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

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

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

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T eJewish Floridlian
Combining. THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 11
Miami, Florida Friday, March 16, 1973
Three Sections
Price 25 cents
After Anti-Semitic 'Slip'
Atty. Gen. Kleindienst
Seeks, Gets ADL Aid
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Prompt intercession by the
Anti-Defamation League's Capi-
tol Hill representative. David
Brady, helped nip what might
have developed into an ugly sit-
uation with anti-Semitic over-
tones involving U.S. Attorney
General Richard Kleindienst.
According to newsmen cover-
ing the capitol. Mr. Kleindienst
was telling them that the Water-
gate trial was no whitewash be-
cause Asst. U.S. Attorney Earl
Silbert. the 36-year-old prosecu-
tor in the case, and his two as-
sistants were not politically in-
timate with the White House.
"You take this fellow Silbert,"
Mr. Kleindienst told reporters.
"I don't know his political affil-
iation but I guess he's a Demo-
crat, considering his age and the
fact he's Jewish."
Rep. Lester D. Wolf, D-N.Y..
reacted with a strong letter to
Mr. Kleindienst, ooserving that
this remark is an example of
the 'kind of comment that fans
the flames of bigotry and preju-
dice." Mr. Wolff circulated his
letter to other Jewish members
of Congress.
Upon getting the letter in
which Mr. Wolff called for a
public apology Mr. Kleindienst
immediately contacted Mr. Brody
with whom he has cordial rela-
tions and asked for his help in
solving the situation.
Mr. Brody quickly arranged a
meetins between Mr. Wolff and
Mr. Kleindienst for the next day.
After an hour's session, Mr.
Wolff reported he was no longer
upset or concerned.
"The attorney general was
very gracious," Mr. Wolff said.
"He explained the situation in a
way that sounded very plausible.
The impression he made to me
today was a good one. He spoke
with sincerity. He said that the
misinterpretation of this remark
was one of the worst things that
had happened to him. And he
didn't say some of his best
friends are Jewish."
Two of the Jewish members
of Congress receiving Wolffs
.. letter are New York Republi-
cans. Sen. Jacob Javits. dean of
the Jewish members, said: "It's
just one of those things you
don't know how to resolve. It
was very ill-advised. We'll just
have to take up that score and
keep it in our heads."
Freshman Rep. Benjamin Gil-
man said: "Religion is no indi-
cation of party's preference."
Whaft happening here..,
Isur lakes Lead
Fighting For Shazar Post
For Bill

WASHINGTON, DC. (JTA)
A showdown is rapidly shap-
ing up on whether Soviet -Amer-
ican trade will include Soviet
adherence to freedom of emi-
gration. In a three-faceted battle,
Soviet propagandists are lobbying
on Capitol Hill and ottering in-
ducements across the country to
U.S. business and industrial lead-
ers.
The Nixon administration,
seeking ratification of the U.S.-
U.S.S.R. bilateral trade agree-
ment, is encouraging Soviet prop-
agandists but may be seeking a
compromise in Moscow where
Continued on Page 13-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Yaa-
cov Tsur, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund and a former
Israeli ambassador to France,
appeared this week to be the
leading presidental candidate as
the Labor Party started the proc-
ess of selecting a successor to
President Zalman Shazar.
Israel's new President will be
elected by the Knesset May 25.
The prerogative for selecting
candidates for the prestigious,
but largely ceremonial office
traditionally belongs to the ma-
jority party.
According to some observers.
Mr. Tsur's election is a virtual
certainty because he appears to
have Premier Golda Meir's sup-
Continued on Pa*re 6-A
REP0R1 TO THE COMMUNITY
The Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has
set a 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
goal of SI million and we are more than half way there.
As of today, we have commitments for $838,078; which represents
j 49 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. In
uddition, the Women's Division now has 19 Pacesetters (annual minimum
gifts of S10,000* and 31 Trustees (annual gifts of $5,000 0r more).
Ihis dramatic increase is in large part due to parlor meetings which
have covered the county in the past several weeks. In the parlor meet-
ing settings, women are invited by other women to their homes. Here
they have the opportunity to discuss the work done by Federation and
its beneficiary agencies and have their questions answered in an informol
setting.
|V*^^ T date, there have been 32 parlor meetings with
^^ many more scheduled for the coming weeks.
^ I feel that this success is an outgrowth of our
\*^j \ personal approach to the Jewish women ot this community.
,a ^ ^ We want people to give with an understanding of the
MkJP human needs involved. Not only has this increased under-
I standing contributed to the financial success of our earn-
er paign but it has stimulated more and more women to
^~ give of their time on a volunteer basis.
As part of this commitment, the Women's Division will begin its
Dial-A-Dream Telephone Outreach Progrom March 19.
Women who join our Dreamforce will be donating their time, either
at the Federation building or from their homes, phoning their friends to
help 'Impossible Dreams' come true for Jews in need throughout the
world.
Those participating in the Women's Division 1973 Drtamforce will
be performing an invaluable service both to the 1973 CJA-1EF Campaign
and to those Jews less fortune) than ourselves.
The women of the Jewish community of Greater Miami are fortunate
in thot we are often able to see our dreams come true and this will
be an opportunity for us to help turn some 'impossible dreams' info
reality.
TOBY (Mrs. Leonard) FRIEfHAND
Women* Division
Viet President for Campaign
IGri
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaian
YAACOV TSUR
NCJW Convention To Honor
Gov. Askew, Dr. Prinz Here
AI Ion Ready To Suggest
j Separate Jordanian Pact
Two national awards will be
presented for the first time at
the 30th biennial convention of the
National Council of Jewish Women,
March 26-29, at the Deauville Ho-
tel. More than 800 delegates from
throughout the United States will
help celebrate the 80th anniver-
sary of the NEJW
Gov. Reubln Askew will receive
the organization's John F. Ken-
nedy Award before delivering the
keynote address at the opening
session March 26.
The award is given biennially to
same one who has rendered dis-
tinguished service to a cause mean-
ingful to the late President Ken-
nedy, and whose efforts have
brought about social progress
through legislative action.
Previous recipients include Sen.
Hubert Humphrey. Bayard Rustin.
Jack Vaughn, Patricia Worthy and
Mrs. Dorothy Height.
Dr. Joachim Prinz, past presi-
dent, American Jewish Congress,
will receive the NCJW's first Faiih
and Humanity Award at the con-
cluding banquet March 29. He
served two terms as chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions.
March 28, some 500 community
service oriented delegates will be
taken by sightseeing buses to l1
service projects serviced by the
Greater Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Sites to be visited include Va-
riety Children's Hospital. Braille
Bindery. Arcola School for Handi-
capped. Larchmont Gardens Day
Care Center, Douglas Gardens Jew-
ish Home for the Aged. South
Beach Activity Center, Ponce de
Leon and Ida M. Fisher Junior
High schools, YMHA Child Care
Continued on Page 7-A
" JERUSALEM (JTA) Dep-
uty Premier Yigal Allon is plan-
ning to suggest that Israel seek
a separate peace settlement with
Jordanian Kin;; Hussein when
the Labor Party resumes its de-
bate on the futuie of the admin-
istered territories.
Gen. Allon has apparently
been talking to his close friends
privatelv about raising such a
proposal. According to the dep-
uty prime minister, the chances
of getting a settlement with Jor-
dan are far better than of se-
curing an arrangement with
Egypt.
Moreover, ho thinks that Is-
rael should exploit any oppor-
tunity of denting Arab opposi-
tion to negotiations, the news-
paper Haaretz said. Gen. Allon
was said to feel that Palestinian
representatives on the West Bank
are more receptive to a peace
arrangement with Israel.
Were Israel to forge a settle-
ment with Jordan, these repre-
sentatives would be inclined to
subscribe to it, Mr. Allon be-
lieves.
His suggestion has apparently
been given impetus by the re-
cent expressions of support for
the Allon Plan given by Hussein.
Specifically, the Jordanian mon-
arch was reported to agree with
that part of the Allon Plan call-
ing for the stationing of I
troops along the Jordan River.
Despite this. Hussein still feels
strongly that the Israelis must
turn over some sovereignty of
Jerusalem to the Arabs.


Tage 2-A
*Jewish flcrid/ton
Friday, March 16. 1973
Activities Continue For
1973 CJA-IEF Campaign
Plans are being made for the an-1
ml dinner meetinsJ'for the resi-
dents ef SeaOMSt Towers West, to'
be held Mareh 22 in the Seacoast ;
't .ivvci-s West Median ranean Room,
on behalf of the Greater Miami
.i. wish Federation's CJA-IEF cam
pMgn. Albert Tauhwg is 1973
CJA-IEF Seacoast Towers West
general chairman.
l>r. Irving Lehman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will \
he gueal speaker at the dinner.
which is being coordinated by co j
chairmen Ben Cutler. Sidney King
and Abraham 11. Schwartz.
Seacoast Towers West campaign
officers include Meyer Myers, op
eration upgrade chairman; Abe
hell/, honorary chairman, and
Mrs Ruth Karshan. women's divi-
- on chairman.
GOP Witt Woo
Jewish Voters
On Steady ftasis
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Two Jewish
officials from President Nixon's
re-election campaign met recently
with Republican National Chair-
man George Bush to discuss long-
range Republican support from
Jewish voters.
In 1972. many Jewish voters
"got over the trauma of voting for
a Republican." George Klein of
California and Albert Spiegle of
New York told Mr. Bush.
In the first of what Mr. Bush
aid he hoped would be several
Members of the Student Strug- I meetings. Mr. Klein and Mr.
le for Soviet Jewry have an i Spiegle discussed the prospects for
winning Jewish support
' fforts on behalf, of the CJA-IEF
campaign. Chairmen are Ed Ros-
enfeld and Victor Siegel. Ben Barg
was New Horizons CJA-IEF chair-
man for last year's campaign.
Megillah Reading
To Protest Soviet
Jewry Treatment
nounced plans to peacefully dem-
onstrate Saturday night outside
the Miami Beach Auditorium
while a Russian gymnastic team
performs inside.
Asher Stern, representative of
the student group which is head-
quartered at the Hillel Jewish
for Re-
publican state and cor.givssional
candidates. Both men were chair-
men in their respective states of
Concerned Citizens for the Re-
election of the President.
In 1972. we had the first drastic
change: community leaders began
Jgn c wnmiltcc includes! '-"enter of the University of Miami. (o |)o oli,k.al leaders as well. This
ranees Beckcrnun, Abra aid the demonstrators will con- js gomething that is very signifi-
Campai
Mrs. F
ham Blavis. Isidore Denberg. Mi
chad Drinker. Michael Fcrman.
Bdward Krankel. Jules Guterman.
Fred Jonas. William Karshan. Phil-
lip Lawn, Mis. Eleanor Moss.
David Richman. Al Roth. Albeit
SlOaae. Abraham W.ir.-hausk.v and
John Weisnian.
Mm Betty Kaufman will be
honored by the residents of Victor-
ian Plaza at a breakfast March 25.
The breakfast is being held on be-
half of the JMJFs 1973 CJA-IEF
npatgn.
Philip Zuckerman is 1973 CJA-
IEF Victorian Plaza chairman. Dr j
ugene Labovitz, spiritual leader
of Temple Ner tamid. will be guest
speaker
Victorian Plata campaign com-
mittee includes Louis I. Altshuler.
Raufrman Cohen. Hyman Dienstag.
Bnra Finegold. Bmanuel Lazarus.
be Manheim, Jacob Mintzer,
Harry Mizrach and Irving Wein-
-toek.
The residents ol New Horizons
Condominium. I5oo NK 191st St..
elee'ed two chairmen to gpwirJwd
National Hebrew
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luct a reading of the Megillah.
"We are protesting neither the
exchange of cultural programs nor
he gymnasts themselves. We are
(Oing to be there to show the
Soviets we are in support of Soviet
tewry." Mr. Stern said
He said "A new Haman has
arisen in the Soviet Union, and
t is time that they be stopped in
their policv of anti-Semitism."
cant." they told Mr Bush.
Contrary to what many people
imagine. Mr. Klein and Mr.
Spiegle said, most Jewish contri-
butions to the Nixon campaign
were from middle and lower in-
come groups, indicating that Re-
publicans have a potentially wide
base ol support in the Jewish
community.
Piiriin Celebrated At \Sev Tamid
Purim will be celebrated at begin at 7:30 p.m.. followed by a
Temple Ner Tamid on Saturday I carnival
evening The reading of the The Ner Tamid Junior Choir
Megillah will take place at 7 p.m. ( will appear on Sunday at 9:30 a.m..
in the main sanctuarv of the
temple.
Following the reading of the
Megillah. the parents of the chil
(hen of Ner Tamid Reljgious
School arc sponsoring a Las
Vegas Evening. Proceeds go to-
wards the temple scholarship
fund
On Sunday morning, the reading
of the Megillah will take place at
the regular service which will
on Ch. 10 TV. the Jewish Worship
Hour, with a Purim program
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Friday. March 16. 1973
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^Jewisli norkSPan
Hebrew Theological College
To Salute Harry L. Isenstein
Page 3-A
Harry t. Jsenstein, Miami Beach
and Chicago, community and reli-
' fjious lead**'"
"cv v i nr"TieV ?"*& ,Uc nf stu"ies antl "" ""<""'"
chaTrman 1 I- airman. He to a member of the colleRe students. Teachers Insiitu-
board of the Community Assist-; tes for men and women also are
Ef pro-rlm'' B*,CattWI in ,s" I maintained on a 15-acrc campus in
The Eiebro Theological College **"*' IU Tnere are 604 8tudent-
not only trains rabbis hut also pre- a fiicl,ll> ol 54 eminent scholars
pares Hebrew teachers. Ilillel di- and an annual budget of SI mil-
rectors and community leaders Won.
Leonard Zilbert To
Yeshiva I. Dinner
Chair
\pril I
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F
H6RRY L. ISENSTCIN
March 28 at the Eden Roe Hotel
at a national dinner in behalf of the
Hebrew Theological College of
Chicago.
Mr. Isenstein, a top leader of the
Federation, United Jewish Appeal.
Histadrut, Israel Bonds and other
utilizations in Chicago, main-
tains a winter residence in Miami
Beach.
He was among the national lead-
ers for the Mid Winter Conference
of the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
which he serves as a regional vice
president.
Dr. S T. Swirsky of Beth Jacob
Congregation and Rabbi David
Lehrfield of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation have been named chair-
men of the March 28 dinner honor-
ing Mr. Isenstein. Both rabbis are
graduates of the Hebrew Theologi-
cal College, one of the nation's
largest and foremost Orthodox .
rabbinical seminaries.
Mr. and Mrs. Isenstein have j
been visiting Miami Beach for
more than a decade and have been
vitally interested in Jewish Educa-
tion throughout their lives.
He is treasurer of the Israel His-
tadrut campaign in Chicago, trea- j
surer and executive member of I
the Labor Zionist Alliance in Illi-
renl enroHmenl of 7,000 men and
women.
Yeshiva University's Main Cen-
ter is in the Washington H<
section of Manhattan. Three other
major teaching centers are lo-
cated elsewhere in Manhattan said
iii the Bronx.
r<>
I eonard Zilbert has been name I
chairman of l 'itage dinner
nf Yeshiva Universit) which will
be held Thursday \pnl 5 at fj p.m.
at the Pontainebleau Hotel.
The dinner is sponsored by the
Florida Friends of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, an organization of edu-
cators, businessmen, professional!
leaders, local alumni and parents of
students, who support the goals of
Yeshiva University and participate
in projects to benefit its programs.
Assisting Mr. Zilbert will be Th(1 .,..,,!:,:, .
Charles Fruchtman. honorary of ,wim ui h E*t*^^
chairman. Mr,. Sorrel R. Bollet. ?L "" IJeBobscn1od,b>: ,,u
Harry H. Frankel, Moses Hornstein gj^ J&KfL 0and Cu""e
Jack Leeb, Mrs. William Rancher. Vm,r an S vl at p'm- *
and Mr,. Sydelle Schlanger. co- *?"?" ** "" '"'
chairman: rabbinic committee
chairman. Rabbi Max I.ipschitz., The program will include a talk
alumni committee chairman. Rabbi' on "The Historial and Religious
Jonah E. Caplan. Meaning of Purim" by Harry Z
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received are from the Hebrew-
Home for the Aged, the Demo-
cratic Club, the Jewish War Vet-
erans. South Shore Hospital. Mt.
Sinai Hospital and chapters of
B'nai B'rith.
Now in its 87th year, Yeshiva
University is America's oldest and
largest university established un-
der Jewish auspices. In its under-
graduate colleges and graduate di-
visions the university offers pro-
grains leading to degrees in the
humanities, natural sciences, edu-
cation, medicine. Judaic studies
and professional fields for a cur-
Sarah Fershko will offer selec-
tion of Hebrew and Yiddish songs
accompanied by Haim Fershko,
who will also play a program of
piano solos.
Leon Segal will preside.
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To Be Held On
SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1973
at the
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Principal Speaker:
RABBI DR. EMANUEL RACKMAN
Honoree:
OSCAR B. SCHAPIRO
On April 1,1973
the s.s. Statendam will
cruise the Mediterranean
visiting Israel
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Friday, March 16, 1973
Volume 46
12
ADAR 5733
Number 11
I
The Meaning Of "Key 73"
The debate over the meaning of "Key 73"the
Christian evangelistic campaign this year that has caused
concern among some Jewish leaders, both lay and re-
ligious has brought statements from both Christians
and Jews that have made headlines for different reasons
not always complimentary to either side.
But Jews who are concerned might take a closer look
at what was reported recently in the local press about
their own ties to Judaism, as perceived by several local
Christian ministers. Said one: "But there are many Jews
who are not religiously active and if they're not participat-
ing, what have Jews as a religious group lost?"
And, from another, came the thought, "That there are
very few Jews who go to synagogues 17 per cent I be-
lieve and since we have a mandate to present the gospel
to all men, this is part of our commission."
Other than their basic misunderstanding of what the
Jews are as a people a total concept of which religion
is only one of the components the Christian view of the
Jew in America is not one to be passed over lightly. One
of the sociological reasons given for the wave of synagogue
affiliation following World War II was the desire to be
identified as Christians were through institutional
membership. That Jews may have found in Israel, for in-
stance, that identification is not comprehensible to his
neighbor. For evangelists selling the Jesus movement those
are especially fair game. It is possible, in their view, to
have both Israel and ]esus and remain Jewish!
If, as some have suggested, "Key 73" makes Jews
tcke a harder look at themselves it will be a good thing
for us in the long run.
Purim Story Worth Retelling
If Purim. as is suggested in the new Encyclopaedia
Judaica, isn't really a Jewish religious holiday, then why
will the traditional reading of the Megillah take place in
the synagogues this weekend.
No better reason can be given than that the Book of
Esther is a great story, filled with heroes and villians, and
the kind of story that can turn the normally serious mood
of the synagogue into one carnival spirit as that tale un-
folds to the accompaniment of greggers and other noise-
makers, not the least of which are boos and hisses for
Hamon and his crew.
The happy ending to a story of oppression is one our
people have always welcomed, for it assures us that no
matter what the trouble, "Am Yisroel Chai!" The people
of Israel and will continue to live.
Discrimination Not a Thing of the Past
The illusion that discrimination against Jews is a
thing of the past in Florida has been shattered by the
latest reports of the Anti-Defamation League.
Prepared for the State Human Relations Commission,
one study details examples of discrimination in housinq
and employment in. particular. That these practices still
exist will come as a shock to many, not surprisingly since
the ADL labeled it "virtually an invisible phenomenon."
The Human Relations Commission plans to submit the
report to this year's session of the Florida Legislature and
every effort should be made to see that it is not pigeon-
holed, as have other reports in past years.
At another level, ADL has protested to the Florida
Medical Association the use of membership application
forms which ask physicians their religion and race The
response of officials of the FMA, that the information is for
use internally and for "obituaries," is far from acceptable
given the history of such demands for informcrtion that have
nothing to do with the qualifications required for FMA
membership or do they?
The work of the Anti-Defamation League, us shown
by its latest studies, is more proof if any were needed
that eternal vigilance continues to be one of the prices we
must pay if we are to retain our libertie*.
WASHINGTON. DC. The
mystery of crises on the world
money market is so deep for
most Americans that the drama
chiefly excites the experts. But
it is time to note that some-
thing akin to "the decline of the
West.'' that Oswald Spengler
wrote about, lies behind the
latest round of trouble for the
U.S. dollar.
TO (JET THE current facts
out of the way first, the pres-
ent money crisis seems, to be
ending with the dollar losing a
lot more of its value against
the world's stronger currencies.
Add the nrobable new drop to
to
the dollar devaluation I
place a bit earlier. You then get
the following approximate but
quite likely total losses of value:
About 40 per cent of the dol-
lar's former worth as against
the Swiss franc.
Nearly 40 i>er cent of the dol-
lar's former worth as against
the Japanese yen.
And about 32 per cent of the
dollar's former worth as against
the West German mark.
THJESK ARE massive cuts in
our formerly overvalued cur-
rency's worth on the world mar-
ket."
In addition, in 1972. Japan
had a rate of inflation more
.than I and t'j times higher than.
Ihe U.S. inflation rate. The Ger-
man rate wad more than twice
88 high as ours. The Swiss infla-
tion rate was a whopping 2'i
limes higher than ours. Hence
American exports certainly
ought to regain full competitive-
ness Ii not one has to conclude
that American corporations sim-
plj 'in not know how to reach
export markets in the German-
Japanese manner.
Unless our businessmen are
hopelessly flabby, in othtr
words, the entire American
economy should become fully
competitive again after years
of continuously losing more and
more of its former ability to out-
compete all others. Yet the real
drama goes far deeper than that,
all the same.
TAKE THE matter of the
Continued n Pace ft-\

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T
GOMMENT
No matter what happens to a
migrant farm worker, the im-
portance of it doesn't last long;
never did. The news of a ty-
phoid epidemic in one of those
animal pits in South Dade was
barely beginning to make an im-
pact when Miami Beach's con-
taminated water supply upstaged
it. As Dr. Milton Saslaw put it
to the Metro Commission: "A
wealthy area can have water
problems just as well as a mi-
grant camp."
It's the kind of thing that
makes us all equal. As Anatole
France once explained so well:
"The law, in its majestic equal-
ity, forbids the rich as well as
the poor to sleep under bridges,
to beg in the streets, and to steal
bread." That was 1894. and this
is 1973. Same law today.
BEGIN HERE. In 1969. I
I wrote: Ever since I visited
some migrant labor camps I
have been wrestling with words
to describe my impression. I
was angered, but not passion-
ately. I was stirred, but not to
rage; call it compassion. I was
hurt, but how deeply?
What I fear most. I think, was
phrased best by Hannah Arendt
in the subtitle of her book on
Eichmann; The Banality of Evil.
Banal: commonplace or trivial.
These are poor people, these
migrant workers. It is not only
poverty in terms of money, but
in the absence of desire or hope.
I am still hung up on the suc-
cess ethic, and though I can un-
derstand the attitude, I find it
difficult to accept a view of life
that is neither negative nor posi-
tive, without despair, neutral.
OUM GUIDE through the
camps explained that the people
we spoke with were used to be-
ing squeezed, handled and stared
at like vegetables in the store.
Government officials, senators.
ministers, priests and rabbis
have been through the area,
asking the same questions, ex-
pressing dismay, implying help
that never comes. They know,
even if we don't, that the evil
of their condition ultimately is
so banal so trivial and com-
monplace that nothing will be
done. It was not done for their
fathers and it will not be done
for their children.
IN 1970. I wrote: The reac-
tion to NBC's documentary on
the Florida migrant worker was
easily predictable. The bad
guys" like Sen. Edward Gurney
and Gov. Claude Kirk saw it as
biased reporting. There was no
indication they intended to do
anything about the conditions
shown on television which, if
"biased,"' were admittedly true.
In the U.S. Senate, the "good
guys" will hold some more meet-
ings. Public reaction reported in
the press was somewhat similar
to that expressed by the Amer-
ican people to the reports of the
My Lai massacre in Vietnam:
disbelief that any such thing
existed.
THE FACT that there was
any reaction at all provides a
glimmer of hope. Not much, be-
cause it was more a defense
reflex than anything else. It was,
remember, just 10 years ago
that Edward Murrow and CBS
did a similar documentary and
I suppose we can look forward
to 1980 and ABC picking up
where Huntley left off to com-
plete the network cycle.
The latest hunger and shelter
crisis, I wrote here in 1971, has
led State Sen. Lee Weissenborn
by EDWARD COHEN
to plan a joint legislative tour
of the farm areas next week,
and he is "fed up." he says, with
the "here we-go again" attitude
of militant migrant leaders.
Sen. Weissenborn is one of
the few legislators with an au-
thentic concern for the miserable
life of the migrants, but he shows
a lack of understanding of the
system if he finds fault with the
militants' belief that the tours
are "insulting; you're taken as a
clown or something to play
with." to quote one of the mi-
grant leaders.
My files reveal no column in
1972 about migrant workers and
the answer. I suppose, is back
in that first column in 1969: We
need a guide to find them deep
in the farm land, on dirt roads
off the county arteries that fan
out from Dixie Hwy.. for they
are truly invisible people. They
don't riot: and "burn, baby
burn" isn't one of their slogans
but sometimes a terrible reality
which takes the lives of a few-
surplus kids in one of the hovels.
But it is banality which covers
them from sight, even more than
geography.
So what does one say to the
1973 headline in the Miami Her-
ald: "Labor Camp Action Vowed"
last week? Nice of the congress-
men to come by and visit. I
guess, and to express dismay,
especially Paul Rodgers who has
done so much to block legisla-
tion on behalf of migrants in the
past. Not much to say, really.
I shall contribute the check I get
for this column to the Migrant
Relief Fund since most of it is
material from columns I wrote
in the past about them. Perhaps
1 want feel so guilty about my
lack of originality.


Friday. March IS, 1973
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AT HOLLYWOOD BEACH APRIL 12
Histadrut Foundation
Slates Spring Confab
Page S-A.
Oscar B. Schapiro Will Be Honored At Mizrachi Fete
The new Holiday Inn motel of | ference held in Miami Beach.
Hollywood Beach will be the site
of a National Spring Conference oi
Oscar B. Schapiro, chairman of
j the executive committee of the
I Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
I will be honored March 25 at the
| annual scholarship fund dinner of
j Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi of
I Greater Miami.
The banquet is set for the Eden
Roc Hotel, with Herman Eisen-
Rabbi Bender Dedicates
DR. SOI STHH
the Israel Histadrut Foundation
April 12. Announcement of the all-
day conclave was made this week
by Dr. Leon Kronish of Miami
Beach, national chairman of the
board of the organization.
Dr. Sol Stein of New York, na-
tional president of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation, will be among
participants in the Spring Confer-
ence. A morning plenary session, a
luncheon, afternoon workshop
meetings and an evening assembly
are listed on the agenda, accord
ing to Dr. Kronish. rabbi of Temple
Beth Shalom.
Dr. Stein, a renowned economist
and former executive director of
the National Committee for Labor
Israel, conducts weeKlv radio pro-
grams in Yiddish over stations in
New York, Miami and elsewhere
around the country.
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
has pioneered the technique of de-
ferred giving to Israel through
wills, bequests, annuity trusts and
funds, income funds and other
forms of legacies.
It currently is engaged in a na-
tionwide effort to secure $5 mil-
lion for the Histadrut Mortgage
Fund which will enable thousands
of Israeli armed forces veterans
and young married couples to se-
cure financing for housing.
Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir
and Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's
ambassador to the United States,
endorsed the program during tthe
recent National Mirf-Wintor Con
Monday Reception
At Federation For
Israeli Students
A reception will be held Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the Greater
Miami Jcvish Federation Building
in honor of six high school stu-
dents from Israel who will visit
three high schools in Dade County.
The Federation and the Greater
Miami Jewish Youth Council will
host the reception. There will be
an audio-visual program and the
Hashachav Dance Group will en-
tertain.
Aryeh Rxkach. Sha!:ach from
the Israel programs office, will
guide the visiting students from
class to class. They will talk about
Israel to local pupils, and spend
,ime in and out of class with their
Miami counterparts, according to
Linda I>ebivit7. president of the
Youth Council.
Contributions made through 8.5
per cent Histadrut Annuity Trusts
are utilized for the Mortgage Fund,
Dr. Kronish explained. The 8.5 peri leiliple (Jiamleliers
cent is paid to the donors through-'
out their lifetimes.
Reservations for the April 12
function at the Holiday Inn, 4000
S. Ocean Dr., may be made at the
offices of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach. Residents and winter visi-
tors of Hallandale and Hollywood
I are urged to attend. Dr. Stein said.
Rabbi Paul J. Bender will offici-
ate at a ceremony dedicating new
chandeliers in the Israel Center
Temple sanctuary Saturday at 8
p.m. following the reading of the
Megillah.
The Sisterhood, which furnished
1 the chandeliers, will serve tradi-
tional Purim refreshments. Mrs.
1 Chester Leiter is Sisterhood presi-
dent.
berg as general chairman. Rabbi
Emanuel Rackman. spiritual leader
of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue
in New York City, will be guest
speaker. .. -- ,.
Rabbi David Lehrfield of Kne-
selh Israel will present the Torah
award to Mr. Schapiro. according
to Hyman Kolko, a member of the
presidium of the Religious Zionists
ol America.
Mr. Schapiro is a board member
of Mizrachi. a trustee of State of
Israel Bonds, chairman of the
board of Kneseth Israel and ac-
tive in B'nai B rith, Z.O.A. and
the Louis Mcrwitzer Mesivta High
School.
His efforts in behalf of the
Hebrew Academy resulted in his
election last year as chairman of
the executive committee after
years of service as associate
chairman.
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Friday. March 16. 1973
Murray Shaw To Head
BB Passover Festival
Murray Shaw has been named
funeral chairman of the Passover
Festival sponsored by the B'nai
MURRAY SHAW
iv it Foundation of the United
- slated for Saturday evening,
April 21, at the Hotel Fontaine-
eau.
The festival will highlight a
- ilute to Israel on its 25th birth-
day, and will feature an original
adah written by Girt Bossak,
irector of the BBYO in South
Florida. The celebration will bri
together representatives of the
Hillel Foundation of the L niver-
l ty of Miami, the AZA (boys
tilth groups) and B'nai B'rith
Girls, and the membership and
leadership of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
The program will feature a
musical presentation in which the
BBY will take part, and will
honor the members of the pres-
ident's and century clubs of B'nai
B'rith.
Murray Shaw has been a com-
munity leader in many areas He
has chaired the Israel Bond drive-
in his community, and sparked
the campaign of the Miami Jewish
the campaign of the Miami Jewish
in the activities of Temple Ner
Tamid, he has concentrated in the
promotion of Jewish education
among the congregation's mem-
bers.
The BB Presidents and Century
clubs are composed of individuals
who have made ''continuing com-
mitments to the B'nai B'rith
Foundation to maintain and fur-
ther the efforts on the college
campuses of the Hillel houses, the
BBYO in over 1.100 communities
in the US. and the career and
muscling services of the Foun-
dation. Murray Shaw originated
the concept of the Century Club
on a national level, and is a mem
ber of BB Freedom Lodge which
has the largest number of club
participants in the United States.
Co-chairing the affair are Judge
Ted Nelson and Alfred Golden,
national Hillel commissioner.
Serving on the committee arc E.
Albert Pallot and Burnett Roth,
national Trusties of the B'nai
B'rith foundation. Howard Neu.
Sidney Ritter, Mel Feigcles. Sol
Kaye, George Kotin. Jack Sperans,
Leo Steinman, Eva Sussman, and
Joe Sussman
Humphrey
Denounces
Terrorists
Cong. Lehman Speaker At
Sinai Ground Breaking
Tsur Takes Lead
For Shazar Post
< tattooed from Page l-A
port. But two other candidates
havf b*en mentioned by Labor
Party MKs.
They are Supreme Court Jus-
ice Eliyahu Mani and Deputy
Knesset Speaker Yitzhak Navon.
roth prominent members of the
SepVardic community. Arye
hi', former secretary general
if the Labor Party, supports
ud re Mani.
Mr. Navon is supported by the
oungcr wing of the party, by
is Jerusalem branch and by for-
mer Rafi followers of Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan.
(.ahal. the largest opposition
'action, has not endorsed any
i andidate. But one of its lead-
ers. Elimelech Rimalt. recently
old a Haifa audience that Gahal
avored Judge Mani.
The National Religious Party.
a coalition partner, reportedly
leans toward State Comptroller
E. I. Nebenzahl who is Orthodox.
The Labor Party leadership
bureau met with the executive of
the party's Knesset faction to
discuss the various candidates.
On Thursday, the Labor Align-
ment's Central Committee was
to meet with the full Knesset
faction in Tel Aviv, hopefully to
select a candidate.
Lubavitcher Message
Members of the Lubavitchei
Movement attending a Purim ob-
servance Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in
the Crown Hotel will hear a Purim
message from the Lubavitcher
Rebbc. Rabbi Menachem M. Schnc-
crson to be broadcast via long dis-
tance hook-up from Lubavitcher
headquarters in New York.
By Special Report
LOUISVILLE Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey said this week at a j
United Jewish Appeal dinner that
"the Palestinian extremists are do-
ing more to jeopardize peace in the
Middle East than any other single
force.
Not satisfied with the attempted
blackmail of the U.S. government,
the terrorists are blackmailing
Arab governments every day by
their presence and extensive op-
erations throughout the Middle
East.
"With their violence and ter-
rorism, they are a menace to Arab
and Jew alike. All responsible gov-
ernments must join m a common
effort to do away with these ter-
rorist movements."
Sen. Humphrey said "the United
Nations has a particular responsi-
bility to mobilize its membership
to track down and punish the ter-
rorists. No nation should provide
them with refuge or asylum.
"The recent tragedy in the Su
dan demonstrates that terrorism is
a despicable device which only sub-
verts peace at a time when a break
through might be possible." the
Minnesota Democrat asserted.
Sen. Humphrey observed that
the President's recent meeting with
President Sadat's foreign policy
advisor, followed by the lung and
friendly meeting with GoUla Meir.
gives real hope that a forward
movement in casing tensions in the
Middle East may now be possible.
"And it is clear." he said, "that
the terrorists arc anxious to undo
these signs of hope." Senator
Humphrey will be honored W'eilnes
day night in Miami Beach at a
Hebrew University national dinner
Spinoza Forum
Lists Speaker
On Thursday. March 22. at 10
a.m. Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin will
review "My Name Is Asher Lev"
by Chaim Potok at the Spinoza
Forum meeting at 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
Dr. Granville Fisher, psycholo
gist, will speak on "Gallery of the
Mind" at the 10 a.m. meeting on
! March 29.
Mrs. Harold D. Berlowitz, social
worker, founder of the Women's
Committee for Brandeis Univer-
sity, gave a talk on "Brandeis U."
at last week's forum.
Following Purim morning serv-
ice and Megillah reading on Sun-
da v. the congregants and children
of Temple Sinai of North Dacle
will assemble outside their sanc-
tuary on 188th St. and NE 22nd
Ave.. to participate in the ground
breakinc ceremon) for a Religious
School Building, which will be
constructed starting April 1.
The building, to be named the
lrvin and Fannie Rosenblum Re-
ligious School Building tor their
generous gift towards it.- construe
lion, will house Temple Sinai's
T0 Religious School students who
have been attending classes on a
temporary basis at John F. Ken ^
ned) Junior High School. The new (
building will base 14 classrooms.]
with provisions for a nursery ,
school and for >outh meeting,
rooms
Cong William Lehman of the
12th District, will give the dedi-
cator} address during festivities
which will include songs and pray j
ers led by the congregation's i
youth choir and the breaking of
.round by pa>: president- of the
Oneg Purim For
David Pinski Club
I. Lasavin, author and lecturer.
will speak on "The Significance
of Purim at the Present Time" at
the meeting of the David Pin.-ki
Club Friday, a p.m. at the Ida
Fisher School Cafeteria.
Fishl Nashkin, humorist will of-
fer a monologue from Sholom
Aleichem. and Hilda Zueker. folk-
singer. will present selections of
Yiddi-h and Hebrew >ongs. accom-
panied by Paul Yanovsky.
conrptearton: Dr. Stanford B
Cooke. Sam H Lubell. Harold A
Greene, and Lloyd B. Jayc. pies
ident Kenneth J. Schwartz.
Also the building committee co
chairmen Dr. Val Bloch. George
Berlin and Sydney Walker, and
the men who have chaired the Re
igious School committee durinu
the planning stages for the new
building. Dr. S. Allan Schwartz
enfeld and Marvin Pack.
The Ro^enhlums. after whom
the school building is named, will
also participate in the ground
breaking. Chairman of the day is
Aaron Podhurst of the con:
tion's board of trustees.
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NCJW Convention To Honor
Gov. Askew, Dr. Prinz Here
Contiiffir-'d from P)lK,. l-A life ir. 1
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Center. Council Thrift Shop Ware
house and the Greater Miami Sec-
tion'* offices in the Federation
Building.
The Tour Guide committee in-
cludes Mrs. Betty Greensnan, Mrs
Audrey Goldstein. Mrs. Judy Gil-
bert. Mrs. Nanci Goldstein, Mrs
Mikki Futernick, Mrs. Doris Rich,
Mrs. Ann Sheldon. Mrs. Helene
ferger and Mrs. Bea Kazan.
Script committee includes Mrs.
Nanci Goldstein, Mrs. Rose Bott-
feld, Mrs. Marilyn Cohen. Mrs. Myr-
na Loman and Mrs. Ann Sheldon.
Mrs. Elaine Bloom is president
of the Greater Miami Section's
2..".00 members and Mrs. Vera Kes
sler is cominunity services vice
president. Serving as chairman of
the "Workshop on Wheels" is Mrs.
Elinor Cataman. Mrs. Reva Wexler
is national convention chairman.
March 27 a "Council in Israel"
luncheon will hear Dr. Chaim Ad
director of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women's NCJW Cen-
ter for Research in Education of
of Education of the Hebrew Uni
versity of Jerusalem.
The NCJW Center for Research
in Education of the Disadvantaged
will be celebrating its fifth year
of existence and its first as a per-
manent institution in the Hebrew
University School of Education.
Dr. Adler. who will fly here di-
rectly from Israel, is a world re-
nowned specialist in the fields of
sociology and education and has
written many works, published in |
both English and Hebrew, dealing 1
with both topics.
He serves on the steering com- -
mittee and as chairman of the Sub-
committee on Informal Education
and Community Developments of
the Prime Minister's special com-
mittee on 'Youth in Distress.''
At the 1!>"1 national convention
in Detroit. \T.IW pledged SI mil-
lion to establish the NCJW Center
for Research in Education of the
Disadvantaged as a permanent In-
institution.
The center, which will carry
will be housed in' two "wings in
the complex of the School of Edu-
cation now under construction on
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D mglas Gardens, annual building
fund and life membership lunch
ion will he held on Tuesday noon,
al the Algiers Hotel
Mrs. Sol Silverman, building
fund chairman, will welcome the
guests, the invocation will he
given bj Mrs. Helen Merman, life
member chairman, and Mrs. Law-
ronce Silverman, auxiliary pres-
ident, will extend greetings.
Program chairman. Mrs. Louis
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Arab oil money, which has been
playing a major role in the new
monetary crisis. By the best es-
timates, there are now S12 bil-
lion of this Arab oil money
fcloshing about on the world
money market like an excess of
I Ilge In the hold of an unstable
p. By the same estimates,
this figure '.'. reach S3G bil-
lion in three more years!
If you think about the matter
historically, you can see that
this Is an int mst ly precarious,
even untenable situation for the
long irun. The oil-rich Arab
states, please remember, are uni-
formly weak militarily.
With the possible exceptions
of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia,
these states are also unstable
politically. Their accumulation
of such enormous wealth is like
the accumulation of neat pack-
aces of billions of dollars on the
open streets of the toughest
neighborhood in a crime-ridden
city, with no policemen within
mi'es.
FOR THE short run, mean-
while. these immense sums the
oil-rich Arabs are accumulating
must realistically be subtracted
from the former wealth of the
Western powers. Only 20 years
ago, the United States, Britain,
France and other Western
countries would have been rak-
ing in four-fifths of the profits
now going to the Arabs who
happen to sit on the world's
main oil sources.
This drastic shift of a vital
locus of wealth is only one part
of a much larger story, more-
< ver. Another part of the same
Etorj i-; the immense success of
the Japanese economy in the
last two decades, and Japan's
consequct absorption of hur.e
markets formerly Western-
dominated. It should be noted,
too. that Hong Kong and Singa-
pore. Taiwan and South Korea
have all been following in Jap-
an'- footsteus.
NOR IS that the story's end.
by any means. Like the famous
cloud no bigger than a man's
hand which then ruined into a
cloudb'it -t. there are mainland
China's exnorts to consider.
Communist Chinese exports
rose by 13 per cent last year,
reaching a net total of $2.3 bil-
lion. By the standards of mod-
ern world trade, that is still
pretty piddling. But within the
pattern, there are some fairly
Etark warning signals. Chinese
textile exports, for instance, are
now running at the level of $600
million a year, and Chinese tex-
tile quality is being upgraded,
without proportional price up-
grading
AGAIN, the Chinese have just
begun to market a camera, the
Seagull which sells for only $70
a-.-ain st three times that sum
lor the comparable model of the
Japanese Minolta. To be sure,
China is heavily handicapped
for now by an overriding de-
fense priority made urgent by
Chinese fear of a Soviet attack.
But in time, China should be
able to do approximately what
Japan has done already. And
China is sevenfold bigger than
Japan!
After 300 years, in truth, the
old. fami'iar, habitual Western
economic and technological dom-
ination of the world is gradually
coming to an end.
Annual installation and election dinner-dance of Temple
Emanu-El brought together new and past officers of Miami
Beach's largest synagogue. From left are Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, who took office as president; past presidents Harry
Sirkin and Max Boderman; Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El for more than 29 years; past presidents
Harry Pearlman, Joseph Cohen and Mayer Frankel. and
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman cf the board of directors and
clso a past president. The yearly meeting was held in the
Friedland Ballroom Sunday night.
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Tel Aviv U. To Salute David Light
David J. Light, Miami Beach I University. j of Tel Aviv University, will be the
communal leader, will be honored : Harold H. Goldfarb. a Founder ] principal speaker. Also participat-
March 29 at the Eden Roc Hotel I of Tel Aviv University and chair- : ing will be Shmuel Lelkin. manager
at a testimonial dinner sponsored [man of the local chapter, is chair- | of Israel's 1972 Olympic team.
by the Greater Miami chapter of man of the banquet. The banquet will benefit the
the American Friends of Tel Aviv Prof. Yaval Ne'eman, president proposed Olympian Memorial Ccn-
| ter for Physical Education at the
Israeli university, dedicated to the
11 Olympians slain at and near
Munir.vh 1;/. year.
Announcement of the dinner
' was made by Victor M. Carter,
national president, and Adm.
Lewis L. Strauss, national honor-
ary chairman of the American
Friends of Tel Aviv University.
Hebrew U. Honors Humphrey Here
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
whose public service from Mayor.
of Minneapolis to Vice President'
In addition to Sen. Humphrey,
four leaders of American Jewry
will be honored Wednesday night
The Torch of Learning Award will
be conferred upon them as a mark
of recognition for their leadership
in the cause of higher learning in
both the United States and Israel
ton. Richard Levy of Miami Beach,
Nathan (Nate) Shafran of Cleve-
land and Lewis E. Zorn of Miami
Beach and Mt. Vernon. N.Y., are
the Torch of Learning Laureates
for 1973.
Mr Zorn is vice president of the
Greater Miami chapter of the
American Friends and Mr Lew is
Max M. Kamplelman of Washing- j a director and brother of Ham-
i Hap i I.evy. president of the chap-
ter and campaign chairman of
Greater Miami's CJA-IEF drive
Richard Levy also is a leader of
the Jewish Federation and a di-
rector of Temple Emanu-El. Mr.
Zorn has been active in Temple
Beth Sholom and is a Trustee and
Founder of the Mount Sinai Medi-
cal Center. pd ad
h
SEN. HUBERT H. HUMPHREY
of the United States has won his
acclaim from political supporters
and opponents alike will receive
overwhelming tribute from the
American Jewish community and
the State of Israel Wednesday night
in Miami Beach.
The American Friends of the
Hebrew University will bestow
their highest honor the Scopus
Award upon Sen. Humphrey at
an Eden Roc Hotel dinner which
gets under way at 6 p.m.
Israel's dynamic Economic Min-
ister to the United States and Can-
I ada, Ze'ev Sher. will be on hand to
, represent his Government. Julian
B. Venezky, national chairman of
' the board of the American Friends,
will be among the national Hebrew
: U. leaders coming here expressly
for the banquet.
Comedian Jerry Lewis, one of
the most beloved American Jew-
ish entertainers, will step out of
his usual role to pay tribute to
Sen. Humphrey's work ia behalf
of the disadvantaged of Israel,
America and the world.
The Honorable Louis Wolfson
, II, general chairman of the dinner
j and senior vice president of Wo-
i metco Enterprises, Inc., reports a
: few seats still available for the
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the offices of the American
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! by telephoning 532 1707. Proceeds
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at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
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Jewish Agency Chief At Hebrew Academy
Arie Morgenstern, director of the
Jewish Agency's Department of!
Torah Education, was in Miami
Beach for four days this week to
survey the facilities, faculty and
student bodies of the Greater Mi
ami Hebrew Academy and the
1 ouis Menvitzer Mesh ta High:
School.
Mr. Morgenstern was accom-
panied here on his survey mission
b\ Rabbi Nahuin Ariely nf the
same department. Their purpose
here was to observe classes, dis-
cuss with teachers the problems
cf education in general, and in par-
ticular the problems of instructing
such courses as Bible. Jewish phi-
losophy. Halacha and Jewish con-
temporary history.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy and
Mi sjvta for nearly its entire 25
years, worked closely with the two
men in various individual and
group conferences at the Miami
Beach schools.
Mr. Morgenstern is a graduate of
the Hebrew University in sociology
md political science. He earned
his master's degree from Hebrew
I", in Contemporary Jewry, and has
served as an instructor and super-
visor of religious hish schosR in-
cluding a term as principal of Ne-
Unya's Veshiva High School.
The director of the Department
of Torah Education, first Israeli-
born person to head the key Jew-
ish Agency section, is i'4 years-old
and a veteran of both the Sinai
Campaign of 1956 and the Six-Day
War of June. 1967. He studied in
the famed Hebron Yeshiva of Je-
rusalem in addition to the Hebrew
University.
"What we found at the Hebrew;
Academy and Mesivta was excel-,
lence on the part of both students
and faculty. The level of learning i
is high, and the spirit reminds us ]
of Israel," Mr. Morgenstern said
as he toured the South's largest'
.'! brew day school.
Rabbi Ariely and Mr. Morgen-
stern brought with them a new
book for teaching about Israel, use
ful in classes from the first through
12th grades, it describes the story
of Israel's Proclamation of Inde-
pendence, issued May 14. 1948
Rabbi Ariely, a lecturer in phi-
losophy at Bar-Ilan University in
R imat Can. is a noted author and
new is serving a term of special
duty with the Board of Jewish Edu-
cation in New York City.
The men said the trends towards
more Israeli teachers at the He-
brew day schools here and around
the United States demonstrates
'their role in bringing the Hebrew-
language closer to the students. Its
use as a vital, living language in
Israel is presented with authority
which Americans with superior
knowledge of Hebrew cannot quite
equal."
Orthodox Synagogue
Formed in Hollywood
Announcement has been made
of the formation of the first Ortho-
dox synagogue in Hollywood serv-
icing the areas of Emerald Hills
and Hollywood Hills.
Dr. Frank Stein was elected
president of the organization, and
Dr. Alvin Cohen is vice president.
Beach Chamber .,
Sets Installation
Dinner April 10
James J. McDonnell has been re-
elected president of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce. Vice
presidents selected include Lafrj
Aberman. public affairs; Bart Gold
berg, governmental affairs;. Leon
Manne. tourism and conventions
and Jim Wade, organizational im-
provement.
Tony Noboa was elected a di-
rector and treasurer Leonard A
Baker was rcelected executive vice
president, and Elaine F. Arrow
will again serve as general man-
ager.
Annual installation dinner, set
April 10 at the Carillon Hotel, also
will seat John Forte, Larry Karel.
Chink Kramer. Harry Schellham
mer and Robert Turchin as board
members.
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'The Open Door Policy*
ICJIOH3
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ervices
By RABBI. SAMUEL J. FOX
i. i. I87S Jewish Telegraphic Ajrency)
Why docs lew i-.li tradition re-
quire that one wash one's hands
By RABBI JOSEPH GORFINKEL, groups, but peace in our house-
Temple Beth Moshe holds, peace between parents and
; children, between fathers and sons.
"Saul Rabbi Judah in the name bt,lwcon mothers and daughters,
of Rabbi Samuel: 'a peace offer- Inc, rabbinic text suggests a potent upon getting up every morning?
ing sacrifice that was made while uuj,|cijne n js namely, that we According to Rabbi Solomon Ben
the ternala doors were closed be-1 ,mist fil.s( opcn tnc doors of our Adcret (Rashea) the reason for
comes disquali- temple anf| then bring the peace- this is the fact that upon being
ficd. because it ffcrjn.t u teaches us the lesson j able to arise from one's slumber
is written. "And that n3 matter how great our every morning, one should offer
t h e v shall
peace-offering sacrifices may be. thanks to the Almighty for being
slaughter it at' p,,a(:v wjj] elude us if the doors of able to get up. The expression of
the door of the ou,. sanctuaries remain closed, as thanks is an exercise in liturgy
Lent of meeting. |ong as tne jnf|uence of the word which relates man directly to God.
from which we of God ,.cmains confined to the
deduce that the ,.pacp uilhin tlK. walls of tne sanc. He is. therefore, comparable to
temple doors t(Wry the priests (Kohanim) in the sane-
must be open tuary of old who performed a serv-
when a peace- This is exactly what the proph- ice which brought them into con-
Offering is sacri- ets of Israel decried when they tact with Cod. Coming into con-
1 (Zevachim sm.ke out so courageously against tact with the Almighty requires
S5bt 'he people of their times. It was,;, person to purify himself and
It is most interesting to note this kind of religion which closes sanctify himself like 'he priests of
thai while the above rabbinic nil its eyes towards the burning is-1 old who arc described in the Bible
ing regarding the temple doors be- sues of the day, the injustice and .,., being required to wash their
ing open applied to all manner of evil of the time, and becomes con- hands and fee' before entering
sacrifice, yet the rabbis of the Tal- cerned only with pompous hypo- the sanctuary' (Exodus 30).
mud because they were no mere critic ritual that they so bitterly|
denounced.
Rahhi Gorflnkel
JACOB C. COHtN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. ,?6
KNESETH ISRA-EL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Temptej. 620 73th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 2t>
i-'ri,ia\ r:15 p.m Saturday 9 a.m.,
iiin- Mils van: Oscar, son of Mr. anl
Mrs. nuiallo PeMenkrala; 7 p.m. .\i>-
mlinh reading.
-_ _
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
i-Yi.i.i\ N.i.i p.m., BTUfsi speaker, Bli
yahu H.....k, dlrecior and adml Istra-
inr of Hebrew I'nlvcndM of Jeni .|cm,
will have as hit topic, tala in
Israel."
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OHEV SHALOM. 7C55 Bonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radin 30
BETH KODESH. ,101 SW 12th Ave.' -------------
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha- SEPHARDIC JEWISH TENTER 45
Taaaaawi
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th- Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (Temple!. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard S
I-'t i,I:i \ v:i" em.. I!;ilil,i BRUmfrard
will speak on, "Aatrolvfry. KS.r ami
Pas.in. rii, nomena."
BETH DAVID. 28*5 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative, nahbi Irving A. We'n-
gart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
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lorlumi il. in. w 8c].....i Alvph Clasr
.....isccratlun. Saiurdaj '.' a in (Coral
Wax -an. hi.it \ i Itnr Mltzviih: Mii-hael.
m>n i.l Ah ami .\li-~. Leonard --------
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Ribbi H. Rothman. 6
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai 6
Krlilii> > r. |. in Rabbi Max Sliaolm
will di'U*. "The Muni for Sacri-
fice" fl iwi-d i.\ Oiiok Shahbal hosted,
b) Mi and Sirs Sam Schulwolf in
iibservaiiri l hi* birthdio Saturday
7 i. in I'urlin, Ihi l-'estiviil
ili.r." will i., celebrated: also Sun-
ilm ": :i. .. m
pietists or dehydrated ivory tower
intellectuals, because they were
men of the world and students of
human affairs stressed this ruling
with particular emphasis on the
peace-offering sacrifice.
The sacrificial cult has. of course.
The cry. Why don't you rabbis.
tick to religion" is as immoral as
it is unrealistic. For Judaism as a
disciple of life cannot and must not
be divorced from the market place
of daily living and the issues and
' destruction of the problems ii presents, no matter
i nted in the Avodat how controversial and inflama-
i. I \ the service of the heart, discipline of life cannot and must
rayer which is our mode "' be divorced from '.lie market
of worship an 1 communication P'aci '' daily living and the issues
' Yet there is in the above and problems it presents, no matter
quoted Talmudic text a message how controversial and inflamma reVerence, in recognition of the
Ij and relevant for us to- "">" and perhaps because they are fac| tha) h js ^m,,,.,^, ., higher
Generally speaking, in such cir-
cumstances, the washing is per-
formed on those parts of the body
which are usually exposed in the
course of the service. Since the
priests of old had to remove their
hoes bet ire entering the sanctu-
ary, both the hands and feet were
i X| ed Snue oar feet are usu
ally i"' i r< d, we wash only the
Uso, when a person rises
from one plateau of sanetification
to the higher plateau he is re-
quired t i \\.i>ii his hands out of

