of Phil-
adelphia, president, and Halm S.
Eliachar of Wellesley, Mass..
hairman ol the board.
Mati Ronen of New York was
appointed executive director of
the ASF. The federation dedicates
itsolt to the revitili/ation of
Sephardic culture and heritage in
the United States and the world
It also seeks to aid the under-
privileged population of Israel
through direct and material as-
sistance to her Sephardic citizens.
Mr. Ronen, a third generation
Sabra Of Moroccan origin who
lives in Jerusalem, was sent to the
U.S. as a special emissary of the
World Sephardic Federation and
the World Zionist Organization.
Mrs. Winn is a Moroccan who
came to the V. S. 10 years ago
to work for the I'nited Nations.
Mount Sinai Adds Doctors
Mount Sinai Medical Center ol
Dr. Kahn. formerly on Mount
i Sinai's Department of Pediatrics
staff, is the unit's now director of
walki indoor and out-door swim-
ming pools, sauna and gymnasium
to a full series of activities for
on and teenagers, baby sit-
i services, first-run films in the
dm ma, night club entertainment,
ng to three different or- !
An Israeli movie. "Rendezvous
With Youth," will hi' shown on
Ch, 2. Wednesday at 6 p.m. The
fi'm is produci d and directed by
Jewish National Fund, and will
show its work in Israel, by chil-
'eti and adults,
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Sunday Bazarrnival
Aliyah Group of Hadassah will
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Kendaltown Clubhouse, 10333 S\V
Ttith St., in the parking lot. on
Sunday. March 25. from noon to
1 p.m. Rain date will be April 1.
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-Jenist rh-tidliitn
Page 9-C
|Elections Of New Slates
On JWV Agendas
irunt-rtt of Florida. T.;YnV<"
jliary, Jewish War Veterans
b \f ami Broward will hold
[fo lowing (unctions:
i>li.rt K. I'ran/.hliHi I 11 will
a board meeting Wednesday,
!.m., at Temple Israel of
liar. Marion Moskowitz will
I.
|iii ray Solomon 243 auxiliary
i members will \i^it the
n they have 'adopted' it
,, Training Center Sunday.
ki mil Beach MOi Bessie Gibber,
I pn sident, il! hold an
tts night' Thursday. March
s 15 pin. Shr will present
n l chairmen with <-ita-
and sen ice pins. The auxil-
uts a1 the American Legion
18th and Alton Rd.
[orth Shore *>^* will ho'd elec-
r- on Wednesdaj it
Normandy Isle Washington
lialeah-Mlanil Springs 681s
omen's service chairman,
m Grossman, and volunteers,
\i-it th Homestead Air Force
Hospital on Thursday eve-
ind serve refreshments to
Tits, hospital stall and visit-
lb- HorrowNs 68! will hold in-
nation of i ">7:;-T-l officers on
I lav it 8 l.") p.m. They meet
MT NE 19th PI. Justine Ab-
iit/ >.)-' d.'-iait'iviit nresi-
denl v\Ml serve as insTallinp: otfficei
Harry ||. < ohen SurMrte-B.il
Harbor n will hold a
party for patients ,,f the VA Hos-
pital Saturday from 7 to 8:30
p.m. Hospital chairman Lillian
Kevoe, assisted hy Ruth Spiesel,
'Mil !" in charge Ol refreshments
On Thursday, department senioi
vice presidi nl Shirley Tra i h
will install the following slate ..f
ncu'v elected offl ers: Lillian i-
u"'. president; Sarah Tillman
senior vice president; Ida Fox
Junior vice president; Anna Horn
bai on; Jean Parkas, conduc-
tress; Violet .la oiison. patriotic In-
structor; Gilda Mend Ison, histor-
ian: IdaG ildberg. guard, and Belle
Zahorski, treasurer.
Colonel David Marcus 7tfi: De-
partment president Lillian Schoon
will Install l!'7.;-7i president Flor-
enee Wrona and new officers on
Saturday evening at the Washing-
ton Federal, NE 163rd St.
Israeli Hop At
Beth Sholom
On March 17
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will hold it.s annual ferael
hop. on Saturday, March 17. at
8 p.m.. in the temple auditorium,
according to Martin J. Steiner,
Brotherhood president.
The anneal .social event is held
each year to promote the temple's
confirmatioi class pilgrimage to
Israel during the summer months
Scholarship subsidies are also
offered to leadership training
summer camps run by the Union
of American Hehrew Congrega-
tions, with which Be*h Sholom Is
affiliated, The Brotherhood sup-
ports the youth activities program
oi Beth Sholom,
THE FIRST academic chair
in psychiatry at an Israeli uni-
veratt] was set up recently at
the medical school of the Haifa
Technlon. The chair will he
known as the Andre B. Italia rd
< haii in Psychiatry. Dr. Hal-
lard is presently ill the psychia-
tr\ department of Columbia I'nl-
vrralty and president of the
Association for Psychoanalytic
Medicine.
>yal Oaks Opens Townhouse Display
MARTIN STEINER
Inwnhouse concept for condo-
|inm anil rental apartments is
living another major Ixxist in
|vv.ud County.
>ur models in a townhouse
first of 2.'? four-unit
klo struct ores in the Lauderhlll
k"i. inity oi Royal Oaks Estates,
I' opened with enthusiastic re-
\ n among prospective owners,
President Gabriel Deutacb of
Royal Oaks Investment Oor-
iation, the builder developer,
In the Royal Oaks Estates plan
I- for _'7n rental apartments in
\ a io the '.*^ condominium
^lr Deutsch, a 19-year con-
en veteran, formerly built
> i ses in Brooklyn and
ne apartment homes in
ttan. He also built .several
I in 1 auderhill when he was
i the Gabann Develop-
i ... i ion.
I two-story tow nhouses in
ire .ii a -;-'.....!
range, with maintenance
^ inatel; $31 i nthly.
i to $250 monthly.
[ fout int oductory m
itect con-
I followed in all condo-
\ ings at Ro;
: e-bedroom,
.,ii i i ne-I i droom
\ with two-bed.....m apart-
i.s in ,i center or a
ki ne!- ; it i. hi,
itsc-h said that mid-March
f i 'ii is in be underw bj on
i structures.
The COndO models wi n decor-
|> : bj Irving E. Greenfield of
national Galleries. He chose
"v and white color scheme
pr the one-bedroom, a green-blue
pt for the two-bedroom
r-nter unit, a lime green for the
nrner two-bedroom, and a chOCO-
r.ie brown and gold for the three-
ledroom style.
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green, barbecue grills, shuffle-
board courts and kitchen facilities.
Royal Oaks Estates is near to
several golf courses and Shopping
centers and is minutes from the
Sunshine State Parkway. The lo-
cation is at 5L'riil Avenue and NYV
26th St. Entrances are on N\v
55th Ave. from either Sunrise or
Oakland Park Boulevards.
Deutsch said the townhouse
idea is destined to spread in this
area.
! The townhouse has tremendous
advantages over the convent ion,-.I
one-level building," he said.
Irooms and baths are up-
stairs making the apartment
Bier to dean. People from Ni
York and Boston in particular are
familiar with and favor the town-
house > th its association of being
... ;.. stairs to bed.'
e healthier in a town-
house b 1 se ol walking the
s md they enjoy being In a
with these compatible
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,, ,. [his is done; children an
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, not in others."
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Israel Camp Sets
Summer Schedule
Camp S'dei Chemed Interna-
tional, located in the gardens n'.
Rishon Le'ZkHl in Israel, is pre-
paring for its fifth season. The
unusual summer camp offers se\
n weeks of Israeli life to Yeshiva
and Hebrew day school students,
Youngsters rrom thnnmhout the
United S'ates. Canada, Kurope and
Israel participate in the program
whi ;h in hides Sabhaths in Jeru-
salem and Bnel Brak.
Intensive touring of Israel is i
in I tided, and American students
learn about the language and lain'
fn.m Israeli bunkmates.
(amp S'dei '.'hem Inti mat
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Dadeland. A champagne brunch at the store will launch
the Children's Department event and the admission fee
will benefit the Women's Cancer Association.
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Friday, March 9. 1S73
American Jewish Congress Rejects
Navy's Reply on Key 73 Support
By Special Report
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Cnngrr-ss tTiis; weeK* re-
jected as a "contradiction in
terms" a statement by the Navy
that its support of the year-long
evangelical campaign known aa
"Key "73" in "no way implies
prosilytizim; efforts."
"Key '73 is a proselytizing ef-
fort. That is its whole point.
Hence, 'support' of Key '73 h
bound to be viewed as support
of proselytization." the Congress
wrote to Capt. James J. Killcen.
Deputy Chief of Navy Chaplains.
adding:
"The constitutionality of the
chaplaincy service cannot be de-
fended if its functions include
proselytization. Its sole acceptable
function is supplying the spiritual
needs of those American citizens
,_wllP are serviijg .11 the-Armed
Forces."
The exchange of letters between
AJ Congress and members of the
Navy Personnel Bureau came in
the wake of a memorandum sent
on Department of Navy letter-
head to "Navy Chaplains and De-
nominational Endorsing Agents."
describing Key 73 as "a great
ecumenical evangelical emphasis
calling upon Christians to reach
out in obedience to the Great
Commission.
"The participating churches will
be active in promoting Key '73
within their own fellowships, and
we will be as supportive as pos-
sible within the Naval Service,"
I stated the memorandum. It was
: dated October 1972 and headed.
"Notes from the Chief." Rear
Admiral F. L. Garrett is chief of
chaplains.
Georgs W. Valentine, vice
president of Chase Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association,
was to be the featured speaker
at the monthly meeting of the
Florida Committee, Sports for
Israel, at the Moulin Rouge Mo-
tel, on Thursday at 8 p.m.
Askew Proclaims
Eye IJiiiik Week;
Lions Club Ac!
week is beii ted as
F la ins Eye Bank Week,
n of Gov. Reubin As-
': : ui. pioclamation cn-
- al en izens 01 Flor
s nsi ler the gr at gift they
car. bequ othi r human be-
1 bj oming a donor in this
imendable program."
Through the Florida I.ions Eye
Bank- program, almost 1.900per-
sons toda> enjoy restored sight as
B 1 suit al transplant sur-
:- I
The Eye Bank, a community
service project, is sponsored by
the Lions Clubs of Florida. It is
dedicated to a concept of sight \
restoration through corneal trans-
plant surgery, research into the
many bleeding diseases that are
prevalent today, and to teaching
and pathoiogy.
Individuals wishing additional in-
formation may contact the Flor-
ida Lions Eye Bank. 1638 NW 10th
Ave. Miami. 33136.
We"
need
you.
if you can spend some time,
jtven a few hours, with someone
(who needs a hand, not a handout,
call your local Voluntary Action
iCenter. Or write to "Volunteer,"
Wtthington. DC. 20013
The National Center tor ^ffir
AWuntary Action. ^r
Annual patron's dinner-dance committee for
the 1973 affair celebrating Beth David Con-
gregation's 60th anniversary are from left
to right (seated) Dr. Eliott Gordon, Mrs. Al-
bert Beer, Mrs. Harold Berke, Mrs. Maxwell
Waas and Mrs. Isaac Serure. Left to right
(standing) are Sam Ostrowsky, Albert Beer,
Charles Spingarn, Harold Berke, Maxwell
Waas and Isaac Serure. The event is slated
for Saturday in Beth David's Spector Hal!.
fit
P&O Flagship Canberra Sailing March 26
"Posh" in dining means cuisine to whet a gourmet's appe-
tite. Passengers making the Canberra's maiden voyage
from Port Everglades will enjoy both fine cuisine and serv-
ice. The 10-day cruise to the Caribbean will leave Port
Everglades 0:1 March 26th.
k
Ships, as they were 100 years
ago when P&O invented cruis-
ing, arc a far cry from the Can-
berra, P&O Flagship, which
will make its maiden voyage
from Port Everglades on March
26th.
In the old days when one was
taking a journey between Eng-
land anil India, it was crucial
to have a cabin away from the
sizzling sun. Important pas-
sengers were assigned the cool-
er cabins on the shady port side
outward bound from England
and the starboard coming home.
To make sure this was di ii.\
P&O stamped "P.O.S.H." 0,1
their tickets. The word survived
thi years and has b< coma a
synonym for elegant." "fash-
ionable," and "luxurious."
P&O has not forgotten what
tin word "posh" means, >r that
the company invented it. Those
taking the Match 26th cruise
from Port Everglades on the
Canberra will find so many
posh features, It's difficult to
list them all.
To start with there-.- that
79.000 square feet of open deck
space. Then there are the state-
rooms. Every room on the ship
even those without private
bath is fully air-conditioned,
has hot, cold, and iced drinking
water; sink, universal razor
socket, toiletry cabinet, two
beds, lots of drawer and closet
space and cabin service that
has been called the be.it in the
world. ^
Your room steward may bx
from Mangalore or Nottingham '-
He'll consider it a point <1 hon-j
or to keep your room as fresh
every day of the cruise as it
was the moment you boarded.
Anil there is a wonderf".'' cus-
tom on P & O ships that .- lys
you simply must have juice, tea
or coffee, and biscuits in bed
before you go to breakfast in
the dining room.
Canberra has 12 majrr pub-
lic rooms. All posh. Ali yours.
Tbftre are two nstauranH with
banquette:, fantastic aboriginal
art carvings, an Australian war
canoe, and service, napei / and
lood that are the envy >f most
landlocked resorts
The Meridian Room has .1
sculptured reproduction of the
Sydney Opera House skyline
as its chandelier and the cozy
Century Par around the corner,
out of sight. The unique Mid-
ships Pool on Games Deck has
many parqueted terraces
around three sides that give it
a unique "amphitheatre- feel-
ing.
The Bonito Club ^fip, next
to the poo! has a honeycombed
glass ceiling, translucent table-
tops and a glass wa'l that slid'-s
into the floor so you can dance
right outside under the stirs
and still hear the orchesc.a
Three decks up a beautiful
marble and aluminum spiral
staircase from the Meridian
Room is the Crov s Ne- a
relaxed room with m*) chairs,
10 picture windows with a ISO
degree view of the sea a woi .-
ing compass, relief maps of
Sydney and Suuthamption har-
bors and replicas ol buoj chan-
nel markers.
The Alice Springs Room
evokes memories oi the Aus-
tralian outback with i's col ir-
ful mosaic-patterned walls, rat-
tan chairs, settees and white
marble bar. You can spend
many happy hours looking into
Canberra's other public rooms.
Posh is as much a state of
mind as anything .;-'' Can-
berra's stafl and crew ha\e
been ti ait 1,1 to think ol all h< 1
I isengen as pos 1. Whetht 1
you-!' 11 .... pampi 1 I by y
dining room steward, wati
a deckhand tightening a line,
discussing the ship's .sped with
one of the engine ci\\v or be-
ing shown the proper way l<
make a Gin and ii" by one -f
the staff in one >. the < I
watering spots aboard, you'll
boon come to know that moot-
ing, greeting ami serving pna-
sengers i> more 1 way of life
than a job at P& O And ym
; nderstand the m 111.114 oi posh
a little i tter too.
Canberra, Flagship of P none are more important than the 79,000 square feet of open
deck space. Her passengers play and are pampered by the
Canberra s crew.
For complete information and brochures on the Caribbean
cruises write Cunard Lines Ltd., Port Everglades Station
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316 or phone Miami 947-7524.
Fort Lauderdale 525-3381


jy March 9 1373
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meichels
by NORMA BARACB
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What to do with leftover turkey? That's always a problem,
fee a large family turkey dinner never fails to produce leftovers.
fe-e'i B Mn^f-tion which comes to me from my father, who
|t> to try his hand occasionally in the kitchen. It will give you
lain dish to serve perhaps in a buffet for entertaining corn-
try. Chicken can also be used as a substitute for turkey.
TIRKKY PILAF
dry mix
5 cups diced cooked turkey*
2 cups diced corned beef
l-6oz. can mushrooms
3 cups white cooked rice
1 cup wild cooked rice
hi tsp. thyme
chicken broth from any mix
cup chopped parsley
cups celery chunks
cup chopped onion
cup pane margarine
tsps. monosodium gultamate
tsp. salt
tsp. pepper
cup chicken stock from
cup s'ivcred toasted almonds
Melt margarine in large kettle, add celery, onion, parsley,
onosodium glutamate. salt and pr-ji]>er. Cook until celery is
4sp and tender. Add chick"n stock, diced turkey, corned beef
Hit mushrooms with liquid. Cook white rice according to pack-
er directions, substituting chicken broth for water. Cook wild
pe according to package directions. Combine rice with turkey,
iriK'd beef mixture in kettle and add thyme. Heat to serving
mpcrature on stove or in oven. Turn into serving dish. Sprinkle
Ith toasted sliced almonds. Makes 12-16 servings.
jKoi chicken pilaf substitute diced chicken for turkey.
-fr <*
This i> a fruity cake that is moist and full of flavor. I'm
your guests will like it with their coffee, as will the kids
th a tall glass of cold milk.
BA NANA-PINF.APPI.E CAKE
cup margarine (softened) 'j tsp. salt
cup sugar cupp pineapple-grapefruit
3 eggs juice
cups flour 3 mashed bananas
tsp. baking powder '^ tsp. lemon extract
t-P baking soda 2j cup chopped walnuts
Cream margarine, .sugar. Add eggs and beat until fluffy.
Add ban mas an.I part of the i'our. M:x well. Add remaining dry
toil-"' '!'- an I mice. Mix until well blended. Add lemon extract
^Kul nut- Meat for a feu seconds Poui into :;rca.sed 9 x 13-inch
^Han Hake at 3.V) for aa to 'Ui minutes,
..
In response to many inquiries as to what "envelopes <>f
' Cho.olaU' are (a- contained in the sour cream chocolate cake
tecipc c' a few weeks back I. they are pre-melted, unsweetened,
baking chocolate. They are available in your grocery store in
boxes containing eight envelopes. Look for them near the bars
of unsweetened baking chocolate. Each one-ounce em-elope is
the equivalent of one square from the baking chocolate bars.
As for this week's recipe, it gives you somewhat of a new
twist for a basic cut of meat, chuck steak. Serve it with a baked
potato and a crisp, green, garlicky salad for a hearty meal.
CHI'CK STEAK IX FOIL
K 1 cup catsup "lash of garlic powder
K cup flour 2 large onions ipeeled)
[2 lbs. chuck steak 1 about 1 4 lemon
inch thick!
Slice onions an.1 lemon into thin ripsrs. Take about a three-
piece of heavy-duty aluminum foil and combine catsup and
fcmir and put half of the mixture on the foil, Put a few onion
in us on top. then chuck steak which has been cut into five 01
ki> large pieces. Add garlic powder, then remaining catsup, more
Inion rings and lemon rings. Fo'd the foil over and -lose tightlv.
Cut in a baking pan. Hake at 4IS0 about 2 hours. Remove foil.
sut meat on serving platter and spoon lht sauce containing the
^nion and lemon 1 [ngs onto the meat. Serves four -..l ilts
it
Here an two Interesting egcplant re Ires vhich come tome
(from n cookbook recently published by the Batya Chapter of
V -,.'-; Women of Detroit. Organization cookbooks often con-
Itain ne 0 the best recipes found anvwher since they are
I led with personal favorites If you would like to se< n
used 1 your group's cookbook. I'd be glad to peruse :
elect some red] 1 s for this column, Just send the book
1, .. in pare ol The Cleveland Jewish News, 13910 Cedar Rd..
t veland, Ohio 14118.
EGGPLANT PARMIGIAXA
1
"geplant
egm iapprox.1
bread crumbs
vegetable oil
onions
stalks celery
lb. butter
2 med. tomatoes
(beaten) tt ^reen pepper
1 can tomato sauce
'.a tsp. salt
dash of pepper
2-3 slices American cheese

i
Peel and slice eggp'ant three-quarters inch thick. Dip
slices in eggs and bread crumbs and then eggs again. Fry in oil.
Pice onion"and celery and fry in butter at low heat. Dice tomato
and green pepper and add to onion and celery- When vegetables
are soft, add tomato sauce, salt and pepper. Stir until smooth.
Place eggplant in bottom of casserole. Pour sauce over and grate
cheese on top. Bake in pre-heated oven at 400? for 35-40 minutes.
EXTRA EASY EGGPLANT CASSEROLE
1 fairly large eggplant H stick butter
1 can cream of mushroom soup 1 can French fried onions
Peel and slice eggplant into one-inch slices. Arrange a layer
of the eggplant slices in a 1M. quart casserole. Top with some of
the butter and some soup. Repeat this process until ingredients
are used. Top with can ot onions. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes.
Community leader Lillian Botki?s (left) was
recently installed as president of the Agu-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute Sisterhood.
Serving with her will be (left to right) Anne
Paul; Sophia Shapiro, vice president; Gert-
rude Kornblatt, treasurer; Trudy Ever, re-
coiding and corresponding secretary; Lil-
lian Blumenfeld, financial secretary; Mil-
dred Waldstein and Ethel Klein. Also shown
are (left) Judge Norman Ciment, installing
efficer, and Rabbi Sheldon Ever, spiritual
leader of Agudath Israel.
In The Mail
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridiun:
Those who condemn Israel for
shooting at the Libyan airliner
over Sinai follow an ill-guided
liberal philosophy of condemnin;.
the victims of assault and protect
ing the criminals. They are the
ones who would award a burglai
iamages for injuries sustained
.vhile breaking in. and who wouli
prosecute a girl for injuring her
voiild-be rapist.
The Libyan plane flew over a
,-lighly sensitive military installa-
tion. It bore the markings of ,1
ountry that vowed, along with
others, to resort to any kind of
devious means to destroy Israel
and to wipe out its inhabitants.
Israel has had bitter experiences
with terroi ists |M>sing as tourists
who massacred innocent civilians.
The airliner was intercepted
and was ordered to land. It did
not follow orders. What were the
Israelis expected to think? This
, flight appeared to be another case
ol terrorists bent upon carrying
out their evil intent through sub-
terfuge. Those who were respon-
sible for maintaining th securitj
i| theii country had no choice
but to shoot.
The fault for this tragedy lies
not with the Israeli defenders, but
I with the Arab aggressors.
K.il.l.i PHIXEAS A. WEBERMAX
IT IS 100 year* since the
birth of Israel's national poet.
< haim Nachman Bialik. To mark
the occasion. President Zalinaii
Shaznr recently opened an ex-
hibition of Bialik manuscript**
and hooks In the lobby of the
National Library building on
the Hebrew University's Givat
Ram Campus.
Wildfire
in the south.
There's no
future in it.
Nearly hall ol a" toresi tires m
the Souih are set on purpose
By woods arsonists kids out for
a thrill or grown men carrying out
a grudge with matches
II you d like to help
prevent arson
report it!
advft.vnc v*
<0"1nt'utCcl '
the pubi>c Rood
Help Prevent Forest Fires in the South
^5?
Stars Of 'Baxter' Feted
At Premiere Here
At the world premiere showing
of "Baxter" at Wometco's Byron
Theatre on March 1. three film's
tars, Academy Award winner Pa-
tricia Neal, Scott Jacoby and Jeun-
Pierre Cassel made personal ap-
pearances at the theatre.
Miss Neal was honored at the
premiere as the recipient of the
Miami Bea h Tourist Authority's
Irst Golden Palm Award. Her
'Courageous battle to regain her
health alter three massive strokes
and her dedication in working with
)"ople who were similarly afflict-
ed" prompted the TDA to select
her for the award.
The initial showing of the li!m
narked the beginning of "Baxter
World Premiere Week'' which was
proclaimed by Florida Qov. P.eubin
Ask. w, and Miami Beach Mayor
Chuck Hall.
An Anglo-Kmi Distributor- Ltd.
and Group W Film, the movie, a
National General Pictures release.
will continue its world premiere
showings at the Patio. 163rd St.;
Twin I, Dadeland: Bo;a Raton:
Gateway, Port Lauderdale and By-
ron theatres.
IEGAI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-2660
X RE:
\l>< IPTII 'N IF
IEFFREY JOSEPH MINT-/.
BY ALFRED !" XE8B1TT
NOTICE TO ADOPT
TO: OII.BERT MINTZ
Lombard, Illinois
and
ro All. iTHEB PERSl INS
Tli. I'.nii......I ALFRED !" NBS
BtTT i" adopt JEFFREY JOSEPH
mi STZ ha* been fill '1 In thl* ausi
Bald Petit..... "ill be presented i" thl*
< ourl before Ihe Honorable ORAPY
'. CRAWFORD i" In" Chamber* In
(lie Dadc Counts Courthouse on April
". I 7'!. at '.:"" A M.
Notice 1- hereby riven i" nil those
Interested In mid proceedings ol thr
intended adoption.
i:rtt.\KTT BOTH
Attorney for AI.FKEP F. NE8BITT
i0 Lincoln R.ind
Miami Beach. Florida
To be published four conaecutlve week*
In th.- Jewish Floridlan
I |-1t-!3-S6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6256
in RE: Estate nf
HERMAN I. SHAW
1 '. 1 ased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
-o -M' PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
You are hereby notified lhal writ-
ten instrument nuroortlna lo be ihi
last "ill and testament of said dvced-
.ni has licen iidmltted In alil '<-'
Vou hnrehv commanded ivl*htn(
..ix ah 1 dar months from Ihe date
,,,- ,|,,. o.-.i nuhlicntinn >< this notli,e|
In nnpear In "aid Court mid *"
..-.. |f im vou can. *''
. ,..- 0.1 1 -..ii.-i i-> admM 1 Ina nl"
,o m prnhiiti -I u'd I ol -Innd re
vi I., rl
FRAVK B I'OWI I NO
........ ;" >.-.
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Ct.rU
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.1 ila\ Man I l!>73

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NUMBER 73-1388
(Formerly County Judge* Court)
In RE: Estate ..f
SADIE I I'BEI.I.
[)tH-easi 'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* and \:i Pel 11
in,. Claim* or Demand* Afcatnsi s d
Estati ,
You ai hen by notlfb rt and ilred
in riresenl an> i lalm* .....i
which you ma> have aaatut
late of SADIE I.I BB1 L di <
late of Dade Countv. I-I .rlda, tn
,-,,, Judtre* of Dade ou
file ih. same In dunllcate anil a* i""-
vlded In Section 7.13.16. Fk>rldH Stat-
utes, in 'loir '-fii'' In the >,""""
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
\. iihin ^ix calendar months rmm ihe
lime ol ih.- flwrt nubllcaUon hereor.
or the same will be onm-a
DhipcI at Miami KlTi.ln. Un 'I""
..f March. A D l7S
ntviv: t tr.Ki.t.
A* Executor
Firm publication of this notice "n
the SIMON. KAYS & fJRt'NDWERCI
Attornev for Erecutor
. iti \ Inslev Ilniiai.ie
Miami. Florida SS1M m.i-!S-IWI
y!Pl DATES A6REG-.
OPE SPEEPS
AY Mr\ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOT1CE IS HEREBY <;1VKN that
the underslmed. deslrinai i" enarare in
i,u.tnes* under he fictitious name of
HMW ENTERPRISES at "-'' n k.
i-,-,,h Sti.....i. North Miami Bea. h. Fill
inteniu. to renlster Halil name vlthth#
rierk of Hie Circuit < ourl of I
'V0"'V 'sVT'via DIAMOND
>.].- "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOTICK is HEREBY OIVEN that
,,,.. unilerslsrned. deslrlna to enaajr. in
hu-lnes* .11 Ih. II "?;.""""'
I (-1. i VTRH' PKOFESSI. iNAI- AS<1*
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-6053 CPark-r)
(Formerly County Judge"* Court)
[n RE Estate of
ANITA K VINCENT.
'" "NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inK Claims or Demand* vaalnst Bald
You'are hereby noUfled and reaulred
m preaenl any claims and demanaa
which vou may have nenno;. H" "
late of ANITA F. VINCENT .1. ..-.-.I
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Court. Probate Division, of
r>ade County, uncl file ihe aame m
i duplicate and ;- provided in Section
jsi ii. Florida Btatntea. in then- or-
he. in the County Courthouse in
pade County. Florida wlWn *i\ cal-
endar months from ihe ume of me
first publication hc-r.-of. or Ihe s.,me
w ill he barn ii .... .,_ o.w
Dated at Miami. Florida, tnli mi
day Of K.'lirunrv. A P :
RICHARD K. VINCE*.T
As Administrator ita
Flral publication of thla notice on
' thr 16 da* of February. IMS.
HARRIS SIRKIM. P A. ^m,
i Attorneys for Administrator t TA
! 5th Floor Hade Federal Bid*.
| Miami. Florida 3.11.11 ^ t/>.,


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Friday. March
Good Taste is First at Food Fair Stores!
A MEAT VARIETY OF FINE FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES!
FOOD
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16
32-OZ.
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PALMOLIVE
LIQUID DISH
DETERGENT
LIMIT ONE BTl PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Of $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
32-OZ.
JAR
GREAT ON SALADS
P.P. BRAND PURE
Mayonnaise
LIMIT ONE JAR PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Of S' OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE 4c ASSORT?:
Soft-Weve Bath Tissue 3
FLORIDA SEEDLESS
P*GS Oc $
2 ROILS
All FLAVORS RlTZ LOW CAi OR
P.P. Brand Sodas 10 99'
l-LUKIUA SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT5 49c
FLORIDA THIN SKIN
Juice Oranges
READ* TO EAT FINES' FLAVOR
10 49 Hawaiian Pineapples
EACH
59
BREAKSTONES CREAMEDSPZfi&Xft&kt i -lb.
DI\C l\0 I WHIE V.RCMIVIBU CM CALIFORNIA STYIEI I "LB.
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FIEISCHMANN S LIGHTLY SAITED
1 IB
Corn Oil Margarine OUARTf
45'
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE' BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese { 59c
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Power 99 Low Fat Milk "" 59c
SAVE 12c All FLAVORS
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BORDEN S
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49
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Midget Braunschweiger
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IN OUR MODERN BAKERY-
P.P. BRAND OVEN FRESH
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, MARCH 11th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR t FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOURS
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WHOLE BREASTS
(WITH BBS)
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
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18
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lay March 9 1973 +Jmist> rtarMlar Page 15-A dents Meet On Methods For Russian Jewry By Special Retort JJ-.'GK PARK, lid. Jerry r.an, executive director of (fatiormi Conference on Soviet jr. told Jewish student leaders r.g at the University ot |l>nd this week that they not push now for a com(cutoff in trade between the Union and the United |E Bfi a way to aid Russian 100 students from 45 U.S. %  sea gathered here for the annual National ConferBon Campus Action for Soviet Wk They studied ways to force Bo\iet Union to relax its emiW. restrictions and end harhent of Jews who remain in Boviet Union. "If '. !• clos.' coiiiact we lose the pressure |>oint. If we have no 1 trade, we have no influence." Mr. \ Goodman said in calling instead | for a poHey of balanced tension I with the Russians. "When they come we are i obliged to create a climate ot pressure" while not forcing the Soviet Union into isolation, he continued. "We must utilize the <>PI>ortunities of trade, cultural and scientific visits" to convince j the Soviet government it loses j more than it gains by oppressing : j Jews. The growth of commerce be, tween the United States and the Soviet Union offers a new area uvhera action will have to be in| (emitted, he said. "PROFESSIONALS IS ALTO LEASING FOR OVER 20 YEARS. • EXCELLENT ^ KIT SERVICE •EIFEKTWICE REPLACEMENT CAR • NCNESTT • K KNIIIILITY • FMENILINESS Con-iil Kivlin. Dr. Lclirman Guest Speakers L Atr .u!>: i > i\ ul Rivlin, Is^^^P in New York. Dr. .n I in r..in, spiritual leader ol Temple Kmanu-Kl. and ^Hn .1 presi I '< 11' 1 > %  %  :• 1 • %  %  Mia.i Jewfsh Keili-ration, will be gue-i spcakt at a Purim luncheon Msrcl ;ii tA ; TS Hotel. The iiinclu'ou, which is held o half of Federation's 197.'! Comb!: (I Jewish Appeal Israel Emeu II > Kuiid Ca.npaign, is liein.: •. niiNiired by the Chaim Weim 'ii l'.'aiuli ol Karbaixl. Moe I.cvin is 1973 CJA-IEF Chain.' Wei/man Karband chairman, ""iie liiii iieon will include a mu.-i ;n'i .;• a i li> lien an. I Gold! P.'ace.v. ^p-vi:..; with Ml'. I.i \in mi mill. %  are Manny Burstein, Zvi 1;;. Mrs. Dora Ol'tenhenden. Ba miel Samet, oochairmen; l"i> Bivnbaum. Harry Chaet, %  pui Freed. Charles Gieenhatll ^K. l.-.i Levin. Isidore Mishelov, and Ii •< ph Okun, honorarj chairmea; \ ier1 Kulick and Simon honorarj trcasuri i s What do doctors %  recommend for patients in pain? re are many medications a si< ian or dentist can prescribe pain But there's one pain ror physicians and dentists disB again and again: Anaein. h vear, docton give out oxer ,000,000 Anacm tablets for rytliing from toothache and idaelie pain to the minor pains arthritis. And millions take iacin without stomach upset fVVlin you're in pain, take the let a doctor might give you in own office. Tike Anaein. CONDOMINIUM it RESALES CONDOMINIUM LEAS3NG CONDOMINIUM LISTINGS CONDOMINIUM ix SALES M0RTLAW MANAGEMENT. INC. Registered Real Estate Broker *27-0S71 Brotword 943-0M3 Dado •• Mk for liffim or Hency OHOLEI T0R.AH DAY SCHOOL THRIFT STORE NEEDS YOUR GOOD, USED FURNITURE, CLOTHING, APPLIANCES DISHES, POTS AND PANS, BRICABRAC AND WHAT HAVE YOU! fOR QUIK PICK UP CALL 759-4936 All Donations Tax Deductible %  IVINC HI ASU.I 6ET ALL TNIS AND MUCH MORE I WHEN YOU LEASE YOUR 1973 CAR FROM AUTO LEASING, INC Immediate Delivery ALL MAKES AND MODELS 12-36 MONTH LEASE DADE 532-5421 BROWARD 525-9300 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: 1545 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH island cinb Announces the Opening of a New Corner.. Buildings 11 thru 15 Yoiir Titrate Corner of the Wfald ... where life is led by time and tide. / y ••*-' V<0> w^r--: '-?' M f.r $ w t M %  •' \, For free descriptive brochure, write: Island Club of Pompano Beach 777 South Federal Highway Pompano Beach, Fla. 33062 Name YOU WANT a place ot your own and a great investment opportunity ... a home on the water with clean fresh air minutes from the beach, shopping and services recreation activities to enrich your leisure swimming pools, saunas, private boat dock, fishing, cycling, billiards, a sunken lounge with fireplace, and clubrooms with programmed activities. YOU WANT natural beauty Island Club is a community of people, waterways, islands and birds (we're a bird sanctuary) .. all the extras that make condominium living so popular. YOU WANT to be pampered... Island Club insured privacy 24-hour security .. free courtesy bus offering regularly scheduled trips to shopping and beaches. At Island Club, live on an island, in a luxury hi-rise or garden apartment, formal or relaxed one and two-bedroom apartments prices start at just $22,800. Stop here. YOU WANT.. island em** OF POMPANO BEACH 777 South Federal Highway (U.S. 1) Pompano Beach. Florida 33062 Telephone (305) 941 5200 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Another tine achievement ot McClutkev Development Company Built bv Arnold Construction Company nt Palm Beach Address City State Z ip



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riday March 9 1973 vJenisfi fhridUain Page 11-A As • %  Max Lerner V %  • >es ft .„,,-. ,„n* ,m*,-. ,H,..'J i NEW YORK, N.Y. Th %  nub question about a!l th< i do'lar tidrums s how this happens to be happening to the world's -onomic power. It would be a mistake to call it a |jm ol Km rica's dec'.ino and lei ii go at thai It la happening kactly •'• ause America ia strong, productive, highly developed jonomy. Power carries vulnerability with it. What has haprne.i to the dol'ar in the world's money markets ia s ;n ol (if v. iknvjstv that go with the strengths <>: Vmerica. For oni tiling, America is playing too many roles, like an |to -' i. %  around the stage as he tries to declaim everj 111 i -' %  "drama. America wants to be the bit -t Industrial y.<\ :<%  It iral producer in the world, the biggest insumer |id -:>-n. >r, the world's banker, the carrier of the exchange >ndai i the largest investor, the most persevering tourist, the \ ider, the biggest naval and air power. This means ii' %  irs oul into the wide world and they don't all % ni'b i %  ';. De Gaulle were alive and in power, he would exult o\ -r pcrica's predicament and call on th; nations to al indon Jieriea I the dollar Bui !>.• Gaulle had too narrow i te to stain lii< challenge, and today there is no one to take I "r AMERICA'S DF.VALl'ATlXti OF THE DOLLAR was In%  tit • i tring it into a more realistic relationship to other w %  Bit it w i I prove only me of .>. series of recurring pes r the dollar unless we face up to s me ur.,)l a.ant li'i-President Nixon sneaks darkly of raising some tariffs us well as laors in onlcr to counter foreign t-tananese ^M othei discrimination*, ami T"t a fair shake" for American ^Bodu.iibis kind ol' I'cxibilitv is nood, whether in the hands of i lent or Congress or both. Unless it is achieved, the ^ %  rn •!' .vino ol protectionist-isolationist %  • %  i i .!->r: the ^kieiicin people will mount and become a tidal wave. B • \ -•' rlca cannot build a protectionist wall high enough to boi < •• .1 the rising prices of American prod i t>. the stagaerin <, prod..: 'ii i psis. i h<> shoddy workmanship, the loss of pride in work The toads of history are strewn with t'l wreckth t rrew la/y in ; h oiled and tried t > live on their own fat. A'so of eiv'lyatk)' --i' '..si the sense of being bound torethei* in a sire'? curate and pursued group, class and factional prides and greeds. Tliines down In the end to the values men live by. The value"'neiicp ma> make life one of sensual I hch's. hit .th*". idd to the productive or trading vigor of the civil If \ riean society is to have a vigorous future, it wi'l have to >' %  ii idna' s-lf-fulfillmenl but not scT-Lndulgence, grc, i.eness but not group arrogance, work and ashievemen iwer and acquisitiveness for their own sake. THIS t> TRI >: OF AMERICA'S COMPETITORS awell. It .. • >., %  -n n whether the members of the European C,. : :' t. by io ninu together, can transcend theii own In,,, ..<, inacies. Germany and Japan present special ens,., i % %  • \r.o been ie.:.-...I of huge defense costs, and arc II,,,, r ,., America which stil] spends bilious around H,, its military-diplomatic shield. .,. y an i 3 ipan, h >• ing I i rebu'l I their Indus%  ,.-,• i.lni;:. war. eir.ei ved with a : ;'vrrl> dHjn.v: %  .. • achieve a place in the world a--ai:i. Bui the eomprti§i.m ol Japan and Europe, with each other and with America, Li'M ner akness and strength of each. presidenl Nixon breaks mosl drastically with past ,„.,„;. „, [n this area Is in his refusal to expand or even I .i u the cheeks on American Investments abroad. These in•stments weaken the position of the dollar by sending out more dollars than come back. They are questionable on thai ground, as well as because they raise anti-American resentments. But they are part of the dynamism of American energies: l-hcv represent an uxpoti not only of dollars but of technologies and ski • Asub they are a much better American export than that of arms. Mrs. Meir's TV Hints Increase Speculation On Remaining in Office DR. WILLIAM M. GLANTZ and DR. GEORGE M. GLANTZ Wish to announce the opening of an office for the practice of urology at 2300 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Suite 404 Hallandale, Florida 921-1717-by appointment only Continued rrom Page l-A Ii aiii u n bitter strtiir"le for sir restl in, ha* been urnaii; Mrs. Meii to itttj on. Party Offtctnls took her television statement as an liulientloii that -he Intends to do '.i und called it a "very valuable decision-" Aharon Ya H';n, the Partj > n tai >. said, "J always hope I '•'<"' !a w o .. I n spond to our ,ii mbei s' apj eals since the state needs her." But he said he was I" //led "win she had to an•-., %  •,,.„ her decision in New York." He said it was possible thai In .i,cei ican visit ha i adde %  weight t" her resolution i'> stay in ofi I %  iSut the newspapei Maarh reli'iKet that Mrs. M.ir telephoned h< r party colleagues from New Yorlto tell them that tier remark was fur foreign eonkUlliptlon and that she lirnil.-, intend. |o retire when her term ol oft ice is up. According to Maariv, Mrs. Meir said shi made a deliberate evasive reply to the American new smen H cause she didn't think they had a right to in,..i.i [sra l Labor Party al aiis. The Jew Uh Ti '• graphic A. %  !>i %  Ii arm 1 I no n re a Ie i n res that no su h phon call was ,r.i Ie .: Mrs. M. ;\ The i on i Lai >r Party leaderdid nol indicate that they bad received anj message from the i'i: .. •• n tracting or watering rVwn her te e\i*ion remai ks. 8 400 FEET of PRIVATE OCEAN BEACH is YOURS at >ITL4NTI5 fi >: ft >: >' >: >. AT POMPANO BEACH offering you $ &f >' >: ; &f : >: : %  : &f : ..' $ : &f M >: : &f : >! 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A traffic light on AIA at property entrance and exit. a a ffLMI* i .*. 0 >. %  %  : &f : 'M :•: J S P. : &f : &f &f : >: &f : > :* &f ; &f ... ...... • &f • ....................•. &f&f .... XWPtt BOUViKM*********



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Friday March 9 1973 *-Jen4stnrw§tttan Page 13-A 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. The kind of is! to be shipv No waterway in Fort Lauderdale is more lushly landscaped with 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. %  -W* m #* Hfi 1 3 '>** JU~1 ft • %  • %  .< • .', -•-, %  *rMflH :...%  An adult island eonjMniinium with 2 hcdrOOm apartments from $27,700 to' $48,900 ami 1 bedroom apartments from $29,300 to $33,300 /Immediate Occupancy/in Fort 1 atulerdale.on S.W.'9th Ave.. just, one block .north of S.W. 12th St.. (Davie Boulevard) Take 1-95 to Davie Boulevard Exit (-temporary end).-.then East to S.W. 9th Ave., and left one block, Phone 522-6738.



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Page 12-C *• km)** fkrHimm Page S-C He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father. But he is neglecting an important moral obligation. He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure. They can be made wisely, and they can be made together as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly. m mm von ro m out snotm MIMOUUS ar COUHAM, MASJU CKAfTSMtM IH SltVU AMD BMONZE oMmgoMo'B 5505 Norths 3 rd S4reet p,^ 261 76 2



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Page 10-A +Jcnist-fkr/kfxtn Friday, March 9, 1973 C72. t HMi SptaL. rjr*-. ZJX l ,li al HV i their IJIlWl|.sj *-- **-— 1-— -* or. b. Miami. rieiO r m. I-ISDN ncrs have been .ailed the emblem of lhat Hebrew is referred to as the eternity that neither*!auhternori.. Ho iy I ^ nu lagP because the torture of thousands of years could %  scriptures were written in Hebrew destroy. Amid oppression and perand because the Almighty used secution that sinsjle ingredient, ,,„, language of Hebrew with faith, has served as a flame or hi„ h j,.|. to communicate with His spaation to light our passace ,„.*.plo and through which to make throigh the world The Hebrew His wi „ knmvn ,„ ,,,„ c word for faith is "Emunah." which t through the prophets. Maimonides share; in the same root as the l.as another explanation. He claims )"'!" %  "A" 1 .'.":. mSPSLm 1? that ,h '' Hebrew language is to be r NORTH SAY VILLAGE JEWISH CENTER. 1720 Ttth Street Causeway, North Bay Village. Conservative Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Cantor Murray Vavneh. 32.A AGUDAS ACMIM NUSACH SEFARO CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Miami Beach. Orthodox. Rabc Mordecai Chaimovita. NOKTH MIAAV BIACH K.iiiiii I ia/in bert Baumgard I Krldm R:3 p.m. Rnbbl Herbert M.l %  llaumanu-d mil upeak on, "In AnnADATH YESHURUN (Temple*. 102S I Si iniiiMii I >...) "• %  NE Miami Gardens Or. Ooneerva• tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnaky. Can. BETH DAVID ?t*5 SW 3rd Ave. tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 33 Conservative, nabbl Irving A. Warn gart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4 BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach I Friday V."" p.m.. mi South nude AndBlvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Liplloriumi IT,,. I Mhabbnl nervloe. Herschita Cantor Jacob B. Mendenon 34 inii Inplc. "i iur I-'XI-III'IH \ Qoldal m Broke Tliu-lv To Mis HollnofK th< B"NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Pop. %  Saturday 9 ;mi, <;it Coral Conservative. Habbi Victor O War sanctuary) Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 3 sti'l another similar word is aias „,, dilt( t wonis ,,„. su'ing survcye I." Hebrew K therefore, a hrly Itsnguagi either because it \'..-,s the language used by the Almighty in revealing His will or becausi i i; is a language which has remainid fruarded with reservation so as !o allow human speech to expi •• onl> what is clear of lemptation. Wnj is the tomb ol Rachel eonsldored to be i such special signll'lcanre? I bi Soloi II bai [s lac i Rasi BETH KOOESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Lecn Segal. 6 a— BETH TOV iiemple). 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8 Kridas R:I3 i-m Rabbi Kull ill| -in.ik on. "Dietary I-AWV followed I i.v i men Khabbal ISRAEL (Temple) "OF GREATER Mi I ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 I '""• — Friday •> pin. aneal apoaker, Rabbi CORAL GABUi .Morton M Mnilehnum of Tempi. JUDEA (Temple,. 5500 Granada E-lvd i-l of Akron. Mill -|i..,l. on, "WhS Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40 K.\ .: %  l-;-n rrouble ,.i. I>ul Frldai •:.,,.„ | ,„ Pra T : : ,.,,~ %  r,,r %  '•"•' "' S lur.l,o ii:13 ,: ,,, j, ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th tWrnJi'?.' *" St. Conserva-iv^ Habbi Haul J. Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 ZAMORA (Temple) 14 z.imora Ave. Conserv.it vr Rabbi Maxwell A! Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Bru-omer. Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving Shulkes. j? l-'riilnv t;|5 ,i tn Avonluri r ddontH 1" bo hononnl, Saiurdaj 10: i n m liai Mltivah: Rnheri, KOII ,.t Mr and Mr* Harry stolnma SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18'i1 Nl 1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan. 3i — • YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Zalman Kossowsay. 3 OR OLOM i i emcle< S755 SW 16th St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot Winogr.-.J. Cantor > ehooda BinyaK mm. 13 ; • 41 TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65(H) N. Miami Ave Conservative. Ribbi Maun;r Klein. 14 i ntary on (ienesis < IS 7i o.xulains thai :ho n isual situa. '"" Rachel was buried outail .im! I'M I. itial .aw ill the ,,„ ^ —• '' %  ?' matriarchs was du. ,'TeUTv^'pLb^o^an ^a^ The AM. plans to press its in! • !dl bj the Almighty h ,n-j c-ntor Erroi Heiiman. i 6 BETH quiry into the nature of the l-'M.\ in1 rnal" use of the inition on the religious an i il identity ol ii> members, Gulfstream ORT Plans Saturday Auction If. As ii appears in the boo niah (31 15.16, v. hen the b ws wen being led into cai th itj and passed this burial place, a %  iceol severe weeping came for in from this tomb. Ii was Ra %  ;• %  i wailing over the exile ol hi scendants. Gu' r stream Chapter. Women's! Tne "fbbis explain that Rachel'* Vmevican ORT, will hold its annual !ii; '"' n -as the only api>eal that m or Saturday at 8 p.m. ai oy,>kc ^ ,n '' mercy ol the Aln the Sea oasl Towers Wesl Bids u """'' s ,nan "'*' l' ; •'"I .Moses and Aaron. Abraham Isaee Auctionrv.ru wUl bo Sandy Ry,„ Jacob. Perha|i ii was meant to wel and Raul Ruthf.eld. Chapter show thai even in a remote plaee Mrs OlffoH there is always a source ol gra. i IIIILI v nf \ i •. .. v, rnim SURfSIDl MOGAN DAV'3 CO" G R EG A ON, 9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. H.iihi Isaac O. Vine. 5,3 FORT LAUDtRDAlt o ISRAEL ,*emple), ?:io w. Oakland Park BU.1 R.ihbi Akiva. Brilliant. Canter Maurice Neu 42 elation to keep identifyY. Pierce, and chairman is Mrs. tor the children ol Israel because _'" : !'" '••'' %  "'' arvl n rf it. Mel Safra, of the sympathy and lament ol %  mothers such as Rachel who eem il their reward and their doe with difficulty, and whose life wacomparatively brief in this woiln but whose impact is eternal on all generations. r^abbinicai *Jelt evision rrog ran% Mar. 1 I I Uarcb 11 Ch l". 9:.W a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour Host: Rabbi Norman Shapiro Mar.!, Il Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice Host: Rahhi Morris Kippur, In' 'American Youth and Israel" Ch l. 8:30 a.m The First Estate R %  led on Ch, 2, 6-30 p.m.) Host Ri v Luther C. I'icrce ""op.c: "Greater Miami Jewish Community Comes of Age" C'.ue-i. Myron J. Brodie, executive vice prejaident, Federation -r • 'f*l SYNOPSIS OF IM rVOfar T0SAH PORT/ON Pekudai "S A oM te F ^^^rrr^.'SJ : h. bkM. ...„,:,. for 1 ;.T; poHM : d !" "' %  >• Tlir TAHfi>v i,.. i... -"....in ui nie\TmL-m. ,T'T Under Mo "' ='"' %  -" %  ''I "iperSS ''"' fhr (T "" M •"• m '; '•' j *c prescribed order Th, ,, "h^coverer^^ the tabernacle was filled with CSod, g^ory WN ^; ; .i to the iJEvS liieirfoul JHA Installs Hcsidents Slate And Council N"-.\ ofi'icors and members of the residents' council at the Jewish Home for the Aged include: Louis Stein, president; Sarah Cossik, honorary pr.-u.ient; Herman Tat d, honorary president and lreaun r; Augusta Schleslnger, secretary. Council members are Lillian Cowan, Lillian Ravitch, Bella Dickslein, Fannie Boll, Dora %  Minis. Rva Fein Harrv Cballin. Louis Jaeoas, Alice Messer, Ltta Sai)erasky, May Rosen, Harry A'i-iia':. Jeanette Leff, San'i Chester, honorary president, Fan.iie Horowitz, Cefia Pomerantz Molly Seik, Saul Goldberg, Beatri •( ItskozttZ Irene Kramer and He'en Padawer. .'nek S. Popick Is presidenl of Douglas Gardens, Rabin Solomon Schh*f i-. snlrttusJ leader of the ho.ne. and Foarl Be Bram is director of volunteer services. Officers Nominated %  'A i I Life Chapter, Children^ \ii.n i Research Institute and hold its nexl meetv Ji HI T1 %  %  ', top|, s %  turd i, :• ., m Svdrah ..r tin \\ i HIAlfAH TIFERETH JACOB 'Temple). 951 E. 4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Nthan Zolondek ,5 IWOIffH MIAMI BE J* MOSHE CONGREGATION. 222S NE 1?1st St. Conservative Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. jc MIAM' UACH BETH JACOBS 301 Washington Ave DCT HOLLYWOOD Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryaho T. Sv.ir. B „L H EL ^ r enipi ; 135, s ln Ayg abi Samuel Jaffe. 49 EMANU-EL 3245 W Oakland Park B vd. ,Reform). Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams Can'or .leroi-e Klemeot 43 P0MPAN0 BIACH M NW G 9,h E St JEWISH CENTER •' SHOLOM (Temple?. | SE 11th Ave Conservative. Rabh, Morn, A. Sko2 Cantor Vaacov R> ojp" %  19 sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchei BETH RAPHAEL*Tempie). 1545 Jef. rerson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi' Oavid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 BETH SHOLOM "(Tern^le) 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kro Cantor David Conviser. Reform BETH HALLANDAll t !" S S H C 0 L n? M % •*•. *>i Arn.a.av.kv CaV." Ve R,bb Mor,on "•aiavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46 SINAI •gjTtta tsn tut T mBB£x^ B T TON V ?4 S E M H S hA M CONGREGA. TION. 843 Mer,a,sn Ave. 22_ A C ^2 B 42 N E K REW C NGREG T 'ON r4hhV X a,h "l<"" Ave. Orthodox Rbbi Dow Rojencwaig. Rabb, Me.r Mail..h_Melam"d M-,.' E "rA u ve E vT em ,e ', 701 W hi "-• %  SOLEL rroch. (Liberal MIRAMAR S Co A n!e L rvlT, e vT Pl R '' SW -" C-.or Abr:ha R n a ^ o i A e V r r0m Dr "; 8 BB Fund Raisinq Auction o AV e. Conservative R kkl"i_.i" m "*n "wviiwn ::::i.::^^ l ;;•: %  ,-'vV''^ rl :: ; • ,:: Vi,h xv "" ,,,n h aw,< ta, d M fT8rWS!£ abbi Alexander s. C0 A N ca G deryI NE ^ L ; s r Tn a C, a 0, H b ^ J A S C VN A Au^lSLSSS M UN ,T v Orthodox Rahhi -r^ h noton Ave Cantor ^yl^^" H. Ster. K rt5.5 E J H 'SfAE*L.^ 15 Euclid Aye Gross. \H Orthodox RihhT'n V Uelid Ave Can,or 0 Abra R ha b m J&* L <*>* M ^^ivi T TOs,S TS S the llturay '''"'••" 1 chsnl t'nal 1 aucThe lund-ralsing project will benefit the Leo \ Levj Hospital Rot wrings, \,k.. and the Veterana '"•"Nn-at iiin Hospital. CANDIEIIGHTING TI/MF 5 ADAR 6:06 "M^'WKS 5 cf ,h 29 an 3P n on Ti o la) ai Dado Federal, %  S. I at 8 p.m. Agenda will in : : """> "'' ..Mi.-.'.s ;o,-; S C 0H.n. R 2 v C J R E D V b 1 S r a H CE M NT "•* • the nominating com1 ^b, s adl N hm(lt 31 CONGREGATION ETz' fu.,„ iitec This page „ pT.fvfrd in Mf>nM With th. Great* M, am Rabbinical Aaaci***, Coordinator of the f eaturf appearing here is BARRI MAXWELL BERGER Spi'iutal Le:,!f 0/ Temple Zomoro Coral Gobies



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Friday March 9 1973 +Jewi§ii thrktt&n Prime Minister Stimulates Bond Conference Record Sales ( ontinued from Pog 1-A lauded President Nixon and "previous administrations" for their support of Israeli independence and security as she helped launch the worldwide 1973 Israel Bonds campaign. A word-shattering; initial sale of $136.3 million towards a goal of $360 million was announced by general ehaimtan Samuel Rothherg, honon-e of the international Inaugural Conference's concluding banquet. Mrs. Meir lauded Mr. Rothberg for his lifetime of effort in behalf of the Jewish !>eople and of Israel, and singled out Mrs. Rothberg for special praise and a warm embrace. Additional plaudits for Mr. Rothberg. chairman of the board of governors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, were the order of the day. Joining in the salute were Ira Guilden, president of Israel Bonds and leader of Boys Town of Jerusalem, and Col. Jacob M. Arvey of Chicago and Miami Boach, toastmaster for the emotion-packed dinner. Mrs. Melr entered the Orand Ballroom, filled a* not even David Ben-Gurion nor Presidents Truman. Kennedy or Johnson had done In dinner* of yesteryear. Just moments before the announced 7:30 p.m. starting time. A Iu*3-eourse banquet, including an anniversary cake celebrating Israel's 25 years of statehood, was served with dispatch in 60 seconds under an allotted hour. A tight agenda eliminated greetings from all hut James M. Albert, Greater Miami Israel Bonds chairman, and Canada's bonds chairman Henry Blatt. Mr. Rothberg spoke in his IIMUI. dynamic style, sin-ling out a $1 million purchase by James Ross of Youngstou-n. Ohio and assuring; the a-sembled Jewish leaders — who had paid a minimum of 9S.8C0 In bonds plus $40 for the dinner — that the 1973 goal "will be met, and quite possibly exceeded." But the evening belonged to Mrs. Meir. who avoided any direct or indirect mention of either Israel's downing of a Libyan airliner, the censure which followid. or of the execution of American and Belgian diplomat-; by Palestinian terrorists in the Sudan. She quickly noted that "Mr. Nixon knows that when I come to Washington. I usually want something." The a liencc responded with laughter, and she pointed out thai ''He does not make me fee! as though I am the p:i ne minister of a small. strt %  i .: nation king aid from the largest, most iwwerful nation in the world. Mrs. Meir said that "Mr. Nl\on and the United States do not help us "tthout knowing that we seek, above all else, the attainment <>f peace with our neighbors." Without setting an optimistic timetable, she predicted that Arab masses, "who have lived in poverty and totalitarian states because of the desire to destroy Israel, i.\ ill some day live in peace with us and then know the fruits of democracy and freedom." Mrs, Meir presented Mr. Rothberg with the first Israel Silver Anniversary Award, includINSIST ON ECOHOMY AWNINGS and SAVE SSS AWHING CO. NW75*St. <$Sii; MIAMI *wr OX 10191 V->. ing a Prime Ministers silver \ medal especially minted in Israel for the Israel Bonds Ori ganization and a replica of Is rael's Proclamation of IndeI>endence. autographed by Mrs. j Meir and Mr. Ben-Gurion, both of whom were among the ^7 signers on May 14, 1948. I lr. Leon Kronish of Temple Beth siuiloin and Dr. Irving Lokrniaa of Temple Kmanu-EI, > national chairman and cochalrj man of the Israel Bonds rabbinic cabinet, handled the invocation and benediction In flawi less Hebrew and English. I.eo Bernstein, executive vicepresident of Israel Bonds, and Mi'ton M. Parson. Greater Miami director for bonds who served as conference coordinator, tad completed the Israel Silver Anniversary observance without a hitch. But they already are at work for the 1974 Inaugural Conference, scheduled for Miami Beach to celebrate the attainment of more than $2.5 billions in sales of Israel Bonds, a drive launched in Miami Beach May 10, 1931, by then Labor Minister Golda Meir. Bess Myerson, Commissioner of Consumer Affairs for New York City, helped raise nearly S200.000 in Capital for Israel at a luncheon last Sunday at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Israel Bond Organization administers Capital for Israel, and the funds will be used to expand Israel's agricultural industry. With Miss Myerson at the luncheon were (left to right) Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple Sholom, Julian Venezsky, chairman of regions for Israel Bonds, and Leo Bernstein, Israel Bond executive vice president. Don't miss out on a good thing... 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jy March 9 1373 +Je*isii ikwidiann Page 11-C : • 1 %  ;<..h.. ;:iM.iiiiiiiitiii!iimtmirr MEICHELS by NORMA BARACB f "'I** '' *#TPI :'tlll flS*'* %  What to do with leftover turkey? That's always a problem, fee a large family turkey dinner never fails to produce leftovers. fe-e'i B Mn^f-tion which comes to me from my father, who |t> to try his hand occasionally in the kitchen. It will give you lain dish to serve perhaps in a buffet for entertaining corntry. Chicken can also be used as a substitute for turkey. TIRKKY PILAF dry mix 5 cups diced cooked turkey* 2 cups diced corned beef l-6oz. can mushrooms 3 cups white cooked rice 1 cup wild cooked rice hi tsp. thyme chicken broth from any mix cup chopped parsley cups celery chunks cup chopped onion cup pane margarine tsps. monosodium gultamate tsp. salt tsp. pepper cup chicken stock from cup s'ivcred toasted almonds Melt margarine in large kettle, add celery, onion, parsley, onosodium glutamate. salt and pr-ji]>er. Cook until celery is 4sp and tender. Add chick"n stock, diced turkey, corned beef Hit mushrooms with liquid. Cook white rice according to packer directions, substituting chicken broth for water. Cook wild pe according to package directions. Combine rice with turkey, iriK'd beef mixture in kettle and add thyme. Heat to serving mpcrature on stove or in oven. Turn into serving dish. Sprinkle Ith toasted sliced almonds. Makes 12-16 servings. jKoi chicken pilaf substitute diced chicken for turkey. £ -fr <* This i> a fruity cake that is moist and full of flavor. I'm your guests will like it with their coffee, as will the kids th a tall glass of cold milk. BA NANA-PINF.APPI.E CAKE cup margarine (softened) 'J tsp. salt cup sugar cupp pineapple-grapefruit 3 eggs juice cups flour 3 mashed bananas tsp. baking powder '^ tsp. lemon extract t-P baking soda 2 J cup chopped walnuts Cream margarine, .sugar. Add eggs and beat until fluffy. Add ban mas an.I part of the i'our. M:x well. Add remaining dry toil "' %  %  'an I mice. Mix until well blended. Add lemon extract ^Kul nutMeat for a feu seconds Poui into :;rca.sed 9 x 13-inch ^Han Hake at 3.V) for AA to 'Ui minutes, .. In response to many inquiries as to what "envelopes <>f Cho.olaU' are (acontained in the sour cream chocolate cake tecipc c••' a few weeks back I. they are pre-melted, unsweetened, baking chocolate. They are available in your grocery store in boxes containing eight envelopes. Look for them near the bars of unsweetened baking chocolate. Each one-ounce em-elope is the equivalent of one square from the baking chocolate bars. As for this week's recipe, it gives you somewhat of a new twist for a basic cut of meat, chuck steak. Serve it with a baked potato and a crisp, green, garlicky salad for a hearty meal. CHI'CK STEAK IX FOIL K 1 cup catsup "lash of garlic powder K cup flour 2 large onions ipeeled) [2 lbs. chuck steak 1 about 1 4 lemon inch thick! Slice onions an.1 lemon into thin ripsrs. Take about a threepiece of heavy-duty aluminum foil and combine catsup and fcmir and put half of the mixture on the foil, Put a few onion %  in us on top. then chuck steak which has been cut into five 01 ki> large pieces. Add garlic powder, then remaining catsup, more Inion rings and lemon rings. Fo'd the foil over and -lose tightlv. Cut in a baking pan. Hake at 4IS0 about 2 hours. Remove foil. s ut meat on serving platter and spoon lht sauce containing the ^nion and lemon 1 [ngs onto the meat. Serves four -..l ilts •it Here an two Interesting egcplant re Ires vhich come tome (from n cookbook recently published by the Batya Chapter of V -,.•'-; Women of Detroit. Organization cookbooks often conItain %  ne 0 the best recipes found anvwher since they are I led with personal favorites If you would like to se< n used 1 your group's cookbook. I'd be glad to peruse : elect some red] 1 s for this column, Just send the book 1, .. i n pare ol The Cleveland Jewish News, 13910 Cedar Rd.. t veland, Ohio 14118. EGGPLANT PARMIGIAXA 1 "geplant egm iapprox.1 bread crumbs vegetable oil onions stalks celery lb. butter 2 med. tomatoes (beaten) tt ^reen pepper 1 can tomato sauce '.a tsp. salt dash of pepper 2-3 slices American cheese i Peel and slice eggp'ant three-quarters inch thick. Dip slices in eggs and bread crumbs and then eggs again. Fry in oil. Pice onion"and celery and fry in butter at low heat. Dice tomato •and green pepper and add to onion and celeryWhen vegetables are soft, add tomato sauce, salt and pepper. Stir until smooth. Place eggplant in bottom of casserole. Pour sauce over and grate cheese on top. Bake in pre-heated oven at 400 ? for 35-40 minutes. EXTRA EASY EGGPLANT CASSEROLE 1 fairly large eggplant H stick butter 1 can cream of mushroom soup 1 can French fried onions Peel and slice eggplant into one-inch slices. Arrange a layer of the eggplant slices in a 1M. quart casserole. Top with some of the butter and some soup. Repeat this process until ingredients are used. Top with can ot onions. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Community leader Lillian Botki?s (left) was recently installed as president of the Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute Sisterhood. Serving with her will be (left to right) Anne Paul; Sophia Shapiro, vice president; Gertrude Kornblatt, treasurer; Trudy Ever, recoiding and corresponding secretary; Lillian Blumenfeld, financial secretary; Mildred Waldstein and Ethel Klein. Also shown are (left) Judge Norman Ciment, installing efficer, and Rabbi Sheldon Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath Israel. In The Mail EDITOR: The Jewish Floridiun: Those who condemn Israel for shooting at the Libyan airliner over Sinai follow an ill-guided liberal philosophy of condemnin;. the victims of assault and protect ing the criminals. They are the ones who would award a burglai iamages for injuries sustained .vhile breaking in. and who wouli prosecute a girl for injuring her •voiild-be rapist. The Libyan plane flew over a ,-lighly sensitive military installation. It bore the markings of ,1 •ountry that vowed, along with others, to resort to any kind of devious means to destroy Israel and to wipe out its inhabitants. Israel has had bitter experiences with terroi ists |M>sing as tourists who massacred innocent civilians. The airliner was intercepted and was ordered to land. It did not follow orders. What were the Israelis expected to think? This flight appeared to be another case ol terrorists bent upon carrying out their evil intent through subterfuge. Those who were responsible for maintaining th securitj • i| theii country had no choice but to shoot. The fault for this tragedy lies not with the Israeli defenders, but I with the Arab aggressors. K.il.l.i PHIXEAS A. WEBERMAX IT IS 100 year* since the birth of Israel's national poet. < haim Nachman Bialik. To mark the occasion. President Zalinaii Shaznr recently opened an exhibition of Bialik manuscript** and hooks In the lobby of the National Library building on the Hebrew University's Givat Ram Campus. Wildfire in the south. There's no future in it. Nearly hall ol a" toresi tires m the Souih are set on purpose By woods arsonists kids out for a thrill or grown men carrying out a grudge with matches II you d like to help prevent arson report it! advft.vnc v* <0"1nt'utCcl the pubi>c Rood Help Prevent Forest Fires in the South ^5? Stars Of 'Baxter' Feted At Premiere Here At the world premiere showing of "Baxter" at Wometco's Byron Theatre on March 1. three film's tars, Academy Award winner Patricia Neal, Scott Jacoby and JeunPierre Cassel made personal appearances at the theatre. Miss Neal was honored at the premiere as the recipient of the Miami Bea h Tourist Authority's Irst Golden Palm Award. Her 'Courageous battle to regain her health alter three massive strokes and her dedication in working with •)"ople who were similarly afflicted" prompted the TDA to select her for the award. The initial showing of the li!m •narked the beginning of "Baxter World Premiere Week'' which was proclaimed by Florida Qov. P.eubin Ask. w, and Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall. An Anglo-Kmi DistributorLtd. and Group W Film, the movie, a National General Pictures release. will continue its world premiere showings at the Patio. 163rd St.; Twin I, Dadeland: Bo;a Raton: Gateway, Port Lauderdale and Byron theatres. IEGAI NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 73-2660 X RE: \l>< IPTII 'N IF IEFFREY JOSEPH MINT /. BY ALFRED !•" XE8B1TT NOTICE TO ADOPT TO: OII.BERT MINTZ Lombard, Illinois and ro All. • iTHEB PERSl INS Tli. I'.nii I ALFRED !•" NBS BtTT i" adopt JEFFREY JOSEPH MI STZ ha* been fill '1 In thl* ausi Bald Petit "ill be presented i" thl* < ourl before Ihe Honorable ORAPY '. CRAWFORD i" In" Chamber* In (lie Dadc Counts Courthouse on April ". I ••7'!. at '.•:"" A M. Notice 1hereby riven i" nil those Interested In mid proceedings ol thr intended adoption. i:rtt.\KTT BOTH Attorney for AI.FKEP F. NE8BITT i0 Lincoln R.ind Miami Beach. Florida To be published four conaecutlve week* In th.Jewish Floridlan I |-1t-!3-S6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 72-6256 in RE: Estate nf HERMAN I. SHAW 1 '. 1 ased NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: -o -M' PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT You are hereby notified lhal %  written instrument nuroortlna lo be ihi last "ill and testament of said dvced. %  ni has licen iidmltted In alil %  % %  < %  Vou % %  •• %  • hnrehv commanded ivl*htn ( ..ix ah 1 dar months from Ihe date ,,,,|,,. o.-.i nuhlicntinn >•< this notli e | In nnpear In "aid Court mid *" ..„-.. |f im vou can. *'' %  • ,... 0.1 1 -..ii.-i i-> admM 1 Ina nl" „ ,o m prnhiiti -I u'd I ol -Innd re vi I., rl FRAVK B I'OWI I NO ;" >.-. I -1. -H \Rn '' URINKER Ct.rU ll'SCl'V •%  ITII • •• !•' IS ., .1 v i-i s i.V .' FE! I'M *N PA ... %  -t.' • %  %  %  ... 1,1.1.1 • h I • %  .1 % %  ila\ ••! Man I l!>73 • %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NUMBER 73-1388 (Formerly County Judge* Court) In RE: Estate ..f SADIE I I'BEI.I. [)tH-easi 'l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditor* and \:i Pel -• % %  11 in ,. Claim* or Demand* Afcatnsi s • d Estati You ai • hen by notlfb rt and ilred in riresenl an> i lalm* i which you ma> have aaatut late of SADIE I.I BB1 L di < late of Dade Countv. I-I .rlda, tn ,•„-,„,, Judtre* of Dade • ou file ih. same In dunllcate anil a* i""vlded In Section 7.13.16. Fk>rldH Statutes, in 'loir '-fii''— In the >,"""" Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, \. iihin ^ix calendar months rmm ihe lime ol ih.flwrt nubllcaUon hereor. or the same will be onm-a DHIPCI at Miami KlTi.ln. Un 'I"" ..f March. A D l7S ntviv: t tr.Ki.t. A* Executor Firm publication of this notice "n the .]." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICK is HEREBY OIVEN that ,,,.. unilerslsrned. deslrlna to enaajr. in hu-lnes* .11 !•• Ih. II "?;."""£„"' I ( -1. i VTRH' PKOFESSI. iNAIA S< 1* ,.. v r :s ,• x ,, 7J...I na ov Vllan Kin I. %  Cli-i .•..II 11 noli K BROWN V\P I \ / .\ |1 ,.,... vi vssorivTtoN S-...1 %  '' v ( > n a VIII i • -ili a rd 1 m K .... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No. 72-6053 CPark-r) (Formerly County Judge"* Court) [n RE Estate of ANITA K VINCENT. '" "NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  To All Creditors and All Persons Havin K Claims or Demand* vaalnst Bald You'are hereby noUfled and reaulred m preaenl any claims and demanaa which vou may have nenno;. H" late of ANITA F. VINCENT .1. ..-.-.I late of Dade County. Florida, to the Circuit Court. Probate Division, of r>ade County, uncl file ihe aame m i duplicate and ;•provided in Section jsi ii. Florida Btatntea. in thenorhe. in the County Courthouse in pade County. Florida wlWn *i\ calendar months from ihe ume of me first publication hc-r.-of. or Ihe s.,me w ill he barn ii .... .,_• o.w Dated at Miami. Florida, tnli MI day Of K.'lirunrv. A P : RICHARD K. VINCE*.T As Administrator ITA Flral publication of thla notice on thr 16 da* of February. IMS. HARRIS SIRKIM. P A. ^ m i Attorneys for Administrator t TA 5th Floor Hade Federal Bid*. | Miami. Florida 3.11.11 ^ „, t/> .,



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Friday March 9 1973 &&? *3ewiitncrlcfk%n Page 7-B RABBI SASFORD SHAPIRO merican University Lists tew Program at Tel Aviv U. inn ton April 1 Is the i I lion deadline for admission • An i lean Universitj 's new roa i progi am In I %  > ael al A i\ University for the 1973J „ acaiii mic year. : % %  11 month program, under n ction of Dr. Harvey Licber, \ n to :iii undergraduates atr illegi a in the Baltimoreington area. hureday Purim Party S St< rhood of Temple Beth lei is planning a meeting and party for Thursday, March at 7 ?.0 p.m. Reva Orimland And Rabbi Ever To Wed in June Rabbi and Mrs. Gimpol Orimland of Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, R*va. to Rabin Sheldon Norman Ever, son of Mrs. Trudy Ever and the late Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever founder of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Reva graduated from Mianr Bca.h Senior High S-hool and Franklin School of Science and rently employed as a medical secretary. Rabhi Ever, who graduated from the University of Miami and from the Hebron Rabbinical CoHege o' Jerusali m, Israel, as the youngest ordained Ral bi in America ''"' of 18. ii n i nt'j the spiritual r i %  Vsrudath Israel Synaue He ialso the executiv %  director of the Orthodox Van Hakashruth of Florida. A June wedding is planned. Rabbi Shapero To Moderate Panel Discussion Sisterhood of Temple Judea will hold its monthly luncheon meeting on Wednesday, March L'i. at 11 a.m. in the temple social hall. Following lunch. Rabbi Sanford Shapero, director. Southeast Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will moderate a panel ol imt n Including: Esther Kazer, princii al of Everglades School; Eleanor Schockett, an attorney; Priscilla Perry, a : rofessor; Elaine Bloom, community leader and president of National Council of Jewish Women, and Ruth Simons. M.D.. neurologist. Claudia Greenberg, the daughter of a professional. will respond. Program committee Includes Florence Baskin, Fllen Baum and Sophie Pinsley. Dedication of the Bonnie Soltz Laboratory in the chemical endocrinology department of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem brinqs together 'left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Soltz and two of their children; Mrs. Max N. Matzkin national president of Hadassah, and Prof Kalman J. Mann, direcior-general of the Hadassah Medical Organization. Hadassah Honors Soltz Daughter With Laboratory Monte Carlo Night The South Dade Hebrew Aendemy lias slated its third annual Monte Carlo night and auction for Saturday at 8 p.m., at Christopher Columbus High School. 3000 SW sTth \w. Galloway Rd. Gifts to be distributed are worth many tho sands of dollars and proceeds from the evening will be used to help Darents with their children's tuition JERUSALEM A laboratory in memory of the late Bonnie Soltz, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Soltz, formerly of Miami and now settled in Israel, was dedicated here in the presence of Mrs. Max X. Mat/kin, national president of Hadassah, and members of the national board of Hadassah present In Israel Bonnie Soltz died at the age of 18, shortly after immigrating to Israel. Her mother was for many years a leading member of Hadassah in Florida, serving as president of the Miami chapter, regional president and as a member of the national board. Funds to set up the laboratory were donated bv Bonnie's "many friends jn the Florida Region of Hadassah." Prof. David Rabin, head of the Chemical Endocrinology department at the Hebrew University School of Medicine, explained 'hat, in the Bonnie Soltz laboratory, work is being carried out j •>n problems related to two horI -nones which are vital for the I control of salt metabolism in the human body. Disturbances ol i these hormones may result in blood pressure being too low or too High. Mrs. Soltz said "It is some con' solation to know that her going by the love and devotion ol l .vill make it possible for others her friends that has shown itself to find life. We have been touched in this imaginative manner." First three members to be enrolled in the Cedars of Leba non Auxiliary 19?J spring recruitment (from left) Shirley Katzman, Cynthia Mackler. and Judy Weissman, are being welcomed b/ Gerri Panerali (right) director of volunteer services. The campaign for new auxilians was inaugurated at a coffee hosted by Mrs. Fred Schild. vice president of membership. My husband's a "perked coffee' Mayvin And we agree-Maxim tastes like perked coffee, because Maxim starts with fresh percolated coffee. Then it's freeze dried into big chunks of perked coffee. Coffee with character, rich, flavorful and satisfying—perfect for every coffee serving occasion! CERTIFIED KOSHER f MAXIM -The May win's favorite for fine coffee flavor



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n I I *c]Jewrah Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY Voiume 46 — Number 10 Miami, Florida — Friday, Marcr. 9, 1973 Three Sections f;ice ^o .or.to YVhatt happening here... REPORT TO THi COMMUNITY There is not a campaign leader in Greater Miami who does net believe that a SIS million dollar goal for 1973 is attainable and necessary. To date, our campaign stands at S5 825,000, which on a gill for gift basis represents a 14 per cent increase over the 1972 Combined. Jewish Appeal — Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. This underscores no; only oi belief that our goal is realistic; it demonstrates that once the lMmMfl of this Jewish community the fastest growing Jewish community outside of Israel are made awore of the life saving work of our 50 local, national and overseas agencies their commitment is total. Our 22 local agencies and services will be needing more money in the coming year just to maintain their present level of services. These agencies touch the life of every member of the Jewish community in the areas of health, education and welfare services. Their work is too important for us to say to them "^ ^ f "cut back." These agencies must be encouraged to ^^ m expand their present services and innovate new programs to meet the projected needs of tomorrow. We have said before that only when our Jewish mmunitf is strong and viable can we effectively extend our hand to Jews in need wherever they may be. But there is onother aspect to successful expansion. Only when our own community is provided for can we say that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is truly making Greater Miami a better place in which to live for all people. This feeling is at the core of the Federation concept ... as it s the core of 'Tiedukah' ... the Jewish approach to relating to our fellow men. There ore still many itdividuals who have not made a commitment to our 1973 campaign ... and we will be reaching them with the Federation slery in th upcoming weeks. Once they understand the scope of our community involvement, they, too, will join in making our SIS million goal a reality. Just as the v -rid Jewish community has promised not to let Israel down till Jewish community of Greater Miami is not going to let its next-door neighbors down. DR. LEON KRONISH Associate Generaf Chairman 1973 Combined Jewish AppealIsratl f mergence fund Campaign, I Greater Miami Jewish Federation's I 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal land Israel Emergency Fund Campaian Fla. Doctors Must State Religion, Race Mrs. Meir's TV Hints Increase Speculation On Remaining in Office The Florida office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith this week protested the Florida Medical Association's use of membership application forms which ask physicians to provide their religion and race. Burton Young, chairman of ADL's Florida Executive Committee, said the League has received comp'alnts about the FMA's application form, which asks prospective members for their "church affiliation" and "race." He said ". the FMA's collection and storage of this information on individual physicians is easily subject to abuse by those intent on religious and racial discrimination." He said a recent call to the FMA regarding the background of a Miami physician gained the response to a question about a doctor's religion that the doctor had not filled in that question. The FMA employee added "but I think he is Jewish.'" Arthur Teitelbaum, ADL's reContinued wn P$> 10-A C4UIIST LOSSES CERTAIN French Elections May Help Israel PARIS (JTA) — The first round in the French legislative elections seems to indicate that France's policy in the Middle East will drastically chance with the formation of the new government. Results of the first round seem to indicate that the Gaullist majority will form the next government, but will heavily depend on the supj>ort and backing of the center Reform Party led by Rouen Mayor Jean Lecanuet and Jean-Jacques ServanSchreiber. The Reform Party has made it crystal-clear in pre-election declarations that an improvement In Franco-Israeli relations is a basic issue of its program. Mr. Lecanuet and Mr. ServanSchreiber told the JTA a fewdays before the election that they will demand a switch in Franco's Middle East policy, a halt to the arms embargo, and a rapprochement with Israel. The two Reform Party leaders stressed that they will support the Gaullists and help them form a new government 'only on condition that tnc Reform Party program is adopted." During this week's vote for the election of the 490-member National Assembly, the left-wine Socialist-Communist coalition came to within four points of winning an absolute majority of the popular vote. Due to the complexities of the French electoral system, "hich provides for an election j Conference I Sets Mark : i \ For Bonds I I By GERALD SCHWARTZ In a moving address which was significant in her failure to discuss the Libyan plane or Khartoum terrorists incidents. Prime Minister Golda Meir again captured the hearts of world Jewry in Miami Beach Saturday night Speaking before a capacity attendance of 3,000 persons in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Meir Continued on Page 5-A in two rounds, all candidates who have won at least 10 per cent of the vote in the first round can run again. Th.> sysContimied On Pace 9-A JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israi ..are pondering this week whether Premier Golda Melt's remarks on an American television interview indicated that she plans to remain in office after this year's national elections, contrary to her often state! intention to retire. Responding to questions from newsmen on CBS-TV "Face The Nation," Mrs. Meir said that her political future would be decide-1 by her party. The Labor Party leadership. Continued on Pare 11-A Beirut Explosion Hits Haifa Ship TEL AVIV (JTA> — A Greek passenger shi'.> with 25'2 Israelbound American tourists aboard was disabled in Beirut harbor by a bomb explosion this week. The passengers. Baptists and Methodists on a Holy Land tour, were safely evacuated from the partially sinking vessel. El Al operated four special flights this evening to bring the passengers from Cyprus, wheiv they had been taken, to Israel. It was learned that the bomb, apparently concealed aboard the ship by Arab t er r o ri s t s exploded at about 11 p.m. Sunday night tearing a hole in the ship's hull. The vessel started to sink but managed to tie up to a quay. It was assumed here that the terrorists had intended the bomb to explode while the ship waa in Haifa but it detonated prematurely. The ship, the Sonion. is a regular caller at Israel, arriving at Haifa weekly fallowing a call at Beirut. She is under charter to Wholesale Tours International of Florida which arranges pilgrimages to the Holy Land for American cihurch groups. The pi'grims are flown to Cyprus where the Sonion picks them im for cruises to Turkish, Lebanese and Israeli ports. The vessel usually serves as their hotel while they take tours ashore. Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir is welcomed to Miami by Col. Jacob M. Arvey (left) and Samuel Rothberg for her appearance at the Inaugural Dinner which successfully launched the 1973 worldwide Israel Bonds campaign. Col. Arvey was toastmaster at the banquet which honored Mr. Rothberg Israel Bonds general chairman, before 3.800 persons at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Meir renewed Israel's quest for peace at the dinner.