controversial and inflammatorv.
level of holiness, Passing from
slumber to the state of being
awake is like passing from one
levi I to a higher level of holiness,
thus one is required to wash their
hands.
We live in a turbulent and eon- The synagogue always was and
fused age and in a rapidly chang- milsl remain what the immortal
irld and societj in every as- Chayim Nachman Bialik so aptly
..man life. There appear described as: -The Beth Hayotzer
from time to time political, eco nishmai Haumah." The labora-
nomic. and social issues and prob- l,"> where our people's soul and
lei which are of universal and character were fashioned. The Free Loan Assn. Meets
local so ; i Opinions on these is- synagogue door, must remain wide The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
sue- and nrobloms are sharply di "Uin '" ''very challenge and prob- Loan Assn.. will meet Sunday at
vided and debate and discussion 'em controversial or otherwise. 8 p.m in the Financial Federal
often become heated and even ac- ,na< Iil'-; us today. | 755 Washington Ave
rimonious, resulting in all kinds
of gaps between the sexes, the
ethnic and racial groups and the
generations, There comes to mind.
just to name a few of the hotly de-
bated issues, the war in Vietnam,
the civil rights problems, the dc-
segration and the busing issues,
and the recent national elections
These were issues on which not 1-S)
only the country was divided, but ,
literally families were at logger-'
heads with each other.
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nar.nias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohnm
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. N. rth Bav Village. Corsn-va-
tivr Rabbi Emmet Allen FranK. Can.
tor Murray Yavneh, 32-A
BETH TOV tiemple). 643H SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Canmr Seymour Hinkrs. 8 AGUDAS ACHIM NL'SACH SEFARD
Frldnj s.1.1 p.m., llllM.I Kubel "ill CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Mi.
1 i-rmnn topic, M\Va Mor- ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor*
dt-cbai Juctiflcd?" followed b> Dikb decai Chaimovits.
Shabbm Satuidaj 7 p.m., Purlm NORTH MIAm! BFACH
- rvlce; I ead ;; nl the Mi rIIIh Sun -
Hel^ewlnd" S^.7"lW..l *% VESHUrSn (TemP,el. ,02S
ehlltlivn will .....rtaln and rcfreab- NE M'f"J ?.ar.den'e J, CJ,n"Urva"
niiiu- will In nervcil ,lve- Rahhl Milton Schlinsky. Can.
____. ___ tor Rruvan Eckhaus. 33
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi *
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabhi Bl. TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Joseph R Narot. 10
- n in I ii
shnu'd lb lu m >
IIMM Ml. ......_,.
Blvd. C.-r-rv.ltiv Rll-hi M.- L o-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B Mend- 'son 34
I ,it-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3173 SW
St. Conserva-iv.. Habhi 1-aul J. ___ *
Bender. Canter Nothan Pirnm 11 BNAI RAPHAEL. ICI NW '8^r Conserva.ive a i Victor D.
dwelling. Cartor Jack Lerner. 36
' !:. I,' |ti
mon lopii i ud ii
ill,- Mi nun \ i .,.,., "
of Man) In our HiMon SI"AI empie c- NORTH DADE
- > ,: i; |,| ,..,:.. 1S8C1 NE ?2r.J A-.e Rerorm. Rabbi
Port Inn .ii. WVi > i .a en- m Ra'ph P. Kirgsiey. Cantor Irving
Sliulkes. 37
illuntliintini
McKilliib

r'l ila
i' in itabbl Kilt
SYNOPSIS Of THE WUKLY T0KAH PORTION
Vayikroh
And the Lord called unto Mos
(Leviticus Chapters
There is a notion about in some
quarters that the synagogue, more
specifically the rabbis, should not j
deal with those problems and is :
sues from the pulpit. And when
rabbis expressed views and guide-
lines on those issues from the j
point of view of our Jewish tradi- i
tion and heritage, the denuncia- i
tions were heated and more than
often quite vituperous saying:
"Why don't you. rabbis, stick to I
religion and don't use the pulpit
for issues and problems which are
controversial and inflammatorv!"
THE FIVE PRINCIPAL SACRIFICES Aff,,r it.
Piescrii. ssa far-*bc *?-s
desi^in man tlevaC,iCC ? ^""^ SaC'"ific0S satisf,ed a <>
tinn Xpress' '" material f01' W flings of contri-
tion supphcat.on and thanksgiving toward his Creator The un-
T2SZ25 off,he ,aws ,'t"a,ing to sacrificc wm to "2*S
n,T of ,rcflneme"t and discipline in man. The essential
principals were therefore that sacrifices could not be offered n
SSSn-E onV,hat one God >Bd on ,he -K
o Cty; repentance or restitution of the
hlaaina committed in error, or as an exnrossinn nt ,Z u?^.,f"
It seems to me that it is this
kind of erroneous concept of the i
place of the synagogue and religion consumed by fire upon the altar (2) The Mineha'
generally that the above quoted generally brought bv a man of humble mean
rabbinic text warns us against. In
mal offering
3) The Sholmin
------- V '>
OR OLOM (lemple- 8755 SW 16th \ >'' '! N-'ixn
St. Conservative. Rabin Elliot' "'" (l '' l: I'llfford, I
Wlnoflrsd. Cantor Yehouda Binyd- *,r" E''ard tiolilnleln
mm. i I --------------
------____ |5K LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami I 'q"' Ave- Orthodox. Ral>bi Jonah E.
Avr. Conservative. Riblii Maun-. Caplan. 39
Klein. j
Friday 8:IS p.m., National runrll of VOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
Jewish Women Sabbath \ 1.1.1.-,. AMI NE I7ist st. Orthodox.
lativii .a council >:\ -11. .,., ... "The Rabbi Zalman Kotsowsxy. 39
l>e*ci-iidniiti .a I: -1 1- nn Still Ac- ---------
CORAL GABLti
Hermon, Sedrah \v
WUUAM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative, Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
rummer.
Friday 1:15 p.m., nnt.K Shabbal s.nn-
nai. 1 pdatinR .1. ,*h i,._,,. |,.,| i)V
Kabbl Maxwell lletxer. Cantor P.
Mill- I Drummer Saiurdaj M 11 in.
Prldaj :1S p.m., Riaterhood Bnhhath I
Saturday : a.m., aervlee* followed by SURfSIDf
"i brunch: mogan davd congregation,
readins of. 9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. go
fORT IAUDIRDALI
7:10 p.m I'unm
the Meaillah
NOKtH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225 !
NE 121t St. Conservative. Rabbi !
K0ir^h.ncbo.rufi:.ke,Cantor Ben 2isjBKhH,'sRpVt S*i?>i 7,o w-
.______ 35 2 Park B'vtl Rat>bi Ak.va.
MIAMI MACff Br""ant- ***.M-rtw n... 4a
AU.?AJH ISRAEL 780' Cartvle Ave EM,ANU-EL. 3245 W Oakland Park
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever. B,vd (Reform), nabbi Arthur J
BETH ISRAEL-V",? 407b St. Dr.ho.ox | ^^IWiA|K"""^ "
R.bb, Mordec. Shapiro. 18 MARGATE JE WISH CENTER
?fc- r! RaS.b' Shmi"'>'abu T. Svr. SHOLOM
Ky. Cantor Maurice Mamche* 19
BfeTrionRAPHAE^ ,Ten">,< -e'-
nl* h o I*',. Conwrvative. Rabhi
David Raab. C,rtor Saul Breeh. 20
Blv^ SHOLOM (Te"rn^le,. 4144 Ch.se
Can..LlrV""*1: ?abbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser ,:
Prlday B:1S p.m., Ii
Will Ml.
the worlds highways, but within
its violence ridden streets of its
cities and towns, when we yearn
for peace not only between the
various segments of our society,
its racial and religious and ethnic
?1
-'"" Kronish
;-""-' ''"...' -'-,.'"^.'.u;
. i" i a in mi .
I'unm Meirlllali aarvleea,
da
.'. .:>
! in
Temple) 11- SE 11th Ave.
r!n^rV"-,,ve- Rlbb' Mo"' A- Skop.
Cantor Vaacov Renier.
HALLAHDALf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEH
(Conservative). 416 NE 8h Ave.
?."cbob' a 8ehw"t' C"*
l'i:i,i\ 8:15
mil del I vi r 1
lllWUNK In.. ,|, u ;_.
his vow. The wrong-doer conscience^triokan confessed I
and was obliged to bring this sacrifice rS) The Osham -
Ywwww>w>wvyvw.
CANDLELI&HTING TIME
9
12 ADAR 5:57
^aV%VSia>V%ArVMVVXVv^VVVvvv'
guilt
e sacri
firs-rttar -im "^ ""- ^*
aer
I'm. Rabbi Beliwarts
"" "" on Purlm and
. viah viewa ,.f "K,% 7:1.'
%^ S tej -bbj* =^ ^ n
! Jervfcea "," ;...... l'"'"n '"" "
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pti^'ea^V^ ......... SLtf
Bf-Tuh! MHrnLM "T^>">- >1 Ar-
L ^,', Cof-'ervative RabW Morton
N.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4
B'e.L ,Tfmp,eK ""01 John.on St,
CanJor"^'^ JRabb' David *hP'r.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraur.. 47
BtTonV?4\EmH-5-ha,m congrega.
HON. 843 Meridian Ave. 22.A
c^b4anvhebrew"congregation
Rabb, Me,r Ma.llah Melamed, ?s.'
EMANU-EL (Ten
ues
ing
iplei. 1701 Washing,
--vat.ve. R
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adl
T1,M0PSLwB^ A^-.C--v.'v..
rjS33S3S
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi irvina
* ... 'rving jiu vv. &2nri Avenue Hnllvuvnnff
3ler. 24 | R-bbi Salomon R-n.rroch.
......'-iii.inn- 1 ii't, ai
J 'ffered, and the sin forgiven.
CONG AN-NELL (Branch
25 Robert Frazlr.
MIBAMA*
Acaden,;,."",,1- 'st Tnd0,MH'br'W ____
Ay. .Orthodox. R.bbi Abrah^.r 'SrRA?L SW 35th 9t.
-"vrom Drazin.
cantor Abraham Koster. aa


March 16. 1973
*Jenistnrridirtr
Pag 11-A
idians Among 105 Students
Israel For Torah Judaic Classes
6ra Hebrow Academy and the
l< Mcr'.vit/.T TMMvta "Hitih
iol are among 115 hixh school
ooIIcki students who have
eight month! of study in
under the auspices, of the
lh E!ducatlotl Department of
American Section of the World
st Organization.
prt* Morgenstern, director of
the >;' ial ill iic Studies pro-
gram, sai )'. .' !ii Mal'i 11 Oalinskv.
der-ut;. (It.".i,. acc.imuanied the
{(ton;) 'il i"' > nen and 37 men
to I-rai! la-l .1. iilh.
Participant* were selected from
the graduating classes of the He-
brew Acad 'my and Mesivta here
and from other schools in New
York. Elizabeth. N.J.. Chicago, St.
Louis and Boston.

There aiv ""> teen-agers from
15 Yeshiva and Hebrew high
liools throughout the country
20 student, ii. .il the Teach-
institute ol Ycshiva Unlver-
in Ni>. York
I ty youn women will particl
:< In the Teacher Training and
laic Stud> programs of Jeru
rai's f; ild i 'ollege for Women,
enty-fivo \ iung men will en-
t in studie* in 'hiding T i
e. .Tewi-'i Philosophy. Historj
Geograph) ol Israel, and He-
ir language and literature at
rusnlem Torah College. Mr. Mor.
pnstern said.
An additional 30 students, 18
and ':'_' men. will join in
vork-studj program at Kibbutz
cm Zurim ol the Bnei Akivn
tilth Mot i its, in Israel'- Sha-
ll region
Soviet Denounces
AJCongress Kit
The Kremlin has denounced as
"anti-Soviet propaganda" a brief-
ing kit for travelers to the
U.S.S.R., subtitled "How to Find
and Meet Russian Jews" pub
lished by the American Jewish
Congress.
The propaganda charge was
contained in an article entitled.
"Boomerang of Zionism." pub-
lished in the Soviet weekly New
Times
The Soviet journal is published
in seven languages, including
English, and i. distributed around
'he world,
Phil Kaum. associate executive
director of the American Jewish
Congress and co-author of the 32
oage manual, said the New Times
article had "totally misrepresented
the purpose and content of our
briefing kit."
In publishing the briefing kit. he
said, 'the American Jewish Con-
gress expressly warned readers
against any conduct that could pos-
sibly be construed as illegal under
Soviet law. or as provocative in
terms of Soviet policy."
USY Seeks* Aides

For Tikvah Class I
Teacher's aides, boys and girls. '
are requested by the ''nit"'1 Svn. j
agogue Youth for their Tikvah
program, ace'drtfrrrg to director
Marshall Baltueh.
Those interested in aiding the
project in assisting Jewish resi-
dents of a state training center |
for the ri tarded are requested to I
contact Mr. Baltueh at the North
Miami Beach office of the United
Synagogue of America.
He said a special Sunday school
class instructs residents, ranging
in age from the teens to the fif-
ties, about Jewish holidays and
prayers. Occasional vi.-its by a
rabbi must be supplemented by
teacher's aides. Mr. Baltueh said.
B'nai B'rith Takes Youth To Task
For Not Voting In'First'Election
'Habits Affect Health'
H. Jay Dinshaw will speak on
"How Your Habits Affect Your
Health" before a meeting of the
American Natural Hygiene Society.
I Greater Miami Chapter. Tuesday
i evening at Washington Federal.
I 1133 Normandy Dr.
WASHINGTON The B'nai
B'rith Youth Commission, po'.icy-
makii'g body for the world's lar-
gest youth organization has sharp-] miawion
!.. uitlcized non-voting American'
youth for "not practicing what
thej preach."
"We are shocked at the revela- ,
tion that only 40 per cent of the
< ligible voters in the ages IS to
20 voted in the November elec-
tions.'' resolved the commission
at it- annual meeting held here.
"For years, the youth of this
nation have demanded and the
nation has approved the right
,>!" young people to part'clpate in
tin d n ocratic pro e -. Now it
apiiears thai American youths are
guilty of what the\ have found
wrong ith the 'establishment' -
not practicing what they preach."
The commission directed the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
to emphasize votet education pro-
grams both tor Its members an I
the general youth community and
i"ed for an intensified effort to
register all eligible youths for the
next c lection.
In another resolution, the corn-
noted that this is the
"Oth anniversary of the Jewish
uprising in the Warsaw ghetto,
when Jews resisted Nazi attempts
to deport thim to death camps
The commission said that the
holocai it, when Nazi Germany
tried to exterminate Judaism, is
one ol the central events in his-
tory. It called upon all school >--
lerr.s to "recall for the world tho
honor.-, ol the holocaust, to dispel
the myth that Jews submitted to
ih, daughter without hero! strug-
les, and to remind mankind that
we are not in nune to a repetition
.i! tins m >i tragic episode In mod-
i i n h story. '
Night Party
Saturday
Single Parents of Miami Beach
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at th" Coiun.jus Hold. Singles
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*Jenisti Ret Mian
Friday. March 16, 1973
Israel's first planned, luxury beachfront residential commu-
nity is rising near Netanya. Development work and model
homes are being completed for the seaside home commu-
nity designed principally for overseas families who will set
up their permanent or vacation residences in Israel. Archi-
-ect's rendering illustrates 450-home "Ramat Poleg," being
ouilt for S20 million by ISRALOM.
it -to
fr
fr *
Overseas Families Buying
Many Homes In Israel
Maurice Gasman
Gives Haggadah
To U. Of Miami
Maurice Gusman. Miami finan-
l cier and philanthropist, save the
University" o^ Miami a'fine.- fac-
simile reproduction of a 15th
century manuscript, the Darmstadt
Pessach Hagnariah, for the U-M
library last week.
The Haggadah will be on dis-
play on the second floor of the
I'njvorsity's Otto G. Riehter Li-
brary through Friday.
The reproductioin is a two-
volume set printed in Germany in
1971. where it received an award
for being the best example of
bookmaking that year. One volume
is a facsimile reproduction of the
15th century manuscript, and the
other is a commentary volume of
four essays explaining the histor-
ical significance of the original
manuscript and illustrations.
Illustrations in the reproduction
are printed in eight colors and em-
bossed with 24 karat gold leaf.
Mr. Gusman purchased the deluxe
The 25th anniversary of Israel
is being marked by a dramatically
increased pace of acquisition of
homes there by families living in
the United Slates and Canada.
According to Eli Wagner, man-
ager of the U.S. and Canada
Branch of ISRALOM. an interna-
tional agency established to serve
foreign buyers in the Israel build-
ing market, more than 2,000 new
apartments in all parts of the
country will be sold to overseas
buyers during 1973.
i)uring 1972. its first full year
oi operation. ISRALOM. Israel
Homes & Real Estate Corp. Ltd..
helped more than 600 families
from the United States and Can-
ada acquire residences in Israel
built especially for foreign buyers. ,
These purchases are said to |
have totaled more than $15
million. In all. approximately
1.500 apartments were sold
throughout Israel last year.
This relatively new trend to
acquire a future home in Israel,
1. r Wagner noted, is directed to
two principal types of buyers In
North America and i'anada. One
group consists of middle income
families, including professionals
and retired couples, who are plan-
ning to settle in Israel in the near
future.
Tiey acquire medium-priced
apartments in good residential
neighborhoods, mainly in the T:>!
AvivRamat Gan area, at an aver-
age price of $30,000 for two-bed- I
room units designed with many
"American style accoutrements.
The other facet of real estate
purchases in Israel, it is said,
centers around more luxury and
resort type buildings. Many buy-
ers in this category- are people
j who still maintain a residence in
'the United States or Canada and
' use their Israeli home for vaca-
tions, for children attending uni-
versities or working in Israel, and
to prepare for their retirement in
the more distant future, as well
i as a promising investment in the
booming appreciation of real
estate values in Israel.
One of the largest new com-
munities being developed through
ISRALOM is a new S20 million.
450 unit beach community called |
"Ramat Poleg." 15 miles from Tel j
Aviv. South of Natanya. it caters j
to both types of families acquiring
homes in Israel.
edition, limited to 50 copies with
the library receiving volume XX, I
through Stanley Marcus of Nie-
man Marcus In addition. 550
numbered sets in a regular edition
also were published.
I'nrim Carnival Flans
Members of Temple Adath Ye-
shurun Senior Young Judea and
pie-confirmation class are planning
a Purim carnival Sunday at the
temple grounds. 1025 NE Miami
Gardens Dr. Proceeds from the
carnival will go towards BILU
scholarships.
Sunday Purim Setidah
Yeshiva Day School has sched-
uled a Purim Seudah for Sunday
Starting at 4:30 p.m. Dinner will
be followed by a contest for best
costume. Rabbi Stanley Weiss is
school principal.
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+Jewisti Fir rMinn
Page 13-A
: ?
Max Lerner
Sees ft
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JEW YORK, N.Y. Men get killed in these violent times.
|we have learned to take their deaths in our stride.
_3ut there is something especially barbaric about the mur-
jfer oi ;;.i:!ia--ador- They i,,i:: the final thread of civility, for-
inaJity, na.-on in an n rational and chaotic world. Historically
they ushered in the law of nations, and if thoy are butchered
their v<<\:,,- will usher it out They carry their immunity, as they
carry th< n teiritory. with them. It is the gleaming thread that
keeps o'li- political world even tenuously sane.
Thi way ir.cn face the prospect of death tells much about
them arid their cu tine In the shambles of Khartoum, the Rus-
sian, Jugoslavian and Hungarian ambassadors hid: Perhaps they
had ferii'-l a!! too well that the political life is a jungle whose
motto i- kto kvo who whom and in which high visibility
is th final blunder.
The American ambassador, permitted one phone call before
his death asked an associate about how world response was
going what wa- "the -late o| play outside." ]',< knew that any
intervention would come too late; he was a thorough stoic pro-
lessioi to the ( nd.
Another man who caught my imagination in the scene of
csaiia ,i- the .la; an- -e ambassador. He sat with folded arms,
M"1 nr" .....lohile amid thi '.dam. refusing to vi-e when
Bred to They could shoot him, but they could not break the
immunity of his office which he guarded with an age-old
B^Pditimal dignity equal to their pa (don He was searched and
%V
ALONG WITH EVERYTHING F.LSF.. what I resent about
Blaek Septembrists is that they have dulled even our strong-
. words 'murderous." "ruthless." "barbaric," "unthinkable"
by forcing US to overuse them. The erosion of language and
b< di sensitizing of emotion are the added to!' we have to pay for
ne brutalizing of life itself.
The fact of Black September terrorism is there: It cannot
wished away. With each episode wor'd opinion shrinks from
Is horror, but also tries to digest its meaning. This tt-me it
Jf-emed to make even less sense than usual because it actually
it-ped Israel. Just when the Libyan plane incident had turned
urld opinion away from the Israeli-, the terrorists at Khartoum
l/juk tli -m off the hook.
Yet the net had n crazy logic Of its own. It was not part of
I Irab-Israell crisis but of the internal Arab crisis. Exactly
Miere was talk of the Arabs and. Israelis negotiating, with
ncouragement, the terrorists tried to spread Arab dissen-
sion and American outrage.
-"r it it
THE DISEASE IS KNOWN: It is fanaticism. Intense zeal is
line source of political martyrs and murderers alike, of na-
tionalist patriots and terrorists. Bui fanaticism is zeal without
jbonds or controls. The antibody for the disease is humanism
[When a sense of humanity o..... t zeal is kept in check, as in
,s.. oi many nationalism* and II Ls convert .1 into crea-
|1 ene Thus controlled, it can lead to great and nourishing
Uncontrolled, it is pure and desperate form of "anything
- it leads to death not only individual lives but of the
j fabric of law and the linkage of human being to human being.
Fanatic zeal is no! new in Arab history, as witness the term
-assassins." taken from the hashish-soaked cutthroal bands
(Tiashishin-l of the Isma'ili leader of the 12th century Hasan-i
I ah. which made forays to assassinate neighboring Mos em
notables.
In the Sudan itself there has been a Ion-enduring war
between the Moslems of the north and the blacks of the south.
mostlv Christians or pagans. To Premier Gaafar Al-Numari s
.,.: he ended this war and was celebrating the flr=1 annver-
sarv of that event when the terrorists Struck. Part y they aimed
their blow at his regime, i eking to humiliate him and show Ms
helplessness, because the premier had moved closer to the mo*
erat< Arab regimes and the West,
6 -it it
AS IT TFKNF.D OFT. the Black Septembrists committed a
Series of blunders. They blundered in first making "*;
and* then reducing them. They blundered in killing the three
Western hostages, presumably to show they meant business, but
leaving themselves a narrowed bargaining position, with only
th, two Arab diplomats as counters whom they dared no. use
as such. They wound up by finding that Al-Numari meant bus-
ness, too.
Thev blundered worst of all in failing to understand the
hardeninx world attitudes toward their hostage blackmail. Most
nations now follow Israel's example in refusing to bow to black-
mail, since they are bound to lead to eclated demands In the
future. The I'nited States, Jordat, and the Sudan itself are the
latest recruits to this policy.
The cost for the United States was high the hideous bru-
talizing tragic death of two pood men. But they met death with
dignity, and their tragedy may lead in time to world sanction
against the kind of terrorism that killed them. They deserve the
heroes' return and burial in Arlington which a nation m mourn-
ing has given them.
For Bill
Continued from Page 1-A
U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
George P. Shultz, head of the
administration's economic af-
fairs is visiting for three days
this week.
The third element is Con-
gress. There the leaders for leg-
islation linking free emigration
with the East-West Trade Act
are insisting that the Soviet gov-
ernment live up to the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.
"Talk of compromise is only
designed to promote compro-
mise," the JTA was told by an
aide to Sen. Henry M. Jackson.
U Wash., chief sponsor of the
Senate legislation. Sen. Jackson,
he said, is "reaffirming his de-
termination to stand on princi-
ple it's an American issue not
a Jewish issue."
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Beth David chapter of United
Synagogue Youth (USY) will hold
its fourth annual Purim carnival
on Sunday, at Beth David South,
7500 SW 120 St.. from 11 to. 4 p.m.
There will be booths, games,
and Kosher carnival refreshments.
Marc Weinberger. Purim car
nival chairman, is coordinating the
combined efforts of Beth David's
youth. USY and Kadima.
Purim Concert
At Menorah
Temple Menorah will sponsor a
gala Purim concert on Monday,
it 8 p.m. honoring Israel's 25th
anniversary. Featured as the
"Jerusalem Sings" concert. Israeli
balladeers, guitarists, and singers
' will be presented.
Cantor Nico Feldman. formerly
first tenor of the Israel Opera
Company, will offer a medley of
Israeli classical and Yiddish songs
Proceeds from the concert will
go to the Temple Menorah Re
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+ MeUli Hcrldttan
Friday. March 16, 1973
DATflINf ISRAEL
By CAM AtPIRT
A New Link In A Long Historic Chain



J^K-H IP l\ THE hills of Galileo is the town <>f
Pekiin. It- p..;. datum o:' over 2,000 Is co rrposed
i two thirds Druse, mm BOO Christian Arabs and
about 50 Moslems and until
lasl month only one J tt Ish
When the Second Temple was
destroyed the surviving Jews were
- uttered, Si me went to I
e to Asia. "My famll; came to
Peki'n." Vosef Zinati ti Id me
y. "Our descendants have
lv< ti here ever since almost
uninterrupted Jewish settlement
'on this !,COO years ol history."
Bui ih< n re only a few Zinatis left h a nily
72-yi it -> I Y>.-cl is the last of the it
.vould Pekiin. for the first time In
its histoi: ft w ithoul Jews?
lasl month by a
i) : 1 yo in i >hiva stud nts. With all tl
i ling to set-
i they tro I up to P
I

noui cod that thej- were the nucleus- of renewed
I ish settli rieni. They plan to establish a yeshrvai
al the niv.iciit synagogue w-hVh: ha-- been cared (or
the Zinati family for generations.
l visited the boys and found a must unusual
nip For one thine;, all of them are :ram the
United States. Until within tl*- pasl year none of
them had been religious. Many had been hippies. I
found them engaged in prayer, in To rah study,
rue; ly devoted to the traditional way of Jewith
ifi H lor themselvcc a "branch" of the
Diaspora Yeshiva located on Mt. Zion, Jerusalem.
Their goal is to make the Pekiin yeshiva self-
ng, They iu>|)c to find employment in the
hood as farm rs or teachers or whatever
i thej can do, Bui in the meant'me they are :i>. -
.n. on hop ai I promis. and faith.
E lack o if 1 '' ili lh ing acco nmodttion all
them live in the one-room synagogue. 1 looked
ind. In nake out bl ink t -
esses i i icrs, prayer boolcs
- i.i Ta m l ki 'h n pots and pans, Yahr;
candles, hoes and shovels, towels, suitcases and
knsUMRCks, carpentrj and mason's tools, bigEkssss-
sene < love < ton*sfMoh a p** wbs simm.-rms <*vn
while the boys wen praying the Miruha services,
I lowers in tin cans, boxes of detergent and a
uitar,
Thej have been promised help. The Ministry
of Religious Affairs has encouraged them. Mrs.
Ra -he! Ben-7vi, widow of the late President, has
- i their venture. The Departmenl <'' Public
Works has promised them water and proper
tricity. Someone is supposed to be trying to renl
a coup.c "i apartments near the synago
in which they can live properly,
N se Zinati earns with joy al this assurance
;: t the hain cf historj in P k in i not be
;> oken. :li- dan [hter, Margalit, is the real dynamo
ichi n all It i- she who nags Isrn i ol
ki an eye on the neighbors mothers
. tourists Vnd 1 dis-
I il i .i he ho ha I i e I th :
V 'i J.....mi -n Ihi plan
r
.
Seymour B I it-hurt ti
Book Review
Literature And Prayer
IT is SIMPLE to become rhapsodic about three new
oi ks. The firsl two are volumes one and two of A
History of Jew ish Literature hy Israel Zinberg, edited and
translated from Yiddish by a renowned
professor oi Jewish studies, Bernard
Martin (Press of Case Western Reserve
University, 512.50 each volume>. a word
about Zinberg may he in order for many
readi rs.
I.-rae! Zinberg was born In 1873 in
Russia, receivi .1 his doctorate as ;-.
eh ni,a! engineer at Basel at the ,._-,
of 25, and then became direct >r of a
large chemical factory in St. Petersburg. He h. Id this
post for -10 years ami was arrested by Stalin in 1937 be-
cause he corresponded with scholars abroad. He was sen-
tence il to confinement In a concentration camp in Siberia.
While on the infamous prisoners' train, he became ill
a:,d died in the camp hospital in December 1938,
Ha was a ill writer foi Jewish publications. At
the age of 42 he had l> gun to compile the 9 volumes
nhicii were his magnum i pus. He had worked upon them
for over 20 years. The first of these is "The Arabic-Span-
Period" which covers snchl giants as Ibn Shaprut, Ibn
i ol, Moses and Abraham Ibn Ezra, Halevf, Mai-
I najoi and minor figun rom
to thi 14th centi
ond volume, 'French and Gi i lewry in
thi Vliddli Ag and the Jew -h Community of Medieval
Italy" will be followed by 10 further volumes, all of
which cover more than a history of literature. Works on
theology, philosophy, and ethi i rid book'
ol eligious customs; history, legends, chronicles, and
- arc onlj irl ol the material discus* d. Zin-
- work is a history of Jewish thought and culti
Prof. Martin-, transition and editing an consum-
He i vi lei the bri idth of his km His
n lati i) ;i I 1 Iditional lustre to the volumes. Zin-
b history i- 'probably the foremosl scholarly work
evi product I in Yiddish." Intei pet ed with Uv autho '
itioi an i ef illustrative exrx?rpts from the
works dis ussed and they contribute immeasurably to
the richness ol the volumes.
w> must praise the publisher for the handsome bind-
ings which will also please inter! >r decorators. We have
made no comparison between Zshberg's books and Meyer
Waxman's six-volume "History of Jewish Ut-mture>."
Nether -upercede- the other. Zinberg may be flawed in
a few pCaCH but no man essaying a task of such magni-
tude l an avoid Some errors. Furthermore, history has
made seme discoveries in the last few decades and these
were not available to him.
Hssddle Prayer by the distinguished English rabbi.
I-otiis Jacobs iSchocken Books $101 is a book lor Hasid-
ism and Mlthnagdlm. It presents a systematic study of the
methods of prayer by sme of the Hasidic sects. The
chapters range from a brief history of Hasidi-m to prepa-
rations for prayer, gestures, melody, ecstatic and con-
templative prayers to the prayers of the ZaUdik and Has-
kttc pravar in the Basponsa. Rabbi Dr. Jacobs' Ixiok
should receive wide reading and study. It will be a source
of enlightenment for the beginner as well as the initial.-!
The Lurianic influence in the Hasidic prayers and the
role of the Kabbalah is clearly explained by the author
.New insights into the use of many of the prayers in
the usual Ashkanazi -iddur are obtained, it would aid
some of our aliens* l youth to understand what the Pole
Ot the p.ayer- in Jewish life is.
Overseas Newsletter By Robert Sinter
Kahane's New Role
Till- PAST KM.I., he tried without success to
secui for Jews the right to praj at any time
it Hebron's sacred Machpela Cave where the Jewish
Patriarchs are believed to be buried A few months
ago, he tried with a groun of his followers to affix
a Mezuza on the Damascus Gate one of the mam
entrances to Jerusalem's old City. The Israel Su-
preme Court agreed with the police, who argued
thai an act of this kind was a breach of the public
ord r. Now. Kahiii Meir Kahane and the Jewish
Defense League (JDLJ that he leads are encourag-
ing Israeli Arabs to leave Israel by offering them
financial inducements. Thus rar, the government
has not stepped in.
A tivities like these have helped Kahane and
his followers to r ta n their controversial reputa-
tion, even alter the JOL leader moved to Israel
and became an Israeli citi/en. Just as he managed to
retain the controversy that attended the JDL, he
has also kept violence as part of the living symbols
ol hi- movement. Right now. he faces a possible
indictment in Israel for alleged!) smuggling arms
overseas to be used against Arab terrorists op.
itii itsi! il- Middle East, as well as for i n-
coura ting the Arabs to leave.
To talk with Kahane these days, one would
that there were two JDL's, one that gets into
the headlines ilmosl daily, and another perforn
amatic work is his organization's most im-
ilic's notice. '
In the pa-t few weeks, Kahane claims to have
in a campaign in the Israeli schools, hoping to
ir curriculum and jhelr thinking toward a
' l>pn iatlon or things Jewish. "Our main
"-'' in Israel," Kahane told a small group of
nigrants from the United States one eve-
' we k, "Is spiritual defense, not physical
' ense." This side of the JDL's activities has not
i reported In the Israeli press,
i rt-wing sympathy for the Arabs has been
so fashionable in Israeli schools, says the JDL
leader, that Israeli schoolchildren have started to
belie c in the extraordinary idea that Israeli na-
tionalism may well he outmoded and Impractical.
These same schoolchildren have turned againsl
thee- Jewish heritage, especially as it is manifested
in the diaspora, leaving them rootless and with-
out the proper attitude to combat anti-Jewish
feelings.
The fault with the schools, according to Ka-
lian.-, i- the intrusion of politics into the educa-
tional process. And. because the government is only
marginally interested in religion, the schools are
targets of a certain amount of anti-rolhiious gov-
ernmental propaganda. Kahane speaks often these
days a group of Yemenite schoolchildren who
upon entering the Israeli school system soon after
wiving in their new country, found that they were
expected to adopt a non-religious way of life down
to shaving off their side-eurls. and including giving
up the obsei-vance of the Sabbath.
Whi'e he is focusing the JDL's energies on
Is< II schools these days, the image of an organi-
zation that condones and Practice, violence i, never
far from tl,. .JDL and its leader. Rabbi Meir Ka-
bane. Anybody, like the head of the Nazi Party
m America, who s.avs that Jew, should be put i
-.-as .-Lamb, rs. deserves ... he killed." Kahane savs
without blinking an eye. A little later, he ad h the
commeni acainsl violence that a three*o-.r
! 7" Produced: u ,hr,e is o need for vio-
" then even a liuie bit ol violence is not moral."
1 "it I ID
Be*ween You and Ma
By BORIS SM0LAR
'Exclusive1 Clubs
AM) Bl SIXES8 fl.rr.s plaj a very hnport-
in this countiy. li you are a member of a
' a broker's c'ub, an industrial club, orsimi-
'ar oth r lubs, your status i- assured.
So i- your career.
By being accept. .1 into membership
any ol these clubs, you _-et your
chance to rub shoulders \itii men influ-
ential i:-. commerce and industry. You
ar. makin nds with "proper" peo
i You pie's up 'inside inl irmation" on
what i- being planm .1 in the world ..;
'.mar..-. You develop Important con-
tacts for your firm, Business transactions are often dis-
-- I and effei ted in such clubs during lunch or at a
"drink.''
The importance i : being a member in a "respectable"
club .- emphasized by bankers and Industrial leaden to
their executive staff In many cases, belonging to a
"good" Cub plays an important part in being promoted
lo a higher position. A membership card in a social!}
known business club is considered thi besl introduction
for e iple so< king to move up the career lad 1 r
Many comi>anies consider it customary to provide
then executives with the membership dues which the
elul charge Corj -rations do it as a normal business ex-
ens. They ..n-ider it a good business investment to
pnable their top-echelon staff members to invite pros-
pective customers to elegant clubs, t.. socialize with them
there and to make contact* which lead to the expansion
of business. F< a Jewish executives, however, have the
opportunity to l> nefil from this policy a v .pted by many
hanks and corporation. The reason i- simple: A
many of these clubs are "judenrcin" they do not w
to admit Jews a- mi m iers, no matter how- hi h i position
.. Jewish executive holds.
The American .leu ish Committee always fC
discrimination -has now begun to pay particular atten-
tion to the business clubs which refuse to admit Jew.
inl membership.
,'-",:"1- "'''" ni out h> ti,.- AJCon it to major
banks in the country and to 1.200 large coi .rations, urg-
Wthcm t. ceas. paying due- for their executives in
;-^' oi so ial clubs that follow discriminatory mem-
bership practices, and to refrain fro
of meetings there. The letters pointed oul thai mem
ship in such clubs -is an important consid. ration in the
rom lion of corporate executives" and thai a denial ol
uch membership "has often impeded the ability of cor.
porate executives t.> move upward."
The AJCommittee pointed out to the corporations
that any firm which is an Equal Employment Opportun-
ity Employer-working on government contracts is
contravening the policy of equal opportunity if it pro-
vides company-paid membership for its executives in dls-
criminatory clubs.
t*JlT* f,,h "hard"cor('" business clubs, which keep
their door, closed to Jews, seek to justify their action l,v
arguing that a social club is not a public Institution, and
as. therefore, a right to practice a "selective system" in
oecidin?: whom to admit.
The resistance which some of the disciiminating
c ubs are putting up under various pretexts indicate! that
the AJCommittee fight againsl them is only at its be-
ginning. Of the 1.200 corporations whom the AJCom-
te.. a.Mres.e.1 it ,,f with a plea to -,,.;, paying dues
only abo, 300 have W far made their altitude e'ear. A
Substantial number of requests are bein- received by the
-'-"in,-.- nom banks and other cornoratlon* aixwt
" mbershlp pulcies of clubs In then- i ,i ties The com-
ftirnishina them data from its "Oub IirformaUon
which al this point ibts some 2JXO clubs


March 16, 1973
^JenistfJcr/cfXar
Page 15-A
New Megillah Brings
Lrim Story Up To Date
ly DAVID SCHWARTZ
1*2 JfO-lxJi Titteicrauhic .VfUi:yi
Esther is anxious to keep the
prices down, so she enters the con-
a holiday offering ',cst- She wins thc first P^- she
-.sons to help us upwards is the ncw Que*n.
wards in life. About the same time, the King
.. i appoints a new prime minister
J\ k. I*Wl- MSa,hng' i named Haman- According to the
k ^ 8,u n HR Midrash- "* a *** "> trade,
hu better than Punm. On ()nc d Mordecai passcs him and
you have to make a sacn- does not ,ip hjs h_ A barber does
r vwlike o? nSvou In 2* likcJit- *'hen he, ls "0t lipped- I *rad and stevcn Greenwald, 11th
i i L Vy. I Haman decides to destroy the en-! ra(,e
?d to drink enough to be ; ,ire Jewish ,e_ =>e
Hebrew Academy,
Mesivta Students
Sweep 5 Awards !
Four students of the Greater Mi-.
ami Hebrew Academy and the
Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High'
School received awards and cita-
tions this week from the Dade
County Science and Youth Fair.
Honored were Sheldon Stauber
and David Siegel of thc ninth;
grade, Jan Cantor of the seventh ',
He o distinguish between the
.Yordecai and the wicked
B
Sheldon received a blue ribbon
for a special award in mathematics
and also garnered an excellent ra-
peopl
Here we see the real evil of
prejudice. It blurs the vision so
. that the whole group is blamed for
It means quite a bit of drink-! one. Among his own. the man with { ting for his project on computers,
p.r.king that quantity, you, prejudice is able to distinguish ., ,
fcr.o. cannot drive a car. between thc individual and the Davi(l ,':":no'1 an honorable men
e l- no telling what vou would group ,lon ln sc,encc competition and
Mter so much drinking. You _____=. _. ., | Jan was presented with a $50 cash
Blight mistake kiss someone
5lse's ;:e or. by mistake, your
Own
Th# spying goes that on Purim barber
everyor is drunk except the were.
druArl. The habitual drinker i
spurns bottle mi that day. He
finds i distinction in drinking I
when jv none else is doing it.
Here a possible clue for the :
solution f the problem of alco
holism. Alcoholics Anonymous
ought t. niik into it. If they could
persuad' their meniliers that it is
always
would end
Some make li^lit of Punm on
specious loiiinlv I'liev sa>. what
is Ui joy of Purim compared to
that tf fasting a whole day on
Yomfcippur, and what joy can
be gf%ter than when Ynm Kippur
endsffco you have a double |oy,
But ? Purim. you must have
So Haman is going along suc-
cessfully with a plan for destroy-
ing the Jews, but Esther inter-
venes and saves the Jews from the
by a close shave, as it
So a woman is the heroine of
this great holiday perhaps the
I greatest of all the holidays. Was
I Esther a Lib? This is the question.
Thc answer, it seems to us, is
i in thc negative. In the first place.
among Jews, women like in Israel.
' can be anything they want.
I soldiers. Prime Ministers. But
Purim. their problems u,re is anotllt.r reason whv Eathe,
was not a lib.
If she had been one, she would
have taken the mattter up with ;
the Persian Congress and prob-
ably the Jews would have been
lost. But what she did was to in-
vite the King and Haman to din-
ner. That was a stroke of genius
The vote is powerful but mightiest
some Hamentashen, which spoils L all is thc diIiner.
your ai elite altogether. .
., r, .. And by the way, do you know,
Newi uies,. im, of the great- t|)at Washington's three-cornered
estrftne Jewish sages has said ; hffl, js mo(lek.(i aflc|. th(, three- ghetti, and Linda Cristal of 'The
prize for his science entry.
Steven took home a superior
ranking for his project on the ge-
netic life of fish.
Rabb Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of both the Hebrew Acad-
emy and the Mesivta. said the
showing "again demonstrated the
balance of our programs between
Hebrew and Jewish studies on the
one hand and general studies on
the other."
Channel 6 Will Broadcast
Cerebral Palsy Telethon
A shower of stars brings the
1973 Miami Celebrity Telethon for
Cerebral Palsy to Miami Beach
Auditorium this weekend. Aired
live and in color over WCIX-TV
(Channel 6) from 11 p.m. Satur-
day through 7 p.m. Sunday, the
spectacular will be hosted by
Dennis James.
Comedian Paul Lynde. Alber
that wh' :i the Messiah dime- and
all Othir holidavs disappear \"'"""/"j""' ,
... n n have heard some say
Purim "ill remain Punm really
should h,' a world holiday not :
alone for Jews It celebrates tri-
umph over a universal problem j
prejudice
Prejudice is the common cold !
of humanity. Sometimes it just
causes fever and sneezing. But it
may develop into fatal pneumonia
Jews have been the special victims
of the suffering it entails.
Look beneath any great social
disaster, for instance. America's j
own Civil War and at the bot- I
torn there is this virus of preju- ;
dice. There are different kinds, i
religious, racial, economic, gee
graphic, hut they are just different
forms of the same virus.
the world than to set apart a day
to eat Hamentashen to memorial- |
ize victory over this terrible
enemy of society
The Megillah tens us every-
thing ve need In know about
prejudice. Let us briefly consider
the stoi
It is tne land nt Persia It has a
king n;i ned Aha-uenis. This is a
pretty for anyone in
politic- ower had a long
name Inn hi not >. hei-ause people
called ".'in Ike (inly rarel> docs
a fellov 'villi a name like Ituther
. ford 1' -hard Ha.w- net elected
Preald ; aid he. il will be re
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But then comes a sudden
change. The King having accepted
the resignation of his wife, is
looking for another Queen. He |
advertises a beauty contest, the
winner of the first prize to become
the ncw Queen.
ilord.cai sees the announce-
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and urges his young cousin and
adopted daughter. Esther, to enter
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Uewish Floradbian
Miami, Florida Friday, March 16, 1973
Section B
Hebrew U. Fete Wednesday
Salutes Hubert Humphrey
/
American Jewry and the State of
Israel will join Wednesday night
in honoring Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
SEN. HUBERT II. HUMPHREY
phrey. 1968 presidential nominee
of the Democratic party and Vice
President of the United States for
four years.
A National Tribute Dinner at
the Eden Roc Hotel at 6 p.m. will
confer the Scopus Award of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University upon Sen. Humphrey.
The S250-a-platc banquet Wednes-
day night will Bid the scholarship
f.ind established at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem for cul-
States, according to Julian B.
taged students, according to Louis
H>n II general dinner chair-
man.
Mr. Wolfson. senior vice presi-
dent of Wometco Enterprises, said
a few reservations for the banquet
still are available at the American
Friends office
Comedian Jerry Lewis, currently
appearing at the Deauville Hotel,
will make a special appearance to
help salute Sen. Humphrey, reelec-
ted in 1970 as U.S. Senator from
Minnesota and a former Minneap-
olis mayor.
Israel Economic Minister Ze'ev
Sher will be the principal speaker
in addition to Sen. Humphrey. Min-
ister Sher is former deputy at-
torney general and past assistant
attorney general of the State of
Israel.
Sharing the spotlight with Sen.
Humphrey will be four Torch of
Learning Laureates. Selected to
receive the special citations from
the American Friends of the He-
brew University are Richard Levy
and Lewis E. Zorn of Miami Beach.
Max M. Kampelman of Washing-
ton. DC, and Nathan (Nate) Shaf-
ran of Cleveland.
Each will be honored for advanc-
ing the cause of Jewish education
both in Israel and the United
lurally and economically disadvan-
B. Venezky of Peoria, 111. Mr. Ve-
ne/ky. national chairman of the
board of the American Friends, is
national coordinator for the din-
ner.
Since his election to the Senate
in 1948. Ken. Humphrey has been
considered one of the foremost
champions of Israel in the U.S.
Congress. He has helped Israel se-
cure hundreds of millions of dollars
in grants and loans for develop-
ment and security purposes.
Sen Humphrey will receive the
1973 Scopus Award, highest honor
which the American Friends can
bestow in behalf of Israel's first
and largest university.
The campus on Mt. Scopus, cut
off during the 1948-49 War of In-
dependence and reopened after the
1967 Six-Day War, is the site of
expansion by Hebrew University to
meet the needs of the growing stu-
dent population. More than 18,000
students are enrolled for the 1973-
74 academic year.
Dr. Leon Kronish. honorary fel-
low of the Hebrew University, and
Dr. Irving Lehrman. national pres-
ident of the Synagogue Council of
America, will take part in the trib-
ute to Sen. Humphrey and to Mr.
Zorn, Mr. Levy, Mr. Kampelman
and Mr. Shafran.
The insurance division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign recently held its kick-off lunch-
eon at the Standard Club. Shown (from left) Gerald Falick.
insurance division cochairman; Al Ossip, cochairman;
Harry B. Smith, GMJF vice president, who addressed the
luncheon; Sam J. Rabin, cochairman, and Mel Kartzmer.
cochairman.
Leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Cuban-
Hebrew Division are working on plans for a dinner-dance
to be held March 31 at the Fontainebleau Hotel on behalf of
Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left) Ab-
raham Huppert, division's vice chairman for initial gifts;
Dr. Bernardo Benes, vice chairman for the dinner and a
member of the 1973 CJA-IEF steering committee; Saul Ginz-
burg, general chairman of the Cuban-Hebrew Division, and
Alberto Behar, division secretary.
B U R D
Congressman Dante Fascell and Israeli Prime Minister
Golda Meir met during Mrs. Meir's recent visit to Washing-
ten. Rep. Fascell, a ranking member of the Foreign Affairs
Commiltee of the House from Florida, is well-known as a
friend of Israel. The Democrat has participated in major de-
cisions involving legislation to provide economic aid to that
country.
I
Milton M. Parson, director of Israel Bonds in South Florida,
presents the State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award
to Mrs. Fanny Houtz at the Morton Towers-Israel Dinner of
State last Saturday, March 10, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Houtz is a psychiatric social worker. Also present were
Mrs. Florence Minov, honorary chairman and Emanuel
Mentz. dinner chairman.
Gaily sprigged slivers. With no backs. And. from
practically all collar. Winging out. ruffly or unfrillc .
from a haltered neck. To emphasize a bodice already
underscored by a midriff-revealing sash. For flutter that'll
get 'em_coming or going. Polyester/cotton. S.m.l.
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Friday. March 13, 1973
Federation Governors Review,
Recommend Community Action
The board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
met Tuesday evening to review
the year's activities and to make
recommendations to the board on
a number of fronts affecting the
Jewish community.
Harry B. Smith. GMJF vice pres-
ident, delivered a "State of the Fed-
eration" report, covering the ex-
pansion of Federation and its agen-
cies in the areas of Jewish youth..
the aged. Jewish education.
The board of governors is com-;
poer of representatives of each I
Federation organizational member.,
the Federation board of directors;
and 25 members elected by the'
General Assembly at the annual
meeting.
Harry A. Levy, chairman of the,
1973 C'JA-IEF campaign, delivered
the campaign report, and urged the
board of governors to continue par-
ticipation in this vital community
effort.
Mrs. Leonard Friedland. Worn-
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JHA Installs
Residents Slate
And Council
Residents of the Jewish Jlonie
for the Aged recently installed \
new officers and members of the
residents' council.
Honorary presidents are Sarah
"ossik and Herman Tatel. who also
served as installation program
hairman. Lillian Cowen was in-
tailed as president: Louis Stein,
vice president: Mildred Lamden.
ecretary. and Augusta Schles-
:nger. treasurer.
Council members include Lillian
1 Ravitch, Bella Dickstein. Fannie
! Sell, I>ora Sonis. Eva Fein, Harry
' 'halfin. Louis Jacobs. Alice Mes-
; ser. Etta Seperasky. May Rosen.
Hurry Weissman. Jeanette Leff.
honorary president. Sam Chester, j
Fannie Horowitz. Celia Pomerantz.
Molly Zeik. Saul Goldberg. Bea-
trice Itzkovitz. Irene Kramer and
Helen Padawer.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff is spir-
itual leader of the home. Jack S.
Popick is president of Douglas
Gardens, and Pearl He Bram is
director of volunteer services and
group work activities.
dry of Miami
Israel Independence Torch
The Israeli Torch of Indepen-
dence was presented to the City of
Miami last week by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs
Fran Levey made the presentation
in conjunction with Miami's proc-
lamation commemorating the 25th
anniversary of Israel.
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The board then reviewed the res-
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the General Assembly of the Coun-
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fare Funds.
These resolutions included rec-
ommendations in the areas of Jew
ish education. "Jewish youth and
faculty," regionalization of Jewish
organizations and service, the
changing role of women in com
munal service. Soviet Jewry. Jews
.n Syria and Iraq, peace in the Mid-
ale East and Israel's 25th anniver-
sary.
Other resolutions in the sphere
if social policy were the crisis in
urban centers: revenue sharing.
Social Security: welfare reform and
public understanding.
The board of governors, acting as ;
a community forum, considers and
expresses community attitudes on
matters concerning Jewish com-
munal life and recommends action
to be considered by the Federation
board of directors.
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Hebrew U. Official Here
To Spark Humphrey Fete
Eliyahu Honig, Director of Ad- of their fellow Jews from western
ministration Wf'the Hebrew Wn
versity of Jerusalem, will speak at
ELIYAHU HONIG
a Friday morning breakfast meet-
ing of the Greater Miami chapter
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
The 8:30 a.m. session at Junior's
restaurant in Miami Beach will
brief the chapter leadership on
plans for Wednesday's National
Tribute Dinner honoring Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, a past
president of the American Friends
for the Southeastern Region and
also a former chapter president,
will preside at Friday's breakfast
gathering. He is president of
Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. Honig also spoke at several
other meetings in the area during
the past several days, describing
details of the scholarship program
for culturally and economically
disadvantaged students at the
Hebrew University.
Youngsters from cultural back-
grounds which in many instances
are several centuries behind those
nations lire-given an'lnteifsive pre
college program which enables
them to compete on a virtually
equal level in the university.
Mr. Honig, who served for some
years as Deputy Director of the
Department of Information and
Public Affairs of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, also serves as an educa-
tion officer in the Israel Defense
Forces.
Born in Melbourne, Australia.
he is a captivating speaker, and
has talked on topics ranging from
Biblical scholarship to problems
of contemporary Israel, before
audiences of Friends of the
Hebrew University around the
world.
Paris American Academy
Director Here March 20
Richard Roy, director of the
Paris American Academy, will dis
cuss the Research Library of
American and French Contempor
ary Music March 20 at 8:30 p.m. at
the Doral Beach Hotel. The ses-
sion is free and open to the public.
Mr. Roy has achieved success in
introducing and promoting talented
artists and their work in Paris. He
has obtained recognition for many
young musicians, some of whom
now are on the faculty of the
Paris American Academy.
The Academy offers full aca-
demic year programs in addition
to summer and other limited
courses.
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There are Passover cakes.
Cookies. Soups. Gefilte fish. Pre-
serves. Juices. Canned fruits.
Condiments. Even baby foods! And
many matzoh products. All with
the well known Manischewitz
sechel. All made under strict rab-
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"Manischewitz Passover tradition."
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food products. And be well set to
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Eliyahu Honig, director of ad-
ministration of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, will be seen Sunday on
two Greater Miami television pro-
grams, together with Dr. Leon
Kronish, honorary fellow of Is-
rael's first and largest university.
Mr. Honig will appear at 8:30
a.m. Sunday on Channel 4's 'The
First Estate." He also will be on
Channel 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Psychologist On
PEP Program
At Beth Torah
Rabbi Norman Mussman. edu-
cational director of Beth Torah
Congregation, has announced that
Dr. Samuel Feldman, psychologist,
would be guest speaker at two
"Parent Education Programs."
On Thursday, Dr. Feldman was
to discuss "Marriage and the
Child," and on March 22, his sub-
ject will be "The Pleasure-Seeking
Child."
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, rabbi of
Beth Torah, will be guest lecturer
on Thursday. March 29, and will
discuss preparations for Passover.
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Emanu-El Sisterhood Salutes
Mrs. Goldberg At Luncheon
Mrs. George Goldberg, past pres-
ident of the Temple Emanu-El Sis-
terhood, will be honored Wednes-
chairman of the luncheon, said
Mrs. Goldberg will be saluted for
her continuing efforts in behalf of
Sisterhood, the synagogue and the
community.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El and national
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, will join .Mrs. Ben-
jamin Beloff. president of Sister
hood, in paying tribute to .Mrs.
Goldberg
A special wine and cheese tast-
ing party will be tendered patrons
of the luncheon at 11 a.m. by Bur-
dine's Department Store. The pre-
luncheon fete in Sirkin Hall will
he personally supervised by Jason
Jason, manager of the Miami
Beach Rurdine's store
A Performance of "Show Stop-
pers" by the Temple Emanu-El
Players will be among the high-
lights of the 3Srd anniversary
luncheon. Mrs. Trixie Levin, dra-
matic director of the synagogue,
produced the play.
Mrs. Robert Frank is chairman
of decorations. Other committee
chairmen working with Mrs. Weiss
include Mrs. Irving Cypen. patron's
committee; Mrs. Lester Mischcon
and Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, host-
ess committee; and Mrs. Murray
Goodman and Mrs. Arthur Pearl-
man, gifts committee.
Mrs Tibor Hollo and Mrs. Sey-
mour Singer are other committee
members assisting Mrs. Beloff.
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Leo Dunn, Boston attorney, was
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Jewish Prisoners Meet
'Special Problems' -Hoffa
Former Teamster president
James MM frhfs neok t<*W an
attentive audience at the YM-
YWHA >.f Greater Miami that
"prison at best is dehumanizing,
but for Jewish Inmates there are
special problems.'
Mr. Hoffa. parolorl on condition
he did not return to leadership in
the Teamsters or any other phase
of the American labor movement. '
was the second speaker of the Y's
American Value Series.
Financier Louis Wolfson of
Miami Beach opened the forum ;
some weeks aeo with a report on
"Is America Doomed As A Free
Society.'*" \
Mr. Hoffa, describing sranh
ically the procedures new pris-
oners eo through when entering
correctional institutions, said.
'You are searched, delivered to
receiving, your cl tthes are tak
from you, you are fumigated.
fingerprint d, mugged and quar-
antined. You realize that the first
man you touch some one you
never m<' mav be a murderer,
rapist, hold-up :ri?n or somebody
who smoki il pot ""
He said "life aid death struggles
may take place >'..,' a, single pack
of cigarettes, | out the spe-
cial need for man} types of re-
form in th entire prison system."
But :< wish ini tates, Mr. Hoffa
said, 'i ithi.......blems. Guards
run up ''.:! down the hallway, say-
ing to ( :, anoth What are we
goinu to do With \i Kike""
Th, onelim reamsters boss
said "if there is a irty Job, the
.lew gets it. 1" there are bad
quarters to slit-.) i:i. the Jew is
selected. If thi is > way to put
him in the 'hole' you can be as-
sured he is put in."
Mr. Hoffa noted that "Catholics
and Protestants have full-time
prison chaplaiiu Rabbis come in
once a week, anj arc paid $50 for
each visit."
The former union leader said
Jewish prisoners o-ten are denied
the privilege of celebrating their
religious holidays, and that guards
take much of the special food sent
by eitlu r< lath or organizations
lo Jewish pp.- rs.
Man; attending Mr. Hoffa's lec-
ture were <' ter Miami high
school students and -hey partici-
pated i-' an i' qucstion-and-
answer lession.
( ountj manager Ray Goode is
the nexl speak the program.
with a talk slati I March 26 which
is open to the general public and
in- WHMKm*ia members < teen-
age clubs, according to Dr. Fred
Witkoff. chairman of the public-
affairs committee.
Myron Berezin. executive direc-
tor of the YM-YWIIA. said the ,
participation of Jewish youngsters '
'is highly encouraging. The Y is j
their institution and we solicit
their further attendance and in-
volvement in this series and other
activities."
The YM YWIIA of Greater
Miami is a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and of the United Fund of Dade
County.
Highrises Fete Residents
At Israel Bend Affairs
Hy and Lillian Rubin will re-
ceive the State of Israel Scroll of
Honor at a "Night in Israel"
Joseph Dresler, Arlen
Israel Bond chairman.
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celebration at Seacoasl Towers
North on Thursday, March 22,
starting at 7:30 p.m.
The program, which will feature
entertainment by Eddie Schaffer,
humorist, is sponsored by the Sea- '
coast Towers North Israel Bond
committee.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin have lived
In Florida for the past 15 years
and are active in many civic and
community organizations. Mr.
Rubin helped organize the Gold
Coast Lodge of B'nai B'rith and j
i has served as vice president and ,
; membership chairman since its
inception. He was chairman of the
CJA campaign at Seacoast Towers
and has been honored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Rubin was a board number
of Pride of Judea in New York
for many years, and is a leader
in the Eddie Cantor Group of
Hadassah in Miami Beach.
Israel Bond chairmen are Harry
Herman and Max Weitz.
The State of Israel Atzmaut
(Independence Award) will be
presented to Morris and Lillian
Martel on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m..
in the Arlen House, according to

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Purim Carnival Sunday
At Lehrman Day School
Noon Sunday is the opening hour
for Temple Emanu-El's 11th an-
nual Purim Carnival and Bazaar at
the Lehrman Day School grounds.
727 77th St Miami Beach.
Mrs. Carol Grecnberg president
of the sponsoring PTA of Temple
Emanu-El Day School, said the one-
day fair will continue its record of
being the largest in the city.
In addition to the traditional
rides, games and prizes celebrating
the ancient victories of Mordecai
and Queen Esther, an expanded
bazaar will have a large variety of
items for sale to the Purim Carni-
val attendees.
Polyester fabrics and other items
such as drapery goods, clothing and
cake will be on hand for those at-
tending the free admission carni-
val, Mrs. Grecnberg said.
Working all this week at the
North Shore Branch of Temple
Emanu-El to complete plans for the
carnival and bazaar were Mrs.
Grecnberg and her committee.
Among the cochairmen are 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.
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will
join the all-day fun fair Sunday
afternoon as the Purim spirit again
captures Miami Beach.
The Martels came to Florida
from Pennsylvania, where they
owned a food chain, and have been
active in many charitable organiza-
tions, particularly Hadassah and
B'nai B'rith.
The "Night In Israel" will fea-
ture entertainment by Eddie
Schaffer. humorist, with songs by
l.ila Savitt.
The following evening, Thurs-
day, at 8 p.m. a "Night In Israel"
at the Harbour House will honor
Ellison R. Kosoff who. since his
retirement from the manufactur-
ing business, has devoted his time
to philanthropies and civic affairs.
Humorist Joey Russell will enter
tain.
Mr. Kosoff. who is also a writer
on Jewish subjects and has pub-
lished numerous articles, is active
in the National Presidents I nib
of B'nai B'rith. Temple Emanu-El
Hebrew Academy. ZOA. Hatikvah
Lodge. Freedom Lodge, and the
Harbour House Men's Club.
Harbour House Israel Bond
chairman is Philip Kopitsky.
A festive Dinner of state to
celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary
will be held by Kneseth Israel
Congregation on Monday. April 9,
at the K.intjint'blcau Hotel.
The annual event, which is un- |
der yie auspices of the Greater i
Miami Israel Bond Organization, i
will feature dancing to the Stu ,
Granger Society Orchestra and
entertainment by Emil Cohen, the
American Jewish humorist and
raconteur.
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Friday. March 18, 1973
Judge Shapiro, Samuel Friedland Elected

Judge Herbert S. Shapiro and
Samuel N. Friedland have been re-
elected president and chairman of
the board of Temple Emanu-El.
*The two civic and religious lead-
ers, were installed by Br.' Irving
Lehrman, rabbi of the Miami Beach
congregation. Sunday night at the
annual election and installation,
dinner-dance held in the Friedland |
Ballroom.
Judge Frederick N. Barad,
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee, reported that Mr. Fried-
land and Judge Shapiro were the
unanimous choice to serve togeth-
er for a third consecutive year.
Judge Shapiro is past president
of the Greater Miami chapter of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University and a member
of the national board of directors
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion.
He has provided key leadership
for Temple Emanu-El as an officer
Royal Hungarian
Aids Successful
Shalom. Shalom
The Royal Hungarian Kosher
Restaurant participated in Jordan
Marsh's recent, highly successful
Shalom. Shalom event saluting the
forthcoming 25th anniversary of
Israel's independence.
Philip Weiss, owner of Royal \
Hungarian. personally demon-
strated the restaurant's kosher
food preparation during the two-
week salute to Israel presented by
the .South Florida department
stores.
Jordan Marsh staff members
who helped make the Shalom,
Shalom observance a success,
dined together with Mr. Weiss at
the Royal Hungarian following the
exhibition.
and director for many years, and
is a past president of the Miami
Beach Bar Association. He was as-
sistant county solicitor of Dade
County from 1949 to 1953, and has
served as prosecuting attorney
and as judge of North Bay Village.
Judge Shapiro is a vice president
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy and is past president of
the National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs, Florida region. He
came to Miami Beach in 1942, and
was an officer overseas in the U.S.
Air Force during World War II.
Mr. Friedland is president of
Mount -Sinai Medical Center and a
national leader for the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America, Is-
rael Bonds, United Jewish Appeal,
Israel Education Fund and Bran-
deis University.
A long-time president of Temple
Emanu-El before becoming chair-
man of the board, he has served as
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and as Florida
ehairman for 'State, of Israel Bonds.
Founding chairman of Food Fair
Stores, he has been active in ev-
en- phase of community life and
is the founder of the Lehrman Day
School of Temple Emanu-El.
Central Agency Purim Party For Ulpan Students
On April 2, the new spring term Following their stay at Camp
for the Ulpan classes will begin at Ocala. during which the owners of
the locations listed above and at a
A Purim party Monday evening
at Temple Beth Sholom will high-
light holiday festivities for the
more than 100 adults studying in
the Ulpan Hebrew Centers through-
out Dade County in classes coordi-
nated by the Central Agency for
Jewish Education.
The party will include presenta-
; lions in Hebrew by members of the
Ulpan classes. Israeli singing and
! dancing, and Purim refreshments.
The Ulpan Hebrew Centers,
which are under the joint sponsor-
ship of the agency, the American
Zionist Federation, and the Israel
Aliyah Center, are part of the na-
tional program organized by the
Department of Education and Cul-
ture of the World Zionist Organi-
zation under the direction of Dr.
Abraham Cannes.
Dr. Shlomo Kodesh is director of
the Department of Hebrew lan-
guage and literature of the Zion-
ist Organization which organized a
series of Ulpan Hebrew Centers in
Dade County.
In the North Dade area, classes,
for intermediate students meet at:
Young Israel synagogue, and ad-
vanced students at Temple Adath
Yeshurun. On Miami Beach, there '
is a class for beginners at Temple
Menorah. intermediates at Temple
number of new sites, including a
special Ulpan Center located at the
Vertex Travel Service where a
room for Hebrew culture has been
set aside by the president of the
agency, Chaim Dromi.
The Ulpan classes will issue a
newsletter entitled "Bit 'on Ha-
Ulpan" (the call of the Ulpan)
Editor will be Shula Ben-David,
assisted by Ziva Bar-Navon and
Dorit Shapiro.
Serving as coordinator of the
program is Rachel Abramowitz.
Study sessions, a program by
Shlomo Carlebach. sinsring. danc-
ing, and a Havdalah service high-
lighted the Judaica High School
Shabbaton-Weekend held for more
than 130 teen-agers this past week
under the direction of the Central
Agency.
Weekend theme was Your
Questions and the Jewish An-
swers." Study sessions were con-
ducted bv the educational staff
the camp, Moshe Waldman and
Coach J. Irvin Montgomery were
present to provide services, the
teenagers spent Sunday afternoon
at Disney World and returned to
Miami at midnight.
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who assures her family and guests
a good night's sieep after a beau-
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with Sanka Coffee. Sanka is the
original caffein free coffee and is
still 97 per cent caffein free. Still
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So you can enjoy cup after cup
that included Rabbi and Mrs. Eu- of delicious Sanka coffee (without
gene I.abovitz. Rabbi and Mrs. Dan
Landsman. Mrs. Shirley Gross.
Shlomo Carlebach and Marty Lis-
towsky.
The weekend was under the di-
Emanu-El in the morning, an ad-
vanced class at Temple Beth Sho- rection of Abraham J. Gittelson.
lorn, and a special class at Beth associate director. Rabbi Shimon
Sholom for parents. In the south- Azulay. hi'4h school coordinator.!
west area, intermediate students j and Herbert Zvi Berger, executive
meet at Temple Zion. director of the agency
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Guest Speaker
The Greater Miami Chapter.
American Jewish Committee, is
holding an open executive board
4linncimc*trn ning at the DuPont Plaza Hotel
The dinner at 6:30 p.m. is op
tional. and the open meeting will
start at 8 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Judith
Herman, a specialist in com-
munity organization. and co-
ordinator of the American Jewish
Committee's National Project on
Ethnic America. This project, sup-
ported by the Ford Foundation, i,
concerned with ethnic conflict,
group identity and the problems
of America's lower middle class
groups.
Prior to joining the staff of
AJC's Department of Intergroup
Relations and Social Action in
1967, Mrs. Herman worked for a
citywide housing organization in
Baltimore, served as research con-
sultant in the VISTA program and
was assistant director of summer
leadership programs for the B'na;
B'rith Youth Organization.
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Judge Rhea Pincus Grossman
and Rep. Gwendolyn Cherry are
sponsors of the Cherry-Grossman
annual awards "for- unsung
heroes of the community, that
is wives of successful candidates
in the 1972 fall elections."
The spouses will be honored
Saturday at the Promenade
Restaurant at Miamarina.
k -to
Charles W. Nordwail, execu-
tive director of Jackson Me-
morial Hospital and County
Manager Ray Goode have an-
nounced a full, two-year accred-
itation for Jackson by the Joint
Commission of Accreditation of
Hospitals. This is the maximum
period any hospital may receive.
ft to to
Gary Robert Schwartz, son of
Miami Beach publicist Gerald
Schwart7 and Mrs. Schwartz,
has made the President's List of
the University of Florida for the
third time, indicating a 4.0
average. Gary, a senior major-
ing in psychology, will do grad-
uate study in clinical psychology.
a to
The Arthritis Foundation,
Dade County Division will have
a representative from the foun-
dation at the 163 Street Shop-
ping Center, Saturday, from 11
to 4 p.m
to
The Judge Rhea Grossman
awards will be presented at a
noon luncheon Saturday in the
Stateroom of The Green Dol-
phin Restaurant. The awards,
i resented by Judge Grossman
and Rep. Owen Cherry, will be
presented to women behind the
scenes in last year's elections.
to to a
Wives of Miami Dolphin foot-
ball players will be featured as
models in a charity fashion show
and luncheon March 20 at the
Playboy Plaza Hotel. Proceeds
from the fashion show, spon-
sored by the Dade County Os-
teopathic Medical Auxiliary, will
benefit the Dade County Asso-
ciation for Retarded Children
and Osteopathic Research and
Scholarships.
to to to
Rep. tiaine uoraon (D., Dis-
trict 98. North Ddae County)
has been named to three com-
mittees in the legislature which
reflect major interests stressed
during her 1972 campaign. She
will be serving on the judiciary,
elections and health and reha-
bilitative services committees
for the House.
Menorah Angel Ball
launched On Yacht
Temple Menorah's angel ball '
was launched at a yacht party
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.
Kasden. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
and Robert L. Siegel, president of I
I Temple Menorah, met with a group
of parents to explain that the ball,
to take place at the Fontainebleau
I Hotel on April 29, will be the only
: fund raising function for the
Menorah Day School.
Also aboard the yacht were
' David Kasden, Mr and Mrs. Jack
1 Siegel. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram
Timor/'. Fred Hacker. Marvin
! Greenwald. Mrs. Freida Sv-gel,
' Mrs. Rachel Abramowitz. Mrs. j
Rcva Friedman. Mrs. Glenda Kas
den. Marylin Baron. Edith Green-
wald. Barbara Lewis, Myrna |
Hacker. Paul Kasden, and Ronald I
Baron.
Israel Day
Rally Set
For Beach
Plans for the May 7 Israel Inde-
pendence Day celebration in the
Miami Beach Convention Hall were
to be drafted Thursday afternoon
at a meeting of leaders of the
Americas Zionist Federation.
Mrs. Milton Green, national vice
president of the AZF and president
of the South Florida Zionist Fed-
eration, was to preside at the ses-
sion in the Zionist Federation of-
fice, 605 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
Gerald Schwartz, general chair-
man of the rally expected to at
tract more than 9,000 persons, was
to present a preliminary schedule
for the areawide observance of Is-
rael's 25th anniversary of state-
hood.
Tickets for the program, which
will feature entertainment and
talks by national and Israeli lead-
ers, may be secured from all mem-
ber agencies of the Zionist Fed-
eration.
More than 18,000 persons belong
to Zionist organizations in South
Florida. Mr. Schwartz said.
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Leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion met with Israel Prime Minister Golda
Meir fcr an informal hour of dialogue dur-
ing her recent visit to Miami. Shown from
lef: (seated) Prime Minister Meir and Mrs.
Alexander Muss; from left (standing* Mrs.
Leonard Friedland GM/F's Women's Divi-
sion vice president for campcign, and Mrs.
Harry A. Levy.
Golda Meir Meets With GMJF Leaders
Prime Minister Golda Meir took
ne out from her busy schedule
.iing her recent visit to Miami to
meet with several leaders of the
eater Miami Jewish Federation
Mrs Meir, who was paying her1
: -I visit to Miami as Prime Min-
ister, met with Federation's lead-
- in her hotel suite for an hour
o! informal dialogue.
What made it so unique." said
' deration president Robert Rus-
sell, "was the complete Informal-
For several of the people there
is was the first time they had
mi' the Prime Minister. The occa-
E'n was made all the more rarnv
'.able because she made us feel
a though we were guests in her
home." Russell was recently named
chairman of the Jewish Agency's
Housing Committee.
CJ \ IFF campaign, presented the
Prime Minister with a Shomer Am
Yisroe! (Guardians of the People
oi Israel) Menorah.
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Federation presented Prime Mm- I ,ifetimp ,o CJA |KF Colltriblllor>
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ISter Meir with gifts on behalf of
the Jewish community of Greater
Miami.
Mrs. Leonard Friedland. Wom-
en's division vice president for
campaign, gifted Mrs. Meir with
a Lion of Judah Trustee pin. The
pin. a 14-karat gold stylized Lion
of Judah. was designed for pres-
entation to Women's Division trus-
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and more) and pacesetters (annual'
minimum gifts of S10.000).
Harry A (Han) Levy, general
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"From Miami, the fastest grow-
ing Jewish community outside of
Israel, to Prime Minister Golda |
Meir and the People of Israel .
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For keeping the doors open. For
reclaiming the land. For the first
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Mr. Levenson. whose career
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Olympian Memorial Center
Launching Campaign Here
Phyllis Miller On
CCC Program
At Beth Sholom
Mrs. David (Phyllis) Miller, oo-

Hotel. Harold H. Goldfarb. chair- Silberman. Benjamin J. 'layer, Eli venation" program of
fcian of the Greater Miami Chapter. Timoner. Robert II. Traurig, Bar- Beth Sholom. on Sundav at 10 30
?a> announced. ton S. Udell, Rick Weaver. Jerome a.m.
The dinner will be a testimonial > II. Weinkle. .lay Weiss, and .lames S. Knopke is chairman
to David J Light of Miami Beach ; Leonard Zilbcrt. I of the adult education program
who has been one of the major !
'contributors to Tel Aviv Univer- Tp| Avlv University, located in Mrs. Miller has hoen active In
ait> since its inception. i an aiea in which half the popula- school and civic affairs here She
A student hostel, named for Mr. u.on of Israel liv,s- u;ls founded has served as president of the
iTtight in recognition of his "ex- nine years a* &> meet the educa- North Beach Elementary PTA
tensive support for the University" tll)nal requirements of Greater 8"d as legislative chairman, school
Jt already completed and the To1 Aviv is ,nc second largest education chairman, and aroa co
Brvid J. Light Library of Exact university in Israel with a faculty ordinator for the Dade County
^Wiences is under construction ol 2-200 alld "Biong students are Council of PTAs. She oresently is
according to Admiral Lewis L.
Strands of Washington, honorary
national chairman,
The proposed Olympian Mem-
orial (enter, a tribute to the 11
Israeli Olympians who were killed
in Munich last September, will
provide an urgently needed
physical-recreational facility for
the more than 15.000 students at
Tel Aviv University,
almost 1.200 Americans.
Swedish Men
Honored By
Shaare Zedek
community reoresentative on the
Human Relations Committee of
Miami Beach Senior High. She also
is the parent coordinator for the
student exchange program be
two-en Dade County Public Schools
and the .American International
School in Tel Aviv.
An episode of international goo I
will an National personalities George enacted at Shaare Zedek Hospital
Allen, coach of the Washington in Jerusalem. Allan and Steffan
Redskins, sportscaster Howard Larsson, twin brothers, aged 24.
from Sweden, were guests at a
reception held at the Jerusalem
hospital.
She has served as education
chairman and vice president of the
Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn. and
was given the organization's Out-
standing Citizen Award for 19H8.
She was named to the honorary
post of Education Chairman for
the City of Miami Beach. 1866-68.
.im\ was appointed by the Miami
B ach city Council to serve on the
They had earlier contributed charter review board for the city.
their extremely rare "p" type blood .... ..... ... ,
Mr Miller is a religious school
leacher and co-chairman of the
u. School Hoard of Temple
Beth Sholom. She was the 1971
education day chairman for the
ECosell. Lome Greene. Abe Pollin,
pre.-ident of the Baltimore Bullets.
Dotv Shary, Frank Sinatra, and
Jack Benny, arc members of the
n.it: inal sponsoring committee for
the center. The committee is
chaired by Dick Sehaap of the \a- ''' Mrs ,t,a Toubal, i patii nl at
tiona! Broadcasting Company. Sharre Zedek, who was awaiting
an emergency opei ation.
Also on the committee are two
south Florida sports broadcast After this potentially lifesavin.,
figures. Bernard Rosen, sports donation, the brothers wen sent Greater Miami Jewbh-Feiieration
director of WTVJ-TV. and Rick '>' ;i Swedish family magazine to Women's Division.
Weaver of WIOD. Israel, where they were warmlj
The dinner will feature Prate- *"nli?d 1,y Mls Toubal Shaare Beaefa Bar Association
sor Yuval Ne'eman. president of' .?edef HW Physicians and /'-..,
Tl Aviv University, and Shmuel ,,H" Israo1 l'",v'")! >">'-''> N*HS Loan (,iants
The Miami Reach Bar Associa-
'Bagelg and J^Bx' For ,i',n nas Pre8ent*" loan SnnU to
Lalkin. manager of the 1972 Israel
OKmpL- team.
{Tickets may be secured through
the local office at 1 Lincoln Rd.
Local executive committee in-
cludes: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
James M. Albert, Edmund N.
Ansin. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
San ford K. Bronstein, Jack Ches-
eter. Irving Cowan. Julius Darsky.
Daniel S. Dubbin. Morton R. Fell-
man. Dr. Stanley Fielding. Burton
Goldberg, Abraham Grunhut. Nor-
man Kasser, Alan B. Kessler, Dr.
S. W. Kiviat. Rabbi living Lehr-
trian. lialph Levitz.
Mizrcrhi I isitors
Mizrachi Women's Winter Resi-
dents Group will have a "Bagels
and Lox" luncheon Wednesday at
potn i." the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel
The Scrolls of Leeuworden,"
filmed by Israel and Holland, will
be shown.
Mrs. Ben Young is serving as
chairman of the day. and Mrs. Leah which the grants were presented
Krachmal, treasurer, and Mrs. Dora Howard Cross is president of the
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An original Haggadah written,
directed and produced by Shmuel
Fershko will be among the high
lights of the annual community
wide Third Seder sponsored by the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida April 18 at the Fontaine
bleau.
Announcement of Mr. Fershko's
nresentaiion was made Wednes-
day by Samuel Feinstein. presi-
dent of the Histadrut Council. The
Israeli composer and pianist is
musical director of Temple
Lmanu-El of Miami Reach.
Mr. Feinstein said the new
Haggadah will be written to
dramatize the relationship of mod-
ern Israel s first 2j year.- and the
ancient story ol the Exodus from
Egypt.
Vmba >sad tr Jacob Doron, Is
rael's second ranking envoy to the
United Nations and one of his
nation's foremost diplomats and
spokesmen, will be the principal
speaker at the Third Seder.
Mr Feinstein also announced
the appointment of Moe Levin
chairman of the board of the [si
Histadrut Council, as general
chairman of the April 18 eve
The Third Seder here will be :
second largest in the nation, rai Ic-
ing behind only New York C
Mr. Levin is forming a large
committee of leaders of Histadr
the Labor Zionist Alliance. Far-
band, I'oale Zion. Pioneer Won
Workmen's Circle and other
ganizations to advance ticket sa
Reservations for the Third s<
may be made from any commit
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m the 420 Lincoln Kd. Bldg.,
Levin said.
He i- national vice president
the Israel Histadrut Foundat:
chairman of the Chaim Weiznu
branch of the Farband La
Zionist Order and a leader
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*Jewisiifk)rkttan
Friday. March 16, 1973
letters to the editor
An Appeal To Reason
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian
I read Edward Cohen's column
in the Jewish Floridian of Feb. 9.
1973, in which he begins "The
letter from Leon Ell, in last week's
issue charging me with 'hate' for
President Nixon was not up to my
friend's usual calibre. I do not
use 'friend' lightly here. I respect
Leon Ell as a person, though 1
differ with his politics on most
occasions. His loyalty to the Re-
publican Party is a favorable
measure of the man because it has
not been easy, as a Jew and a
Floridian. to have been a Repub
appreciated his coming to see me
very sincerely indeed."
Does Congressman Voorhees'
statement indicate any doubts or
reservations about Mr. Nixon's
sincerity, ability, dedication or
character? Then why do liberals
generally persist in hating and
distrusting Mr. Nixon?
Then why. Mr. Cohen, do you
persist in hating and distrusting
Mr. Nixon's intentions, determina
tion and dedication to the welfare
of our country?
Isn't it about time lo search out
the truth and acknowledge the
leadership qualities, dedication.
lican during the lean years Leon vjsjon an() untiring efforts in his
Ell was so faithful."
Then, he goes on to repeat the
slanderous and false accusations
against Mr. Nixon's supposed un-
ethical campaign against Congress-
man Jerry Voorhees.
I have delayed replying to his
column, in order to restudy the
specific campaign and consider the
era in which it was waged, not
only to be able to refute the
charges, but also to show the cause
for the dislike of Mr. Nixon by
the liberals, and the reason for the
repeated slander and accusations
against Mr. Nixon during the past
25 years. Propaganda planted by
the Communists, who were then in
a favorable position to do so, as an
ally in the war against Hitler,
never forgot or forgave Mr. Nixon's
part in pressing the case against
Alger Hiss, which eventually cul-
minated in his conviction as a
Communist spy.
We must remember that the
average American of goodwill was
well disposed toward Russia dur
successful pursuit for universal
peace, and his efforts in solving
our domestic problems caused by
our rapid economic and social
changes?
It is a little more than four
years since Mr. Nixon took office
and lets look at his accomplish
ments.
Just to enumerate a few:
When he took office, our nation
was plagued by industrial strikes:
Internal schism of our nation
1 divided against itself:
Sitdowns. disruptions and riots
in our universities:
A senseless war which had taken
to Viet Nam 550.000 of our young
men, not of his doing.
(Parenthetically, his support of
the war was prompted by his
patriotism to show a united front
against the enemy, and I sincerely
believe that had there been a show
of unity, instead of divisiveness,
the war would have ended long
ago. The enemy counted on our
inner divisiveness to succeed in
ing that period because Russia was obtaining a complete victory.)
our ally against Hitler but. sub-
sequently, the American people
were disillusioned by Stalin's
butchery and subjugation of its
neighbors and the persecution of
our people.
We know that the Communists
are expert in disseminating hate
propaganda against the free world
and Mr. Nixon's efforts in the
Alger Hiss case were no small
reason for maligning and smearing
Mr. Nixon's image.
It would take too much space j
to repeat all that transpired In
the Nixon-Voorhees-Douglas cam-
paigns to show that the vicious :
accusations and lies against Mr
Nixon are unfounded. We will let
Mr. Voorhees speak in his behalf.
Congressman Voorhees' book en-
titled "Cl nfessions of a Congress-
man'' says that he wrote a letter
to Mr Nixon to give the begin-
ning Congressman "any help you
believe I can render." In his book.
Mr. Voorhees later reported "A
couple of weeks passed and I be-
gan to wonder whether Mr. Nixon
had received my letter. Then one
day when I came back from lunch
he was standing there in the outer
office. He, smiled and so did I.
We shook hands and went into the
inner office, which by that time
was pretty bleak and bare. We
talked for more than an hour and
parted, I hope and believe, as
personal friends. Mr. Nixon will
be a Republican Congressman. He
will, I imagine, be a conservative
one. But I believe he will be a
conscientious one. And I know I
His initiative in pursuit of a
universal peace should be praised
and applauded by every thinking
man no matter of what political
complexion, even by the Com-
munists.
In his attempt to solve some of
the domestic problems, he is con-
I fronted with a hostile Congress
I not because of what he attempts
in eliminating waste and mistakes,
but strictly on partisan basis de-
void of national interest.
It is about time, my dear Mr. '
Cohen, to divest yourself of the
built in hate based on vicious prop- '
aganda of more than a quarter i
century ago, and I know that if |
you apply yourself, you are |
capable of seeing the truth.
Mr. NiHOn's method of cam-
paigning in 1946 might not have
been to your liking, but is realistic I
of political campaigns, and to I
assuage your dislike for the cam- i
paign material, I quote from
Shakespeare "It is a common
proof that lowlyness is a young. ,
ambitious ladder where to the I
climber upward turns his face but
when he once attains the upper-
most round, he then to the ladder
turns his back scoring the base
degrees by which he did ascend."
Unfortunately, it's common prac-
tice that, in order to reach the
! height, the candidate is compelled
i to use every reasonable means to
I attain it.
Now for the Nixon-Douglas
I campaign. It is true that on the
issue of Communist subversion at
home, the differences between Mr.
Nixon and Mrs. Douglas were clear
and total. Mr. Nixon became the
key member of the House Com-
mittee on UnAmerican Activities
and Mrs. Douglas had voted to ci
off funds repeatedly, as Mr. Nixon
pointed out. She voted 354 times
with Vito Marcantonnio, a pro-
Communist Congressman from
New York, i.e.. against the United
States aid to Communist threat-
ened Greece, Turkey and China.
Mrs. Douglas accused Mr. Nixon
by saying "Why this is nothing but
Fascism on the march." There
was an honest division of opinion
that is not only legitimate in pol-
itics but necessary and the Nixon
partisans accused her of being a
tool of international Communism.
In compliance with our Demo
cratic form of government, it was
put to the people of California to
decide which policy to follow, and
there was nothing unethical about
the stand that Mr. Nixon took
against the beliefs and policies of
Mrs. Douglas. The voters of Cal-
ifornia chose Mr. Nixon's ap-
proach to international and na-
tional policies by a majority of
680.000. If there was any smear
at all. it was the other wayMrs
Douglas accusing Mr. Nixon of
being a Fascist.
Any assertion on the part of the
political leadership of California
accusing Mrs. Douglas of associa-
tion with the Communists, and of
being a fellow traveler was never
uttered by Mr. Nixon in any of his
public or private utterances even
though Mrs. Douglas accused him
of being a Fascist.
Time marches on! Conditions
political, economic and social
change from era to era. It be-
hooves good and public spirited
men like yourself to be able in
retrospect to cull the truth and
remove halos from undeserving
men in history' and the truth from
lies against our great leader who
deserves our recognition and our
appreciation.
In the best interest of our great
country, falsehoods must be cor-
rected and images of political i
leaders should be changed to con-
form to facts and I hope, my dear
Mr. Cohen, you will act accord- i
ingly.
Leon J. Ell

President's Daughter
To Talk For Council
Mrs. Julie Nixon Eisenhower,
daughter of President and Mrs.
Nixon, will address the National
Council of Jewish Women's 800
delegates and guests on opening
night. Council's 30th Biennial
Convention, Monday, March 26,
at the Deauville Hotel, Miami
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milS. GEORGE FELDEVKREIS
Women ahiiuai lJin;. .in and Bru-k
Luncheon. Tlie S25 a plate function
is slate ii (), i :m 1; .1
March 27. it was announced this
LEGAL NOTICE
[rs. George Feldenkreis
.cadeiny Lunch Chairman
George (Dorita) Feldeuv. week by Mrs. Leonard (Irene)
has been named general Vdler, president. (
nan of the Hebrew Academy
Rene Sanchez of Bal Harbour
ill present a complete fashion
how, Mrs. Feldenkreis said, fea-
turing the latest styles for the
forthcoming summer season.
Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, Mrs.
Henry Stern and Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro will serve as cochairmen.
Mrs. Adlcr said.
A vice president of the Hebrew
Academy Women. Mrs. Felden-
kreis was recently elected pros
ident of the Sisterhood of the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation of
Miami Beach.
She and her husband have
nlayed key leadership roles for
both State of Israel Bonds and the
CJA-IEF campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs
Feldenkreis also has been active in
the fund-raising effort for the new
Merwitzer Building of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
The Binyan and Brick luncheon
s the social highlight of the
Iebrew Academy Women's yearly
alendar. and a record attendance
s indicated, Mrs. Feldenkreis said
Fontainebleau Park
Sells 544 of 647 Units
In little more than a year's
ime. Miami's Fontainebleau Park
'ias topped the Slfi.2 million mark
in condominium and townhouse
ales, and 544 of the available 647
mits have been sold.
Trafalgar Developers of Florida.
Fontainebleau Parks creators, are
developing four condominium com
nullities and two rental com-
munities within the project
Ninety of the original 600 acres
have been purchased by other de
velopers for apartment and con-
lominium development.
When completed. Fontainebleau
Park will be a community of ap-
proximately 5.000 units.
Yaffa New Unit
Of Hadassah
The Miami Chapter of Hadassah
announces the formation of it
25th group. '"Yaffa.' coinciding
with Israel's 25th birthday.
The group will meet on the third
Tuesday of every month at Wash
ington Federal. 167th at 6!h Ave..
at 12::H) p.m.
Rose Dushkin and Laura Tepper,
are chairm in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NGHnt'l-: IS IIKKKIIY GIVEN I
the lAdi i mi ni -i. iUsh inn t>> 1 itajft
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the undersii"'1 a. desiring to engHKi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-6134
GENERA1 JURISDICTION D VISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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on for In .-.iuii..,' ..I' Marriage
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of ynmr aiiHWer or nthei Pleading In
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court, on in 1 fon thh 2 rtaj of Anrll
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No. 73-S14
. J GWYNN PARKER
In RE: I
SIDNEY .M llll!Si'lll!l-:i: r>eoea a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All f'l-aiioi- :,ni| All Person* Hav-
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Mate:
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reased I.. t ..f r. 1. i "mil v. Florida.
to thtl ''il uil .luilui- "I ll.nle I'i'UIIIV. .
and file tin- -.-mi.- in ilunllcate Mid Re
provide,! in S.i in.n 7:1: ii;. Florida I
Statutes in iheir offices In the i'ouii'v
Courtljo^-.- in I>al. I'ounty. Klorldn.l
wVMn six ealemlur month* from the]
time of the first nuhlii'iilinn hereof !
or tin Minn" "ill '"' harreil
Datea t Miami. Florida this ?
day of M u-o.ii. A I> 'T-,t
BAR\ JANE HIRSCHBBRO
100 Klnir* Poinl Drive
Miami lleaeh. K'oHrta
Al Artmlnlsli-atrlx
Firs' nul.li,-alioii or Ilila noliee on
the 1 'lav nf M.-jreh. in?3.
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Attorn.-v for Ailminlstrnlrix
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Miami Florida .1313 2
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James M. Blanz is president of
Hollywood Federal Savings
and Loan Association. Mr.
Blanz announced the appoint-
ment of David Mrvica to head
the association's construction
loan department in Davie. Mr.
Mrvica has served in both ap
praisal and loan departments
of Hollywood Federal for six
years.
GRISHA TSATSKIS
Grisha Tsatskis
In Program Of
Freedom Songs
Grisha Tsatskis, interpreter of I
lewish and Russian soncs. will ht'ac'
1 program of freedom songs of So j
. iet .Jewry Saturday March 31. at !
the Miami Beach Auditorium start ',
ing at 8:30 p.m.
Born in Russia Grisha obtained
iis musical education at the Mos
"ow State Conservatory and after
ompleting his studies, became a
lopular concert singer. Jewish mu j
;ic remained his main interest.
When Grisha left Russia, he wa
determined to be the voice of hi*
people, those Jews who were not
as fortunate as he was and were
forced to remain in Russia
Although Grisha Tsatskis has
>eeri in America for only a short
time, he has hold concerts in ma
ior cities throughout the U.S and
Canada. He made several radio
ind television appearances anl
no-t recently released his firsl
Vmerican album, "The Soul of So-
iet Jewry."
Grisha'S repertoire includes .
arge selection of Jewish. Russian
nal Hebrew songs, as well as op
th arias and cantor!al selections
Through the Jewish songs he
lelivers the message of the manv
oersecuted lews who have been de-,
lied their freedom. He sings about !
the source of Jewish strength, th" 1
suffering, struggles, and the trium-
phant victories of the Jewish peo-
ple.
Ida Goldberger, Grisha's wife ac-
companies him at the piano. Ida
' iras born hi Russia and came to
this country a few years ago She
has a master's degree in piano j
from the Manhattan School of
Music.
, The instrumental ensembl
; "Rnai Galut." formed of recent
Russian-Jewish emmigrants, ac-
comoany Grisha and also play m
lections of their own.
Zim Selecis
Tabak For
Kev Position
Hermi n D Tabak. s k
ilt to thi pn if Zin
Containei Sei i i ;e W i rid Heat1
quarters, ha-- assumed full-time du
. i int to i Cho-
.is. i. Ii nl of ^-in American
Israeli Shipping Co.
Mr. Tabak brings to his new as-
signment, which includes Zim Con
tainer Sen ice, a background of --w
years transportation industry ex-
perience. His business career has
encompassed every phase of trans
portation. He is a recognized au-
thority in the field, especially in
the relatively new area of Inter-
modality.
He is author of "Cargo Contain
ers Their Stowage, Handling
and Movement," the standard in-
ternationally accepted work on
eontainerization. Mr. Tabak served
as U.S. national secretary of 1CH-
CA, special consultant to United
Nations IMCO, member of the Na-
tional Panel of the Amencan Arbi-
tration Association (as a marine
container expert) and representa-
tive to the American National
Standards Committee MH-1.
DEAUUILLE
presents
peeRce
Metropolitan Opera star
conducting
PASSOVER SEDERS
Chtir ctn4ucte kr ttrirn Irinkiii
$30oo
SECOND SEDER
TUES.. APRIL 17 7 P.M
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Children under 8 Si 2 for each Sedei
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Call BB5-8511, CaterinK nop'
ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET, MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
5 Ports Of Call On
Canberra's Itinerary
Five exciting Ports ol Call
are on the itinerary of the
"Canberra" when she makes
CAPTAIN ERIC SN0WDEN
h r initial voyage from Port
Everglades on Monday, March
N i in. Barba los,
Mai tiniruti in I St. Thomas are
included 0-day sailing
K'' -i vi.,;> is n --; i, w here
atti i?tii n* in le eral re-
I forts, in lu lit"-' h
s -i tai a" Son '' Lumiere"
iai lotto Ai la*
ti Gan i"" mai ching f: i-
. : iai ium with
. from the
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: tiv -1 i ing
di-t.i i tch in charai ter
The .' b are lined with
18th century gab'ed houses.
Just o itsi .- the city are many
supui b baj id 'al for fishing,
sail'.ns and! swimming Low im-
port duties make CuutesU e\~
col lent Jv- fhooping. In spite
of the wonderful day at sea that
follows, you will probably hate
to saj "< ioodbye" to ("ui acao
It's nfi to Barbados where
you will arrive earlj morning
after a 556-mile sailins from
Curacao. This famous "sugar
island" nl the West In lie- it
st i>-1! in British histo y
The capital. Bridgetown, ha-
lt' vn Lord Nelson monument
and Trafalgar Square. You'll
have tiini' to enjoy a tour tak
iii4 in all the places ol inti -'
in the lily and aro ind the Is-
land. Look for locally made
straw hat- .ii 1 baskets
hand-embroidered cotton dress-
es,
On \ 132 mtlcs away fi
Barbados is Martiniqui youi
next pni i "i call. This West
Indies i-land. first sighted bj
i lumb is in 1493, has been al-
most uninterruptedly French
since the year 1630, It was th
birthplace of Napoleon".s Em-
pri s- Josephine
It's now another night of
fun and romanos on the sea
bel reaching Si T lomas.
Thi- i- the most import int of
the Virgin Islands and wi -
iti -. V hi can
visit Fi"enchman*s Tower where
the last ui the pirates in-
cluding the famous Mr Faw-
-,a ivore hanged; and Blue
h ;.. rower, iiiia .1 a nous
ii.ii. for honejmooners, Fa n
ous c'imato and ama/ing shop
, ,. iins have mate SI
Thomas ;i m isl for tra\ lei's.
".....imiso i- ill
.. .,!,.; |j ,- before
able '' n<
. ; x o i-i h.\ ind
pored by 1 '<
V. .
: '
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., : (i i I i- Vli o in
,, ; ship duties b<*tween
i Kingdom and In i
He was promoted iron- cadet
,,! rank in March 194"
HU first command was as Cap-
tain of the V&O Tanker "Ma-
loja."
,-i-tain Snowden resides in
la ;i fetairs In Kent an l is a
neighbor of the British Prim-
Minister the Right Honorable
Edward Heath MP.
For corr.'ete information and brochures on the Caribbeat
cruises write Cunard lines Ltd., Port Everglades Station
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316 or phone Miami 947-7524,
Fort lauderdale 525-3381
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~3ewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, March 16, 1973
Section L
Survivor Vividly Recounts
Cracow Ghetto Liquidation
By MYER WF.INRF.B
Cc>. 1973 Jewish Telegraphic Acency)
(EDITOR'S NOTE: March 14 mark*
the 30th anniversary of the liquida-
tion ot the Cracow ghetto. Myer Wein-
reb was an eyewitness and survivor
of the tragedy. Mr. Weinreb, a busi-
nessman in Union, N.J.. was an in-
mate in Auschwitz for two years and
in Dachau for six months. He arrived1
in this country in 1948.)
Thirty years have passed away
since that memorable day, March
14, 1943, but the pictures, scenes,
events, torture and torment still
live so vividly in my memory as if
it had happened yesterday, and I
will carry it within me till' the last
breath of my soul.
The Cracow Ghetto was divided
into two areas: "A" and "B." "A"
was inhabited by Jews who worked
in different shops, factories, air-
ports, military installations, etc.
"B" was inhabited by Jews unable
to work, sick, elderly, women with
children and others who did not
have working papers.
because
a labor
I lived in Ghetto '"B"
I was an escapee from
camp where I had gotten sick and
had had to run awa>: otherwise.
I would have been executed
this was the only cure they ap-
plied to sick Jews the minute
they became unproductive for the
labor camp.
On Saturday. March 13. the
populace of Ghetto A"' was
evicted and moved to concentra-
tion camps Jerosolimska-Plaszow.
located on the site of the Jewish
cemetery. The expulsion was car-
ried out by the Jewish police un-
der the orders and supervision of
the Gestapo. It was heartbreaking
to look at the poor Jewish crowd
carrying bundles filled, with bare
necessities.
They were crying, shouting,
praying, breaking their hands over
the helpless situation obeying
the cruel order of SS Officer Dr.
Warner, the governor of the
iCracow District, to leave Ghetto
"A" under the death penalty.
I saw families separated: hus-
bands from wives, mothers from
children. This was the most brutal
moment when mothers were
taken away from their children.
There is no pen which can de-
scribe those scenes and any
imagination is too weak to have
any idea of what happened on that
day in the Cracow Ghetto and, as
we now know, in hundreds of
other ghettos where Jews lived
under Nazi rule.
Sunday. March 14. 1943 On
this day the sun rose brightly and
welcomed Ghetto "B" warmly.
Concord Square, where the inhab-
itants were gathering for the
exodus, was bathed in sunrays and
on the ground snow was still vis-
ible. The Ghetto was encircled by
a ring of Polish blue uniformed
police, by Ukrainian Sonderdienst
in black uniforms and by German
Schuppo in tall helmets.
Inside the Ghetto you could see
Waffen SS soldiers and the Ges-
tapo in battle-camouflaged suits.
The whole execution of the liqui-
dation was a precise military op-
eration. Through loudspeakers
tide, swinging back and forth,
shouting, pushing, boiling like a
volcano. Everybody wanted to be
in the front row to be selected by
the working commandos.
I recognized two camp leaders:
SS Officers Miller and Goeth.
Both held big German shepherds,
charging them constantly against
the human mass, which was tightly
pressed together on a narrow strip
of the sidewalk.
The SS Police were using bay-
onets and butts to quiet down the
rising, falling sea of people, each
person trying to be selected for
the labor camps to save his life.
I stood in a relatively quiet
column with women and men who
did not want to be with the boil-
ing crowd of the able-bodied men
waiting to be selected for Camp
Plaszow.
Suddenly the SS Trooprs start-
ed to pick up their victims from
the standing columns; 'hoy acted
indiscriminately, but as a cri-
terion they were picking out the
elderly, the poorly dressed, and
those not standing straight in the
rows. They dragged them into the
house halls and shot them in the
head.
I saw dozens of Jewish men and
women drawn by their hands and
legs into neighboring houses. I
knew some people who were
young but looked undernourished,
or who had patched up clothes,
were unshaven and unkempt, they
were grabbed out from the crowd
and pushed with bayonets into the
halls and backyards and executed
unceremoniously.
I heard the pleading, begging,
praying voices of the victims to
spare their lives but in vain
nothing moved the stonehearted
Germans. They carried out their
bloody mission with the utmost
precision. The cacophony of ex-
ploding bullets filled the air in a
terrible, unbearable staccato.
Death was working overtime.
Drunken soldiers brought infants
in little baskets from the neigh-
boring apartments, placed them
in the middle of the square, and
shot them without remorse. Some
of the mad soldiers were filling
their pockets with ammunition:
they were carrying two guns in
their hands, hunting for the
human game.
Oh my God I looked at the
blue sky and could not believe it
is this a dreadful nightmare or
true life? I could not understand
what was happening on this
square: are all the gates of Hell
wide open to the Jewish people
for sins not committed?I asked
myself. 'Is there no mercy, no
pity, no civilization in the 20th
century?" This is being done by a
nation of philosophers and think-
ers, the German people. Why do
we have to die so young, just for
being born a Jew?
Those were the thoughts I had
during these tragic moments when
a terrible massacre was going on
under the blue skies in Concord
Square. I was almost in a. daze
when I heard an order from the
megaphone: 'Empty out all your
trucks appeared on the square, and
lined up to pick up the half-dead
people.
Helmeted Waffen SS in long
coats with hand-machine guns be-
gan loading 60 persons into each
truck. They squeezed them to-
i gether so tightly that one could
not turn around. In the back were
two armed guards and a convoy
of motorcycle police behind them
I did not have any idea where
they were taking us. They brought
prisoners from the jails and
loaded them in our transport. We
went through the whole city of
I Cracow: they wanted to show the
1 Polish population what they could
I expect if they resisted the might
i of the Third Reich.
Some onlookers were weeping,
seeing us going to an unknown
[ destination, to meet the fate of
others who never came back. Some
of the deportees tried to jump
frcm the truck they were shot
instantly while running. I saw
youngsters lying face down in the
muci when we passed the suburbs
| of Cracow.
The truck I was on had a blow-
I out. This saved my life they
stopped and waited for another
truck to transfer us. The preced-
ing trucks went straight to the
Auschwitz crematorias. We ar-
rived late; the gassing for the day
was finished. At the big gate of
Auschwitz I read a sign: "Labor
Makes Freedom." When our truck
crossed the big door loaded with
high tension wire, I knew that
the last chapter of the 500 year-old
Cracow Jewry had come to an end.
they gave orders as to how this
well planned expulsion should pro- *"****
ceed. All able-bodied men would |
I
stand on the eastern part of the
square, women and children on
the southern part, sick and elderly
in the middle of the square. They
had a table with maps and plans.
I saw the familiar faces of the
Cracow Nazi elite: Major SS
Haase he looked like Himmler,
and was in charge of the whole
operation. Next to him were
Gestapo officers Kundte and
Heinnrich. The eastern column
consisted of a huge crowd of Jew-
ish men; it was like an ocean
ground before you!" I emptied out
my pockets and looked down at
the few dear pictures of my fam-
ily, my ID. card, a comb, a bar of
soap, and a few coins.
With all my earthly possessions
on the earth before me, I thought
now, when I am free of all my
material assets, it is much easier
to die. With a resignation that
marks only those people who have
lost all hope, I expected the gra-
cious shot in the head. Suddenly,
like a thunderbolt, I heard the
vibrations of motors. Military
Rockwell Elected
To Lead Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge
Sidney Rockwell will be in-
stalled as president of the Miami
Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith Apr. 1
at the Seville Hotel. Mr. Rockwell
will succeed Morris Reiffen at the
kosher dinner, with past president
George J. Talianoff as installing
officer.
Samuel Pascoe, another past
president, will serve as master of
ceremonies. Other officers to take
posts will include David Rubinson
as president-elect and Joseph H.
Cohen, Nat Friedman. Adolph
Lang and Harry Reiser, vice pres-
idents.
Irving Schatzman and Mr. Pas-
coe are honorary life presidents
and William Agranove. Jack Aug-
ust and Irving Schenker will be
installed as honorary vice pres
idents.
Jacob H. Kahn is recording sec-
retary: Phil Cantor, financial sec-
retary': Nat Sachs, corresponding
secretary; Mr. Schatzman, trea-
surer; Mr. Reiffen, monitor: Harry
R. Auerbach, assistant monitor.
Gerald Schwartz, another past
president, will take office as
guardian with Isidore Cohen, as-
sistant guardian. Morris Weber is
warden; Sidney Kammerstein, as-
sistant warden; Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, historian; Gershon Miller,
luncheon club chairman; Keve
Kessler and Joe Roth, sergeants-at-
arms.
Arthur 11. Courshon, Jay Der-
mcr. Sen. Jack Gordon, Abraham
Grunhut, Isidore Cohen, Mr. Pas-
coe, Lawrence H. Shuman, Mr.
Lang, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Bur-
nett Roth, Paul Seiderman, Mr.
Schatzman, Mr. Schenker, and Mr.
Talianoff are trustees.
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ISABEL GiM>VK
Mr. and Mrs. David Alper donated room 525 of the Mount
Sinai Medical Center in honor of Dr. Phil Samet, chief of division
of cardiology, Department of Internal Medicine. The Alpers, of
1715 Calais Dr., have been in Miami Beach since 1925 and have
always been active in philanthropic organizations. Mrs. A. is
a pa of the group, and belongs to Hadassah, B'nai B'rith, Old Age
Home of Miami Beach and Sisterhood of Temple Menorah. Mr.
A. is a member of the Masons. Shrine, a past patron of Eastern
Star and a life member of B'nai B'rith.
Kevin Danil Dennis weighing in at 6 lbs. 13 ozs.. born
Mirch 1. is the 12th child of Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis. Some 500
people attended the young prince'.- bliss on Thursday afternoon
March :! Guests a. the noon luncheon included represent:*:
of Hillel Community Day School where Dr. Dennis m ,.
president, many of his professional colleagues and members of
the Jewish community.
In descending order, the Dennis offspring are Jay 18, Marvin
18 Esther 14, David 12. Susan 10. Howard 9, Mark 7. Wendy 5.
Tammy 1. Michael 2. Ranana 1. baby Daniel, and the boat all
out.-ide the Dennis home is called "Tenok," which in Hebrew
means "13th Baby."
The young people attended either the Mesivta High School
of the Hebrew Academy or Hillel. Most belong to the Miami
Beach Swimming Team, take piano lessons and join the family-
group camping throughout the summer.
ft ir *
Mrs. Max Raskin, long time member of Temple Ncr Tamid.
will be honored as "Woman of the Year" at the temple's annual
banquet on Sunday evening,
^larch 25. Charles Goldstein,
president of the temple, says
Mrs. Raskin was chosen unan-
imously by her co-workers in
the Sisterhood for her "dedi-
cation and efforts on behalf
of the synagogue." Mrs. Ras-
kin hails from Minneapolis
and St. Paul. Minnesota. She
and her husband Max have
three sons, one daughter
and 19 grandchildren. Son
Kenneth, his wife and fam-
ily will be here to pay trib-
ute to Mrs. Raskin.
Some 700 gue=ts turned out for the Dade County Council of
Auxiliaries. American Medical Center in Denver. "Save a Life"
luncheon on March 8 at the Deauville Hotel. Council officers in-
cluded Mrs. Abner Miller, president. Mrs. Joseph Nuremberg
Mrs. Morris Goluskin. Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Joseph Hoi-
lober. Chapter presidents are Mrs. Joseph Dorn. Biscayne; Mr-
Richard Bendgen, Coral, Mrs. Abe Huppert. Flaminpo. Miss
Sadie Isaacson, Greater Miami, and Mrs. Meyer White. Tropical.
Channel 2 is holding a wine tasting party on Friday from
6:30 p.m. at the studios, 14901 NE 20th Ave.. to preview the
exhibit of art works to be auctioned this year. Artists will be
present to "explain"? their works, and answer questions.
Morris Lapidus, Miami Beach architect, was honored by-
residents of Terrace Towers at a breakfast for dedicated
service on behalf of world Jewry. The breakfast was held on
behalf of Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF cam-
paign. Shown (from left) Leo Gelvan, Simon Reisman, 1973
CJA-IEF Terrace Towers chairmem; Morris Lapidus, and
Max Mansfield, immediate past chainnan of Terrace Tow-
ers CJA-IEF campaign.