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Friday March 9 1373 Jewisti rhoiridlkjn Page 5C Hebrew U. Women Gain 68 Life Members Here A p,oa] of 100 lifo members set by the Creator Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the 11. brew University has h>\ n two-thirds attained. Mrs Leon KM riL-.li reported Wednesday. Mrs. Kronish, president of the Hebrew University o! Jerusalem unit, said the women are working as a committee of hostesses for the National Tribute Dinner March 21 at the Eden Roc Hotel honoring Sen. Hubert II. Humphrey. A planning session was held at the Imperial House, with participants including Mrs. Mildred Horowitz, women's chairman in Chicago fui I he American Friends. Mrs Anita Hearshen, national director <•! the Builders of Scopus program of the American Friends. Introduced Mrs. Horowitz ami reported on progress of the Hebrew University projects on Mi. Scopus. Mrs Kronish liste 1 67 life mem-1 bers as Mis. Joseph I. Anton. Mrs.' Charles Charvowsky, Mis. Ida i Coopti. Mrs. Lillian Dubowy, Mrs Leon .1.'-' Mrs Jerrold Goodman, Mrs. Nathan E. Greenberg, Mrs. Walter Gruenberg, Mrs. Henry Harsch, Mrs. seph G. Kofrnan, Mrs. Mai ice L. Kutz and Mrs Max i.. i inc. Msa Mr*. Jenny Lundy, Mrs. Myer Mintz, Mi-Ruth Flait Mrs I.eo Robii -on. Mrs. Harry Rothen berg, Mia Betty Schaffer, Mrs Irving Schaffzin, Mrs. Rena J. Stein, Mrs. Philip F Thau. Mrs. Harold Thunnan, Mrs. Nathan Urovaky, Miss Miriam Vernick, Mrs. Ell Welner, Mrs Ida Weasel, Mrs, Helen Winarick, Mrs. Sophie Wolson and Mrs. Morris Mill"'. Al>o Mrs. Herman Kaufman. Mrs. Frank Fierson. Mrs. Kate Meidenberg, Mr*. Jacob Katzman. Mrs. David Ponve, Mrs. Jack S. Popkk, Mrs. Clara Denner, Mrs. jean Harrison. Mrs. Mortimer May. Miss Esther Goodman. Mrs. Joseph George Kofman and Mrs. Abraham I. Topol. ALso Mrs. Maximilian FeMstein, Mis. A. Harold Murray. Mrs. Ida G. Wernick. Mrs. Fannie Krmple, Mrs. Ely Malin. Mrs'Trtioy RamerschlaK. Mrs. Frieda Cohen. Mrs. Philip Zwiling, Mrs. Ruth G. Fauer. Mrs. Sara H. Gould. Mrs. Irene F. Gurney and Mrs. Herbert Lowcnstein. Also Mrs. Saily Koppel. Mrs. Addic Himmel, Mrs. Margaret Erslein, Mrs. Nancy Weiss. Mrs. Joseph Fishman, Mrs. Morton Fishman. Mi's. Meyor Resnick, Mrs. Benjamin Rappaport. Mrs. Myer Harris, Mrs. Regina Richard, Mrs. Bella Stein. Mrs. Jane Rottenberg. Mrs. Jennie Cohen and Mrs. Harriet Hammel. Miami Beach Swastika Ban Ruled Unconstitutional Circuit Court Judge Grady Crawford has struck down a Miami Beach city ordinance as unconstitutional that bans the wearing of swastikas or Communist insignia. The Dade judge ruled that the weafTnty-ftT an arm barid *as a political symbol is a right pro: tected by the Constitution." His decision overturned the con', viction in Miami Beach municipal court of Matt Koehl. leader of an i American neo-Nazi party. 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Friday March 9 1973 +Jenisti ncrScFmn Page 3-A • %  f Hebrew U. Friends Name 4 Torch of Learning Laureates Four American Jewish communitj leaders, two loom South Klorbaye been named 1993 Toi ii. of Learning Laureates by the •' %  :r Frli nds ol i ho Hebrew i : sity i lie men will be pre•rinc their national aai ds ni •InTi il it • I tinner March 21 ;it the i:ii-n Roc Hotel honoring Sen. 11 • H. Humphrey. Mas M. Kampclman of Wash'., t'chard Levy i -h Math in i Nati-1 ShaiH and Lewis E. Zoi n -1 iami B 'ach will receive the 'in. -'i of Learning fcsigna• the banquet at which Son. wil receive the 1973 -' • Mr. Zorn, a truate ol the Mount ?inni !.' leal 'enti .. i< a memi the National Board ol V". i -,-.n Friends ol the 11 n Univenuty. Tho Temple Beth Shotom me m be r is tamer president anil ishief executive officer oil Mvron Brodie, Federation JVeep To Be TV Guest I Myron J Brodie. executive vice' president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will lie the Icatured guest on 'The First Estate." Sunday. He will speak on •'The Jewish Community of Greater Miami Comes of Age." The interfaith program will be aiu-d on Ch. 4 at 8:30 a.m.. and at t>:!'iO p.m. the seme day on Ch 2. l-'i %  (! %  ration, which has been called the "central address of Miami's Jewish community," sponsor* the annual Combined Ji A i! Appeal Israel Knie % %  n. \ F m.l i 'a npaiin, This year's CJA [EF goal Is $15 million from these campa ns i pi ipporl 50 local, nal lonal and ,,•. i >as social welfai e a tencii s. lui %  i;. -two ol tin Be agencies and lei i ai e Miami-basi d. The .'' %  i M cormnunity of Greater Miami is the fifth largest j ivish communit> In the United States ami the fastest growing Jewish community outside of Israel. The First Estate is sponsored by the Catholic Archdiocese, the Metropolitan Fellowship of Churches and the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami in an effort to foster better understanding among Miami's religious communities." Along with moderator Rev. Luther C. Pierce, a consultant to the National Conference of Christians and' Jews, Mr. Brodie will discuss the role and needs of the GMJF in the Greater Miami area. NATHAN SAfRAN Bruck-Collegiate Outfitting Companies, a subsidiary ol American Ho.-pital Supply CorpMr. Shafra.l, chairman of the Cleveland Chapter ol the Vmerican Friendis gem ral chairm in ol the Israel FondCommittei in Cleveland, A board memtx Park Synagogue and a dire tor i I Si ibui I n rununitj Ho* he iexecutive vice president ol Forest City Enterprises, Inc., and chaii man ol the board ol F.C.I Dillon, Inc., a w holly ow n< d subsidiary. II" ia nationally recognised authority on factory-t>roduced housing and components, lumber purchasing and shelter marketing. Dr. Kampclman. who earned his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Minnesota in 1951, is a New York and Washington attorney who serves as chairman Of the hoard of trustees Of WFTATV, the dgea#r Wasringtjw Educational Ti le\ Ision Association, •InciHoih an ow B sa w ial vh. %  ('%  >. lege of the Virgin Islands, wa: advisor to the United Stati •iiIon to the l nited Nations 6 and :ii(>7. and v hoa • I >pi w as i n.-o ship in the Media.' hairmen of the group arc Mil had A. Blimej and I.ari\ 1. Hi i, In harge o| information is lack Franki n-t. in. cystic Fibrosis Chapter Office in New Location S i I : %  i ha i C\ -li. i 'i irosis has rtowd to a ne '• local ion at 2 i %  Ponce de I.e. MI Bl\ d., i i lables .... B Klu i ti dh ceto %  TI i %  me n i*er, rcmnii a lie. TinSouth 1 i iapt es'Kinsil !• %  : ind-i isii public infoi matii n aeth itics I'm ( \ stir '•"'' 11 • %  ; H I." %  • i Mini arei in South Florida cncompasi Napli -. Fort Myers, Ki j V lHI t Piei re. 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Fridcjy March 9 1973 ,1 +.knisl> nrridftcyn Page 7-/3. Rabbi Weinschneider To Be Feted Mar. 18 Rbbi Abraham Woinsehncidor. | rabbi emeritus of the Jacob s! Cohen Community Synagogue, ADL Seminar To Discuss 'Key' Role :\:, Miami for the occasion. The banquet is lning sponsored by the Jacob C. Cohen Comi irAinity Sl-naitojrue on behdif ofJ the Greater Miami Jew ish Federal ion's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. The Honorable Michael Shashar. I Consul of Israel in New York, will be guest s|* aker at toe cunt. which Will also he keyed to the celebration of Israel's 25th Anniversary. Leonard Zilr>ci t is peneral chairman of the event Serving on the committtee arc: Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader of the community synagogue; Jacob Cohen, president; Ben D. Wilson, chairmai. ot the board: Alfred Lieber. .Sol Krevat. Isadore Rrafman and Alex I.ittman. Reservations may be made at the office of the synagogue. 'Key 73" and its Implication-' for the Christian and Jewish Com-' munlties" will i„. the topic of the March meeting of the Anti-Defa-| nation Li ague's monthly seminar I on religious education. The ses-! rtan.wiM .bMTirc.lay awi-nin* a t : Temple Beth Am. Tlie seminars, now neering their -> :ond ycarol continuou< monthb meetings, Involve representatives trcm more than 15 Miami area Caiho'ic, Protestant and Jewish I and most of the participantan professionals in the field of religious education. Burton Young, chairman of ADL's Executive Committee, said th'' seminal.s provide a forum in .\hi-li rhe*0 mvo'vd in denominational education programs can meet together lor the purpose ol sharing problemand ideas related to religious and school pro. igrams. Mr. YouiiT said Christian and J.'wi-h |iarticipants have had frank and enlightening exchange <> views, a prvxe-Which ha 1 -ix-enhanced by the sense of continuity which the %  minar has developed over th" past !'-• years congregations. The seminars are specifically tle.itmed for persons Involved in church and synagogue programs, Drug Rehabilitation Topic At Voters Meetinq Voters. Inc.. will meet on TuoI day at S p.m. in the Washlngtoi Federal, 1234 Washington AM Harry Levy is president. (i,v<\ spep.kers wiX be vio •nyor of Miami Beach, Robert %  oodrr.an: County Commissioner ilarvey Ruvin, and Mrs. Marian JaiTCtt who-itopic will be "Drn. I'.c habilHation KARRI WKINSCIINKIDKR will be honored at a traditional "ni m Seudah banquet on Sunday. Match IS. at the Kden Roc li.'t-": Rabbi Weinschneider, now living in Jerusalem, will fly info Spinoza Forum Meets Spino/a Forum tor Enlightenment, meets every Thursday at 10 a.m.. at 12-14 Washington Ave, Dr. Abraham Wolf son ifounder and director, Arnold Kleiner. .•hairman, Tell as! your | troubles We listen BEST! The world belongs to people with skills ORT's vocational training equals freedom, security and dignity SERVICE > EIPERT ADVICE We ail have troubles, at least once in a while. You try to forRCt them and think of all the ble--ings of life instead. Things like warm sunshine in January and cool breezes and .ill th* good personal things each of us has ... like being part of a family... or -.melling the ro-e in the living room vase, or holding the hand of someone who loves you. But... sometimes you get troubles that love can't cure. When you get money troubles, life gets rough and no one stems to care. In time 1 like that, tell US vour troubles MAYBE WE CAN HELP CALL 534-1577 or stop in YOU TALK, WE'LL LISTEN. WE RE THE rARNER BANR Ot MUMI HI M n • JO WASHINGTON VNUt "PROFESSIONALS IN AUTO LEASING V0R()VER20Yl : .ARS EXCELLENT • HONESTT • lEPENIallLITV REPLACEMENT V ^* / CAR M^LS • FRIEMLINESS WIVING PUASUM GET ALL THIS AND MUCH MORE I WHEN YOU LEASE YOUR 1973 CAR FROM AUTO LEASING, INC. Immediate Delivery ALL MAKES AND MODELS 12-36 MONTH LEASE DADE 532-5421 BROWARD 525-9300 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: 1545 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI IEACH join WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT ORT (ORGANIZATION FOR REHABILITATION THROUGH TRAINING), THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING AGENCY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE, OPERATES 700 VOCATIONAL INSTALLATIONS IN 22 COUNTRIES OVERSEAS Women's American ORT 4200 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 757-2539 i I am interested in joining WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT. My name is Address City State Zip Please Send Coupon t* The Wemen's American ORT, 4200 cayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla. 33137. Bis



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Page IOC vJewlsli nnrlctian Friday, March 9. 1S73 American Jewish Congress Rejects Navy's Reply on Key 73 Support By Special Report NEW YORK The American Jewish Cnngrr-ss tTiis; weeK* rejected as a "contradiction in terms" a statement by the Navy that its support of the year-long evangelical campaign known aa "Key "73" in "no way implies prosilytizim; efforts." "Key '73 is a proselytizing effort. That is its whole point. Hence, 'support' of Key '73 h bound to be viewed as support of proselytization." the Congress wrote to Capt. James J. Killcen. Deputy Chief of Navy Chaplains. adding: "The constitutionality of the chaplaincy service cannot be defended if its functions include proselytization. Its sole acceptable function is supplying the spiritual needs of those American citizens ,_wllP are serviijg .11 the-Armed Forces." The exchange of letters between AJ Congress and members of the Navy Personnel Bureau came in the wake of a memorandum sent on Department of Navy letterhead to "Navy Chaplains and Denominational Endorsing Agents." describing Key 73 as "a great ecumenical evangelical emphasis calling upon Christians to reach out in obedience to the Great Commission. "The participating churches will be active in promoting Key '73 within their own fellowships, and we will be as supportive as possible within the Naval Service," I stated the memorandum. It was : dated October 1972 and headed. "Notes from the Chief." Rear Admiral F. L. Garrett is chief of chaplains. Georgs W. Valentine, vice president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association, was to be the featured speaker at the monthly meeting of the Florida Committee, Sports for Israel, at the Moulin Rouge Motel, on Thursday at 8 p.m. Askew Proclaims Eye IJiiiik Week; Lions Club Ac! week is beii ted as F la ins Eye Bank Week, n of Gov. Reubin As' %  : : ui. pioclamation cn' al en izens 01 Flor s nsi ler the gr at gift they car. bequ othi r human be1 bj oming a donor in this imendable program." Through the Florida I.ions Eye Bankprogram, almost 1.900persons toda> enjoy restored sight as B 1 suit al transplant sur:I The Eye Bank, a community service project, is sponsored by the Lions Clubs of Florida. It is dedicated to a concept of sight \ restoration through corneal transplant surgery, research into the many bleeding diseases that are prevalent today, and to teaching and pathoiogy. Individuals wishing additional information may contact the Florida Lions Eye Bank. 1638 NW 10th Ave. Miami 33136. We" need you. if you can spend some time, jtven a few hours, with someone (who needs a hand, not a handout, call your local Voluntary Action iCenter. Or write to "Volunteer," Wtthington. DC. 20013 The National Center tor ^ffir AWuntary Action. ^r Annual patron's dinner-dance committee for the 1973 affair celebrating Beth David Congregation's 60th anniversary are from left to right (seated) Dr. Eliott Gordon, Mrs. Albert Beer, Mrs. Harold Berke, Mrs. Maxwell Waas and Mrs. Isaac Serure. Left to right (standing) are Sam Ostrowsky, Albert Beer, Charles Spingarn, Harold Berke, Maxwell Waas and Isaac Serure. The event is slated for Saturday in Beth David's Spector Hal!. fit P&O Flagship Canberra Sailing March 26 "Posh" in dining means cuisine to whet a gourmet's appetite. Passengers making the Canberra's maiden voyage from Port Everglades will enjoy both fine cuisine and service. The 10-day cruise to the Caribbean will leave Port Everglades 0:1 March 26th. r that the company invented it. Those taking the Match 26th cruise from Port Everglades on the Canberra will find so many posh features, It's difficult to list them all. To start with there .that 79.000 square feet of open deck space. Then there are the staterooms. Every room on the ship — even those without private bath — is fully air-conditioned, has hot, cold, and iced drinking water; sink, universal razor socket, toiletry cabinet, two beds, lots of drawer and closet space and cabin service that has been called the be.it in the world. ^ Your room steward may bx from Mangalore or Nottingham '%  He'll consider it a point <1 hon-j or to keep your room as fresh every day of the cruise as it was the moment you boarded. Anil there is a wonderf".'' custom on P & O ships that .lys you simply must have juice, tea or coffee, and biscuits in bed before you go to breakfast in the dining room. Canberra has 12 majrr public rooms. All posh. Ali yours. Tbftre are two nstauranH with banquette:, fantastic aboriginal art carvings, an Australian war canoe, and service, napei •/ and lood that are the envy >f most landlocked resorts The Meridian Room has .1 sculptured reproduction of the Sydney Opera House skyline as its chandelier and the cozy Century Par around the corner, out of sight. The unique Midships Pool on Games Deck has many parqueted terraces around three sides that give it a unique "amphitheatre feeling. The Bonito Club ^fip, next to the poo! has a honeycombed glass ceiling, translucent tabletops and a glass wa'l that slid'-s into the floor so you can dance right outside under the stirs and still hear the orchesc.a Three decks up a beautiful marble and aluminum spiral staircase from the Meridian Room is the Crov s Ne-• a relaxed room with m*) chairs, •10 picture windows with a ISO degree view of the sea a woi .ing compass, relief maps of Sydney and Suuthamption harbors and replicas ol buoj channel markers. The Alice Springs Room evokes memories oi the Australian outback with i's col irful mosaic-patterned walls, rattan chairs, settees and white marble bar. You can spend many happy hours looking into Canberra's other public rooms. Posh is as much a state of mind as anything ; -'' Canberra's stafl and crew ha\e been ti ait 1,1 to think ol all h< 1 I isengen as pos 1. Whetht 1 you !' 11 .... pampi 1 I by y dining room steward, wati a deckhand tightening a line, discussing the ship's .sped with one of the engine ci\\v or being shown the proper way l< make a Gin and ii" by one -f the staff in one >. the < I watering spots aboard, you'll boon come to know that mooting, greeting ami serving pnasengers i> more 1 way of life than a job at P& O And ym ; nderstand the m 111.114 oi posh a little i tter too. Canberra, Flagship of P


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rrch 9 1973 fJenisti ncrkfifur Page 9-B LEGAL NOTICE OF APPLICATION )R TAX DEED Ir '2-263-Acti of 1972 file No. 73 A 13 f97 FS> 1372 Supplement orda Statutes 1971) l> iii.i:::itv GIVEN thai i HI. Trustee holder m .,:•• Certificate No 773ii • Ja) "I June. A.I i. 197U. \\ IM> TjW I'nil LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTiCE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,.-..,£.!/"A CTION NO. 73-3459 I num.with 111 GENER_AL JURISDICTION DIVISION Courl '-, I >;i.l. NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKREIIV OIVEN thai the uiiderHlKii<-d. desiring li engage ir. business under the fictitious nami ol KEG II \i: Ml 11102 X \\ 7; \vi iiu< ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MAWRtAO* iiade appliration for a IN' RE: THE MARRIAGE "F i. Issued thereon Said JOHXXV EARL LOCK LEAK the fi ,lln\\ IIIK and ;M the Count) of 'i..\i:.\ I.OCKI.EAR M la ml, PI i Intends t< Clerk >n n i. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROSATE No. 73-183 GEORGE E. SCHULZ da. to-wit |i : Hampton Park, ip _-.' '.v. Section SI, South, Range 4" |riK 14 acre* more III., i '(unity nf I i...l. ., | rinw "as been fll. f Hi.t'lrcuil F'oi EDWARD S. MAKOWSKJ Miriam Rcckerman m •> — Attorney for applicant 1993 s W !lrd Avi nue Miami, Florida 2 23 a ir,i In RE: EKtate • •< MA I'RICE MIOATZ, I I-. %  %  I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 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; Estati of BENJAMIN BOG \l:T dec. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE LIHCUII COUR T QF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-559 JOHN R. BLANTON r lea to was it. th. "'' written defenses, If any. to it op •_ ,.,.-. R ,,_7 !" ,' ,„„ ABE Miss, attorney for Petitioner. IIKUTHT SCHATZ %  • it ahall he rewhose address is m x w I.,I, A .... ',':,,. :,,i ... ...... \1, ... l.-l....,,!.. .....I ,;i. .1, „ I '.,.1 ,'1 To All Creditor* I AI l'i % \\-.i\t V rn M S W ed fl Brtt nntt AH fersw H Ilia Clalmi oi Demands Against Said '">-' Claims or Demands Again, Estate: K late: Vnu are hereby notified and reaulred V..u are hereby notiried and r. I resenl an) claims and demands "• '" ; claims and del uhlch you ma) have against the •-which you ma) have aKalnai th. estate of MACRICE MIGATZ lie 1 f" e "' HEXIAMIX BOOAK1 di I late ..I Dade County, Plorida, Circuit Judges of bade Count! I late of Dude County, Plorida. i Clrcull Judges of Dnde County fill the sam tided in s III! ami Plor I.Count), ne in duplicate and as pro",' V"-' ; '-""' "' 'i'"',": :" %  ,•""", %  .-.-ti.-n 733.1B, Plorida Slatv 1 1 '" Section ..! rlorlda Sti.tCounty "''•*• '" """ ('"Ullln'U I, m law, tinpr iperty ..ill he sold to the i-li at the .in i pal Sifonda) in ih.vvhieh la Hi-ml I >• :'." A M dnj "i Pi bruary, I p DRINKETt %  %  nit l "ourt, u iv. Plorldn ildslrand D.i :: 2-9-t-23 nue. Miami. Plorida and file the original itli the %  I dnal with th.clerk of Hi. nbove T \n ,-.n, lyled ...un or on before March 2J. T *,! \S£l rt, r and A '*''•"' Hav day of Man*. A.D. IHTI1 (.-••. .lh M .l ,t.. .*....!. .. ;.i .. .... I"'* I;. nil.l Utea. in their offices in ill. Courthouse In Dad.County, Kluridi... within six calendar mnntht from the ",'.""" time of the flral puhlh-ation In i f. or the sa ill be barred. Dated al .Miami. Florida, this l-i C P. ItRINKEH As Clerk, Circuit Court Ii.nl. County. Plorldn K. R .1 FOV \s Deputy Cli i k 11 nvuii *'.'urt Seal STl i\'E ... SOSTCHIN Abe Koss ] 11 \ \\ 12th Avenue Mln mi "lorlda CF APPLICATION )P TAX DEED |r 72-26i-Act of 1972 File No. 73 A 12 S" FS' 1972 Supplement jr.oi Stitutet 1971) |j> HERERY (ilvEN thatl Attorney for Petitioner Trustee holder nfl %  : :: *-• Vrllflcati No 77 :i f June, \ !• I9T. NOTICE NDER FICTITIOUS %  %  • %  th' Tax %  NAME LAW • aPPjl I a I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that be --ii. 'I Ih.-reoi Said I the underslaned. deslrlna to engage |n the tfdlouiiia uebusinest under the fictitious name of the Count) ol TARt' MAOAKINK al ll N.W. -7ili i, lo-wlt: I Avenue, Miami. I'l.i Intend In rearia..r X'>'f N'i ter said name with thi i lerk of Hie if si:' of NE'i AKA I Circuit Court "I Dadi County, Florin -:. Trums %  <'"' v Ida Township %  : l: \ri. i: OI.IV \ r,n I East, roiitalnlns JOSE 1 l-AZAUA %  "'. leas, the %  ,.r Floi Ida i-lded in Section 73S.16. Florida Btatin--, in their offices in Hie County Courthouse in Dad* Counts Florida. .viihin six calendar months from ihllme --I the i IT-i publication hereof, -i Hi. same Will be barred NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW XiiTTfK IS HERERY (ilVEN Hint '"FIWU,^ a'm.^rlda. this iiuun, ,..,_-;,,,.„„, „„ „..„_, n As Executor 1^:. :>,), s,,, .... Miam, ,:. ,, ,, Florida First publication of this noltce on ih. 23rd day of February, 1973. ARE K> 8S Attorney for Estate lot N.w. 12th Avenue. Miami. Flo 2 : %  ;: 3 2-9-H i aid n pert) uniuli wa In 'Ii-' %  -on • ale shall hi law. the propMill Isold • for rush al 'the in-' Moi da> I, IS73. i^ I 1973, al : i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO 73-4014 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE lii ill.matter of: '.: ,, ... r, Adoption of Minor Children hy Sti pfathi • iE< ilMIE \\ -\ I.DSTEIN. Pel Itloi i Intends In reKlater said name %'iili tin Clerk nf ilnClrcull Courl of [>ade County, Florida GARY ASSi IC1ATES INC a Florida corporation B) Harry White, President Nelson & 1". Idman. P A Attorneys for • larv \--.n-i .'..s. fne. 11::.". Ix'atn 'oncoui Miami Beach, Florldn I nay „f Februar) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS TO V. h)to Oroussiol NAME LAW |'ii llnx 1213 X'lTli't: IS HKRKin lilVEN that Nicosia I'vprus the unden iirm-d, di Irl II l enane< Ii YOI*. NEnPIIYTfiS DROI'SSIOTIS under the ficlitlous mi mi of are hereby notified thai H Petition for CASSETTE CITi al • N.W IH Adoption has been riled in the above n • Miami, PI .'••Intends i styled Court by OHORfiE IVAI.D• I name xx;11 %  the Clerk of STEIN, for the adoption ol tIn iln Clrvuil Courl ol i i.nl. fount) i-hildren. namely. Menelaos Lee DmusPlorida n w in II \ vi OCR 2-16-23 %  %  ireit< IIR1NKER u i 'ourt, %  uni Florida %  iSu Istrand l> C • • S< 3 3-9'i-. and Anul Droussrotis, and .<-u I nr.hereby r. nuir. ,1 to serve a copy of your answer or pleading lo shov %  ause win* .-: i"l Petition should nol IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-673 FRANK B. DOWLING In RE Estali "I I.II.I IAN PEINRERI! l„ NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'I, ditors and All l'i r-.-nHaving i laiin.or Demands Agnini Said Estate: Y'u are hereh) notified and refiulred tin t.. present nn) claims and demands which you ma) have agninsl ilnestate ..f LILLIAN FEINIIERH di eased late "i Dade Count), Florida 11 ihi Cou ly lade Counl V, P diar months fr.-m Hie time of ill. rirsl publication nr the sam.will !• barred Filed at Miami. Florida, tliis12 -lay nf February A D 1973 HANNAH HI K3AIIT AExe.-utrlx First publication of this notice "n the bull day of February. 1973. Harr) Zuki inli-k Am.i in Executrix Ij'i I.in. i.in Koail Miami Ueu.il. Florida ::::1 .:•' 2/1B-23 NOTICE OF ALTIUN 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 MARKIAC1E i >l". PE1 llll I SANTIACll I, JR., Husband ami KAN!' 'XV SANTIAfR '. Wife Yi i KAMI IN A SANTI Mil I i:, :. ,i ; mi n YOI' ARE HBRBR> V" '' that an net lot r Dlsmluli I Marled na -I \*..u an ri 'iu ; d "' \ our '' PRIEDM VN AND I.IP' ON 3737 %  .-. x\ %  %  Stliti !"' %  M %  i.l.i 33134 IHH-'HJ i. uli ilncli rk i ... r befoi i %  n for Unrelii %  i Tins %  %  i-i d1 ill IPUbli.aih week fm >UI eonsecu I i„ THE IE ISH PLtlRIDIAN \A ITN ESS m) hand nil I ,.f -ni.i a%  ,• Miami, FI I 2 da? • Feb 1973. Itlt'H ,i:n P IlKINKEIt \ Clerk, Clrcull Courl l ..: ouniv. Florida i.. i: M KISSKE I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP TA< DEED I Chapter 7:-.'63-Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 11 (Chapter 197 ~5; 1072 Supplement to Floi JI Statutes 1971) NOTICE i.!:i:Y ISIVEV Hint 'junty Ta %  ..: June, A 11 .... in llle Tax Collei % % %  'i .. •Ii application f'"' ,,, hi -in %  Ihi %  • ii Said ,. ih, follow ,!i: 'If iln Count] Ol .MI: „. vv :n fi ..i N" -S4x l.-l, ,| ,.X L'.". fl 12 Truman I 11 Township % %  "• g.. i East, contalnlnK |i %  in the t,, %  i. stale of Florida smei I of said i" rty i Kfii uti w ain Hi-' • i • i., ||, .... %  .. Ed nn ate .-hall he rr Ing •.. law, iln i" i" "' mil be sold %  f Had. I'.-unl) reg ih.Circuit Court Florida MARK l A RI iMKRi • ARMANDO PEREZ _• lfi-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 73-3679 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN l:i: THE MARRIAtlE • >F ALBERT ARTILES Petitioner in .VV'X'M VRIE \RTI1 i:s Ki • i Inl Ti i I ii INNA MARIE ARTILES i I. s..in Iv I' 1 13 M %  Sprli i \,,r VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED %  ..... ^solution %  Mai granting said adoption WITNESS my hand and seal al Miaou. Bade County. Florida, this 20 tlav of Feb.. 1973. KU-HAKD P. BR1XKEH i ierk of Clrcull Court li.nle County, Florldn By It. M KI8SEE Benut) Clerk JERRY A IH'RXS Ai tnrnct for Petitioner :..ixiii\ National Haul. BulldlllB Miami. Florida 83130 2 23 :: g-9-lfl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NO. 73-3949 COMPLAINT TO QUIET TITLE NOTICE OF ACTION. CHARLES UERTI.ER. and Mil. p \ (iERTLER his wife PI llll's. ALL OF THE HEIRS. DEVISEES. LEGATEES, AXD THE CiR VXTEES iln 13th Bated al Miami. Ploriiln .lav .,f February. A I' 197.1 MYi: \ FE1 DOItEIIER \Executrix Pirsi publlcall I this I otlce %  in.'uli day of \I.II. h %  .; %  • %  %  • >\ 171: IVEIXSTEIX ,xSTACKER P A. Ilv: SHERW'IN ST VI'RER. ESO AM. .in. \ for l-7-i.i i I Ih. II Felnherg. di i -I :".' Lincoln Road ; i.i.. 23 -::.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN Ihnl ih.. undersigned, desiring to engage business under the flctillous name "f I EN REALTY al S nue, Opa Locka, Fla. Intends i" register sni.l nami with thClerk of thi I'ir.uii Courl "I Dnde County. Plorldn LEI i.NARI' PECHEN IK % %  ni-2:t-3i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKHEJ.IY IHVEN t Ih,. u :. i.-sirmi: In %  i. II -ui i. r ilnfictitious ii \ I-. -. \ i • \.\Y 34lll am I... Count) Floi Ida Inti • mte with Ihi Ihi i In un • 'Ui : "I" Bail' I %  %  Florida. FLORIDA AIT" PAINTINtl M Bj Moi ton li Rtu en. Pri Id. nl KOMMEl Hi lOERS. I.ORBEH .x SI 117 X K.MAX 4j" Lincoln Road Miami Hi .i.h. Floi Ida i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ^ggggggg*, ,. :, „ f.,,. I --,,lii! ,.|i i.l \| if1.1 .' %  -. i r. r..-. .. .I i i i i i i i IN I n c ^ r r.<„ i^ T i.vuni ^r i %  scriWBl..' 11 '"' '" •, 1 > ., nl VSSI.iXri.lS. I.IP.M'KS. .ilKI.ITOKS.! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU g.est i .,'„',. TRUSTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS. IN AND FOR ^B*o< ...',,„„ .1. V IMIM: IIV. TIIKI'I-:!!. I NI'Kl: DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA T. >R AOAINST CATHERINE BARCASE NO. 71-24828 ivofAp. u. KARA Ma. RAE. ALSO KNOWN \s NOTICE TO APPEAR Datad I'. CASSIE II. MucRAB. DEi'EASED BY PUBLICATION '71. v-,-,-,. '•" %  above AND AHAINST ALL PERSONS HAA MILDRED STRAI'CH. %  > ... Maul, L-J., IXI; .i: .1 MMix.; AN x I;I.:H ,.,. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV V I \ i liana •' %  ,| U undersigned, desiring b ,.,,. ,. -. u |e, he flctltlou' SEYMOCR I" 'TEL AND \l BNTS al i ".,">• %  • Miami Bern h. Plorida Int, I -,,isaid name with the Cl i 'in i, • %  a Bade uni II ,XCl ICK INDI'ST ,1 Plol i \\, | .. -;. I II • BVltX, VI. e I'I X. I-..i, ,X Pi P A \ il Industrie) Inc. 1133 K .ii ursi Mi. un 331.il ~l• u • %  1 ,, 1 Florida p 1 D.i pui ?, 2-9 u't xx ill %  e'n-lTITI.EOR INTEREST IX THF REA1 ,.,'.;, vnu I.I 111, relief dePROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED. MASON MOSI.EY ,,'." \i ;,'/:, %  T„,:IIK„:SI.KV,;E _NDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEKEIIY OIVEN Ihnl s ring to i ngage |o di • 'i.ililous name .-f t>\ ; 3*33 fl W. xih Street. mi. inm reglsti i sni.i |h the Clerk nf the Clrcull Bade I" iintx Floi Ida in I:\AL ,-k.ri.. [ f... appli, nnl : %  .! Avi nue 2 2", }.9-lfi |CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai Csla t 'i. siring In engage under thifictitious name Btl-;iAPARTMENTS al I "i KIMI, Miami Reach. I It,, register said name with the the Circuit Courl of Dadi iFlorid ,KV ASS, iCIATBR. IX' i n Florida nrporation Harry White. President K hand and inn senl ol said i-ourl ai Miami, Florida on thl*| lary. RICH VRD r BIHNKER A fieri '. >',i I lade Countv. Florida U, r p COPEI AND \. 11, nun Clerk (Clrcull Courl Seali STi >NE .x SI ISTCHIN 101 N.W. 12th AM Miami. Florida 33123 Attornei for Pi litloner ; %II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE DIVISION NO. 73-772 NOTICE TO CREDITORS • I In RE: Estate o( JEAN .IIXIillA I leceased T SEE, I El : VTEES \ND TH E GRANTEES. \SSH1NEES. I IENI IRS. I'ltl-'l >ITI IRS. TRCSTEES OR 'Til 171: i'i V \i \NTS Cl AIMI x,: BY, THROCOH CNDER HI AO \1XST CATHERINE BARBAR \ Mai I! \ 17 A I BO K xi i\\X AS '' \SSII-: i: Mai R \ 17 I >E CEASED l\'|i A,: MXST ALL PERSONS HAVING OR ri AIMING ANY RIGHT. TIT1.K OR INTEREST IX THE RBA I. PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED. I" Wll Trait Nine r.u "f Block One (li • Section Thirty (301. Township Flftv-seven r.71 South, Hani;.. Thlrtv-nlne (191 F.nst nf MIAMI ., LIN'P I >T7\'1-7I orMKXT COMPANY'S Stil'-'lix isinn. according In B man made by the Rlaravne Engineering Comnany C E and recorded In n.n Book R, on Page l'i in the Office of the Cli rk nf ih, Circuil Courl in and f"i Dade NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS lllgli II NAME LAW III fi %  NOTICE IS HEREBY '• ''I'll. MASI >N Ml ISLEY. n i i Ri Id, nee unkuou in in hush „,' Mr I I INI Each ami all unknown pi-rsnni, parCOMPANY IX I In dnnts who elalm hj ..„„,).. • through, undei .. .i %  .•. i. C||y ol Pli I said MASON MOSI BY, singli man.'. whether ns spouses, Inns, devisees. ,,,,|„. Circuit Court id B 1.8 grantees, assignees lleliors creditors, Florida > in each ar i> unknown uusi.-i or otherwise, as ,.. each and Dated nl x i I da) nl 1'. bruar) 1973 %  all of \\ In-in r, si,I, n and I7a.-h ami all unknown persons, parlies and defendants. .•>.to .:,.li and 'all of whom residence iunknown, having 1.1 claiming lo have any right, title or i-i ,,, or i" the following described property, which Is :h. subject matter of the above styled cause, I.,.i i Rloi I, !•:. I'.i'X'iili: P \I:K. accorilina i" the pint thereof .,record. .1 In Pin I Rook 50 al P IBI L'n. ol iln Public Records %  I I nidi Countv, Florldn ViT. AND EACH OF N'T. an hi i. bv notified thai fl 'omi lalnj has been filed bv the above namei liff fi Alfred D. Blelej Peggy 1 %  %  %  1 • x NOTICE UNDER FICTITICL^ NAME LAW NOTICH is HEREBY OIVE> %  Ihe underslgm d. desiring n J business uml. I Ihe In lltlou MIDI 17 '-.-%  iCIATES a, • Street. Miami Beach, Fla I '• reglsti said num. v Ith tl r %  hi Clrcull Courl ol Dadi i Florida Sole iwner R VCHEL D. LEVINE PlainKwitnev & Kroop i',.i applicant Iff ngalnsl you and each ,.f you i" Attorneys for applicant .,!-,, l..s, :, mortgage %  '" the nlmve deSuite 512. 120 I Incoln Rom eribed proper!) In Ihe above styled Miami Beach. Fla. ui-. and ...ii and each ol u nri h< ri > %  nuiri -i m file an Ana • r n. other P %  iidlng 11 sponslve Iheri In ,ili Hi., i Ierk of Ihi ihovi i'i' '1 Circuil "ourt and to soi. • ,| ol such Answer or other responsive riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IDE is HEREBY GIVEN that |. rslgni desiring i" i ng igi in undei the fictitious nami ot In.I Barb) Faahloi al : ,: Vx II, .:.>,! Fla Intend to reeUd i ante with the Clerk ; ih Court of D idi County, Florida. MICH I Oareee ircea Oarcep 2 ;3 1 S-9-H Flral publication of this notice on ihe ii'.th day "f Februai 197 I FAt'NCE. FINK *. FORM AN 1502 Congreaa Bldg., Miami. Fla, W1 MM g/16-2. I 2-9 Bi I. SXEEDEN Charles Oei llei R Attorne) for Plalntlffa 4:'n Lincoln I Miami Beach Florida 8319^ ^^ %  inl dav ,l March l RICHARD P BRI NK Ell Clerk ,'f il"' Clrcull 'ourl I! Y i: M KISSEE Deuut) Clerk :: :i i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OI\ i. the underslgm ,l desiring lo i ] business ui di r Ihe fi. Iltloui I THE T< 'W ERS iF WESTLAND ^>'. ,1 i, ., THE TOW ERS OK tt ESTI \ X I al I 'ad. ''",1 ,' J Floi % %  "' tends Iregister said •• im, II "• Clerk ol ih. Clrcull Court i County. Floi I _._ THE TOW ERS OF E8TI IM> 'XC. Bj |.u i". Ilpe 'l" la i"iu/. President HARRIS .x SIRKIX. P \ Attorneys tor Appllcanl Dade Federal Bultoling Miami, Floi Ida ".ii^l I :n r. ;-r,-i



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age 4-B +Je#l§t fkricfiar Friday. March 9, 1973 Passover Festival Slated By B'nai B'rilli Foundation Tft B'nai T3"i it li Foundation of ii" United States will hold its naugural Passover Festival April I at the Fnntainebleau Hotel. *UI honor B'nai B'rith Youth %  iviiis. thi' Hillel Foundation, xZA ami B'nai B'rith Girls Organization, ana the Career and iirnseling Service. Afiair will highlight the 25th mniveisary of Israel's indepcn!'jice celebration, and will honor lie hundreds of members of B'nai .'lith's Presidents and Century 'lubs. who have pledged them• Ives to the support of B'nai Sandy Dennis. Leonard Nimoy At Playhouse Sand) Dennis and Leonard S'imoy rmened Tuesday night at UM Coconut Grove Playhouse in Boh RandaH's Bioadway comedy ,1 "6 RMS RIV VU" iSi\ Rooms liver Vlewl to a packed house. Phi corned) wH\ run through Sun•: March l. Sandy Dennis won the coveted I ri> Award for he performance i B ithe Salvation •, miss in "A Thousand ', wns." Her lion pictures in. Award for best • ; tres* in "Who's ild i %  < Jf?" '''rith's Youth Services on a continuing basis A special Haggadah is being \ written and the program is being | orepared under tiie supervision of %  Rabbi Stanley Ringler, University • it Miami Hillel: Girt Bossak, di. rector of the South Florida B'nai B'rith Youth Organization; and Edward Tumaroff. regional director of the B'nai B'nai Foundation. A musical program will include j the members of the BBYO and j Hillel students at the University %  officci pship o Emmj nomine-. [mm diatte j after that, he .-tn • %  irs on the "BS-TV HI'., "Mission ImposTuppertcare Party Mi?i "'• ris Chaprwan part) it %  %  n .' Wedm eh 14, %  n.al the home Mrs. Jeny 140C Pine %  ; i"Chef'calls it a complete Spaghetti Dinnei ^but the kids call it an Italian feast And what a feast it is— ready tc serve in just about 12 minutes. Tender, freshly cooked spaghetti. Lavished with savory, piping hQt mushroom sauce, finely seasoned and home-style thick. Then topped with ztppy grated cheese, u-m-m. Grandissimo ta'am! Apd all the makings in this one package—Chef BoyAr-Dee" Complete Spaghetti Dinner. Keep plenty 06 hand for thrifty, familypleasing meals. COMPLETE Spaghetti Dinner with MUSHROOM SAUCE Piu-ini Concert Sin<*iii Salute To Israel 25 A muekal evening, with pro-i cecds Botas to HSjawrt an expanding \outh pro-ram. badaltf "''"-. duced by the Youth Department. Beth Torah Congregation, on Sunday, March 18, al 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary al Beth Torah. The program will feature The Three Generations, Greta Fleissig Ted and Mind} Fletsiig, Kl-a Zigr, and Cantor Jacob Mendelsohn of Beth Torah. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Van Dworkis, prcsidenl of the Miami Beach Cultural Society. The Edge of Freedom." folkrock Friday evening service (which includeKabbaJat Shabbal and Maarlvi will be presented in concert version. Composer is Cantor Raymond Smolover. Also in the program, will be three sacred songs by Gershon Klngsley, with Biblical texts, for cello, piano, and voice. Cellist will Iv David Olifant, pianist. Mindy Fleissig, voice, CaCntor Mendelsohn A parlor meeting held recently at the home of Mrs. Jerome Reich on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Division 1973 CJA-IEF campaign, resulted in a 37 per.cent increase over Ihe same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left) Mrs Bruce Julien, Mrs. Arnold Kaplan, Mrs. Maurice Lebowitz, and Mrs. Reich. Have you heard? Pastry Chef is g£X Now J ISMrSUP&lJUW£ £aJiSUUJ CAKES-BREAD-ROLIS "BtUUll Makti it Betiei" Publix Shopping Center LeJeune and Andalusia, Coral Gables Phone 446-4167 %  ^ U M ; — The Good Life —_ _—_ Friday Night Dinners and Maxwell House Coffee Golden ehalleh, freshly cut—doesn't the very thought of it make you yearn for some? And, also for a cup of the coffee you like best! Matchless Maxwell House, the favorite coffee for over half a century. Why not have a cheering cup right now? INSTANT or REGULAR., ftood to the last drop' K Certified Kosher



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Pag6-B +Jmist>norM&ri Friday. March 9, 1973 f< o n 0^ o w n With ISABEL GKOVK Good news for Fn'letomania in our areaOn April 27 :m1 28, the Miami Ballet will present the Ben Stevenson pro.1i' lion of the four act "Sleeping Beauty" which Is being rehearsed by Hiartha Mahr. co-director and Thomas Armour, artistic director of the company. Gu.st artists include Violette Verdy and Peter Martins of the New York City Ballet as Prinre-s Aurora and the Prince. From tin National Ballot. Frederic Franklin will be Cattalabutte; S.rsan Lochr as Carabosse Susan Frazcr as the Lilac Fairy; Christine Knoblauch as Fairy Generosity in the Prologue and Blue Bird in Act III: Charlene Gelun as Fairy Beauty in Prologue, Countess in the Hunl Scene and the Pas de Quatre in Act III: Andrea Price ialso in the Pas de Quatre. The Miami Bs I I was I inded in 1951 by Thomas Armour. ar:;.~tic director, and co-directors, Martha Mahr. Renee Zintg:ai: and Robert Pike. •ir it Pulpit honorduring Friday evening services at Temple Beth El will be accorded Mr. and Mrs Sol Rauch who are celebrating their 5 th wedding anniversary' and her birthday; and Mr and Mrs. Edward YVeiiier, who are marking his 70th milestone. tr £ %  & An Eagle Scout of Honor was held for Samuel Mark Herman on March 3 in Perrine. Sen. Ralph Poston. for whom Samuel had hi: the ampaiqn trail, presented the coveted award to Mark. Son o; ?,Ir and Mrs. Alon Herman, Mark is an honor student at Richmond Heights Junior High School where he is a member of the wrestling team. He is also a member of Temple Beth Am. %  Cr rMiami artisl Reyna Youngerman has been Invited to judge an exhibition of Wesl Coast artists to l>e held throuch the month ot March. This is th< annual Venice area artists exhibition of sculpture and opened o:: March 4. A lunch will n ..-: h i' >. i'.i ma V i n during her stay there. Mr and MrMartin Share of 90-40 S\V M-t St. hosted an ned hoe-down at the Horse WOrld for 100 friends and • ati\ G tests arrived in Western garb and were treated to a ranch barbe rice and hayride. Mori Fremon is a busy pal these days, as usual. As public • at onsll lis in for the consulate general of Israel (for the SouthMtern region of the U.S.,1 she is helping to promote interest in the Third World Congress of Women Journalists and writers, to be held in Israel, June 17-27. According to Mori the program M.i be outstanding." and she plans to be there. Prior to that i meeting of male journalists, June 10-13. with interesting tours Included And finally as public relations coordinator for the Florida Committee. Sports for Israel, she is helping promote the Ninth Maccabiah Games to be held in Israel July 919. (She hopes to be there for that too*. And. an important highlight of he: inn will be a visit in Jerusalem with her new son, brael Moshe Weinberger, Her daughter. Andrea, is married to Pov Weinberger, an attorney, a Sabra. and now a very proud father. VV rV •£ The Young in Heart' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandel, hosted a double celebration March 7. when they celebrated their month old marriage, and the 7Cth anniversary of the Jewish National Fund Sam is SO years young, and his bride. Anna, Is 75. The affair was held during the regular meeting of the Liberty Social Chb held at the Washington Federal Auditorium. Max Shapiro, president, and Adolph Kastenbaum, were on the committee, and Cantor Mordecai Yardene, singer and composer of Jewish and Hebrew songs, was guest performer. I Just who do you think you are? If you're proud, you deserve an address to be proud of. If you're a winner—at business, at sailing, at chess, at anything-it's time you started living like one. At Brickell Bay Club. Even with yacht dockage, a private club, a luxurious home, it's no more than you deserve. CLUB The unique condominium & dub on the bay. 2333 Brickell Ave., Miami • Phone 856-1410 Miss Sohaeffer And B. Weinberjs Exchange Vows Phyllis Lea Schaeffer and Bernard Weinberg were united in marriage on Sunday. Jan. 21, at appliques encrusted with crystal and pearl appliques. A train with wide border of scallop lace around the hemline, ended in a chapel train Bouffant illusion fell from a madcap of Alencon lace which matched the gown, and she carried a cascade of white sweetheart roses with babybreath and siephanotis. Matron of honor was Bonnie Weise. Eylona Baldinger and Sheryl Steffey were bridesmaids, and Jerilyn Joyce Botwinik wag j flower girl. Larry Carsten served as best | man. and Howard Sorkin and Stuart Botwinik ushered. Hew Mrs, Weinberg graduated from Miami S enior High School and attended MlAfnl-DMe Junior College. Her husband is also a MSHS graduate and will earn a degrt e ll ^counting from the University of Miami in August, 1973. Jill Weiner Now Mrs. K. Green Jill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rity of Miami. Her husband has Benjamin Weiner 2010 So. Miami a BA l< • history from Lake Ave and Kenneth, son of Mr. Fon and MRS. BERNARD WE/NBttG Temple Israel, with Rabbi Robert Orkand officiating at the 7 p.m. | ceremony. A reception in the [temple's Wolfson Auditorium fol1 lowed the nuptials. The bride is the daughter of Ralph Schaeffer. 1169 SW 23rd Ave.. and the late Martha Schaeffer. On their return from a honeyn o >n cruise to the Carribean, the newlyweds will live at ">226, NW 7th St For her wedding, the bride selected a gown of white dulcet satin with Alencon lace appliques. It was styled in the empire fashion with long fitted sleeves and A-line skirt of lace son and Mrs. Phil Green of Roslyn, N. c. exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, March %  '(. Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff officiated at the 7 p.m. ceremony which was held at the Kden Roe Hotel where a reception followed the nuptials. For her wedding, the bride wore a white lace organza V-necked gown With a Juliet cap and veil, and carried white roses. Maid of honor was Babette Weiner. Lisa Green and Karen Weiner served as bridesmaids and Linda Weiner was flower girl. Richard Green served as bridegroom's best man and among ushers were Richard Weiner ami Charles Platt. Now attending Post College in Greenvale, N. Y.. new Mrs. Green is a graduate of Miami High School and attended the I'niverNew a second deVi-rk University. New address for the couple is 29A lien kson Ave., He stead. N. Y. In May, they will take .. moon trip to Majorca, Councilettes Go To Cincinnati For Convention Councileties from the Gwater Miami area have returned from a j national convention of the teen-j age service groups sponsored by the National Council of Jewish I Women in Cincinnati. Right delegates were named by the North Dade and South Dade groups, which have been expandi ing their activities under the ausj pices of the Greater Miami sertion [ of the National Council of Jewish Women. Among delegates led by Mrs. Morris Futernick wew Marilyn Unger, Wendy Rosner, Debbi Kat/.. Robin Ruskin. Wendy Schwartz. Cathie Futernick. Anne Bloom and Audrey Rosen. Womens's Leaque Meeting The Women's League for Israel will hold its next regular meeting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, March 15. in the main social hall of the Honey Plaza Apartments. The field representative of the Social Security Board, Jos. Gmyrek, will be guest speaker. A question and answer session will follow. All are welcome to attend. Laura Sneider, J. Silverman Are Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sneider, 810 NE 171st Terr., have announced the engagement and future marriage of their daughter I.aura Sue to Jeffrey J. Silverman. The brdegroom-to-be L-. the son ol Mr and Mrs. George C. Silverman, 1166 NE 100th Terr. Miss Sneider will graduate from the University of South Florida in June. Her fiance will graduate from the same university in August with a d eg re e in engineering. The couple plans to be married on Dec. 2. /MRS. KINNITH CKttN Mayor John Orr Speaker layor John B. Orr, Jr., will • • ik •:-, What's on Dade's Planning Board"? at the Forte Forum Tuesday, at l p.m. in the Forti auditc im. Mayor Orr, an attorney, is a former Municipal Judge an.! assistant State Attorney ENGLISH COURSES • Intensive courses, 6 hours per day. • Small classes • Nine levels. • Register now for Mar. 5 • Modern language laboratory. • Located at Barrv College Campus. ELS LANGUAGE CENTER 11300 N.E. 2 AVE. A Division ot Washington Educational Research Associates 759-2419 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL A YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL IN ISRAEL FOR 10TH AN0 11TH GRADES KFARBLUM SOLOMON SCHECHTER BEITSEFER KADOURIE TOCHNITIMUTZ Kibbutz Day School. Givat Youth Village LWeTth Israel (10th) Washington (10th) ( Ut h) ^ fmtSSSSS • A £ a „ r K*$l at '^ adin B ^ademic high scnools tunity to live wan Israelis and study with them in Israel. Full American high school courses c&STAnnrn* *. %  > !" n *-> em i Ain English plus Jewish Studies including short round-trfcHS^ran*rSSi?nn ( S^mI ud, r g ulpan. American high schools will give credit for room anW "Sn SfwTc^e and'" successful completion of study in Israel. An opporexcursions in Israel meaicai C3re and A YEAR OF HEBREW STUDY FOR COLLEGIANS Generous scholarships available at the Hayim knowledee and nrenarina rr uoi,..,., --ground, interested in advancing their Judaic Includes Israel touring !" a H8* SUMMER PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL FOR HIGH SCHOOL & UNIVERSITY STUDENTS SSXSb S^SHMKSB %^*z^sgr Includes 45 days of travel, and touring for boys and ODDoYtunlrv to It^t'l^fr A Special Four Week Pedagogic Semina r for Hebrew Teacher* .-„,. ..*2 r J M ln,orrnalion on th ese and other Programs Write or Telephone DEPT. OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE-WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION 515 Park Avenue, New York. N.Y. 10022 '^ n TZ12) PL *-0600. Year Programs, Ext. 385; Summer Programs Ext 386 CELEBRATE THE 2Sth ANNIVERSARY YEAR STUDYING IN ISRAEL .4