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fJewist fki rJfon
Friday. March 16. 1973
Hebrew Educators
Honor Rabbi Azulay
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, super
vispr of the Hebrew Academj el
Miami Beach, will be honored b>
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
the Hebrew Educators Alliance .1!
.1 n p in dinner March 25 al the
Forte Towers
Chairman ol the dianer will bo
Rabl 1 Solomon Schiff, executive
director <>f the' Rabbinical Associj
ii 'ii of Greater Miami, with greet-
- in be extended by repre-
sentatives of the Jewish Pedera
ti in oi Greater Miami, the Central
Vgency for Jewish Education and
tin' Hebrew Academy. Zahava
Sukenik, new president of the
Hebrew Educators Alliance, fol-
lowing IS years of leadership bj
Rabbi Azulay, indicated that the
proj am will Include presents
lions l>\ the Hebrew Aeaileim
chair and the Israeli Dance
Troupe
Guest speakei
v. ill be Seen tarj
K stone.
Rabin Azulay, chairman of ih
by the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem
in 1939. holds a ttegraa in ehild
psychology from the University of
Toronto. While in Toronto, he was
director of Camp Massad and the
Hebrew Cultural Organization. He
is the past educational director at
Ramat Hadassah. the Youth Altyah
Can \ in Haifa. Israel.
Members of the banquet com-
mittee are Mr. and Mrs. Zvi
Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Bienenfeld, Dr. and Mrs. Norman
A. Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Brand is. Dr. and Mrs. Sol Center.
Edward Cohen. Mr, and Mrs. Jack
Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Firtel, Mr and Mrs. Nathan
Greene, Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander
Gross, Mi' anil Mrs. Abraham
Grunhut. Rabbi and Mrs. Znlman
Kossowsky, Rabbi and Mrs. David
Lehrfleld.
Also Mr and Mrs Ben Lernec.
Mrs. Fran Levey. Dr. and Mrs.
Seymour Liebman, Rabin Max
LipschitZ. Rabbi and Mrs. Morton
Malavsky, Mr, and Mrs. Jacob
Motiansky. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ossip,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosichan.
Rabbi and Mrs Sol Schiff. Mr.
;iiKl Mrs. Irving Seidal, Dr
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Mr.
Mrs Levi Soshuk. Judge and Mrs.
Sherwin Stauber, Rabbi and Mrs
Julius Sukenik. Mr and Mrs.
Manuel l"ngar. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac
Cnterman. Rabbi and Mrs Stanley
B. Weiss, and Mr, and Mrs. A. B.
Wiener.
!
and
and
for the occasion
hi Stale Richard
locators division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJLA-IEFC, founded the alliance.
"Jewish education is the future
ol the Jewish people,' Rabbi
Vaulaj said. "In the past several
years, Federation's involvement in
tbm area has intensified, For this
reas >n Jewish educators are pledg-
II g an unprecedented support to
Federation's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paigns."
Rabbi Azula) is presentlj the co
ordinator of the Central \gencj
for Jewish Education's Hebrew
High School (a GMJF beneficial*) 1.
and a vice president oi the Fed-
on of Hebrew Teachers and
Principals of America
Rabbi Azulay, :i i was ordained
BBYO Subject
Of Talk Bv
George Jtotiii
The Roney B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter will meet on Tuesday, at
1 p.m. in the social hall of the
Roney. George N. Kotin will speak
on B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
: ons
Mr. Kotm. a Chicagoan, came to
Miami Beach in 19K8 after retire
mem from his law practice
He is a past president of Forte
Towers Men's Social Club, vice
I resident and parliamentarian of
Presidents Club of Greater Miami.
member of executive board of
Hillel Advisory Board, executive
board of B'nai B'rith youth ad-
visory board, chairman of Com
bined Jewish Appeal drives, chair-
man of Anti-Defamation League
for South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, member board of
directors of Tenants Assn. of
State of Florida
Currently, he is the president
of the BB Maccabee Lodge 2579 at
Vorte Towels
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Friday. March 16. 1973
MB Hadassah Groups
Sel Varied Calendar
AJ Conqress Sets Women's Division Convention In DX.
HJ vvngivj* ~ r.,nroitvm,P. I Israel's 25th birthday. Israe
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
ah Groups are meeting on th<
i. Ilowing dates.
Morton Towers Group will have
its youth Aliyah luncheon Sunday
noon, at the Deauville Hotel. Son{
stylist. Bob Newkirk, will enter
i; in. accompanied by Sally Lazar
at the piano. Buses will he pro-
vided. Mrs. Philip HoutZ will pre
side.
Miami Beaeh Chapter of Hadas-
sah board meeting is set for Mon-
day, at 10 a.m. at the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Bmanuel Mentz will
preside. At 1:30 p.m.. also al the
Algiers Hotel, author Edith Gold
v U review her l>;>ok, -Music of the
Jews." Mrs. Irvine Spear is chair-
i. in
Soulhuate Group will present its
12th annual gala shew and music
festival on Sunday. March 25. al
7:30 p.m. in the Hibiscus Audi
torium at Alton Rd. and 10th St.
The show has been produced
I directed by Dolly Kramer.
with assistant director. Nata Utal.
The performance will be followed
I dancing to a live band.
Lincoln Gronp is planning ;
>< veil day Caribbean Cruise leav-
, j \prii 28. in charge of arrange-
ments aie Faye Varrow and Rose
K. avnz.
Hoyal Maccabees (iroup meeting
at the Financial Federal. 855
Washington Ave. on Monday, at
7 p.m.. will feature a Purim fes-
tival. Program chairman is Clara
Landy. Mrs. Irene Birnbaum wiH
reside.
Forte Towers (.roup will hold
- Youth Aliyah luncheon Tues-
ay, at Hie Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Sherman Fast, past president of the
.Iiami Beach Chapter, will be
[uesl speaker A musical prosram
ill be presented with Marie
ialuban. soloist, and Bert Buck-
nan at the piano. Mrs. Jennie
Sittlemcn will be chairman of the
lay and Mrs. Jules Lessem will
preside.
Shaloma Group will have its
Youth Aliyah luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Tuesday,
at liioii. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will be
Kuest speaker. Mrs. Louis Gold-
, man will present a cantata with
Olga Biber Stern at the piano.
} Mrs. Paul Kanlot will be chairman
if the day. with Mrs. Anna Stone
' presiding.
Lincoln Group will have its
Youth Aliyah luncheon Wednes-
! day. at the F.den Roc Hotel. Opera
singer Aldo Monaco, accompanied
| by Sally Lazar. will entertain.
Mesdames Belle Burack and Jean
Davis are co-chairmen. Mrs. Dan
Liftin will preside.
Sophie Tucker Group will have
it* Youth Aliyah luncheon Thurs-
daj. March 22. at noon, at the
Eden Roc Hotel Mrs. Rose Podden
will preside.
More than 500 leaders of thi
American Jewish Congress na-
tional women's division will meet
in Washington, D.C. March 25-28
for the Women's Division 40th An
nlversary Biennial Convention in
the Mayflower Hotel.
In plenary and workshop ses
siona, tfl y will explore topics as
diverse as the War Powers Act
and the Changing role of women
in American and American Jewish
life
Government security versus press
freedom, new directions in I S
foreign policy, domestic priorities,
the impact of intermarriage and
"Key "73"- (the Christian prosehti
zation movement' on American
Jews all will be probed during
the four-day parley around the
theme. "Our Past As Prologue."
Highlights of the convention will
include addresses by Sens. Charles
Percy of Illinois and Walter Mon-
dale of Minnesota and a round-
table discussion among U.S. Con
gresswomen and the American
Jewish Congress women. I 'MTl ^hday. Israeli
-\, a special installation banquet, sul Genera David Rivlin of
the Women'* Division will salute York will he
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The Miami Business and Profes-
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ican ORT will hold open house on
Thursday. March 22 at 7:45 p.m..
in the hospitality room of the
Chase Federal, 425 Arthur God-
frey Rd.
Constantino Vinck, regional
manager of the Curacao Tourists
Board, will speak on Curacao and
show a film of the country, in-
cluding the oldest Synagogue in
the Western Hemisphere
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| Women's League for Israel.
Lincoln-Miami Reach chapter, will
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| "ii Tuesday, al noon, at 100
| Lincoln Rd.
Sponsors for the afternoon are
Mrs. Jennie Dressner and Mrs.
Sophie Rappaport.
Proceeds will assist in the en-
larging of the Nathanya Home for
the Blind and handicapped girls in
Israel.
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Temple Menorah
Piirim Carnival
On Sunday
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The Parents Association of
Temple Menorah will hold its an-
nual Purini Carnival on Sunday.
from 10 to 3 p.m. at the temple
grounds.
The carnival will feature booths.
rides, flea market, cake saie and
food.
Prizes will be awarded to the
most outstanding Purim costume.
The Megillah reading, the S.-roll
of Esther which recites the story
of Purim. will be held at the ,
Temple Sanctuary on Saturday, at j
7 p.m.
Uroggers. noisemakers and ha-
mentaschen. ihe Purim delicacy,
will be distributed.
JWV Auxiliaries Active
In Dade and Broward
The celebratioii of the Seder service is a way cf preserving
the beautiful Hebrew tradition. And what cculd be more
traditional for Passover than kr.cidlach icr matz-h .
cr.d chicken soup?. Ligh:-as-a-iea!her knaidlach ere made
v ...i Tenters Peanut C.I, which is kosher c::d parvj :c:
Pc S jver.
Matzeh Sail Soup Set For Pssscver
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Vi'AAi Diamond Engaged
To Leonard Nagler
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Napier. 925
N\V 175 St.. announce the encage
ment of their son. Leonard, to
Nikki Diamond. Nikki is the
daughter of liabbi and Mrs. Nor-
man H. Diamond, of Daytona
Beach.
White Elephant Sale
The Bal-Bay-Surf Woman's Corp
of the Papanicoleau Cancer Re-
search Institute will have annual
white elephant sale and meeting
on Tuesday ;.: neon at the Mont-
marte Hotel. All proceeds will go
to the eorp for cancer research.
Jewish War Veterans. Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary
groflps continue weekly activities
in Dade and Broward Counties.
Norman Bruce Brown 171 will
hold its annual joint fund raising
Treasure Dig' night at 8 p.m. on
Tuesday at Pythian Hall. Ticket '
chairmen are Seema Lefkowitz and
George Graham. Funds raised will .
SO toward the work the post and
auxiliary do for the veterans.
Murray Solomon 243: Auxiliary
members will visit the Sunrise
School for Retarded Children with
gift clothing on Sunday. On Tues-
day, a donation of coupons will
be made to Cystic Fibrosis.
Miami Beach 330: Will hold its
donor dinner on Sunday evening,
at the Flamingo Supper Club on
79th St Causeway. Bess Gibber is
auxiliary president.
Four Freedoms 402: Will hold
its second nomination of officers
on Thursday. March 22. at a noon
meeting in the Four Freedoms
Penthouse. President Rae Fein-
stein will preside.
Victor B. Freedman 613: Will
hold its business meeting at noon
in Wednesday at the Hallandale
Branch of the Home Federal, with
auxiliary president Rose Hecht
presid i.
Hialeah Miami Springs tiSl:
' Kahn is chairman for
the party the auxiliary will hold
for adopted cottages 'The I rn
and the Cnladftrm" on Saturday, at
the Sunland Training Cent, r
Auxiliary and Post will havi i
joint installation of officers on
Sunday evening at Temple Efer-
eth Jacob of Hialeah. Mrs I...
Young, incoming president, and
1973-74 officers will be installed.
Harry H. Cohen Surfside Ba]
Harbor "23: Will sponsor a games
party for the residents at the
Hebrew Home for the Aged on
Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served and gifts
distributed by Mrs Ruth Frank,
I chairman, and assistants.
Colonel David Marcus 746: Will
hold a monthly birthday party for
adopted* children at Sunland
Training Center on Sunday after-
noon. Each child will receive a
gift. aid refreshments will be
served. Betty Ott and Ann Trager
are chairmen.
South Dade Auxiliary 77S: |
Eisenman. president elect, and
1973 74 officers, will be insti I
by Depart merit President L
Schoen i n Saturday at 7 p.m I
the hon e of Evelyn ai I Ben (
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Friday. March 16. 1973
Technion Women
Schedule Annual
Chai Luncheon
Miami Chapter. Women's Divi-
sion, American Society for Tceh-
nian. is holding its annual Chai
scholarship luncheon on Friday,
March 23, at 11:30 a.m. in the
Kings Bay Country Cub, 14401
SW 62nd Ave.
The program for the affair will
feature a dance showcase by the
Arthur Murray Dance School and
a fashion show by Graciella Mora.
Mrs. Meyer Brilliant is chapter i
president, and serving as chair- ;
a an is Mrs. Kenneth Rosen with
Mrs. David Sernaker co-chairman. '
In charge of reservations are i
Ann Goldberg, Anne and Mae
Wollman.
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Educational directcrs of Jewish schools of Greater Miami are
shown discussing Israel 25 with guest speaker. Dr. Elijah
Bortniker. center (seated^ director of the board of Jewish
Education, Essex County, N.J.. Shown left to right (seated) are
Nathan Greene, B'nai Raphael. Dr. Sidney Esterson, Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Herbert Zvi Berger, executive director. Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education, Dr. Elijah Bortniker, He-
lene Blumkin, director Israel Stamp Service, Cantor Jack
Bornstein, Temple Israel. Dror Zadok, Hebrew Academy,
South Dade. From left to right (standing) Rabbi Dov Bidnick,
Hiilel Community Day School, Herzl Honor, Temple Zion.
Rabbi Dan Landsman, Beth David, Dciothy Herman. Tem-
c!e Beth Am, Ray Berman, Temple Judea, Miriam Schmer-
ler, Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Lillian Ross, librarian.
Central Agency for Jewish Education, Abraham J. Gittelson,
Central Agency for Jewish Education, Richard Siegel, Tem-
ple Sinai of Norih Dcde, Rabbi Stanley Weiss, Yeshiva Day
School, Aryeh Rockach, Israel Shaliach.
Hiilel Students To Celebrate Purim
Student? of the Hil!el Com- -.ill offei Purim songs and the
munity Day School will present an
original Purim program Monrif"
10 a.m.. at the school, 21288
-eventh and eighth grade will
present an original play.
Rabbi Dov Bidnick. principal.
Biscaync Blvd. Nursery, kinder- -aid prizes will be awarded for the
garten, and fourth grade classes best costume to one boy and one
girl in each class. The PTA, under
th:- guidance of president Mrs.
Harvey Baxter,' will present the
children with Purim delicacies.
At the weekly Oneg Shabbat
program, Mrs. Carl Cohen, youth
co-ordinator for Temple Beth
Shalom, pre-kindergarten director
and regional chairman for Kadi-
mah groups for United Synagogue
Youth, will address the students
I on Friday, .it 10 a.m. Mrs. Cohen,
.'.hose son l.oren is a seventh
grade student at The Hiilel will
speak on "Youth Groups."
MIR,AM fRuO
Miriam Fried,
Israeli Violinist,
At Beth Sholom
i Fried, young
violinist, winner of the first prize
in the 1971 Queen Elizabeth of
- Mini competition, will appi...
in a Miami premiere violin recital
on Saturday, April 14 at 8:30 p
.it Temple Beth Sholom. at
to Judy Drucker, chairman of
i th Sholom Great Artists Si
which is sponsoring Miss Fried's
appearance
Miriam Fried was born in Ru-
a and emigrated t > Israel
. small child she graduated from
the Rubin Academy of Music in I
Aviv at the age of 16 11
i h ilai flip ti mi the America
ael Cultural Foundation, .-'.
n studied in Europe, at ind.
w : sity, and at the Juill ar I
- tiool of Music with Ivan
mian.
Tickets ore available at the
t< i ip office, the Miami Bei
Co., and the Allegro Music
House in Coral Gables.
Mrs. Freedman
Elected JWV 171
Post Commander
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
Jewish War Veterans, has elected
Mrs. Dora N. Freedman of WesJ
Miami as commander.
Mrs Freedman. a yeoman in the
US Navy during VVW 2. will be
-tailed for the 1973-74 term on
Thursday. April 12, at 8 p.m. at
Pythian Hall, 4601 West Flagler
St.
Other officers to be installed are
bi nior vice commander Charles
Esterman, junior vice commander
Leonard S. Davis, judge advocate
Ralph Rosofsy, surgeon Dr. Rubin
C. Slater, and three year trustee
Edward W. Brenner.
Mrs. Esther Jacobs will be in-
stalled the same evening as pres-
ident of the Norman Bruce Brown
Ladies Auxiliary 174.
Book Review Slated
Ohev Shalom Sisterhood will
meet Wednesday noon in the syna-
gogue social hall. Program will fea-
ture a review of "My Father Sho-
lom Aleichem" by Marie Waife
Goldberg, presented by Shalamith
Cohen.
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Pantry
Hotpoint range and oven
Hotpoint trost-free. two-door
relrigerator-freezer ttolpcrlnl
Hood and (an
Hotpoint dishwasher and disposal
Master TV. outlets and prc-wired
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Elevator in each building
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LlGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICi
LtGAL NOTICE
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William Hofsfadter
Allan Wineberp

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at Tempi'
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ple Einar
a seventh
Junior Hi
Allan's
Mrs. Mav
Vinberi.
The c.\
with a r
Ballroor,-
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son (if Mr. and
Vii 'berg, will become
. Saturday, March 17
E lanu-El.
iduate of the Tern-
E! Religious School and
i li student at Nautilus
- iooI.
Iparents, Mr. and
Malamed and rlyman
rill .iitcnd the event.
v. ill bo honored
m in the Friedland
Temple Emanu-El
OS< Alt KEI.DENKREIS
Oscar ~i : Mr. and Mrs. George
Feldei 'mi ';! become ;> Bar
Mitzv:.!i .r :;ile Monorail Sal
urda '. March 17.
Osc.ir -.'Vi-nth grade stu
dent ..' Hebrew Academy.
Fol!"V '- ices there will be
ilunch.i < Teniwle Menorah
bn -' n I and Saturday eve-
r thi be a reception and
m. ho Oscar at the Play-
Plaza
KEIP PEARLMAN
ieid Alan -on of Dr. and Mrs.
d Pearlman, will observe his
p- Mitzvah during Shabbat serv-
ice-; at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday. March 17.
The celebrant is in the seventh
made at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and a member of the
Torah class at the Beth Torah Har-
old Wolk Religious School
Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will
include Reid's grandparents, Mr. |
and Mrs. joe Pearlman of Key West
and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Click-
man,

WILLIAM HOFSTADTEH
Earlj morning services at Beth
Torah Congregation Saturday.
March 17. will include the Bar
Mitzvah of William, sen of Mr.
; nd Mi-- Newton Hofstadter.
William is in the seventh made
at Jchn F. Kennedy Junior High
Schoi 1 and is now a student in the
fifth grade at Beth Torah Harold
Wolk Religious School. He is on
his high school's student council
and is a member of the North Mi-
ami Beach optimist Basketball
League.
William will be honored at the
Kiddush following the service.
Among guests "ill be his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marry
C 'hen of Miami Beach.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 13
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN till)I
I:.....ild I Hnrnn, Trustee holder of
Count} Tax Bale CertiflcaK No 7736
Issued il" 1st rtay "f June. A.D 1970,
lias ill. il same iii ihr 'l";i\ Collector's
..rii.. ,in i;ix deed i" lie lasucd thereon Said
.... embraces Ihr f dlow ins
descrthi Dad. State .a Klorldn. to-w-it:
I...i iii llloek T. Hampton Park,
Plal Hook In Pane ". Seetlon 31.
Township '' South, Range I"
East, containing M acres more
i.i- i. ss In Hi. County of Dade,
State "f Klorldn.
The li---.-in. hi i.i mid propertj un-
der Hi. said certificate wan in the
name of: William llell
Cnl.s* said certificate shall he re-(
.1, in.-, i ordlng in law the property I
I, i .i hen in ^^ ni be -.iii i" the'
lii::li. -i I.i.hi- for .'.i-li I the Court-
house door "ii tin- firs! Monday In the
month of April. IH7.1. which i- Ihe 2nd
dni ... Vpi II. 1073. .ii 10:31 A.M.
Dated this 27th day of February.
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RICHARD P. BIIINKEH
Clerk Circuit Court.
I lade County. Florida
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTII i: IS HEREBY; UIVBN lhal
i1 undei -i-.: a. delIrlnfl lo elm
iu ess under the fictitious name "i"
K EG UAH ai I ii"-' X VV. T ,. Avenue.
M i..mi. Fla Intends lo rcalslei Bald
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IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 7". 559
JOHN R. BLANTON
in RE: i:-:< Df
I'.KISTHA Si 11 AI X
Deceits) a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Cred I A I'm is
inu 'laim* 1.1 1. mandii
EstaU
Y"ii :ii->- hereby notified and renulred
to present ion claim* di n......I-
tvhlch you may hav> agal <-' tin-
tale "i
late .a Dadi
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file the Minn
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-183
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
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MACRICE MIGAT55.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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-
,.... | i it i fled and n
In i.i '- in any claims and di n
w hi. v ou "i I' I '
tuti ol MAI lib i: Mll \TZ '
late "f Dade County. Florida, i" the
Cin ull Judged id 11...I. Count: I
file Ihe Mini, in duplicate and as Pn -
vlded in Section 733.111 Florida Stat-
il'. -s. in their offices iii the '
Courthouse In Dade Counts I
n nli i all ndni monthf from
I time "I the firal publication he i
c or th. name n ill i' barred
Dated hi Miami. Florida, ihb
das "l March. A.D. 1973.
FRAN" "ES M ii: AT/.
Ak Admlnixtratrix I'T v.
Find i.nl.I-. al Ion : ihln nol
i in nth dn > March, 1973,
- Slitnx, HAYS .< (IHrXDWBRI!
Attorney for Vdmlnletratrix. T \
il'is AIiihIi \ riulli
Miami. Flni Id i

IhI
Hav-
Sald
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 12
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
N'i'llii: IS I'KKKI'.Y niVRN thai
Ronald I llaron. Truatee holder _of
County Tax Sale Certificate N" "T;l
iHHUed ill. i-t daj "i June, A I >. II>70,
lm~ filed name In the Tax Colleetor-
office, ;ii"l Inis made application for a
,.,x deed i" I" laaued thereon Saul
Certiflriit. embnteen the following de-
,, ,i,v,i propert> In the Counts of
Stall il Florida. i"- ii:
E T". fi "I VV is., fi .a S, of X".
ol si:1, of SE1 of SR'j AKA
i...i j Hlock 13, Truman City
r R, Section 31. Township
Soutl RniiKi l" Eaat, contalnlnu
.-js ;i. i. more or Ii w, In Ihe
Counts of I'.i'l'. Btate of Florida.
The ..- essmenl of aald property un-
l.-r ih. -..'.I certificate wan In the
name l Mai > Jackaon
i s.ii.l erl If lea ti ahall re-
li-i-m. ......rditiK i" law. thi prop-
licil herein mil I" sold lo
, the lin.-li.-i bidder for cnah nl Ihe
CourthoUM door on the Oral M.....lay
in ih......Ith nf April. 1973. w In. Ii !-"
the 2nd das of April. 1973. al 10:30
* Vl .. .
Dated i>-i> 27th day "t February.
1973
RICHARD P BRIXKER
Clerk Cirruit Cout'
Dade County. Florida
r.v r P. i luldai rand D.C
,circuit Court Seali
a 2-9-n
ut.-. in their offli ee
Courthoum In Dadi '
.vitliin si\ calendar m
tlmi of thi firm euia

i he .mil- w ill I., barred
Filed hi Miami. Florida
of February. \ D. 1973
> E< H. Sell AT/
A- Executor
Find mil.I at Inn of tln.-
th, 23rd day "t Fi bruary
ABE K' >SS
Attorin v fi Eatate
i"l N VV. i-'ili Avenue. Miami.
' '"UlllV 1
in -. Florida,
m Ihe
I i. of, or
i'. da v

1973
Fin.
I "Shalom to Sprinq" is the theme of the Temple Israel Sister-
hood luncheon to be held Wednesday noon in the Eden
Roc Hotel. Seme members ol the committee are leit to right
(seated, Mis Sidney Ratiel. and Mrs. loseph Rufiner, co-
chairman. From left to right (standing) Mrs. Joseph Bulbin.
Mrs Morris Graff. Mrs. Harry Elson. Mrs. Jack Schilhnger.
I Mrs. Men is Greene. Mrs. Louis Adler. Mrs. Anshel Rackoft
I und Mrs. William H. Lee. Mrs. Howard Novell is Sisterhood
president. Luncheon program will feature a musical revue
with sinaer Napoleon Reed and company.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX OEEO
Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 11
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEKEIIY (SIVEN that
;...,., i,I I Baron, Truatee holder ol
'"iintv Til* Sale Certificate No, 7.33
KMued th< i-i day of June. A.D. 1879.
.as filed name in the Tax Collectnr'ti
and baa mad., application ror
i iax deed to laaued thereon. Said
-. niii, .ii. embrace* the follow-In* de-
riheil property In the Counts' of
Dade State of Florida. t"- it:
E i-'i it of VV :::'." ft "f S%-84-
NE'.-SE'.-XE'i-I.eMi N 25 n
AKA l."i t Block 12. Truman City
I" II Section '.! Townahlp 53
South, Ranite i" Bast, containing:
i ...... more or leas. In the
Counts of Dade. Btate "f Florida
..in. nl nf -:ii'l property
undei Hi. cald certlficati wm In the
name "i Arthur <" Pedlcan r o Edna
Vnlt-iw aald certificate ahall hi re-
leemed according i" law. Ihe property
I, rihed herein will he sold Ihe
hisheid bidder f..r caxh al the t ourt-
' .... door ..ii the find Monday In ih.
month of April. 1973, which la the 2nd
lav .-.i April, 1973, al U W V x' ,
rtait-d tin- -'Till day "i February.
RICHARD P BRINKEU.
. ,., .'it ull 'nurt,
I i.i.i. Counts Florida
Rs P F fluldMtrand D.C
,,-,,,,, curl Seal) ., ,, ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7S-4014
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE
in the ma I r of:
Adopt ."ii of Minor Chlldrei by
Stepfather. REORUE v\ VI OSTEIN.
Pelll.......i
V> I: N. ..i.i v |o I ii..u
p i Box iji"
Meosiii Cyprua
VOl', NEOPHVTtS KROCSSlOTtS,
,,i, herebs ntlfli A tha I ti Pi i tlon for
Adoption has been riled In ihe above
-mi,.I Court by OEOUC.E VVAI.D-
STEIN, for Hi" ortoptloii ol tin iniii"!
children, tnini.lv. Menelnoa litnus-
sii.ti.-. and Antil DroUBalotl*. and >-ou
are herebs required In serve n copy "f
your anasver or pleading t" ahow
cauae why w Id Petition should i"-'
he granted ui.n tin- Attorney for Pe-
titioner JERRY A Bl RN8 Cits
Hank Building, Miami, Florida 33130.
ami file the original nnawci..... plead-
ing In the office of tl" lerk of the
rircull Court "ii or befon the 28 das
i.f Man h. 1973. If you rail t t do no, n
Decrei will he entered gainst you
granting said adoption.
WITNESS nn hand and aenl "
Miami. Dade Counts-. Florida, this !
day "i Feh 1973
KICHARD P. BRINKBB
('l.-k "f i 'it. ttit Court
I'.-i.l.v County, Florida
Itv K. M KI88EE
in-puti Clerk
JERRY A. BI-BNS
i Attnrnes for Petitioner
...i\ t iiv National Bank Building
.Miami. Florida 33130
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-3949
COMPLAINT TO QUIET TITLE
NOTICE OF ACTION.
CHARLES GKRTIJSU, nnd
mi.PA QERTTJSR ltis wife.
Plaintiffs.
ALL '%1i~' Tin: HEIRS, DEVrSEES.
LEGATEES, AND THE GRANTEES, i
ASSIGNEES, IJENORS CCKPITORS.
.TRUSTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS.
CLAIMING BY. THROCGH, CNDER
I <>|{ AGAINST CATHERINE BAR- (
BARA MacRAE, AI Si i KNOWN AS
C VSSli: II MacRAE, DEt'E \SKI>.
AND AGAINST All. PERSONS HAV-
1 ING OR CLAIMING ANY RIGH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EN thai
the undendgi 'I. dealting to i I
*n uii.). r tl i. '
ARI.ENE ARMS APARTMENTS .1
215 3oth Sit.-, t. Miami Re :i h. FI I
int. nils t*. register said name w
i 'lerk "f ih. i 'In ult i "Utt "t Dade
County, Floi da
GARY ASSi "'i vtks INC.
a Florlrln corporation
RS ll.it -. 'A Ite, Presldi t
\. Ihoii \- i-, |dm P A
Mtnrni for
' nn v A--... int. -. Inr
I 11 :r. k':n" ("... at-.-
Miami Bi... h. Florida 33151
2 23 :: i-9-lli
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-673
FRANK B. DOWLING
III i:i: Kstali "I
LILLIAN FEINBERO
Heceaa. !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* H
lug Claims or Demands Agali Sn I
Estate:
>'"U are herebj notified and retic *
I., in-. .. ai bus 1.1.i-i- and di
which v..n mav havi agalnal the es-
tate nl LILLIAN FKINBERG I
, ,......i latt ol Dnde County. Flor
It., the Circuit Judges of Dadi Coui
I an.I file the sam- In duplicate I
| provided in Si etlon 733.1*1 da
Statute*, hi il'.it offices In 'in- C u
I is i 'nurlhouxe In Dnili Counts FI
within alx calendar monthi from
the time of the first publication hi n
of, or ih. name will b.- barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this I3tn
,i,,v ,.f February. A P 1973
MYIIA FELDOREUER
A- Executrix
i-'it-t publication of this notl i
the "ih day of Mnn-h. I97S.
GROVBR WEIN8TEIN STACBBR,
P. A.
Bv: 8HERWIN STAl'BEK, B8Q
Attorney for Eatate of
i iiii.-in Feinbenr. dee'd
3.10 Lin. "In Road
:: ... I6-28-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVE>
the underalgned, desiring to i ngnge n
business under tin fictitious name nf
LEN REALTY nl tan All Baba Ave-
nue, l Ipa Locka. Fla. Intends t" reg
later sai.l name with the Clerk of Ihe
cit-.uti durt "i Bade County. Floi da.
LEONARD PECHENIK
:( 9-16-23-30
.
v 0f
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undendgned dealrlng t" engage l*
liusiness under Hie fictitious name ..f
|.|tAl"i Pl'B al M53 S \V. RUl Street.
Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of Ihe Cin ull
Courl of Dade Counts. Florida,
HY BVAL
Miriam Beckernian
Minrii'v f"t applicant
is"-. S W 3rd Avenue
Miami. Fla. ,, .,

*
H*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
i,ml, r Hi.- fictitious name nl
MARtiARET APARTMENTS lit IM1
I., :,..v. Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
, i, ,i, ,,i the Circuit < ourl "i Dade
County, Florida ... ,
GARY ASSOCIATES. INC .
a Florida corporation
r.v ll.it i v White, Pi ealdi nl
KELSON .v. FBI OMAN. P A
Attorm v for Oars Associates, Inc.
11 35 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach. Fla, 831S4....... n
TITLE Oil INTEREST IN THE REAL
PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED,
Defendants ,
TO M.I. OF Till-. HEIRS. DBA I-
SEB, LEGATEES AND THE
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES.
LIENORS, CRE1MTORS.
TRl'STEES OR OTHER
il MM ^NTS. CLAIMING FV.
THROI'GH CNDER OR
AGAINST CATHERINK.BAR-
BARA MacRAE. ALSO KNOWN
AS CA88IE B. MacRAE. DE-
CEASED. VND AG VINST M I
PERSONS HAVING "K CLAIM-
ING ANY RIGHT TITI E OR
INTEREST IN" Till-: REAL
PROPERTY HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED, to Wit:
Trad Nine (91 ol Bio. k I H e Hi
of Section Thirty '""' Township
Flftv-seven (.".Ti South. Range
Thlrtv-nlne (3"i Knt of MIAMI
LWD .\ DEA*EI/PMENT COM-
PANY'S Suh-dlvl*lnn. according
t" a man made by th< Blacayne
Engineering Comnany C E and
recorded In Plat Book S. oti age
in |, the Office "f Ihi I I" rk ol
the cii-.uit Courl In and for Dadi
County. Florida
You. and each ol you. are notified
thai ." Complalnl m Qulel Title lo the
abovi described properts hat heel
filed ngalnsl you and v. u are re-
oulred lo serve n cops of your writ-
ten defenses if any, m Charles Oert-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-24828
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
MILDRED BTRAl'CH,
Plaintiff
v s
MASON MOSLEY, ., single man,
1 tefendnnt
TO MASON MOSLEY. a slngli man
(Residence unknou n i
and
l-:a.li ami all unknown persons, par-
ties and defendants who claim by,
through, under "i- against Ihe afoi
, said .M VS' IN Ml I8LEY, B slngli n n,
i whether as spouses, heirs, d -.
grantees, assignees lienors creditors,
trustees or otherwise us to each nnd
I all of \vli"in i. siil. in is unknown.
and
Each and till unknown persons, par-
ties and defi ndantt as t" eai li ana
:UI of whom resldei ce is unknown,
having or claiming i" have any right,
tit!.- or Interest In or lo Ihe rolloi
described property, which is Ihe sul
led matter of Ihe above styled causa,
X1',.t i. Block l. bi 'NCI il-: PARK.
Rcenrdlna to Ihe p!a1 Ihi reof, is
recorded in Plnl Book SO, al Page
20, ..r the Public Ri cords "f Dnde
Countv, Florida.
YOC. AND EACH OF TOIL are
herebs notified that a Complalnl '
been filed bv Ihi abos-i named Plain-
tiff agalnal you nnd each "t" you to
foreclose i mortgage on the aoovi de-
scribed property in the above styled
rause and vou and each "f vu >--
herein' n nuln 'l lo ti'.- an Anss
tli.--

Principals in luncheon oi Hebrew Academy Women honor-
ing 4s. Emanuel Ungar as 'Woman ot Valor are shown
at luncheon held at home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Schechter.
From toft are Mr. and Mrs. Ungar and Mrs Nina Schechter.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned desiring l< engage In
i, r ii,,. ii. ti i..u- ii..in. "i
Tony and Barbj F i I Ions ..t "
-. sit" i iii.ii.aii. Pla Intend i" reg-
iter said name with ih.- Cli rk i i the
circuit. Court of Pad' County. Florida
Miguel Gam -
Mai" t Garcea
Ro-olfo Crr- t/atu
a
nuiel title.
Dated nl Ml iml f lor I i
dav ol February, "::>.......,
RU-HARD P BRINKBR,
Clerk. Cin uii i
p., i. RNEEDBN
Charli i Gi rtl; r B
\.;,.in.-v for Plaintiffs
SSamV'i -IdaMIW
/SI I t-t-U
",::- ..id. rw Ise thi
ID nmnlalnl vv ill be
bVDONK -'"'I ORDERED al Ih
,-.!,,. Courthouse. Miami. Fsorlda,
""- aw, 'bbW


Page 10-C
-Jmidh Fharffian
Friday, March 16, 1973
lEGAl MOTICf
LEGAL NOTICf
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY C.IVKN thai
the undersigned, desirinK I" engage in
business under the fictitious name
of DREXEI. PI.AZA AHAHTMKXTS
at 1218 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court
of Dad? County. Florida
HANCOCK INDISTRIKS. INC.
a Florida corporation *
By: Lester H. Yavlts. V.....Pres
Nelaon & Feldmnn, PA.
Attorney! for
Hancock Industries. Inc.
11SS Kan*' I 'oneourse
Miami Beach, Florida
! 83 i 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnjt to enmtlte In
business under Uie fictitious name ol
VIRGILIOS BXCLVBIVE FASHIONS
at 2!50 Blacayne Boulevard, Miami.
Fla. B3137 Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
llade Countv Florida
MA HI A A. "I.A M>
2 23 :: 2--16
NOTICE OK AC .ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3963
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
DONAIJj 8 GREEN LEAF. Husband
RUTH G QREENLEAF Wife
TO: Rl'TII i: QREENLEAF
Route 3. Boat 463-D
Boone. North t'arolina 2si".07
V >l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riane has been filed attains! you and
you an required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to (t
on IVWin M OON8HAK, attorney
for Petitioner whose address is 14971
N W. 7lh Street. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the elerk of
The above styled court on or hefore
March 28, IST3: otherwise a default
Will he entered against you for the re-
lief demanded- in the complaint or
pel ition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of -aid eourt at Miami. Florida on!
this 10 dav of February. I97J.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By R. M KISSER-
\- Deputy CU-rk
fCIrculi Court Seal)
DAVID M OONSHAK
'!!: N W Tlh Street
Mlam Florida 33I3S
, n 1 for Petitioner
: 33 3 2-6-16
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 lak Brook Drive So -l
WilllamsvJlle. New York
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I that a petition for Dissolution of your
i Marriage has been filed and com-
menced In this court and you are re
quired to serve s copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it 'in Joseph
SCHMIBR, Esquire, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 605 Lincoln
Road, Suite 208, Miami Beach, Fla
and file the original with the elerk
of the above styled court on or before
April t. 1973: othcrui.. .i default will
bi entered against you for the relief
braved for in the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said eourt at Miami, Florida on this
26 dav of February. 1973
ItlCHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
By 1. BNEBDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
.li iSKI'H SCHMIER
605 Lincoln Hond
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
3 ? <> in-?.?
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
General Jurisdiction
Case No. 73-3941
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
AOOSTINO Dl GREG< >RH '.
Husband,
MARJOBIE DI GREGORIO,
Wife
Tti: Mariorie Di Gregorio
38 Hampton Place
Freeport, New York
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
HARVEY RICHMAN attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 120 Lin-
coln Road. Suite 562. Miami Beai h,
Florida 33139. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before 28 March. 1978:
otherwise a judgment may 1.....n-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded ill the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
Rabbi Gross Sets
Report On Mission
Kabbi Alexander S. Gross was bration of Israel's 25th anniversary
report on his ju--t-concluded May 6 and 7.
.Myron J. Brodie. executive vice
president of Federation, was to
report on increased local needs of
the CJA-IKF campaign, of which
the Hebrew Academy is a benefi
ciary agency.
said c
16 day
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 MARRIAoE IF
M :.l IAM BETH BI..
I I aml-Petliiuner
. URI \ K. BETHEL
w Ife Respondent
TO HI .OR! A K BETHKL
16 PADMORE DRIVE
KINGSTON JAMAICA
Y H niX>RlA K RKTHEL, are
-in i itlfled thai a Petition for
solution .d Man lagi filed
againsl \ -ij and you :ii'- required to
servi a copy of your Answer or Plead
' Petfl n for Dh s< lutlon of
Mai i I ige on (hi Husbu nd -Petitfoi -
ittornej Ronald I. Davis Bso.
I- \ 417 Bin ayn< Building, IS W
i r Street. Mlai Florida
PI and file the original
vn .or oi Pli adlna In thi office of the
k of I hi I 'in in Ci iurl on m before
. da v nl Aon! 1973 If you fail
bo, iudgmei I bj default will i-
entered against you for the relief de-
n led in the P< i Won for Dissolu-'
'
THIS N'OTICE shall be published
mice ach week for four I.....nsecu-
, THE JEWISH I--i 'li-
lt 11A V
DONE VND ORDERED al Miami
Florida 'his 1 dav of March, 1973
IICHARD P BRINKER Clerk
Circuit Court
I iade Counts Florida
By i' P i"' "PEl ami
Denutv Clerk
(i lit ourl S.ali
S/9-18-2S-S"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-5184
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MAHHIAUK OF JACiiB Tt IMS.
HUSBAND,
and
KAltIK TFB1S. WIFE.
TO: SAD1F, TUBIS
r/o S. J. TOl'KETZKY
10 Dvton Road
Kdiwin. New Jersey asm 7
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rinse haw been filed agalnsl you and
you are required to serve a cony of
your written defenses, if any. to ft
on Martin Starr, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 42" Lincoln
Road Miami Beach, Florida 881S*.
and file the original with the clerk
of th.- above styled court on or be-
fore April 11th. 1!i7rt: otherwise a de-
fault will he entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
oi m tltlon.
Ttiis notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3 laj of Mar. h 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
v Clerk. Circuit Court
Mv 1 SYKI.'lil.-v
As Denutv Clerk
fi ircuit Court s.a I
Martin Starr
126 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Floi
v irnei for Petitioner
" tt.lfl '>?.so
_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious "am" of
H,M\v ENTERPRISES l '-> N K.
ISSth Street. North Miami Head. Fla
intends to register said name with th.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade'
County. Flo, i,i i
SYLVIA DIAMOND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 72-21156
NOTICE OF ACTION
In !! The Marriage i >f
BONNIE FA YE PORTER.
Wife.
and
; ARTHUR HERBERT PORTER, JR.
1 Husband
TO: ARTHUH HERBERT
PORTER, JR.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED lhal an a
Ition for dissolution of marriage has
been filed agalnal you and you are
required to serve a copy of your writ
ten defenses, if .mv. to it on LEVEN-
SON ft RICHMAN II e wif< 's attor-
| neys, whose addresr Is 19 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Florida. 33130, on
or In fot March 29. 1973, and file
Ihi oi Iglnal with the Clerk of this
''"mi. either before service on the
| wife's attorneys oi Immediate!) there-
aflei othi r se, .. di fault vv ill be i
: ngainsl you for the relief di
mantled in the Petition for Dissolutloi
of Mil i lags
WITNESS nu hand .iifl the seal
this (."tiit on February 15 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER,
A i ':. i i, ,.j it,, i 'ourl
0\ r P COPELAND
I'. uuiv Clerk
tCireull "Hi t Seal i
I.KVKNSl IN A RH H.MAN
Attornrv for Wife.
19 \\ e-i Flagler Street.
Mlam l-'i-a Ida M ::
f305l 71 1522
2 23 ".':
nurt at Miami. Florida on this
of February, 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: I. Sneeden
Denuty Clerk
S 23 :; 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,.t
SEYMOUR HOTEL AND APART.
MENT8 at 945 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Miami Beach, Florida intends to reg-
ister saiil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad, County Florida
HANCOCK INDUSTRIES, INC,
a Florida corporation
By: Lester ll Yavlts, Vice President
Nelson X- Feldman. PA.
Attorneys for
Hancock industries. Inc.
I |3fi Kane Concourse
Miami Beach. Fla. :'.::i",4
:: 2-9-16
10
survey mission to Israel Thursday
night at a pre-Purim Seudah at his
Miami Beach home.
The meeting was scheduled in
behalf of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's 1973 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund.
Officers, directors and trustees
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy were to hear a first-hand
report from their principal on the
continuing, record-setting immi-
gration of Soviet Jews and on
preparations for the official cele-
ORT Day Luncheon
South Dade Chapter. Women's
American ORT, will mark "ORV
Day'" at a luncheon Tuesda'
March 27, at 10 a.m.. in the l
of Kerry Krely. 1006 SW
St. In charge of reservatitv
Rachel Rich and Shirley K \
Obituaries
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fii litlous name of
ARDLE ASSOCIATES at 1201 20th
Street, Miami Beach, Fla Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Sole 'u tier
RACHEL D LEVINE
k'w Itney .< Kroop
Attorney for applicant
Suite 512, 42 Miami Peach. Fla.
; 3 ;.o-iC
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign* desiring to vzau-- in
business under the fictitious name of
THE TOWERS OF WESTLAND. INC
d b h THE TOW BRS I >H W EST-
LAND, at Dad, Countv. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
ci.rk ( the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, Florida.
THE TOW ERS OF WESTI AND. INC
By: Luis Felipe de la i Yui.
d< nt
HARRIS A SIRKIN. P A
Al lornej for Applicant
Dad,- Federal Building
Miami. Florida 33131
* 23 3 rr-f-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N.nTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..I
DIXIE GARDENS APARTMENTS al
1485U Weal Dixie Highway, Worth Mi-
ni Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
HANCOCK INDl'STRIES. INC.
a Florida corporation
By: Lester H Yavitx, Vlce-PresUJenl
N.lson \- Feldman. PA.
Attorneys for
Hancock Industries. Inc.
113T. Kane Concourse
Miami ll.ach. Fin. 33154
i 13 3 ?-9-1R
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
buainess under the fictitious name of
R It UPHOLSTERY & SKAT COV-
ERS at 5243 SW. Sth Street Miami.
Fla. intend to register said name
with the Cleri< of the Circuit Court of
Daile County. Florida.
RAUL D FORTES
RAMON ESTRADA
3/2-9-1R-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1159
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
PHILIP KRAIS
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claim- or Demand- Agalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reaiured
to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnal the es-
tate of Philip Kraus deceased late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit
Judges of Dad- Countv and file the
same in duplicate and as provided iii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-2660
IN RE
\ I IPTII in i IF
JEFFREY JOSEPH MINTZ
HY ALFRED F NE8BITT
NOTICE TO ADOPT
TO: GILBERT MINTZ
Lombard, Illinois
and
TO ALL OTHER PERSONS
The Petition of ALFRED F NE8-
HITT to adopt JEFFREY JOSEPH
MINTZ has been filed in this cause
Said Petition will be presented to this
Court before the Honorable GRADY
I. CRAWFORD In his Chamhers In
the Dade County Courthouse on April
T.. 1973. at 9:00 A.M.
Notice is hereby given to all those
Interested in said proceedings of the
intended adontlon.
Itl'RXETT ROTH
Attorney for ALFRED F NESP.ITT
j 420 Lincoln Itosd
| Miami Beach. Florida
To be published four consecutive weeks
, in the Jewish Floridian.
I M3-S3-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1399
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
EDITH WEISS
D.c, ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yen ar, hereby notified and required
to present any claim- and demands
which you may have agalnal the es-
tate of EDITH WEISS dec ased I ite
of Dad,- County, Florida to the cir-
cuit Judges of Dad,- Countv and file;
the -ante in duplicate rend as pro-
vided In Section TS3 in
ABRAMOWITZ. Nathan. 7T ..f Holly-
w.....I Kiversldi
BERGER. Sophia, 31. of KMB River-
side,
GOLDENBERG. Harry. 14. of MB.
New man
GREENFIELD. Jennie, 84, ol MB
Riverside Intermenl Ml Nebo.
HAUSEN. Anna Kapoport, M. "f
MB. Riverside.
HERSHKOVITZ. Sarah. 90, of MB.
New Ilia ii
higgins. Sara .i of MB Newman.
flOSA. Albert, "I .Miami Riverside.
Interment Ml -
SHORE. Samuel. 63, of MB Newman
WERTHEIMER. Herbert, 71, of MB.
Riverside
bleefeld. Benjamin, 78. of MB.
New man
BOLNER. Saul. 58, of MB Gordon.
3RAUFMAN. Lilly, 7''. 100 Lini
lid Mli lav hi
3URDAH. i :,i.-.-a- -I of MB Gordon
SPSTEIN. Margan t 71, ol M ''
\ew man.
LEVITT. Morn- B Ii", 2823 NE 201sl
Terr NMB Blasherg
OSTER. Sarah, id MB l-evltl
?AVLOVE, Oscar, 83, of MB Rlv*r-
-id.
ROSEN. Morrit 78 lbtil NW '
a v. fiord
Shedlin. Floret Schw trta if
Ml'. Rlvei
BLEFGEN. Man Dotterer of
Fort Lauderdali Rl
EINSOHN. Louis, 76, MB I'-

HENENFIELD, SI,, ruin. 13, 8844 SW
145th Terr Gordon
HOROWITZ. Sam, 7" 2555 C
Avi MB Rlversldi
KALISH. Dora 83 MB Riverside.
Int. rmenl Mt. Sinai
LUB'N, Morris, 79, 2340 Collins \v. .
MB Blasberg
MASLOW. Ma\. 77 255S Collins Avi .
MB Riverside.
padnick. saimnl. -4. of MB River-
side
SCHLEIDER. Jos.iih 83, 13650 NE
3rd Ct. Blasbi rg
SOBEL. I...... 66. of Hallan
Cordon Interment Mt \
szerlip. Marcella. 72, 1022 Bay
Dr MB Riverside
BLUMENTHAL. Leo '! 7c ..f
NMB Rivrsnle Internnnt Mt.
Sinai
GLASS. Ham S.. 77. ..f MB. River-
side
SCHLESINGER. Arthur I!. of MB
Riverside
SMOLIKOFF. Rebecca, 86, 11741 SW
177th Terr Gordon. Interment Star
of Da\ nl
tanowitz. Morris, of MB River-
side
ADLER. Edward, of Hial.ah Cordon.
APTEKAR. David. 86, 421 Michigan
Ave.. MB. Riverside. Interment
Star of Dav id
COHEN. Benjamin. 79. of Hallandalc
Blasberg
friedman. Benjamin. 74. 1619
Pennsylvania Ave., MB Blasberg.
GERSTEN. Lotlis. 86, Of MB River-
side
GURWITZ. Fannie. 79. of N Miami.
\eu man.
ISRAEL. David. 89. 9227. Collins
Ave Mil Riverside.
KARPLES. Svd R.. 64. r.no", Collins
Ave MB. Blasberg.
krislow, Hyraan, 68. S2 O.-ean
Dr.. MB. Blasberg
LUBIN. Morris. 79. 2340 Collins Ave..
MH Blasberg.
LIZABETH, Ida. 72. of Tamarae
Gordon.
MILLER. R.v. .',3. of MR. Cordon
Phillips. Marion. 7" of MR River-
side,
SCHLEIDER. Joseph. 84. 136S0 NE
3rd Ct Blasberg.
SCHWARTZ. Hen. 72. 3923 NE I6th
St Riverside
STERN. Arthur. 73. 2641 Collins Ave..
MB, RlVt Isolde
wachtel. Irene, 71. I0S5 Euclid
Am MB. Blasberg.
EASLEY. Ruth Lillian. 49. T,4il NYV
L':;id Place. Gordon Interment Mt
Nebo
HOFFMAN. Betty,
SIMHA. Saul. 72.
Gordon
STEPT. Abraham
Point Dr.. NMB.
WEITZMAN.
Dixie H w v
d MB. Rlversl '
f llollyvv.....1
09. ion Kings
Riverside
Morris. -9. 17400 W
Blasberg,
if Sunrise I..-v itt.
927 Euclid Ave .
i rmenl Mt Sin.u
.seidi. 75, of MB
9ARBASH. Ruth.
COHEN. Ethel, 80,
MB Gordon Inti
FElGENBAUM. J<
N.v\ man
GODFREY, Joseph, 77 of MB New-
man
GOLDBERG. Ida. 84, 2642 Collins
Avi MB Riverside
GREENBERG. Jean I.. 72, 216 I
SI MB Riverside
HANDWERKER. Aaron. 83 II
o in Di M B Rivi di
katz. Ida Dorothy, 73. ol M B
RlV el.-l'l.
MACKEY. Rebi ... of NMB I
MAYER. Reuben 72. of NMB Rlver-
sldi
V AN DEL. II, in v. 7. of M ami
Kiv r-i'ie
Rifkin. Lillian, 7::. 151 NE 52nd SI
Rlvei
SOBEL. Ruth 76 Of NMB Rivi
STEINHAUSER. Rubin, 49. of MB
Riverside
^unenzl^/i^el
ftiVIMi All M JTaTW
AMttl rAUlNfi IN THI IUI
Mf-on.
HctnONAi O.H.: D->*c-3efc|
MSMs ftMii.i p.aicrou Ai
865-2353
720 5*nfy first Struct
f '-;-- C I (', .,
4 CI-. I a I ion <, Of SllViCt
a in .heir ;,;;;;; t^at^inr^c2m;
< ourthousi in Dade County, Florida
six call ndar months from the
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open furry Doy Closed Sobbolh
1.40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.i s Only Strictly Jewnh
Monument Dealer
offices in the County Courthouse W:
Dade Countv. Florida, within s|j ral
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
Hill he haired.
Piled at Miami Florida, this I2nd
dav of February a d l"3.
EVA RkPKE
Barnetl Hank of Miami Beach, N \
r.v Robert h Raltman
As Executors
First publication of this notice on the
2nd dav of March. 197.1.
Richard CROSS
Attorneys for ESxecUl in
'')' Lincoln I:.. i I. Miami Reach Fla
2-9-16-23
th
time of th, first nubllcatl
or the same will bi barred
Dat.d at Miami. Florida, tins
lav of March. A D 1
Bernlce Drelfuss
Ai l-'vec utrii
Fir-t publication of this otlce
the 16 ''iv of m i... h i-.7;
RNYDER VOI'NG STERN *
'WVKNIIAIM
Harvev s Lanrber*. (~>f Counsel
M*..rne\-for Executrix
I7M N r. K4h Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
3 16-23-304
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miumi
444-0921 4444)922
Closed On Tke Sabbrth
rersonalized Memorials Custem
Crafted la Our Own Workshop.
JllemorialChapel
"JEWISH H)Nl*Al DIRECTORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATt
ARRANGEMENTS
I 947-2790 j
1338S W. DIXIE MWV., N M.
t


tiday. March 16. 1973
fJtmist Iksihlut
Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ieleventh judicial circuit
op florida. in and for
dade county.
Civil Action No. 73-4844
*:tion FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
MARRIAOE BETWEEN
|\ K .' N I. Mil .MAN
'..I
ftVlD SHIWIA.X
I DAVID S1UMAX
i Mr. and Mi -.
M itllam \i .nson
Truman Rond
u luu. Alnss,
Yo AUK HEHEHY NOTIFIED
action for Dissoluti......f Mar-
lias been riled against you nnrll
required lo nerve a cop) "'
*T11 I'M ill II Ml If, II ; 111 V I......n
RoYBR WEIXSTHIN \- STAI 1:1:1:
\ tii. k for Petlll.....r. whose ail
3 '" I Incoln Road. Minmi.
uu Florida. .Hid rile the original
iih clerk or Hi. above
n or before April I, IMS:
' n 'I' faull u ill lie in. r, d
you i"i ill.- relief cU-iiiiiiiiI.iI
n th conn
Thin noli. i |,ui.ii-
inch week i..i- 1:1 .-.m-. ui n .- neck*
in THE jew is11 ii c 11:ii ii.\\
W'"> i:ss n\' i,.i.i.i hi..i iii, -.-,,\ ,,(
urt at Miami, Florida, on this
r Feb.. in;-.
MCHARD P RRINKER
As ( "lerk. i 'ir.-uil i 'i'in-1.
J lade i 'i.untv. Florida
in I SNEKDBN
As DcnuO Clerk
Cnurl Si-ali
. WEIXSTE1N & STAfl-.El:.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN lhat
11)6 underpinned. desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name* ..i
HARI.I COMPANY (Not Incorporated);
IM'Roc COMI'ANY (Not Ini-oriHir-
nled) iii number It W. Flaglcr St
No. 211. in 111., City
Intend to registei
with Hi. Clerk ..f-ili. Cin-uil Court of
I lade i'..111111. Florida.
Dated al Miami. Florida. ihis S3
dav ..f I--.I.I u.ii v i-.; :
Alfred I). Itleli y
r.Lui iti.i.-i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
\\ in Stauher
n Road
. ... I. Kb.i da
. for I'..in loner