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Page 12-C iewlsti ncr*tt*r Friday. March Good Taste is First at Food Fair Stores! A MEAT VARIETY OF FINE FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES! FOOD rch 9. I'M TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN CHUCK STEAK USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN Crossrib 8 ^" SAVE 16 32-OZ. BOTTLE PALMOLIVE LIQUID DISH DETERGENT LIMIT ONE BTl PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES 32-OZ. JAR GREAT ON SALADS P.P. BRAND PURE Mayonnaise LIMIT ONE JAR PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of S' OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES SAVE 4c ASSORT?: Soft-Weve Bath Tissue 3 FLORIDA SEEDLESS P*GS O c $ 2 ROILS All FLAVORS RlTZ LOW CAi OR P.P. Brand Sodas 10 99' l-LUKIUA SEEDLESS %  GRAPEFRUIT 5 49 c FLORIDA THIN SKIN Juice Oranges READ* TO EAT FINES' FLAVOR 10 49 Hawaiian Pineapples EACH 59 BREAKSTONES CREAMED S PZfi&Xft&kt i -LB. DI\C l\0 I WHIE V.RCMIVIBU CM CALIFORNIA STYIEI I "LB. Cottage Cheese 43 FIEISCHMANN S LIGHTLY SAITED 1 IB Corn Oil Margarine OUARTf 45' WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE' BABY Gouda or Edam Cheese {£ 59 c 99o FAT FREE Power 99 Low Fat Milk "££" 59 C SAVE 12c — All FLAVORS Borden's Yogurt 3 c"s 69 BORDEN S Cream Cheese 2 69 49 SAVE 10c OSCAR MAYEK Midget Braunschweiger C.HUt Svtoicc AftfttUfvi T>tpt. ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS All LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER I TVondenfal S*FW facUt MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING IN OUR MODERN BAKERYP.P. BRAND OVEN FRESH Split Top Bread SAVE P P BRAND OVEN FRESH 1 IB. 4-OZ tOAF SAVE 24c LB — RARE OR MEDIUM "stBeef T"79< Engh^TeaLwf !" 49' "f RDM* THE .OHT TO UMIT OUANmW NONE SOiO TO OiMltS NOT RPONS..tl FOR 1^Z*mL FAIR SUPERMARKETS PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, MARCH 11th AT ALL FOOD FAIR t FREDERICKS STORES EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOURS &f '"" n,s II WITH EVERY PURCHASE. GET BEAUTIFUL .*,.M NAME WAND !" f *>R EVERY PURPOSE' YOUR SAVE 36< CHOICI ON TWO / JUrvtbC' ROLL ROILS VIVA OR KLEENEX ASSORTED PAPER TOWELS tr LIMIT TWO ROILS EITHER BRAND PlEASf WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF J7 OR MC! EXCLUDING CIGARETTES GA. FLA. GRADE 'A' %  GA. FLA. GRADE A FRESH ICE •WHOLE BREASTS (WITH BBS) •WHOLE LEGS •THIGHS DRUMSTICKS SLICED SKINNED BEEF LIVER HEAT & SERVE SEA STAR ICELANDIC Fried Fish Sticks 18 39' DELICIOUS FLO-SUN Orange Juic SAVE QUART CONTS.



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Page 2-C 9-Jenistrkrkfkir Dr. Narot Ends Series Temple Israel of Givat.-r Miami's GreenfieH Mull Institute concludM Hsixth annual aeaaon Sunday at 10 am. Dr. Joseph Narot the tempie'i Minor rabbi will pro-j vide a summary of the series an,-. open a dtocussion on -Has our Lecture Series Helped your JeWBh td< ntlty?" Friday, March 9, 1973 HKNOi K I.1KBKKMAN Art Presentation Made At Chassidic Festival Heno k Ueberman, worid renowned artist, will she one of his I work* to Mr and Mrs. ^.. • %  .-'•< 1 Hirs t< c orate the runs life partners ol 1 Lubavitcher Movement The ceremony wil be held during the C tic Mi sic Festival which %  tarts at 8 "" p.m on Saturday in f '.;.. i Auditorium Mr '. ;. -' %  %  : I ai' at the L'niversit) I Moscow He :. :'t Russia I ring W01 Id War II ri now lives in New York He has had numerous shows, both in L'nited States and foivi.cn countries ind his paintings hang •> %  pi :\. 1:icol ec 1 ions and He is noi irks R .dan Shti 1 1 life and I %  • : lyi ind performing ituals • esti> al a .'' r youth wi I Beth '.gogue on Miami Beach Cochaii m % % %  • ol the festival are S ssin and Leonard £ %  %  • bciI '> lay leaders. The teeth il will feature Eli Lipsker and 25 Chasaidk singers and dancers, and Berele Zartman, :$idic folk singer Opera Guild Schedules Auditions Here Sunday • >p n auditions for the Novem; i1 T"world premiere of the opera, 'Da -> wiH be held Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.. at the ATturo diFUippJ Opera Guild Educational Center, 1200 Coral Wa> v ints wl heard by Lo1 Alvar>" director of the Opera Gul %  : Gr ater Miami Ro... 5 j ._. ... .,. Florid F 5 Opera, and %  \ %  ior I If you Enjoy the Finer Things in life. ... an Ml id I MS • an in..••••.'•,•. belong at the Crystal House. Mum Be* • > ulominium is Mr the nest and expect Hie test. an now on I • wc 1 the Gold Coast trteCRYSTAl HOUSE offers: • A sun spis.se:t"tj$stwi iw'.reerse*. 1 ear larkief. So't J U teach. C!QSI Soo-S! S*:qO'"t Cf'f Uafcrccttrorkni H revest 1 t 2 week sWert terns availThere's only one Tower Forty-One. t there are hundreds of places you can walk to from there. ver Forty '' • • • %  • • %  %  • ... • -• %  •. • .... V • : %  • Renu Apartmants II I 383



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Page 8-A vJenisti FtcrkMiar, Friday, March 9, 1973 Local Residents Honored By Israel Bonds Many local residents will re-, to B'nai B'lifh. Farbard National' minium on Sundav. March 18. at 1 and a board member of B'nal ecrve the State of Israel Scroll of : Jewish Workers Alliance, Jewish 10 a.m. Honor from the Israel Bond Organization during the coining weeks. On Saturday, foK owing a G:30 f3n. reception, the Morton Tow-ers-Israel Dinner of State to be ho'.d at the Fontalneb'eau Hotel will honor Mrs. Fanny Houtz, according to Kmanud Mer-.tz. Morton Towe-s dinner chairman. War Veterans. American Legion and the Jewish Historial Society. Mrs. Tecoskv was a nurse and Mr. Derjnark held a seat on the New York Stock Exchange before retiring to Florida. He helped srrveTin World War II u anij<""d the Bar-Han University in instructor. Jew ish humoi ist Joey Russell will be featured entertainer at both dinners. Miami Beach couples who will B'rith. Mrs. Denmark, who came to the United States in 1940. is a member of Hadassah. She was formerly executive director of the Jewi-h Home for the Aged in Cincinnati. Israel, received CJA awards in 1964 and 1965, and was on the board of directors for the Jewish Home for the Aged in Pittsburgh. .. o,. ,: the Moorings Israel Bond CornHe was chairman of State of Jack Zirgelheim is chairman of Isra-M Bonds in St xibcnville. Ohio. Mrs. Houtz. a psychiatric social bc ho !" -<- ? Ii OT „ H Sa CK a ;' member of Temple Beth Torah B e ach ..:• lorf and Mr. and Mis. David ^ worker, is ;t supporter of Jewish and :: -c cause*. Lenny Tawson and His Societ Ochestia will provide the miisic for Oarcing. Wassercnan, according to Benja.': %  %  -b and Rose Teccsky will ,rin Landar. chairman, rcceiw the Is-ao! Serol: on Thurs. Among entertainers will be clay. Mai h 15. at tho Mar-Len vocalist Luz Morales. Gardms Ar-artments. Judge Benjamrn II. and Mrs. The 8 p.m. nrogram is V n Scl will receive the State of mor.-o-e! by tv Eleanoi RooseIsrael Atzmait (Independence) vclt _G:-o:: o: Hadassah and the awai I 0 1 Sunday, March IS at the Mar-Len Chapter Ameri an Jew Caesarea Country Club ('.inner. isli Congress under the au pic The affair will feature nnisie of the Bond Organization. %  %  | a • ,%  by rhe Orchestra of The Tecoskys retired to Florida '-"• Wagman and Elaine, from Phiadc'.phfa where Mr A "Breakfast in Israel" will Teeosky was M past master of a honor Mr. and Mrs. Jos e ;>h DenMasonic Lodge. He also belong? mark at the (Moorings Condomittee All three dinners will spotlight A former officer of Temple Eddie Schalfer, Jewish humorist resident of Miami Over 200 residents of the Roney Plaza gathered recently for a meeting en behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Shown (from left) Joseph Bernstein, 1973 CJAIEF H .. v Plara cochclrman; Louis Colernar., 1973 CJA Rcn-^y Pinna operation uparade chairman; Attorney Ben Essen, g.tcst speaker and Herman Bernard, 1973 CJA-IEF Rc.ey Piaza general chairman. DR. SAUL Tmnz Dr. Saul Teplitz Breakfast Guest At IVfenorah Dr. Saul I. TeDlit •. „ .-,•; secretary f th Rabbini -a l Assembly .if Amei a. which % %  %  ative rabbinati •r the western hemisphere, will he guest speaker at Temple M. norah's I eakfast Forum -i it 10:; .: m ,; ; • hristl inity — i %  ;;.". : "If it is in 1 • t.n of Cl %  1 : I eta in its ntil • •• ts 1 % % %  n :. 11 .. %  1 1 'ts own I 1 Key participants in the Roney Plaza-Israel Dinner of State, lo be held Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel, met this week for a final planning session. They were (left to right) Samuel Rudenberq. dinner chairman; Gerald Schwartz, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Israel Bonds Commitlee and guest speaker at the dinner, and Louis Coleman. chairman of the host committee. The Dinner of State, which is sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, will honor Roney Plaza residents Harry and Sarah Maidenbaum. Philadelphia Gets Archives Centei EWS foi his rs in other TO ^ Amer,can I Te: tz ho served as 1 raW i in C • 1.. 1 has In a pioneer project to obtain soura c materials foi hist and preserve important historical and edu< itota ireeordabout the Philadelphia for firrrflar centers ther Jewish community, the Phitadel-Mies with large Jewish v;::;;,,:,;^'^;'; ^„ he ?f )ed } e phia chanter of the American tion*. Fewi Jh Committee and the FedcraIncluded in the archival collection of Jewish Agencies have estion are offidal minute book-, letI tabl:hed a professionally mainfers ,,:„,, jal material, and in; tamed Archives ( enter. j va i., ;lh)o fjrst nand acc0unta „, lh „ !,K Philadelphia Jewish ArIJ !( of the newly arrived European Center of the Federation j immigrant at the turn of the centablish Judaic programs ami ng the coll."-.' youth "i Conservative congregations. Rabbi May.: Abramowitz, sjiiritual leader of Temple Men will lead thi discussion following the lecture at which CSY mem1 MI nd leaders will be pn • I HOVE a treasure of fife "There is a magic in that little word 'home'; it is a mystic circle that surrounds comforts and virtues never Inc., n bevond its hallowed limits." '"' %  ''• '' •' VmoUofaH '; %  ami fmmb l t %  '/ (' nPn • .. : Protect /// k treasons ojynttlih & MAINOFFICF:401 lincolnRoadM.U.MiamiBfach/SOtrnr t ;iIORF-75^W.,K:n—. r • i ,.. 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Page 4-A ••JmistncrtdbHi Friday, March 9, 1973 ""Jewish Floridian OFFICE AND PLANT — 120 N.E. 6TH STREET TELEPHONE 373-4605 P.O. Bex 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101 FRK> K. SHOCI.FT SFLMA M. THOMPSON Editor and PMuhei Assistant to Publisher The Jewish Floridian Does Not Guarantee The Kashruth W-DN Merchandise Adva K iaa* laxltt CoUimqfca. an -M Published every Friday tmct W27 by The Jewish Floridian Sccor.J r:, Postage Paid at Miami, Fla. Published every Friday since 1*J27 by The lewish PloridUn Second Qast Postage Paid at Miami, Fla. The Jewieh Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the J-w>sh Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide N-ws. Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Local Area) One Year $8.00 Two Years $15.00 Out of Town Upon Reajuest Number 10 5 ADAR 5733 Volume 46 Friday, March 9, 1973 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nixon-watchers now need to keep a sharp eye on the President's relations with organiz.-d labor, and especially with tough shrewd old George Meany and his AFLCIO. After all. tho President dearly loves cutting slices from the gizzard ol the Democratic Party. No area of the Democratic gizzard is more vlunerable and sensitive than organized labor. The liberal Democrats have already gone far toward alienating their party's indispensable labor supGolda Meir's Presence Memorable The presence of Golda Meir at the launching of the International Israel Bond Campaign for 1973 was an event which will live long in the memory of the local residents who made up a large part of the 3,000 who greeted her. Although Israel's Prime Minister was in Miami for the Israel Bond event and in the United States for important talks with President Nixon, her mission also gave grectt impetus to the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cempaign which is going into high gear in our community. From all reports. Golda's golden touch will prove of great benefit to the State of Israel as it marks its 25t'i anniversary. She is living proof that age is no barrier to being a charmer and one of the great assets to the Jewish people. Black September Acts Significant? The latest Black September act of terror may be regarded as having significance beyond the immediate wild demands which led to the deaths of innocent diplomats. These are added to their wanton killings which included the Munich murders of Israeli Olympic athletes and the Lod Airport massacre. Even before the crime in Sudan, the terrorists were known to fee! isolated from the political activity in the Arab states which seemed to be leading to some sort of settle: with Israel. As the Jerusalem Post stated several days before the latest killings, "They may yet resort to another desperate act" in order to demonstrate their existence end their need to be recognized as a force among the Arabs. Despite strong talk from the community of nations, shocked by yet another in the recent lo:ia list of international terrorist acts, it is really the Arab nations which bear the responsibility for Black September and El Fatah. The main source of aid for these organizations have been such oil-rich states as Libya and Saudi Arabia, and they have not hesitated to encourage the terrorists to commit subversive acts even against their own Arab neighbors, such as Lebanon and Jordan, which they feel are not militant enough against Israel. The tragedy at Sudan does not mitigate the tragedy of the shooting down of the Libyan airliner. But it is further proof to the world that Israel's reaction, erroneous though it might have been in retrospect, is understandable in an. area where madmen are supported and encouraged by nations in their desperate acts. Joint Defense League A Plague Nationally and internationally, the Jewish Defen-e League continues to be an embarrassment to the main body of the Jewish people. That it may, at one time, have served to focus atiention on Soviet Jewry and problems of urban living for many Jews is about the only plus factor in its short history. Today its criminal violence in Israel and here and wild demands for money recently from the World Council of Churches are the kind of acts we have associated with fascist groups, not Jewish organizations. Meir Kahane's move to Israel has added nothing but additional problems for the Jewish state, particularly in its dealings with Christians. Physical attacks by JDL members on both Arab and Christian churches have received worldwide attention in a manner which seems to belie the Israel boast that it offers these religions freedom to practice and protection of their sacred monuments which was never granted before. The JDL must be isolated as a plague which is infecting some of our youth to the detriment of the total Jewish community. eu?i v *pRM4 ovej^ me POTOMAC port. Herein lies the Presidi nt • opportunity. BIT THE equation is lecidi |. |y complicated with many nificant factor.-;. One factor is former Secretary of the T: ury John Connalfy. What has long been ob\ ious LS now | widely advertised. The I dent thinks so well of Conns y that lie regards him as an nently suitable successor in the White House. I.ong ago. when John ( nally first entered the I 5, Treasury, he began telling 1 dent Nixon that the Republi were foolish to concede labor vote to the Dcm'>cratas they had previously b.v: ing for many years; He predict thai 1972 would pro.h kind of huge labor defect ii 1 the Republicans that in fa. t occurred. Rather naturally 1 it prediction is remembered at Whit.' House in John Conn favor. Tills TREND of thought : the patu 1 n il the 1972 • have already combed to 1 i a first conspicuous re? %  in of the Pr ilicy was vas influenced by 'he views Geoi • Mi an) The ch and other aspects ol Phasi were in fa :l carefully neg •> • with the !H.S< of the AFL-i li\ ,'ntin Connaliy's successoi %  :.i t. 1 10 Continued Ml Pane 9-A COMMENT Ev< '.. > 1 ar, .' iut this t I se m to gel disturbed in print al "in the lend, rs •>! American Is or. It iapparent that I cannot resist hovering around the Americana for a few hours during the meetings of the AFL-CIO, exchanging some words with some old friends fewer and fewer words, it seems nnd leaving with the feeling that 1 really shouldn't do this again. Any analyst would tei: me that I am still hung up on the alues of the '30s, as they n late to Hi" labor movement, and the fact that almost 40 yi 1 latei the overs! iffed and agin \ leaders of labor resemble nothing less than tho* old radical n toons of big-bellied capitalist tdollar signs on the bellies so you didn't miss them), is I to be disturbing. It is • ther sign of the ti •' al Jo.. Curran, the National itine Union's head, is ,, to retire with benefits 1 stimated at >l million or so '' %  is not alone, as th ra beto me • foi th se nilitai *lo I ward only to retirement. DESPITE claims to the al the time, the evidi ar thai what I wi 1 than a y. ar Bj o about A ican labor, in particular, was truly proph< tic. The myth that p< ithat American I^abor IG< Meanyl and Capitalism iDick Nixon) are in conflict as evidenced by the rudeness shown the President when he spoke before the (AFL-CIO" convention Reality L that the differences are about as {treat as that between General Motors and Chrysler in the chase for the i n do lar, inflate d as it is." of cours you are av, are that six months after that article appeared, George Meany gave meaningful support to the Nixon reelection campaign by foi a "neutral" position on organized labor. As on.who learned how to exploit that kindofphon) i•• Utral i In more than one political campaign, it eome> as no surprise that a grateful Pr< lent i< ready to maki the ; to Big Labor. \T ins OWN appearan •<• before the AFL-CIO Executive Council. Nixon added ; of a labor man as an assistant tary for ever) cabinet %  his appointment of one of the fat cats as S of Labor. M) hunch Is no deal has % %  en mad the lurid sence, the quid pro quo is that Bl %  Labor will ha r ree hand in th l • that ire aboul I i • ace In return for of the N -. Ii • policy which is ai i ntlii i -i osl ol the nati %  ••• %  -. I know thai so n "tie win In that thi ain't so. that y even denoui ty>e : in this field, and that the i la Hot a Democratic Con • •i t it needs 1 "' %  1 1 al proare advanced. But Big Labor in America now represents a distinct and elite minority of workers which, despite some fancy sociological writing, is hostile to anv real effort to help the 30 million who need decent jobs, decent housing and decent schooling. Meany has alby EDWARD COHD 'J ways taken care of his first, ahas his buddy thi tary ol Labor ai I is no reason to b, He-,. | then advanced age and it: I love affair with Richard N they are about to chan IN ONE SENSE, I I am writing this column mind some of my readers I their fixed positions rican labor movement >ul ol dale History fessor Samuel Portno) wroti quite sharply cone. • m\ column which allied M Nixon. "To begin with I deeply resent Cohen's I and dishonest coupling Nixon and Meany Meany, a Democrat and staunch porter of liberal ld< as d through the yi are, was enli in th tru • be against the i HI so R| fixoi I hi elf into the | arena ." Thai the last day ol Deceit I wonder if the g ; a i a goo I nance to si the Meanv-Nixon history then? And, finally* what disturbs i? that v ithoul exception people who wrlti about I things for the media conl to stress the Importance ol I al o • ai j the Di mo rarty as if the !asl 20 yean /en tube, il not a n it as important a tor as tli" Jewish vote maybe less. Th* 1972 primaries and Democratic Convention made this plain, if nothing else. And the latest AFL-CIO Executive Council meeting again made it perfectly clear what a reactionary force Big Labor continues to be in our society.



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Page 8-B -Jewisti Her Mian Friday. March 9, 137: Bob Mitfv&k Kenneth Lodin Marc lone MARC POMS ManN.. son of Dr. and Mrs. Alan D. Podis, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. March 10. at Temple Beth El of Hollywood. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Nova Middle School. He "ill be honored at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening. Among guests will be his grandi arcnts. Mrs. Ann Roscman, and Dr. and Mrs. Louis B. Podis. it M \m LANE Marc I'Aan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lane, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Match 10, at Temple Emanu-El Marc is a seventh gradi student of thp Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-E] and his hobbies are si amp coll cl Ing an I building rock '-. Marc's grandfather, Jerr> Langel will attend the event. The a brani e honored with a •: m at the Algiers Hotel, STKVKX Gl'ADAOXO Steven, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Rudj Guadagno, 9010 sw 12th St will observe his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services on March 10 at Temple Or Oiom. Steven is in the seventh grade at Rockway Junior High School. Ha has I swimming award from the YMHA and a merit certificate from the American Cancer SoI clery. Ho also plays the guitar. The celebrant will u> honored at a reception in his home on Saturday evening. Among guests will be his grandparents. Mr. and Mis. Lion Gold oi Pittsburgh. # a •& KKNNBTH LODIN Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lodin. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah during 8:30 a.m. services at Beth Torah Congregation on Saturday, March 10. The celebrant is an honor StUlent in the seventh grade at John •'. Kennedy High School, and in 'he Mit/vah class at Beth Torah Harold Wolk Religious School. He is a member of the congregation choir, and is the recipient of a Kennedy physical fitness award. Kenneth will be honored at the Kiddush following the ceremony. Among guests will be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hofstein. Free copies of one of the world's most quoted newspapers J.idged the most fair newspaper in the US by professional lournalists themselves A leading international daily One of the top three newspapers In the world according to journalistic polls Winner of over 79 maior awards In the last five years. Including three Pulitzer Prizes Over 3000 newspaper editors read the Monitor. Just send us your name and address and we'll mail you a few free copies of the Monitor without obligation. Happenings The folowing promotions were announced at the recent meeting of the board of directors of The First National Bank of Bay u.iiixir Islands. Assistant vice presidents were Dorothy Kotzen and Dorothy Stafford. Treena ll.ih-r->ii, the bank's auditor, was named to the post of assistant cashier, as well as Florence Groaaman, who is In charge of the bank's sale deposit department In addition, KOIMTI (lose, operaions department, was named as assistant cashier. <~ i'c The University of Miami < oncert Jazz Band. Whit Sidctier. conductor, will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, in the international lounge of the Whitten Memorial Student Union, main campus. Admission is free. The Miami Beach Art Club will present "Aljaman's Palliate" as the March 9. Public Art Forum to be held at Washington Federal, 1234 Washingtun Ave., at 8 p.m. Friday night. '• The Dade Foundation board oi governors has selected Atwood Dunwody, senior partner <>: Mershon, Sawyer. Johnston, Dunwodj & Cole to serve as the 1973 chairman, Mr, Dunwody replaces outgoing chairman. Radford K. Crane. %  %  Michael .1. Franco has been i lected a membei of the Association of Reserve City Bankers. an association of top executives ol the largest correspondent banks located in the federal reserve cities. Mr. Franco is chairman of the board of City National Bank of Miami, and president of City National Bank Corporation, a $470 million Miamibased bank holding company. Final plans for the March 18 Purim luncheon in behalf of the CJA-IEF are mapped by these leaders of the Chaim Weizmann Branch of the Farband Labor Zionist Order. Those in charge of the function at the Algiers Hotel include from left to right (standing) Rose Abels, Katherine Lippman, Vert Belzer. Anna Miller, Viola Freed end Bessi. Udowilz. From left (sealed) are Gertr^u" Birnbaum, Morris Birnbaum, Manny 3ui stein, general chairman Moe Levin mt Zvi Halisky. Carnival, Musicale On Beth Am Schedule Sunday, March IS, i.s Purim •ainiwil time at Temple Beth \m. Open from 11 to .'! p.m.. the 'ar nival will feature clowns, strolling musicians, side shows, ame booths and pony rides, rhcrc will also be a kiddies cos• time conti si and parade. Chairman of the affair iNina Meyer, with Marcia Reinman in -harge ol arts and crafts, and Miller, used books. Dr. Samuel I Greenberg, psyhiatrist and author, will be guest speakei at the Beth Am Sisterhood meeting on Wednesday, •March 21, in the temple social hall. Author of "Neurosis Is A Painful style Of Living," Dr. Greenberg is clinical associate professor in the University of Miami department oi psychiatry. Preceding Dr. Greenberg's talk at noon, there will be a 10 a.m. mini-auction with over 100 items to choose from, followed by a luncheon at 11 a.m. Baby-sitting service Will be available lor the day. in charge Carole Clein low, ol 11 set \ations are and Adriannc DarYouth choirs of six churches anil a temple will raise their voices in song at the seventh annual interfaith musicale. on Tuesday. March 20. 7:.'50 p.m, In the sanctuary of Temple Beth Am. Sponsored by the women's combined interfaith committee. churches represented in the musiPurim Observance Set B'nai B'rith Women Harmony Chapter will celebrate Purim with traditional refreshments at a meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Jefferson National, 301 Arthur Godfrey ltd. Ladies Present Play On Thursday, March 15. at 8:30 p.m., Temple Or Olom Sisterhood will present a play. "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Pischka." The play relates the Sisterhood sup|x>ri of the Theological Seminary of America. Pleas* Print '. ,t-e AOdresi I I I I I I I I. City St IM THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, Ves, we are small A nd we like it that way i et your children achieve Enter them today Individual Instruction • Low As $75 mo. 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Paqe 6-A PJavlsli FkrSdUar Friday, March 9, 1973 HEBREW U. DINNER SLATED MARCH 21 Israel Economic Minister Set For Tribute To Sen. Humphrey TIBOR HOI 10 Ze'cv Shcr. economic minister of Ihon served ighl years as adIsrael to the United States and viser to the Bank ol Israel and Canada will be guesl speaker | chairman of the auditors council rrom 1968 lo 1972. [n h various ea| a itirs in Hi" Mini-itrj ol Justice, Mr Sher acted :•. ... i om nercial and I lative iratiei -. and represent! l the State i. Israel in various intornatiiinai nej oti itions and i %  IIserved with the Israel defens %  forces during the 1948-49 War "i Ind< [>ei dence. and was in the Six-Da) War n Tune, 1987. He has served a -INTibor Hollo Appointed CJA Trades Chairman Tiboi Hollo, president i>f Florda East ("oast Properties, Inc., •ias been named chairman of the ; ildi rs and Allied Trades Division of the Greater Miami Jewish federation's 1973 Combined Jewsh Apiieal Israel Emergency •' id campai '.'. ith the ex|iei ience and co nnirm nl that Tibor Hoi o bi ings o our 197! CJA-IEF Campaign. > %  're 'onl id nl that he will ad i i n< nd >t si) to its success." sai Harrj A. i Hapi I •>. 1973 CJAEF chairman in making the an• monl. Federation's annual CJA-IEF %  ampaigns help support 50 local, intional and overseas social welire agencies; inchidinf -''J Miami• -i agencies airl services. This year's campaign goal is $15 million. A native of Budapest, Hollo grow up in southern France and was educated at the Paris Poiyti i. ique Institute. Shortly after, he settled :n the United States and began his career as a general contractor In Michigan. Centered thi re and in Now York State, his activities involved commercial and ai artment construction. month stint on loan to the L*i it %  > NationSe retarial as an in the Bureau of Economic Aff a ira Married, and the fa i ir*dor *-. CATERING — ***"— •" •* food I vrrfl ••'""V *^ IP'jR WITKH ^ V?* : W 131-6061 •rujiiiMT iiJii3,aiuu KM At present, Hollo is engaged in n number ol large-scale prnjecU, including Plaza Venetia, a s milli m commercial residential complex in downtown Miami. Vet he -nd finds tim • to particiin a variety of civic and religio is functions R i nl') li • se; ve i as co-chairman of the Israel Ambasa Ball in I treasurer of the Shiel i Israel award dinner. He alsi I is general chairman of the Miami Bea h s I • in nan Day School A m< irter of the United Contions' Youth Commission, has ilso served as general chairman for the American Techrion Society's premiere national .il Miami Beach. GovReubin Askew has named him to a post on the state's task force on housing and community and he ia member of ; the governor's council on factorylilt housing. MINISTttl SHER March 21 at the Eden Roc Hotel when thi American Friends of the Hebrew University present thi 1973 Scopus Award to Sen. Hubert If. Humphrey. Announcement of Mr, Sher's acceptance was made by Louis Wolf, son II. general chairman of tht I National Tribute Dinner to Sen Humphrey, Mr. Wolfson noted this will he Minister Sher's first forma' appearance in Florida. al-> though he accompanied Finance! Minister Pinchas Sapir to Miami Beach last month. Proceeds from the $250-a-plate! banquet will be used for the re-' cently established scholarship fund benefitting culturally and i .i -alJ) disadvantagi d students at the Hebrew L'niversit) i of Jeru-aa r.. Mr. Wolf son said. | Ministi r Sher iformer Deputy Attorney General of Israel, serving in the nation'second highest I position from 1968 to 1972 when he was named economic min. ister. lie b< came Assistant \ttoi n \ General In 1954, aftei radualioa from the Hebrew University Faculty ol Law and earning Univei sity. i master's degree from Harvard Durii period from 1960 to Li -1. he also acted as officer in charge of fiscal legislation, and \bur little girl is getting married. At last. Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa? After 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, confiimation. banquet, meeting or gala... no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings. 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Fcce&C -Jewlstnoricffar Friday. March 2, 1973 Golden Builders Luncheon Proceeds For Youth Hostel The annual "Golden Builders' ". clubs. Shj> will be accompanied by hincheon sponsored by the Florida | Shlomo Rabinovich. one of the Women's Division, American Jew wor'd's greatist accordionists, who is also an outstanding composer i and arranger. Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Sol Berlin. The luncheon arrangement.* committee includes the Mesdames Joseph Albuquerque. Jerry Cantor Louis Klkies. Herman Fried-iian. Sam Herder. Irving Quaitin. Harry Roth, Alex Rothschild. Charles Silvers, Jack Slatkin and Paul Wiener. For reservations and further information, contact Mis. Sol Berlin, luncheon chairman, or the office of the American Jewish Congress, 4200 Biscayne Blvd. Temple Emanu-El Election, Dinner-Dance Sunday Night .. ._. _.*_..*•— ,yi nr Irvine Lehrman. rabbi. Carol Greenberg. president o Shctrmo Rabinovich & Sara Avlani ish Congregation — proceeds of which go to maintain the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel In I Jerusalem will take place at j noor Thursday, March 15. at Temj pi. Emanu-El, 1701 Washington! Avi Miami Beach. Thi Louis<> Waterman Wise, Yout Hostel in Jerusalem serves! as citizenship training and an center where Moslem, Christian I and Jewish youth meet for friendly I dia i u dedicated to understanding thi meaning and promise of farai Featured on the afternoon program Will be Sara Aviani, Israel's j Itaddng Yemenite singer, who has I per!o:-med throughout the world i in <• i certs, theatres and night-' Red Cross Seeks Dade Volunteers The Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross is observing National Red Cross Month with a volunteer recruitment drive throughout March. Red Cross offices are now scattered throughout the area, serving the Upper Keys, Homestead. Mode] City, the Latin community and all parts of Greater Miami. Chapter headquarters arc at 5020 Biscayne Blvd. More than -1.000 Dade residents already have enrolled as volunteers, and 900 more are sought for as little as four hours work a week, If you can talk with people, teach a class, drive, type, file, sew a help in other ways, your services are needed. Red Cross volunteers recently served in the liversupplies for Nicaragua earthsupplies for Micaragua earthquake victims and in providing food and shelter for elderly victims of a Miami Beach fire. ISRAEL WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary celebration of the birth ol Israel, has been prepared lor this and other member papers ol the American Jewish Press Association by the Department ol Education and Culture of the American Section of the World Zionist Organization. Annual election and installation I of officers of Temple EmanuKl will highlight the Miami Beach synagogue's dinner-tiance Sunday night in the Friedland Ballroom of the congregation, 1701 Washington Ave. A 6 p.m. reception will precede the 7 p.m. banquet, according to Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, president. Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi, and Samuel N. Fried land, chairman of the board, will join Judge Shapiro in reporting on the state ol the synagogue. Plans for the March 18 Purim Carnival and Bazaar, scheduled March 18 beginning at noon on the grounds of the Lehrman DaySchool, were announced by Mrs. Labor Zionists Slate Rivlin For CJA-IEF Purim Lunch With more than $13,500 already pledged at an advance gifts meetin-' tor its leadership, the annual Purim Seudah luncheon of the Tiaim Weizmann Branch of FarQl'IZ TWENTY 1. Who are the Neturei Karta < literally the guardians of • city? i 2. Who elects the President of Israel? For how long? Can ; • be reelected? 3. Who are the "Bnai Israel?" 4 Name three mountains in Israel mentioned in the Bible. 5. In addition to the Jordan River, mention one other river li Israel, % 5. Whose heroic name is associated with Tel Hai? 7. Name at least four great empires which controlled Eretz I in the past. S. Why is Latrun important? 9. "Next year in Jerusalem" is a phrase used on what < cessions? 10. What was "Exodus 1947?" Answers to the above queattoiiH will be found upside down below. Eight right answers will Indicate a good knowledge of Israel, Six questions answered correctly is passing. Cheek the Bimvera to see how well you scored. 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Kogan. president of the JNF Southern Region will address members of the Chaim Weizmann Branch of the Farband Labor Zionist Order Wednesday night. He will si>eak on "The New Nixon U.S. Policy Towards China and Russia" at the 7:30 p.m. meeting at Washington Federal's community room, 1234 Washington Ave. Moe Levin, chairman of the Weizman Branch, will preside at the Wednesday session, which is tree and open to the public. Entertainment program has been arranged by Rose Abels and Bernard Furman. Ben Singer will give a recitation. Vocalist Regina Beilin and soloist Samuel Heifitz will be accompanied by Helen Skulnick. Members of the I.abor Zionist Alliance, including the Farband and Poalc Zion, who have moved to Greater Miami and have not yet affiliated with a local branch, are urged to attend. Silberman, Levy Slated By Academy Greater Miami Jewish Federation vice presidents Harry (Happy) Levy and Morton Silberman will be special guests at the March 15 pre-Purim Seudah at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross. The 7:30 p.m. event is designed to acquaint leaders of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy with the Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. Rabbi Gross is principal of the Hebrew Academy, a beneficiary agency of the Federation. Myron J. Brodie, executive vice president, also will take part in the Seudah. along with Irving Firtel. Miami Beach attorney and president of the school. band in behalf of the CJA-IEF will be held March 18 at the A gicrs Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin hosted | the preliminary reception for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation CJA-IEF campaign. Ambassador David Rivlin, Israel's consul general in New York who was enthusiastically received at the Histadrut Foundation's MidWinter Conference, will be the special uest at the March 18 lunch-1 eon, Mr. Lfvin announced. Dr. Irving Lehrman, national j president of the Synagogue Council ol America and rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, and Myron Bio lie executive vice president of Fe 1 nation, will address the meeting of Labor Zionist supporters '•: the United Jewish Appeal. Mr Levin, national vl e presi dent of the Israel Histadrul Foundation and chairman of the recent Israel l.otulI.abor Zionist Unner, stressed thi urgent needs of the CJA-IEF both in Israel and at home. Others who addressed the special gifts meeting included Jaaob Goren, Southeastern director of, the Israel Government Tourist Ol fice; Flchanan Segal, regional manager for El Al Israel Air'ines, and Gerald Schwartz., pasl president of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Sender Kaplan, representative of Federation and former honorar> consul of Israel in Cuba, described his participation in a recent L'.IA mission and the record immigration of Soviet Jews. Carol Greenberg, president of the sitonsoring PTA. She said the event, to be held at the North Shore branch of Temple Emanu-El. 727 77th St will be the largest such celebi tion in Miami Beach for the lit!. consecutive year with rules booths, food and variety items on tap. Named as cochairmen for the Purim Carnival and Bazaar wen? Mrs. Jerome Uffner. Mrs. Richard Schwarz. Mrs. Morris Bickey, Mrs. Paul Slovin. Mrs. Armando Gerstel, Mrs. Albert Levy, Mrs Scott Lipner and Mrs. Irving Karp. The Temple Emanu-El 49ei = will hold their annual Purim PartsMarch 19 in Sirkin Hall, with president Irving Schatzman an i chairman Nat Friedman making arrangements. Advance reservations fi>: • March 28 performance b.. San i.cvenson. concluding artist ol I annual Forum Serii %  heaviest in the c .-: gal history. 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Page 2-A +Jm1sti ftcridBar Friday, March 9, 1973 Ambassador Doron To Speak At Histadrut Third Seder Ambassador Jacob Poron, Israel envoy to the United Nations and No. 2 man in the Pennaru nt AMBASSADOR DORON lissii 1 1 : Israel to Ambassadoi koah, !l 1 1 tli>' prlneakei at the traditional ["hit d Sedei s| onson •> bj 1 he 11 %  1 Council Ap II 1 %  %  '• mtaii bleau I %  '' % %  !. s • no nci %  til ol Ambas! was made -. :.i Mi e Le\ in, chairaii ol thi board, and Samuel %  eiiKu in t, 1 1' the I 1 "oi m il The Miami 1 luncl ."ii also u ill highlight : t's celebration ol Israel's %  '•'.< annh 1 rsai y "i *l itehood. Born in Leningrad 'then St. etet bi in ivii 1. Mr, Doron was educated in Berlin ami moved %  Palestine -)' 1 years ago, where he wi agriculture, steve: is an : buil I ng. He joined the Haganah in 1935, %  ante an offii er an i was in the N' at ; Defensi 11 ing the 1948-19 War ol National Hebrew ISKAHI GIFT CENTER INC. BAR VITZVAH SETo RELIGIOUS ARTICLES CIFTS 949 WASHINGTON AVE. S32-2210 *pQttjvwn *%* ipv art' Rabbi Joseoh E. Rackovsky Phone 672-7306 945 MICHIGAN VE.. MIAMI BEACH >*AAWAAA*A* > .^A^V^^VA/ American Israeli All Religious Articles Tor Synagogues %  Schools • Homes 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartr REPKUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE HAS CVIRYTHING FOR Synagogues, Hebrew Schools and Jewish Homes. Free Gift with E -ery Bar Mifzvah Outfit 417 kVas/imgfon Ave. 672-7017 imleppntlenee. Ambassador Doron %  tudied law in Jerusalem at the Government Law School, ami had %  i prominent private law practice n Haifa from 1939 until 1939. He joined the Israel Ministry for Foreign Affairs in 19.i9. and served as Consul General in the Union of South Africa and five other African nations before becoming Ambassador to Venezuela in 1937. He later served as Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago and then to Barbados before becoming Deputy Representative to the UN April 24. 1971. Mr. Feinstein said a commtitee of leaders ol the Histadrut and of the entire Labor Zionist -Movement is being organized for the 'I bird Seder, which will feature a special Israeli entertainment produced and directed by Shmuel I ershko, noted Israeli composer ana musician who is musical director of Tempi. Kmanu-EI. The Miami Beach Third Sod, i will Us the second largest In the Rabbi Groner To Lead Discussion of Esther "The Book of Esther." in a lisisslon led by Rabl i Avraham Kroner, spiritual leadei ol Conrogation El : Chainof Miami Bi ach, will '. e the subji I of the ntxt meeting of the Great Jewish Books Group Thursday, March 15, i t 2 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave Coincidentally, March 15 falls %  i the day of the Fast of Esther, memorializing tlv salvation of the Jewish people from the tyrant Haman and his king, Ahasuerus, The discussion will thus deal with the implications of the story of i sther in the ugm of today's living, Coordinator is Samuel Reiser, 1 nation, according to Mr. Levin. I ,)nly New York City will have a | ; larger celebration during Passi over. VA*§ Pamphlet Now Available A new Veterans AdministraVeterans with service on or aftet lion pamphtot "Summary of Bene' Feb. 1. 1985, are covered under il* tits for Veterans with Military j current GI Bill and a Separate Service Before Feb. 1. 1955. and j pamphlet outlining th.-ir benefits Their Dependents" Ls now availj has been available for some time rble at the Miami Veterans AsMr. BORRS said. i ns t a nce ("enter. Knom 100. Fedcial Building. 51 SW 1st Ave. ,\Ve will ho glad to send this pamphlet to any welfare office. Ura'li Film Here An Israeli movie, "Rondezvoui nursing home, homes for senior 'With Youth," will be shown or. citizens, hospital or other Institu-1 Ch. 2. on Wednesday, at 6 p.n Hon Where veterans with service Th|V f „ m Ls )nK iuced and directed prior to Feb. 1, 19.v\ or concerned ,,.,.. c. ,. ... hv Jewish National Fund, and will members ol their families can be "' leached." C. W. BoggS, officer-insnow Us •**" in "*•*> D J eta* charge said. dren and adults. Narol Ends Series Ti mple l-rael o! i Ireater Mia n field A.l ill Institute conii \tii animal season SunDi .1"; !i Nat |i Ic's si nior i abbi i i sun i.ii \ ol the series i;>n a d %  • %  --i 'ii on l l as out Lecture Series H p • ntitj ?" LET US MAKE ISRAEL ON HER 25th ANNIVERSARY ECONOMICALLY STRONG BUY ISRAEL BONDS AND GIVE TO THE U.J.A. AND EMERGENCY FUND TIL IT HURTS! Mayshie Friedberg MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT • 184 fc\E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS • ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A DIVISION OP metiean TITLE mtumAMCM conwr Community Purim Banquet To Celebrate Israel's 25th Anniversary Sponsored Jointly By Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue AND Greater Miami Jewish Federation TO BE HELD Sunday, March 18.1973.12:00 noon AT THE EDEN ROC HOTEL Miami Beach GUEST SPEAKER HONORABLE MICHAEL SHASHAR Consul of Israel in New York Nationally known entertainers For reservalionn call: 334-0271 or 758-3321, Exi. 213 Convert: $10.00 per person JACOB C. COHEN LEONARD ZIIBERT DR. TIBOR H. 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jy March 9 1973 -Jenist rh-tidliitn Page 9-C |Elections Of New Slates On JWV Agendas irunt-rtt of Florida. T.;YnV<" jliary, Jewish War Veterans b \f ami Broward will hold [fo lowing (unctions: i>li.rt K. I'ran/.hliHi I 11 will a board meeting Wednesday, !.m., at Temple Israel of liar. Marion Moskowitz will I. |III ray Solomon 243 auxiliary i members will \i^it the •n they have 'adopted' it ,, Training Center Sunday. ki mil Beach MOi Bessie Gibber, I pn sident, il! hold an %  tts night' Thursday. March s 15 pin. Shr will present n l chairmen with < -itaand sen ice pins. The auxiluts a1 the American Legion 18th and Alton Rd. [orth Shore *>^* will ho'd elecron Wednesdaj it Normandy Isle Washington lialeah-Mlanil Springs 681s omen's service chairman, m Grossman, and volunteers, \i-it th • Homestead Air Force %  Hospital on Thursday eveind serve refreshments to Tits, hospital stall and visitlbHorrowNs 68! will hold innation of i ">7:;-T-l officers on I lav it 8 l.") p.m. They meet • MT NE 19th PI. Justine Ab%  iit/ •>. %  )-' d.'-iait'iviit nresidenl v\Ml serve as insTallinp: otfficei Harry ||. < ohen SurMrte-B.il Harbor n will hold a party for patients ,,f the VA Hospital Saturday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Hospital chairman Lillian Kevoe, assisted hy Ruth Spiesel, 'Mil !"• in charge Ol refreshments On Thursday, department senioi vice presidi nl Shirley Tra i h will install the following slate ..f ncu'v elected offl ers: Lillian i••u "'. president; Sarah Tillman senior vice president; Ida Fox Junior vice president; Anna Horn bai on; Jean Parkas, conductress; Violet .la oiison. patriotic Instructor; Gilda Mend Ison, historian: IdaG ildberg. guard, and Belle Zahorski, treasurer. Colonel David Marcus 7tfi: Department president Lillian Schoon will Install l!'7.;-7i president Florenee Wrona and new officers on Saturday evening at the Washington Federal, NE 163rd St. Israeli Hop At Beth Sholom On March 17 Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom will hold it. s annual ferael hop. on Saturday, March 17. at 8 p.m.. in the temple auditorium, according to Martin J. Steiner, Brotherhood president. The anneal .social event is held each year to promote the temple's confirmatioi class pilgrimage to Israel during the summer months Scholarship subsidies are also offered to leadership training summer camps run by the Union of American Hehrew Congregations, with which Be*h Sholom Is affiliated, The Brotherhood supports the youth activities program oi Beth Sholom, THE FIRST academic chair in psychiatry at an Israeli univeratt] was set up recently at the medical school of the Haifa Technlon. The chair will he known as the Andre B. Italia rd < haii in Psychiatry. Dr. Hallard is presently ill the psychiatr\ department of Columbia I'nlvrralty and president of the Association for Psychoanalytic Medicine. >yal Oaks Opens Townhouse Display MARTIN STEINER Inwnhouse concept for condo|inm anil rental apartments is living another major Ixxist in |vv.ud County. >ur models in a townhouse first of 2.'? four-unit klo struct ores in the Lauderhlll k"i. inity oi Royal Oaks Estates, I' opened with enthusiastic re\ n among prospective owners, President Gabriel Deutacb of Royal Oaks Investment Ooriation, the builder developer, In the Royal Oaks Estates plan Ifor _'7n rental apartments in \ a io the '.*^ condominium ^lr Deutsch, a 19-year conen veteran, formerly built > %  i ses in Brooklyn and ne apartment homes in ttan. He also built .several I in 1 auderhill w hen he was i the Gabann Developi ... i ion. I two-story tow nhouses in ire .ii a ; -' range, with maintenance ^ inatel; $31 i nthly. i to $250 monthly. [ • fout int oductory m itect % %  conI followed in all condo\ ings at Ro; : %  e-bedroom, .,II i i ne-I i droom \ with two-bed m aparti.s in ,i center or a ki ne!; it i. HI, itsc-h said that mid-March f • i 'ii is in be underw BJ on i structures. The COndO models wi n decor|> : bj Irving E. Greenfield of national Galleries. He chose "v and white color scheme pr the one-bedroom, a green-blue pt for the two-bedroom r-nter unit, a lime green for the nrner two-bedroom, and a chOCOr.ie brown and gold for the threeledroom style. Maintenance Includes membership in the Royal Oaks Estates &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f J &f PAINT* BODY WORK} • SHCIAITY 4 759-0044 J 758-4025 } ACE GARAGE &f 7455 N.W. 7th kit. J MIAMI. H.* 9 coMntrc AUTOHOTIVJ 4 HRYlCt ON ALL MAKtS ^ .In M.om. W IW* ^ J 24 Hr. TOWING recreation club with its heated pool, saunas, exercise room, billiard and card rooms, putting green, barbecue grills, shuffleboard courts and kitchen facilities. Royal Oaks Estates is near to several golf courses and Shopping centers and is minutes from the Sunshine State Parkway. The location is at 5L'riil Avenue and NYV 26th St. Entrances are on N\v 55th Ave. from either Sunrise or Oakland Park Boulevards. Deutsch said the townhouse idea is destined to spread in this area. •The townhouse has tremendous advantages over the convent ion,-.I one-level building," he said. Irooms and baths are upstairs making the apartment B ier to dean. People from Ni York and Boston in particular are familiar with and favor the townhouse > th its association of being ... ;.. stairs to bed.' • e healthier in a townhouse b 1 se ol walking the • s md they enjoy being In a with these %  •! compatible I We will stnve in see ,, ,. [his is done; children an 1,, live in some buildii • n ot in others." -aul privacy is ;i" between apartments rl ,! 'Israel Camp Sets Summer Schedule Camp S'dei Chemed International, located in the gardens n'. Rishon Le'ZkHl in Israel, is preparing for its fifth season. The unusual summer camp offers se\ •n weeks of Israeli life to Yeshiva and Hebrew day school students, Youngsters rrom thnnmhout the United S'ates. Canada, Kurope and Israel participate in the program whi ;h in hides Sabhaths in Jerusalem and Bnel Brak. Intensive touring of Israel is i in I tided, and American students learn about the language and lain' %  fn.m Israeli bunkmates. (amp S'dei '.'hem Inti mat comhim the p. ifessionalism an I facilities ol fin 1 Am iricai ca .... v |jass< 1 attractions on!> | Israel can offer. The i np S'dei Chem Inte ; 1 nsen ble | %  '<; epet f o 1 ici it Israel's lai gest • ;,;,:;. in Ii rusalem and Te: Aviv last .vi i s %  • the 1 np 1: istration for thi I und waj THE "LFASF' WE CAN 00 FOR YOU! DRIVE A FULLY EQUIPPED 1373 IBL BUICK Century.. 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Friday March 9 1973 *• Jew 1st nprSdHan U.S. Jews On Threshold Of Another 'Golden Age' Jews are on the American thro^WiM BP "a nrw "pilrWt at*e Of religious and cultural creativity" that will further enrich the age-old Jewish heritage and help strongly to improve the spiritual climate of America as a whole. This prediction was made by Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chancellor of The Jewish Theological .Seminary of America, addressing a banquet in the Diplomat Hotel marking the conclusion of the Seminary's 14th annual convocation here. Speaking to Jewish leaders from across the country. Dr. Cohen -a scholar and historian warned that the country's leadership would have to meet and solve three major problems before the way could be cleared for "a new forward advance of Jewish culture and civilization in the United States." He named education, the retention of Jewish youth for Judaism, and Judaism's success in "translating religious values into modern terms" as the main problems besetting him and others at the helm of the American Jewish community. Dr. Cohen was the principal speaker at the dinner. The affair wi preceded earlier in the by the Jewish 'HIWIlMgWrT"!* .. inary's 14th annual convocation. held in Temple Kmanu-EI of Miami Beach where the Seminary presented its Herbert H. Lehman Ethics Medal to U.S. Senator Charles H. Percy (Rr of Illinois, and Gov. Reubin O'D. Askew (D) of Florida. NCCH Auction Will Benefit Local Hospital On Sunday from 2 p.m. to midnight, the North Dade Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will hold Its annual auction in the Miami Beach Auditorium. The other three NCCH women's chapters: Flamingo. Miami Beach and Miami, are cooperating in the event, and Mrs. Harold Frcedman is serving as chairman. All proceeds will go to the University of Miami Hospitals and Clinical-National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Page 3-B lYOUR MOTOR RUNS LARGELY ON WATER Your motor is yourself — every put necessary for life. It never turns off. If your car never stopped running, you'd certainly demand the best fuel. Don't do less for yourself. The water you drink — as water, in coffee, tea and drinks, becomes part of every cell in your body — for your body is 70% water. One water of proven excellence is Mountain Valley Water from Hot Springs, Ark., the first to merit 100 continuous years of use, the only water to gain nationwide popularity. Mountain Valley Water may be exactly right for you — to help you to run smoothly! DADE BROWARD 691-2280 563-5995 335S NW 73RD ST., MIAMI, FLA. 33147 cTVf ountain Valley VVcllCr HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Fiedler Conducts Philharmonic Here MAX GlflBERMAN Max Gleiberman To Be Honored Stephen J. Remsen, executive director of the Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami, has announced that Max Gleiberman who has represented the Workmen's Circle in almost every community organization for over 25 years, will be guest of honor at a dinner on Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel. Although Mr. Gleiberman is celebrating his 65th birthday, he plans to continue his activities as Southern District head of the Workmen's Circle. He will also continue teaching in the I. L. Peretz Children's School, as well as membership in YIVO. Zukunft, Histadrut and other organizations in the Jewish community which he supports with his efforts. Arthur Fiedler, among the world's most popular musicians, will conduct the Miami Philharmonic Orchestra in a special concert at Miami Beach auditorium Friday at 8:30 p.m.. Soloist for the evening will be Israeli pianist, Inana Vered. who will perform Rachmaninoff's "Rhapsody from a Theme of Paganini for Piano and Orchestra, Opus 43." For his appearance in Miami Beach, Mr. Fiedler has chosen a program appealing to all ages and tastes. The evening's first half will he devoted to Delibes* Procession of Bacchus from "Sylvia" and Bernstein's "Candide" ( < \ : %  tune. Miss Vered will then per* form the Rachmaninoff. New Bank Appointments The board of directors of Jeffer. son National Bank of Miami Beach has announced the following appointments: Peter P. Broek as assistant vice president; F.lva I,. Thompson and Nestor A. Pereira as assistant cashiers. MOTEL onta ON THE OCEAN AT 44!n STREET TRADITIONAL, S6t)6K 1 s fa KOSHER SERVICES ; „ Cft ;oSi e'en Ov Aviva Hadassah Hears Talk On What Art Isn't The Aviva Group of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah will hold its meeting on Monday, at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Morton Getz, •1970 SW 80 St. Guest speaker will be Grover Cole, director of the Miami Art Center, who will speak on "What Art Isn't.'' Brunch will he served. 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^Jewish Floridian ;i Miami, Florida — rriday March 9 1973 Section C Mizrachi Women Plan Varied March Affairs MizracM Women's Chapters are combining Purim celebrations and Youth Aliyah with regular meetings during the next few weeks. Avivu chapter has planned a Youth Aliyah luncheon and card party on Monday at noon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Barkan. 330 SW 27th Rd. Funds raised will go to the Children's Villages in Israel sponsored by Mizrachi Women. On March 19. the group will hold a Purim meeting at Beth David Congregation at 1 p.m. Chapter president is Mrs. Simon April. Miami Beaeh chapter will mark Purim with a meeting on Tuesday ; 1 1 p.m. in the Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Rache] Katz is president. Rose Ehrenreich, president of Shalom chapter, has scheduled a Purim meeting on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the clubroom of 100 Lincoln Rd. Dvorak chapter has slated a Purim luncheon for Monday, March 19, at noon, in the cardroom of the Roney Plaza. The program will Include a film. "Scrolls of Leeuwarden" made in Israel and Holland, and Jeanne Finkelstein, g u si speaker, who is Florida council coordinator. Momprei Idium are Beatrice Fui and Fannie Berg. Hadur chapter will meet on ll 12 30 p in. in the %  i loldie Cohen, 801 88th St, mi nt will feat ire Estelle who will play Israeli the laytatta, an Italian flute Sarah Shan Is chapter pres• Ruth Bressler, president of the Business and Professional chapter, will open the inkwell for charter signing on Sunday, March 25. at 11 a.m. in the Washington Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr. llntikvah chapter president Pearl Kolko and program chairman Ruth Zellner have slated a Purim package party with a Moes Chitin contribution as admission for March 22 at 1 p.m. at Kneseth Israel. A Monte Carlo night is on tap for Chai chapter, to be held Saturday, March 24. at the home of Irene Sholk, 7365 SW 131th Terr. On March 28 at 8 p.m.. the group will hold a membership rally in the home of Helen Herskowitz. •1990 SW 64th PI. Geulii's annual sale of merchandic combined with a general meeting, will take place on Wednesday, at Congregation Beth Israel. Shirley Schiff is chairman of the sale, and Krancinc Katz is president, Gail Gordon, president of Shalvah chapter, is featuring a tupper wan' party in conjunction with the next meeting on March 14 at 8 p.m. in the home <>f Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schechtcr, 4100 Pine Tree Dr. i till chapter is having a theatn party fund raising .. are selling tickets for :• omedy, "The Pocket Watch," by day account of Jev Ish life, to be perform* the North Miami Playhouse on March -'I at 8 p.m. and March 25 .'t :. p.m. Soviet Jews Visit U-M Campus For Student Struggle Mark and Elenora Yampolski, two Jews recently released from the Soviet Union, will be at the University of Miami's Hillel Jewish Student Center Friday and Sunday. They will appear under the auspices of the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, according to Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler, Hillel director. March 15 students will coordinate a write-in program for members of tne University community to solicit support of members of the Congress in support of the Jackson Amendment. The Freedom of Emigration Amendment has been introduced in the House by Congressmen Charles Vanik of Ohio and Wilbur Mills of Arkansas. Sen. Henry M. I Scoop) Jackson of Washington introduced the measure in the Senate, with Senators Edward J. Gurney and Lawton Chiles as cosponsors. Mark Yampolski and his friends were arrested last fall and imprisoned for 15 days for going to a comm i al grave near their home in Kiev, The group prayed after the murder of Israeli Olympians neai .Munich. % %  University of Miami : the -cent national onfei em e "i the Str ig -v Soviet Jewry in Washington, D, C. Btan Grumrald, local coordinator, Mike Newman and Klara Soliosky will orj n activity in the Greater Miami area. ./IS • &f • Max Lerner Sees It V, .,..;> ,; —-.'%  NEW YORK, N.Y. — Judge Joel the great characteristic art of our J. Tyler, trying the movie "Deep time, as print and painting were in Throat" without a jury, once reearlier tiroes. The fact that you marked that at any rate he was can choose to buy a movie ticket getting an education. Evidently or not doesn't make it a private he didn't like what he learned, art: It remains a very public one. for he has closed down the show even more so when a film gets with a rollicking long opinion, taken over by TV and entei "he ending with This is one throat home via advertising or cable, that deserves to be cut." To which the defendant's riposte was a mar"Deep Throat" came into public quee sign, Judge Cut hroat !" as tew ** ? icce [. !" 5 World Mourns." bolls 11 '" hc s<>xual '; pvolutl !" c ty a > has its taboos and America Is AJCongress Women Annual Golden Builders Luncheon The Louise Waterman Wise Youth HosU 1 in Jerusalem will lie the bens ary of funds raised at the annual golden builders' luncheon. Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, which will take place Thursday, March. 15, noon at Temple KmanuEl. The afte.noon program will feature Sara Aviani, Yemenite singer, accompanied by Shlomo Rabinovich, Mikki Shiff. mezzo soprano, and Danny Tadmor, Israel entertainer. Israel's 25th anniversary independence torch will be presented to the American Jewish Congress by Mrs. Fran Levey, chairman of "Israel 25." Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Sol Berlin. Helping chair the meeting will be Mrs. Judith Tepiier, preside::!. Florida Women's Division. Arrangi menus committee Includes: Mesdames Joseph Albuquerque, Jerry Cantor, Louis Elkies, Herman Friedman, Sam Herder, Irving Quartin, Harry Roth, Alex Rothschild, Charles Silvers, Jack Slatkin, Paul Wiener. Chapter presidents are Mrs. Bina Barnett, Louise Wise; Mrs. Sadie Cahn, Justine; Mrs. Roma Fineberg, Point East; Mrs. Rose Handros, Skylake; Mrs. Belle Kamen, Miami. Coral Gables; Mrs. Bertha Lewis, Mar-Len: Mrs. Jeanne Spevaek, Holly Dale; Mrs. Michel Wasserman. Golda Meir; and Mrs. Henny Weiss, Jade Winds. Histadrut Women Slate Rabbi Raab Wednesday Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of Beth Raphael, will be guest speaker Wednesday at the monthly meeting of the Marsha Wolfstein Chapter of the Women's Council of Histadrut. The noon luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel in Miami Beach is open to the public, according to Mrs, Phil ShaL %  president of the auxiliary of the Lsrael Histadrut Council of South Florida, but reservations are necessary. A book review on "My Name Is Asher Lev." by Chahn Potok, will be gi-ren by Rabbi Raab, who has been an active leader for Histadrut, larael Bonds and other organizations aiding the State of Israel. Mrs. Morris Kogan and Mrs. Al Kirson are-reservations chairmen. Tickets also may be secured at the Histadrut office. The Women's Council this year is raising money for the Israel Histadrut Fund, which enables thousands of Israeli youngsters to attend general or vocational high schools. Free education in Israel ends after the ninth grade. Kinneretz Chapter Marking Purim at Sunday Meeting Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer Women will celebrate Purim at their meeting, Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Washington Federal Bank, 1133 Normandy Dr. The program will feature Dvora Dworkin, who will give a talk on Purim. and Paul Yanofsky and his mandolin. Soviet Girl Fights To Go To Israel A moving statement by a 14-year-old Jewish girl in Moscow has been n leived In this country, and released this week by the National Conference on Soviet Jewry. In the statement Maiia Temkina. daughter "f Alexander Temkin, a noted mathematician, passionately declared her desire to go to Israel with her father. Earlier her father had received permission to leave, but refused to go without his daughter. She was denied permission by Soviet emigration authorities. Last week, the father and daughter were separated when Mr. Temkin was picked up and arrested. Marina was taken to an undisclosed Soviet Institution for children on the outskirts of Moscow. Alexander is presently awaiting trial on charges of "insulting the militia," when they took away his daughter. In her appeal Marina stated: "I want to go to Israel very much. I have been dreaming of this foi long and I shall never give this up, no matter how they threaten me and no matter how they force me to forget this. I want very much to go to my Homeland with my papa whom I love very much. "Now something terrible is menacing me: they want to deprive me of my papa. My papa and I are Israeli citizens. I am wearing a Magen David — the ancient symbol of my people. Everyone must understand that I am not a Soviet schoolgirl but an Israeli girl. Help us; I beg you very much! In two days it might be too late." "" %  '••• %  •".•"., m i -iiat socie confuse the comr, raally libertin. ,.,.... fo snoop into priva the an -.; : lertarian. ,. SI ,. f ,,,„.„. %  ii\r nnMii' e/>vital nvh'hit The producers may wrap the Hon. But we have selve in the flag ol freedom, b I '•' '•• '• % %  '•'" '' '' I ,., ether they have > %  -i Hits can practice In ;> % %  cpt the chance 1 "'•• cannot practice In i ont nue making whopping pro'•'•'• provided no one Is vlctl its We mm e careful not ..... ,.._ h a .,., va1 mean fre for | ub : S \u.il exhibitions. WITH A FILM like "Last Tango between consenting : ,:in Paris." most critics agree that outrage the large majority i it reaches brvond the erotic and pie. and make them feel surro marks a phase in the development ed and besieged. The except* of film as an art. Any < ffort to to this haw to stake out I ban it would involve us in a real •' %  '• %  ;1 exceptions by a e -. of censorship. With "Deep esthet'c anf nhilosophical Throat tlvre was only the qui "'• ;, > bein : linked with exploi iti -n tion of whether it is socially better '•• hich Is Important to the soi i -ty. to place limits around hard-core • Blue movies have been made and pornography or ignore it as a K ,, i: hI fl)1 ye aTSc very much in nuisanc. that will eventually find ,.,.,,,. and have taken their its boredom level, as many hardchancos ^y, the ]ax ,. i don':-core pornographic paperbacks have ganJ thi ( ffor to makc thom rear done *ular. public fare as a great liberBut there is a difference betarian project Before T break a tvveen film and pai>erbacks which, >i>ear for an endangered film. I after McLuhan, we cannot ignore, want to know that it belongs witth Each of the media has its own Lawrence, Joyce and Miller ir brand of vibrancy, persona] imeven within hailing distance it" pact, social consequences. Eilm is them. Some of the committee members who are planning the Temple Israel Sisterhood Shalom to Spring donor luncheon to be held on March 21 at the f$en Roc Hotel. Seated (left to right) Mrs. William I. Brenner, cochairman, and Mrs, Howaid Novell, Sisterhood president. Standing (left to right) Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Martin Wasserman, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, adviser to the committee, Mrs. Thomas Green and Mrs. Kenneth Rosen, ticket chairman.



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"arewisli Floridian Miami, Florida — Friday March 9 Section B Premier's Mission A Success i NEW YORK—Premier Golda Meir said that her talks with President Nixon in the White House last week ware "serious, frank and productive" according to an Israeli spokesman at a press briefing for members of the Israeli press and the Jewish Telegraphic Agency after sheaddressed a closed-door meeting of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations at the Waldorf-Astoria. Mrs. Meir said tl'.e talks included continuing tnic assistance and loans to Israel and the purchase of armaments. Mrs. Meir reportedly said part of her meeting with the President was d,-. tted to the question of whether there was any chance for a settlement in the MidrHi East <• i the attitude of the Arab s ites. she expr esse d the belief that Jordan's King Hussein and Egyptian enrissarj Hafes Ismail diil not bring anj new suggestions to timlr meetings with American officials in Washington. The situation, she said, is at present static, but she hoped it might change. In response to quest) ns the Jewish leaders concerning Arab terrorism, the Premier was reported to have said there was no recipe for iging a war anainst terrorism. In conducting actions against Arab terrorist bases where Japanese and Europeans are also trained, she said Israel is preventing terrorists acts against itself. She pointed out that there is almost no terrorist activity in Israel or in the administered territories, and that ironically Arabs suffered more from terrorism within the Jewish State. it was recalled that Secretary of Stat> William P. Rogers last December had called upon the United Nations for punishment or extradition of international terrorists, but that the General Assembly voted Instead for Arab proposals to study the question. The spokesman said that referring to emigration from the Soviet I'nion, Mrs. Meir expressed satisfaction that new immigrants continue to come, although not in the desired amount. She said there were many problems in absorbing the new immigrants, but that many immigrants are helping with the alorption of the newer ones. The main problems, she said, are the adjustment of newcomers to a new society and the shortage of housing. Criticizing the Soviet education tax, Mrs. Meir said that on the one hand Soviet authorities allow Jews to leave, while on the other hand they wage a ransom policy. She talked about the score* of "Zlon prisoners" In Siberia and the tens of thousands who are waiting to emigrate while living in unl>earable conditions. In other matters, Mrs. Meir said the present world energy crisis posed a severe problem and that oil states such as Libya and Sautli Arabia were accumulating money which could help them control the economies of other countries. She came out strongly against intermarriage outside of Israel. Referring to the Langer case, she said the rabbi should always have a heart when dealing with these kind of problems. Appearing earlier on CBS-TV "Face The Nation," the Israeli Premier said she saw no progress by any of the Arab countries moving toward some kind of peace talks with Israel. She termed the downing of the Libyan airliner a terrible tragedy, condemned the executions of the two Americans and one Belgian diplomat, and urged the world community to take steps to rout terrorist activities At a private reception last night In the home of Ambassador and Mrs. Yosef Tekoah, the Isr-.ieli Premier, speaking in Hebrew, told the gui*>t.s that of all the Arab terrorists who have perpetrated atrocities In the West only one is in prison, in England. "All the others are free." Mrs. Meir remarked and noted that the terrorists who committed crimes in Munich. Italy and Bangkok are back in Arab countries, in Syria and Libya, where they have received warm welcomes. She noted that terrorism, which began as a problem for Jews, has now become a world problem. '"Hitler, too, was at the beginning only a problem for Jews," Mrs. Meir said. "In fact, many problems that arc now world problems began first as Jewish problems." Referring to the harsh struggle King Hussein has waged against terrorists in Jordan, she said, smiling, "Kol hakavod tall the honor) to Hussein." Continuing, she said: "We are all told that we have to 'save' the King, and that he could do nothing against the terrorists. But when they were close to the palace, he fought them. Now we are told not to act against (Egyptian President Anwar) Sadat, because he can't act against the terrorists and that we have to 'save' him ." Pausing for a moment, Mrs. Meir added, to the laughter of the guests ". but no one talks about 'saving' the Prime Minister of Israel." Asked by one of the guests to comment on Hussein's health i who Mrs. Meir was rumored to have met last week in Washington i, the Premier said, jokingly, "If I told you that I'd be admitting that I met him, and that I won't do." Technion Scientist Reports Soviets Harass His Brother Dr. Valerie Lapidos, 42. a Soviet Jew. who emigrated to Israel last May said in Miami this week that his brother, 51-year-old Dr. Victor Lapidos, is undergoing extreme harassment by Soviet authorities. Dr. Victor Lapidos, a doctor of technical sciences who worked in Moscow's Automobile Industry Reseaich Institute, applied for an exit visa to Israel in late August and was granted permission to leave the Soviet Union upon payment of 25.700 rubles ($30,000). "He was told he would not have to pay the ransom fee if he left the USSR within 10 days. He and his wife then quit their jobs, his 11-year old daughter withdrew from school and his 19-year old daughter and her husband were expelled from the university." his brother said. The family was evicted from their apartment, and after the payment of 900 rubles for an exit visa for each member of the family, they were told it had all been a mistake and they would nut be permitted to leave," Valerie re-! ported here. Dr. Valerie Lapidos. who was in j Miami to speak on behalf of the | Greater Miami Jewish Federai tion's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund campaign, was a senior researcher | at the Moscow Scientific Institute for Mechanization and Organization. He is presently a senior rej searcher at the Technion in Haifa. He and his wife and 8-year-old daughter arrived in Israel shortly j before the ransom tax was im| posed on those Jews requesting exit visas to Israel. Mt. Sinai Founders Plan Gala Dinner Dance Over 300 community workers will be on hand at the Diplomat Hotel this Saturday night to enjoy a gala evening of entertainment and gourmet dining at the annual Mount Sinai Medical Center's founders dinner-dance. Founders are men and women who have supported the development of Mount Sinai Medical Center through individual contributions of $50,000 or more. Highlighting this year's black tie affair will be the presentation of plaques to the 30 new members of the club. Making the presentations will be Max Orovit/. Mount Sinai's chairman of the board of trustees. Medical Center president Samuel Friedland, Mount Sinai's executive vice president Samuel Gertner, and founders president Benjamin G. Kline. The new, over 300. membership platea (3161 will also be announced. Dinner-dar.ce committee chairmen are Nathan S. Gumenicks. Members of the committee are the Harry Chernins, the Julius Darskys, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fasko. the Sydney Gans. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kelner, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh, Mr and Mrs. Sydney Levison, the Alex Mansons, the Baron deHirsch Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Moskowitz. the Lewis Rosenstiels, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schaffzin and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shapiro. Music will, be by Jerry Marshall and his! orchestra, and decor provided by David Harrison. Since its inception in 1954. the founders have contributed well over $15 million to the Medical Center's recently completed $33 million construction project. The annual founders dinnerdance provides the Medical Centers board of trustees with the opportunity to give pubic recognition to the merits of this organization. March 18 Purim Concert Saluting the State of Israel's 25th anniversary, a Purim musicale will be presented to the public by Beth Torah Congregation on USY. Sunday, March IS. at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuarv at Beth Torah, 1051 Interama Blvd. The concert will feature Cantor Jacob Mendelsohn, and "The Three Generations." "The Edge of Freedom." a folk rock service, will 1H> presented for the first time to the public, in celebration of this auspicious and most joyous occasion. Tickets are on sale at the youth office, or can be purchased at the door. B U R D I N Ei"S STRIPINGS IN SEERSUCKER Good, clean line wrinkle-shedding vvashabla polyester knits. Done .' 11 expertise. Separates fro matching group: sleeve shell, white, $12 Pull-on pant, white, green, navy, $16 Seersucker blazer, navy/white only, $30 Sizes 8-18. By Bodin Knits. SPORTSWEAR II. AT ALL B'JRDINc'S STORES



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Page 8-C vJewist tkrktiar Friday. March 9. 1973 Rabbi Walkin to Officiate At Kosher Passover Cruise Sailing from New York on April 16 on its traditional "Kosher for Patsover^^^rui-s.." I ho Greek Line's flagship, the Queen Anna Maria, will he calling at San Juan. San .Thomas, Aruba and Curacao, during the 11-day voyage. It will return to New York on April 27. "With the entire ship Kosher lor Passover, the traditional cruise will he dedicated to the faithful observance of Passover, with the whole family together for the ontin holidav," notes Rabbi Samuel Walkin, vice president of the I'nion of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, who will officiate throughout the cruise. The Sdorim will be conducted with full adherence to tradition holiday services in the synagogue with rabbi and cantor, and gourmet Passover meals prepared iri the Queen Anna Maria's kitchen.-' under strict rabbinical supervision And this "holiday of education," says Rabbi Walkin. "will also relieve the lady of the house r>i the many hours ol preparation for Passover, while giving her n v, -earned vacation. ''Passover," stated Rabbi Walkin, "i.s the traditional occasion for family gatherings and reunions and many families are eonvinced that the special Passover • Ise, coinciding with the school holidays, ideally fulfills their religious and vacation needs." Throughout the cruise. Rabbi Walkin will lx> assisted by two %  is and eight mashgichim. Special rates are being offered by the Greek Line for children. All-inclusive prices for adults i ft Hi; $450 to $765 per person, based on double occupancy. subject to prior sale. 'hestras, and a full program of uiluial activities. Three of the ports of call. St. Thomas, Aruba and Curacao, in %  dditlon to magnificent shopping areas, are also rich in Jewish tralition. St. Thomas, in the US Virgin Islands, has the second ildest Jewish Synagogue under the American flag and has had leveral Jewish governors. Aruba. i i Dutch island, claims Moses Levy Madura as its first white settlor. He arrived in 17(14 from the Jew', ish community in nearby Curacao. \ which has the oldest Synagogue in I the Western Hemisphere. Mikve srael, erected in 1732. San Juan. flyman Posner To Be Honored At Ner Tamid Charles Goldstein, president of l\ rcple Ner Tamid. has announced that in conjunction with the 15th annual temple banquet on March 25, Hyman Posner will i>c honored I as "Man of the Year." Mr. Posner, originally from Washington. D.C.. has been affiliated with Ner Tamid for the past eight years. He will bo cited lor "devotion to the synagogue In his capa.i'y as ambassador at large." Mr. Posner is a mem!>or of largo. Mr, Posner is a member of the hoard of trustees, and a past membership chairman. Mr Posner and his wife. Los. have two married daughters and five grandchildren all of whom A recent North Dade parlor meeting held on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Division 1973 CJA-1EF campaign resulted in a 130 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left) Mrs. Leonard Grossman: Mrs. Herbert Dolgoff; Mrs. Howard Ullman; Mrs. Salmon Bader, 1973 CJA-1EF North Dade campaign coordinator, who spoke at the event, and Mrs. Alvin Cawn hostess. n Puerto Rico, has a largo Jewish ( "'ill be present for the tribute. community. Details for the Passover cruise are available from leading travel agents or the Crook Line office. Sephardic Group Nam fs Miam inn National Veep Everything aboard the 26.300 ton fully air-conditioned and stabilized Qmen Anna Maria has r. ., planned. Greek Line officials point out, for the passenger's ire and relaxation, from the •ir conditioned staterooms to magnificent lounges and public rooms, sun-drenched decks (ideal,! for the traditional after-meal Israeli flllll Ull IV Mrs. Stanley "I.illiane Lev!) Winn of Miami has lx>en elected a national vice president of the newly established American Sephardic Federation. She will serve wth Prof. Daniel Elazer of Philadelphia, president, and Halm S. Eliachar of Wellesley, Mass.. %  hairman ol the board. Mati Ronen of New York was appointed executive director of the ASF. The federation dedicates itsolt to the revitili/ation of Sephardic culture and heritage in the United States and the world It also seeks to aid the underprivileged population of Israel through direct and material assistance to her Sephardic citizens. Mr. Ronen, a third generation Sabra Of Moroccan origin who lives in Jerusalem, was sent to the U.S. as a special emissary of the World Sephardic Federation and the World Zionist Organization. Mrs. Winn is a Moroccan who came to the V. S. 10 years ago to work for the I'nited Nations. Mount Sinai Adds Doctors Mount Sinai Medical Center ol Dr. Kahn. formerly on Mount i Sinai's Department of Pediatrics staff, is the unit's now director of walki indoor and out-door swimming pools, sauna and gymnasium to a full series of activities for on and teenagers, baby siti services, first-run films in the dm ma, night club entertainment, ng to three different or! An Israeli movie. "Rendezvous With Youth," will hi' shown on Ch, 2. Wednesday at 6 p.m. The fi'm is produci d and directed by Jewish National Fund, and will show its work in Israel, by chil'•eti and adults, ForStudents discovering the people and places of the United States Canada. Alaska, Mexico. Europe. Israel. Scandinavia. 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. axe reou
c DetHB i i iliss,,|ution
with th' ii '
and aarv. m th. i. ..i upon
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in*, oali before Anril 2, 1873,
e netltlC* -ed
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! COPKI AN I
inun Clerk
Seal.
it-18-23
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
yB*COl:NTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 734926
I'etttloi. ..i
t .Inaaes i
and.
ra Johnson i'.-i" > t NOTICE
' Via.Mine Crawn.nl l.i\ ingst.-ii
ind
Tyrone Yilvinc^imi
t are notified that the nhove-
t d Petition, i ML. it lam-s Craw-
i and Aurora .1, -h i.s. -n Craw lord.
filed a t" ition in the al.ove-
I COUTt f"1' 111. ailontion of the
children mod in that petition
vou are e< iniitaiid. .1 to mivi' a
ofyaBjrwuti.n defenses, it any.
lenry 3Phonio-oii. Petitioners' .ii
V. Wliaa ad.lr.s- i- II-1". Solllh
107th >y. Pin M'.Hlli l"lor'.l.i. on
fore April !. P>7':. and fii. the
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. 73-4762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARIUACE OF.
RAMON lv RIVERA,
ilusl.an.l
and
MOIRA RIVERA,
Wife.
To: .m'URA RIVERA
Smith Parish
Hamilton, Bermuda
or MOIRA RIVERA
i leneral |.i >. Box 1240
Hamilton Bermuda
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dlaeolutlnn nl Mar-
ring., ha.- I.e. ii filed aua.nst you and
vou are required t" aerve a copy ol
V our written defenses, it an.v. to it on
[MARVIN I'd'SS FRIEDMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose addr, ss i- ::7.':7
s \v s Si Suite 1"^. Miami. Florida
33134 Telephone: 446-648.1. and file
i the original with Ihe clerk of tin
above styled pour! on nr befon April
6, Hii3: othi i wi-. ., d.-t.iuli will be en
tered against you for the relief de-
manded In 111. eoinplaint or petition
This notice shall he published ono
each week for tour oonxecutlye w..ks
in THE JEWISH Fl.iH-.IIMAN
WITNKSS nn hand and the seal ol
said rourt at Miami. Florida nn this
_; d.n nl Feb.. 19*3.
UlCHAltU P.BRINKER
As Clerk. CIlH'Uil Cin '
I lade t 'ounty Florida
111 i: M KI88EE
As Deputy Clerk
uit Court S.-.ili
IN THE CIRCUIT CvURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDK IAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-4*66
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE; THK MARIUAOEOF
M'-CK!.!.A JA.NE MANN
Wife
and
CIIAR1.KS C. .MANN"
Husband
TO: CHARLES C MA.NN
I in l.ynn Street
Itlosshurg. Pennsi ivania lfi!i|2
Yur. CHARLES c. MA.NN. ar.
hereby notified that an action tor
Dissolution nf Marriage has been
flk-d agalmt you and vou are re-
uuired to aerve a copy of your writ-
ten defense if any. to it on ARTHI'R
S. DA.VI8. Attorney for Petitioner.
M-Iln Ihscayne Hull.ling. 10 West
Flagl.r Street. Miami. Florida 33136.
and file the original with the Clerk
of the ahoy, -styl.d Court nn or be-
fore April 4. 1!"7::. otherwise a De-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
..I Petition
This Notice s-hall be published nne*
eaell week for four COnSeCUtlVe Weeks
iii THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal nf
said Court at Miami. Florida, on this
26 dnv of February, l73.
RICH \l!Ii p BRINKER
as Cl.rk l ir. uit Curl
pad.. County Courthouae
Pade County, i-lorida
By: R M KISSF.F.
P. nutv Clerk
ii'in uit Court Real)
:: 2-S-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1136
in RE:: Estate of
t:v\ BROWN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any idiiim* and demands
which you may have against tile es-
tate of EVA BROWN, deceased late
of Had, County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dad.- County, and file
the same in duplicate and as nro-
vid.d iii Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, ill their offices ill Ihe CoUlltV
Courthouse iii Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar month* from the
time of the first publication hereof or
the sain.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -.'1st
day of February, AD IOT8.
ANNETTE BROWN GODWIN
RI'TH B. c.ncpON
\ JAY CHIRTOL
As Executors
First publication of this notice nn
ih. 2nd day of March. i:>::'.
V JAY CRI8TOL
Attorney for Esecutors
21 Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
:: 2-:.-ik-;::
IE64E NOTICt
NOTICE OK ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3667
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIS liri.l.Nii FLICK, Husband
AMANDA JANE FLICK. Wife
TO: AMANDA JANE FLICK
Residence T'-nknown
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFHBD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has he.il filed against you and
you are required to nerve a copy *>*
vour written defense*, if any. to ir on
.MARTIN" 8, SAXON, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1461 N W
17th Avetui. Miami. Fla. 1312.", and
file the orlgmal with the clerk of the
abore styl.d court on or before
March 22, 1973: otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the
relief demand.-.1 in the complaint or
net it ion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive weakl
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court a' Miami. Florida on this
14 day of February. iv7:v
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad.- County. Florola
By C, P, COPEI.AND
As IlellUlv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
MARTIN 8. SAXON
141 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida :.:i 11.T-
Telephone: 638-e?43
Attorney for Petll......-r
Willis HuliiiK Flick, Husband
S 16-2.1
2-t
(i
FRIEDMAN AND 111'. IN
MARVIN Kiiss FRIEDMAN
::7:i7 B.W. 8 si Suit.- m Miami. Florida rtnt::t
Telephone 446-6483
Attorney f. r Petitioner
3 2-9-1B-S3
i:
til.
nil with
before
I. \ ur
'i" a
si mil f
ii- ion.
''\ KSK
nrl al
7.1
Hv i: "
p. 1.111 V
Clerk Of lhl Court
s.i\ic. on Pe I i I ioner s'
imni- dlntely thereafter
,i. .on ie,. 1 entered
i in. i. Mef d< ni.ii d< >i in
h.....i ami
land Plorlil
Ih. S:
i||| of
F.I.
Bit t V K i: i:
........ .,..(, i
U-ivskk
Cb i I,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 10
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement i
to Florida Statutes 19711
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that,
id I Baron, Trustee holder or
Count) Ta\ Sal.- Certificate No. 77::-J I
issu.-d the 1st day "t June, a P. If70.
has filed sain.- in Ihe Tax Collector's
office, and ha- mad.- application for
|| [;,\ deed to be isSUell theleOO Said
Certificate embraces the follnwiliB de-
Kcrlhed proper!) in the Count) .! Ihwle.
siate .a Florida. to-\vlt:
\i. | ,,t ;.s. Green Haven Ai'res.
Plat Book 13 Paa< T7. Se....... :i
Township 33 South. Hang.'::1 Rust,
containing IS acres more or Ii ss,
in ih, Count) ol Dad. stale oi
Florida
rio nssessmi nl "i said proper! >
l.r th. said certlflcnle was In the
1118
shall I" r. -
Hi. irop. 11 \
s,.;,i to the
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. 73-4256
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE < !'
JANICE MARINO
and
, JOSEPH MARINO
: TO: JOSEPH MARINO
><. Saratoga Street
East ItOHton, Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIF.II
: that an action for Dissolution of Mav-
riaue has been filed an.iiltst you and
I you ar.1 reuulred to serve a copy of
! vour written defenses, if any. to il on
MAN P ENGBL attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address la 1461 N.W. 17th
Av.-nue. Miami, Florida, and file the
I original with the clerk ..I the above
' styled court on or before Anril fith.
1878; otherwise ii default wilt be en-
I tered against you for She relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This untie- shall be published ..nee
In HE
HI TH
1'
h w.-.-k f..r four
seclltive w I PK8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-173
Estate of
AMRON
Ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
Inff Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar.- hereby notified and r. ouir.d
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of Itl'TII AMRON deceased late
of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dad.- Countv. and file
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7:::: Iii Florida Mat*
1 tn.s. iii their office* in the Countv
Courthouse In Dad.- County. Florida,
within six calendar months from th.
I time of the first cubical Ion hereof, ol
I the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 1'" day
of F. brua-v. All 1873
Max Arm-on
Richard \niron
Florence N'usshaum
As- Executors
First publication of ibis notice on
: the ind day of March. 1873
1 Henry Norton
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 DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Marriag.
RICHARD
I
PANE.
THK JEWISH FI.1RIPTAN
WITNKSS m.v hand and th.
of said court at Miami. Florida on
21 day of February. 1873.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As clerk. Circuit Court
Pnda Countv. Florida
Hv R E. SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
3 2-9-18-23
\i lorn, v for Estate
seal 14416 I'.iscsvile l'.nllding
this' Miami. Florida 38130
:: 8-16-23
u
Mam. of: Vern.-rsc. rv Sir-
I'nlesv -..id certificate
deem, il ncennllns tn law
described herein w ill be
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i
. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
?Voh.ite No. 73-1233
GEORGE E SCHU'.Z
EKhIi of
KliKi K"i:i.. formerly
IAC.AN.
TO CREDITORS
ml All Per.....- Ha>
mauds Against Said
ash nl th.
the firsl Mondii
. i"7::. which l
:::. nl I" '" \ vl
27th da) of Pel
lilghesl I.id.lei
Iw.U-e door oil
month of A nrl
ilav ..f April, I
Paled this
RICH VRD P RHINKEH
Clreu I 'url.
1 iad. i 'ounl Y. Florida
B) P. F Gnldstnmd D.C
ii- i in I i otirl S.all
:: 8-ltl
,11
111
III I -
111,
2nd
NOTIUC \jr ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4348
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
NICII.H. \s i N VIII IERI, JB
Husband
I, UtKNA NAGI.1ER1 Wife
TO: KARENA NAOI.IERI
I I2!i ISnvlieli VVu)
Hall Imon Mail land
V.n ARK HEREIN X<
that nn Bi Ihm H nlutlon
. age hai been filed iianlnsl
>, ii ,ii i. nub ed In serve a
IN THE CIRCUIT COurtT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-4592
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\l BERT STEPHEN OPOI.KA
Husband
IN RE: Th.
ANTHONY
Hushai. '.
and
CAROLYN PANE.
\\ lie.
""(>: Carolvn Pane
s l:.e.i Drive
pe.r Park. New York
i o Parisi
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action foi Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you at.- required to serve a ropy of
vour writien defenses, if any, lu it on
I'All. KWITNEY. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is KWITNEY St
KHiKip. sun.- "ii2, *-' Lincoln Roan.
Miami Beach, Florida 38188. and B18)
the original with the clerk ol thi above
ttvled court on or be.ore March -I.
I*;:: otherwise a default will he en-
tered against you for the rellel de-
manded .n the ...niplaint or petition.
This notice shall be ouldi-hed once
each week for b.ur consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNKSS nl. hand and Hi. a I
Of said ouri at Miami Florida "a
ibis 1.1 .lav of February, 1873.
Richard P. Brinki i
As Clerk. Ch-CUl "iirt
I mile County, Florida
Hv I, SNEEDEN
As D.-pul> Clerk
|i 'ir. uit .'ouri Seal i
PAII, KWITNEY
KWITNEY &- KR'WP
Suite ;.1J 4S0 IJiK'dii Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33138
33K-7S7S
Attorney for Petitioner .....
2-1
nd
YVONNE i 'I'i d KA
I I
A.
I to
I >is-
I PEBR\
w i.
YOl*. PEBR \ YV< iNNE < l"< '
It. .id, ii, I'llklloM ii. are notlfil
.,.,, ., iiip) .a loin iinsn er to
solution of Marriag. filed namlnsl )ou;
on hushnnd's iiltnrney. (IBOR'lh
\ICHi il AS. 1112 \ 12th AveiiUi
l Miami. Florida 33136. .....I
, w ith Clerk nl this four!
I \,.ril l"T-.. oth
. ..... ill Mai n.iu.
i vou
rib
riL-inal
r I., for.
1-WiS. lb. M--0I1I-
i\l |i,. coi f. -. .1 by
I. 'TEP Feb :: I!'" I
RICH MID P BRINKER Cler
1.1 I crititi .PC
;.fi-ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
PROBATE DIVISION. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6525 (Dowbnn)
In RE: Estate "f
HKRGI.JOT JENSEN, neceawd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crcdilors and All Persol
Ins claims or Demnmls Against
'You are hereby notified and renuired
,,, nresi in mo claims and di mauds
which you mn) have na-niiisl the sinte
,,i IIERG1JOT JENSEN decease, late
f pad. Countv, Florida. In Ihe Uil
... ,.. p nl,. Count) and fib the
lui.li. al.- and as provided In
7;::; 1 ; FI01 Idii Stututi -. in
ihe Count)' Court-
.Imlu
sum
II.IV-
Said
:-::n
notlfl.
laims
1 and renuired
and delllands
th.
1 yiHI nial hale against Ihe es-
>f Rl"Tl I \- K l:i:i K'i:l. formerly
H V. II.MiAN. ib.easel lale of
Counlv. Florida. 1.
Pol. County
I'dunli.-aie and ;i
MS:: 16. Florida
the Circuit
and HI. ihe
provided in
Statutes, in
In P
< cal.i
.. Orsi
will 1
offlc. iii ihe County Court-
H) Il.ole C.inily. Florida With-I
^%iidar months from th. time
publication hereof. ..r th.
: b. barred
>.1 nt Miami. Florida, this r.
,1 February. A.D. I!'73.
ANNF. MKItF.DITH SCI.I.IVAN
As Executrix
abltcatlnn of this noli......i
y of March. HC::
IRNNBfT
for Executrix
123th Street
>mi. Florida I316I
:: _.'. I.;.-1::
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TIC!" IS HEREBY (HVEN that
inder.-igned. desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
IAS ATET.TER BOCTIQrE
,,1'alm Avenue. Hliilenh. Fla
to register said name with
of the Circuit Court of Dado
da
SEKVII.IA 1M5IDA
2 -2:\ :; S-8-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-4824
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE <>F
.11 iSKI'll FERNANDEZ
Husband
and
PATRICIA FERNANDEZ
Wife
TO: PATRICIA FERNANDEZ
ISM While Plains Road
Bronx. N'.w York
YOl*. PATRICIA FERNANDEZ, are
hereby notified that an action f..r Dis-
solution of Marriage has he. 11 filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defense.
If anv. to It on ARTHI'R S DAVIS
Attorney for Petitioner. M-ll* "is-
.avne liuilding. 18 West Finder Street
Florida 33180. and file Ihe original
with the clerk of the ahove-stvled
Curl, on or before April ti. 1873.
otherwise a default will be entered
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Comolaint or Petition.
This Notice 'hail be nuhlMio.l once
each Week for fOUr COIlsCCUtiv, Weeks.
in THK JEWISH I! OR1DIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and seal of
said Court, al Miami. Fla. on this ;7
riai of Pehruarv. 187::.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
as Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad. Countv Courthouse
Pol, Countv. Florida
By: c p COPKI.ANP
P. ..iitv Clerk
(Circuit curt Seal)
I/2-B-16-J3
TIFIED
ol Mar
rou mil
mm oi
mm written ilefein es, h anv. to II
11 \\ IP K s'l'i INK. ail.a a. v for
pelltloner. wli..... address is 101 N W
1 Ih Av.iille. Miami. Florida, and file
II
.in
ii-
in
Pad.- County. Florida, within
fr,