E 11TH CIRCUIT COUnT
I -DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 73-4895
IERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I he marriage >.i
<:itii:i:i:i:z
m. d.

i isi 'tierkbz.
>"NA XI OfTIERHEZ, reaUJ
Santa Elvira 572, Santiago.
n .inn. t.. fll,. your unsw .-r
im iiii.ui for dissolution of mar-
th 111. Clerk of the above
. .1 -in. .i copy tin r. ..I im..ii
. 'ohi II, IN.i IS10.I1 Col i-
-. n or before Anril -'. 1973 '
in.-ii ill be......i'.--, .1
. r. i. -.- !:
Richard P Rrlnkel
i 'lerk i 'ii-i-uii i 'nurl
i P COPEI.AND
11. nun Clerk
1 ..llll Seall
:: 2-5i-tfi 2.1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE ClhCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
styled IN RE: THE MAHHIAliE OF.
RAMON K. ltl\ ERA.
Husband
.,,1.1
MOIRA ItlVERA.
Will .
Tl i: Mi IIRA RIVERA
Smith Parish
Hamilton, Bermuda
..r MOIRA RIVERA
General P.O. Box 1240
Hamilton Bermuda
YOl' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
(hat aii a.-ii..ii for Dissolution of Mar-
riuge has been filed against you and
ii.u are required f
i our ii i ittin defein-
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, attorney
for Petitioner. lm>i nddress is 3737
S.W St.. Sni;. Iii'i. Miami. Florida I
:::;l::i Telephone 44A-ii4S.*i. and file
ih. ..i ifin.il with Ihe I-1.--I. ..I Hi. i
above Rl.vb'd court on or before April j
... in7::; otli.-i-w i-.- ;i default "ill I.....n-
li-reil Rguiusl \.-u for ili- relief lie-1
mnudi'il in ih.....mplnlni or pell......
IN THE CIRCUIT CvURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-4666
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAfiE IF
f Miami, II irlda. MAl:i ki.i.a JAM-: .MANX
Hi.- said mimes I Wife
llll.I
CHARLES c MANN
HuHband
TO CHARLES< MANN
I In l.i nn Street
Rlnsshurg, Peiinsytvnniii n;:.i.-
YOl', CHARLES C. .MANX, are
hereby notlfi lhat an hi lion for
DiHHolutlon ol Marrlaire has been
riled againM you and you are re-
iiuired I-. >.rv ;i ii.pi of your writ-
ten 'I. f. n-.- If any, to it on ARTHI'R
s DAVIS. Attorney f..r Petltl.....x.
M-iin Blsrayne Building, ill Weal
Fi.iL.-l. i- Street, Miami, Florida SS130.
and file Ihe original wlih the Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERV fllVEN that
tin- undersigned, deadrinR to engage In
business under the fictitious nam<- nf
AI'Ciia ai S8S0 S.W, 7"ili 81 reel,
South Miami, Dade County, Florida
IntendH lo i.-Kisiei mi Id name uitli
Hi. Clerk of tin- t ii-iuii Court of
I i;nl.- ('ounty. Plot nl.i
SOI TH FLORIDA Al'TO
PAINTERS, INC
By Morton ll. Roaen, Prenldent
k' SHENKMAN
4-'" l.i.....In Road
.Miami Ci-n.-h. Florida :::i"
t IB-23 :: :-:<
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1138
in RE:: Estate of
or tin- .-.linvi-styl. il Court nn or be- EVA UROW'.N
im-. April 4. I!.;:!, otherwise a Ii<-- Dei-eased,
faull nill In- entered nKuinsI you for
ill.- relli r demanded In the Complaint
it Petition,
This Nntlee shall he published once
each week for four ronaeeutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.nRiniAX
WITNESS inv hand ami tin- i. nl nf
said Court at Minmi. Florida, on thin
;k .lai of February, 1973
RICH \l:ii P. RRINKER
as Clerk Clreuil Courl
Dnde County Courthouse
Dade i 'ounti. Florida
By: I: M KfSSEE
liiinin Clerk
:v, n i "in ol n 'in ui' '..uii Seall
ii any, > ii on 2-S-1H-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NUMBER 73-1388
(Formerly County Judges Court)
In UK: Bstate .1
SADIE I.IIUJI.I..
11.. nsed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Creditors anil All per.....- Hav-
Ina Claims or Demamls AkbIiisi > I
Estate:
^'.u iiii hereby notifli-d and rettu '
1.. in-.-.-, ui aii.v rlaims and demanda
whieh you may huve aKaiusl thi i-s-
tni. ..1 SADIE I.IBELI. il..... J
late Dade County, Florida, '-. ihe
cinuii Judges of Dade County, and
illi- tin same In duplleale and as nro-
i Ided in Section 7 ::: I... Florida S
in..--, in their offices in the c.,untv
t*ourthouse in [)adf County, Florida,
\. iilim six enlendnr months from ilie
tini^ of th.- flrsl publlenllon hereof,
i or th.- snnit- i\-ill be barreil
Dated al .Miami Florida, this :;*
i of March. A Ii IH73
IRVINH I.I i:l-:i.l.
As Executor
Find publication of this i.........n
Hi. :uli v ..I Ml reh, IM"::
SIMON, HAYS \- QRCNDWERO
Attorney for Kxi rutor
.v Ainsl.-v BullllillC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All i redltora mid All Persons llav-
Iiik Claims in- Demands Against Said
Bstate
Vnu are hereby notified and reouired
in in-.-.m any ilnims and demands
uliii-h you may have against the >-
tatc .'I EVA UROWN, deceased late
ui Dnde County, Florida, in thi i ii-1 Miami. Florida 33132
cull Ju'Il-. s ..I Dade County, ami file ? !>-Hi-23-30
iln- sami in ilupli.ni.- nnii ns pro-
vided in Section 7J3.1B, Florida Btat-I--------------------------------------------------------------
ui.s. in ili.ii offices in ih. County ,m TMc r.iarniT roiiRT
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.I IN ,n and for
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Tins notice sin.II be published ....... CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4?56
....Ii week f'l four consecutive iveeks GEN ERA L JURISDICTION DIVISION
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIA.X ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
WITNESS nn hand ami tin -..il OF MARRIAGE
said court ..I Minmi, Florida on Ihis IN RE: MARRIAOF. OF
County, Florida,
iiitliin si\ calendar mmiihs from the
time ..f ill.- flrsl publication hereof or
Hi. -.inn will I..- burn 'I
Dated ill Miami, Florida, tins. 21sl
day ni' Februarj A.D IV7
\NNI :i"'i"i: l:lt( iw.V <:i 'I'W IN
KC'III B flORDON
A. JAY CHISTI il.
A- l!\.. Uli.is
First publication of this notice on
iln- ninl das nf March, l!>7 I
A JAY CRISTOL
Allornev i'"i Executors
21 Korlheasi Flrsl ,\vi nui
Minmi. Florida 33131
:: ;-r>-1;-:'::
2 .Inv nf Fell IV
RICHARD T RRINKER
As Clerk, 'in ml i '"in i
liml. Countv Florida
Hi I: M KISSEE
As I', nun Clerk
n in nn Courl Seall
FRI KDM AN AND I IPCI >N
>i WtVIN Ri ISS FRIEI >MA S
:.7::7 S W H Si Sin:,- I A*
Minmi. Florida 331 I
Telephone 44K-rttS'.
Ai lornev fi r Pet ii n-ni r
n.lC'23
JANII "E MARINI .
nn.I
JOSEPH MAUIXO
Ti i: .Ii iSEPH MARINO
'|i'. S:irni..i.-n Street
Baal Boston, Mnsvachuseitu
VOU AIM-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
. thai nn action for Dissolution of Mm--
, rlnsre has been filed nffnlnsl you and
you are ri nulred in serve a copy ..f
your v i-n l-n defenses, if any, to ii on
! MAX I' ENflEI. ni;..in.-! for Pet|.
iii.ii.i-. whose nddresi is I4fi| x w 17th
Vvenue, Miami, Florida, and file Ihe
I original "illi the clerk of the ahnve
slvb'd courl on or hefore April lib.
-7: otherwise r il.-fault "ill he n-
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 ol
III'TII AM RON
Di
. .1-. .1
,-1,-s
IN T- E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
PtADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-4926
TN \ir f. ni i,.|i ..I'
.Albert ... nn i .i ii fin '1
ami
Aurorn .l-l .......
NOTICE
To: Mad. Im.- ci-.iu n.i'il l.ivinastnn
and
Ty:> :: I .11 iliCMi-ll
You :n. ni.iiii.il Unit the above-
namud 1'. iii'.n. i--. ,\n,<-i t .1......... Craw-
ford ttr.i Aiu-.-i-a Johnson Crawford,
have til- -I n I- '.inm in Hi. al..ivi--
stvted i'.-iim I,.i ih,. ml. .hi i. ii ..f ihe
minor rhildreti named In thai petition
ftsdV" -ii-.- i-i.mmnn'l.-.l t.i serve a
copy o' ni I'liii.-n ii.-i'-n-i's, If any.
on H. i -.ii. Petit i-.ii.-rs' :it -
tornev. nlmn- n.l.lr.-.-s is km:. s..uih-
ili Avenue, Miami. Florida, on
April 1973. and file Ihe
with iii*- Clerk of 'hi* Court
efore service nn Petitioners'
or Immediately thereafter'
ti del mi' may '" i m< 'l
I hi for Ihe r* li. f il. inn ml. .1 in
i-.ii
CESS im hand mid iln seal ..(
nil al Minmi. Florida :l.i- Feb
'vii II \RD P DRINKER
.1, Of III. I 'If. nil '..Ill I
111 II ii K"MEK
|i,nin\ Clerk
:: 2-!i-lfi-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972
File-No. 73 A 10
(Chapter 197 iFS) 1972 Supplement each week for four consecutiVi
to Florida Statutes 1971) In THE H'WisM FI OR IDT AN
NOTICE IS IIKRKIIV (ilVEN thai WITNESS mv hand nnd thi senl
Ronald I Baron, Truste. holder of | of nid conn ni Miami. Florida this
fount) T;i\ Sale Certificate No. 7732.21dn> of R-hrnan I971
issued Ihe 1st daj ii June. A.D. 1 :-T IHCHXRDP RRINKER,
has filed same In th.- Tax Collector's A Clerk. Clrcu" Court
I office, and has made application for Dndn County Ptoridn
a tnv deed t.. in- issued thereon. Said. Bv R. R. SHEA
Certificate embraces the fulhiu'liui d. -, s Denutv Clerk
I scribed property in the County of Dnde, (Circuit Court Seal)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Creditors nnd All Persons Hnv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estati
Vou are hereby notified and required
in preaeiil any claims aui\ demands
which vou may have against il
tered agalnal you for h( relief ne- u,t'',>"\ ",' ''! m '"""V '
l 1" ih......mnlni,,, or netltlon '" "V1,, """ v i '' i1'"."'"- 1 ""',','.','
This notice shall be published once '.," Tmdc County, and file
Slate of Florida, to-wlt:
x i I oi -.';. iii.-.ii Haven Acres,
I'lat llooh 4." Page 77. Section 24,
Township .".': South, Range :::' Bast.
i contalnlnB .45 neres more or less,
in tin- County of Pad.-. State of
Florida.
Tin- assessment nf said pr......rty
under Ihe sni.I certificate was In the
name of: Vernersccry Rtrona
t'nl.ss said certificate shall In- re-
di in..I i.
described herein "ill In- aold to 'I
highest bidder for raah .-.' iln cun-
house ilm.r ..ii iln- flrsl Monday in ih
:: 2-fi-lfi 2.1
NOTICE or 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
rdfn-B I" law th- nroncrtv I GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
m.iiith ..( Anvil. IMS, which is tin 2nd NICHOLAS .1 N Mil.I l-'.ltl. JR.,
.im ..i April, l73. at i""." \ M i Husband
Datnl this '.'Till day nf February. ;""1
KARKNA NAtlLIERI. Wife
i--7::
RICHARD P. BRINKEI!
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
Hi p F (Suldstrnnd D.C
ii 'ii-.-uii '..in i s.-.ii i
:: :-!.; -23-31
-1 .im.- in duplicate ii ml as pro-
vided hi Section 733.1(1 Florida Stat-
utes, in iluir office* in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within hi calendar months fmni iln-
: nn nf iln- flrsl niil..i. aii.ni hen or, or
[hi in. w ill lie I.arc- ii
l-'ii. .I ai Miami. Florida, this ;n day
..I l-M'iu.i-.v. A.D. I!>7.1.
Max \ fll cm
Richard Amron
Florence Nusshnum
As- I'x'.-i-llt.ii-*
Flrsl publication .a ihis notii .
-in 2nd day of March, l!>73.
Henry Norton
Utornev I'm- ISatnte
i on: nisenyne Building
Miami. Florida S3I30
S --..ii;-_::
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6256
In RE: Estati nl
HERMAN I. SHAW
I i.-.-. .is. .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO \l I. PERSONS INTERESTED IM
I III. KSTATE OF SAID DEI EDENT.
Vou :u. In i'i In imIii.i il thai 11 \v lit -
lOll lll-ll II 111. I- I PU.IIOrtillg I" 1" II 'I
Insl -i ill and Ii -I.nil. nl of said 'I- i .'il -
.ni hue been admitted in said Court
Vou aii- li.r.-i.i commanded
six calendar months from tin date
..I il tir.-i publication uf Ihis notice
in appear In -aid Courl and show
cause, if am you can, hj thi a<
ii.......' paid Court in admlttlnu --aid
-viil I., probate slmuid imi stand re-
voked
FRANK i: IMiWI.INtl
Ci-ui'i Judge
RICHARD I' RRINKER
Clerk
ADER DISSEN NATHAN ESUS
nnd \i:i.S"X & FBI.DMAN, P A
Mi..i ney
113." Kane Coiicout -
p.nv Harbor Islni ib Flit
First publication of ihis not.....n
the '.. dai ni Mav. It, ,.'.7:.
3 : n..-::-:ai
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN Hint,
th.- underslgiicd. deslrinu m engage In
business under Ihe flctltloui mimi ot
PEDIATRIC PROFESSIONAL ASSO-
CIATES, P A ni TiiiH Cln'Ioway Road,
Miami, Fla. intends lo reglstet said
ii.-iiii. with th- Clerk -.i ih.- cii.uit
Court ..r Dade Cu.iiv. Florida
DRS STBMERMAN. BROWN AND
I \7. \i:i s
PRt IFESSK iXA I ASS' '1ATIOX
Snai Inn x-nn I. Rnakln A Hcllbronner,
P A
i tornevs (> inn x Riseni ne Roulevard
Miami. Kin.
:: p.16-33-30
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
\ I l:i:i:T STKPHEN i >P( ILKA,
llll.1...inI
Tn KARKNA NAflLIKRI ..,,|
1221" Ravlleh Way DEI1I1A VVONNB OPol.KA.
I lull illinl .Mall la ml \\ ,1,
M'l \i:i: HEREBY XtiTIFIBD y<>C. DKBRA VVON.NK OPol.KA.
Ihnl an action for Dissolution ol Mar- |{,-sidencr I'nknnwn, arr notified lo
rlagi ha.- been riled against you ami ,,.TA, ,.,,, ,.( yur answer in IHs-
i mhi are reiiuired in serve a copy -i Holutlon of Vltirrlagi filed against ynti
v.ui written defetiseH, if am. lo II ..,, Iiushalid's attorney, fJBoROE
nn DAVID I-: STONE, atlorncj for VICHOI AS, BI2 XW I2lh Avenue
I PelIIloner, whose address is l"l N w I Miami. Florida 3313H, and file origliuil
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, ami file ,vllli Clerk of this Courl ......r befori
tin- original with ih.- clerk of iln V,.V1| -. ,..T: otherwise ih. iiis.niu-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ,i..,s, styled .mni on or liefon Aprll.'n,,,, ,,,' Marriage "ill lie confessed l
IN T-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KLE EN1H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
KC'DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
BROBATE DIVISION
Prohatr No. 73-1233
CEORGE E SCHULZ
: 11 .. i
KRECK EL. n-iini i Ii
II Vtl.XN.
In RI
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Hi-ri
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VlHi
to pi
which
tate
TH
OTICE TO CREDITORS
. ill lor* ami All I'.
,ii 11. mni.ds Against Said
CASE NO. 73-4824
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE Till: M \RRI W1B IF
loSEPII FERNANDEZ
llu-l......I
.m.l
VTRICI \ FERN \M'i:Z
W,i.
n i PATRICIA FERNANDEZ
,n V le Plains Road
I Iroiiv, Ni m Vork
I- \ i'i:n -i A FERNA XI >FZ, ." !
in i. |i .i ilni nn net lou for I ns ,
..I' Marriage I --
Hi "U and i ,.|i in. i........I '..
I |'i7:!. ..ih. i ii Isi a .1. faull III b
ni,-,I iigalnsl you n-i- il"- uli' i lie-1
i in 'I.......mill'..........'""ii
This -..ii.. shall I.. publlsh<
. -i. ii i- ', for roil......ullxi
. -im: n:w isii i'i i iRIDI \\
WITNESS nn hand -l Ihi nl ol
,i,i ..ui i Bl Miami, l-'i'.i ni:..... i"'i>-
.- ,| ,i nl Feb Ik" :
RICHARD I' BRINKI I!
A 'I. ; ;.. i "In uli '"UI '
I in le i 'win: l Floi I I
Hi R M KISSEE
\ i im Clerl
nurl Seal i
nil
11 \-ri-|. Fi Ii : i:-7;
l:ii il \R|i r I'.RIXKI-'.i: Clerk
lo |. I'I'RRV I"'
::
..i ni vour written defense. |i will K STONE ESO
VRTHCR s DAVIS. STOXE & SOSTCIIIN, I" \
herein inni..... and reouired V""i > '-" Belli......r M Iln II nn \ v. id Wei.....
claims and demands ivm Building, !! West Flagb-r street, Minmi. Florida i:
have a -.linst the s- Florida 3313a, and flh ib.....'Iglnnl Atlornei for Petitioner
S '
il nli>
u may
RI'TH V KRECK EL formerly with Ihe clerk of Ihe "hove-atyled
\' HAOAN deceased late of Court, ......r hefore Anvil h, I9i3
niinty. Florida. ', the Circuit otherwise n defaiill will be entered
. Dnde County, and file the ngalnsl you ror ihe relief demanded
duplicate nnd ns provided In In the Comma in t or Petition
ii, Florida Statutes, In I This Notice shall be published nnce| ,(,,, undersigned, dcslrlna to engage In
ni..- in iln- County Courl '"h week foi four consecutive weeks, husluess tin.In- the rictltlnus name nf
, Dnde County. Florida with-1 THE JEWISH PI-ORIDIAX I'AI.Mix VSSOCIATES al 1497 North-
ihs from the lime WITNESS mv hnnd_ and seal of w.,1|<( ;,|, sin-, i. Miami. Floridi
NOTICE UNDF1 FICTITIOUS
N.lMK I AW
\. iT|i '!: Is HEREIN HIVE
Ih. Ullilersigliell ilesll..... I.....
I .1
IXC IMF T \N BARCKI O al
.
. .... i i
PETER BARCEI "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERV OIVRX Ihnl
tin unilersigueil, deslrlnit i.....gage in
Indgi
MUM
Secll"
their
house
In six ..I. i .l.i' m
of th.- first publication hereof, or tin
game w ill he barred
Dgt, .: nl Miami. Florida, Ihis '_'
To' Februarv. A I). l!'7:i.
[ANSI-: MEREDITH SULLIVAN
As Executrix
Firs' publication of this notice ol
the 2nd dav of March. 1"7::.
M. JAV BENNETT
Attorn, v f.n Exe.-iitrix
^N r. l'.'.'lh Street
North Miami. Florida ''"l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW l-il~"i. undi-r Iln- fn-tilimis mime '-I
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai UUI Kl: A. T, ,w ,:i:S c. .X |.. iXI IX IIM
ai Sun. 7":'. !>:..... s Dadeland Boule-
vnrd. Miami. Fin Intends lo register
-aid name uiili Ine Clerk ol Ihe Clrcull
Court ol Mad.- County, Florldn
RIVIERA ASSOCIATES LTD
m west Till SH.
dav
?f Februarv. 1973,
RICHARD 1' RRINKER
as Clerk, Clrcull Courl
Dade County Courthouse
Dnde Countv Florid i
By; c p Ci ipei VXD
n.-utv Cbrk
(Cin-uil Court Seal)
j '2-9-1B-23
I
i
,.i Dnde
r
ci.-rk of ih.- Circuit Court
unty, Florida.
Sheldon B. Pnlley
1497 X W. 7th Sire. t. Miami. Fla.
Jack .Munn.il
714 Beybold Building. Miami. Fin
Sheldon B. Pnlley
Attorney for Palmnn Assoclntes
I l!'7 X W\ 7th Street. Miami. Fla
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "'-
NAME LAW NOTICE UNDER Fls-TITIOUS
-------__ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS j the undersigned, desiring In engage NOTICE IS HEREBY (IlVEN thai
NAME LAW in I."--..... under ihe fi.-minus ninic the undersigned, desiring to engage In
No" i: is HEREBY IlVEN thai ( PfOVBRR APARTMENT8 at IS13.1 business under Ihe flctltloun name of
the u' i. isis'in-d. desiring t" engage x i: Rth \venue, North Minmi. Plor-| OHIO har nl bo.11 sw 8th Street
tn-hu-n. ss under the fictitious name Ida Intend tn register raid nami with Miami. Fla Intends i" register said
Si Sylvias ATELIER BOT'TIQl'E ihe Clerk nf the Circuit Court or Dnde name with Ihe Clerk of the Clrcull
471:7 Palm Avenue. Hinleah. Fla. County, Florldn Court of Dnde County, Florida.
end- to register said name with Ronald 1. Dan- DENA 1. mays
o Clerk of the Circuit Courl Ol Dade Carol Aim Davis Miriam Beckcrman
Cuuc'i I'l'.rida 'Aitoni.-i-: Attorney for applicant
SI'KVII.IA PRIDA Rnald 1. Davis. In Persona 1 ,v'- s W 3rd Avenue, Minmi.

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. 73-5855
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
General Jurisdiction Division
IN RE: Marriage of
l.ll.lANA Tt'KMEU
Wife
and
JEAN MARK TIILMEL.
I iusband
TO: JEAN .MARK TI'R.MEI.
!:::. De l-n llonde
Quebec 3
Uuebec, Cntindn
VOC ARC. HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .. for 1 llssolul Ion ni Mar-
1 ;,gi has been filed against you and
you .11 r. .mi: I'd to scrvi ti copy of
. tt-rllli ii di If all) m it
.... Ri mi:" .1 SHEPARD. .Ill ain '
in for Pi '-
I'llv > !R W
Flagler >'
' I'
I
be
vou
I
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Il THE JEW ISI4 IAN
V\ ITX ESS m> h
-.nl courl
-. dm Hard
RICHARD P RRI> KEII
As Clerk. Cln uit Court
11.1.I, Countv, Florida
B) l: .1 l-'i'Y
As I'. put) '"I. ii-
ii 'ircuil 'mni Real!
Romi n .1 Shennrd, Jr
921 Cits National Bnnk Itldg
.Miami. Florida 3313(1
Mo.in. i ror Petitioner
3 rie-M "ft4 R
! IB-23-311 I'd
I
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Now it doesn't
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t'S.W. 12th St.. iDavieBoulevard).! 1-95 to Da
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March 16. 1973 +Jewisti Fir rMinn Page 13-A :• %  &f Max Lerner Sees ft JEW YORK, N.Y. —Men get killed in these violent times. |we have learned to take their deaths in our stride. _3ut there is something especially barbaric about the murjfer oi ;;.i:!ia--adorThey i,,i: %  : the final thread of civility, forinaJity, na.-on in an n rational and chaotic world. Historically they ushered in the law of nations, and if thoy are butchered their v<<\:,,will usher it out They carry their immunity, as they carry th< n teiritory. with them. It is the gleaming thread that keeps o'lipolitical world even tenuously sane. Thi way ir.cn face the prospect of death tells much about them arid their cu tine In the shambles of Khartoum, the Russian, Jugoslavian and Hungarian ambassadors hid: Perhaps they had ferii'-l a!! too well that the political life is a jungle whose motto ikto kvo who whom —and in which high visibility is th final blunder. The American ambassador, permitted one phone call before his death asked an associate about how wo r ld response was going what wa"the -late o| play outside." ]',<• knew that any intervention would come too late; he was a thorough stoic prolessioi to the ( nd. %  Another man who caught my imagination in the scene of csaiia ,ithe .la; an-e ambassador. He sat with folded arms, M 1 nr lohile amid thi '.dam. refusing to vi-e when Bred to They could shoot him, but they could not break the immunity of his office which he guarded with an age-old B^Pditimal dignity equal to their pa (don He was searched and %V ALONG WITH EVERYTHING F.LSF.. what I resent about Blaek Septembrists is that they have dulled even our strong. words 'murderous." "ruthless." "barbaric," "unthinkable" • by forcing US to overuse them. The erosion of language and b< di sensitizing of emotion are the added to!' we have to pay for ne brutalizing of life itself. The fact of Black September terrorism is there: It cannot wished away. With each episode wor'd opinion shrinks from Is horror, but also tries to digest its meaning. This tt-me it Jf-emed to make even less sense than usual because it actually it-ped Israel. Just when the Libyan plane incident had turned urld opinion away from the Israeli-, the terrorists at Khartoum l/juk tli -m off the hook. Yet the net had n crazy logic Of its own. It was not part of I Irab-Israell crisis but of the internal Arab crisis. Exactly • %  Miere was talk of the Arabs and. Israelis negotiating, with %  ncouragement, the terrorists tried to spread Arab dissension and American outrage. -"r it it THE DISEASE IS KNOWN: It is fanaticism. Intense zeal is line source of political martyrs and murderers alike, of nationalist patriots and terrorists. Bui fanaticism is zeal without jbonds or controls. The antibody for the disease is humanism [When a sense of humanity o t zeal is kept in check, as in ,s.. oi many nationalism* and II Ls convert .1 into crea|1 ene Thus controlled, it can lead to great and nourishing Uncontrolled, it is pure and desperate form of "anything it leads to death not only individual lives but of the j fabric of law and the linkage of human being to human being. Fanatic zeal is no! new in Arab history, as witness the term -assassins." taken from the hashish-soaked cutthroal bands (Tiashishin-l of the Isma'ili leader of the 12th century Hasan-i I ah. which made forays to assassinate neighboring Mos em notables. In the Sudan itself there has been a Ion-enduring war between the Moslems of the north and the blacks of the south. mostlv Christians or pagans. To Premier Gaafar Al-Numari s %  .: he ended this war and was celebrating the flr=1 annversarv of that event when the terrorists Struck. Part y they aimed their blow at his regime, i eking to humiliate him and show Ms helplessness, because the premier had moved closer to the mo* erat< Arab regimes and the West, 6 -it it AS IT TFKNF.D OFT. the Black Septembrists committed a Series of blunders. They blundered in first making %  "£*; and* then reducing them. They blundered in killing the three Western hostages, presumably to show they meant business, but leaving themselves a narrowed bargaining position, with only th, two Arab diplomats as counters whom they dared no. use as such. They wound up by finding that Al-Numari meant busness, too. Thev blundered worst of all in failing to understand the hardeninx world attitudes toward their hostage blackmail. Most nations now follow Israel's example in refusing to bow to blackmail, since they are bound to lead to eclated demands In the future. The I'nited States, Jordat, and the Sudan itself are the latest recruits to this policy. The cost for the United States was high the hideous brutalizing tragic death of two pood men. But they met death with dignity, and their tragedy may lead in time to world sanction against the kind of terrorism that killed them. They deserve the heroes' return and burial in Arlington which a nation m mourning has given them. For Bill Continued from Page 1-A U.S. Secretary of the Treasury George P. Shultz, head of the administration's economic affairs is visiting for three days this week. The third element is Congress. There the leaders for legislation linking free emigration with the East-West Trade Act are insisting that the Soviet government live up to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. "Talk of compromise is only designed to promote compromise," the JTA was told by an aide to Sen. Henry M. Jackson. U Wash., chief sponsor of the Senate legislation. Sen. Jackson, he said, is "reaffirming his determination to stand on principle — it's an American issue not a Jewish issue." Beth David USY Piirini Carnival Beth David chapter of United Synagogue Youth (USY) will hold its fourth annual Purim carnival on Sunday, at Beth David South, 7500 SW 120 St.. from 11 to. 4 p.m. There will be booths, games, and Kosher carnival refreshments. Marc Weinberger. Purim car nival chairman, is coordinating the combined efforts of Beth David's youth. USY and Kadima. Purim Concert At Menorah Temple Menorah will sponsor a gala Purim concert on Monday, it 8 p.m. honoring Israel's 25th anniversary. Featured as the "Jerusalem Sings" concert. Israeli balladeers, guitarists, and singers will be presented. Cantor Nico Feldman. formerly first tenor of the Israel Opera Company, will offer a medley of Israeli classical and Yiddish songs Proceeds from the concert will go to the Temple Menorah Re ligious School. WANTED MIDDLE AGE WOMAN live in highrise apartment, assist another lady, cook, shop, light housework, room, board and sal ary. 944-7253. KOSHER DINNER HOUSE OPERATOR WANTED PARTICIPATION AVAILABLE Mr. Kaye 538-0326 RABBI SEEKS POSITION for Hrqh Holiday* only. Capablf conducting all aervicet, exceptions Scrachrit. Condominium compl units also considered. Call 538-5171 Rm 514 or write RSP, Box 2973 Miami. Fla. 33101 PUPPIES CANAAN NATIONAL DOG OF ISRAEL 3000 year old Breed Fine Family Pet AH Papers Phone 945-5509 WANTED CONSERVATIVE CANTOR To Conduct First Passover Services for Miami Beach Hotel Call for Information Mr. Newman 531-1271 DIVE PENNEKAMP/ CORAl REEF STATE PARK "*. 2^ • Pro Dive Shop • Motel • Dorms '-\4r^*.^* • instruction • Group Accommodations .' ^\~\j • Charier Boats • Underwater Camera Shop Key Largo Diving Headquarters I.. ,, Bo, 293 *+ HOUR F,l M 8ERVICE K.y largo, Flo. 33037 Tl. (305) 451-1151 Bud Zender Bill Crawford THE \\j ?// LtAot WE CAN DO FOR YOU! DRIVE A FULLY EQUIPPED |||_ BUICK Century.. 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Page 2-B vJmisti flcrktiar Friday. March 13, 1973 Federation Governors Review, Recommend Community Action • The board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met Tuesday evening to review the year's activities and to make recommendations to the board on a number of fronts affecting the Jewish community. Harry B. Smith. GMJF vice president, delivered a "State of the Federation" report, covering the expansion of Federation and its agencies in the areas of Jewish youth.. the aged. Jewish education. The board of governors is com; poer of representatives of each I Federation organizational member., the Federation board of directors; and 25 members elected by the General Assembly at the annual meeting. Harry A. Levy, chairman of the, 1973 C'JA-IEF campaign, delivered the campaign report, and urged the board of governors to continue participation in this vital community effort. Mrs. Leonard Friedland. WornWholesale Distributors of MORIAH KOSHER POULTRY and £ %  ""*-** Processors and Exporters •f the finest U.S. Govt. Inspected KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY 1717 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 371-1855 JHA Installs Residents Slate And Council Residents of the Jewish Jlonie for the Aged recently installed \ new officers and members of the residents' council. Honorary presidents are Sarah "ossik and Herman Tatel. who also served as installation program •hairman. Lillian Cowen was intailed as president: Louis Stein, vice president: Mildred Lamden. ecretary. and Augusta Schles: nger. treasurer. Council members include Lillian 1 Ravitch, Bella Dickstein. Fannie Sell, I>ora Sonis. Eva Fein, Harry 'halfin. Louis Jacobs. Alice Mes; ser. Etta Seperasky. May Rosen. Hurry Weissman. Jeanette Leff. honorary president. Sam Chester, j Fannie Horowitz. Celia Pomerantz. Molly Zeik. Saul Goldberg. Beatrice Itzkovitz. Irene Kramer and Helen Padawer. Rabbi Solomon Schiff is spiritual leader of the home. Jack S. Popick is president of Douglas Gardens, and Pearl He Bram is director of volunteer services and group work activities. dry of Miami Israel Independence Torch The Israeli Torch of Independence was presented to the City of Miami last week by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs Fran Levey made the presentation in conjunction with Miami's proclamation commemorating the 25th anniversary of Israel. STUDY & FESTIVAL SUMMER IN FRANCE July 1-August 12 French Art History Music Theater Dance Sculpture Painting Cuisine PAR!S AMERICAN ACADEMY Mr. Richard Roy, Director, invites you to attend a presentation Tuesday, March 20 at 8:30 P.M. at the Doral Beach Hotel, 4833 Collins Ave., M.B. Onlv ICY POINT BLl EBACK RED Salmon has it... u Insist on ICY POINT Brand-gain assurance of Quality, Flavor, Integrity ICY POINI BLUEBAI K RED Salmon .the 1 • st-foi flavor.. and is KOOII for you too! Even more it has u No other major brand of canned salmon an make this statement' Use ICY POINT BLUEBACK RED Salmon for party snacks and saiads. or eat it fight out of the can | rJclil ious seasoned lightly with rod wine vinegar an.) served with slued raw Bermuda onions I. ICY POINT BLUEBACK RED Salmon is low in calories too -ideal for weight control time, partv time, snack time nuai time, any time. QUALITY? THE VERY BUST! SEND FOR FREE RECIPE BOOKLET TODAY: .•setco, Box 5978, 1 linton, Iowa 52732 HMM MH| me your free full eolor. i. pa|W canned salmon re. pc booklet ; Send mean extra booklet fora friend. Nimr Addres-.^ o .Stale. -Z'P. Prodorrd .nd m.rl.-te.i b, SKhCO. th, .orld'i l..dm producr of raamd 5a l mun on's Division vice president for -campaign."brk>fe4 theboard ••ati "Dial A-Dream." a community wide telethon effort beginning Monday The board then reviewed the resolutions adopted last November by the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. These resolutions included recommendations in the areas of Jew ish education. "Jewish youth and faculty," regionalization of Jewish organizations and service, the changing role of women in com munal service. Soviet Jewry. Jews .n Syria and Iraq, peace in the Midale East and Israel's 25th anniversary. Other resolutions in the sphere if social policy were the crisis in urban centers: revenue sharing. Social Security: welfare reform and public understanding. The board of governors, acting as ; a community forum, considers and expresses community attitudes on matters concerning Jewish communal life and recommends action to be considered by the Federation board of directors. Publicity Chairmen Asked To Limit Number In Pfotos Publkitv rrrainn-n s*re reian for publication. Inclu,ion of quested to limit the number of persons included in photograph submitted to The Jewish Flori


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Page 8-C IPHHtFtNTkiiflin Friday. March 16. 1973 OfaaX' > M^Jr Jot* ^Jl^^ t ... rttU %  i ,t pu %HS^^rut 1f2t~ FEATURES: • Double |ute backed nylon shag carpetmc • Individually controlled central aii conditioning and heat by CARRIER including kitchens and baths • Large, covered, screened terrace • Ceramic tile in bathroom* • Pantry • Hotpoint range and oven • Hotpoint trost-free. two-door relrigerator-freezer ttolpcrlnl • Hood and (an • Hotpoint dishwasher and disposal • Master TV. outlets and prc-wired Telephone outlets • Elevator in each building REC. FEATURES: • Heated swimming pools • Recreation building • Shutlleboard courts • Tennis courts • Putting greens, etc. EXIT 20 EXIT 16 somerseT AN ADULT CONDOMINIUM COMMUNITY BY SOMERSET DEV. CORP. .NLAUDERDALE LAKES 3300 WEST OAKLAND PARK BOULEVARD JUST EAST OF U. S. 441 RHONE BROWARD: 305 739-1205 DADE: 305,947-4019 EST OAKLAND FARK BLV0 somerseT



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Page 12-A *Jenisti Ret Mian Friday. March 16, 1973 Israel's first planned, luxury beachfront residential community is rising near Netanya. Development work and model homes are being completed for the seaside home community designed principally for overseas families who will set up their permanent or vacation residences in Israel. Archi-ect's rendering illustrates 450-home "Ramat Poleg," being ouilt for S20 million by ISRALOM. it -to %  fr fr £ Overseas Families Buying Many Homes In Israel Maurice Gasman Gives Haggadah To U. Of Miami Maurice Gusman. Miami finanl cier and philanthropist, save the University" o^ Miami a'fine.facsimile reproduction of a 15th century manuscript, the Darmstadt Pessach Hagnariah, for the U-M library last week. The Haggadah will be on display on the second floor of the I'njvorsity's Otto G. Riehter Library through Friday. The reproductioin is a twovolume set printed in Germany in 1971. where it received an award for being the best example of bookmaking that year. One volume is a facsimile reproduction of the 15th century manuscript, and the other is a commentary volume of four essays explaining the historical significance of the original manuscript and illustrations. Illustrations in the reproduction are printed in eight colors and embossed with 24 karat gold leaf. Mr. Gusman purchased the deluxe The 25th anniversary of Israel is being marked by a dramatically increased pace of acquisition of homes there by families living in the United Slates and Canada. According to Eli Wagner, manager of the U.S. and Canada Branch of ISRALOM. an international agency established to serve foreign buyers in the Israel building market, more than 2,000 new apartments in all parts of the country will be sold to overseas buyers during 1973. i)uring 1972. its first full year %  oi operation. ISRALOM. Israel Homes & Real Estate Corp. Ltd.. helped more than 600 families from the United States and Canada acquire residences in Israel built especially for foreign buyers. These purchases are said to | have totaled more than $15 million. In all. approximately 1.500 apartments were sold throughout Israel last year. This relatively new trend to acquire a future home in Israel, 1. r Wagner noted, is directed to two principal types of buyers In North America and i'anada. One group consists of middle income families, including professionals and retired couples, who are planning to settle in Israel in the near future. Tiey acquire medium-priced apartments in good residential neighborhoods, mainly in the T:>! AvivRamat Gan area, at an average price of $30,000 for two-bedI room units designed with many "American style accoutrements. The other facet of real estate purchases in Israel, it is said, centers around more luxury and • resort type buildings. Many buyers in this category are people j who still maintain a residence in 'the United States or Canada and use their Israeli home for vacations, for children attending universities or working in Israel, and to prepare for their retirement in the more distant future, as well i as a promising investment in the booming appreciation of real estate values in Israel. One of the largest new communities being developed through ISRALOM is a new S20 million. 450 unit beach community called | "Ramat Poleg." 15 miles from Tel j Aviv. South of Natanya. it caters j to both types of families acquiring homes in Israel. edition, limited to 50 copies with the library receiving volume XX, I through Stanley Marcus of Nieman Marcus In addition. 550 numbered sets in a regular edition also were published. I'nrim Carnival Flans Members of Temple Adath Yeshurun Senior Young Judea and pie-confirmation class are planning a Purim carnival Sunday at the temple grounds. 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr. Proceeds from the carnival will go towards BILU scholarships. Sunday Purim Setidah Yeshiva Day School has scheduled a Purim Seudah for Sunday Starting at 4:30 p.m. Dinner will be followed by a contest for best costume. Rabbi Stanley Weiss is school principal. 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Kosoff, 1973 CJA-IEF Harbour House-Carlton Terrace campaign coordinator; Sidney Engelhardt, associate coordinator. & a %  fr TV & The residents of Southgate Towers recently held a breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign which resulted in a 40 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left) Benjamin Gold. 1973 CJA-IEF Southgate Towers honorary chairman; Julius A. Levine. 1973 CJA-IEF Southgate Towers campaign chairman; Lt. Chaim Gordon, company commander in the Israeli Army during the Six-Day War, who addressed the group, and Joseph Budowsky, 1973 CJAIEF Southgate Towers honorary chairman. SPANISH AMERICAN RESTAURANT LOUNGE 2322 N.W. 7 ST. \( >jm ( Ruontt l V KtiaaaJ ^—*' OPEN EVERY DAY fPYOUWtSHTOCAlt I %  OI. MSMVATtONi 642-9043 The finest Catering Service in Miami is also the fastest. 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~3ewisli Floridian Miami, Florida — Friday, March 16, 1973 Section L Survivor Vividly Recounts Cracow Ghetto Liquidation By MYER WF.INRF.B Cc>. 1973 Jewish Telegraphic Acency) (EDITOR'S NOTE: March 14 mark* the 30th anniversary of the liquidation ot the Cracow ghetto. Myer Weinreb was an eyewitness and survivor of the tragedy. Mr. Weinreb, a businessman in Union, N.J.. was an inmate in Auschwitz for two years and in Dachau for six months. He arrived 1 in this country in 1948.) Thirty years have passed away since that memorable day, March 14, 1943, but the pictures, scenes, events, torture and torment still live so vividly in my memory as if it had happened yesterday, and I will carry it within me till' the last breath of my soul. The Cracow Ghetto was divided into two areas: "A" and "B." "A" was inhabited by Jews who worked in different shops, factories, airports, military installations, etc. "B" was inhabited by Jews unable to work, sick, elderly, women with children and others who did not have working papers. because a labor I lived in Ghetto '"B" I was an escapee from camp where I had gotten sick and had had to run awa>: otherwise. I would have been executed — this was the only cure they applied to sick Jews the minute they became unproductive for the labor camp. On Saturday. March 13. the populace of Ghetto A"' was evicted and moved to concentration camps Jerosolimska-Plaszow. located on the site of the Jewish cemetery. The expulsion was carried out by the Jewish police under the orders and supervision of the Gestapo. It was heartbreaking to look at the poor Jewish crowd— carrying bundles filled, with bare necessities. They were crying, shouting, praying, breaking their hands over the helpless situation — obeying the cruel order of SS Officer Dr. Warner, the governor of the iCracow District, to leave Ghetto "A" under the death penalty. I saw families separated: husbands from wives, mothers from children. This was the most brutal moment — when mothers were taken away from their children. There is no pen which can describe those scenes and any imagination is too weak to have any idea of what happened on that day in the Cracow Ghetto and, as we now know, in hundreds of other ghettos where Jews lived under Nazi rule. Sunday. March 14. 1943 — On this day the sun rose brightly and welcomed Ghetto "B" warmly. Concord Square, where the inhabitants were gathering for the exodus, was bathed in sunrays and on the ground snow was still visible. The Ghetto was encircled by a ring of Polish blue uniformed police, by Ukrainian Sonderdienst in black uniforms and by German Schuppo in tall helmets. Inside the Ghetto you could see Waffen SS soldiers and the Gestapo in battle-camouflaged suits. The whole execution of the liquidation was a precise military operation. Through loudspeakers tide, swinging back and forth, shouting, pushing, boiling like a volcano. Everybody wanted to be in the front row to be selected by the working commandos. I recognized two camp leaders: SS Officers Miller and Goeth. Both held big German shepherds, charging them constantly against the human mass, which was tightly pressed together on a narrow strip of the sidewalk. The SS Police were using bayonets and butts to quiet down the rising, falling sea of people, each person trying to be selected for the labor camps to save his life. I stood in a relatively quiet column with women and men who did not want to be with the boiling crowd of the able-bodied men waiting to be selected for Camp Plaszow. Suddenly the SS Trooprs started to pick up their victims from the standing columns; 'hoy acted indiscriminately, but as a criterion they were picking out the elderly, the poorly dressed, and those not standing straight in the rows. They dragged them into the house halls and shot them in the head. I saw dozens of Jewish men and women drawn by their hands and legs into neighboring houses. I knew some people who were young but looked undernourished, or who had patched up clothes, were unshaven and unkempt, they were grabbed out from the crowd and pushed with bayonets into the halls and backyards and executed unceremoniously. I heard the pleading, begging, praying voices of the victims to spare their lives — but in vain — nothing moved the stonehearted Germans. They carried out their bloody mission with the utmost precision. The cacophony of exploding bullets filled the air in a terrible, unbearable staccato. Death was working overtime. Drunken soldiers brought infants in little baskets from the neighboring apartments, placed them in the middle of the square, and shot them without remorse. Some of the mad soldiers were filling their pockets with ammunition: they were carrying two guns in their hands, hunting for the human game. Oh my God — I looked at the blue sky and could not believe it— is this a dreadful nightmare or true life? I could not understand what was happening on this square: are all the gates of Hell wide open to the Jewish people for sins not committed?—I asked myself. 'Is there no mercy, no pity, no civilization in the 20th century?" This is being done by a nation of philosophers and thinkers, the German people. Why do we have to die so young, just for being born a Jew? Those were the thoughts I had during these tragic moments when a terrible massacre was going on under the blue skies in Concord Square. I was almost in a. daze when I heard an order from the megaphone: 'Empty out all your trucks appeared on the square, and lined up to pick up the half-dead people. Helmeted Waffen SS in long coats with hand-machine guns began loading 60 persons into each truck. They squeezed them toi gether so tightly that one could not turn around. In the back were two armed guards and a convoy of motorcycle police behind them I did not have any idea where they were taking us. They brought prisoners from the jails and loaded them in our transport. We went through the whole city of I Cracow: they wanted to show the 1 Polish population what they could I expect if they resisted the might i of the Third Reich. Some onlookers were weeping, seeing us going to an unknown [ destination, to meet the fate of others who never came back. Some • of the deportees tried to jump frcm the truck — they were shot instantly while running. I saw youngsters lying face down in the muci when we passed the suburbs | of Cracow. The truck I was on had a blowI out. This saved my life — they stopped and waited for another truck to transfer us. The preceding trucks went straight to the Auschwitz crematorias. We arrived late; the gassing for the day was finished. At the big gate of Auschwitz I read a sign: "Labor Makes Freedom." When our truck crossed the big door loaded with high tension wire, I knew that the last chapter of the 500 year-old Cracow Jewry had come to an end. they gave orders as to how this well planned expulsion should pro*"**** ceed. All able-bodied men would | I stand on the eastern part of the square, women and children on the southern part, sick and elderly in the middle of the square. They had a table with maps and plans. I saw the familiar faces of the Cracow Nazi elite: Major SS Haase — he looked like Himmler, and was in charge of the whole operation. Next to him were Gestapo officers Kundte and Heinnrich. The eastern column consisted of a huge crowd of Jewish men; it was like an ocean ground before you!" I emptied out my pockets and looked down at the few dear pictures of my family, my ID. card, a comb, a bar of soap, and a few coins. With all my earthly possessions on the earth before me, I thought now, when I am free of all my material assets, it is much easier to die. With a resignation that marks only those people who have lost all hope, I expected the gracious shot in the head. Suddenly, like a thunderbolt, I heard the vibrations of motors. Military Rockwell Elected To Lead Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Sidney Rockwell will be installed as president of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith Apr. 1 at the Seville Hotel. Mr. Rockwell will succeed Morris Reiffen at the kosher dinner, with past president George J. Talianoff as installing officer. Samuel Pascoe, another past president, will serve as master of ceremonies. Other officers to take posts will include David Rubinson as president-elect and Joseph H. Cohen, Nat Friedman. Adolph Lang and Harry Reiser, vice presidents. Irving Schatzman and Mr. Pascoe are honorary life presidents and William Agranove. Jack August and Irving Schenker will be installed as honorary vice pres idents. Jacob H. Kahn is recording secretary: Phil Cantor, financial secretary': Nat Sachs, corresponding secretary; Mr. Schatzman, treasurer; Mr. Reiffen, monitor: Harry R. Auerbach, assistant monitor. Gerald Schwartz, another past president, will take office as guardian with Isidore Cohen, assistant guardian. Morris Weber is warden; Sidney Kammerstein, assistant warden; Dr. Abraham Wolfson, historian; Gershon Miller, luncheon club chairman; Keve Kessler and Joe Roth, sergeants-atarms. Arthur 11. Courshon, Jay Dermcr. Sen. Jack Gordon, Abraham Grunhut, Isidore Cohen, Mr. Pascoe, Lawrence H. Shuman, Mr. Lang, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Burnett Roth, Paul Seiderman, Mr. Schatzman, Mr. Schenker, and Mr. Talianoff are trustees. 9£ n VK Mr. and Mrs. David Alper donated room 525 of the Mount Sinai Medical Center in honor of Dr. Phil Samet, chief of division of cardiology, Department of Internal Medicine. The Alpers, of 1715 Calais Dr., have been in Miami Beach since 1925 and have always been active in philanthropic organizations. Mrs. A. is a pa