In
d,
i ime of
, i the
the
aim
1 I'
11 with
.! cniirl
:. ..i I r\\ Ise i
I vou
ih.. clerk of ili-
oii nr i" foi i ii"
ib I'.nili vv ill In en
foi the fell. I de
i llll.
man.led in Ih. .on,nl.
Tins ii..lice shall be published one
ea.b week for four ,.....secutlvi week
In Till: JEWISH FM1RIDI VN
WITNKSS nu hand and the seal n
-:,i,l court at Miami. Florida on thi
l'I dav oi Feh i:'T.:
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Cir.uli Coin I
I ...do Count) Florida
By R. M. KISSKK
Av Deputy Cl.rk
(fIrcUll I ouri S.ali
P WIP K ST' INE. KSi.i
STUNK K- SOSTCHIN. I
li.l N.W I SI It Avenue
Miami. Florida 38128
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N..TICK IS HEREIH GIVEN thai
iii, n nlersigued. ileslrlllg In KHRe I']
l.u-iii. s> und. ihe fli n
INCfiME TAN BARCEI.O nl -"" S W
3rd Sir Miami. Fill Intends In reg -
-aid >...ui. i. nh Ihe Clerk ol
. ..i pade Count) Florida.
PETER BAR" El '
ISl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
: business under the fictitious name nf
RIVIERA TOWERS CONDOMINH'M
at Suite !-. MM S Dndol.ind Boule-
vard. Miami. Fla. intends t" reifister
s.i.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Pad.- Counii. Florida
RIVIERA ASSOCIATES l-TD
:; 2-C-16-2.1
A
idar
Ii. In -l pul'll' II
nil. iv ill hi ban .
Dated 111 Miami. Florida, this : iln)
,l .laiiuar). v P 11*73
JOHN JENSEN
\- Exi ub i
Firsl PUhlli alee id this die. on
ib. 16th 'i.^ "I Februai > '".
W \l I. nr S M KEH
\llorn.v for Ex. i Hi
14 \\\ I I Ave Suite One
Miami. Florida 83123 : .. ,_,,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 HIVEN that
the l...... rsign-d. desiring In I naupi I I
business under the fictitious nn me of
inn BAR al 8031 8.W. -th Street
Miami. Fla intends to register said
with the i ark nf Ihi Circuit
d Pad. i 'mint v. Florida.
DEN A 1- MAYS
Miriam I -ckei Ilia n
Attorn, v for nnnllcnnl
lv..:. s W, 3rd Avenue, Miami. Fin
:: 2-8-I8-3S
name
Court
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the li.tiiious name of
PAI.MCN ASSOCIATES nl 1487 North-
Weal Tib Street, Miami. Florida 38123
intend to realster said n ime with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Sh. Won B Pain ^
1487 NW. Till Street. Miami. Fla.
.la. I, Hun.oh
714 Sevbol.l Building. Miami Fin
Sheldon B Pall.v
\Mornev for Pnlmuil Associates
11487 N.W. Tin Street. Miami. Fla
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Page 14-A kiWisti Mrridictr Friday, March 9. 1973 Book Review Sevniour B I.iebman The Bene Israel Of Bombay i A l THOK Sctvt'ra Strizower spent 15 months In India doing n search for her doctorate In social {anthropology -\.vcn wa twarrjerl to her bv-'nc University o I Milnn. Bhc is now SI : ... ,^ %  ii*v* • lor ectoret in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at h University in Australia. The Beno Israel f Bombay iSchock ri Books, $8) is based ii|i m lifthesis. Portioi • ol this i about 10 yi ars %  i in "Exot: J \ ish i ommunil ies" the same author The tn wei volume is ir • %  • PXI nsivi and has a widei range ol .ilev -. The • e Bone I s rael who migrated to Israel havi been thi I ol much controversy the> Jews and who are they? In the Isra Consulate and the i the Jewish Agency they and thi is (a lothi ie t ish co nmunity in India) were treattd a'ike. The Israeli rabbinal • han i question! I the Jewish status of the Ba hi %  i question l the Jew ish ori ;ins and s of the Bet ael, A!! kinds i dsrs have been sug •>' *t< I to elate, the ed icceptanc as Jews has en dei I fh chi I Sephai di ra %  "i stated thai a minor, almosl perfunctory, sto] i -' taken n i ler thai thej ted a$ full-fledged members of the children of Israel. Schifra Strizower is to be commended for her ik, She refused to become Involved in the rabquestion and she accepted them at Jewa. li\id among them, won their confidences, and writes o them with great empathy but also as a trained social s icntist, She brought to her task a nin ti w ird 0 thodoxy, a knowledge of Judaism but no fear to admit her limitations In thisphen %  u. ni-iii.. mind that enabl I hei to pi-ire the ial, and the ability to make qualitative %  udgnieni She also has the fortitude to indicat i %  '•' i in ritir.gs ol othci and lo prove her % %  -.• -"I j a me nb i ol the i nmunitj who while a n >ing with 1 notes his lisagreement with -:. i fie nortii ns. We ar unati that the author did her esea : icii shi i• I her prognostication hoi thi Bene Israel communitits will disappear us one minifies wiihin 10 years dui t>> %  %  ii i com ious lisi i on the part of tlm who remain. Whiii i i Ii no signl i tribution lo the ic nt ol Jewi-h i.adit n they refusi I lo lii o .; a-II many otl roups did in i 1 ol the woiI I, iolati i fi om ci nters ol world Jewry." Thej rli.l Uuwithout having anj nosl 2,001 years. DATELINE ISRAEL By CARL ALPER7 Keep An Eye On This Man LJ ,N VAMB IS '.. % %  •,. Vusseibeh More than anj other Arab, he : closrlj associated with the imminent possibllitj i ,i peac understai ling between Israel and •' rdari a ; ace which is alreadj i ibout In gradual stag : ither than in an) dramatic signing of a tn aty. It ipublic knowledge thai he has had meetings with Golda Meir and has •iltcd more than once with Abba Ki>an, MoMie Dayan, Yigal Allon and others. He is known to be a confidant of King Ilu-s, .n Though he does not enin\ personal popularity among the Arab masses Of the West Hank many thru 1 call him "our Abba Khan." Who is this Anwar Nusseibeh? He was born In Palestine 59 years ago and studied law and history at Cambrl ge, He practiced law in Jerun and was appointed ;• judge in Jaffa ituring the British Mandatory government. Following the establishment n! Israel he became politically active in Jordan and nerved in man) important posts, among them governor of Jerusalem, Minister of Defense and Jordan ambanado* to London. In 1948 a stray bullet outside Jerusalem hit him in the lag, and he still limps, Since 1967 he has lived in lerusalem and carries an Israel identity card like an) resident of Israel. He has ffered il inei positions in the Jordan government imt refuses to leave Jerusalem, Besides his law practice In owns .' shan in a contra, ting firm in a Persian Gu I oil emirat Nusseibeh has six children He is a tennis enthusiast lovi western music, especial!) Bach and Mozart. He a I n ii a liking for Israel popular songs, He aks and writes a perfc i English He ia popular turer in Israel, and gives press, ra ho and television interviews freely. In Israel he is regarded as a "moderate." but he is acceptable In Amman. Cairo and Beirul as a loyal and patriotic Arah nationalist. In his public utterancehe doenot hide his stand. He continues to insist on Israel's withdrawal Horn the "conqui red" territories and demands return ol Arab sovereignt) over at least part of Jerusalem. He is opposed b) the militants and the younger Arabs of the West Bank who regard him as one of the old •-'iiaixi a Hussein man. He formally protests; % %  ] do not represent anybody. I am a simpli citizen who loves Jerusalem and hopes to advance peace." Vet his frequent visits to Amman and hiconstant consultations with the leaders of both countries have given him the further api>olation ol Jordan's unofficial ambassador to Israel. New spapermen here keep an eye on his comings and goings. He ia .Middle East Kissinger. Where he goes, the news will be made. He ia man to watch. Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Preparing For Brezhnev's Visit READERS Ol M t.juii Jewish organizations are iit ol Leoni I Brezhnev, the Soviet ii--" to the United States The) plan to *"•* seek a meeting with him on matters concerning Soviet Jewry. Brezhnev is coming to this country as a guest of th" U.S. government. He is returning the friendly visit made by President Nixon to tlv Soviet Union last year. It was originally understood that he will ; an ive in Washington sometime in the spring. The attitude of the U.S. Congres. toward the extensions to the U.S.S.R. of the most favored nation status in trade agreements, as well as factor, in the Vietnam situation will have much to do with the exact timing of Brezhnev's arrival. Jewish leaders anticipate that it may be difficult to control some Jewish groups from embarrassing Brezhnev during his state visit here. Major Jewish organizations are opposed to disruptive acts again-d him, in view of the fact that he Ls the guest of the President of the United States. They believe that an "aye-to-eye" talk with him may serve to discourage militant Jewish groups from anti-Brezhnev outburst They consid *r it wisest to make a collective presentation to him on behalf of all leading Jewish groups rather than to have separate Jewish groups seek to meet with him. Nb one can, naturally, foretell whether Brezhnev will agree to meet with a Jewish de'egation during hi. stay in this COUI try But Midi at ions point to the fact that b tween now and Brezhnev's stay in the i s the Kn ndln •< ill seek to reduce the possibility ol a h -tilo atmosphere against him on the Ii \\ isii Issue, Pol this direction is the statement la-t month In Mo-cow by Soviet Deputy Minister of the Interior Boris ShumUin, who is in charge of Issuing emigration visas to Soviet citizens. In an obvious effort to pave the way for Brezhnev's trip ShumUin anno meed that men who have reached age 60 and women who have reached age 55 will be fully exempt from paying the exit visa tax In addition. „,en who have worked 25, 15 and 8 years and women who have worked 20, 12 and 6 years will receive 75. SO and 25 per cent reduction, in tax respectively. There is no doubt that even if Brezhnev refuses to receive a Jewish delegation, he will hear li'om various non-Jewish sides about the Soviet discriminations against Jews, including the suppression ol Jewish culture and the special "education tax. Presideni Xixon. during his visit to Moscowcould not. understandably, be as free to speak of the interest in Soviet Jewry prevailing in the United •Mates. In Washington, however, talking with Brezhnev on American soil, he may feel himself more Comfortable in bringing this subject to Brezhnev s attention. The Soviet leader is strongly backing those In the Kremlin who advocate closer relations with the United States A word from Nixon to Brezhnev in Washington may influence the latter now, when the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. are on the road to a better understanding Jews In Sports By Haskell Cohen \\ idiows, Orphans Of Munich 11 Aided ISRAELI SPORTSMEN arc becoming more mif* %  ei j eta; as thi > leat n and read n '..' i •ned io aid the families i I murder, d 11 at Munich. Wti .1 list irl I-; lelis h re 1that (hey _• t thi res lot imehow, that our wcll-intentioi An* rlean eitis • ol thi Jew ish fait %  %  %  <• i • i co ne t>> tin a wido 1 ind orphans ret t as thi lit o! ':i, .v. mi -h mas? In ailtliti tn, the manner In w hich som f these so-cnl i ccl'ec! Ions foi memb rs ol the hi 01 ••' are made disturbs the Israelis no end. vant \ ody to know • hat tl us a< .1 ii disburse I to the l i fami lion o mey in 1 le %  ial r! I i ilttee in action v i shed for thi pi %  : nile the M David Vdon h i t hi it ioi \ .;: • ttee ; %  Irneli O'j m lies Co cttei | .i ;: ii • ed from the I I %  in • %  i > >. "und v %  •' ; %  S57 : i en I ti 11 ies in vo lion the Israeli Olympic Commitl i • I •over monies to the families ri ht i tor I I-I.H Ii OI> ii| ontingi nt n turned fn n Munii i 'I. %  imount in i-i ai II pounds i nc I i IL78, 750, uh ch wi in to various members ol thi d famili The Sports '•"'•deration of Israe 1 hold weekl) m tin in which the adult members i ii imilieithei and discusth ir various ilties m adiusting to life without theii beloved Those tings held inder the guidance Lalkin, who made the speech at the memorial s-ivi's 111 Munich, are very distressing i I Shmtte! advises me that after a session with the families he is all beat. Hard -' hit are the families ol HaHin and Slavin, the wrestlers Tin fathers and mothers these two men come tn the meetings regularly, do not make an) seen and are quiet, but grief Is -n.a! all over their faces. Lalkin rays it iimpossible to be anything but serious In discussii plans with the families. There is no opportunlt) for levity because the> arc deep in mourning lust can't •.;. t over the idea of having lost their beloved sons. What triggered members of the Israeli Obnypic and Sports Federation this week was news from the United Stat s thai yet another memorial fund was being set up for members of the families of the fallen 11 and collections were being made on a door-to-noor basis by young boys. The Committee feels that it is taking care of it.s own people adequately and it is not necessary for door-to-door canvasses for funds to help out the remaining members of the families involved. Then. too. there Ls the possibility that funds collected on a haphazard basis can go astray, not mailed to the proper sources or not bandied correctly. I take the liberty of presenting herewith the first written record of the transfer ol money to families of those who died at Munich hiring the Olympic Games Tills ithe first release to a publication on the deli dter of fund disbursement, NAVE %  %  • --. First Install. Second Inment in IL by stallment in messenger) S$ (via ban*) Bi i di Bhorr %  ;, Michael Bhorr (daughter) Cham spit/.,. r Meaaora Bpltser (mother) Dana Romano Ventoand Chtrlya (parents)' Khoshaim Khnpera Malka and Joiier (parents) Marz.l n „,l Chayah (children) Rach.l in If Mu nil Miriam Welnbera; Henrietta Marks (Mother e( Moahe wetnbora;) Bhoahana B hprlu ger BUrahu and Shana Balfln i Parents) Taakov and Anna Sliivin i Parents i Shlomoand Chans Brted. man (Parc-nta) ii. njamin Bonier (father) TOTALS 9SM "500 7;,r.n 7500 87.10 7BS 7.-.0O 7100 7S00 7i0 7S.7:," II, tsr.iao ISS.S10 157,180 m,su K7.1M 123.810 IBT.IM |M,8tO 157.120 117,111 J23.M0 l7,ite *.-.7,12li 157,110 SSTjl I I67.U %  |7,t0 <74!>,!.-l 973 er He te ts ie. is >n n Hi ill I1



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Friday, March 2. 1973 +Je*tei>ncrXfiai7 Page 7-C Blasberg Leads Board Meet. [.arrie S. Blasberg. president of • • Jewish Funeral Directors of America, presided at a board meeting in Dallas last week of Die national organization. Mr. BJasfcerg, dirgcutf of the p, isberg Funeral Chai*'i on Normandy Isle, also leii a panel discussion on "Explaining Death to I Iren." Some 60 board members and their wives took part in the dis,~ ssion which was moderated by fj .rge Goodstein. attorney for ; • i~sotrg said that he had ID £ felt for many years that children should be shielded from the finality of death of loved ones, but that he had changed his thinking when he had to explain death to his own three children. He reported that there was both agreement and disagreement with his presentation, but that the board agreed that children must face the reality of death so as not to magnify fear. The three-day meeting at the Fairmont Hotel heard Mr. Blasberg's summary of association activities since his recent election. Channel 4 To Air Story Of Miami Mezzo-Soprano A 30-minute film on the life and career of Miami mezzo-soprano Joy Davidson, a leading member of the N'ew York City Opera and la Scala Opera, will be presented on "Montage" Saturday at 7 p.m. on WTVJ Channel 4. The film was produced by WTVJ during the three-week period prior to fcnd durir:? Miss Davidson's five appearances as "Carmen" with the Opera Guild of Greater Miami last month. Miss Davidson also provides narration and a personal glimpse of the way she balances her career and family life. From left to right (seated) are Mrs. Jack Rafalove, epic chairman, Mrs. Theodore Zalles, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Fritzi Leit, ticket chairman, for the School of Engineering luncheon sponsored by Women's American ORT, Southeastern Florida Region, on March 14 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. George Steam will be honoree at the affair, and Burdine's will present the "Fete de Soleil" fashions. s.s. Canberra announces a free Caribbean cruise for one of your kids. $350* *350* $00 $50 I Now you can take a child of yours who's under 12 on a Caribbean cruise, free. Which is a pretty good price. AB the rest of your children under 12 can come along for $50 apiece. Which is also a pretty good price. It s available on the s.s. Canberra's March 26th cruise from Port EvergladC Ifs a great way to see the Caribbean and see your family, all at the same time. And it just might be cheaper than leaving them home. /-„„u,„. 0 Your kids will be well taken care of on s.s. Canberra There !" a playroom, a paddle pool and a nursery with nanny and nurse... and some of the most fascmatine islands to sec in the Caribbean. For you. there are two great restaurants, three pools, more open deck space than any passenger ship afloat, Z re Sc room than the France, more staterooms than The Oceanic. a nd the best cruise values %  rom Florida. the Oceanic ^ ^^ ^.^ Ship „ ,„ Port Everglades just this once, so be sure to book now. ipricwSge from this S350 minimum to $1,550 on our ,0 day ennfe on March 26th. Caribbean ports you H visit ar^ Nassau. Port-au-Prince. Curacao. Barbados, Marti1 .,„'d St Thomas. Prices are per person based on 32Se cKcupancyThere are over 50 rooms at the mini%  ^iTSSfcK information cal. your Travel I (2 12) 867-0150. For more information on other Canberra cruises, rlease send in the coupon. s.s.Canberra Jhe World Cruise Ship %  % %  ; %  : : s.s. Canberra, c/o Cunard PO. Box 373. Farmingdale. New York 11735 Sirs: Please send your free brochure describing s.s. Canberra's Caribbean Cruises. Name. AddressCity -State. .Zip. My Travel Agent is. P£0. sailing ihe seven seas under the British r IJR since 183 Represented in the VS. by Cunard Steam-Ship Company Ltd.



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Fage 12-A ^knisHH-crfJi^r Friday. March 9, 1973 Shown (from left) manning telephones at the Federation 31dg., are dollar-a-year men. Dr. Nathan K. Spector, Albert H. Milstine and A. I. Sunshine. Albert Milstine Launches Dollar-A-Year Program Vlbert H. Milstine. 74. and his wife of 48 years Sarah, recently retired and came to Miami bringing to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation a program he had loundcd and headed in Chicago for the past 14 yean: the dollara-year volunteer program. GMJF officers were familiar with the success of MiLstine's program in Chicago and knew that he had launched it. so several weeks ago Mr. Milstine was named chairman of the GMJK dollar-a-year program. Helping people in need is the ] most important thing to me." said TWr Milstine. "My goal is to use m\ 14 years ot experience in Chii ca £0 for the benefit of this Jewish community." In the short time that Milstine, Jack Sunshine and Nathan Spector have been active as GMJF dollar-a-year men. they have been responsible for g< curing $60,000 I I CLUB PARTY TIME hNOWattb* Wonderful World ot BANQUETS • PARTIES LUNCHEONS MEETINGS FabuJo oa Dinin g Facilities Private Areas 4 Garden* American & Cantoness Menu at All Times Authentic native Show RESUURMI and GARDENS US 1 JUST NORM OI&Ul'S'eiAMPftB. JWV Convention To Be Held Here June K to 10 Department of Florida Comi mander Herbert L. Gopman has 'announoid that the 27th annual state convention of the Jewish War Veterans and Ladies Auxiliary will be h"ld at the Playboy Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach during the weekend of June 8-10. Ralph Rosofsky was named •{•airman of the convention e~-n mittee by Com. Gopman, Rosofsky Is a past commander of Post 174, and served a< JWV's national adjutant. Stale Ladies Auxiliary president LiiMan Schoen has ar>i>ointed Sophia Lee co-chairman of the convention committee. Mr I.ee is a past state Auxiliary president. Poetry For Pleasure Poetry for Pleasure class, conducted by Arnold Kleiner, is held every Monday, 7 to 9 p.m., room 103. nt Ida Fisher School, 1424 Drexel Ave. in gifts to Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. Working out of an office in the Federation building, they man telephones five days a week; wuiKing toward making the 1973 CJA-IEF Campaign goal ot $15 million dollars a reality. This money will help support Federation's 50 local, national and overseas social welfare agencies; twenty-two of which are Miamibased. 'Jacques Brel' At Temple Sinai Sunday Evening The t'niversitv of Miami Ring Theatre production of "Jacques Brel is Alive and WelJ and. Living in Paris" will give Its first performance since returning from Washington. D. C. at Temple Sinai of North Dade on Sundav starting at 8:15 a.m. The company performed as part of a national collegiate drama festival held at the Kennedy Cultural Center and was one of 10 selected In a national competition which included 3.000 drama departments from colleges and universities throughout the nation. The production is part of the synagogue's Fine Art,-; Series. The Ayalons, Israeli entertainers. and Geula Gill, singing star and Israel's official Ambassadress of Song, were featured in the synagogue's first two evenings of music. The Ira Sullivan Jazz Quintet will be featured on April 15th as the final event in the synagogue's Fine Arts series. Serving on the temple fine arts committee headed by Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley are: Kenneth J. Schwartz, Joseph M. Peiken. Mr. and Mrs. David Amove, Mr. and Mrs Harold Greene. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Kaddison. Mrs. Ralph P. Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kromsky, Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Kurtzack. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rachleff. 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Friday March 9 1973 *Jewisti ftcridfian Page 9-A French Elections May Help Israel Continued From Pag*. 1-A tern. which "nablcs candidates to withdraw in each other's *AL isop Continued From Page 4-A the astute George the treasury Schultz. That is not the end of Connally's part in the story. He was ;i so the fir-t to bring to the Nixon administration a much more nationalistic approach to ill mal trad • an %  monetary policy. THE BKTTIXG iheavy thai President Nixon has been • manently converted to this novel approach. The evidence is strong, t it. Having pursued the equal on so far. you can then see why tradi policy can ~<> %  asi i to the • %  nter o( ihi political stare (; i • %  M any and hi• totallj their forn i --..I,. •! hi \ are now -Tun. ly protects i THEIR ( I RRK> : I U] • 1 spot -red by thi inel S< n. Vane Hartke I ana This bill would srl i I -\ % %  v : n imeos 1ain ex %  pssive Am." • %  an i rts • foi r n • % %  •!i' wo il i also take a fearful whack at ; :• %  i ni-v. i"i:'tii'.!i:oiia! Ami : lean corporations, which the labor lea lers %  tli ase ,-,,, [h i%  Istrai II in % %  I li %  past A s to I j. w „,i | • | the ha 1 i lerest' o! i • •"' ,v and An • < %  •''" now to '•" the II".:.. t< -i-. ON Til VT 1 ais, a t'n > ,:. | ,. %  • %  .••':. %  • I witv I •' • ; I to imi '' ( • '' nol be i bean lv • i fade. As a .... Wine fo ht he add the You can %  %  outcom •' Shultz-N t a'ons tl lii nd how thb o utcome would ad th President. But mwt Nail l that he can new attain his ulti goal with o-tani/.d labor unless he erts further help from the liberal l> moerats expects and relies upon. %  : % %  • favor, cou'd Rive final victory to the Gaullists if they obtain the sujiport of the small, 12.4 per cent, but now all important Reform Party The second round will take place Sunday. Even if the Gaullists win, the new Gaullist government will have to put up with a far larger and more dynamic opposition. The entry of the Reform Party into the new government, which most obsei vers here take for granted, would probably in\.>'\. the appointment of Lecanuet as t • % %  h foreign mini! t< The currenl minister, Maurice Schumann, seems in i ani d from a Cabinel • %  • exl rovi n : ni as y po >r showing ; en : : pra tica ly ce to be reelected to th Ho : ling to French ti nini ters ..: %  • %  in' iriablj tpnoii ed from within the lowe Lake Tahoe.You've had a great afternoon in the snow. You deserve Seagram's V.O. The First Canadian. First in smoothness First in lightness. First in sales throughout the world. All the others come after. Jose Martinez, DALE Director, At Belli \m t.., ..I.. .,, 1 : %  .' t at 1 Beth %  : : %  ••'.-•>-. • %  %  • 1; : I '•,'.:' %  pi : •: I %  ..,....• i 1 t has ient nosl Miami ai a %  • ~ ): %  ••.". ed as an assistant L'.S Attomej General for the Southern District of Florida, and, in 1961 *as appointed a special L'.S. attorney for the District o! Puerto Ri'o. In 1971. he Joined one of Miami's leading law firms. but in 1972, accepted his present J position. 3 -/ ) IAN WHISKV cwi w *nisi- am w SUICIU miswts. six uws OLD, BC b reow SIKMU DISHLLUS CO .< c. **My!hvoriteGrl .-^; '" M *'_ii,iiir i """— Tyy*'*.-^. Winston tastes good, when a cigarette should. which he Warning The Sutgeon General Has Oeiermined That Cigarette Smoking Is Oangetous to Your Health. i'iiis!" |" SUPER KING OR KING 101 TOMCCOC SUPER KING KING: 21 mg/W". 1.4 mg C • %  *cmoiD I. niwiine, av. pw ciflareitt. t J C Repcn AUG. TL.



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9 1973 +Jewlstrk>rktkMi Page 11-B BA1 NOTICE OF ACTION ;TIVE SERVICE •ROPERTY) JIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT )A. IN AND FOR COUNTY. lion No. 73-4844 )R DISSOLUTION (ARRIAGE Ui;i: BETWEEN. It MAN IN SHIMAN Mrs. innoo Road UCAl NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVHN that the undersigned, desiring to engage hi business under the fictitious names "i HAltl.l COMPANY (Not Incorporated) Iiritoc COMPANY (Not Incorporated I at number 18 W PlMler St. No. 811. iii in.UJV rd-'rk.of Hi.Circuit Crnin ol Bade County. Florida. Hated :M Miami. Florida •lav of February. 1873. Alfred |. Ci.l.y Peggy HieleV :: t-8-16-N lliis 23 |HEI:EI:Y NOTIFIED Dissolution ..I Marfiled against you ami 1 • 1 I P. "J I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY r.ivKN that ,! the umlersianed. desiring to engage in •d to **"e a oi ; | 1UKin ,. w mu }„ the fictitious name m EKL'Sv" ""^i"..','.,'.',"! IMtlMK PltnPEHTTES at TWS B.W. \STKIN A.S .Al. Br.lt. ,,-„, Terrace. Miami. Florida intend r Petitioner, whose ad. ,,, r ^ Kis ,,. r Mli .i „;,,„,. with the Clerk I.m. oln Road. Miami „ f Inr circuit Court of Dude County. and file the original fr|orlaa of Hi.ab..y, Styled Wll.l.AKD P. JONES before Anril 4. IT: OEORQE K. BCHINDfXKR fault will be entered HERItEKT '/.. MARVIN the relief demanded I^MtSt'N MARVIN it or lu-tition. Attorney* for PRIME PRl 'PERTIBS ki. ill be published nnce TTT N w "2nd Avenue [f.'ur consecutive w.-eks Minuii. Fla. ::::i-W H FI.OK1H1AN I 1U--'. '. -'-!• hand and ihe seal nf iatni. Florida, on this %  MS. |tl> P. BRINKEH Circuit Court, i.un'y. Florida SNEEHHN emiti" Cl.-rk 'all fSTEIN A ST.M LtGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that' NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to rnmure In I Hie undersigned, desiring tn engage In business under the fictitious name I business under the fictitious name of of ECOS MAGAZINE at 4IS N.W APCOA al '•• %  %  B.W. 7"th Street. 271 h Avenue. Miami, Fla, intend to South .Miami. Hade County, Florida Intenda to register aald name with the Clerk ..I the t Irctlll Court of I lade bounty, Florida. SOl'TH 1-MAiKIHA AUTO PAINTERS, INC. By Morton 11. Rnaen, President KOMMEU KOUERS, LOItHKR SIIKNKMAN 4;n Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida S3131 ^ 16-23 :; ^-n rogiMer said name with the 1 lerl, of the Cil lH Court of liade 'ountj. FloiicU. RAU I. R, OI.I\ A -.ce! Jt>SI 1 LAZAOA :."'. lf-23 :: 2-9 HER. 1 ^felilll.el .1. ^Florid: lavei it '2-K.IC-23 [H CIRCUIT COUHT BtNTV. FLORIDA ^ %  O. 73-4895 ( %  ^^ %  RlSDlCTION DIVISION NOTrCB BY PUBLICATION >-:: T i %  %  lam of t>and. and" *. iA JLdjIjT'ni^^B M c,tTii:i:i:i:/.. r.si• SantaJ KUira .'.72. Santiago. axe reou c DetHB i i iliss,,|ution with th' ii and aarv. m th. i. ..i upon nn COBB. K-.i i::i"-ll Ci.ngr.-ss in*, oali before Anril 2, 1873, e netltlC* -ed 'ed FehTfe I";: Kir*.. M ClerV %  i u in alt !• COPKI AN I • inun Clerk Seal. • it-18-23 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE r ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR yB*COl:NTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 734926 I'etttloi. ..i t .Inaaes i and. ra Johnson i'.-i" > %  T< I NOTICE Via.Mine Crawn.nl l.i\ ingst.-ii ind Tyrone Yilvinc^imi t are notified that the nhovet d Petition, i ML. it lam-s Crawi and Aurora .1, -h i.s. -n Craw lord. filed a t" ition in the al.ove• I COUTt f" 1 111. ailontion of the children mod in that petition vou are e< iniitaiid. .1 to MIVI' a ofyaBjrwuti.n defenses, it any. lenry 3Phonio-oii. Petitioners' .ii V. Wliaa ad.lr.siII1". Solllh 107th >y. Pin M'.Hlli l"lor'.l.i. on •fore April !•. P>7':. and fii. the 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. 73-4762 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MARIUACE OF. RAMON lv RIVERA, ilusl.an.l and MOIRA RIVERA, Wife. To: .M'URA RIVERA Smith Parish Hamilton, Bermuda or MOIRA RIVERA i leneral |.i >. Box 1240 Hamilton Bermuda Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an action for Dlaeolutlnn nl Marring., ha.I.e. II filed aua.nst you and vou are required t" aerve a copy ol V our written defenses, it an.v. to it on [MARVIN I'd'SS FRIEDMAN, attorney for Petitioner, whose addr, ss i::7.':7 s \v s Si Suite 1"^. Miami. Florida 33134 Telephone: 446-648.1. and file i the original with Ihe clerk of tin above styled pour! on nr befon April 6, Hii3: othi i wi-. ., d.-t.iuli will be en tered against you for the relief demanded In 111. eoinplaint or petition This notice shall he published ono each week for tour oonxecutlye w..ks in THE JEWISH Fl.iH-.IIMAN WITNKSS nn hand and the seal ol said rourt at Miami. Florida nn this •_• %  ; d.n nl Feb.. 19*3. UlCHAltU P.BRINKER As Clerk. CIlH'Uil Cin I lade t 'ounty Florida 111 i: M KI88EE As Deputy Clerk uit Court S.-.ili IN THE CIRCUIT CvURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDK IAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-4*66 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE; THK MARIUAOEOF M'-CK!.!.A JA.NE MANN Wife and CIIAR1.KS C. .MANN" Husband TO: CHARLES C MA.NN I in l.ynn Street Itlosshurg. Pennsi ivania lfi!i|2 Yur. CHARLES c. MA.NN. ar. hereby notified that an action tor Dissolution nf Marriage has been flk-d agalmt you and vou are reuuired to aerve a copy of your written defense if any. to it on ARTHI'R S. DA.VI8. Attorney for Petitioner. M-Iln Ihscayne Hull.ling. 10 West Flagl.r Street. Miami. Florida 33136. and file the original with the Clerk of the ahoy, -styl.d Court nn or before April 4. 1!"7::. otherwise a Default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint ..I Petition This Notice s-hall be published nne* eaell week for four COnSeCUtlVe Weeks iii THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN. WITNESS my hand and the seal nf said Court at Miami. Florida, on this 26 dnv of February, l73. RICH \l!Ii p BRINKER as Cl.rk l ir. uit Curl pad.. County Courthouae Pade County, i-lorida By: R M KISSF.F. P. nutv Clerk II 'in uit Court Real) :: 2-S-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1136 in RE:: Estate of t:v\ BROWN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any idiiim* and demands which you may have against tile estate of EVA BROWN, deceased late of Had, County. Florida, to the Circuit Judges of Dad.County, and file the same in duplicate and as nrovid.d iii Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, ill their offices ill Ihe CoUlltV Courthouse iii Dade County. Florida, within six calendar month* from the time of the first publication hereof or the sain.will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this -.'1st day of February, AD IOT8. ANNETTE BROWN GODWIN RI'TH B. c.ncpON \ JAY CHIRTOL As Executors First publication of this notice nn ih. 2nd day of March. i:>::'. V JAY CRI8TOL Attorney for Esecutors 21 Northeast First Avenue Miami. Florida 33131 :: 2-:.-IK-;:: IE64E NOTICt NOTICE OK ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3667 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: The Marriage of WILLIS liri.l.Nii FLICK, Husband AMANDA JANE FLICK. Wife TO: AMANDA JANE FLICK Residence T'-nknown YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFHBD that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has he.il filed against you and you are required to n erve a copy *>* vour written defense*, if any. to ir on .MARTIN" 8, SAXON, attorney for Petitioner, whose address is 1461 N W 17th Avetui. Miami. Fla. 1312.", and file the orlgmal with the clerk of the abore styl.d court on or before March 22, 1973: otherwise a default will he entered against you for the relief demand.-.1 in the complaint or net it ion. This notice shall be published once each week for tour consecutive weakl in THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN WITNESS mv hand and the seal of said court a' Miami. Florida on this 14 day of February. iv7:v RICHARD P BRINKER As Clerk. Circuit Court Pad.County. Florola By C, P, COPEI.AND As IlellUlv Clerk (Circuit Court Seal i MARTIN 8. SAXON 141 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami. Florida :.:i 11.TTelephone: 638-e?43 Attorney for Petll -r Willis HuliiiK Flick, Husband S 16-2.1 2-t (i FRIEDMAN AND 111'. '• IN MARVIN Kiiss FRIEDMAN ::7:i7 B.W. 8 si Suit.mi in h i ami land Plorlil Ih. S: i||| of F.I. Bit t V K i: i: %  ........ %  ,..(, i U-IVSKK Cb i I, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 10 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement i to Florida Statutes 19711 NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that, id I Baron, Trustee holder or Count) Ta\ Sal.Certificate No. 77:: J I issu.-d the 1st day "t June, A P. If70. has filed sain.in Ihe Tax Collector's office, and hamad.application for || [;,\ deed to be isSUell theleOO Said Certificate embraces the follnwiliB deKcrlhed proper!) in the Count) %  Ihwle. siate .a Florida. to-\vlt: \i. | ,,t ;.s. Green Haven Ai'res. Plat Book 13 Paa< T7. Se. :i Township 33 South. Hang.':: 1 Rust, containing IS acres more or Ii ss, in ih, Count) ol Dad. stale oi Florida •rio nssessmi nl "i said proper! > l.r th. said certlflcnle was In the 1118 shall I" r. Hi. irop. 11 \ s,.;,i to the 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. 73-4256 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: MARRIAGE < •! %  JANICE MARINO and JOSEPH MARINO : TO: JOSEPH MARINO ••><. Saratoga Street East ItOHton, Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIF.II : that an action for Dissolution of Mavriaue has been filed an.iiltst you and I you ar. 1 reuulred to serve a copy of vour written defenses, if any. to il on MAN P ENGBL attorney for Petitioner, whose address la 1461 N.W. 17th Av.-nue. Miami, Florida, and file the I original with the clerk ..I the above styled court on or before Anril fith. 1878; otherwise ii default wilt be enI tered against you for She relief demanded in the complaint or petition. This untieshall be published ..nee In HE HI TH 1' •h w.-.-k f..r four seclltive w I PK8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-173 Estate of AMRON Ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Creditors and All Persons HnvInff Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You ar.hereby notified and r. ouir.d to present any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate of Itl'TII AMRON deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Circuit Judges of Dad.Countv. and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 7:::: Iii Florida Mat* 1 tn.s. iii their office* in the Countv Courthouse In Dad.County. Florida, within six calendar months from th. I time of the first cubical Ion hereof, ol I the same will be barred Filed at Miami. Florida, this 1'" day of F. brua-v. All 1873 Max Arm-on Richard \niron Florence N'usshaum AsExecutors First publication of ibis notice on : the ind day of March. 1873 1 Henry Norton 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 DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Marriag. RICHARD I PANE. THK JEWISH FI.1RIPTAN WITNKSS m.v hand and th. of said court at Miami. Florida on 21 day of February. 1873. RICHARD P BRINKER, As clerk. Circuit Court Pnda Countv. Florida Hv R E. SHEA As Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seali 3 2-9-18-23 \i lorn, v for Estate seal 14416 I'.iscsvile l'.nllding this' Miami. Florida 38130 :: • 8-16-23 u Mam. of: Vern.-rsc. rv SirI'nlesv -..id certificate deem, il ncennllns tn law described herein w ill be THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION % Voh.ite No. 73-1233 GEORGE E SCHU'.Z EKHII of KliKi K"i:i.. formerly IAC.AN. TO CREDITORS ml All Per Ha> mauds Against Said ash nl th. the firsl Mondii i"7::. which l %  :::. nl I" %  '" \ vl 27th da) of Pel lilghesl I.id.lei Iw.U-e door oil month of A nrl ilav ..f April, I Paled this RICH VRD P RHINKEH Clreu I '• %  url. 1 iad. i 'ounl Y. Florida B) P. F Gnldstnmd D.C IIi in I i •otirl S.all :: 8-ltl ,11 111 %  III I 111, 2nd NOTIUC \jr ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4348 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: NICII.H. \s i N VIII IERI, JB Husband I, UtKNA NAGI.1ER1 Wife TO: KARENA NAOI.IERI I I2!i ISnvlieli VVu) Hall Imon Mail land V.n ARK HEREIN X< that nn Bi Ihm H nlutlon age hai been filed iianlnsl >, II ,II i. nub ed In serve a IN THE CIRCUIT COurtT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 73-4592 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION \l BERT STEPHEN OPOI.KA Husband IN RE: Th. ANTHONY Hushai. '. and CAROLYN PANE. \\ lie. ""(>: Carolvn Pane s l:.e.i Drive pe.r Park. New York i o Parisi YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action foi Dissolution ol Marriage has been filed against you and you at.required to serve a ropy of vour writien defenses, if any, lu it on I'All. KWITNEY. attorney for Petitioner, whose address is KWITNEY St KHiKip. sun."ii2, *-' Lincoln Roan. Miami Beach, Florida 38188. and B18) the original with the clerk ol thi above ttvled court on or be.ore March -I. I*;:: otherwise a default will he entered against you for the rellel demanded .n the ...niplaint or petition. This notice shall be ouldi-hed once each week for b.ur consecutive weeks in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN WITNKSS nl. hand and Hi. %  a I Of said ouri at Miami Florida "a ibis 1.1 .lav of February, 1873. Richard P. Brinki i As Clerk. Ch-CUl "iirt I mile County, Florida Hv I, SNEEDEN As D.-pul> Clerk |i 'ir. uit .'ouri Seal i PAII, KWITNEY KWITNEY &KR'WP Suite ;.1J 4S0 IJiK'dii Road Miami Reach. Florida 33138 33K-7S7S Attorney for Petitioner 2-1 nd YVONNE i 'I'i d KA I I A. I to I >isI PEBR\ w i. YOl*. PEBR \ YV< iNNE < l"< It. .id, ii, I'llklloM ii. are notlfil .,.,, ., iiip) .a loin iinsn er to solution of Marriag. filed namlnsl )ou ; on hushnnd's iiltnrney. (IBOR'lh \ICHi il AS. 1112 \ 12th AveiiUi l Miami. Florida 33136. I w ith Clerk nl this four! I \,.ril l"T-.. oth • ill Mai n.iu. %  i vou rib riL-inal r I., for. 1-WiS. lb. M--0I1Ii\l |i,. coi f. -. .1 by I. 'TEP Feb :: I!'" I RICH MID P BRINKER Cler 1.1 I %  crititi .PC ;.fi-ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE DIVISION. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 72-6525 (Dowbnn) In RE: Estate "f HKRGI.JOT JENSEN, neceawd NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Crcdilors and All Persol Ins claims or Demnmls Against You are hereby notified and renuired ,,, nresi in mo claims and di mauds which you mn) have na-niiisl the • sinte ,,i IIERG1JOT JENSEN decease, late f pad. Countv, Florida. In Ihe • Uil ... ,.. p nl,. Count) and fib the lui.li. al.and as provided In 7;::; 1 %  ; FI01 Idii Stututi -. in ihe Count)' Court.Imlu sum II.IVSaid :-::n notlfl. %  laims 1 and renuired and delllands th. 1 yiHI nial hale against Ihe es%  >f Rl"Tl I \ K l:i:i K'i:l. formerly H V. II.MiAN. ib.easel lale of Counlv. Florida. 1. Pol. County I'dunli.-aie and ;i MS:: 16. Florida the Circuit and HI. ihe provided in Statutes, in In P < cal.i .. Orsi will 1 offlc. iii ihe County CourtH) Il.ole C.inily. Florida With-I ^%iidar months from th. time publication hereof. ..r th. : b. barred >.1 nt Miami. Florida, this r. ,1 February. A.D. I!'73. ANNF. MKItF.DITH SCI.I.IVAN As Executrix abltcatlnn of this noli. i y of March. HC:: IRNNBfT %  for Executrix 123th Street >mi. Florida I316I :: •_•.'. I.;.1 :: E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TIC!" IS HEREBY (HVEN that inder.-igned. desiring to engage under the fictitious name IAS ATET.TER BOCTIQrE %  ,,1'alm Avenue. Hliilenh. Fla to register said name with of the Circuit Court of Dado da SEKVII.IA 1M5IDA 2 -2:\ :; S-8-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 73-4824 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE: THE MARRIAGE <>F .11 iSKI'll FERNANDEZ Husband and PATRICIA FERNANDEZ Wife TO: PATRICIA FERNANDEZ ISM While Plains Road Bronx. N'.w York YOl*. PATRICIA FERNANDEZ, are hereby notified that an action f..r Dissolution of Marriage has he. 11 filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defense. If anv. to It on ARTHI'R S DAVIS Attorney for Petitioner. M-ll* "is.avne liuilding. 18 West Finder Street Florida 33180. and file Ihe original with the clerk of the ahove-stvled Curl, on or before April ti. 1873. otherwise a default will be entered against vou for the relief demanded In the Comolaint or Petition. This Notice 'hail be nuhlMio.l once each Week for fOUr COIlsCCUtiv, Weeks. in THK JEWISH I! OR1DIAN. WITNESS mv hand and seal of said Court, al Miami. Fla. on this ;7 riai of Pehruarv. 187::. RICHARD P. BRINKER as Clerk. Circuit Court Pad. Countv Courthouse Pol, Countv. Florida By: c p COPKI.ANP P. ..iitv Clerk (Circuit curt Seal) I/2-B-16-J3 TIFIED ol Mar rou mil mm oi mm written ilefein es, H anv. to II 11 \\ IP K s'l'i INK. ail.a a. v for pelltloner. wli address is 101 N W 1 Ih Av.iille. Miami. Florida, and file II .in IIin Pad.County. Florida, within fr, In d, i ime of i the the aim 1 I' 11 with .! cniirl :. ..i I r\\ Ise i I vou ih.. clerk of ilioii nr i" foi i ii" ib I'.nili vv ill In en foi the fell. I de i llll. man.led in Ih. .on,nl. Tins II. .lice shall be published one ea.b week for four secutlvi week In Till: JEWISH FM1RIDI VN WITNKSS nu hand and the seal n : ,i,l court at Miami. Florida on thi L'I dav oi Feh i:'T.: RICHARD P. BRINKER As Clerk. Cir.uli Coin I I ...do Count) Florida By R. M. KISSKK A v Deputy Cl.rk (fIrcUll I ouri S.ali P WIP K ST' INE. KSi.i STUNK KSOSTCHIN. I li.l N.W I SI It Avenue Miami. Florida 38128 Attorney for Petitioner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N..TICK IS HEREIH GIVEN thai iii, n nlersigued. ileslrlllg In • KHRe I'] l.u-iii. s> und. ihe fli n INCfiME TAN BARCEI.O nl % % %  "" S W 3rd Sir • • Miami. Fill Intends In reg -aid >...ui. i. nh Ihe Clerk ol ..i pade Count) Florida. PETER BAR" El ISl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  the undersigned, desiring to engage In : business under the fictitious name nf RIVIERA TOWERS CONDOMINH'M at Suite %  •-. MM S Dndol.ind Boulevard. Miami. Fla. intends t" reifister s.i.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pad.Counii. Florida RIVIERA ASSOCIATES l-TD :; 2-C-16-2.1 A idar • Ii. In -l pul'll' II nil. iv ill hi ban • •! Dated 111 Miami. Florida, this :• %  iln) ,l .laiiuar). v P 11*73 JOHN JENSEN \Exi %  ub i Firsl PUhlli alee id this die. on ib. 16th 'i.^ "I Februai > '". W \l I. nr S M KEH \llorn.v for Ex. i Hi 14 \\\ I I Ave Suite One Miami. Florida 83123 : .. ,_,, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 HIVEN that the l rsign-d. desiring In I naupi I I business under the fictitious nn me of • •inn BAR al 8031 8.W. -th Street Miami. Fla intends to register said with the i ark nf Ihi Circuit d Pad. i 'mint v. Florida. DEN A 1MAYS Miriam I '•• -ckei Ilia n Attorn, v for nnnllcnnl lv..:. s W, 3rd Avenue, Miami. Fin :: 2-8-I8-3S name Court NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the li.tiiious name of PAI.MCN ASSOCIATES nl 1487 NorthWeal Tib Street, Miami. Florida 38123 intend to realster said n ime with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida Sh. Won B Pain ^ 1487 NW. Till Street. Miami. Fla. .la. I, Hun.oh 714 Sevbol.l Building. Miami Fin Sheldon B Pall.v \Mornev for Pnlmuil Associates 1 1 487 N.W. Tin Street. Miami. Fla S/S-8>IS-83 MOVING TO METROPOliTAN WASHINGTON OR BALTIMORE ARIA? DO YOUR APARTMENT HUNTING The Free Easy Way (301)587-6614 QUICK, CONVENIENT NO-COST SOLUTION APARTMENT FINDERS ASSOCIATES LTD. B2J9 FENTON STREET SILVER SWING, MAKYLANO



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Friday March 9 1973 +Jeist> nrwicifor Paqe 5-1 %  w at ill Jewish Involvement Heavy In Social Science Projects B> S|M-t siicial service programs has been gathered and analyzed In the newest publication ol the Hillel monograph scries. "My Brother's Keeper." Breadth and scope <>r the programs give encouraging testimony to the readiness <>l" Jewish students tn participate in activities such .is t itoring, counseling, and volunti er a r\ lee to ihe disadvantaged. Monograph, which was prepared i>\ Judyth R. Saypol, a staff assistant < %  ; tho national B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, deals with service to the Jewish community, peer group counseling, ami programs on behalf of the community at largci It deals in detail with student ic: c nse to programs for Jewish aged; the Jewish poor, Jewish inmates at |>en!il MMMHIbnt, am! Jewish children who arc handicapped. Report also illustrates the effectivc manner in which students can hcl;> other students on the peer ie\ •-.,>>. lie, according to Jan. S. Knoji C(\" chairman. Pi". Leon Kroi is spiritual leader of the com (ration, and R i linn j Jolt. ;i Hiarj rahhi, is in charge of r Chairmen of the Biscayne Cancer League annual eviction to be held on Saturday, March 17, at 8 p.m. in Unified Hall are (left to right) Mrs. Marvin Kaleky and Mrs. Richard Pinkiert. HOLLYWOOD ART MUSEUM cordially invites you to visit a fine collection of Israeli Watercolors and Oils By Mary Schneider of Toronto 10:00 a.m.-4 p.m. daily Exhibition through March 24 on Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood The Magic Water of a Quiet Spring Net the heart ol Amend i quiet Sprint bubbles its aaeles.s Mt to the earth's surface today, just as it has tor longer than mankind knows. A hundteJ years a>;o the name "Mountain Valley" was Riven to the spring. Continuously since then, the water has been winning new triends until now it is the only natural spring water popular across the nation. When-you fust taste Mountain Valley Water, you'll feel like you're drinking real water for the first tune. Drink it awhile--soon you'll know what incomparably good watei can mean for you. 691-2280 ,,.....563-5995 3356 R.W. 73rd St., Miami, Pis. 34147 cTVIountain Valley yni&tGY HOT SPRTMS, at. HIE BREATHTAKING WATER VIEW Spk RIGHT ON THE pIHMll WATERWAY RENTAL APARTMENTS i raw •>WH' &jSSfeSi&^'-^ 1IEDM0M 11ITH from s 240<. s 260^ 1 BEDROOM 1 'i IITH from s 250t. s 270 w 2IEDR00M 2 UTM from s 290. s 335iri FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED APTS. AVAILABLE OCCUPANCY JULY, AUGUST 1973 Look what you get at no extra cost: • r .: bench within walking d***once • Ample Iree r~ lor 'it ."•"'! ond q t'H • lu*h londxcaping • U"dergrou"d tlectnc and telephone *fvict — "0 po'n Of wife! • Complete Rtceotion Canter — pool, taunot. whirlpool. ihu'Otboard, co'd roo" ioc>ol hall with ., i -eai' r: a kitchen • SeuMfy • launrvy. troth chute* throughout • Spnoou* opCmeMi • Privo*# terrace* with \\-a ng glas* doori • £a*v CICCM1 clOtttl • Wn'i 'o-woll CO'C*' ,r 9 • 5-lje kltChaM • CO^*I !" JOUS C'ean ro^qe 0t" %  > Di'.riwo^ie' w io-"d *r""?d"'g • P".po*nl • c r %  t.,„ o„*, -,f.nor-freeier • Ro"^' hoed w.th 'o 17070 COLLINS AVE. (Behind I 70th ST. SHOPPING CENTER) PHONE 945-1050 OR 944-5960 • Decorator floor coverings • Luminous ceilingi • Spoce for dinette iet • Formica CObirtry • Pail-through to dining ore*) • Cantrpl air conditioning end | *>eotmg • Etcgint bothi • Matter TV ontenno — conned"" >n eoch apartment • Ampl elevator service in each | building All appliances by I I o LDjcri_ri_tr



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ge 2-B +Jenif fhrkfi&r Friday. March 9. 1973 I Emanu-El Sisterhood Schedules 33rd Anniversary Luncheon Irs. Eugene J Iftofeertai Weiss tarn BI %  •, ointed gi %  hahn of tlu33rd Anniversary tchcon ot Ten %  pie Kmanu-KI &od. The cala event, one tho social hi_-hii.-hi."I tht %  :sh community calendar, ha> n acheduled f": March 21 at n in t!n> Eriedlanc' ballroom ol Miami Beach congregation in. Weiss' accenunce waa a "•HT.II by Mrs. Benjamin fMeli off. Sisterhood president. fbx Temple Kmami-Kl players. of the community's best•wn theatrical groups, will p*ct a special pei e of on Stoppers "prod and t I bj Trixie Levin pasi pn si lent of raj B Brrlth Women. erbert Schra^a CM Prexv <)f flfudalb Israel k i t M Malka in* -: • < .-•. % %  A. %  ..%  %  In the •n_ I %  n He :• nor i I ••coffe si* C inH •:. :l y -. md c'.i I Neuman '' %  • • er. reM iris Fel.iu hoi '. Max n t S • -. fi• i igenn. sa Wi taon. i' ; v. 1 irity Tennis Tournament 1* Lorbi. Cits. •• % %  :* I tstti Research institute • | Idins Tennis To H •:• %  S : %  • .! %  • i "luh. Ti : \w %  '. be ( %  -.:,:• ': The I i imenl • %  -•f Mrs NaTy Mrs. Joan Ja %  ... 10.12-15% RETURN ON MONEY LOANED AK9 SECURED BY PRIME MORTGAGES INVEST S3,000 & UP 945-5237 VRAMID FUNDING CORP. 1110 NT. 163rd St. North Miami B-u<-li Wholesale Dijtributors of H nen's dH ision chairman of the "Send a Miami Beach him tn Camp" fund. She is an K-ti\e member of ORT hairman of the Miami Beach Shalom of Federation. She said he i chair.:vn include: Mrs. Irving Open. atrons' committee; Mrs. Mirchcon and Mrs. Charles Rosen%  latw^aftr awmgiinw. atas\ Mr* I Goouinan and Mrs. Ar, Peariman gifts committ n he: include Mrs Tc: Hollo ami Mrs Seymour) Singer. Patrons of the luncheon will bt invited to a private pre-luncheon wine-tasting boui sponsored bj B Bni "> Rabbi Taiieiibaum Praises Dr. Graham's Key '73 Stand B\ gparlal R-i-ort N::\V YORK :•-: Tancnbaum this week wel %  constructive contribution to Intel: • : • in lei si in ling" the si itement b) Dr Bill; Graham n which he < v dtion "to ail forms ol Intimidation and proselytising" I and .:r. bad a speci %  -' i the Jen Ish | eoj k with %  ihe Covenai I is el Rabbi Tanen nati of into ffairs ol the American ." I ttei %  • • % %  • news on Dr Graha si ti m ill in the context of growing understanding in Christian-Jewish latj ms • e. Kej T Rabbi Tan n a m e\. -nee that em would encourage other %  lear that Key T" i aimed ai tted Chrtsl nd has r..i intention of | ing the '•"•> isl He called attention to Dr. Graha ex essi n < %  : his own < vans %  i hy i ha\<• • Jew as J. w s, I culand • : % %  Arm pluralism, .n which religious ners t I '.r ng the G : timely signifi Is • ii an •.• : •• ntributior undei -i i stress that ha en between ny On I'tiat;* • J H Kej "7 lizing efforts aim I I Few ish *I Lov? You Rosa" I I. '•. V i P. i-,. I-: ... f. icia entrj r this year's Besl Foreign Fi n Os %  ; :. %  > \.'u-... e • here at V i -. ; .s % % %  Thx il • lack Kassewitz, 'second from left; chief editorial writer of the Miami News and chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith recently spoke at the annual meeting of the residents of the Arlen Houses East and West The breakfast meeting, which was held on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-1EF campaign, resulted in a 40 per cent increase in contributions over the same gifts lest year. Shown (from left; Irving Cypers. 1973 CJA-1EF genercl chairman of the Arlen Houses, Kassewitz. Carl Sc'nlesir.ger. 1973 CJA-IEF West Bldg. chairman, and Mitchell Wolfe. 1973 CJA-IEF East Bldg chairman. Onlv ICY POINT BLl EBACK RED Salmon has it... y Insist on ICY POINT Brand-gain assurance of Quality, Flavor, Integrity h'\ : ••. : %  •' and is g If -too! Even N *• majoi • fcani .. %  -. • %  i -:..: %  •'. %  • I'se ICY 1 IXT BLI n I i tj .".'._•••.:• %  .. d with la • • %  U > Pi 'INT BLIEBACK Rl ncalorii two ideal for weigh t I ty timi % % %  : %  %  %  • : • • %  VLIT^ THS. Van I SEND FOR PREE RE( IPE BOOKLET TODAY! | R v; %  • %  v \ .• ; %  I r .. trM-' %  \ORIAH KOSHER POUITRY ani sp Pracaaaan •ni Ixpritn tkt fmeff U.S. Govt. Is#tct^ KOSHEg MfATS oni POUITRY 1717 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fit. Pk+n* 37}.laSS I J Shelf Confidence For Your Family A shelMull of Mott's and Sunsweet will go a long way toward Keeping your family happy. For refreshing appet.zers. there's Motfs Apple Juice, Sunsweet Anricot Nectar Prune Juice and Apricot I Apple Prune Juice Mott s Apple Sauce. Motfs Chunky Apples and Apricots, and Apples and Raspberries, as well as Sunsweet Prunes make the most wholesome delectable desserts. All are tops for tasty zesty noshtime treats! Be a smart balabusta: check your supply and put what's missing on your shopping list MOTT'S and SUNSWEET K ALL CERTIFIED KOSHER



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Page 4-C +Jei$i> ncjriati&jn Friday, March 9 M.B. Hadassah Groups Set Youth Aliyah Events Jit ibpwn. -Mrs. Hannah Friedman will preside. Israeli Group ill meet at the Hotel on Monday, al noon for a snack luncheon. Mrs. Esthei Meyers will preside. Mt. Scopus Oroop will meel on Monday at 12:45 p.m. at 5 Island \ve. The film, "Now Their Horn.' is [srael." will lie shown, Mrs. Miami It, ,,, |, < hupter of Hatliiw%  ah Groups are holding meetings on the following dates. Morton Towers will meet on Monday, at the American Savings 3L'0O Lincoln-ltd, at 11:30 a.m. A Purim program will be presented along with coffee and cake. The film, "Now Their Home Is Israel.' will be shown. Mrs. Philip Houtz will preside. Renanan Granp will meet on Clarence Freedman will preside. Monday, at noen ai the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prince, 7553 B i ann r Ave.. Treasure Island In honor of Youth Aliyah, an Israeli musical will be presented by Mrs. David Raab. Mrs. Saul Breeh vill preside. Forte Towers will meet on Monday, at 1 p.m. in the 1200 West Ave. auditorium, EUfreda Solis Cohen will speak on "Henrietta Szold, Mother of Youth Aliyah." [man will preside. 9 Group '* ill have a h Balmoral H'tei./J Baj Harbor luncheon at th< on Monday, at 11:30 a.m. The film. "Now Their Home U Israel," will be shown. Mrs. Joseph S ;hei l "ill preside. Working to complete details of an exhibition deigned to "Judaism Throuqh the Arts" are members of a Bath Sholorn committee: Mesdames David Drucker, Jack Hartley Albert Greene, Julius Ser and Meyer Kotler. The exhibition will open the weekend of March 9, and continue throuqh March 29. Other members of the committee are Mesdames William Alper, Royal F. Jonas, Samuel Leiner, Anna Miller Leonard Miller, A. Lawrence Rose, Harry B. Smith. Ted Bcdin, Marvin Marx, Irvinq Miller, Morton Robinson Walter G. Sail, Howcrd Slotnick and Lewis Zorn. MAKIIYH UMfNH Marilyn Berliner Hannah Sanesrh will have Its -, .. Youth Aliyah luncheon on Tues-l^ll"i CVftlOft .-1 day, at the Ed?n Roe Hotel. Mrs I ftpfJi f)fH'j(J A Purim program bv the "MeioLouis Dweir will be chairman of dies" with Isabelle Heller. Sadye Padrlen and Jen Rosenberg will be presented. Rose Godlin is program chairman. Mrs. Jules Lcssem will preside. KIIUTIH Lazarus will meet for lunch ai noon on Monday at Holiday Inn ai 87th and Collins Ave. A Purim program will be presented. Mrs, Henrietta Fine will Kadiniah Group wi'l have a Youth Aliyah luncheon on Monday, in lb. 51 [hi room of the Porol Hotel. Mrs. Lou'Neleber i i.iix-oin Group '.v i ". meet Monday, in the club room of 100 Linc • "A Purim Seu lah has been planned. Mrs. Pan Liflin will preside. SouChgate Group will meet in thi terrace room of the Southgate Towers on Monday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Edith Jacobaon, education chairman of the Miami Beach Chapter the day. Bob Newkirk will entertain with rongs accompanied by Marilyn Berliner of Coral Gables, a former New York City art teacher, will display her art Sally l.a/ar Mrs Barnett Baron: ,. J work on Sunday m Beth Davd will preside. Congregation's board room at Triton Towers will hold its 7:30 p.m. The exhibit is mson I by the Fine Arts Committee of Beth David Congregation, and is open to the public. \\ i Youth Aliyah luncheon at the) Eden Roc Hotel on Wednesday. at noon. Entertainment with Edward Klein and Co. Co-chairmen} are Frances Levenson and Anne Hertzenberg. Mrs. Morris Winawer will pros i le Kttdir Cantor Group will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon Thursday, March l" 1 at the Fontaine-' bieau Hole!. Trudy Lawrence will be mistress of ceremonies with the "Luconto Boys" highlighting the entertainment, Mrs. Shirley Green will preside. s-oiithirate Group will have its Mrs. H. rliner graduati 1 Hunter College in New York with a Ba< hclor ol Arts di p ee al ti i majoring in art and art history, While attending the New V rh University Graduate School of Art Education. Mrs. Berliner taught art in the public schools. She also attended the Traphagen School ol | Fashion Design in New York, and received further art training at 'c/^/c/M/ presents the COMP.iTE Sleeping jSectutii WITH GUEST ARTISTS VIOIETTE PETER VERDY MARTINS of Hadassah, will b e truest speakYouth Aliyah luncheon at noon the University of Miami. er. Mrs. Shirley Kaine will preside. Henrietta Scold will meet on Monday, at the Algiers Hotel at no n for a luncheon. The film. Their Home I•-• Israel." Will Thursday. March 15 at the Ed< n Author of several children's Roc Hotel. Mrs. Frances Rosenj illustrated art books, Mm. Berliner j berg ill be chairman of the day. with .Mrs. Shirley in. serving as president of the | South Florida Chapter of the Hunter College Alumni Assn. • NEW YORK CITY BALLET" FREDERIC FRANKLIN CHRISTINE KNOBLAUCH • KIRK PETERSON • DENNIS POOLE • STUART SEBASTIAN • FREDRIC STROBEL NATIONAL BALLIT CO (CAST OF 70 DANCERS) 'H/iimii hill, I (Xtlit %  /. Conducted by OTTAVIO DE ROSA SAT.. APRIL 28 8:15 P.M. OME COUNTY AUDITORIUM fc \ \ S Miom, Ballet MAIL ORDER FORM INCIOS10MT CHICK fO IN OtCHISTA N ol trottl MfZIANINf miCIS 0CH HO 00 II SO SO Will HO 00 il SO UNli ACIOB TICKITS A V All ABIE NAME PHONE ADDRESS S TATE ZIP, MAKI CHICKS PAI All! TO MIAMI BAllIT CO SIUSW M.dST SOUTH MIAMI UA 1JI41 PHONt 667 S S4 1 (NCIOSI Sill AOOtfSSf O INVElOPf s j %  *** %  SATURDAY, MARCH 10 65,000 DOhiNJlANDICAF^ %  *" : Tr-rsmnetp


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Friday March 9 1973 +Jewlsti Fk rid inn Page 3-C Goldberg Praises Senate's Action On Genocide Pact By Special KVport NEW YORK Former Supreme ; Drawing plans for; the testimonial Temple Beth Moshe will give Charles Weissman at the Fontainebleau Hotel on April 7 are lrom (left to right) Jack Perelman, Mrs. David Stark, Herbert Lelchuck and Mike Kolodny. Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel, spiritual leader of the congregation, is seated. A champagne breakfast held at the Mutiny Club at Sailboat Bay on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Division 1973 CJA-IEF campaign resulted in a 91 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left) David Schaecter, guest speaker; Mrs. David Schaecter, hostess, and Mrs. Lewis Silberman, hostess. The breakfast was underwritten by Sailboat Bay cwner-developer Burton Goldberg. Miami National Bank is participating in the U.S. Department of Commerce's "Export Promotion Multiplier" program. From (left to right) Roger LaRoche, director of the Commerce Department's field office in Miami, presented a certificate to Roy Talmo, president, and Robert Henderson, vice president-international, acknowledging Miami National Bank's work in the program. The program was initiated to develop stronger export activity of the United States. V A breakfast held recently for the residents of Seacoast Towers East on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign resulted in a 60 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left) Mrs. William Einhom, Attorney Richard Essen, guest speaker, and William Einharn, 1973 CJA-IEF" Seacoast Towers East chairman. bor States. Justice Goldberg expressed conj fidence that the Senate leadership | would brinR the Convention before I the Senate for a vote early in this session. He pointed to the fact Huph Scott. 53 Senators, had lie (n s: ;: I by i the Foreign Relations Committee This, he said, demon-' strong support from both political parties lor consideration and ap'"** rprovhl ^f this measure by the that thej Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, Chairman of the Ad Hoc Commit] tee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, this week applauded the unanimous action by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in approving the 22i hi 1 : "'"' ,, s Promptly in report.,„._, ling out the trcatv and also noted year-old Genocide convention. It llu „ a hi !)artisan u Uor lnitiated has been in force since 1953 and [by Senators Frank Church, Wildorsed by Presidents Tinman, has been ratified by 75 U.N. mem-' liam Proxmire, Jacob Javits and | Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon Senate. Justice Goldberg added U.S. ratification had been en 25th ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS! ISRAEL 24 day AIR/SEA FROM S 1 0 45 00 Luxurious 22 doy Mediterronean cruise with 10 DAYS IN ISRAEL plus the following ports MILK. • METE • DUIMVMCI • VENICE • LONDON Fly BOAC 747 from Miomi 10 Mo'ogO where you boo'd Ihe Elegant S S Romania using the vh.p o\ your ho'el. THE TOUR INCLUDES: • Round T.ip TromotlontK IOAC 747 • All Coii'fi MoW on the Ship • Sti full 0oi ol S.gMemg in li-oel • Contmuout ffttf.totnnienl Aboo \hip the elrqont S S Bomnn/ci .UkuriOUl 31 doy rruilf wtth 10 DAYS IN l$RACl plus the ('lowing pet*. Mil Ul. CRETE, OUIROVNICK. VENICE. LONDON ChonH' • fl^OO"! S S Romnnjo il O 'Ofl'iOw>, fully o" tcndi*'0ned *f^ca• O'-d Continental lend coitnuous dnily activit e* 10 days n Ivael t lull doy* O* siqh'swpmg included, *ilh the ship o* you' hotel du'mq *his crowded ond congested pe'tod. The tou' include* o stopo*e*


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Page 10-B vJenisfi fkredis/r Friday, March 9, 1973 tMAi wor/ct LEGAL nonet Rhode Islanders Meet Opera 'WertJier' Premieres At Dade Auditorium Monday IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-792 GEORGfc E. SCHUL2 In UK: ttaUt* of EMANUEL, P. GREENBERG deceased. ^. -si rft %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and AH Persona 11 ivIni claims or Demands Against Said 1. late: You arc hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands. which you may have agalns! the & %  • The Kluxle Island Miami. will Club hold NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEBV GIVEN thai Oreater ill.' underalimed, desiring to engane : monthly miftinp anil ".imp's nipht in business under the fictitious name "nmi> mil tini, ana games m K ni of Hoi/. STORES at 1CU 8.W. 1st <>n Sunday, at i p.m.. in the Street, Miami Fla. intends to re1ater Miami Hoach Federal. 12.34 Washsaid name with iiu( lerk of the < Iruit Courl of Dade County, Florida inyton Ave. VICENTE B ROB 1/16-83 ? %  8-3 ifGAi Nona NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underaljpied, dealrlnaj to engage in business under Ihe fi lilious name of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned. desiring to engage In fictitious The Florida premere of JuU-s The opera in throe acts is the third in the current series of four major productions to be mounts by the Opera Guild for 1973. Leading artists of the Metropolitan at Miami j and I-a Senla Opera are featured and auain in tin" French opera, to be stag^l I for the first time in Florida. Massenet's opera "Worther," will he present d by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami at 8:15 p.m.. Monday, at Dade County Auditorium, W.Mtht'Ml iV Beach Audito'ium, March 17 at Dade. 16. Florida Statute*, in their offices lu the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Filed at Miami. Florida this 9 day of February. AD. 1873. KATi: GREENBERO DK. MARTIN GREENBERG As Executors Piral publication of this notice on II 16 day "I February, 1973. JOSEPH SCHMIER. Esquire. Attorney for Executors 6"". Lincoln Koad. Suite 26 M ami Uea.-h. Fla. 2/1H-23 3/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKKJIY GIVEN that th~ undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SMI-GOOD ENTERPRISES at c/0 Curtis Smith. 1301 ronede Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl >rida. MILTi IN C QOODM VN CURTIS SMITH :n II,Tux C GOI IDMAN A* orney for Sml-Good Enterprlaea 620 Blacayne Building Miami. Fla. 0313" 2 16-23 3 2-9 MARIA A ol.ANO 2 2:: :: 2-9-16 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. 73-4680 PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: the marriage of PATRICIA ANNE BEEK and DANNY LEE BEEK To: DANNY LEE BEEK 30 Oak Brook Drive No. 3 WiJIiamsvill... New York Vnr ARK HEREBY of Dade County. Florida. HANCOCK INDUSTRIES. INC. a Florida corporation By: Lester H Yavitc, Vlce-Pres. Nelson & Frldman. P.A. Attorneys for Hancock Industries. Inc. 113.". Kane Concourse Miami Reach. Florida 2 23 3 '2-9-16 bituato NOTICE OF AC .UN CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NQ. 73-3963 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION SILBERBLATT. Louise, BELL. Bert. 64. of Mi! Gordon. BRODSKY. Isadora, 82. of M.B. Gordon. CAMINEZ. Hyman. of M 1:. Riverside. DAVIS. Sarah, of Miami. Riverside. EHRENWORTH. Nathan. % %  ol Ml: Gordon. GRITZHANDLER. Frames, of \\ Palm Reach Cordon. KUBATSKY. Ell. 1700 Collins Ave.. M.B. Levitt 12.".:. ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE NOTIFIED IN RE: The Marriage of that a petition for Dissolution of your 1 DONALD S OREENLEAF. Husband Marriage has been filed ami com-' anil menced in this court and you ar,. reHI'TII O. OREENLEAF, Wife .iiiiied to serve a copy of your written defenaea, if any. to it on Joseph SCHMIBR, Esiiuire. attorney for Petitioner, ndtose address is 60S Lincoln Road. Suite 306. Miami R.ach. Fla. and file the original with Ihe clerk of the above styled court on or before April 4. 1973: otherwlce a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or petition. WITNESS m\ hand and the seal of Pennsylvania Ave.. M.B, Blasberg. STEINBORN, Anna H.. B5, of M It. New man. WEINTHAUB. Samuel, 33, 2'.".:: point East Dr. N.M R. Blasberg. SAPOLSKY. Mlllicenl, S2. at" West Ave., M B, Riverside ZARNETT. Max. 71. of M ii. Newman. ZEICHNER. Max. .".*. 142" Ocean Dr.. .\l n Gordon, tlon for Dissolution of MarBRODY. Abraham. <4. US'*" Abbott been filed against you and Ave. M B Riverside To: Hl'TH (I OREENLEAF Route 3. Rox 4B'.'-I) Roone. North Carolina 2Xfi"7 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an : riage ha said court at Miami. Florida on this' file the original with the clerk you are required to serve a copy of, FELDMAN. Zosa, 83. of M it Newyour writt lefenses, if any. to It ,„.,„ interment Mt. Nebo on DAVID M GONSHAK. attorney riNCBKRO, Dorothy. 74. 863 Bay for Petitioner whose address Is 1497 n r ijlasbers V W 7th Street. Miami. Florida, and HOFFMAN. David. 76. of N.M.B, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name <>t DIXIE GARDENS APARTMENTS at 14850 West Dixie Highway, North Miami. Florida intend* to register said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court ..I Dade County, Florida. HANCOCK INDUSTRIES, INC a Florida corporation Bj Lestel H Yavltz V'ice-Pn %  ii n Feldman, P A v irneva for ii news Industries. Inc. i i Kane Com IUI -M n B< .. %  h, Pis : U : 23 '-3-16 36 day of February. 1373 RICH \i:n P BRINKER. As i 'lerk. Circuit Courl Dad,County. Florida Bv I. SNEEDEN As Deputy Clerk ." 'Ircuil Court Seal) J( ISEPH SCHMIER 608 Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida Attorned foi Petitioner •9-1(1 !I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY I1IVEN thai 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 M .., CON STRUCTIVE SERVICE MARIA it DOMINOUEZ. Plaintiff. VS R VMON i> : i: \n \ %  I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO 73-1159 JOHN R. 8LANTON i. HE i: %  t( • PUN IP KRAI'S ^.,| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AIM I us Hav.. lm* "i Den indf Againsl P E late: You fled and reqiured tu nr. rns and d. mandi v Ii h \-u mas ha>• %  againsl the ••-at* ol Philip Kraut deceased late of 'ounty, Florida, to the 'In uit "i Dade Counts and file the In duplicate and as provided In 16 Florida Statutes In their In the c,,unty Courthouse in for f..ur consecutive week • c,, um y. Florida within six palJEWISH FLORIDIAN. Street. I'nion City, New Jersey TO: LBONILO GUTIERREZ AND DOI ORES DUTIERREZ. 2005 Bergen Line Avenue I nlon City. N'ew Jel • \ T U ARE HERERY NOTIFIED mat an action to mini. -.. a (rusi and compel you to convei to the actual owners the proper!) whli h o. u hold trust thsain.being: 1 of 164 of JOHN \ CAMPBELLS ," T I ,. ,: 'A"MS, a Ilngtoplw %  '-'•' led in idat I k 4" age 3|, of the Publli R< ...ids 0 f Dade Count) Florida been filed agninsl 'tin ed to the above styled court on or before March 2-i. 1373: otherwise a default will be entered against you f.r the relief demanded in the complain! or petit ion. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN WITNESS m.v hand ami the of said court at Miami. Florida on this 16 day of February. r7:t RICHARD P. BRINKER As i'lerk, i'it-uit i'ourt i lade • 'ountv, Florida B) R M KISSES As Deputy Clerk 'tr. uit Curt Seal I lew ID .\| i;> IN8HAK 1497 N \V 7th Street Miami. Florida .' Attorney for Petitioner 2 23 .1 2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-5128 NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: Till-: MARRlAi IE I IF WILLIAM BETHEL Husband-Petitioner and vou and you • your written %  • to It ..,, LEE WEISSENRORN attoin.y f,, Whom address Is Suit Building, in N E Fust Street. Miami Florida and file II rlginal on the erk ..i court before March 88, 1873 ptherv Be %  hidgmenl may be entered against you f..relief demanded to De publlahed once each w.-.k month, from the time of the publication hereof. ,,r the same W I'i b. i, Ot ed Filed H Miami. Florida this 22nd .1 .f February AD. 1378. EVA RAPKE But i. tt Rank of Miami Reach. N A. B) Robert 11 Saltman As Executors WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court at Miami. Florida this 12 day of February. I;• 7;t RICHARD P. BRINKER clerk of Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By: It. J. Ft Y as Denuty Clerk LEE WEISSENRORN First nuhllcatlon of this notice on the! Suite 401, Flagler Federal Bldg. 2nd dav of March. 1973. Rll HARD A fiROSS Attorneys for Executors 6"-. Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla. 3/8-3-16-23 111 N E. First St. Miami. Fla. (51 o|:i \ K. BETHEL Wife-Respondent TO OLORIA K BETHEL l PADM< 'RE DRIVE KINfSSTI IN. JAM A II' \ Yor. OLORIA K BETHEL, nr. h.tei,y notified H a' ;, I', t tlon for Dissolution ..f Mao iage has bi %  againsl you and you are required in % %  : > • ., ,.,,,! ,,( your Answei or Pleading i.. said I', tition for Dissnlu Marriag the Husband-Petitioner's attorne). Ronald I. Davis Ewi P.A tl7 Blaca) ne Building, l!' W Flagler Street, Miami, Florida Phoni ::7:-.2s.".l anil file the original Vnswer or Pleading In the offlci of the thi Plaintiff Clerk ..f the Circuit Cpurl t before I01, Flagler the 12 da) of April, 1878 If you fail to .I., so, ludgmenl by default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition for Dissolution of Marriage THIS NOTICE shall b.published oi each week for four t4 consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 1 day of March. 1373. RICHARD IV RRINKER Clerk Circuit Court Dad.County. Florida Bv: c l> ci il'F.I AND Denuty Cl.-rk (Circuit Court Seal! 3/8-16-38-30 2/16-23 3'2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE U ^ E e. NTH Jn D'CIAL CIRCUIT CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE F DADE^OU NT ? F R ,N E L^ E ENTH C % T Dfc^rc,R P CU T ,T E ^^l3BlS.V. DADE COUNTY. General Jurisdiction Case No. 73-3941 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE 1 RE: The Mar riage of • i ISTINI' HI GREGl iRlO. Husband -andIU( mil-: M QREGORIO %  Ti %  Vlarlorle Dl i Iregorlo 18 Hampton pla i" Re: The"MarriaieOf CT,ON RONNIE FA YE PORTER \\ Ife. ami ARTHUR HERBERT PORTER, JR. Husband 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. 73-5184 ACTION FOR DISSOI UTION OF MARRIAGE New man JACOBS. Howard E 67. of Miami. Riverside LIPPMAN. Walter. "7. of South Miami Rlversldi MARCUS. Lillian It 58, of Bay Harbor islands Riverside. ROSENBERG, Joseph J 68, 1441 ciiins Ave M R Blasberg *t*J SANDERS. Hannah, 71, i"Ti NI: 166th St Cordon interment Star of David FREEDMAN. Sadie. 78, of M 11 New ma II FRIEDMAN. Martin. 76, of M B Riverside Intermenl Mt Who FRIMMET. Isadnre, 72, 18440 N'E 19th Cl Riverside FRUMKES. Jos. ph, 61. Of M B Riverside GLICKEL. Lillian. 76, of \ M B. l.-Mtt ITZKOWITZ. Mortis, tTl• %  s Glades Dr.. N.M.B Levitt JANOWITZ. R. b. i a. 72. 1507 Meridian Ave M.B Riv< rslde. LARNER. Isadore, 16465 NE 22nd \\Levitt LINKOFF. Joseph. 82 17400 \\ Dixie ll v N \l R Gordon RITTENBEHG. Oscar 63, 1795 Calais Dr M R Riverside ROCKWAY. Anna. ^^. 1833 Jefferson A\e M it Rlversldi ROSE, .i.-nnie. 82 of M B Riverside. Iiiterm.-iit Mt Slnal SHULMAN, Hyman. M. 17b" 1 W Dixie Htvv Rlvi rslde SHUMER. Sophie, SO, SO SW 5401 Ave Newman ADELMAN. Ida, 84, Mil Bui lid Ave M B Gordon. BILLIG. hying. 86. of M B. RiverBide CORNFELD David. BE. of M It Riverside lnterm.nl Ml Mi > — EHRENS, Ji an, 73, of Tamai %  Riverside Intermenl Ml Slnal GOLDFIELD. Mr Morris 7" • V 11 Riverside Interment Mt Nebo HORNSTEIN. Jessie, '."• of Hallandale. Riverside LEVY, Samuel C 87. of MB. RiverBide PEVNEY. Elsie 72. of Golden Shores Riverside POLESHOOK. Sonia. I'.', of \t R Riverside Interment Mt Sinai. ROTH, l'earl I... 73. I'M:: SW 77th Ave. Cordon SPRING. Bath*' 1MB Riverside. ABELSON. Sara N S3. Of M B Riverside. BROWN. Harriet. 72. Of Hallandal. Levitt GELLMAN. Rose. 7".. 1",l". Dr.-xel A\e M R Blasberg HFRTZ. Haiti,.. 86, of M R Riverside. LEVIN E. Joseph. 81, of Holl) w l Riverside Interment Mt Sinai LEVY. Molly R., 74. „f M B Riverside GRAis. Nathan. 78, 32" Jefferson Avt).. .M II. Levitt. Interment Mt Sinai. GREENBERG. Isador. of M.B. .Newman PACKER. Samuel. 80, of M.B. I.eVitt PUTESKA. Frank, 72. of M.B. New man STEINBERG. Jennie. S2. 1803 Meridian Aye M.B. WEINBERG, Alice. 82. of M B. Riverside. CARDIN. Ann. 34. a61 SW 7Hth St. Oordon DWORKIN. Isadore. *:•. of Hallandal.Riverside. EINZINCER. Irving. 84. 6:14 Washington Ave., M.B. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo. GOLLOB. Karola. 7". of Hallandale. Le) at. HEIFETZ. Sarah. 72. of N.M.B. River* svJ. HEPPS. Ella. S4. Of .Miami Riverside Interment Mt Sinai HERZ. Harry S 86. of M R Riverside JULES. Joel. 1-1. 173.-. Bay Dr M B Riverside ARRON. Max. of M I! Newman BANKLE. Nettie. 72. of M 11. Riverslde COLTEN. Meyer, of Miami Riverside Interment Mt Nebo HYMSON. Morris, "-v of Coral Cables Cordon KLEEMAN. Arthur, 66, of M.B. Riverside MULDOW. Beatrice. 84, of y M B. PEARLMAN. Aaron 65 21"" SW :• I Ave Miramar lordon PURETZ. Isldori •' 1 >'li st M B Blasberg. RUBINE. Anna, 80, .-f \i n Levitt. SCHWARTZ. Louis 7".. of M P.. New man SELENGUT. Benjamin. 7" of Bay Harbor IslandRlvei -id. SELLERS. Harry. 78, of N M B Rliverslde STEINER. Dlan 61. 3491 sw • I Si Gordon intermenl Star of Da) ai TISHMAN. Ida. 7".. 18360 NE Ave Rlasherg TITTMANN. Michael Allan. 1 •.. if Hnllvwood Riverside WEISS. Malverne, 95, .271 sw th St Cordon Interment Mt Nebo inn £eviH Jilemoridl Cnape/ -j£w/$H fustPAt o^fcrow 10CAL AfJO OUT OF STATf AHHA'.Ct VENTS 947-2790 1338S w nimr HrtV N M. MYERS. Rene, 68, 22" 180th Dr N.M .11 Blasberg. NADELMAN. Sam. 66. Riverside POSNER. Samuel. 7.".. •;"" Weal \v< M It Blasberg THE MARRIAGE OF JACOB TUBIS T ASSELL. Hazel Mae, 80. 1241 NW ncsitvND. I78rd Terr Gordon. ARONOW. Marian I.. Jg, of Coral Gables. Riverside. BARTFIELD. Joseph. S3, of \\ Tl P-v -rsiile and SADIE TUBIS, WIFE TO: SADIE TUBIS 1 0 s .1 TOURETZKY on Yoj SbT^IED „„„ an a,OtlPan a^i!KiW wmuflSfapet IM AU M ITIB) AMU rAUIN( n THI %  !• %  GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open fverjr Do, • C/oird Sobbolk 140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583 Mioa.i'i Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer IUfOii; '^.m, %  irjf,H( 865-2353 720 St—My Hal Strut 1 /<(•. Crti D, ,. ••Ma.S.od, 4 GfNIHATlOMl Of M> in Tin.H--VISH I'i ol'llil \\WITNESS mv hand and the seal of >;irt al M'sml. Florida on ihis ,f >t-.r,-l, 1973 RICH vim p BRINKER A %  1 'I. ':. 1 'I,-...... 1 ',..|,-( By t. SV|-|-. ,t\ As Denutv Clerk ii., on c.,nrt Seal, Mario, Starr l" 1 inooln Rood r ->mi Re-i-h PTnHds 33139 attorney for Petitioner 9-I6-S8-S0 Palmer's Miami Monument Company 3279 $.W. 8th Street, Miami 44449J1 444-0922 Closed On The Sabbrth Personaliied Memorials Custom Crafted In Our Own Workshop. I I I 1 I 1 1