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Page 10-C -Jmidh Fharffian Friday, March 16, 1973 lEGAl MOTICf LEGAL NOTICf LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIIY C.IVKN thai the undersigned, desirinK I" engage in business under the fictitious name of DREXEI. PI.AZA AHAHTMKXTS at 1218 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name %  with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dad? County. Florida HANCOCK INDISTRIKS. INC. a Florida corporation By: Lester H. Yavlts. V Pres Nelaon & Feldmnn, PA. Attorney! for Hancock Industries. Inc. 11SS Kan*' I 'oneourse Miami Beach, Florida 83 i 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlnjt to enmtlte In business under Uie fictitious name ol VIRGILIOS BXCLVBIVE FASHIONS at 2!50 Blacayne Boulevard, Miami. Fla. B3137 Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of llade Countv Florida MA HI A A. "I.A M> 2 23 :: 2--16 NOTICE OK AC .ON CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3963 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: The Marriage of DONAIJj 8 GREEN LEAF. Husband RUTH G QREENLEAF Wife TO: Rl'TII i: QREENLEAF Route 3. Boat 463-D Boone. North t'arolina 2si".07 V >l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an action for Dissolution of Marriane has been filed attains! you and you an required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any. to (t on IVWin M OON8HAK, attorney for Petitioner whose address is 14971 N W. 7lh Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original with the elerk of The above styled court on or hefore March 28, IST3: otherwise a default Will he entered against you for the re• lief demandedin the complaint or pel ition. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. WITNESS my hand and the seal of -aid eourt at Miami. Florida on! this 10 dav of February. I97J. RICHARD P. BRINKER As Clerk, Circuit Court Dade Countv. Florida By R. M KISSER\Deputy CU-rk fCIrculi Court Seal) DAVID M OONSHAK %  !!•: N W Tlh Street Mlam Florida 33I3S n • 1 for Petitioner : 33 3 2-6-16 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 lak Brook Drive So -l WilllamsvJlle. New York YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I that a petition for Dissolution of your i Marriage has been filed and commenced In this court and you are re quired to serve s copy of your written defenses, if any. to it 'in Joseph SCHMIBR, Esquire, attorney for Petitioner, whose address is 605 Lincoln Road, Suite 208, Miami Beach, Fla and file the original with the elerk of the above styled court on or before April t. 1973: othcrui.. .i default will bi entered against you for the relief braved for in the complaint or petition WITNESS my hand and the seal of said eourt at Miami, Florida on this 26 dav of February. 1973 ItlCHARD P. BRINKER. As Clerk. Circuit Courl Dade County, Florida By 1. BNEBDEN As Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) .li iSKI'H SCHMIER 605 Lincoln Hond Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Petitioner 3 ? <> in-?.? NOTICE OF SUIT CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. General Jurisdiction Case No. 73-3941 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: The Marriage of AOOSTINO Dl GREG< >RH '. Husband, MARJOBIE DI GREGORIO, Wife Tti: Mariorie Di Gregorio 38 Hampton Place Freeport, New York TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on HARVEY RICHMAN attorney for Petitioner, whose address is 120 Lincoln Road. Suite 562. Miami Beai h, Florida 33139. and file the original with the clerk of the above styled court on or before 28 March. 1978: otherwise a judgment may 1 ntered against you for the relief demanded ill the Petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal Of Rabbi Gross Sets Report On Mission Kabbi Alexander S. Gross was bration of Israel's 25th anniversary report on his ju--t-concluded May 6 and 7. .Myron J. Brodie. executive vice president of Federation, was to report on increased local needs of the CJA-IKF campaign, of which the Hebrew Academy is a benefi ciary agency. said c 16 day 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 MARRIAoE IF M :.l IAM BETH BI.. I I aml-Petliiuner URI \ K. BETHEL w Ife Respondent TO HI .OR! A K BETHKL 16 PADMORE DRIVE KINGSTON JAMAICA Y H niX>RlA K RKTHEL, are -in i itlfled thai a Petition for solution .d Man lagi filed againsl \ • -ij and you :ii'required to servi a copy of your Answer or Plead Petfl n for Dh s< lutlon of Mai i I ige on (hi Husbu nd -Petitfoi ittornej Ronald I. Davis Bso. I\ 417 Bin ayn< Building, IS W i r Street. Mlai Florida PI and file the original vn .or oi Pli adlna In thi office of the k of I hi I 'in in Ci iurl on m before da v nl Aon! 1973 If you fail BO, iudgmei I bj default will ientered against you for the relief de%  n led in the P< i Won for Dissolu-' %  THIS N'OTICE shall be published mice ach week for four I nsecu, THE JEWISH Ii 'lilt 11A V DONE VND ORDERED al Miami Florida 'his 1 dav of March, 1973 IICHARD P BRINKER Clerk Circuit Court I iade Counts Florida By i' P i"' "PEl AMI Denutv Clerk (i lit ourl S.ali S/9-18-2S-S" NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE INO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO 73-5184 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MAHHIAUK OF JACIIB Tt IMS. HUSBAND, and KAltIK TFB1S. WIFE. TO: SAD1F, TUBIS r/o S. J. TOl'KETZKY 10 Dvton Road Kdiwin. New Jersey asm 7 %  YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marrinse haw been filed agalnsl you and you are required to serve a cony of your written defenses, if any. to ft on Martin Starr, attorney for Petitioner, whose address is 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 881S*. and file the original with the clerk of th.above styled court on or before April 11th. 1!i7rt: otherwise a default will he entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint oi m tltlon. Ttiis notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, WITNESS mv hand and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on this 3 laj of Mar. h 1978 RICHARD P BRINKER v Clerk. Circuit Court Mv 1 SYKI.'lil.-v As Denutv Clerk fi ircuit Court s.a I Martin Starr 126 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Floi v irnei for Petitioner tt.lfl '>?.so NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious "am" of H,M\v ENTERPRISES l %  '-> N K. ISSth Street. North Miami Head. Fla intends to register said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade' County. Flo, i,i i SYLVIA DIAMOND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 72-21156 NOTICE OF ACTION In !!•• The Marriage i >f BONNIE FA YE PORTER. Wife. and ; ARTHUR HERBERT PORTER, JR. 1 Husband TO: ARTHUH HERBERT PORTER, JR. YOU ARE NOTIFIED lhal an a Ition for dissolution of marriage has been filed agalnal you and you are required to serve a copy of your writ ten defenses, if .mv. to it on LEVENSON ft RICHMAN II e wif< 's attor| neys, whose addresr Is 19 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. 33130, on or In fot .• March 29. 1973, and file Ihi oi Iglnal with the Clerk of this ''"mi. either before service on the | wife's attorneys oi Immediate!) thereaflei othi r se, .. di fault vv ill be i • % % %  : ngainsl you for the relief di mantled in the Petition for Dissolutloi of Mil i lags WITNESS nu hand .iifl the seal this (."• %  tiit on February 15 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER, A i ':. i i, ,.j it,, i 'ourl 0\ r P COPELAND I'. uuiv Clerk tCireull "Hi t Seal i I.KVKNSl IN A RH H.MAN Attorn rv for Wife. 19 \\ e-i Flagler Street. Mlam l-'i-a Ida M :: % %  f305l 71 1522 2 23 ".': nurt at Miami. Florida on this of February, 1973. RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By: I. Sneeden Denuty Clerk S 23 :; 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,.t SEYMOUR HOTEL AND APART. MENT8 at 945 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida intends to register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad, County Florida HANCOCK INDUSTRIES, INC, a Florida corporation By: Lester ll Yavlts, Vice President Nelson XFeldman. PA. Attorneys for Hancock industries. Inc. I |3fi Kane Concourse Miami Beach. Fla. :'.::i",4 :: 2-9-16 10 survey mission to Israel Thursday night at a pre-Purim Seudah at his Miami Beach home. The meeting was scheduled in behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. Officers, directors and trustees of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy were to hear a first-hand report from their principal on the continuing, record-setting immigration of Soviet Jews and on preparations for the official celeORT Day Luncheon South Dade Chapter. Women's American ORT, will mark "ORV Day'" at a luncheon Tuesda' March 27, at 10 a.m.. in the l of Kerry Krely. 1006 SW St. In charge of reservatitv Rachel Rich and Shirley K \ Obituaries NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fii litlous name of ARDLE ASSOCIATES at 1201 20th Street, Miami Beach, Fla Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Sole 'u tier RACHEL D LEVINE k'w Itney .<• Kroop Attorney for applicant Suite 512, 42H W ESTLAND, at Dad, Countv. Florida, Intends to register said name with the ci.rk • %  ( the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida. THE TOW ERS OF WESTI AND. INC By: Luis Felipe de la i Yui. d< nt HARRIS A SIRKIN. P A Al lornej for Applicant Dad,Federal Building Miami. Florida 33131 23 3 rr-f-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N.nTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..I DIXIE GARDENS APARTMENTS al 1485U Weal Dixie Highway, Worth Mini Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. HANCOCK INDl'STRIES. INC. a Florida corporation By: Lester H Yavitx, Vlce-PresUJenl N.lson \Feldman. PA. Attorneys for Hancock Industries. Inc. 113T. Kane Concourse Miami ll.ach. Fin. 33154 i 13 3 ?-9-1R NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage in buainess under the fictitious name of R It UPHOLSTERY & SKAT COVERS at 5243 SW. Sth Street Miami. Fla. intend to register said name with the Cleri< of the Circuit Court of Daile County. Florida. RAUL D FORTES RAMON ESTRADA 3/2-9-1R-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-1159 JOHN R. BLANTON In RE: Estate of PHILIP KRAIS deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All PersonHaving Claimor DemandAgalnal Said Estate: You are hereby notified and reaiured to present any claims and demands which you may have agalnal the estate of Philip Kraus deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit Judges of DadCountv and file the same in duplicate and as provided iii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 73-2660 IN RE \ I IPTII IN i IF JEFFREY JOSEPH MINTZ HY ALFRED F NE8BITT NOTICE TO ADOPT TO: GILBERT MINTZ Lombard, Illinois and TO ALL OTHER PERSONS The Petition of ALFRED F NE8HITT to adopt JEFFREY JOSEPH MINTZ has been filed in this cause Said Petition will be presented to this Court before the Honorable GRADY I. CRAWFORD In his Chamhers In the Dade County Courthouse on April T.. 1973. at 9:00 A.M. Notice is hereby given to all those Interested in said proceedings of the intended adontlon. Itl'RXETT ROTH Attorney for ALFRED F NESP.ITT j 420 Lincoln Itosd | Miami Beach. Florida To be published four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floridian. I M3-S3-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1399 FRANK B. DOWLING In RE: Estate of EDITH WEISS D.c, ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yen ar, hereby notified and required to present any claimand demands which you may have agalnal the estate of EDITH WEISS dec ased I ite of Dad,County, Florida to the circuit Judges of Dad,Countv and file; the -ante in duplicate rend as provided In Section TS3 in ABRAMOWITZ. Nathan. 7T ..f Hollyw I Kiversldi BERGER. Sophia, 31. of KMB Riverside, GOLDENBERG. Harry. 14. of MB. New man GREENFIELD. Jennie, 84, ol MB Riverside Intermenl Ml Nebo. HAUSEN. Anna Kapoport, M. "f MB. Riverside. HERSHKOVITZ. Sarah. 90, of MB. New Ilia II HIGGINS. Sara .i of MB Newman. flOSA. Albert, "I .Miami Riverside. Interment Ml SHORE. Samuel. 63, of MB Newman WERTHEIMER. Herbert, 71, of MB. Riverside BLEEFELD. Benjamin, 78. of MB. New man BOLNER. Saul. 58, of MB Gordon. 3RAUFMAN. Lilly, 7''. 100 Lini lid Mli lav HI 3URDAH. i :,i.-.-a-I of MB Gordon SPSTEIN. Margan t 71, ol M %  \ew man. LEVITT. MornB Ii", 2823 NE 201sl Terr NMB Blasherg OSTER. Sarah, •• %  id MB l-evltl ?AVLOVE, Oscar, 83, of MB Rlv*r-id. ROSEN. Morrit 78 lbtil NW A v. fiord SHEDLIN. Floret %  • Schw trta if Ml'. Rlvei BLEFGEN. Man Dotterer of Fort Lauderdali Rl EINSOHN. Louis, 76, • %  • MB I'%  HENENFIELD, SI,, ruin. 13, 8844 SW 145th Terr Gordon HOROWITZ. Sam, 7" 2555 C Avi MB Rlversldi KALISH. Dora 83 %  •' MB Riverside. Int. rmenl Mt. Sinai LUB'N, Morris, 79, 2340 Collins \v. MB Blasberg MASLOW. Ma\. 77 255S Collins Avi MB Riverside. PADNICK. saimnl. -4. of MB Riverside SCHLEIDER. Jos.iih 83, 13650 NE 3rd Ct. Blasbi rg SOBEL. I 66. of Hallan Cordon Interment Mt \ SZERLIP. Marcella. 72, 1022 Bay Dr MB Riverside BLUMENTHAL. Leo '! 7c ..f NMB Rivrsnle Internnnt Mt. Sinai GLASS. Ham S.. 77. ..f MB. Riverside SCHLESINGER. Arthur I!. of MB Riverside SMOLIKOFF. Rebecca, 86, 11741 SW 177th Terr Gordon. Interment Star of Da\ nl TANOWITZ. Morris, of MB Riverside ADLER. Edward, of Hial.ah Cordon. APTEKAR. David. 86, 421 Michigan Ave.. MB. Riverside. Interment Star of Dav id COHEN. Benjamin. 79. of Hallandalc Blasberg FRIEDMAN. Benjamin. 74. 1619 Pennsylvania Ave., MB Blasberg. GERSTEN. Lotlis. 86, Of MB Riverside GURWITZ. Fannie. 79. of N Miami. \eu man. ISRAEL. David. 89. 9227. Collins Ave Mil Riverside. KARPLES. Svd R.. 64. r.no", Collins Ave MB. Blasberg. KRISLOW, Hyraan, 68. S2 O.-ean Dr.. MB. Blasberg LUBIN. Morris. 79. 2340 Collins Ave.. MH Blasberg. LIZABETH, Ida. 72. of Tamarae Gordon. MILLER. R.v. .',3. of MR. Cordon PHILLIPS. Marion. 7" of MR Riverside, SCHLEIDER. Joseph. 84. 136S0 NE 3rd Ct Blasberg. SCHWARTZ. Hen. 72. 3923 NE I6th St Riverside STERN. Arthur. 73. 2641 Collins Ave.. MB, RlVt Isolde WACHTEL. Irene, 71. I0S5 Euclid AM MB. Blasberg. EASLEY. Ruth Lillian. 49. T,4il NYV L':;id Place. Gordon Interment Mt Nebo HOFFMAN. Betty, SIMHA. Saul. 72. Gordon STEPT. Abraham Point Dr.. NMB. WEITZMAN. Dixie H w v d MB. Rlversl '•• %  f llollyvv 1 09. ion Kings Riverside Morris. -9. 17400 W Blasberg, if Sunrise I..-v itt. 927 Euclid Ave i rmenl Mt Sin.u .seidi. 75, of MB 9ARBASH. Ruth. COHEN. Ethel, 80, MB Gordon Inti FElGENBAUM. J< N.v\ man GODFREY, Joseph, 77 of MB Newman GOLDBERG. Ida. 84, 2642 Collins Avi MB Riverside GREENBERG. Jean I.. 72, 216 I SI MB Riverside HANDWERKER. Aaron. 83 II o in Di M B Rivi %  di KATZ. Ida Dorothy, 73. ol M B RlV el.-l'l. MACKEY. Rebi ... of NMB I • MAYER. Reuben 72. of NMB Rlversldi V AN DEL. II, in v. 7. of M ami Kiv %  r-i'ie RIFKIN. Lillian, 7::. 151 NE 52nd SI Rlvei SOBEL. Ruth 76 Of NMB Rivi • STEINHAUSER. Rubin, 49. of MB Riverside ^unenzl^/i^el ftiVIMi All M JTATW AMttl rAUlNfi IN THI IUI Mf-on. HctnONAi O.H.: D->*c-3efc| MSMs ftMii.i p.aicrou Ai 865-2353 720 5*nfy first Struct •f '-;-C %  •, %  I (', ., 4 CI-. I %  A I ION <, Of SllViCt •a in .heir „;, %  ;; %  ; ;; t^ a t^in r ^c2m; < ourthousi in Dade County, Florida six call ndar months from the GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open furry Doy • Closed Sobbolh 1.40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Mian.i s Only Strictly Jewnh Monument Dealer offices in the County Courthouse W: Dade Countv. Florida, within s|j ral endar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same Hill he haired. Piled at Miami Florida, this I2nd dav of February A D l"3. EVA RkPKE Barnetl Hank of Miami Beach, N \ r.v Robert H Raltman As Executors First publication of this notice on the 2nd dav of March. 197.1. RICHARD CROSS Attorneys for ESxecUl in •' %  ')' %  Lincoln I:.. i I. Miami Reach Fla 2-9-16-23 th time of th, first nubllcatl or the same will bi barred Dat.d at Miami. Florida, tins lav of March. A D 1 Bernlce Drelfuss Ai l-'vec utrii Fir-t publication of this otlce the 16 ''iv of M i... h i-.7 %  ; RNYDER VOI'NG STERN %  W VKNIIAIM Harvev s Lanrber*. (~>f Counsel M*..rne\-for Executrix I7M N r. K4h Street North Miami Beach. Florida 3 16-23-304 Palmer's Miami Monument Company 3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miumi 444-0921 4444)922 Closed On Tke Sabbrth rersonalized Memorials Custem Crafted la Our Own Workshop. JllemorialChapel "JEWISH H)Nl*Al DIRECTORS" LOCAL AND OUT OF STATt ARRANGEMENTS I 947-2790 j 1338S W. DIXIE MWV., N M. t



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Friday. March 16, 1973 +JmMtl til, >, Paqe Olympian Memorial Center Launching Campaign Here Phyllis Miller On CCC Program At Beth Sholom Mrs. David (Phyllis) Miller, oo%  Hotel. Harold H. Goldfarb. chairSilberman. Benjamin J. 'layer, Eli venation" program of %  fcian of the Greater Miami Chapter. Timoner. Robert II. Traurig, BarBeth Sholom. on Sundav at 10 30 % a> announced. ton S. Udell, Rick Weaver. Jerome a.m. The dinner will be a testimonial > II. Weinkle. .lay Weiss, and .lames S. Knopke is chairman to David J Light of Miami Beach ; Leonard Zilbcrt. I of the adult education program who has been one of the major 'contributors to Tel Aviv UniverTp| Avlv University, located in Mrs. Miller has hoen active In ait> since its inception. i an aiea in which half the populaschool and civic affairs here She A student hostel, named for Mr. u on of Israel liv,s u;ls founded has served as president of the iTtight in recognition of his "exnine y ears a &> meet the educaNorth Beach Elementary PTA tensive support for the University" tll)nal requirements of Greater 8"d as legislative chairman, school Jt already completed and the To1 Aviv is ,nc second largest education chairman, and aroa co Brvid J. Light Library of Exact university in Israel with a faculty ordinator for the Dade County ^Wiences is under construction ol 2 200 alld "Biong students are Council of PTAs. She oresently is according to Admiral Lewis L. Strands of Washington, honorary national chairman, The proposed Olympian Memorial (enter, a tribute to the 11 Israeli Olympians who were killed in Munich last September, will provide an urgently needed physical-recreational facility for the more than 15.000 students at Tel Aviv University, almost 1.200 Americans. Swedish Men Honored By Shaare Zedek community reoresentative on the Human Relations Committee of Miami Beach Senior High. She also is the parent coordinator for the student exchange program be two-en Dade County Public Schools and the .American International School in Tel Aviv. An episode of international goo I will an' ;i Swedish family magazine to Women's Division. Weaver of WIOD. Israel, where they were warmlj The dinner will feature Prate*" nl i? d 1,y Mls Toubal Shaare Beaefa Bar Association sor Yuval Ne'eman. president of' .? ede f H W Physicians and /'-„.., Tl Aviv University, and Shmuel ,,H Israo1 l '" ,v '" )! •>">'-''>• N*HS Loan (,iants The Miami Reach Bar Associa'Bagelg and J^Bx' For ,i ,n nas P re8ent *" loan SnnU to Lalkin. manager of the 1972 Israel OKmpLteam. {Tickets may be secured through the local office at 1 Lincoln Rd. Local executive committee includes: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. James M. Albert, Edmund N. Ansin. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, San ford K. Bronstein, Jack Cheseter. Irving Cowan. Julius Darsky. Daniel S. Dubbin. Morton R. Fellman. Dr. Stanley Fielding. Burton Goldberg, Abraham Grunhut. Norman Kasser, Alan B. Kessler, Dr. S. W. Kiviat. Rabbi living Lehrtrian. lialph Levitz. Mizrcrhi I isitors Mizrachi Women's Winter Residents Group will have a "Bagels and Lox" luncheon Wednesday at potn i." the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel •The Scrolls of Leeuworden," filmed by Israel and Holland, will be shown. Mrs. Ben Young is serving as chairman of the day. and Mrs. Leah which the grants were presented Krachmal, treasurer, and Mrs. Dora Howard Cross is president of the Aie roach, secretary, as hostesses Mianu Heach Bar Association. (Job € VoWl 3fU. FOR THE BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE JOIN B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN CHAI CHAPTER FOR 21 FUN FILLED DAYS TO PARIS, ISRAEL AND LONDON, ALL FIRST CLASS HOTELS, INCLUDING 2 MEALS EVERY DAY, SIGHT SEEING AND BAGGAGE TRANSFERS, LEAVING FROM MIAMI ON MAY 30 AND RETURNING TO MIAMI AT VERY VERY SPE CIAI RATES TRV IT— YOU'LL UK* IT CALL YETTA SHIMSKY 864-590? PAULA TEPMAN 5324936 10-12-15% RETURN ON MONEY LOANE0 AND SECURED BY PRIME MORTGAGES INVEST $3,000 & UP 945-5237 PYRAMID FUNDING CORP. 1110 NE 163rd St. North Miami Itcat-li Fershko To Produce Third Seder Haggadah An original Haggadah written, directed and produced by Shmuel Fershko will be among the high lights of the annual community wide Third Seder sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida April 18 at the Fontaine bleau. Announcement of Mr. Fershko's nresentaiion was made Wednesday by Samuel Feinstein. president of the Histadrut Council. The Israeli composer and pianist is musical director of Temple Lmanu-El of Miami Reach. Mr. Feinstein said the new Haggadah will be written to dramatize the relationship of modern Israel s first 2J year.and the ancient story ol the Exodus from Egypt. Vmba >sad tr Jacob Doron, Is rael's second ranking envoy to the United Nations and one of his nation's foremost diplomats and spokesmen, will be the principal speaker at the Third Seder. Mr Feinstein also announced the appointment of Moe Levin chairman of the board of the [si Histadrut Council, as general chairman of the April 18 eve The Third Seder here will be : second largest in the nation, rai Icing behind only New York C Mr. Levin is forming a large committee of leaders of Histadr the Labor Zionist Alliance. Farband, I'oale Zion. Pioneer Won Workmen's Circle and other ganizations to advance ticket sa Reservations for the Third s< may be made from any commit member or at liic Histadrut oft %  m the 420 Lincoln Kd. Bldg., Levin said. He inational vice president the Israel Histadrut Foundat: chairman of the Chaim Weiznu branch of the Farband La Zionist Order and a leader Israel Bonds, the Greater Mi-. Jewish Federation. 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T eJewish Floridlian Combining. THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 46 — Number 11 Miami, Florida — Friday, March 16, 1973 Three Sections Price 25 cents After Anti-Semitic 'Slip' Atty. Gen. Kleindienst Seeks, Gets ADL Aid By JOSEPH POLAKOFF Prompt intercession by the Anti-Defamation League's Capitol Hill representative. David Brady, helped nip what might have developed into an ugly situation with anti-Semitic overtones involving U.S. Attorney General Richard Kleindienst. According to newsmen covering the capitol. Mr. Kleindienst was telling them that the Watergate trial was no whitewash because Asst. U.S. Attorney Earl Silbert. the 36-year-old prosecutor in the case, and his two assistants were not politically intimate with the White House. "You take this fellow Silbert," Mr. Kleindienst told reporters. "I don't know his political affiliation but I guess he's a Democrat, considering his age and the fact he's Jewish." Rep. Lester D. Wolf, D-N.Y.. reacted with a strong letter to Mr. Kleindienst, ooserving that this remark is an example of the 'kind of comment that fans the flames of bigotry and prejudice." Mr. Wolff circulated his letter to other Jewish members of Congress. Upon getting the letter in which Mr. Wolff called for a public apology Mr. Kleindienst immediately contacted Mr. Brody with whom he has cordial relations and asked for his help in solving the situation. Mr. Brody quickly arranged a meetins between Mr. Wolff and Mr. Kleindienst for the next day. After an hour's session, Mr. Wolff reported he was no longer upset or concerned. "The attorney general was very gracious," Mr. Wolff said. "He explained the situation in a way that sounded very plausible. The impression he made to me today was a good one. He spoke with sincerity. He said that the misinterpretation of this remark was one of the worst things that had happened to him. And he didn't say some of his best friends are Jewish." Two of the Jewish members of Congress receiving Wolffs .. letter are New York Republicans. Sen. Jacob Javits. dean of the Jewish members, said: "It's just one of those things you don't know how to resolve. It was very ill-advised. We'll just have to take up that score and keep it in our heads." Freshman Rep. Benjamin Gilman said: "Religion is no indication of party's preference." Whaft happening here.., Isur lakes Lead Fighting For Shazar Post For Bill WASHINGTON, DC. (JTA) — A showdown is rapidly shaping up on whether Soviet -American trade will include Soviet adherence to freedom of emigration. In a three-faceted battle, Soviet propagandists are lobbying on Capitol Hill and ottering inducements across the country to U.S. business and industrial leaders. The Nixon administration, seeking ratification of the U.S.U.S.S.R. bilateral trade agreement, is encouraging Soviet propagandists but may be seeking a compromise in Moscow where Continued on Page 13-A JERUSALEM (JTA) — Yaacov Tsur, president of the Jewish National Fund and a former Israeli ambassador to France, appeared this week to be the leading presidental candidate as the Labor Party started the process of selecting a successor to President Zalman Shazar. Israel's new President will be elected by the Knesset May 25. The prerogative for selecting candidates for the prestigious, but largely ceremonial office traditionally belongs to the majority party. According to some observers. Mr. Tsur's election is a virtual certainty because he appears to have Premier Golda Meir's supContinued on Pa*re 6-A REP0R1 TO THE COMMUNITY The Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has set a 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Campaign goal of SI million and we are more than half way there. As of today, we have commitments for $838,078; which represents J 49 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. In uddition, the Women's Division now has 19 Pacesetters (annual minimum gifts of S10,000* and 31 Trustees (annual gifts of $5,000 0 r more). Ihis dramatic increase is in large part due to parlor meetings which have covered the county in the past several weeks. In the parlor meeting settings, women are invited by other women to their homes. Here they have the opportunity to discuss the work done by Federation and its beneficiary agencies and have their questions answered in an informol setting. |V*^^ T date, there have been 32 parlor meetings with ^^ many more scheduled for the coming weeks. ^ I feel that this success is an outgrowth of our \*^j \ personal approach to the Jewish women ot this community. ,A ^ ^ We want people to give with an understanding of the MkJP £ human needs involved. Not only has this increased underI standing contributed to the financial success of our earner paign but it has stimulated more and more women to •^— ~ give of their time on a volunteer basis. As part of this commitment, the Women's Division will begin its Dial-A-Dream Telephone Outreach Progrom March 19. Women who join our Dreamforce will be donating their time, either at the Federation building or from their homes, phoning their friends to help 'Impossible Dreams' come true for Jews in need throughout the world. Those participating in the Women's Division 1973 Drtamforce will be performing an invaluable service both to the 1973 CJA-1EF Campaign and to those Jews less fortune) %  than ourselves. The women of the Jewish community of Greater Miami are fortunate in thot we are often able to see our dreams come true and this will be an opportunity for us to help turn some 'impossible dreams' info reality. TOBY (Mrs. Leonard) FRIEfHAND Women* Division Viet President for Campaign IGri 119; I anc Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund Campaian YAACOV TSUR NCJW Convention To Honor Gov. Askew, Dr. Prinz Here A I Ion Ready To Suggest j Separate Jordanian Pact Two national awards will be presented for the first time at the 30th biennial convention of the National Council of Jewish Women, March 26-29, at the Deauville Hotel. More than 800 delegates from throughout the United States will help celebrate the 80th anniversary of the NEJW Gov. Reubln Askew will receive the organization's John F. Kennedy Award before delivering the keynote address at the opening session March 26. The award is given biennially to same one who has rendered distinguished service to a cause meaningful to the late President Kennedy, and whose efforts have brought about social progress through legislative action. Previous recipients include Sen. Hubert Humphrey. Bayard Rustin. Jack Vaughn, Patricia Worthy and Mrs. Dorothy Height. Dr. Joachim Prinz, past president, American Jewish Congress, will receive the NCJW's first Faiih and Humanity Award at the concluding banquet March 29. He served two terms as chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. March 28, some 500 community service oriented delegates will be taken by sightseeing buses to l 1 service projects serviced by the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Sites to be visited include Variety Children's Hospital. Braille Bindery. Arcola School for Handicapped. Larchmont Gardens Day Care Center, Douglas Gardens Jewish Home for the Aged. South Beach Activity Center, Ponce de Leon and Ida M. Fisher Junior High schools, YMHA Child Care Continued on Page 7-A JERUSALEM (JTA) — Deputy Premier Yigal Allon is planning to suggest that Israel seek a separate peace settlement with Jordanian Kin;; Hussein when the Labor Party resumes its debate on the futuie of the administered territories. Gen. Allon has apparently been talking to his close friends privatelv about raising such a proposal. According to the deputy prime minister, the chances of getting a settlement with Jordan are far better than of securing an arrangement with Egypt. Moreover, ho thinks that Israel should exploit any opportunity of denting Arab opposition to negotiations, the newspaper Haaretz said. Gen. Allon was said to feel that Palestinian representatives on the West Bank are more receptive to a peace arrangement with Israel. Were Israel to forge a settlement with Jordan, these representatives would be inclined to subscribe to it, Mr. Allon believes. His suggestion has apparently been given impetus by the recent expressions of support for the Allon Plan given by Hussein. Specifically, the Jordanian monarch was reported to agree with that part of the Allon Plan calling for the stationing of I troops along the Jordan River. Despite this. Hussein still feels strongly that the Israelis must turn over some sovereignty of Jerusalem to the Arabs.



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Friday. March 16. 1973 Technion Women Schedule Annual Chai Luncheon Miami Chapter. Women's Division, American Society for Tcehnian. is holding its annual Chai scholarship luncheon on Friday, March 23, at 11:30 a.m. in the Kings Bay Country Cub, 14401 SW 62nd Ave. The program for the affair will feature a dance showcase by the Arthur Murray Dance School and a fashion show by Graciella Mora. Mrs. Meyer Brilliant is chapter i president, and serving as chair; a an is Mrs. Kenneth Rosen with Mrs. David Sernaker co-chairman. In charge of reservations are i Ann Goldberg, Anne and Mae Wollman. +Jf*ist>nort(fiar) Page7-C Educational directcrs of Jewish schools of Greater Miami are shown discussing Israel 25 with guest speaker. Dr. Elijah Bortniker. center (seated^ director of the board of Jewish Education, Essex County, N.J.. Shown left to right (seated) are Nathan Greene, B'nai Raphael. Dr. Sidney Esterson, Temple Emanu-El, Herbert Zvi Berger, executive director. Central Agency for Jewish Education, Dr. Elijah Bortniker, Helene Blumkin, director Israel Stamp Service, Cantor Jack Bornstein, Temple Israel. Dror Zadok, Hebrew Academy, South Dade. From left to right (standing) Rabbi Dov Bidnick, Hiilel Community Day School, Herzl Honor, Temple Zion. Rabbi Dan Landsman, Beth David, Dciothy Herman. Temc!e Beth Am, Ray Berman, Temple Judea, Miriam Schmerler, Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Lillian Ross, librarian. Central Agency for Jewish Education, Abraham J. Gittelson, Central Agency for Jewish Education, Richard Siegel, Temple Sinai of Norih Dcde, Rabbi Stanley Weiss, Yeshiva Day School, Aryeh Rockach, Israel Shaliach. Hiilel Students To Celebrate Purim Student? of the Hil!el Com-.ill offei Purim songs and the munity Day School will present an original Purim program Monrif" 10 a.m.. at the school, 21288 -eventh and eighth grade will present an original play. Rabbi Dov Bidnick. principal. Biscaync Blvd. Nursery, kinder-aid prizes will be awarded for the garten, and fourth grade classes best costume to one boy and one girl in each class. The PTA, under th:guidance of president Mrs. Harvey Baxter,' will present the children with Purim delicacies. At the weekly Oneg Shabbat program, Mrs. Carl Cohen, youth co-ordinator for Temple Beth Shalom, pre-kindergarten director and regional chairman for Kadimah groups for United Synagogue Youth, will address the students I on Friday, .it 10 a.m. Mrs. Cohen, .'.hose son l.oren is a seventh grade student at The Hiilel will speak on "Youth Groups." MIR,AM fRuO Miriam Fried, Israeli Violinist, At Beth Sholom •i Fried, young violinist, winner of the first prize in the 1971 Queen Elizabeth of Mini competition, will appi... in a Miami premiere violin recital on Saturday, April 14 at 8:30 p .it Temple Beth Sholom. at to Judy Drucker, chairman of i th Sholom Great Artists Si which is sponsoring Miss Fried's appearance Miriam Fried was born in Rua and emigrated t > Israel small child she graduated from the Rubin Academy of Music in I Aviv at the age of 16 11 i h ilai flip ti mi the America ael Cultural Foundation, .-'. %  n studied in Europe, at ind. w : sity, and at the Juill ar I tiool of Music with Ivan mian. Tickets ore available at the t< i ip • office, the Miami Bei Co., and the Allegro Music House in Coral Gables. Mrs. Freedman Elected JWV 171 Post Commander Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. Jewish War Veterans, has elected Mrs. Dora N. Freedman of WesJ Miami as commander. Mrs Freedman. a yeoman in the US Navy during VVW 2. will be -tailed for the 1973-74 term on Thursday. April 12, at 8 p.m. at Pythian Hall, 4601 West Flagler St. Other officers to be installed are BI nior vice commander Charles Esterman, junior vice commander Leonard S. Davis, judge advocate Ralph Rosofsy, surgeon Dr. Rubin C. Slater, and three year trustee Edward W. Brenner. Mrs. Esther Jacobs will be installed the same evening as president of the Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Auxiliary 174. Book Review Slated Ohev Shalom Sisterhood will meet Wednesday noon in the synagogue social hall. Program will feature a review of "My Father Sholom Aleichem" by Marie Waife Goldberg, presented by Shalamith Cohen. is^d cmb Announces the Opening of a New Corner PHASE IV Tow Vlivate Corner of the VSfald ... where life is led by time and tide. 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March 16. 1973 fUfewiift KlorSrfiati Page iI-B .> milS. GEORGE FELDEVKREIS Women ahiiuai lJin;. .in and Bru-k Luncheon. Tlie S25 a plate function is slate ii %  ( ), i :m 1; .1 % %  March 27. it was announced this LEGAL NOTICE [rs. George Feldenkreis .cadeiny Lunch Chairman George (Dorita) Feldeuv. week by Mrs. Leonard (Irene) has been named general Vdler, president. ( nan of the Hebrew Academy Rene Sanchez of Bal Harbour •ill present a complete fashion how, Mrs. Feldenkreis said, featuring the latest styles for the forthcoming summer season. Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, Mrs. Henry Stern and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will serve as cochairmen. Mrs. Adlcr said. A vice president of the Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs. Feldenkreis was recently elected pros ident of the Sisterhood of the Cuban Hebrew Congregation of Miami Beach. She and her husband have nlayed key leadership roles for both State of Israel Bonds and the CJA-IEF campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs Feldenkreis also has been active in the fund-raising effort for the new Merwitzer Building of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. The Binyan and Brick luncheon s the social highlight of the Iebrew Academy Women's yearly alendar. and a record attendance %  s indicated, Mrs. Feldenkreis said Fontainebleau Park Sells 544 of 647 Units In little more than a year's ime. Miami's Fontainebleau Park 'ias topped the Slfi.2 million mark in condominium and townhouse •ales, and 544 of the available 647 mits have been sold. Trafalgar Developers of Florida. Fontainebleau Parks creators, are developing four condominium com nullities and two rental communities within the project Ninety of the original 600 acres have been purchased by other de velopers for apartment and conlominium development. When completed. Fontainebleau Park will be a community of approximately 5.000 units. Yaffa New Unit Of Hadassah The Miami Chapter of Hadassah announces the formation of it 25th group. '"Yaffa.' coinciding with Israel's 25th birthday. The group will meet on the third Tuesday of every month at Wash ington Federal. 167th at 6!h Ave.. at 12::H) p.m. Rose Dushkin and Laura Tepper, are chairm in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NGHnt'l-: IS IIKKKIIY GIVEN I the lAdi i MI ni -i. IUSH inn t>> • 1 itajft buslnef uinli r llufl.-titii.un.,rn. ROJM.K KNTKIIl'KISKS ..I I); County Bald nnr n, %  i, i,. i cult Cou %  ,'.;. %  I MORTON i'.l'.l'SSKI. I'llli.ll' LAPIDU8 0aHe H Attorn, ^^ %  tv X: 11... 11.11 ll.ink lllilK. Mlam hal n. %  of II.I. ster NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH' 1 : is HEREBY fJIVEN thai th,uri%  ix'l a-1'iiiL t<> etiRajc* 1 In busln. u •f TBK %  %  %  i s. 1 -. Miami. I%  amp v .ri.-ii c.f 1 ho 1'mint Court of 11 a. i niin I-|..I i.l., DAVID HAVI-OCK :: IH-23-30 4 fi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKKKIIY lilVKN that the undersii"' 1 a. desiring to engHKi business unil. r ih. fii tiinmminii-a' OSANNA ; • IMlm AM mi.-. Hla Iran. Kla. inU'tiilt,> r'-uister Bald namr with ilm i "1,-rk of MoI'iivull Court of 1> 11I. CI.UMIV. Kloriila EMII.IK I'ultUAl i:s % %  16 2: ..in 4 1. IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 73-6134 GENERA 1 JURISDICTION D VISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION In lie 'I i 1 1 I'XIM: • i' ii.i. u a41-1 ;R \i i> i-n H 1 HS I -1 ^|Hu 1 YIIU.AKK HEREUY notlfli it thai H on for In .-.•iuii..,' ..I' Marriage ha tarn %  .u 'ii are her. i .-u.i %  i ., ropy of ynmr aiiHWer or nthei Pleading In the Pet I,ESTEl: R" "GERS ESQ ivl %  drexai.1 \' VI \ %  ,.• >! ami. Fl. nal with ll %  Clerk of Ihe above ntyled court, on in 1 • fon thh 2 rtaj of Anrll m 1 •• %  n %  %  1 aaralnat DAT I %  a • I. 1 i IV I' IIKIXKEK %  I, ..1 1 'ir'-iili I'l'io 1 rt M KISSER DC (Clrcttlt 1 %  IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF TH£ ELEVE\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 73-S14 J GWYNN PARKER In RE: I SIDNEY .M llll!Si'lll!l-:i:eoea a NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All f'l-aiioi:,ni| All Person* Having Claim"i 1 I i.-niainls Airnin.-t Siii %  Mate: You sr. Ii'-M In tn.i ii i.-.l ami r.-oulren to pr*.-m .th\ • l.i 1 ins ami Hi-inand whleh \i 11 maxlia\< .ii-:.i'.ii the estate Of SI 1 iN KY M HlltSfMIIKI!i: ilereased I.. t • ..f r. %  %  1. i %  •mil v. Florida. to thtl ''il uil .luilui"I ll.nle I'i'UIIIV. and file tin-.-mi.in ilunllcate Mid Re provide,! in S.i in.n 7:1: ii;. Florida I Statutes in iheir offices In the I'OUII'V Courtljo^-.in I>al. I'ounty. Klorldn.l wVMn six ealemlur month* from the] time of the first nuhlii'iilinn hereof or tin Minn" "ill '"' harreil Datea t Miami. Florida this ? day of M u-o.ii. A I> '••T, t BAR\ JANE HIRSCHBBRO 100 Klnir* Poinl Drive Miami lleaeh. K'oHrta Al Artmlnlsli-atrlx Firs' nul.li, -alioii or Ilila noliee on the 1 'lav nf M.-jreh. in?3. Al .VIN S I'.WVN. KS'i Attorn.-v for Ailminlstrnlrix IMl BiK'avne Tower P.uil'lillC Miami Florida .1313 2 S'lfi-'.'l-.KM James M. Blanz is president of Hollywood Federal Savings and Loan Association. Mr. Blanz announced the appointment of David Mrvica to head the association's construction loan department in Davie. Mr. Mrvica has served in both ap praisal and loan departments of Hollywood Federal for six years. GRISHA TSATSKIS Grisha Tsatskis In Program Of Freedom Songs Grisha Tsatskis, interpreter of I lewish and Russian soncs. will ht'ac' 1 program of freedom songs of So j iet .Jewry Saturday March 31. at the Miami Beach Auditorium start ', ing at 8:30 p.m. Born in Russia Grisha obtained iis musical education at the Mos "ow State Conservatory and after ompleting his studies, became a lopular concert singer. Jewish mu j ;ic remained his main interest. When Grisha left Russia, he wa determined to be the voice of hi* people, those Jews who were not as fortunate as he was and were forced to remain in Russia Although Grisha Tsatskis has >eeri in America for only a short time, he has hold concerts in ma ior cities throughout the U.S and Canada. He made several radio ind television appearances anl no-t recently released his firsl Vmerican album, "The Soul of So%  iet Jewry." Grisha'S repertoire includes %  arge selection of Jewish. Russian nal Hebrew songs, as well as op TH arias and cantor!al selections Through the Jewish songs he lelivers the message of the manv oersecuted lews who have been de-, %  lied their freedom. He sings about the source of Jewish strength, th" 1 suffering, struggles, and the triumphant victories of the Jewish people. Ida Goldberger, Grisha's wife accompanies him at the piano. Ida iras born hi Russia and came to this country a few years ago She has a master's degree in piano j from the Manhattan School of %  Music. The instrumental ensembl ; "Rnai Galut." formed of recent Russian-Jewish emmigrants, accomoany Grisha and also play M lections of their own. Zim Selecis Tabak For Kev Position Hermi n D Tabak. s K ilt to thi pn if Zin Containei Sei i i ;e W i rid Heat 1 quarters, ha-assumed full-time du i int to i Cho%  %  •is. i. Ii nl of ^-in American Israeli Shipping Co. Mr. Tabak brings to his new assignment, which includes Zim Con tainer Sen ice, a background of w years transportation industry experience. His business career has encompassed every phase of trans portation. He is a recognized authority in the field, especially in the relatively new area of Intermodality. He is author of "Cargo Contain ers — Their Stowage, Handling and Movement," the standard internationally accepted work on eontainerization. Mr. Tabak served as U.S. national secretary of 1CHCA, special consultant to United Nations IMCO, member of the National Panel of the Amencan Arbitration Association (as a marine container expert) and representative to the American National Standards Committee MH-1. DEAUUILLE presents peeRce Metropolitan Opera star conducting PASSOVER SEDERS Chtir ctn4ucte kr ttrirn Irinkiii $30oo SECOND SEDER TUES.. APRIL 17 7 P.M $25 *ip and t,i\ incl. FIRST SEDER MON.. APRIL 16-7 P.M. tip and Ini incl. Children under 8 Si 2 for each Sedei DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Call BB5-8511, CaterinK nop' ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET, MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 5 Ports Of Call On Canberra's Itinerary Five exciting Ports ol Call are on the itinerary of the "Canberra" when she makes CAPTAIN ERIC SN0WDEN h r initial voyage from Port Everglades on Monday, March N i in. Barba los, Mai tiniruti in I St. Thomas are included 0-day sailing K'' -i vi.,;> is N •--; %  i, w here atti i?tii n* in %  '• %  le % %  eral reI forts, in lu lit"-' H s -i tai a" Son '•' Lumiere" %  iai lotto Ai la* ti Gan • • % %  i"" mai ching f : i. : • iai ium with • from the • %  '•. tail VV • I .i •: %  -1 %  .. %  la; ........ : v I I %  .. %  .. with %  • : tiv 1 i ing di-t.i i tch in charai ter The .' B are lined with 18th century gab'ed houses. Just o itsi .the city are many supui b baj id 'al for fishing, sail'.ns and! swimming Low import duties make CuutesU e\~ col lent Jvfhooping. In spite of the wonderful day at sea that follows, you will probably hate to saj "< ioodbye" to ("ui acao It's nfi to Barbados where you will arrive earlj morning after a 556-mile sailins from Curacao. This famous "sugar island" nl the West In lieit st • • i>-1! in British histo y The capital. Bridgetown, halt' vn Lord Nelson monument and Trafalgar Square. You'll have tiini' to enjoy a tour tak iii4 in all the places ol inti %  -' %  in the lily and aro ind the Island. Look for locally made straw hat.ii 1 baskets hand-embroidered cotton dresses, On \ 132 mtlcs away fi Barbados is Martiniqui youi next pni i "i call. This West Indies i-land. first sighted bj i lumb is in 1493, has been almost uninterruptedly French since the year 1630, It was th birthplace of Napoleon".s Empri sJosephine It's now another night of fun and romanos on the sea bel reaching Si T lomas. Thiithe most import int of the Virgin Islands and wi iti -. V HI can visit Fi"enchman*s Tower where the last ui the pirates including the famous Mr Faw-,a ivore hanged; and Blue h ;.. rower, IIIIA .1 a nous ii.ii. for honejmooners, Fa n ous c'imato and ama/ing shop ,. iins have mate SI Thomas ;i m isl for tra\ lei's. imiso iill .. .,•!,•.; |j %  ,before %  %  %  able '' n< ; x o i-i H.\ ind pored by 1 %  %  '< %  %  V. %  %  : %  I ., %  %  : (i i I iVli o in ,, ; ship duties b<*tween • i Kingdom and In i He was promoted ironcadet ,,! • rank in March 194" HU first command was as Captain of the V&O Tanker "M aloja." ,-i-tain Snowden resides in la ;i fetairs In Kent an l is a neighbor of the British PrimMinister the Right Honorable Edward Heath MP. For corr.'ete information and brochures on the Caribbeat cruises write Cunard lines Ltd., Port Everglades Station Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316 or phone Miami 947-7524, Fort lauderdale 525-3381



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Friday. March IS, 1973 1 *JenlstfhrMbfi AT HOLLYWOOD BEACH APRIL 12 Histadrut Foundation Slates Spring Confab Page S-A. Oscar B. Schapiro Will Be Honored At Mizrachi Fete The new Holiday Inn motel of | ference held in Miami Beach. Hollywood Beach will be the site of a National Spring Conference oi Oscar B. Schapiro, chairman of j the executive committee of the I Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. I will be honored March 25 at the | annual scholarship fund dinner of j Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi of I Greater Miami. The banquet is set for the Eden Roc Hotel, with Herman EisenRabbi Bender Dedicates DR. SOI STHH the Israel Histadrut Foundation April 12. Announcement of the allday conclave was made this week by Dr. Leon Kronish of Miami Beach, national chairman of the board of the organization. Dr. Sol Stein of New York, national president of the Israel Histadrut Foundation, will be among participants in the Spring Conference. A morning plenary session, a luncheon, afternoon workshop meetings and an evening assembly are listed on the agenda, accord ing to Dr. Kronish. rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom. Dr. Stein, a renowned economist and former executive director of the National Committee for Labor Israel, conducts weeKlv radio programs in Yiddish over stations in New York, Miami and elsewhere around the country. The Israel Histadrut Foundation has pioneered the technique of deferred giving to Israel through wills, bequests, annuity trusts and funds, income funds and other forms of legacies. It currently is engaged in a nationwide effort to secure $5 million for the Histadrut Mortgage Fund which will enable thousands of Israeli armed forces veterans and young married couples to secure financing for housing. Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir and Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's ambassador to the United States, endorsed the program during tthe recent National Mirf-Wintor Con Monday Reception At Federation For Israeli Students A reception will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Greater Miami Jcvish Federation Building in honor of six high school students from Israel who will visit three high schools in Dade County. The Federation and the Greater Miami Jewish Youth Council will host the reception. There will be an audio-visual program and the Hashachav Dance Group will entertain. Aryeh Rxkach. Sha!:ach from the Israel programs office, will guide the visiting students from class to class. They will talk about Israel to local pupils, and spend ,ime in and out of class with their Miami counterparts, according to Linda I>ebivit7. president of the Youth Council. Contributions made through 8.5 per cent Histadrut Annuity Trusts are utilized for the Mortgage Fund, !" Dr. Kronish explained. The 8.5 peri leiliple (Jiamleliers cent is paid to the donors through-' out their lifetimes. Reservations for the April 12 function at the Holiday Inn, 4000 S. Ocean Dr., may be made at the offices of the Israel Histadrut Foundation, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Residents and winter visitors of Hallandale and Hollywood I are urged to attend. Dr. Stein said. Rabbi Paul J. Bender will officiate at a ceremony dedicating new chandeliers in the Israel Center Temple sanctuary Saturday at 8 p.m. following the reading of the Megillah. The Sisterhood, which furnished 1 the chandeliers, will serve traditional Purim refreshments. Mrs. 1 Chester Leiter is Sisterhood president. berg as general chairman. Rabbi Emanuel Rackman. spiritual leader of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City, will be guest speaker. .. --• ,. Rabbi David Lehrfield of Kneselh Israel will present the Torah award to Mr. Schapiro. according to Hyman Kolko, a member of the presidium of the Religious Zionists ol America. Mr. Schapiro is a board member of Mizrachi. a trustee of State of Israel Bonds, chairman of the board of Kneseth Israel and active in B'nai B rith, Z.O.A. and the Louis Mcrwitzer Mesivta High School. His efforts in behalf of the Hebrew Academy resulted in his election last year as chairman of the executive committee after years of service as associate chairman. OSCAR B. SCHAPIRO Iwjpidajj. DAYAFTERDAYAFTERDAYAFTERDAYAFTERDAYAFTERDAY You'll have more of those good days when your money is earning more money in a Dade Federal insured passbook or certificate savings account. And helping to make every day a good day is the fact that interest on your savings at Dade Federal is compounded daily, from day of deposit to day of withdrawal. Choose the savings plan that fits your personal requirements. Earn from 5% to 6% a year. Today is a good day to start your money earning more money for you. Make good days even better with a membership in the Dade Federal Savers Club. 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Page 10-A *Jenisf norkUan Friday. March 16, 1973 -. %  %  : %  ( jli€ HQaUi Spc*l>3 'Jrom C7/t* 'Pulpit urn *i,i... .. i. r ii •• %  ... %  %  .".,.-. 'The Open Door Policy* ICJIOH3 o< ervices By RABBI. SAMUEL J. FOX i. i. I87S Jewish Telegraphic Ajrency) Why docs lew i-.li tradition require that one wash one's hands By RABBI JOSEPH GORFINKEL, groups, but peace in our houseTemple Beth Moshe holds, peace between parents and ; children, between fathers and sons. "Saul Rabbi Judah in the name bt lwcon mothers and daughters, of Rabbi Samuel: 'a peace offerInc rabbinic text suggests a potent upon getting up every morning? ing sacrifice that was made while uu j,| c ij ne n j s namely, that we According to Rabbi Solomon Ben the ternala doors were closed be-1 mist fil s( opcn tnc doors of our Adcret (Rashea) the reason for comes disqualitemple anf | then bring the peacethis is the fact that upon being ficd. because it „ff cr j n .t u teaches us the lesson j able to arise from one's slumber is written. "And that n3 ma tter how great our every morning, one should offer t h e v shall peace-offering sacrifices may be. thanks to the Almighty for being slaughter it at' p,, a(:v w jj] elude us if the doors of able to get up. The expression of the door of the ou ,. sa nctuaries remain closed, as thanks is an exercise in liturgy Lent of meeting. | ong as tne j n f| ue nce of the word which relates man directly to God. from which we of God ,. cmains con fined to the deduce that the ,. pacp uilhin tlK walls of tne sanc He is. therefore, comparable to temple doors t(Wry the priests (Kohanim) in the sanemust be open tuary of old who performed a servwhen a peaceThis is exactly what the prophice which brought them into conOffering is sacriets of Israel decried when they tact with Cod. Coming into con1 (Zevachim sm.ke out so courageously against tact with the Almighty requires S5bt 'he people of their times. It was,;, person to purify himself and It is most interesting to note this kind of religion which closes sanctify himself like 'he priests of thai while the above rabbinic nil its eyes towards the burning is-1 old who arc described in the Bible ing regarding the temple doors besues of the day, the injustice and .,., being required to wash their ing open applied to all manner of evil of the time, and becomes conhands and fee' before entering sacrifice, yet the rabbis of the Talcerned only with pompous hypothe sanctuary' (Exodus 30). mud because they were no mere critic ritual that they so bitterly| denounced. Rahhi Gorflnkel JACOB C. COHtN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. ,?6 KNESETH ISRA-EL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. 27 • MENORAH (Temptej. 620 73th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 2t> i-'ri,ia\ R:15 p.m Saturday 9 a.m., iiinMils van: Oscar, son of Mr. anl Mrs. nuiallo PeMenkrala; 7 p.m. .\i>mlinh reading. -_ • NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Conservative. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward Klein. 29 I-YI.I.I\ N.i.i p.m., BTUfsi speaker, Bli yahu H K, dlrecior and adml Istrainr of Hebrew I'nlvcndM of Jeni .|cm, will have as hit topic, tala in Israel." • OHEV SHALOM. 7C55 Bonita Dr. Or. thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. — •— Cantor Leo Radin 30 BETH KODESH. ,101 SW 12th Ave.' %  Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max ShaSEPHARDIC JEWISH TENTER 45 Taaaaawi A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGATION. 995 SW 67thAve. Orthodox. Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave. American Traditional Judaism. Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2 BETH AM (Temple!. 5950 N. Kendall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard S I-'T I,I:I \ v:i" em.. I!;ilil,i BRUmfrard will speak on, "Aatrolvfry. KS.r ami Pas.in. rii, nomena." BETH DAVID. 28*5 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative, nahbi Irving A. We'ngart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4 I'ri,i.,v v::n II in i.ii squill Dade Audilorlumi il. in. w 8c] i Alvph Clasr isccratlun. Saiurdaj '.' a in (Coral Wax -an. HI. IT \ i Itnr Mltzviih: Mii-hael. m>n i.l Ah ami .\li-~. Leonard > r. |. in Rabbi Max Sliaolm will di'U*. "The Muni for Sacrifice" fl iwi-d i.\ OIIOK Shahbal hosted, b) Mi and Sirs Sam Schulwolf in iibservaiiri l hi* birthdio Saturday 7 i. in I'urlin, Ihi %  •l-'estiviil ili.r." will i., celebrated: also Sunilm ": :i. .. m pietists or dehydrated ivory tower intellectuals, because they were men of the world and students of human affairs stressed this ruling with particular emphasis on the peace-offering sacrifice. The sacrificial cult has. of course. The cry. Why don't you rabbis. •tick to religion" is as immoral as it is unrealistic. For Judaism as a disciple of life cannot and must not be divorced from the market place of daily living and the issues and •' destruction of the problems ii presents, no matter i nted in the Avodat how controversial and inflama•i. I \ the service of the heart, discipline of life cannot and must rayer which is our mode "' be divorced from '.lie market of worship an 1 communication P' aci '' daily living and the issues Yet there is in the above and problems it presents, no matter quoted Talmudic text a message how controversial and inflamma reV erence, in recognition of the Ij and relevant for us to"">" and perhaps because they are fac| tha) h „ js ^m,,,.,^, ., higher Generally speaking, in such circumstances, the washing is performed on those parts of the body which are usually exposed in the course of the service. Since the priests of old had to remove their hoes bet ire entering the sanctuary, both the hands and feet were i X| ed Snue oar feet are usu ally i"' i r< d, we wash only the Uso, when a person rises from one plateau of sanetification to the higher plateau he is required t i \\.i>ii his hands out of controversial and inflammatorv. level of holiness, Passing from slumber to the state of being awake is like passing from one levi I to a higher level of holiness, thus one is required to wash their hands. We live in a turbulent and eonThe synagogue always was and fused age and in a rapidly changmilsl remain what the immortal irld and societj in every asChayim Nachman Bialik so aptly ..man life. There appear described as: -The Beth Hayotzer from time to time political, eco nishmai Haumah." The laboranomic. and social issues and probl, "> where our people's soul and lei • which are of universal and character were fashioned. The Free Loan Assn. Meets local so ; i Opinions on these issynagogue door, must remain wide The Greater Miami Hebrew Free sueand nrobloms are sharply di Uin '" ''very challenge and probLoan Assn.. will meet Sunday at vided and debate and discussion 'em controversial or otherwise. 8 p.m„ in the Financial Federal often become heated and even ac,na < Iil '; us today. | 755 Washington Ave rimonious, resulting in all kinds of gaps between the sexes, the ethnic and racial groups and the generations, There comes to mind. just to name a few of the hotly debated issues, the war in Vietnam, the civil rights problems, the dcsegration and the busing issues, and the recent national elections These were issues on which not 1-S) only the country was divided, but literally families were at logger-' heads with each other. Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nar.nias. 31 CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 154244 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohnm Groner. 32 • NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH CENTER. 1720 79th Street Causeway. N. rth Bav Village. Corsn-vativr Rabbi Emmet Allen FranK. Can. tor Murray Yavneh, 32-A BETH TOV tiemple). 643H SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel. Canmr Seymour Hinkrs. 8 AGUDAS ACHIM NL'SACH SEFARD Frldnj s.1.1 p.m., llllM.I Kubel "ill CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Mi. 1 i-rmnn topic, M \Va Morami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor* dt-cbai Juctiflcd?" followed b> DIKB decai Chaimovits. Shabbm Satuidaj 7 p.m., Purlm NORTH MIAm! BFACH rvlce; I ead ;; nl the Mi RIIIH Sun Hel^ewlnd" S^.7"lW..l *% !" VESHURSN (Tem P ,el. ,02S ehlltlivn will % %  rtaln and rcfreabNE M 'f"J ?. a r. den 'e J, C J ,n "U rva niiiuwill In nervcil ,lve Rahhl Milton Schlinsky. Can. tor Rruvan Eckhaus. 33 ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabhi B l !" TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach Joseph R Narot. 10 n in I II %  %  shnu'd lb lu m > IIMM Ml. ......_,. Blvd. C.-r-rv.ltiv Rll-hi M.- L oschitz. Cantor Jacob B Mend'son 34 I ,itISRAELITE CENTER. 3173 SW • St. Conserva-iv.. Habhi 1-aul J. Bender. Canter Nothan Pirnm 11 BNAI RAPHAEL. ICI NW '8^r ,: i; |,| ,..,:.. 1S8C1 NE ?2r.J A-.e Rerorm. Rabbi Port Inn .II. WVi > i .a enm Ra'ph P. Kirgsiey. Cantor Irving Sliulkes. 37 illuntliintini McKilliib r'l ila i' in itabbl Kilt SYNOPSIS Of THE WUKLY T0KAH PORTION Vayikroh •And the Lord called unto Mos (Leviticus Chapters There is a notion about in some quarters that the synagogue, more specifically the rabbis, should not j deal with those problems and is : sues from the pulpit. And when rabbis expressed views and guidelines on those issues from the j point of view of our Jewish tradii tion and heritage, the denunciai tions were heated and more than often quite vituperous saying: "Why don't you. rabbis, stick to I religion and don't use the pulpit for issues and problems which are controversial and inflammatorv!" THE FIVE PRINCIPAL SACRIFICES Aff,,r it. Piescrii. tinn Xpress '" material f01 !" W flings of contrition supphcat.on and thanksgiving toward his Creator The unT2SZ25 of f ,he ,aws t a,ing to sacrificc WM to "2*S n,T of rcflneme "t and discipline in man. The essential principals were therefore that sacrifices could not be offered n SSSn-E on V hat one God >Bd on ,he -K £ !" o Cty; repentance or restitution of the hlaaina committed in error, or as an exnrossinn nt ,Z u?^., f It seems to me that it is this kind of erroneous concept of the i place of the synagogue and religion consumed by fire upon the altar (2) The Mineha' generally that the above quoted generally brought bv a man of humble mean rabbinic text warns us against. In mal offering 3) The Sholmin — — V %  > OR OLOM (lemple8755 SW 16th \ >'' % %  %  '•! %  %  N-'ixn St. Conservative. Rabin Elliot' "•'" (l '' l: I'llfford, I Wlnoflrsd. Cantor Yehouda Binyd* ,r E''ard tiolilnleln mm. i I • • |5K LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami I q "' Ave Orthodox. Ral>bi Jonah E. Avr. Conservative. Riblii Maun-. Caplan. 39 Klein. j • — Friday 8:IS p.m., National runrll of VOUN G ISRAEL OF GREATER MlJewish Women Sabbath \ 1.1.1.-,. AMI NE I7ist st. Orthodox. lativii .a council >:\ -11. .,., ... "The Rabbi Zalman Kotsowsxy. 39 l>e*ci-iidniiti .a I: -1 1nn Still Ac• CORAL GABLti Hermon, Sedrah %  •' \v WUUAM TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E. 4th Ave. Conservative, Rabbi Nathan Zolondek. 15 rummer. Friday 1:15 p.m., n nt K Shabbal s.nnnai 1 pdatinR .1. ,*h i,._,,. |,.,| i )V Kabbl Maxwell lletxer. Cantor P. MillI Drummer Saiurdaj M 11 in. Prldaj :1S p.m., Riaterhood Bnhhath I Saturday :• a.m., aervlee* followed by SURfSIDf %  • %  "•i brunch: MOGAN DAVD CONGREGATION, readins of. 9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine. go fORT IAUDIRDALI 7:10 p.m I'unm the Meaillah NOKtH MIAMI BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225 NE 121t St. Conservative. Rabbi K 0 ir^h.n c b o r u f i:. ke, • C antor Ben 2i sj B K h H ,' sR pVt S*i?>i 7,o w .__ 35 2 Park B vtl Rat >bi Ak.va. MIAMI MACff Br "" ant ***.M-rtw N... 4a A U .? A J H ISRAEL 780 Cartvle Ave EM ,ANU-EL. 3245 W Oakland Park Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever. B,vd (Reform), nabbi Arthur J BETH ISRAEL-V",? 407b St. Dr.ho.ox | ^^ IWiA| K """^ R.bb, Mordec. Shapiro. 18 MARGATE JE WISH CENTER „ ?fcr! Ra S. b Shmi "'>'abu T. Sv„r. SHOLOM •Ky. Cantor Maurice Mamche* 19 B fe T rion RAPHAE ^ ,Ten >,< • -e'nl* H o I*',. Conwrvative. Rabhi David Raab. C,rtor Saul Breeh. 20 B lv^ SHOLOM (Te"rn^le,. 4144 Ch.se Can.. Ll rV""* 1 : ? abbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser ,: Prlday B:1S p.m., Ii Will Ml. the worlds highways, but within its violence ridden streets of its cities and towns, when we yearn for peace not only between the various segments of our society, its racial and religious and ethnic ?1 -'"" Kronish ;%  "• %  -' '' %  "...•'• -•'-,.'"^.'.u; i" i % %  a in MI I'unm Meirlllali aarvleea, da .'. .:•> %  in Temple) 11SE 11th Ave. r!n^ rV ",,ve Rlbb Mo "' ASkop. Cantor Vaacov Renier. HALLAHDALf HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEH (Conservative). 416 NE 8h Ave. ?."c b ob' a 8ehw t C "* l'i:i,i\ 8:15 mil del I vi r 1 lllWUNK In.. ,|, u ;_. his vow. The wrong-doer conscience^triokan confessed I and was obliged to bring this sacrifice rS) The Osham Ywww w >w> wv yvw. CANDLELI&HTING TIME 9 12 ADAR — 5:57 ^ aV%VSia>V%ArVMVVXVv^VVVvvv' guilt e sacri firs-rttar im "^ —""^* aer I'm. Rabbi Beliwarts "" %  %  • on Purlm and viah viewa ,.f "K,% 7:1. '• %^ S tej£ -BBJ* £ =^ ^ n Jervfcea "," ; l '"'" n '"" '^-nT^ir:" 1 ::;,,:!" pti^'ea^V^ SLtf B fT u h M H r n L M T ^>">>1 ArL ^,', Cof-'ervative RabW Morton N.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4 B 'e.L ,T f mp,eK ""01 John.on St, CanJor"^'^ J Rabb David *hP'r. Cantor Yehuda Heilbraur.. 47 B T TON V ?4\ E M H 5HA,M CONGREGA. HON. 843 Meridian Ave. 22. A C ^ B 4 AN V HEBR EW"CONGREGATION Rabb, Me,r Ma.llah Melamed, ?s.„' EMANU-EL (Ten ues ing iplei. 1701 Washing, --••vat.ve. R Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adl T 1, M 0 P S L w B ^ A ^-.C--v.'v.. rjS33S3S ton A ve Conservative. R ab bi irvina ... 'rving JIU vv. &2nri Avenue Hnllvuvnnff 3ler. 24 | R -b bi Salomon R-n.rroch. '-iii.inn1 II'T, ai J •••'• 'ffered, and the sin forgiven. CONG AN-NELL (Branch 25 Robert Frazlr. MIBAMA* Acaden,;,."",, 1 'st Tnd 0 M H br W • Ay. .Orthodox. R.bbi Abrah^.r S r RA ? L