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9 1973 +Je*lsHk>ricli&n Page 1 IB NOTICE >F ACTION riVE SERVICE IOPERTY) COURT OF THE JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BOUNTY. I No. 73-4844 DISSOLUTION kRRIAQE JE IIUTWK^X : IMAN BHCMAN Mrs [I sou %  d BRKKT NOTIFIED Dissolution of Maru-.i ialn*l v<>u and to serve a copy M>, if any. to II BTE1N pel it loner, whose i**lUGAl NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN thai the undersigned, desirinc t> enmtire in business under the fictitious names <>t HAltl.l COMPANY (Not Incorporated): DI'RIK' C'IMI'AW (Nf.i Incorporated! at number l \V. Flakier St. No. ill, in ihiiiy of Miami. Florida, Intend to register u,,. Mild names ,,y,(th ,lky C/ierk.of the Circuit Court ot nude i ountv. Florida, Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23 ilav of February, 1973 Alfred l> Meley Penn l'oi.-v :: 2-9-W-tl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that -I the underslaned. deslrine: to eniea*e In : husin-ss under The fictitious name of ,"• PRIME PROPERTIES at TM5 S.W ..?': .' 97th Terrace. Miami. Florida intend "-„ Itu register suld name with the Clerk i of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. tV ILI AIU> P JONES QEORQE E SCHINDEI.EP. HERBERT 7. MARVIN I .A It SON & MARVIN Attorneys for PRIME PROPERTIBfl 777 N.W, ?2nd Avenue Miami. Put. 331M 2 lii-j:i ;: -J-O %  and file the original %  of Hoabove stvled %  iforr April 1979: ^Kault will be entered •tile relief 1. 111 t, %  I p>r iietition. be published once, consecutive Weeks Fi.i'itmiAN [hand and the seal n( Florida, on this i n<&f I "£ P BRINKER Cinuit Court, v. Florida %  SNEEDEN b KKIN' STAI • i.i:i:. Hi>" i B %  t idler U6AL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirnm to enmiirv in business under the fictitious name of EO<)8 MAGAZINE at tin N W -7th Avenue. Miami, Fla. intend to register said name wllh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAUL R. OLIVA :.'. JOHE i LAZAGA :."' i 16-23 :: 2-9 UGAL NOTICE If GAl NOTICE are for H CIRCUIT COUHT DAD BNTV. FLORIDA NO. 73-4895 ERAL JUf lOTICE The i BDICTION DIVISION PUBLICATION bun t KREZ PIREZ, OI'Tl KHREZ. realra .',72. Santiago. cl to file your answer llssolutlon of marClerk of the al".w ..|.v tin not' upon 1310-1] Congress before April 2. 1973, III Inconfessed }• %  -. I Hrlnker nit I'ourt •PBI A N11 v Clerk l> :: 2-I'-m 23 f E UIHVtHT COURT OF THE ENTH Jt DiciAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR '4RtOJNTV. FLORIDA CAS* NO 73-4926 Vtitlon of t .1.1 men Oaw foul and a Johnson P'-i• r.l NOTICE Ml dellne Crawt-id I. IN IUCM'-N I nd ryrone l.lvlm-^ '--M notified lll.il til. :.h..\e r.l Petitioner*. Ml—rl .lam.Crawland Auroni .f• -Ii 11s.-n i'r:m ford, filed a petition in the aboveCourt lor Mi children naine.l in that petition %  ou are oninm. ->l. .1 r-*< \ ., of your writ', n d. •• %  • i .in -nry 3%>nn !'• %  tinm • < % % %  at '. whose sd.lvI.' t-r. Si. mli 107th AVMHiM .'ini Fli.i da. fire Anrll %  -ml i %  M al with tin 'I' rl. ..:' Mii. ..ill • %  before s mi !'. MI i.m. u-V or him %  d %  1 Mi. -tRK Bunt \ ci, rl. .. _. ., NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTYI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4762 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE; THE MARJUAl IE %  >F. RAMON I-: RIVERA, Husband anil Mi IIRA KIVERA. Wife. To: MOlKA KIVERA 8mith I'urish Hamilton, llermuda or MOIRA KIVERA General P.I'. Box 1240 llainilii.ii Bermuda YUC ARE HEREBY N'OTIKIBJ) thai an action for Dissolution of MarrlaKe ha* been filed lurninst you and \., and file i the original willi the clerk of the above siile.i court on or before April ii. 1J.7:'.; otherwise a default will be entered nicalnsl you for the relief demanded In ih. complaint or petition. This notice shall be published i no each w.ek for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH rl.ollllHAN WITNF.SS tin hand and the s. al nl said ii.uri at Miami. Florida nn this 31 .hii of Feb.. 1973, RICHARD I' BRINKER As Clerk. Cm ini Court Dade County Florida in i: M KISSKK As Deputy Clerk n-uil Courl S.-.ili IN THE CIRCUIT CvvIRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDU IAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-46*6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE: Till: M XKRIAtiE OF M'-iKI.I.A JANE MANN Wife and CIIARI.KS C. .MANN Husband TO: CHARLES C. MANN 111 l.vnn Str.-rt itiossburK. Pennsylvania lt9IS %  TOP. CIIARI.KS C. MANN. hereby notified thai an action Dissolution of Marriaue has been filed amlnit you and you are r.uuireil to serve a copy of your writicn defense if any, to It on ARTHCR S. DAVIS. Attorney lor Petitioner. 11-110 lliseayne llulldina. If" West Fl.mler Street. Miami. Florida S8189, and file the oriirinal with the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or before April 4. 1!7::. otherwise a Default will lie entered auainst vmi for the relief demanded In the f or Petition, This Notice Shall be published once i;i h w.-ek for four consectttlve tveeks In THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN. WITNESS nn hand and ilie seal r.f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlnir t" entcaite In business under the fictlllous num. of APCOA iii :.v:i s \\ 7"th Street, South Miami. Dado County Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk ..I the I III till Court of l lade 'ounty, Florida. Si n Til HIA1R1DA AC TO PAINTERS. INC By Morton II Rosen. President KOM.MKI.. KOUERS, [X>RBER ft SHENKMAN •li'ii Lincoln Road Miami lieai-h. Florida !31XI 16-23 i/2-9 on thi said Court al Miami. Flotidi 26 dnv of February, l!'7: RICH Alili V RRIVKRR I as Clerk i 'Ircult Courl Dad.County Courthouse D:ide Count v. Florida By: R M KISSER I 1. l,Ut V I |,.| k i (Clreull Courl Scnll :: 2-9-1A-2S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1138 In RE:: Estate of EVA BROWN. I l.i'e.tsed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons llaviiia Claims or Demands Aicalnst Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and reouired to present any olaims and demands which you may have aKainst the estate of EVA BROWN, deceased late of Dad.County, Florida, t.. the circuit JudK.s of Hade County, and file iinsain.In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar monthsfrom the time of the first publication hereof or ruplaint, ,|„. ^, n „. „ill be barred, Dated at Miami. Florida, this list day of February, AD 1973. ANNETTE ItKOWN GODWIN RITII R. GORDON \ JAY CRIST" M. As Executors First publication of this notice on Hi. 2nd day of March, 1973 A JAY CRISTI il. A i inrney for Executors 21 Northeast First Avenue Miami. Plorldn 33131 NOTICE OK ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3667 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: The Marriai.-. of WILLIS II CLING FUCK, Hu.-hand and AMANDA JANE FLUE. Wife TO: AMANDA JANE FLICK Residence. T'nktiown yOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed acainst y..u and you are renuired to serve a copy of vour written defenses, if any. to it on .MARTIN s SAXON'. attorney for Petitioner, tvhoae address Is 1461 N W 17th Avenue Miami. Fla. 13125, and file the orltmal w itj the elerk of the alsive styled court on or h.-foro Mareh 22. 1973: otherwise a .1. fault will be .nt. red atrainst you for the. relief demanded in the complaint or petition. This notice shall be published once each week for four tonseeut'ue w-ek* In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN WITNESS nn hand and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on this 14 day of February. WM. RICHARD 1* BRINKER As Clerk. Circuit Court Dade Cunt v. Florida Ri C P. C< "I As Deputy (Circuit Com t Seal) MARTIN S SAN' iN 14H1 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami. I"|..rida SSI2." Telephone: 638-11713 Attorney for Petitioner Willis llulinu Flick, Husband ? 16-23 •ELAND Clerk 2-1 2-9-16-23 (i FRIEDMAN AN M \ I:\IN" lit 188 :!7.!7 S.W. v St Suit.Miami. Florida 33134 Telephone: 446-6183 Attorney fi r Petition. 1 ll'C. IN l-'IMCDMAN ;.9-1fi.fl _iUIT COURT OF THE EVENTH Jl OiCIAL CIRCLIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Str No. 73-1233 ! :fi' .1 ami renuired BM ilaiiniiini d.-niand' %  yuU ni;i' li.i \ .IU.I ia-i ill. if I'.CTII V ERE' EEL f-.rm. rl\ I V. B.\l ; \N. itci aseil lale ,,l Cmnty. Florida, to the Cir.uli s of D.nl' ''..iiuii anil lit. ih.In vlUDli. -ii .. ii-! ain-..! Id.d iii >rt 732.1... Florhla Slalulcs. in offices ii the County '"oui'lIn pad. 'nuntv. Florida w ith. calendar months from the time • first puhlicatiou hereof, or the will be harr.-d ed at Miami. Florida, ihis J. if Fehruar\ AD I'.'7:: ANN* MEItEDITII SCI.I.IVAN As Eve.-utrix -I publi.-ati'ili of this notice op id *g> of March. !!>7::. V BENNl-.TT for I'.xe. lltrix .1-7. 12". ih Str. .t Miami. Florida :'.::l•.i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 10 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, Ronald I. Raton. Trustee holder of Countv Tax Sal.Certificate No. 77:121 Issued the 1st day of June. AD. 1970, has filed same in the Tax Collectors office, and has made application for ii tax deed to be Issued thereon Said Certificate embraces the followlna %  !••Herlhed property in the County of Dad. State or Pliirtdn, lo-wlt: \i.. | ,.| as. Gr.-ill Haven Acres. pioi Rook 13 Pai 77. Section 24, Township '•:: South. Rantti 39 East. mii., nips. 13 in i. more or • ss in Mi, C.mnt.i %  : Dade. SlatOl Florida The nssessmenl -i snld proper! > ii,i. i MI. nn III .-. rtlflcnte w :is in the nnme of: Vemerscery Strop* I'nlesn said cerllfli ate shall he re-1 ,1, nn .1 ncCordlllB In law. the nropi rtj de-cril..1 hi rein will be sold In the hiahesl bidder for cash at the Com I house door "ii ihfirst Mondn.N 111 thel n Mi -I Vnrll. 1973, which Is the 2nd .lai of Vpl II, 1973 .ii 1" 3 \ Dated Ibis 27lh day of February, 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. 73-4296 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: MARRIAGE i >F JANICE MARINO, and JOSEPH MARINO Ti i: Ji iSITl'H MARINO 9H6 SaratoKii Street East lloston. Massachusetts YOO ARE HEREBY NOT1FIF.D thai an action for Dlssolulll f Miiv. rlalfe has I n filed au.iinst you and x-ou are required t- serve a copy of | vour written defenses, if any. to it on I MAX I' ENGEI. attorney for Petitioner, whose addrew Is 1401 N.W. 17th I Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file the nrhrlnal xvlth the clerk "t the above styled court on or hefor.Aorll 6th. I 1973: otherwise a default will he entered aKainst you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. This notice shall he nuldi h-l once each week for four consecutive weeks I in THE JEWISH FI ORIPTAN. WITNESS my hand and th of said court al Miami. Florida I [ 21 day of February, 1973. RICHARD P. BRINKER, As Clerk. Circuit Court Dadu County. Florida By R E. SHEA As Denutv Clerk (Circuit Court Seal i :i 2seal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO 73-173 In RE: Estate ..I RITII AMRON Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All Persons llmInn Claims or Demands AKainst Said Estate: You arhereby notified and reouired to present any claims and demand! which vou may have turaliisi ti s,atm RITII AMRON deceased lale ,.f Dade County. Florida, to the Circuit .1ude.-s Ol DadCounty, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16 Florida Statutes, in their ..iti-es in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, with-n six calendar months from the time of the first pub.lcatlon hereof, or the same will be barred Filed at Miami. Florida, this 2tl day of February. AD IMS Max Amron Richard xmrmi Florence Nussl.iium Ac Executors First THlhllcnIioii of ihis notice on the did day of March. l!'7:i Henry Norton Attorney for Estate liscavne Riiildini: ihis' Miami. Florida 31130 .. s.ji.ifi % %  -. 1-16-23 RICHARD P ItltlNKEII i 'l "In u i Court, DadCountv, Eloii.l. lit P. F Gnldstnind Di' cull Courl Seal, :: 9-1i u >UI | }. ti;.-.:: —. 5TKJE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW riCE IS Hl-.RERV GIVEN that ndersir n-d. d-sirinir to eneaire ulness under the fictitious name % %  AS ATELIER RoCTIGCK Falm Avenue. Illaleah. Fla. ktjb reifist.-r said name With '.of the Circuit Court of Dado i orlda •:RVII.IA l'RIDA (I %  : 23 ?, •--! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 73-4824 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE THE MARRIAGE OK JOSEPH FERNANDEZ Husband and PATRICIA FERNANDEZ. Wife TO: PATRICIA FERNANDEZ IL'.'.II White Plains Road llronx. N-w York YOP, PATRICIA FERNANDEZ, arc hereby notified that an action for Dissolution of Marriaue has been fll-d aualnst you and you are reouired to serve :i com of your written defense, if any, to It on AETHER S DAV18 Attorney for Petitioner. M-U" Bis..ivne Ruildlna, If Weal Mauler Street Florida 331M, and file the oriirinal with the clerk Of the ahove-stylcd Court, on or before April 1973. otherwise a default will be entered airainst vou for the relief demanded In the Comolaint or Petition. Thi Nolle,shall be published once each week f..r four consecutive Weeks, in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. WITNESS mv hand and seal al snld Court, at Miami. Fla. on this 27 dnv of February. I9T3, Rl: HARD P. BRINKER as Clerk, i 'ir-ult Court DadCounty Courthouse Dad.Couinv. Florida By: c. p cor ELAND n. -iiiv Clerk oit COWl Seal) Ift-t-M-ti NOTICE ur ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO 73-4348 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN 1:1: NICHOLAS .1 N AGI.IEKI. III i in baud and K VHEN \ NAGI 11:1:1. W Iff To. KAREXA NAOL1ERI 1229 Itavlleh Was jlnltiinore, Maryland Vni' ARE HEREIIY NOTIFIED thai nn acil % % %  i ilssnlutlon ol Mai ...ithas lieen filed naalnst you mil ,. i. nuiri il In sei ve n i P> ol nn l-f-ii-— II liny, in H ,i.\ VID i-: STI IN i:. iiimi i" 'oi p loner, whose addri ss is 101 N \\ l-Jlll Avi-IIUe. Miami. Florida, anil file Ihe original with lh fieri '• ,l.,,i, Htyli d court on or hefori \i" II I 1973. ..ii rw Ise a default u ill i" en lered nu ilnsl Vtiu im Ho relh f d-,,,.,i di ,1 in ih. comolalnl m petition This nolle, shall he published on— each week for four secutlvi weeks In Till: JEWISH Fl.oEIDI \ N WITNESS nn hand and the s. al Of wild court at Miami. Florida on this %  I ,1.,! ol Pell 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER As Cl-rk. 1 irolllt COUI t Dad.('..lint! Florida It! R M. KISSEE \s Deputy Clerk iCir-uil i -Ult S-all D Win E STi INK. ESO STI >M". Sl iSTCIIIN lol N VV. l-tli Avenue Miami. Florid, all Attorn-! for Petitioner IN THE CIRCUIT COurtT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA CASE NO. 73-4592 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Al UERT STEPHEN nl'oi.EA Husband NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3563 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IX RE: The Marrlnue .a ANTHONY RICHARD PANE. 11 uvl.ii i. I. ami CAROLYN PANE. u ife. m O: Carolyn Pane X Reed Drive Deer Park. New York o Piinsi TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an action for Dissolution oi Ml rlaax has been filed %  gainst you and you ar.required to serve u copy of vour written defenses, If any, to it on i'All. KW1TNKY. attorney tor Petition,!, whose address is K\VITNi:i & KROOP, Sun"M-. !'-' Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Klorida 33139. and file the oriKlnal wnh thclerk ol th. ahnyo StVled court On Or he.ore March 21, 1ST:-, otherwise a default will be ent-i-,1 uffalnsl you for the relict demanded in the complaint or petition. Tins inline shall he ouhh-hed once each week for four consecutive week* in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN WITNESS in.hand and th. seal of said court at Miami Florida OU this 13 din of F-hcuarv. 1973. Richard P. Brinker As Clerk. Ch-eUl Court D.nle County, Florida Itv I. SNEEDEN As fN-pun Clerk (i 'in ult .'ourt Seal) PA II. KWITNI'V KWITNEY A. ERoop Suite .".1^ 480 IJncohi Road Miami Reach. Florida 3SISS 33H-737S Attorney for Petitioner ml I iBHR \ VVi iNNR '1'' 'I l< A. YOC. DEBR v YVONNE Ol C \. R. -idem I 'iikinni n. arc notified to —i •. pj %  •! your answer to Dissolution of Marriai;filed airam-i Vnu. ,.II hllsh-iuil allmn.i. GKORGK \ICHol AS. 1112 S W l-ih Avenue. Miami. Florida 3313H, Mild IIIoriu-mal llavsaid with %  lerk %  1 Mr, OUI 1 mi ,„ %  hefon A mil !, 197: nthi | w Ise ih 1 ilssolnlion •• Mull IHKI VI ill be -ol f, -. d Iii ou HATED Fell 23. 1973 RICH MID P BRINKER Clerk I,! |. CCRR1 DC %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Men Ihi II idi rsiKIied, deslrilili lo en* busll i si undi r the fictitious mi mi ol INCOME TAN RARCELO nl .' R 3rd Street, Miami. Fin Intends hi n K,-im .ml in mi. w ilh IhI'll i I. "I Ihe Circuit I'-ni %  .-I Dade Count! Florida. PETER IIARCEI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE DIVISION. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 72-8525 (Dowlinq) In RE: Estate of RERCI .Ii >T JENSEN. 1 MCM d NOTICE TO CREDITORS T y|| | -redilurs and All I'• Ins claims ,.r Demands AKainst Vou\'ire hereby notified and re,mired to present in,i daims and demands vvhli h you m.ii have nRnlnsl ihe estate i llERGIJOT JENSEN eased late luiil, Cnuiiiy, Florida, lo the IrcUll anil IMHimo! id. .1 i-i Statutes, In im i x Court(la. within ,111 llo 1 Hi' 1 of of D.lde Counly duplicate nt 'I a Florida fflees m Ihe C Dad. County. Inr nv the %  lay A. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihal the undcisiKiied. rieslrln* In cnnnBo In business under the fictitious name of RIVIERA TOWERS CONDOMINIUM at Suit7"'-. '.'.'J"i, s Dadeland Boulevnrd, Miami. Fin intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Clreull 'ourl of Dade County, Plorldn RINIEItA ASSOCIATES LTD. :: 2-9-IS-23 of Judaes -inn. ii S-. i ii n the! I housi in \ enlet. .. Ihe Iii — %  nublieutlon Ii-" -•nnMill Ibarn -I ,| .,1 Miami. Florida, tlu..( .I.muiii! A.D 1973 Juiiv JENSI N AExel-Utol nublicni ibis noiici on ii,. If.th dm nl l". hruai > • w \l I. ii'C N MAER xiiorne! for Exei ut"i I |4ii N\\ II Avi Suite Om Miami. Florida. 33123 ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NtiTICE IS HKRE1D GIVEN lhat thundersisTiK-d. desiring t Buue In i.u-iii-sunder the fictitious muni ot OHIO EAR in B031 B W x,i, Street. Miami. Fla Intends lo n Rlsti r said name wiih the Clerk ..r the l Ircult Court of Dade County. Hnrldn. DENA I. MAYS Miriam Reckerman Vttorni i for nppllcnnl 189," S W, 3rd AVI nue, Miami, hill :: 2-9-IH-31 '3-9-l*: f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the und.r-icned. desirins lo eiicace in business under the fi,-titious name of I'M.MEN ASSOCIATES :ii 1497 Northwest 7th Street. Miami. Florida 38123 intend t,, register said nnme with the clerk of the Circuit Curt ot Dade County. Florida Sli-i.l.m fl Pailcv 1497 N \V. 7th Street, Miami. I'la. .la-k Mllll.oil i 7M Reynold Building, Miami. Fla Sheldon R Pulley \i,„rl",r for Prilmuti \--.u ,iile1141.7 \w 7th Street, Miami. Fla .1 '_'-'.H %  --'%  : MOVING TO MfTROfOHTAN WASHINGTON OR BALTIMORE AREA? DO YOUR APARTMENT HUNTING The free Easy Way (301)587-6614 OUICK, CONVENIENT NO-COST SOLUTION APARTMENT FINDERS ASSOCIATES LTD. %  2J9 KNTON STREET-SILVER SWING, MARYLAND



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Page 10-B vJenist 1 fhrkMam Friday, March 9, 19731 LMAt NOTICE 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 UK: Instate of EMANtlELP CkEENHEKO leeeased. aWMlH--. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AM Persona ihvIna. Claim*, or Demand* Against Said K-Ute: You arc hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which you may have against the tate of BMANIEL P. OREBNBBKU, di a a a e d late of Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit Judjtea of Dade County, and 11itthe same In duolii ani aa provided In Section 733 16. Florida Statutes, in their offices ii. ihe County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within M\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will !>• barred. Filed at Miami. Florida this :> day ol February, AD. !!•?:< KATK CkEENItERii DK. MARTIN QREENBEKG As Executors First publication <>f this notice on the Hi day of February. 1973. JOSEPH SCHMIBR, Esquire Attorney for Executors 6""' Lincoln Road. Suite :."i6 M ami Beach. Fla. 2/16-23 3 1-1 LEGAL Nona ( R hode Islanders Meet Opera 'Wertiier' Premieres At Dade Auditorium Monday NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Greater The Ktwxle Island Club Miami, will hold of The Florida premcre of Jules a Massenet's opera "Wei-ther." will Ihe underalirued, desiring to engage mo nthlv mtftinz and "antes nieht I %  ... <~> rs..iu in business under the rtctltioui name r*, !" *"^ r na S"*" 0 "'^, u he presented bv the Opera Guild of ROIZ STORES at MM S.W, lsi on Sunday, at i p.m.. in the r .=„ „, n.i: ~ Street. Miami Fin, Intends to resrlster Miami Roach Federal. V2M Washsald name with tin lerk of the I ir. euil Court of Made County. Florida iniftnn Ave. VICENTE B ROIE 2 16-23 I 8- LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,h„i ., petition for Dissolution of your the undersigned, desiring to encage in Marriage has been filed and comV^M' ; ^r,^' I'U'-'^.,';'.'.','.' 1 '.'^"',""' menced In this i ourt and you are reSMI-OOOD ENTERPRISES al C/O quired to serve a copy of your written Curtis Smith. IS01 Ponce de Leon Hiv.l Coral Gables, Fla Intend to NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol V'IRttlMO'S EXCLUSIVE FASHIONS at SSSO Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Fla. SS137 Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida MARIA A OLANO ( il 3 2-9-16 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. 73-4680 PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: the marriace of PATRICIA ANNE BEEK and DANNY LEE BEEK To: DANNY LEE BEEK 30 Oak Brook Drive No. 3 vVilllamsvllle. New York Yd" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t. encage in business under the fi. tltloua name of DREXEL PLAZA APARTMENTS at 121* Drexol Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court i of Dade County, Florida. HANCOCK INDUSTRIES. IXC. a Florida corporation By: Lester n Yavlts, Vlce-Pres, Nelson & Feldman. P.A. Attorneys for Hancock Industries. Inc. 1135 Kane Concourse Miami Rearh. Florida 2 23 3 2-9-1 K of Greater Miami at 8:15 p.m.. Monday, at Dade County Auditorium, W.-dttfudny at Miami Reach Auditorium, and aain March 17 at Dade. The opera in three acts is the third in the current series of four major productions to be mounted by the Opera Guild for 1973. LeadIng artists of the Metropolitan and I-a Scala Opera are featured in the French opera, to be staged for the first time in Florida. Obituaries register said name with the clerk ol ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, !•': >rfda MILTON C GOODMAN CURTIS SMITH MILTON C GOODMAN Ai ornej tot Smi-G i Bnterpt — &% %  • Blscayne Buiidim: Miami, Fla. 0313M 2 16-M I J-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NJITICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to nffaare In business under the fictitious name ol DIXIE GARDENS APARTMENTS at I48SI West l > resrlster said name n nh thi i hi k nf the "In uit i urt ol Dade County. Florida. HAN<'' K INI il'STRIBS, INC a Florida • orpora lion B> l-.-sit-T ii \ ,.\ it/ \' I' evident -, A Feldman, !' A \ irnevs lot 1 .. Indust i les, Inc. i Kan. i 'om i ursi AI .. in Ueai h. Fla 1SIM %  t-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ii undersigned, desirina ngage In buitit • -u' •!• r Ihi flotIt lous na me of H A It 1'PHOI.STERY ,\ SEAT COVERS ,ii 1243 S.W •" Miami. defenses, if any. to it on Joseph SCHMIBR. Esquire, attorney for Petitioner, whose address is 60S Lincoln Road, suite MM, Miami Beach. Fla and file the original with the elerk of the above styled court on or before Aoril 4. 1*73: otherwise a default will be entet eil against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or petition WITNESS mv hand and the seal of said rnurl at Miami. Florida on this 26 day of February. 1973 RICH ARD P. BRINKER. \i"lerk. Circuit court Dade County, Florida Bv l. SNEEDEN As Deputy Clerk ICiroull 'ourt Sean Jl >SEPH SCHMIBR SOU Lincoln Road Miami Beach Florida Attorn. \ f... p, iii,on.r S'S 9-16-SI 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 u CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE M VUIA It DOM1NOTKZ Plaintiff, VR i 'KI.AXIII i i iMTNt :ri-7 ENRKH'F. ESTRADA AN n F % %  Intend to %  i gj na Id name v !' thi Clerk ol the Cli uil I 'out I II i. County, Florida KAIL %  FORTES R iMON ESTR \l>\ S 2-9-16-2S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-1t59 JOHN R BLANTON Ii RE Estate ..f PHII II' KRAI .NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pei wini H • %  ; I>I JII i nvi Said i %  %  > nu an tlfii ind reqiured t %  ims a ti'i d. mandf ..-. have against the esI I" Hip Ki .iud< • eased late of i'. iu t Florida, to the circuit res ol l lade County, and file the • in duplli ati .H 'l ai pro* Ided In %  Florida Statutes In their, '. the 'ounl \ l 'out ihouse in D i. County, Florida, within slit ralfrom the time of the' • publlci hereof, or the name o. barred Filed ;,i Miami. Florida, this -Jnd ,1 i .f February A l> ItTI EVA RAPKE Bai nil Rank of Miami Beach, N'.A. It\ Robert H Saltman As Exeeutor^ E\ JNOE1 l\A ESTRADA AND LEONII II OCT1KRRKZ \\H DOU)RES OI'TIERREZ, I lefendanta TO: ENRIQUE ESTR KDA AND EVANGELINA ESTRADA 314 stii Street. I'nion Cltv New Jersej TO: LBONII.O GCTIHRREZ AND l>l ORES OPTIERREZ, 200! Benren Line Avenue I'nion City, Ne Jersv TOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to Imnr, .;, trust ami %  omi.ei you to convei to the actual owners the propert> hh l you hold trust the same being LptlJ • of JOHN \ CAMPBELLS •ITTI l. FARMS .. ordlng lo plat tneretil d ,,, „| n i Bool SI. of ihv Puhll, Rei ..ids of 11 le Count* Florida ha* been filed turn I nst v..u and you are required lo nerve your written 'J',..-'::"*: il • ,nv ln on '-EE W EIS Sl-.NHtiliN attorney for the Plaintiff %  nddress Is suite 401. Flakier ItuildniB. ill N K First Street, Miami, Florida ami fii. "-i riainal on of Court before March S3, \:-7". otherwise a ludamenl may be entered against you f relief demanded To be published once each week •o.r r.ur consecutive weeks in Till". JEWISH Fl.cltllHAN. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court at Miami. Florida this li day of February. 1!'T3 RICHARD P. BRINKER Clerk of cin-uit Court Dade County, Florida Itv: II. J. FOY as Denutv 1'lerk LEE WEIS8ENBORN First DUblicatlon Of this notice on the! Suile 401, FhUtler Federal BldaInd .lav of Mareh. 1073. ''' NK. First St. 1 HARD A QRO88 1 -"'ami. Ha. NOTICE OF AC .ON CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NQ. 73-3983 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN" RE: The Marriae-e of DONALD 8. OREENLEAF, Husband and lilTH ii GREENLEAF. Wife TO: KITH C. GREENLEAF Route 3. Box 4*'.--D Boone, North Carolina JSi","? YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an action for Dissolution of MarriaKe lia^ been filed airaitist you and you are required to serve a ropy of your written defenses, if any, to it on DAVID M GON8HAK. attorney for Petitioner whose address Is 14'.'" N W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original with the elerk of the above Styled court on or before March ; %  <. 1978: otherwise a default will be entered acaiiisi you for the relief demanded In the oomplalnl or Petition Tbis notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. WITNESS 1111 hand and the seal of said courl at Miami. Florida on this 16 das of Fehruary. l:7;t RICH VRD P BRINKER As 1 'lerk. Circuit Court D.ole County, Florida By R M KISSES Aa Deputs Clerk fClroull Court Si al 1 DAVID M GON8HAK 1197 N W ?th Street Miami. Florida Ml25 Ittorne) foi l'etitioner J3 ", 2 'i-tr. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE" ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-5128 NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN" RE: THE MA RRIAl IE >F WILLIAM BETHEL, HusbandPetitioner and 'il IIRIA K. BETHEI* Wife-Respondent Tl %  OU IRIA K BETHEL Ifi PADMORE DRIVE K INI ;T' IN. JAMAICA T(r. GLORIA K BETHEL, an bv notified lhal a Pel Itlon for i' olutlon of Marriace has bi lsi you and you are n quired to serve pj of your Anawet or PleadIns io said P< tition foi Dissolution ol Marrlase on the Husband-Petit er's attornes Ronald I. Davis Eea P.A 117 Bl ayne BulldlnK. 19 w Flaarler Street, Miami. Florida 33130 ; l'b.,n. 379-2851 and file the orlarlnal 01 Pleadlna In the office --f the i Clerk .'f the Circuit Cpurl on or before the 12 dav of April. 1!'7:^ If you fail to do so. iudjtmenl by default will be thel entered auainst you for the relief demanded In the Petition for Dissolution of Marriaare THIS NOTICE shall be published .oil we.-k f,,r four (4i consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 1 day of Man h. I97J. RICHARD P. BRINKER Clerk %  inuit Court Dade County. Florida By: c p ci IPEI AND Denuty Clerk fClrcult c.urt s.aii 3 '9-K-2S-30 • nevs for Et*-eutors ""> T.tneoln Road. Miami Beach, Fin. 3 '2-9-K-22 2/16-23 J/t-9 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 Marrlaxe of I8TINO Dl GRRGORIO, Husband, -and%  :.!' IBIE Dl 1 IREOt 1RI1 > Wife Ti Mai lorie I > i 1 ireatorio 18 Hampton Place Freeport, Ni w York "oc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 11 11 a Petition for Dissolution of Mat %  • • sen filed acalm I you and you are required to serve a cop] ol your written defenses, if any, to ii on HARVEY RICHMAN attorney for P 1 lonet a 1 ose addresi is 410 LlnRoad, Buiti \i ami Beach Ki.rida 131 39, and file ihe orialnal w.iii the clerk ..f the above styled > rt l< r before It Mareh. 1973: otherwlae a ludKment may be entered ajralnsi you for the reliel demanded in thi Petition WITNESS my hand and the seal of Bald .ourt at Miami Florida on this Il day of February. 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER ''lerk. Circuit Court Dade Count v. Florida Bv: f. Kneeden Deputy Clerk %  • II L-n-is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 72-21156 I ., .,. NOTICE OF ACTION in Re: ihe Marriaare 1 >r RONNIE FAYE PORTER wife, ARTHUR HBRBBRT PORTER, JR. Husband ARTHUR IIEKREKT PORTER. JR j YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ar, tn 1. for dissolution of marriam haa ''•"• %  %  '' Mains! y,,„ .,„,, v u iri required to serve a copy of your writtei defenses, if any. 10 ii on LEVBNBON ft RICHMAN, the wife's attor( t loner. jieya, whose address is 19 West KI..,-Road ler Street. Miami. Florida. 3313(1 on ? r '"' March 19, 1978, and file the orialnal with the Clerk of this t ourt, either before service on the wife'i attorneys or Immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default uil! be entered atainst >,,u r,.r the relief demanded in the Petit for Dissolution of Marriasre. WITNESS mv hand and the seal ol this Court on February IS 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER. As Clerk Ol the Court By c p COPELAND Denutv Clerk fCIn mi i ourt Seali I.EVBKSON & RICHMAN Attorneys for Wife If West Flaarler Street. Miami. Florida 33130 fSOSl ::7l -ISff I a 3 i'-s-ic 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. 73-5184 ACTION FOR D'SSOI UTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF JACOB Tims HIS'UN'D. and SADIE Tll'.ls WIFE TO: SADIE "IT I MS • o s j TOt'RETZKY 1(1 Davtnn Road Edison. New Jersev 08817 YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an action for Dissolution of Marriaare iia~ been filed aaalnsl you and vou are required to serve a copv of your written defenses if any, to it Martin Starr attornes for Petl whosi addn i •• Lincoln Miami Beach Florida 33139 and fii,. the nrielnal with the clerk "* ihe abos i styled i ourl on or before April nih. 1973: otherwise a default will i... entered asralnsl vou for the n lief demanded In Ihe complaint or netltlon Thinotice shall he published once each \*..,.w f,,r fop, ,....-.,.„ %  ;,,. (yeeks %  i." iti-'v ISII i-i .i-11,1 \ \WITNESS mv hand and the seal ... "•Id tsouri al Mfartin Starr I••> 1 Inenln Pood ; itiii Rescfi t-*io^i.t-, ^-|T, tttornev for Petitioner %  lfi-23-30 BELL. Bert, M, or M.B Cordon. BRODSKY. Isadora, It. "t M.B. Gordon. CAMINEZ. Hyman. of M.B. RiverHide. DAVIS. Sarah, of Miami Riverside. EHRENWORTH. Nathan. 7:'. of Ml'.. Gordon. GRITZHANDLER. Frames, of \V. Palm Beach. Gordon. KUBATSKY. Ell. WOO Collins Ave.. .M n Levitt SILBERBLATT. LoUlM, 7::. 13.".". Penosylvanla Ave.. M.B BLasbenr. STEINBORN. Anna II SB, Ol M B. New man. WEINI KAUB. Samuel. 89, I90J Point Bast Dr., N.M.B Blasbenr. SAPOLSKY. Mllllcent, 82, "i" West Ave.. M it Riverside ZARNETT. Max. 74. of M.B. Newman ZEICHNER. Max. SS, 1480 Ocean Dr.. M B Gordon. BRODY. Abraham. M. ><" Abbott Ave M B. Riverside, FELDMAN. Zosa, xO. of M B Newman. Interment Mt. Nebo FINEBERG. Dorothy, M, 969 Bay Dr Blasbera HOFFMAN. David, 76. of N M It Newman JACOBS. Howard B 7. .-f Miami. Riverside LIPPMAN, Walter, 57. Of South Miami Riverside. MARCUS. Lillian R 58. of Bay Harbor Islands lii\ erslde ROSENBERG. Ji seph I 81 1141 Collins Ave M B. BlBsbera SANDERS, Hannah. 71, 1 • %  TI NE 168th st Cordon Interment Star of David FREEDMAN. Sadie, 78, of M B New man FRIEDMAN. Martin. 7-".. nf M H Riverside Interment Ml Nebo FRIMMET. Isadore. "2. 18440 NE 19th Cl Riverside FRUMKES. Jos. |.h. 61, "I M B Riverside GLICKEL. Lillian, 76, of N M B, Levitt ITZKOWITZ. Morris, 1740 s Gladea Dr .. N.M U Levitt JANOWITZ. RI b. ... 72, 1507 Meridian Ave .MB 1 Six rside LARNER. Isadora, 16463 NE 22nd A\Levitt LINKOFF. Joseph, 82, 17400 w Dixie ll V N" M II Cordon RITTENBERG. i s.ar • %  :. 179S I Dr M Ii Riverside ROCKWAY, Anna. si. 1831 Jefferson Ave M B Riverside ROSE, .i.-nnie. 82, of M B Riverside. Interment Mt Sinai SHULMAN. Hyman. M 17400 W Dixie HOT Riverside. SHUMER. Sophie, 90, SO 8W S4th \\.. New man ADELMAN. Ida. 84, 1011 Euclid Ave.. M B Cordon. BiLi.iG. Irvlnn, Sfi. of M n Rlvi rKlde CORNFELD David, 8S, of M B Riverside Interment Mt v. bo EHRENS. Jean, 7:',. of Tar Ri\ .rside Int.-no. nl Ml Sit GOLDFIELD. 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