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•age 6-A -Jmtoti ncridBar Friday. March 16. 1973 Murray Shaw To Head BB Passover Festival Murray Shaw has been named funeral chairman of the Passover Festival sponsored by the B'nai MURRAY SHAW iv it Foundation of the United slated for Saturday evening, April 21, at the Hotel Fontaineeau. The festival will highlight a ilute to Israel on its 25th birthday, and will feature an original adah written by Girt Bossak, irector of the BBYO in South Florida. The celebration will bri !" together representatives of the Hillel Foundation of the L niverl ty of Miami, the AZA (boys tilth groups) and B'nai B'rith Girls, and the membership and leadership of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. The program will feature a musical presentation in which the BBY will take part, and will honor the members of the president's and century clubs of B'nai B'rith. Murray Shaw has been a community leader in many areas He has chaired the Israel Bond drivein his community, and sparked the campaign of the Miami Jewish the campaign of the Miami Jewish in the activities of Temple Ner Tamid, he has concentrated in the promotion of Jewish education among the congregation's members. The BB Presidents and Century clubs are composed of individuals who have made ''continuing commitments to the B'nai B'rith Foundation to maintain and further the efforts on the college campuses of the Hillel houses, the BBYO in over 1.100 communities in the US. and the career and muscling services of the Foundation. Murray Shaw originated the concept of the Century Club on a national level, and is a mem ber of BB Freedom Lodge which has the largest number of club participants in the United States. Co-chairing the affair are Judge Ted Nelson and Alfred Golden, national Hillel commissioner. Serving on the committee arc E. Albert Pallot and Burnett Roth, national Trusties of the B'nai B'rith foundation. Howard Neu. Sidney Ritter, Mel Feigcles. Sol Kaye, George Kotin. Jack Sperans, Leo Steinman, Eva Sussman, and Joe Sussman Humphrey Denounces Terrorists Cong. Lehman Speaker At Sinai Ground Breaking Tsur Takes Lead For Shazar Post < tattooed from Page l-A port. But two other candidates havf b*en mentioned by Labor Party MKs. They are Supreme Court Jus%  ice Eliyahu Mani and Deputy Knesset Speaker Yitzhak Navon. roth prominent members of the SepVardic community. Arye hi', former secretary general if the Labor Party, supports ud re Mani. Mr. Navon is supported by the oungcr wing of the party, by is Jerusalem branch and by former Rafi followers of Defense Minister Moshe Dayan. (.ahal. the largest opposition 'action, has not endorsed any i andidate. But one of its leaders. Elimelech Rimalt. recently old a Haifa audience that Gahal avored Judge Mani. The National Religious Party. a coalition partner, reportedly leans toward State Comptroller E. I. Nebenzahl who is Orthodox. The Labor Party leadership bureau met with the executive of the party's Knesset faction to discuss the various candidates. On Thursday, the Labor Alignment's Central Committee was to meet with the full Knesset faction in Tel Aviv, hopefully to select a candidate. Lubavitcher Message Members of the Lubavitchei Movement attending a Purim observance Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the Crown Hotel will hear a Purim message from the Lubavitcher Rebbc. Rabbi Menachem M. Schnccrson to be broadcast via long distance hook-up from Lubavitcher headquarters in New York. By Special Report LOUISVILLE — Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey said this week at a j United Jewish Appeal dinner that "the Palestinian extremists are doing more to jeopardize peace in the Middle East than any other single force. •Not satisfied with the attempted blackmail of the U.S. government, the terrorists are blackmailing Arab governments every day by their presence and extensive operations throughout the Middle East. "With their violence and terrorism, they are a menace to Arab and Jew alike. All responsible governments must join m a common effort to do away with these terrorist movements." Sen. Humphrey said "the United Nations has a particular responsibility to mobilize its membership to track down and punish the terrorists. No nation should provide them with refuge or asylum. "The recent tragedy in the Su dan demonstrates that terrorism is a despicable device which only subverts peace at a time when a break through might be possible." the Minnesota Democrat asserted. Sen. Humphrey observed that the President's recent meeting with President Sadat's foreign policy advisor, followed by the lung and friendly meeting with GoUla Meir. •gives real hope that a forward movement in casing tensions in the Middle East may now be possible. "And it is clear." he said, "that the terrorists arc anxious to undo these signs of hope." Senator Humphrey will be honored W'eilnes day night in Miami Beach at a Hebrew University national dinner Spinoza Forum Lists Speaker On Thursday. March 22. at 10 a.m. Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin will review "My Name Is Asher Lev" by Chaim Potok at the Spinoza Forum meeting at 1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Granville Fisher, psycholo gist, will speak on "Gallery of the Mind" at the 10 a.m. meeting on March 29. Mrs. Harold D. Berlowitz, social worker, founder of the Women's Committee for Brandeis University, gave a talk on "Brandeis U." at last week's forum. Following Purim morning service and Megillah reading on Sunda v. the congregants and children of Temple Sinai of North Dacle will assemble outside their sanctuary on 188th St. and NE 22nd Ave.. to participate in the ground breakinc ceremon) for a Religious School Building, which will be constructed starting April 1. The building, to be named the lrvin and Fannie Rosenblum Religious School Building tor their generous gift towards it.construe lion, will house Temple Sinai's %  T0 Religious School students who have been attending classes on a temporary basis at John F. Ken ^ ned) Junior High School. The new ( building will base 14 classrooms.] with provisions for a nursery school and for >outh meeting, rooms Cong William Lehman of the 12th District, will give the dedicator} address during festivities which will include songs and pray j ers led by the congregation's i youth choir and the breaking of .round by pa>: presidentof the Oneg Purim For David Pinski Club I. Lasavin, author and lecturer. will speak on "The Significance of Purim at the Present Time" at the meeting of the David Pin.-ki Club Friday, a p.m. at the Ida Fisher School Cafeteria. Fishl Nashkin, humorist will offer a monologue from Sholom Aleichem. and Hilda Zueker. folksinger. will present selections of Yiddi-h and Hebrew >ongs. accompanied by Paul Yanovsky. conrptearton: Dr. Stanford B Cooke. Sam H Lubell. Harold A Greene, and Lloyd B. Jayc. pies ident Kenneth J. Schwartz. Also the building committee co chairmen Dr. Val Bloch. George Berlin and Sydney Walker, and the men who have chaired the Re igious School committee durinu the planning stages for the new building. Dr. S. Allan Schwartz enfeld and Marvin Pack. The Ro^enhlums. after whom the school building is named, will also participate in the ground breaking. Chairman of the day is Aaron Podhurst of the con: tion's board of trustees. HANSH. 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Tage AC +jf*i<(t Mr ridffort Friday. March 16. 1973 MB Hadassah Groups Sel Varied Calendar AJ Conqress Sets Women's Division Convention In DX. HJ vvngivj* ~ r ., n „ roitvm ,„ P „. I Israel's 25th birthday. Israe Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas%  ah Groups are meeting on th< i. Ilowing dates. Morton Towers Group will have its youth Aliyah luncheon Sunday noon, at the Deauville Hotel. Son{ stylist. Bob Newkirk, will enter i; in. accompanied by Sally Lazar at the piano. Buses will he provided. Mrs. Philip HoutZ will pre side. Miami Beaeh Chapter of Hadassah board meeting is set for Monday, at 10 a.m. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Bmanuel Mentz will preside. At 1:30 p.m.. also al the Algiers Hotel, author Edith Gold v U review her l>;>ok, -Music of the Jews." Mrs. Irvine Spear is chairi. in Soulhuate Group will present its 12th annual gala shew and music festival on Sunday. March 25. al 7:30 p.m. in the Hibiscus Audi torium at Alton Rd. and 10th St. The show has been produced I directed by Dolly Kramer. with assistant director. Nata Utal. The performance will be followed I dancing to a live band. Lincoln Gronp is planning ; >< veil day Caribbean Cruise leav, j \prii 28. in charge of arrangements aie Faye Varrow and Rose K. avnz. Hoyal Maccabees (iroup meeting at the Financial Federal. 855 Washington Ave. on Monday, at 7 p.m.. will feature a Purim festival. Program chairman is Clara Landy. Mrs. Irene Birnbaum wiH reside. Forte Towers (.roup will hold Youth Aliyah luncheon Tuesay, at Hie Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Sherman Fast, past president of the .Iiami Beach Chapter, will be [uesl speaker A musical prosram %  ill be presented with Marie ialuban. soloist, and Bert Bucknan at the piano. Mrs. Jennie Sittlemcn will be chairman of the lay and Mrs. Jules Lessem will preside. Shaloma Group will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Tuesday, at liioii. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will be Kuest speaker. Mrs. Louis Gold, man will present a cantata with Olga Biber Stern at the piano. } Mrs. Paul Kanlot will be chairman if the day. with Mrs. Anna Stone presiding. Lincoln Group will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon Wednes! day. at the F.den Roc Hotel. Opera singer Aldo Monaco, accompanied | by Sally Lazar. will entertain. Mesdames Belle Burack and Jean Davis are co-chairmen. Mrs. Dan Liftin will preside. Sophie Tucker Group will have it* Youth Aliyah luncheon Thursdaj. March 22. at noon, at the Eden Roc Hotel Mrs. Rose Podden will preside. More than 500 leaders of thi American Jewish Congress national women's division will meet in Washington, D.C. March 25-28 for the Women's Division 40th An nlversary Biennial Convention in the Mayflower Hotel. In plenary and workshop ses siona, tfl y will explore topics as diverse as the War Powers Act and the Changing role of women in American and American Jewish life Government security versus press freedom, new directions in I S foreign policy, domestic priorities, the impact of intermarriage and "Key "73" (the Christian prosehti zation movement' on American Jews — all will be probed during the four-day parley around the theme. "Our Past As Prologue." Highlights of the convention will include addresses by Sens. Charles Percy of Illinois and Walter Mondale of Minnesota and a roundtable discussion among U.S. Con gresswomen and the American Jewish Congress women. I 'MTl ^hday. Israeli -\, a special installation banquet, sul Genera David Rivlin of the Women'* Division will salute York will he ConHe %  I CONDOMINIUM RESALES CONDOMINIUM PLEASING CONDOMINIUM ^r LISTINGS CONDOMINIUM SALES I Talk On Curacao At Open House The Miami Business and Professional Chapter of Women's American ORT will hold open house on Thursday. March 22 at 7:45 p.m.. in the hospitality room of the Chase Federal, 425 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Constantino Vinck, regional manager of the Curacao Tourists Board, will speak on Curacao and show a film of the country, including the oldest Synagogue in the Western Hemisphere Social hour will follow. MORTLAW MANAGEMENT. INC. Registered Real Estate Broker 927-0371 Bro**ard 945-0183 Oo6a j Luncheon. Cards For League Unit | Women's League for Israel. Lincoln-Miami Reach chapter, will hold a luncheon and card party | "ii Tuesday, al noon, at 100 | Lincoln Rd. Sponsors for the afternoon are Mrs. Jennie Dressner and Mrs. Sophie Rappaport. 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Tage 2-A Jewish flcr id/ton Friday, March 16. 1973 Activities Continue For 1973 CJA-IEF Campaign Plans are being made for the an-1 ml dinner meetinsJ'for the residents ef SeaOMSt Towers West, to' be held Mareh 22 in the Seacoast ; 't .ivvci-s West Median ranean Room, on behalf of the Greater Miami .i. wish Federation's CJA-IEF cam pMgn. Albert Tauhwg is 1973 CJA-IEF Seacoast Towers West general chairman. l>r. Irving Lehman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will \ he gueal speaker at the dinner. which is being coordinated by co j chairmen Ben Cutler. Sidney King and Abraham 11. Schwartz. Seacoast Towers West campaign officers include Meyer Myers, op eration upgrade chairman; Abe hell/, honorary chairman, and Mrs Ruth Karshan. women's divion chairman. GOP Witt Woo Jewish Voters On Steady ftasis By Special Report WASHINGTON — Two Jewish officials from President Nixon's re-election campaign met recently with Republican National Chairman George Bush to discuss longrange Republican support from Jewish voters. In 1972. many Jewish voters "got over the trauma of voting for a Republican." George Klein of California and Albert Spiegle of New York told Mr. Bush. In the first of what Mr. Bush •aid he hoped would be several Members of the Student StrugI meetings. Mr. Klein and Mr. le for Soviet Jewry have an i Spiegle discussed the prospects for winning Jewish support fforts on behalf, of the CJA-IEF campaign. Chairmen are Ed Rosenfeld and Victor Siegel. Ben Barg was New Horizons CJA-IEF chairman for last year's campaign. Megillah Reading To Protest Soviet Jewry Treatment nounced plans to peacefully demonstrate Saturday night outside the Miami Beach Auditorium while a Russian gymnastic team performs inside. Asher Stern, representative of the student group which is headquartered at the Hillel Jewish for Republican state and cor.givssional candidates. Both men were chairmen in their respective states of Concerned Citizens for the Reelection of the President. %  I n 1972. we had the first drastic change: community leaders began %  Jgn c wnmiltcc includes! '-"enter of the University of Miami. (o |)o oli k al leaders as well. This ranees Beckcrnun, Abra • aid the demonstrators will conjs gomething that is very signifiCampai Mrs. F ham Blavis. Isidore Denberg. Mi chad Drinker. Michael Fcrman. Bdward Krankel. Jules Guterman. Fred Jonas. William Karshan. Phillip Lawn, Mis. Eleanor Moss. David Richman. Al Roth. Albeit SlOaae. Abraham W.ir.-hausk.v and John Weisnian. Mm Betty Kaufman will be honored by the residents of Victorian Plaza at a breakfast March 25. The breakfast is being held on behalf of the JMJFs 1973 CJA-IEF %  npatgn. Philip Zuckerman is 1973 CJAIEF Victorian Plaza chairman. Dr j £ugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner tamid. will be guest speaker Victorian Plata campaign committee includes Louis I. Altshuler. Raufrman Cohen. Hyman Dienstag. Bnra Finegold. Bmanuel Lazarus. be Manheim, Jacob Mintzer, Harry Mizrach and Irving Wein-toek. The residents ol New Horizons Condominium. I5oo NK 191st St.. elee'ed two chairmen to gpwirJwd National Hebrew ISS&CU GlfT CINTIH INC. BAR MITZVAH SETS RELIGIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS 949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210 luct a reading of the Megillah. "We are protesting neither the exchange of cultural programs nor he gymnasts themselves. We are (Oing to be there to show the Soviets we are in support of Soviet tewry." Mr. Stern said He said "A new Haman has arisen in the Soviet Union, and t is time that they be stopped in their policv of anti-Semitism." cant." they told Mr Bush. Contrary to what many people imagine. Mr. Klein and Mr. Spiegle said, most Jewish contributions to the Nixon campaign were from middle and lower income groups, indicating that Republicans have a potentially wide base ol support in the Jewish community. Piiriin Celebrated At \Sev Tamid Purim will be celebrated at begin at 7:30 p.m.. followed by a Temple Ner Tamid on Saturday I carnival evening The reading of the The Ner Tamid Junior Choir Megillah will take place at 7 p.m. ( will appear on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.. in the main sanctuarv of the temple. Following the reading of the Megillah. the parents of the chil (hen of Ner Tamid Reljgious School arc sponsoring a Las Vegas Evening. Proceeds go towards the temple scholarship fund On Sunday morning, the reading of the Megillah will take place at the regular service which will on Ch. 10 TV. the Jewish Worship Hour, with a Purim program 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! 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Friday. March 16. 1973 JMrt#ft****M7 +. >-* Page 9-A Jewish Agency Chief At Hebrew Academy Arie Morgenstern, director of the Jewish Agency's Department of! Torah Education, was in Miami Beach for four days this week to survey the facilities, faculty and student bodies of the Greater Mi ami Hebrew Academy and the 1 ouis Menvitzer Mesh ta High: School. Mr. Morgenstern was accompanied here on his survey mission b\ Rabbi Nahuin Ariely nf the same department. Their purpose here was to observe classes, discuss with teachers the problems cf education in general, and in particular the problems of instructing such courses as Bible. Jewish philosophy. Halacha and Jewish contemporary history. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy and Mi sjvta for nearly its entire 25 years, worked closely with the two men in various individual and group conferences at the Miami Beach schools. Mr. Morgenstern is a graduate of the Hebrew University in sociology md political science. He earned his master's degree from Hebrew I", in Contemporary Jewry, and has served as an instructor and supervisor of religious hish schosR including a term as principal of NeUnya's Veshiva High School. The director of the Department of Torah Education, first Israeliborn person to head the key Jewish Agency section, is i'4 years-old and a veteran of both the Sinai Campaign of 1956 and the Six-Day War of June. 1967. He studied in the famed Hebron Yeshiva of Jerusalem in addition to the Hebrew University. "What we found at the Hebrew; Academy and Mesivta was excel-, lence on the part of both students and faculty. The level of learning i is high, and the spirit reminds us ] of Israel," Mr. Morgenstern said as he toured the South's largest' .'! %  brew day school. Rabbi Ariely and Mr. Morgenstern brought with them a new book for teaching about Israel, use ful in classes from the first through 12th grades, it describes the story of Israel's Proclamation of Independence, issued May 14. 1948 Rabbi Ariely, a lecturer in philosophy at Bar-Ilan University in R imat Can. is a noted author and new is serving a term of special duty with the Board of Jewish Education in New York City. The men said the trends towards more Israeli teachers at the Hebrew day schools here and around the United States demonstrates 'their role in bringing the Hebrewlanguage closer to the students. Its use as a vital, living language in Israel is presented with authority which Americans with superior knowledge of Hebrew cannot quite equal." Orthodox Synagogue Formed in Hollywood Announcement has been made of the formation of the first Orthodox synagogue in Hollywood servicing the areas of Emerald Hills and Hollywood Hills. Dr. Frank Stein was elected president of the organization, and Dr. Alvin Cohen is vice president. Beach Chamber ., Sets Installation Dinner April 10 James J. McDonnell has been reelected president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Vice presidents selected include Lafrj Aberman. public affairs; Bart Gold berg, governmental affairs;. Leon Manne. tourism and conventions and Jim Wade, organizational improvement. Tony Noboa was elected a director and treasurer Leonard A Baker was rcelected executive vice president, and Elaine F. Arrow will again serve as general manager. Annual installation dinner, set April 10 at the Carillon Hotel, also will seat John Forte, Larry Karel. Chink Kramer. Harry Schellham mer and Robert Turchin as board members. Get a Caribbean cruise in the mail. The book is free. The cruise is from $31 a day to $120 a day.* s.s. Canberra is the Flag* ship of the largest peacetime navy of the greatest sea power the world has ever known. 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Friday. March 16. 1973 "Jkvlstintrfdfoti Pag* 3-B Hebrew U. Official Here To Spark Humphrey Fete Eliyahu Honig, Director of Adof their fellow Jews from western ministration Wf'the Hebrew Wn versity of Jerusalem, will speak at ELIYAHU HONIG a Friday morning breakfast meeting of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. The 8:30 a.m. session at Junior's restaurant in Miami Beach will brief the chapter leadership on plans for Wednesday's National Tribute Dinner honoring Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, a past president of the American Friends for the Southeastern Region and also a former chapter president, will preside at Friday's breakfast gathering. He is president of Temple Emanu-El. Mr. Honig also spoke at several other meetings in the area during the past several days, describing details of the scholarship program for culturally and economically disadvantaged students at the Hebrew University. Youngsters from cultural backgrounds which in many instances are several centuries behind those nations lire-given an'lnteifsive pre college program which enables them to compete on a virtually equal level in the university. Mr. Honig, who served for some years as Deputy Director of the Department of Information and Public Affairs of the Hebrew University, also serves as an education officer in the Israel Defense Forces. Born in Melbourne, Australia. he is a captivating speaker, and has talked on topics ranging from Biblical scholarship to problems of contemporary Israel, before audiences of Friends of the Hebrew University around the world. Paris American Academy Director Here March 20 Richard Roy, director of the Paris American Academy, will dis cuss the Research Library of American and French Contempor ary Music March 20 at 8:30 p.m. at the Doral Beach Hotel. The session is free and open to the public. Mr. Roy has achieved success in introducing and promoting talented artists and their work in Paris. He has obtained recognition for many young musicians, some of whom now are on the faculty of the Paris American Academy. The Academy offers full academic year programs in addition to summer and other limited courses. "Chef'calbit Cheese Pizza but the family calls it an Italian Mychcl Chef Boy-Ar-Dee # Cheese Pizza — a real family pleaserl Just follow theeasy directions on the bo5c and In just about 20 minutes you get a sizzling hot treat-crisp, cheesy, authentic Italian pizza. All the makings come in this one package—pizza flour mix, R lzza sauce and cheese, ow about some for supper, tonight? How about a whole one for yourself, just es soon as you get back from the storel COMPLETE Cheese Pizza Manischewitz Is More Than Just Matzohs We think of Manischewitz as synonymous with holiday matzohs, but let's not forget all the other marvelous Passover treats that come from Manischewitz! There are Passover cakes. Cookies. Soups. Gefilte fish. Preserves. Juices. Canned fruits. Condiments. Even baby foods! And many matzoh products. All with the well known Manischewitz sechel. All made under strict rabbinical supervision, of course. So go all the way — in the "Manischewitz Passover tradition." Stock up on Manischewitz quality food products. And be well set to welcome every guest the holiday brings to your table — expected and unexpected! — ST Honig To Appear On Sunday Video Eliyahu Honig, director of administration of the Hebrew University, will be seen Sunday on two Greater Miami television programs, together with Dr. Leon Kronish, honorary fellow of Israel's first and largest university. Mr. Honig will appear at 8:30 a.m. Sunday on Channel 4's 'The First Estate." 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Friday. March 16. 1973 I ^•Jewisli norkSPan Hebrew Theological College To Salute Harry L. Isenstein Page 3-A Harry t. Jsenstein, Miami Beach and Chicago, community and reli' fjious lead**'" "cv v i nr"T ieV ?"*& ,Uc nf stu ies antl "" ""<"•"•'•" chaTrman 1 I- ol 54 eminent scholars pares Hebrew teachers. Ilillel diand an annual budget of SI milrectors and community leaders Won. Leonard Zilbert To Yeshiva I. Dinner Chair \pril I STAN FRIEDMAN REAL ESTATE SCHOOL 1 2004 N. MIAMI AVE. DAYTIME CLASSES WEDS. 10 A.M. 1 PH. IN ADDITION TO OUR REGULAR EVENING CUSSES MONDAY THRU THURSBAY 7:30 t JH.-l BT30 P.M. 681-4519 754-3023 F H6RRY L. ISENSTCIN March 28 at the Eden Roe Hotel at a national dinner in behalf of the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago. Mr. Isenstein, a top leader of the Federation, United Jewish Appeal. Histadrut, Israel Bonds and other utilizations in Chicago, maintains a winter residence in Miami Beach. He was among the national leaders for the Mid Winter Conference of the Israel Histadrut Foundation, which he serves as a regional vice president. Dr. S T. Swirsky of Beth Jacob Congregation and Rabbi David Lehrfield of Kneseth Israel Congregation have been named chairmen of the March 28 dinner honoring Mr. Isenstein. Both rabbis are graduates of the Hebrew Theological College, one of the nation's largest and foremost Orthodox rabbinical seminaries. Mr. and Mrs. Isenstein have j been visiting Miami Beach for more than a decade and have been vitally interested in Jewish Education throughout their lives. He is treasurer of the Israel Histadrut campaign in Chicago, treaj surer and executive member of I the Labor Zionist Alliance in Illirenl enroHmenl of 7,000 men and women. Yeshiva University's Main Center is in the Washington H< section of Manhattan. Three other major teaching centers are located elsewhere in Manhattan said iii the Bronx. r<> I eonard Zilbert has been name I chairman of l 'itage dinner nf Yeshiva Universit) which will be held Thursday \pnl 5 at fj p.m. at the Pontainebleau Hotel. The dinner is sponsored by the Florida Friends of Yeshiva University, an organization of educators, businessmen, professional leaders, local alumni and parents of students, who support the goals of Yeshiva University and participate in projects to benefit its programs. Assisting Mr. Zilbert will be Th(1 .,..,,!:,:„„„, Charles Fruchtman. honorary of ,wim ui h E*t*^^ chairman. Mr,. Sorrel R. Bollet. ?L "" !" £" I J e B obscn 1 od b >: ,,u Harry H. Frankel, Moses Hornstein gj^ J&KfL 0 and Cu "" e Jack Leeb, Mrs. William Rancher. Vm, r an S vl at p m and Mr,. Sydelle Schlanger. co*?"£?" ** "" '"' chairman: rabbinic committee chairman. Rabbi Max I.ipschitz., The program will include a talk alumni committee chairman. Rabbi' on "The Historial and Religious Jonah E. Caplan. Meaning of Purim" by Harry Z Zilbert is currently a member J^ %  **•"* of the Hebrew of more th.in 50 civic and chari-' Hebrew Chili Observe Purim ijfirxr: MOTEL >il M ^YontaincUeau Mj \0 ON THE OCEAN A.:.% % % %  STREET Vl \J TRADITIO N A I Vl $ seDeR t KOSHER SERVICES table organizations Awards he has received are from the HebrewHome for the Aged, the Democratic Club, the Jewish War Veterans. South Shore Hospital. Mt. Sinai Hospital and chapters of B'nai B'rith. Now in its 87th year, Yeshiva University is America's oldest and largest university established under Jewish auspices. In its undergraduate colleges and graduate divisions the university offers prograins leading to degrees in the humanities, natural sciences, education, medicine. Judaic studies and professional fields for a curSarah Fershko will offer selection of Hebrew and Yiddish songs accompanied by Haim Fershko, who will also play a program of piano solos. Leon Segal will preside. KAbbi MAyeu AIJRAMOVVR^ CANtOR NICO FeLDMAN ... i rerVtpLe MCNORAh GRAND BALLROOM HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU APRIL 16-17 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL CATERING OFFICE JE 8-8811


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Baq4-E %  tmlslfhrktiar Friday, March 16. 1973 Emanu-El Sisterhood Salutes Mrs. Goldberg At Luncheon Mrs. George Goldberg, past president of the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, will be honored Wedneschairman of the luncheon, said Mrs. Goldberg will be saluted for her continuing efforts in behalf of Sisterhood, the synagogue and the community. Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of Temple Emanu-El and national president of the Synagogue Council of America, will join .Mrs. Benjamin Beloff. president of Sister hood, in paying tribute to .Mrs. Goldberg A special wine and cheese tasting party will be tendered patrons of the luncheon at 11 a.m. by Burdine's Department Store. The preluncheon fete in Sirkin Hall will he personally supervised by Jason Jason, manager of the Miami Beach Rurdine's store A Performance of "Show Stoppers" by the Temple Emanu-El Players will be among the highlights of the 3Srd anniversary luncheon. Mrs. Trixie Levin, dramatic director of the synagogue, produced the play. Mrs. Robert Frank is chairman of decorations. Other committee chairmen working with Mrs. Weiss include Mrs. Irving Cypen. patron's committee; Mrs. Lester Mischcon and Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, hostess committee; and Mrs. Murray Goodman and Mrs. Arthur Pearlman, gifts committee. Mrs Tibor Hollo and Mrs. Seymour Singer are other committee members assisting Mrs. Beloff. Rich* Rich Yulnm For Passover MATMCi WtISS day during the 33rd anniversary luncheon of the .Miami Beach coupon's auxiliary in the Friedland Ballroom. Eugene .7. Weiss, ,'cnera COMMUNITY ; MEDICAL CENTER When you go all-out with your Seder and the other festive meals you serve this Passover, you'll also want to serve coffee that measures up to that extra-special holiday mood. Like Vuban coffee. Renowned for its deep, rich flavor. Because it's blended from extra rich Columbian coffee beans, mellowed to hospitality. — ST perfection. Ah. that's beautiful coffee! The kind that has your guests asking for a second cup. And what's more — Yuban is kosher for Passover. Be sure to put Yuban on your "mils!" list Regular Yuban ground coffee. And Yuban Instant Coffee — for first rate •'instant" holiday T SPACE AVAILABLE North Miami Btoch .d Oir Qtctm in tilth; Mis a( DOS"* Ciailttely ftctnUt %  Sides (uir U MI nit IBMII [it*. Itrtra (**&*. CALL 3791054 Over 35,000 was raised at a meeting of the Senior Citizens Ciub of Miami Beach's Delmonico Hotel for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left' 1 are the club's officers: Bernard Naftel, president; Max Greenspan, chairman of the board; Herman Sarecky, treasurer; Mrs. Minnie Slowshower. 1973 CJA-IEF Senior Citizens Club chairman, and Mrs. Mollie Fieedman, 1973 CJA-IEF committee member. PLANNING ON .MOVING TO ISRAEL? HOW WONDERFUL Coll me, Esther, 635-6554 and let me quote you rates. Also loco moving & long distance moving anywhere in the U.S. or overseas. A. B. VAN LINES INC. AIPAC Selects National Officers Former Congressman Emanuel Celler and Herbert Tenzer have been elected co-chairmen of the American Public Affairs Committee s National Council, Irving Kane was elected national. chairman of AIPAC for a third term 1 L. Kenen, of Washington. DC. was reelected executive vice chairman. He was a founder of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in 1!54. The new national treasurer of AIPAC is Bernard S, White of Washington. D.C. Leo Dunn, Boston attorney, was named vice chairman of AIPAC s National Council. COOK-HOUSEKEEPER KOSHER Experienced invalid care 25 yri. one household, until owner's death Excellent references. No-sleep-in5 r e ~~ Mia "" Beach. Call EVA CARR 573-4632 JEWISH FREEDOM SONGS FROM RUSSIA FEATURING ONI NITE ONLY GWSHftranaas SAT. IVCNING MARCH 31 8:30 B'NAI GALUT BAND Grisho Tsatskis (Zvi Ben Israel) the first religious Jew to have sung 1st Tenor with the Moscow Philharmonic AND FROM ISRAEL TSACHI I YAEl Israel's Top Singing Duo DANNY TADMORE the foremost comedian of today at the MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $3.50, $4.50, $5.50, $7.00 For Tickets and Information Call: 652-2606 or 532-9662 ... also by mail order: Moti Cziment, 955 N.E. 170 St. No. Miami Beach, Flo. 33162 Apt. 211 SAtunur. $ 5 0,000 <-' 0^5 ScsSSss .. .Town of Surfstae Purg. • p ^ sQ Canadian Club Purse... Canaa ^ ^ Miss Canada Purse... nc ^ 1:15 US HIGHWAY ONE HAUANOAlE '444f£&***" > s RESERVATIONS 673-0348 MATiftEE & NIGHT DOUBLEHEADERS MISSS^T ?2£* CSDAY SATURDS MATINEE 1 RACE 1 NIGHTS uc SUN 8 pn "If PH^|withtlu this afternoon and tonight at the beach mmmTBEflCH



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Page 4-A *• tewlsttfkrkJtor Friday, March 16, 1973 Floridfian OFFICE AND PLANT — 120 N.E. 6TH STREET P.O. Box 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA F*w> 5. SHOCHET Editor and Publish*? TELEPHONE 373-4605 33101 SFLMA M. THOMPSON Assistant to Publisher Th* Jewish Floridian Does Not Guarantee The Kaehruth Of The Merchandise Advertised In Its Columns Published every Fridav since 1927 by The Jewish Flondmn Second-Class Pojtage Paid at Miami, Fla. MATTER OF. FACT by JOSEPH. The Jewish Floridlan has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News 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 118.00 Out of Town Upon Reauest Friday, March 16, 1973 Volume 46 12 ADAR 5733 Number 11 I The Meaning Of "Key 73" The debate over the meaning of "Key 73"—the Christian evangelistic campaign this year that has caused concern among some Jewish leaders, both lay and religious — has brought statements from both Christians and Jews that have made headlines for different reasons not always complimentary to either side. But Jews who are concerned might take a closer look at what was reported recently in the local press about their own ties to Judaism, as perceived by several local Christian ministers. Said one: "But there are many Jews who are not religiously active and if they're not participating, what have Jews as a religious group lost?" And, from another, came the thought, "That there are very few Jews who go to synagogues— 17 per cent I believe — and since we have a mandate to present the gospel to all men, this is part of our commission." Other than their basic misunderstanding of what the Jews are as a people — a total concept of which religion is only one of the components — the Christian view of the Jew in America is not one to be passed over lightly. One of the sociological reasons given for the wave of synagogue affiliation following World War II was the desire to be identified — as Christians were — through institutional membership. That Jews may have found in Israel, for instance, that identification is not comprehensible to his neighbor. For evangelists selling the Jesus movement those are especially fair game. It is possible, in their view, to have both Israel and ]esus and remain Jewish! If, as some have suggested, "Key 73" makes Jews tcke a harder look at themselves it will be a good thing for us in the long run. Purim Story Worth Retelling If Purim. as is suggested in the new Encyclopaedia Judaica, isn't really a Jewish religious holiday, then why will the traditional reading of the Megillah take place in the synagogues this weekend. No better reason can be given than that the Book of Esther is a great story, filled with heroes and villians, and the kind of story that can turn the normally serious mood of the synagogue into one carnival spirit as that tale unfolds to the accompaniment of greggers and other noisemakers, not the least of which are boos and hisses for Hamon and his crew. The happy ending to a story of oppression is one our people have always welcomed, for it assures us that no matter what the trouble, "Am Yisroel Chai!" The people of Israel and will continue to live. Discrimination Not a Thing of the Past The illusion that discrimination against Jews is a thing of the past in Florida has been shattered by the latest reports of the Anti-Defamation League. Prepared for the State Human Relations Commission, one study details examples of discrimination in housinq and employment in. particular. That these practices still exist will come as a shock to many, not surprisingly since the ADL labeled it "virtually an invisible phenomenon." The Human Relations Commission plans to submit the report to this year's session of the Florida Legislature and every effort should be made to see that it is not pigeonholed, as have other reports in past years. At another level, ADL has protested to the Florida Medical Association the use of membership application forms which ask physicians their religion and race The response of officials of the FMA, that the information is for use internally and for "obituaries," is far from acceptable given the history of such demands for informcrtion that have nothing to do with the qualifications required for FMA membership — or do they? The work of the Anti-Defamation League, us shown by its latest studies, is more proof — if any were needed — that eternal vigilance continues to be one of the prices we must pay if we are to retain our libertie*. WASHINGTON. DC. The mystery of crises on the world money market is so deep for most Americans that the drama chiefly excites the experts. But it is time to note that something akin to "the decline of the West.'' that Oswald Spengler wrote about, lies behind the latest round of trouble for the U.S. dollar. TO (JET THE current facts out of the way first, the present money crisis seems, to be ending with the dollar losing a lot more of its value against the world's stronger currencies. Add the nrobable new drop to to the dollar devaluation I place a bit earlier. You then get the following approximate but quite likely total losses of value: About 40 per cent of the dollar's former worth as against the Swiss franc. Nearly 40 i>er cent of the dollar's former worth as against the Japanese yen. And about 32 per cent of the dollar's former worth as against the West German mark. THJESK ARE massive cuts in our formerly overvalued currency's worth on the world market." In addition, in 1972. Japan had a rate of inflation more .than I and t'j times higher than. Ihe U.S. inflation rate. The German rate wad more than twice 88 high as ours. The Swiss inflation rate was a whopping 2'i limes higher than ours. Hence American exports certainly ought to regain full competitiveness Ii not one has to conclude that American corporations simplj 'in not know how to reach export markets in the GermanJapanese manner. Unless our businessmen are hopelessly flabby, in othtr words, the entire American economy should become fully competitive again after years of continuously losing more and more of its former ability to outcompete all others. Yet the real drama goes far deeper than that, all the same. TAKE THE matter of the Continued n Pace ft-\ %  T GOMMENT No matter what happens to a migrant farm worker, the importance of it doesn't last long; never did. The news of a typhoid epidemic in one of those animal pits in South Dade was barely beginning to make an impact when Miami Beach's contaminated water supply upstaged it. As Dr. Milton Saslaw put it to the Metro Commission: "A wealthy area can have water problems just as well as a migrant camp." It's the kind of thing that makes us all equal. As Anatole France once explained so well: "The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread." That was 1894. and this is 1973. Same law today. BEGIN HERE. In 1969. I I wrote: Ever since I visited some migrant labor camps I have been wrestling with words to describe my impression. I was angered, but not passionately. I was stirred, but not to rage; call it compassion. I was hurt, but how deeply? What I fear most. I think, was phrased best by Hannah Arendt in the subtitle of her book on Eichmann; The Banality of Evil. Banal: commonplace or trivial. These are poor people, these migrant workers. It is not only poverty in terms of money, but in the absence of desire or hope. I am still hung up on the success ethic, and though I can understand the attitude, I find it difficult to accept a view of life that is neither negative nor positive, without despair, neutral. OUM GUIDE through the camps explained that the people we spoke with were used to being squeezed, handled and stared at like vegetables in the store. Government officials, senators. ministers, priests and rabbis have been through the area, asking the same questions, expressing dismay, implying help that never comes. They know, even if we don't, that the evil of their condition ultimately is so banal — so trivial and commonplace — that nothing will be done. It was not done for their fathers and it will not be done for their children. IN 1970. I wrote: The reaction to NBC's documentary on the Florida migrant worker was easily predictable. The bad guys" like Sen. Edward Gurney and Gov. Claude Kirk saw it as biased reporting. There was no indication they intended to do anything about the conditions shown on television which, if "biased,"' were admittedly true. In the U.S. Senate, the "good guys" will hold some more meetings. Public reaction reported in the press was somewhat similar to that expressed by the American people to the reports of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam: disbelief that any such thing existed. THE FACT that there was any reaction at all provides a glimmer of hope. Not much, because it was more a defense reflex than anything else. It was, remember, just 10 years ago that Edward Murrow and CBS did a similar documentary and I suppose we can look forward to 1980 and ABC picking up where Huntley left off to complete the network cycle. The latest hunger and shelter crisis, I wrote here in 1971, has led State Sen. Lee Weissenborn by EDWARD COHEN to plan a joint legislative tour of the farm areas next week, and he is "fed up." he says, with the "here we-go again" attitude of militant migrant leaders. Sen. Weissenborn is one of the few legislators with an authentic concern for the miserable life of the migrants, but he shows a lack of understanding of the system if he finds fault with the militants' belief that the tours are "insulting; you're taken as a clown or something to play with." to quote one of the migrant leaders. My files reveal no column in 1972 about migrant workers and the answer. I suppose, is back in that first column in 1969: We need a guide to find them deep in the farm land, on dirt roads off the county arteries that fan out from Dixie Hwy.. for they are truly invisible people. They don't riot: and "burn, baby burn" isn't one of their slogans but sometimes a terrible reality which takes the lives of a fewsurplus kids in one of the hovels. But it is banality which covers them from sight, even more than geography. So what does one say to the 1973 headline in the Miami Herald: "Labor Camp Action Vowed" last week? Nice of the congressmen to come by and visit. I guess, and to express dismay, especially Paul Rodgers who has done so much to block legislation on behalf of migrants in the past. Not much to say, really. I shall contribute the check I get for this column to the Migrant Relief Fund since most of it is material from columns I wrote in the past about them. Perhaps 1 want feel so guilty about my lack of originality.



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Uewish Floradbian Miami, Florida — Friday, March 16, 1973 Section B Hebrew U. Fete Wednesday Salutes Hubert Humphrey / American Jewry and the State of Israel will join Wednesday night in honoring Sen. Hubert H. HumSEN. HUBERT II. HUMPHREY phrey. 1968 presidential nominee of the Democratic party and Vice President of the United States for four years. A National Tribute Dinner at the Eden Roc Hotel at 6 p.m. will confer the Scopus Award of the American Friends of the Hebrew University upon Sen. Humphrey. The S250-a-platc banquet Wednesday night will Bid the scholarship f.ind established at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for culStates, according to Julian B. taged students, according to Louis H>n II general dinner chairman. Mr. Wolfson. senior vice president of Wometco Enterprises, said a few reservations for the banquet still are available at the American Friends office Comedian Jerry Lewis, currently appearing at the Deauville Hotel, will make a special appearance to help salute Sen. Humphrey, reelected in 1970 as U.S. Senator from Minnesota and a former Minneapolis mayor. Israel Economic Minister Ze'ev Sher will be the principal speaker in addition to Sen. Humphrey. Minister Sher is former deputy attorney general and past assistant attorney general of the State of Israel. Sharing the spotlight with Sen. Humphrey will be four Torch of Learning Laureates. Selected to receive the special citations from the American Friends of the Hebrew University are Richard Levy and Lewis E. Zorn of Miami Beach. Max M. Kampelman of Washington. DC, and Nathan (Nate) Shafran of Cleveland. Each will be honored for advancing the cause of Jewish education both in Israel and the United lurally and economically disadvanB. Venezky of Peoria, 111. Mr. Vene/ky. national chairman of the board of the American Friends, is national coordinator for the dinner. Since his election to the Senate in 1948. Ken. Humphrey has been considered one of the foremost champions of Israel in the U.S. Congress. He has helped Israel secure hundreds of millions of dollars in grants and loans for development and security purposes. Sen Humphrey will receive the 1973 Scopus Award, highest honor which the American Friends can bestow in behalf of Israel's first and largest university. The campus on Mt. Scopus, cut off during the 1948-49 War of Independence and reopened after the 1967 Six-Day War, is the site of expansion by Hebrew University to meet the needs of the growing student population. More than 18,000 students are enrolled for the 197374 academic year. Dr. Leon Kronish. honorary fellow of the Hebrew University, and Dr. Irving Lehrman. national president of the Synagogue Council of America, will take part in the tribute to Sen. Humphrey and to Mr. Zorn, Mr. Levy, Mr. Kampelman and Mr. Shafran. The insurance division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign recently held its kick-off luncheon at the Standard Club. Shown (from left) Gerald Falick. insurance division cochairman; Al Ossip, cochairman; Harry B. Smith, GMJF vice president, who addressed the luncheon; Sam J. Rabin, cochairman, and Mel Kartzmer. cochairman. Leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CubanHebrew Division are working on plans for a dinner-dance to be held March 31 at the Fontainebleau Hotel on behalf of Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left) Abraham Huppert, division's vice chairman for initial gifts; Dr. Bernardo Benes, vice chairman for the dinner and a member of the 1973 CJA-IEF steering committee; Saul Ginzburg, general chairman of the Cuban-Hebrew Division, and Alberto Behar, division secretary. B U R D Congressman Dante Fascell and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir met during Mrs. Meir's recent visit to Washingten. Rep. Fascell, a ranking member of the Foreign Affairs Commiltee of the House from Florida, is well-known as a friend of Israel. The Democrat has participated in major decisions involving legislation to provide economic aid to that country. I Milton M. Parson, director of Israel Bonds in South Florida, presents the State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award to Mrs. Fanny Houtz at the Morton Towers-Israel Dinner of State last Saturday, March 10, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Houtz is a psychiatric social worker. Also present were Mrs. Florence Minov, honorary chairman and Emanuel Mentz. dinner chairman. Gaily sprigged slivers. With no backs. And. from practically all collar. Winging out. ruffly or unfrillc %  from a haltered neck. To emphasize a bodice already underscored by a midriff-revealing sash. For flutter that'll get em _coming or going. Polyester/cotton. S.m.l. by Florence White, Mr. Stevens; $9-$10 Y0UNQ JUNIORS AND JR. SPORTSWEAR. AU.BURD NFS STORES 1 J



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tiday. March 16. 1973 fJtmist Iksihlut Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICt LEGAL NOTICt NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Civil Action No. 73-4844 *:TION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE MARRIAOE BETWEEN • |\ K .' N I. Mil .MAN '..I ftVlD SHIWIA.X I DAVID S1UMAX %  i Mr. and Mi -. M itllam \i %  .nson Truman Rond • u luu. Alnss, Yo AUK HEHEHY NOTIFIED action for Dissoluti f Marlias been riled against you nnrll %  • required lo nerve a cop) "' *T11 I'M ill %  II Ml If, II ; 111 V I n RoYBR WEIXSTHIN \STAI 1:1:1: \ TII. K for Petlll r whose ail 3 %  '•" I Incoln Road. Minmi uu Florida. .Hid rile the original iih •• clerk or Hi. above n or before April I, IMS: •' n 'I' faull u ill lie • in. r, d you i"i ill.relief CU-IIIIIIIII.II n th conn Thin noli. • i„ |, ui.iiinch week I..I1:1 .-.m-. ui n .neck* in THE JEW is11 ii c 1 1: ii ii.\\ W '"> i:ss n\' i, .I.I.I HI.. i iii, -.-,,\ ,,( urt at Miami, Florida, on this r Feb.. in;-. MCHARD P RRINKER As ( "lerk. i 'ir.-uil i 'i'in-1. J lade i 'i.untv. Florida in I SNEKDBN As DcnuO Clerk Cnurl Si-ali WEIXSTE1N & STAfl-.El:. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN lhat 11)6 underpinned. desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name* ..i HARI.I COMPANY (Not Incorporated); IM'Roc COMI'ANY (Not Ini-oriHirnled) iii number It W. Flaglcr St No. 211. in 111., City Intend to registei with Hi. Clerk ..f-ili. Cin-uil Court of I lade i'..111111 Florida. Dated al Miami. Florida. ihis S3 dav ..f I--.I.I u. II v i-.; : Alfred I). 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Will Tl i: Mi IIRA RIVERA Smith Parish Hamilton, Bermuda ..r MOIRA RIVERA General P.O. Box 1240 Hamilton Bermuda YOl' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED (hat aii a.-ii..ii for Dissolution of Marriuge has been filed against you and ii.u are required f i our ii i ittin defeinMARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, attorney for Petitioner. lm>i nddress is 3737 S.W St.. Sni;. III'I. Miami. Florida I :::;l::i Telephone 44A-ii4S.*i. and file ih. ..i ifin.il with Ihe I-1.--I. ..I Hi. i above Rl.vb'd court on or before April j ... in7::; otli.-i-w i-.;i default "ill I nli-reil Rguiusl \.-u for ilirelief lie-1 mnudi'il in ih mplnlni or pell IN THE CIRCUIT CvURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-4666 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE: THE MARRIAfiE IF f Miami, II irlda. MAl:i KI.I.A JAM-: .MANX Hi.said mimes I Wife llll.I CHARLES c MANN HuHband TO CHARLES< MANN I In l.i nn Street Rlnsshurg, Peiinsytvnniii n;:.i.YOl', CHARLES C. .MANX, are hereby notlfi %  lhat an HI lion for DiHHolutlon ol Marrlaire has been riled againM you and you are reiiuired I-. >.rv ;i II. pi of your written 'I. f. n-.If any, to it on ARTHI'R s DAVIS. Attorney f..r Petltl x. M-iin Blsrayne Building, ill Weal Fi.iL.-l. iStreet, Miami, Florida SS130. and file Ihe original wlih the Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERV fllVEN that tinundersigned, deadrinR to engage In business under the fictitious nam•• ii on 2-S-1H-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NUMBER 73-1388 (Formerly County Judges Court) In UK: Bstate .1 SADIE I.IIUJI.I.. 11.. nsed NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti. All Creditors anil All per HavIna Claims or Demamls AKBIIISI > I Estate: ^'.u iiii hereby notifli-d and rettu 1.. in-.-.-, ui aii.v rlaims and demanda whieh you may huve aKaiusl thi i-stni. ..1 SADIE I.IBELI. il %  J late ••! Dade County, Florida, '-. ihe cinuii Judges of Dade County, and illitin same In duplleale and as nroi Ided in Section 7 ::: I... Florida S in..--, in their offices in the c.,untv t*ourthouse in [)adf County, Florida, \. iilim six enlendnr months from ilie tini^ of th.flrsl publlenllon hereof, i or th.snniti\-ill be barreil Dated al .Miami Florida, this •" •:; %  i of March. A Ii IH73 IRVINH I.I i:l-:i.l. As Executor Find publication of this i n Hi. :uli v ..I Ml reh, IM":: SIMON, HAYS \QRCNDWERO Attorney for Kxi rutor .v Ainsl.-v BullllillC NOTICE TO CREDITORS •I'.. All i redltora mid All Persons llavIIIK Claims inDemands Against Said Bstate Vnu are hereby notified and reouired in in-.-.m any ilnims and demands uliii-h you may have against the % %  >tatc .'I EVA UROWN, deceased late ui Dnde County, Florida, in thi i ii1 Miami. Florida 33132 cull JU'IL-. s ..I Dade County, ami file ? %  !>-Hi-23-30 ilnsami in ilupli.ni.nnii ns provided in Section 7J3.1B, Florida Btat-I %  ui.s. in ili.ii offices in ih. County ,M TM C r.iarniT roiiRT Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.I IN ,N AND FOR NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY Tins notice sin.II be published CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4?56 ....Ii week f'l four consecutive iveeks GEN ERA L JURISDICTION DIVISION In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIA.X ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION WITNESS nn hand ami tin -..il % %  OF MARRIAGE said court ..I Minmi, Florida on Ihis IN RE: MARRIAOF. OF County, Florida, iiitliin si\ calendar mmiihs from the time ..f ill.flrsl publication hereof or Hi. -.inn will I..burn 'I Dated ill Miami, Florida, tins. 21sl day ni' Februarj A.D IV7 \NNI :i"'i"i: l:lt( iw.V <:i 'I'W IN KC'III B flORDON A. JAY CHISTI il. Al!\.. Uli.is First publication of this notice on ilnninl das nf March, l!>7 I A JAY CRISTOL Allornev i'"i Executors 21 Korlheasi Flrsl ,\vi nui Minmi. Florida 33131 :: ;-r>1 •;-:':: 2 .Inv nf Fell IV RICHARD T RRINKER As Clerk, 'in ml i '"in i liml. Countv Florida Hi I: M KISSEE As I', nun Clerk n in nn Courl Seall FRI KDM AN AND I IPCI >N >i WtVIN Ri ISS FRIEI >MA S :.7::7 S W H Si Sin:,I A* Minmi. Florida 331 I Telephone 44K-rttS'. Ai lornev fi r Pet ii n-ni r %  n.lC'23 JANII "E MARINI •. nn.I JOSEPH MAUIXO Ti i: .Ii ISEPH MARINO '|i'. S:irni..i.-n Street Baal Boston, Mnsvachuseitu VOU AIM-: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai nn action for Dissolution of Mm-, rlnsre has been filed nffnlnsl you and you are ri nulred in serve a copy ..f your v i-n l-n defenses, if any, to ii on MAX I' ENflEI. ni;..in.-! for Pet|. iii.ii.i-. whose nddresi is I4fi| x w 17th Vvenue, Miami, Florida, and file Ihe I original "illi the clerk of the ahnve slvb'd courl on or hefore April lib. -7: otherwise R il.-fault "ill he %  nIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-173 In RE: Estate ol III'TII AM RON Di .1-. .1 ,-1,-s IN TE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PtADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 73-4926 TN \ir f. ni i,.|i ..I' .Albert ... nn i .i ii fin '1 ami Aurorn .l-l NOTICE To: Mad. Im.ci-.iu n.i'il l.ivinastnn and Ty:> %  ::• I .11 iliCMi-ll You :n. ni.iiii.il Unit the abovenamud 1'. •iii'.n. i--. ,\n,<-i t .1. Crawford ttr.i Aiu-.-i-a Johnson Crawford, have til-I n I'.inm in Hi. al..ivi-stvted I'.-IIM I,.i ih,. ml. .HI i. ii ..f ihe minor rhildreti named In thai petition ftsdV" -ii-.i-i.mmnn'l.-.l t.i serve a copy o' %  • %  ni I'liii.-n ii.-i'-n-i's, If any. on H. %  i -.ii. Petit i-.ii.-rs' :it tornev. nlmnn.l.lr.-.-s is KM:. s..uihili Avenue, Miami. Florida, on • April '• 1973. and file Ihe with iii*Clerk of 'hi* Court efore service nn Petitioners' or Immediately thereafter' ti del mi' may '" i m< '•• 'l I HI for Ihe r* li. f il. inn ml. .1 in • i-.ii %  CESS im hand mid iln seal ..( nil al Minmi. Florida :l.iFeb 'vii II \RD P DRINKER .1, Of III. I 'If. nil '..Ill I 111 II ii K"MEK |i,nin\ Clerk :: 2-!i-lfi-23 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972 File-No. 73 A 10 (Chapter 197 iFS) 1972 Supplement each week for four consecutiVi to Florida Statutes 1971) In THE H'WisM FI OR IDT AN NOTICE IS IIKRKIIV (ilVEN thai WITNESS mv hand nnd thi senl Ronald I Baron, Truste. holder of | of nid conn ni Miami. Florida ••• this fount) T;i\ Sale Certificate No. 7732.21dn> of R-hrnan I971 issued Ihe 1st daj ii June. A.D. 1 :-T % %  IHCHXRDP RRINKER, has filed same In th.Tax Collector's A Clerk. Clrcu" Court I office, and has made application for Dndn County Ptoridn a tnv deed t.. inissued thereon. Said. Bv R. R. SHEA Certificate embraces the fulhiu'liui d. -, s Denutv Clerk I scribed property in the County of Dnde, (Circuit Court Seal) NOTICE TO CREDITORS T All Creditors nnd All Persons Hnving Claims or Demands Against Said Estati Vou are hereby notified and required in preaeiil any claims AUI\ demands which vou may have against il tered agalnal you for h ( relief neu, t '',>"\ ",'• ''• M '"""V '• %  l 1" ih mnlni,,, or netltlon '" "V 1, """ v i '' i 1 '"."'"1 ""',','.',' %  This notice shall be published once '.," Tmdc County, and file Slate of Florida, to-wlt: x i I oi -.'•;. iii.-.ii Haven Acres, I'lat llooh 4." Page 77. Section 24, Township .".': South, Range :::' Bast. i contalnlnB .45 neres more or less, in tinCounty of Pad.-. State of Florida. Tinassessment nf said pr rty under Ihe sni.I certificate was In the name of: Vernersccry Rtrona t'nl.ss said certificate shall Inredi in..I i. described herein "ill Inaold to 'I highest bidder for raah .-.' iln cunhouse ilm.r ..ii ilnflrsl Monday in ih :: 2-fi-lfi 2.1 NOTICE or 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 rdfn-B I" law thnroncrtv I GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: m.iiith ..( Anvil. IMS, which is tin 2nd NICHOLAS .1 N Mil.I l-'.ltl. JR., .im ..i April, l73. at i" %  "." \ M i Husband Datnl this '.'Till day nf February. ; "" 1 KARKNA NAtlLIERI. Wife i--7:: RICHARD P. BRINKEI! Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida Hi p F (Suldstrnnd D.C II 'ii-.-uii '..in i s.-.ii i :: :•-!.; -23-31 -1 %  .im.in duplicate II ml as provided HI Section 733.1(1 Florida Statutes, in iluir office* in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within HI calendar months fmni iln: nn nf ilnflrsl niil..i. aii.ni hen or, or [hi in. w ill lie I.arcii l-'ii. .I ai Miami. Florida, this ;n day ..I l-M'iu.i-.v. A.D. I!>7.1. Max \ fll cm Richard Amron Florence Nusshnum AsI'x'.-i-llt.ii-* Flrsl publication .a ihis notii -in 2nd day of March, l!>73. Henry Norton Utornev I'mISatnte i on: nisenyne Building Miami. Florida S3I30 S --•..ii;-•_•:: DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 72-6256 In RE: Estati nl HERMAN I. SHAW I i.-.-. .is. .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO \l I. PERSONS INTERESTED IM •I III. KSTATE OF SAID DEI EDENT. Vou :u. In I'I In imIii. i il thai 11 \v lit lOll lll-ll II 111. II PU.IIOrtillg I" 1" II 'I Insl -i ill and Ii -I.nil. nl of said 'Ii .'il .ni hue been admitted in said Court Vou aiili.r.-i.i commanded six calendar months from tin date ..I il tir.-i publication uf Ihis notice in appear In -aid Courl and show cause, if am you can, hj thi a< ii paid Court in admlttlnu --aid -viil I., probate slmuid imi stand revoked FRANK i: IMiWI.INtl Ci-ui'i Judge RICHARD I' RRINKER Clerk ADER DISSEN NATHAN ESUS nnd \i:i.S"X & FBI.DMAN, P A Mi..i ney 113." Kane Coiicout -•• p.nv Harbor Islni ib Flit First publication of ihis not n the '.. dai ni Mav. It, .'.7: %  3 :• n..-::-:ai NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN Hint, th.underslgiicd. deslrinu m engage In business under Ihe flctltloui mimi ot PEDIATRIC PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES, P A ni TIIIH Cln'Ioway Road, Miami, Fla. intends lo reglstet said ii.-iiii. with thClerk -.i ih.cii.uit Court ..r Dade Cu.iiv. Florida DRS STBMERMAN. BROWN AND I \7. \i:i s PRt IFESSK iXA I ASS' '1ATIOX Snai Inn x-nn I. Rnakln A Hcllbronner, P A i tornevs (>P( ILKA, llll.1...inI Tn KARKNA NAflLIKRI ..,,„| 1221" Ravlleh Way DEI1I1A VVONNB OPol.KA. I lull illinl .Mall la ml \\ ,1, M'l \I:I: HEREBY XtiTIFIBD Y<>C. DKBRA VVON.NK OPol.KA. Ihnl an action for Dissolution ol Mar|{,-sidencr I'nknnwn, arr notified lo rlagi ha.been riled against you ami ,,. TA „ ,.„,,, ,. ( y „ ur answer in IHsi MHI are reiiuired in serve a copy -i Holutlon of Vltirrlagi filed against ynti v.ui written defetiseH, if am. lo II ..,, Iiushalid's attorney, fJBoROE nn DAVID I-: STONE, atlorncj for VICHOI AS, BI2 XW I2lh Avenue I PelIIloner, whose address is l"l N w I Miami. Florida 3313H, and file origliuil 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, ami file v llli Clerk of this Courl r befori tinoriginal with ih.clerk of iln V ,. V1 | -. ,.. T: otherwise ih. iiis.niuIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ,i.., s styled .mni on or liefon Aprll.'n,,,, ,,,' Marriage "ill lie confessed l IN T-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE KLE EN1H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR KC'DE COUNTY. FLORIDA BROBATE DIVISION Prohatr No. 73-1233 CEORGE E SCHULZ : •. 11 • .. i KRECK EL. n-iini i Ii II Vtl.XN. In RI ISI TI Hi-ri lii.l Tn A lng c VlHi to pi which tate %  TH OTICE TO CREDITORS %  ill lor* ami All I'. • ,ii • %  • 11. mni.ds Against Said CASE NO. 73-4824 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE Till: M \RRI W1B IF loSEPII FERNANDEZ llu-l. I .m.l • %  VTRICI \ FERN \M'i:Z W,i. %  n i PATRICIA FERNANDEZ ,n V le Plains Road I Iroiiv, Ni M Vork I\ i'i:n -i A FERNA XI >FZ, ."• in i. |i .i ilni nn net lou for I ns ..I' Marriage I -Hi "U and i ,.|i in. i I '.. I |'i7:!. ..ih. i II Isi a .1. faull III b ni,-,I iigalnsl you n-iil"uli' i lie-1 i in 'I mill' '""ii This -..ii.. shall I.. publlsh< -i. ii i. %  ', for roil u llxi -im: n:w ISII i'i i iRIDI \\ WITNESS nn hand %  l Ihi nl ol ,i,i ..ui i Bl Miami, l-'i'.i ni: i"'i>.-• ,| ,i nl Feb Ik" : RICHARD I' BRINKI I! A 'I. ; ; .. i "In uli %  '"UI I in le i 'win: l Floi I I Hi R M KISSEE \ i im Clerl • nurl Seal i nil 11 \-ri-|. Fi Ii % %  : i:-7; l:ii il \R|i r I'.RIXKI-'.i: Clerk lo |. I'I'RRV I"' :: ..i ni vour written defense. |i will K STONE ESO VRTHCR s DAVIS. STOXE & SOSTCIIIN, I" \ herein inni and reouired V""i >• '-" Belli r M Iln II nn \ v. id Wei claims and demands ivm Building, !!• West Flagb-r street, Minmi. Florida i: have a -.linst the sFlorida 3313a, and flh ib 'Iglnnl Atlornei for Petitioner S %  %  •il nli> u may RI'TH V KRECK EL formerly with Ihe clerk of Ihe "hove-atyled \' HAOAN deceased late of Court, r hefore Anvil h, I9i3 niinty. Florida. '•, the Circuit otherwise n defaiill will be entered Dnde County, and file the ngalnsl you ror ihe relief demanded duplicate nnd ns provided In In the Comma in t or Petition ii, Florida Statutes, In I This Notice shall be published nnce| ,(,,, undersigned, dcslrlna to engage In ni..in ilnCounty Courl • '" %  h week foi four consecutive weeks, husluess tin.Inthe rictltlnus name nf Dnde County. Florida with-1 •' THE JEWISH PI-ORIDIAX I'AI.Mix VSSOCIATES al 1497 Northihs from the lime WITNESS mv hnnd_ and seal of w ., 1|<( ;,|, sin-, i. Miami. Floridi NOTICE UNDF1 FICTITIOUS N.lMK I AW \. iT|i '! %  : Is HEREIN HIVE Ih. Ullilersigliell ilesll I I .1 • IXC IMF T \N BARCKI O al .... i %  i PETER BARCEI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERV OIVRX Ihnl tin unilersigueil, deslrlnit i gage in Indgi MUM Secll" their house In six ..I. i .l.i' m of th.first publication hereof, or tin game w ill he barred Dgt, .: nl Miami. Florida, Ihis '_' To' Februarv. A I). l!'7:i. [ANSI-: MEREDITH SULLIVAN As Executrix Firs' publication of this notice ol the 2nd dav of March. 1"7::. M. JAV BENNETT Attorn, v f.n Exe.-iitrix ^ %  N r. l'.'.'lh Street North Miami. Florida %  "• l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l-il~"i. undi-r Ilnfn-tilimis mime '-I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai UUI Kl: A. T, ,w ,:i:S c. .X |.. iXI IX IIM ai Sun. 7":'. !>: s Dadeland Boulevnrd. Miami. Fin Intends lo register -aid name uiili Ine Clerk ol Ihe Clrcull Court ol Mad.County, Florldn RIVIERA ASSOCIATES LTD m west Till SH. dav % f Februarv. 1973, RICHARD 1' RRINKER as Clerk, Clrcull Courl Dade County Courthouse Dnde Countv Florid i By; c p Ci IPEI VXD n.-utv Cbrk (Cin-uil Court Seal) j '2-9-1B-23 I i ,.i Dnde r ci.-rk of ih.Circuit Court unty, Florida. Sheldon B. Pnlley 1497 X W. 7th Sire. t. Miami. Fla. Jack .Munn.il 714 Beybold Building. Miami. Fin Sheldon B. Pnlley Attorney for Palmnn Assoclntes I l!'7 X W\ 7th Street. Miami. Fla NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "'NAME LAW NOTICE UNDER Fls-TITIOUS __ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt NAME LAW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS j the undersigned, desiring In engage NOTICE IS HEREBY (IlVEN thai NAME LAW in I."- under ihe fi.-minus ninic the undersigned, desiring to engage In No" i: is HEREBY IlVEN thai •( PfOVBRR APARTMENT8 at IS13.1 business under Ihe flctltloun name of the u' i. isis'in-d. desiring t" engage x i: Rth \venue, North Minmi. Plor-| OHIO HAR nl BO.11 sw 8th Street tn-hu-n. ss under the fictitious name Ida Intend tn register raid nami with Miami. Fla Intends i" register said S i SYLVIAS ATELIER BOT'TIQl'E ihe Clerk nf the Circuit Court or Dnde name with Ihe Clerk of the Clrcull 471:7 Palm Avenue. Hinleah. Fla. County, Florldn Court of Dnde County, Florida. %  endto register said name with Ronald 1. DanDENA 1. MAYS %  o Clerk of the Circuit Courl Ol Dade Carol Aim Davis Miriam Beckcrman Cuuc'i I'l'.rida 'Aitoni.-i-: Attorney for applicant SI'KVII.IA PRIDA Rnald 1. Davis. In Persona 1 ,v 's W 3rd Avenue, Minmi. 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. 73-5855 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE General Jurisdiction Division IN RE: Marriage of l.ll.lANA Tt'KMEU Wife and JEAN MARK TIILMEL. I iusband TO: JEAN .MARK TI'R.MEI. !:::. De l-n llonde Quebec 3 Uuebec, Cntindn VOC ARC. HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .. for 1 llssolul Ion ni Mar1 ;,gi has been filed against you and you .11 %  • r. .mi: I'd to scrvi ti copy of „ tt-rllli II di •• %  If all) m it .... Ri mi:" .1 SHEPARD. .Ill ain in for Pi 'I'llv > !R W Flagler >' I' I %  be vou I %  %  ,1 Il THE JEW ISI4 IAN V\ ITX ESS m> h -.nl courl -. dm Hard RICHARD P RRI> KEII As Clerk. Cln uit Court 11.1.I, Countv, Florida B) l: .1 l-'i'Y As I'. put) '"I. iiii 'ircuil 'mni Real! Romi n .1 Shennrd, Jr 921 Cits National Bnnk Itldg .Miami. Florida 3313(1 Mo.in. i ror Petitioner 3 rie-M ft 4 R IB-23-311 I'd I :i _• H-16-23 MOVING TO METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON OR BALTIMORE AREA? DO YOUR APARTMENT HUNTING The free Easy V/ay (301)587-6614 QUICK, CONVENIENT NO-COST SOLUTION APARTMENT FINDERS ASSOCIATES LTD. 82 J9 FENTON STREET SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND



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tiday NLsrch 16. 1973 *• Jet*/sfi ncriciinr Page 9-C LlGAL NOTICt LEGAL NOTICi LtGAL NOTICE %  >*>*rfA^t^w-*-)*W'W^i<**'N*Ueew'W*W* %  A*>taeW"W*is*' W **^* ; William Hofsfadter Allan Wineberp AI Allan '8. Lou lar MHz at Tempi' Allan iple Einar a seventh Junior Hi Allan's Mrs. Mav Vinberi. The c.\ with a r %  • Ballroor,\\ MNEBERG son (if Mr. and Vii 'berg, will become Saturday, March 17 E lanu-El. iduate of the TernE! Religious School and i li student at Nautilus IOOI. Iparents, Mr. and Malamed and rlyman rill .iitcnd the event. v. ill bo honored M in the Friedland Temple Emanu-El OS< Alt KEI.DENKREIS Oscar ~i : Mr. and Mrs. George Feldei 'MI %  ';! become ;> Bar Mitzv:.!i .r :;ile Monorail Sal urda '. March 17. Osc.ir -.'Vi-nth grade stu dent ..' Hebrew Academy. Fol!"V 'ices there will be ilunch.i <• Teniwle Menorah bn -' n I and Saturday ever thi .• • be a reception and m. ho Oscar at the PlayPlaza KEIP PEARLMAN ieid Alan -on of Dr. and Mrs. d Pearlman, will observe his pMitzvah during Shabbat service-; at Beth Torah Congregation Saturday. March 17. The celebrant is in the seventh made at John F. Kennedy Junior High School and a member of the Torah class at the Beth Torah Harold Wolk Religious School Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will include Reid's grandparents, Mr. | and Mrs. joe Pearlman of Key West and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clickman, • %  WILLIAM HOFSTADTEH Earlj morning services at Beth Torah Congregation Saturday. March 17. will include the Bar Mitzvah of William, sen of Mr. ; nd Mi-Newton Hofstadter. William is in the seventh made at Jchn F. Kennedy Junior High Schoi 1 and is now a student in the fifth grade at Beth Torah Harold Wolk Religious School. He is on his high school's student council and is a member of the North Miami Beach optimist Basketball League. William will be honored at the Kiddush following the service. Among guests "ill be his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marry C 'hen of Miami Beach. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 13 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN till)I I: ild I Hnrnn, Trustee holder of Count} Tax Bale CertiflcaK No 7736 Issued il" 1st rtay "f June. A.D 1970, lias ill. il same III ihr 'l";i\ Collector's ..rii.. ,inv\ SKI Miriam i:.-. I... in.in Ailorm v for ami .\\ a hereby notified and renulred to present ion claim* di n Itvhlch you may hav> agal <-' tintale "i late .a Dadi Circuit Judc file the Minn rlded in Srctli I'.l:I:"l IIA Si 'I: VTZ ill ccaat I unt> %  i" il" i.f Dade i • mil %  I lupllcate tu i a* proSi: Ii K m IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-183 GEORGE E. SCHULZ III RE: i MACRICE MIGAT55. I.,,. %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS i VII and All Pi raw %  i innor I i in iAmi 11 %  ,.„... | %  i it i fled and n In i.i '•in any claims and di n w hi. %  v ou "i I' I tuti ol MAI lib i: Mll \TZ % % %  late "f Dade County. Florida, i" the Cin ull Judged id 11...I. Count: I file Ihe Mini, in duplicate and as Pn vlded in Section 733.111 Florida Statil'. -s. in their offices iii the Courthouse In Dade Counts I n nli i all ndni monthf from I time "I the firal publication he i c or th. name n ill i' barred Dated HI Miami. Florida, ihb das "l March. A.D. 1973. FRAN" "ES M II: AT/. AK Admlnixtratrix I'T v. Find i.nl.I-. al Ion % %  : ihln nol i in nth dn > • March, 1973, •Slitnx, HAYS .< (IHrXDWBRI! Attorney for Vdmlnletratrix. T \ il'is AIIIHII \ riulli Miami. Flni Id i %  IHI HavSald NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 12 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) N'i'llii: IS I'KKKI'.Y niVRN thai Ronald I llaron. Truatee holder _of County Tax Sale Certificate N" "T ; l iHHUed ill. i-t daj "i June, A I >. II>70, lm~ filed name In the Tax Colleetor office, ;ii"l Inis made application for a ,., x deed i" I" laaued thereon Saul Certiflriit. embnteen the following de,, ,i, v ,i propert> In the Counts of Stall il Florida. i"- ii: E T". fi "I VV is., fi .a S, of X". ol si: 1 of SE 1 of SR'j AKA i...i j Hlock 13, Truman City r R, Section 31. Township Soutl RniiKi l" Eaat, contalnlnu .-js ;i. i. more or Ii w, In Ihe Counts of I'.i'l'. Btate of Florida. The ..essmenl of aald property unl.-r ih. -..'.I certificate wan In the name l Mai > Jackaon i s.ii.l erl If lea ti ahall %  •• re•li-i-m. %  rditiK i" law. thi proplicil herein mil I" sold lo the lin.-li.-i bidder for cnah nl Ihe CourthoUM door on the Oral M lay in ih Ith nf April. 1973. w In. Ii !-" the 2nd das of April. 1973. al 10:30 Vl .. Dated i>-i> 27th day "t February. 1973 RICHARD P BRIXKER Clerk Cirruit Cout' Dade County. Florida r.v r P. i luldai rand D.C ,circuit Court Seali a 2-9-n ut.-. in their offli ee Courthoum In Dadi .vitliin si\ calendar m tlmi of thi firm euia %  i he .milw ill I., barred Filed HI Miami. Florida of February. \ D. 1973 > E< H. Sell AT/ AExecutor Find mil.I at Inn of tln.th, 23rd day "t Fi bruary ABE K' >SS Attorin v fi %  Eatate i"l N VV. i-'ili Avenue. Miami. '"UlllV 1 %  in •-. Florida, m Ihe I i. of, or i'. da v % %  1973 Fin. I "Shalom to Sprinq" is the theme of the Temple Israel Sisterhood luncheon to be held Wednesday noon in the Eden Roc Hotel. Seme members ol the committee are leit to right (seated, Mis Sidney Ratiel. and Mrs. loseph Rufiner, cochairman. From left to right (standing) Mrs. Joseph Bulbin. Mrs Morris Graff. Mrs. Harry Elson. Mrs. Jack Schilhnger. I Mrs. Men is Greene. Mrs. Louis Adler. Mrs. Anshel Rackoft I und Mrs. William H. Lee. Mrs. Howard Novell is Sisterhood president. Luncheon program will feature a musical revue with sinaer Napoleon Reed and company. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX OEEO Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 11 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) NOTICE IS HEKEIIY (SIVEN that ;...,., i,I I Baron, Truatee holder ol '"iintv Til* Sale Certificate No, 7.33 KMued th< i-i day of June. A.D. 1879. .as filed name in the Tax Collectnr'ti and baa mad., application ror i iax deed to %  laaued thereon. Said -. niii, .ii. embrace* the follow-In* deriheil property In the Counts' of Dade State of Florida. t"- it: E i-'i it of VV :::'." ft "f S%-84NE'.-SE'.-XE'i-I.eMi N 25 n AKA l."i t Block 12. Truman City I" II Section %  '.! Townahlp 53 South, Ranite i" Bast, containing: i more or leas. In the Counts of Dade. Btate "f Florida „ ..in. nl nf -:ii'l property undei Hi. cald certlficati WM In the name "i Arthur <" Pedlcan r o Edna Vnlt-iw aald certificate ahall hi releemed according i" law. Ihe property I,— rihed herein will he sold "• Ihe hisheid bidder f..r caxh al the t ourt' ..„.. door ..ii the find Monday In ih. month of April. 1973, which la the 2nd lav .-.i April, 1973, al U W V x rtait-d tin-'Till day "i February. RICHARD P BRINKEU. ,., .'it ull 'nurt, I I.I.I. Counts Florida Rs P F fluldMtrand D.C ,,-,,,„,, curl Seal) ., ,, ^^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 7S-4014 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE in the ma I % %  r of: Adopt ."ii of Minor Chlldrei by Stepfather. REORUE v\ VI OSTEIN. Pelll i V> I: N. ..i.i v |o I ii..u p i Box IJI" Meosiii Cyprua VOl', NEOPHVTtS KROCSSlOTtS, ,,i, herebs ntlfli A tha I ti Pi i tlon for Adoption has been riled In ihe above -MI,. I Court by OEOUC.E VVAI.DSTEIN, for Hi" ortoptloii ol tin iniii"! children, tnini.lv. Menelnoa !•• litnussii.ti.-. and Antil DroUBalotl*. and >-ou are herebs required In serve n copy "f your anasver or pleading t" ahow cauae why w Id Petition should i"-' he granted ui.n tinAttorney for Petitioner JERRY A Bl RN8 "• Cits Hank Building, Miami, Florida 33130. ami file the original nnawci pleading In the office of tl" lerk of the rircull Court "ii or befon the 28 das i.f Man h. 1973. If you rail t t do no, n Decrei will he entered gainst you granting said adoption. WITNESS nn hand and aenl Miami. Dade Counts Florida, this day "i Feh 1973 KICHARD P. BRINKBB ('l.-k "f i 'it. ttit Court I'.-i.l.v County, Florida Itv K. M KI88EE in-puti Clerk JERRY A. BI-BNS i Attnrnes for Petitioner ...i\ t iiv National Bank Building .Miami. Florida 33130 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NO. 73-3949 COMPLAINT TO QUIET TITLE NOTICE OF ACTION. CHARLES GKRTIJSU, nnd mi.PA QERTTJSR ltis wife. Plaintiffs. ALL %1 i~' Tin: HEIRS, DEVrSEES. LEGATEES, AND THE GRANTEES, i ASSIGNEES, IJENORS CCKPITORS. .TRUSTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS. CLAIMING BY. THROCGH, CNDER I <>|{ AGAINST CATHERINE BAR( BARA MacRAE, AI Si i KNOWN AS C VSSli: II MacRAE, DEt'E \SKI>. AND AGAINST All. PERSONS HAV1 ING OR CLAIMING ANY RIGH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EN thai the undendgi • 'I. dealting to i I *n uii.). r tl i. ARI.ENE ARMS APARTMENTS .1 215 3oth Sit.-, t. Miami Re :i h. FI I int. nils t*. register said name w i 'lerk "f ih. i 'In ult i "Utt "t Dade County, Floi da GARY ASSi "'i VTKS INC. a Florlrln corporation RS ll.it %  -. 'A Ite, Presldi t \. IHOII \i-, |dm P A Mtnrni • %  for nn v A--... int. -. Inr I 11 :r. k':n" (" %  • ... at-.Miami Bi... h. Florida 33151 2 23 :: i-9-lli IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-673 FRANK B. DOWLING III i:i: Kstali "I LILLIAN FEINBERO Heceaa. %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* H lug Claims or Demands Agali Sn I Estate: >'"U are herebj notified and retic %  I., in-. .. ai BUS 1.1.i-iand di which v..n mav havi agalnal the estate nl LILLIAN FKINBERG I i latt ol Dnde County. Flor It., the Circuit Judges of Dadi Coui I an.I file the samIn duplicate % %  I | provided in Si etlon 733.1*1 da %  Statute*, HI il'.it offices In 'inC u I is i 'nurlhouxe In Dnili Counts FI within alx calendar monthi from the time of the first publication hi n of, or ih. name will b.barred. Dated nl Miami. Florida, this I3tn ,i,,v ,.f February. A P 1973 MYIIA FELDOREUER AExecutrix i-'it-t publication of this notl i the "ih day of Mnn-h. I97S. GROVBR WEIN8TEIN STACBBR, P. A. Bv: 8HERWIN STAl'BEK, B8Q Attorney for Eatate of i iiii.-in Feinbenr. dee'd 3.10 Lin. "In Road :: ... I6-28-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVE> the underalgned, desiring to i ngnge n business under tin fictitious name nf LEN REALTY nl tan All Baba Avenue, l Ipa Locka. Fla. Intends t" reg later sai.l name with the Clerk of Ihe cit-.uti durt "i Bade County. Floi da. LEONARD PECHENIK :( 9-16-23-30 v 0f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undendgned dealrlng t" engage l* liusiness under Hie fictitious name ..f |.|tAl"i Pl'B al M53 S \V. RUl Street. Miami. Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of Ihe Cin ull Courl of Dade Counts. Florida, HY BVAL Miriam Beckernian Minrii'v f"t applicant is"-. S W 3rd Avenue Miami. Fla. „ ,, „„.,„ H* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage In i,ml, r Hi.fictitious name nl MARtiARET APARTMENTS lit IM1 I., :,..v. Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the i, ,i, ,,i the Circuit < ourl "i Dade County, Florida ... GARY ASSOCIATES. INC a Florida corporation r.v ll.it i v White, Pi ealdi nl KELSON .v. FBI OMAN. P A Attorm v for Oars Associates, Inc. 11 35 Kane Concourse Miami Beach. Fla, 831S4 n TITLE Oil INTEREST IN THE REAL PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, Defendants TO M.I. OF Till HEIRS. DBA ISEB, LEGATEES AND THE GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES. LIENORS, CRE1MTORS. TRl'STEES OR OTHER il MM ^NTS. CLAIMING FV. THROI'GH CNDER OR AGAINST CATHERINK.BARBARA MacRAE. ALSO KNOWN AS CA88IE B. MacRAE. DECEASED. VND AG VINST M I PERSONS HAVING "K CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITI E OR INTEREST IN" Till-: REAL PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, to Wit: Trad Nine (91 ol Bio. k I H e Hi of Section Thirty '" %  "' Township Flftv-seven (.".Ti South. Range Thlrtv-nlne (3"i Knt of MIAMI LWD .\ DEA*EI/PMENT COMPANY'S Suh-dlvl*lnn. according t" a man made by th< Blacayne Engineering Comnany C E and recorded In Plat Book S. oti age in |, the Office "f Ihi I I" rk ol the cii-.uit Courl In and for Dadi County. Florida You. and each ol you. are notified thai ." Complalnl m Qulel Title lo the abovi described properts hat heel filed ngalnsl you and v. u are reoulred lo serve n cops of your written defenses if any, m Charles OertIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 71-24828 NOTICE TO APPEAR BY PUBLICATION MILDRED BTRAl'CH, Plaintiff v s MASON MOSLEY, ., single man, 1 tefendnnt TO MASON MOSLEY. a slngli man (Residence unknou n i and l-:a.li ami all unknown persons, parties and defendants who claim by, through, under "iagainst Ihe afoi said .M VS' IN Ml I8LEY, B slngli n n, i whether as spouses, heirs, d -. grantees, assignees lienors creditors, trustees or otherwise us to each nnd I all of \vli"in i. siil. in • is unknown. and Each and till unknown persons, parties and defi ndantt as t" eai li ana :UI of whom resldei ce is unknown, having or claiming i" have any right, tit!.or Interest In or lo Ihe rolloi described property, which is Ihe sul led matter of Ihe above styled causa, X1 ',.t i. Block l. BI 'NCI il-: PARK. Rcenrdlna to Ihe p!a1 Ihi reof, is recorded in Plnl Book SO, al Page 20, ..r the Public Ri cords "f Dnde Countv, Florida. YOC. AND EACH OF TOIL are herebs notified that a Complalnl been filed bv Ihi abos-i named Plaintiff agalnal you nnd each "t" you to foreclose i mortgage on the aoovi described property in the above styled rause and vou and each "f vu %  >-herein' n nuln 'l lo ti'.an Anss tli.-Principals in luncheon oi Hebrew Academy Women honoring 4s. Emanuel Ungar as 'Woman ot Valor are shown at luncheon held at home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Schechter. From toft are Mr. and Mrs. Ungar and Mrs Nina Schechter. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint the undersigned desiring l< engage In i, r ii,,. ii. ti i..uII. .in. "i Tony and Barbj F i I Ions ..t % % % % %  • %  -. sit" i iii.ii.aii. Pla Intend i" regiter said name with ih.Cli rk i i the circuit. Court of Pad' County. Florida Miguel Gam Mai" t Garcea Ro-olfo Crrt/atu •a nuiel title. Dated nl Ml iml f lor I i dav ol February, %  ::> RU-HARD P BRINKBR, Clerk. Cin uii i p., i. RNEEDBN Charli i Gi rtl; r B \.;,.in.-v for Plaintiffs SSamV'i -IdaMIW •/SI I t-t-U ",::..id. rw Ise thi ID nmnlalnl vv ill be bV DONK -'"'I ORDERED al Ih ,-.!„„,,. Courthouse. Miami. Fsorlda, ""• aw, 'BBW



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Friday. March 16, 1973 +Jewist rtoridian Paqe 5-B Jewish Prisoners Meet 'Special Problems' -Hoffa Former Teamster president James MM frhfs neok t<*W an attentive audience at the YMYWHA >.f Greater Miami that "prison at best is dehumanizing, but for Jewish Inmates there are special problems.' Mr. Hoffa. parolorl on condition he did not return to leadership in the Teamsters or any other phase of the American labor movement. was the second speaker of the Y's American Value Series. Financier Louis Wolfson of Miami Beach opened the forum ; some weeks aeo with a report on "Is America Doomed As A Free Society.'*" \ Mr. Hoffa, describing sranh ically the procedures new prisoners eo through when entering correctional institutions, said. 'You are searched, delivered to receiving, your cl tthes are tak from you, you are fumigated. fingerprint d, mugged and quarantined. You realize that the first man you touch some one you never m<' mav be a murderer, rapist, hold-up :ri?n or somebody who smoki il pot "" He said "life aid death struggles may take place >'..,' a, single pack of cigarettes, | out the special need for man} types of reform in th entire prison system." But :< wish ini tates, Mr. Hoffa said, 'i %  ithi blems. Guards run up •''.:! down the hallway, saying to ( :, anoth What are we goinu to do With \i Kike"" Th, onelim reamsters boss said "if there is a irty Job, the .lew gets it. 1" there are bad quarters to slit-.) i:i. the Jew is selected. If thi is > way to put him in the 'hole' you can be assured he is put in." Mr. Hoffa noted that "Catholics and Protestants have full-time prison chaplaiiu Rabbis come in once a week, anj arc paid $50 for each visit." The former union leader said Jewish prisoners o-ten are denied the privilege of celebrating their religious holidays, and that guards take much of the special food sent by eitlu r< lath • or organizations lo Jewish pp.rs. Man; attending Mr. Hoffa's lecture were < %  %  ter Miami high school students and -hey participated i-' an i' %  •" qucstion-andanswer lession. ( ountj manager Ray Goode is the nexl speak the program. with a talk slati I March 26 which is open to the general public and inWHMKm*i a members < teenage clubs, according to Dr. Fred Witkoff. chairman of the publicaffairs committee. Myron Berezin. executive director of the YM-YWIIA. said the participation of Jewish youngsters 'is highly encouraging. The Y is j their institution and we solicit their further attendance and involvement in this series and other activities." The YM YWIIA of Greater Miami is a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and of the United Fund of Dade County. Highrises Fete Residents At Israel Bend Affairs Hy and Lillian Rubin will receive the State of Israel Scroll of Honor at a "Night in Israel" Joseph Dresler, Arlen Israel Bond chairman. House LOANS FM Remodeling and Jnlorging Homes. LOANS For Ktnovatmg Store Fronts. LOANS k! Home Mortgages. LOANS For Dental and Medical txpenses LOANS for Educational Purposes. LOANS For Automobiles. LOANS At Bank Rates PEOPLES DOWNTOWN NATIONAL BANK 117 N.H. fi'" *nu Miami Florida T.l.phone J7t-*l and AffiliolM Leonard Usina "c.rmon • the Board. MR. and MRS. HI RUM celebration at Seacoasl Towers North on Thursday, March 22, starting at 7:30 p.m. The program, which will feature entertainment by Eddie Schaffer, humorist, is sponsored by the Sea' coast Towers North Israel Bond committee. I Mr. and Mrs. Rubin have lived In Florida for the past 15 years and are active in many civic and community organizations. Mr. Rubin helped organize the Gold Coast Lodge of B'nai B'rith and j i has served as vice president and ; membership chairman since its inception. He was chairman of the CJA campaign at Seacoast Towers and has been honored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Rubin was a board number of Pride of Judea in New York for many years, and is a leader in the Eddie Cantor Group of Hadassah in Miami Beach. Israel Bond chairmen are Harry Herman and Max Weitz. The State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence Award) will be presented to Morris and Lillian Martel on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.. in the Arlen House, according to Ipni *>*0**i*> *<>• •'•***•* — JOANNE WOODWARD "THE EFFECT OF GAMMA BAYS ON MAN-IN-THE MOON The Paul Newman Production if the 1971 Pulitzer Prize mnn ", Scholarships To Brandeis Camp I\ow Available Scholarship assistance for college students wishing to attend Brandeis Camp Institute in Brandeis. Cal., will be available through special funds established by the Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress. The Annette A, and Joseph M Fine Scholarship Fund for Brandeis Camp Institute was set up to pay maintenance costs for eli'-'ible South Florida college students who wish to attend the institute. Supplemental funds have been contributed by American Jewish ] Congress members and chapter ; Applicants must be attending college, from freshmen to postI raduate students and should contact: Vosef Yanich, executive! director. American Jewish ConTWIN 1 0D 1 1 t*Of-*G CI"'M ANTHONY OUINN I IHTSTREEl I i %  .J I „.T tt ,K V l|-_| Mr. f HULOT gross. I A film by JACQUES TATI Purim Carnival Sunday At Lehrman Day School Noon Sunday is the opening hour for Temple Emanu-El's 11th annual Purim Carnival and Bazaar at the Lehrman Day School grounds. 727 77th St Miami Beach. Mrs. Carol Grecnberg president of the sponsoring PTA of Temple Emanu-El Day School, said the oneday fair will continue its record of being the largest in the city. In addition to the traditional rides, games and prizes celebrating the ancient victories of Mordecai and Queen Esther, an expanded bazaar will have a large variety of items for sale to the Purim Carnival attendees. Polyester fabrics and other items such as drapery goods, clothing and cake will be on hand for those attending the free admission carnival, Mrs. Grecnberg said. Working all this week at the North Shore Branch of Temple Emanu-El to complete plans for the carnival and bazaar were Mrs. Grecnberg and her committee. Among the cochairmen are 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. Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will join the all-day fun fair Sunday afternoon as the Purim spirit again captures Miami Beach. The Martels came to Florida from Pennsylvania, where they owned a food chain, and have been active in many charitable organizations, particularly Hadassah and B'nai B'rith. The "Night In Israel" will feature entertainment by Eddie Schaffer. humorist, with songs by l.ila Savitt. The following evening, Thursday, at 8 p.m. a "Night In Israel" at the Harbour House will honor Ellison R. Kosoff who. since his retirement from the manufacturing business, has devoted his time to philanthropies and civic affairs. Humorist Joey Russell will enter tain. Mr. Kosoff. who is also a writer on Jewish subjects and has published numerous articles, is active in the National Presidents I nib of B'nai B'rith. Temple Emanu-El Hebrew Academy. ZOA. Hatikvah Lodge. Freedom Lodge, and the Harbour House Men's Club. Harbour House Israel Bond chairman is Philip Kopitsky. A festive Dinner of state to celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary will be held by Kneseth Israel Congregation on Monday. April 9, at the K.intjint'blcau Hotel. The annual event, which is un| der yie auspices of the Greater i Miami Israel Bond Organization, i will feature dancing to the Stu Granger Society Orchestra and entertainment by Emil Cohen, the American Jewish humorist and raconteur. Now Showing Daily Continuous Performance from 1 P.M. New Show Every Friday LEON SCHACTER'S YIDDISH^ AMERICAN On Stage in Person — Music, Comedy, Singing & Dancing TH8EE BIG HOURS Of ENTERTAINMENT PIUS A FEATUkE HIM ATTRACTION DAIIY EARLY BIRD MATINEES Till 3 P.M. Phone 531-6202 CINEMA WASHINGTON AVENUE 13 Street A SM ASH HIT WORLDWIDE! The exciting, unforgettable singing, dancing and comedy of modern Israel. Former members of Israeli Army Entertainment Units RAVE REVUES N.Y..CHICAGO AND L.A. AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT Special discounts lor groups BOX ottice BEACH THEATER 426 Lincoln Road Mall / Miami Beach Tel: 531-6817 TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE: JORDAN MARSH STORES, ALLEGRO MUSIC CORAL GABLES. DOWNTOWN TTlCKET AGENCY. MIAMI NOW IN MIAMI BEACH LIVE-ON STAGE TUES. THRU SUN. EVE 8.30 P.M. WED...&..SAT. AAAT. 2 P.M. NOMINATED FOR AN ACADEMY AWARD BEST FOREIGN FILM" \> The unanimous hit of the 1972 Cannes film Fcstival-An Israeli love story you will never forget. ISRAEL'S I LOVE t YOU ROSA A Menahem Go'.an Production Presented by Peter Gettinaer and Oliver Unger. Written and Directed by Moshe Mizrahi (/.Ol.OR NOW SHOWING SURF



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Friday. March 16. 1973 • legist Th-jradficur Page SC Loveis the perfect home for your family. • i • • there's ni •: n .my i. mdo miniums thai love children. Sure. plenty of places take them. Pets too. Junioi gets his lie.id patted in the sales off ice and >'very body smiles. But soon something seems to happen to those smiles. Well at Shakei Village, we not only take kids and pets, we take to then And they love us back Maybe they love us b>\ ause of everything that's here tor them Like the paHy rooms, pic nic areas. B-B Q pits, supervised playg r ounds. guidant.> < ounseloi, Shaker Village Townhouse < o ndvminiu m ing -list'uctoi and all the plat es to play Maybe they low oi the v. ,, ... • il %  are to prole • ••' ii i theii parents ith security gates at the entrance and exit, steel doors with dead bolt locks and peep holes, wellit streets, fire hydrants and lire resistant exteriors and the full time lifeguard at the i hiidren's pool. Or maybe they just like us because they know we were kids once, ourselves Family Size 3 Bedroom, 2'A Bath $32,500 m moccon Another fine Call or visd our Sales Office 5601 W. development of Maccan Building & Construction Company. Inc. Commercial Blvd.. Ft Lauderdale / (305) 721 -3300 / Models Open Daily 9 5



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BQ9*4C *-Jmi^tfk>rktif*r ftadoy, March 16, 1973 Temple Menorah Piirim Carnival On Sunday The Parents Association of Temple Menorah will hold its annual Purini Carnival on Sunday. from 10 to 3 p.m. at the temple grounds. The carnival will feature booths. rides, flea market, cake saie and food. Prizes will be awarded to the most outstanding Purim costume. The Megillah reading, the S.-roll of Esther which recites the story of Purim. will be held at the Temple Sanctuary on Saturday, at j 7 p.m. Uroggers. noisemakers and hamentaschen. ihe Purim delicacy, will be distributed. JWV Auxiliaries Active In Dade and Broward The celebratioii of the Seder service is a way cf preserving the beautiful Hebrew tradition. And what cculd be more traditional for Passover than kr.cidlach icr matz-h cr.d chicken soup?. Ligh:-as-a-iea!her knaidlach ere made v ...i Tenters Peanut C.I, which is kosher c::d parvj :c: Pc S£ jver. Matzeh Sail Soup Set For Pssscver .. %  •• A ich n of "Fidd %  r • % %  Is %  | • I %  scl irasti r. Fish vvh i i : n ; lalta and %  > I m d i %  lly in Hasht ha rata f >i the i his wife: "1 i • • kna d ich." 1 it his m -y th< %  was a %  is knai I la h vva* It v i ; that I-" • • •: thn v th .. — nol tils! i sou Seder .' ..ison, j .i i ma> s d i ... ht cookin %  nut Oil .an rani in Jew shtyle [| is the most %  ibt i ate cooking i • I .'. iki tip the flai or ol other edients Peanut Oil' Vi'AAi Diamond Engaged To Leonard Nagler Mr. and Mrs. Morris Napier. 925 N\V 175 St.. announce the encage ment of their son. Leonard, to Nikki Diamond. Nikki is the daughter of liabbi and Mrs. Norman H. Diamond, of Daytona Beach. White Elephant Sale The Bal-Bay-Surf Woman's Corp of the Papanicoleau Cancer Research Institute will have annual white elephant sale and meeting on Tuesday ;.: neon at the Montmarte Hotel. All proceeds will go to the eorp for cancer research. Jewish War Veterans. Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliary groflps continue weekly activities in Dade and Broward Counties. Norman Bruce Brown 171 will hold its annual joint fund raising Treasure Dig' night at 8 p.m. on Tuesday at Pythian Hall. Ticket chairmen are Seema Lefkowitz and George Graham. Funds raised will SO toward the work the post and auxiliary do for the veterans. Murray Solomon 243: Auxiliary members will visit the Sunrise School for Retarded Children with gift clothing on Sunday. On Tuesday, a donation of coupons will be made to Cystic Fibrosis. Miami Beach 330: Will hold its donor dinner on Sunday evening, at the Flamingo Supper Club on 79th St Causeway. Bess Gibber is auxiliary president. Four Freedoms 402: Will hold its second nomination of officers on Thursday. March 22. at a noon meeting in the Four Freedoms Penthouse. President Rae Feinstein will preside. Victor B. Freedman 613: Will hold its business meeting at noon in Wednesday at the Hallandale Branch of the Home Federal, with auxiliary president Rose Hecht presid i. Hialeah Miami Springs tiSl: Kahn is chairman for the party the auxiliary will hold for adopted cottages 'The I rn and the Cnladftrm" on Saturday, at the Sunland Training Cent, r Auxiliary and Post will havi i joint installation of officers on Sunday evening at Temple Efereth Jacob of Hialeah. Mrs I... Young, incoming president, and 1973-74 officers will be installed. Harry H. Cohen Surfside Ba] Harbor "23: Will sponsor a games party for the residents at the Hebrew Home for the Aged on Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. Refreshments will be served and gifts distributed by Mrs Ruth Frank, I chairman, and assistants. Colonel David Marcus 746: Will hold a monthly birthday party for adopted* children at Sunland Training Center on Sunday afternoon. Each child will receive a gift. aid refreshments will be served. Betty Ott and Ann Trager are chairmen. South Dade Auxiliary 77S: | Eisenman. president elect, and 1973 74 officers, will be insti I by Depart merit President L Schoen i n Saturday at 7 p.m I the hon e of Evelyn ai I Ben ( KNAIDLACH (M.ivii BaUa) Oil %  .co'd M III ... 2 tr's .': %  | • %  i %  %  %  wati Heat Flat Peanut ; %  : %  nCl tender • %  %  i! !'. %  h< at. I wat^i %  • %  : • %  mtl! o nv • I • • ild in 'ovi r and hill in n •• >r ai I isl on I'• %  two teas] ""!-. nei ih e ir.to 1 an '. drop nto %  Covi r an I i i ik In bol liquid about 25 minutes. Servi with Mak about 26 mi BREATHTAKING WATER VIEW IlisIZfc RIGHT ON THE flM3Bll INTRACOASTAL pIMMil WATERWAY RENTAL APARTMENTS A'£"* %  ^eSKStf *'' .***;&, 1BEBBOOM111TW from S 240. S 260P, Mill 1 BEDROOM 1 'i HTN from 2BEBROON 2 BftTN from s 290, $ 335 IKHWti FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED APTS. AVAILABLE OCCUPANCY JULY, AUGUST 1973 Look what you get at no extra cost: Shaare Zedek Hospital's Prof. David M. 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What made it so unique." said '• deration president Robert Russell, "was the complete InformalFor several of the people there is was the first time they had mi' the Prime Minister. The occaE'n was made all the more rarnv '.able because she made us feel a though we were guests in her home." Russell was recently named chairman of the Jewish Agency's Housing Committee. CJ \ IFF campaign, presented the Prime Minister with a Shomer Am Yisroe! (Guardians of the People oi Israel) Menorah. „ _._, ... I The Menorah. awarded once in Federation presented Prime MmI ifetimp o CJA |KF Colltriblllor> of $50,000 or more, was inscribed: For group sales only, call 41.V25S4. ISter Meir with gifts on behalf of the Jewish community of Greater Miami. Mrs. Leonard Friedland. Women's division vice president for campaign, gifted Mrs. Meir with a Lion of Judah Trustee pin. 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Page 14-A + MeUli Hcrldttan Friday. March 16, 1973 DATflINf ISRAEL By CAM AtPIRT A New Link In A Long Historic Chain %  %  J^K-H IP l\ THE hills of Galileo is the town <>f Pekiin. Itp..;. datum o:' over 2,000 Is co rrposed i two thirds Druse, mm BOO Christian Arabs and about 50 Moslems and until lasl month only one J tt Ish When the Second Temple was destroyed the surviving Jews were uttered, Si me went to I e to Asia. "My famll; came to Peki'n." Vosef Zinati ti Id me y. "Our descendants have lv< ti here ever since almost uninterrupted Jewish settlement 'on this !, COO years ol history." Bui ih< n re only a few Zinatis left h a nily 72-yi it -> %  • I Y>.-cl is the last of the it .vould Pekiin. for the first time In its histoi: ft w ithoul Jews? %  • • lasl month by a i) : 1 yo in i >hiva stud nts. With all tl i ling to seti they tro I up to P I noui cod that thejwere the nucleusof renewed I ish settli rieni. They plan to establish a yeshrvai al the niv.iciit synagogue w-hVh : ha-been cared (or the Zinati family for generations. l visited the boys and found a must unusual nip For one thine;, all of them are :ram the United States. Until within tl*pasl year none of them had been religious. Many had been hippies. I found them engaged in prayer, in To rah study, rue; ly devoted to the traditional way of Jewith ifi H lor themselvcc a "branch" of the Diaspora Yeshiva located on Mt. Zion, Jerusalem. Their goal is to make the Pekiin yeshiva selfng, They iu>|)c to find employment in the %  hood as farm rs or teachers or whatever i thej can do, Bui in the meant'me they are :i>. .n. on hop ai I promis. and faith. E %  lack o if 1 '' ili lh ing acco nmodttion all them live in the one-room synagogue. 1 looked ind. In nake out bl ink t %  %  • esses i i icrs, prayer boolcs %  i.i Ta m l ki 'h n pots and pans, Yahr; candles, hoes and shovels, towels, suitcases and knsUMRCks, carpentrj and mason's tools, %  bigEksssssene < love < ton %  *sfMoh a p** WBS simm.-rms <*vn while the boys wen praying the Miruha services, I lowers in tin cans, boxes of detergent and a uitar, Thej have been promised help. The Ministry of Religious Affairs has encouraged them. Mrs. Ra -he! Ben-7vi, widow of the late President, has i their venture. The Departmenl <•'' Public Works has promised them water and proper • tricity. Someone is supposed to be trying to renl a coup.c "i apartments near the synago in which they can live properly, N se Zinati earns with joy al this assurance ; : t the hain cf historj in P k in i •" not be ; > oken. :lidan [hter, Margalit, is the real dynamo ichi n all It ishe who nags Isrn i ol ki an eye on the neighbors mothers %  %  tourists Vnd 1 disI il i .i • he ho ha I i e I th : %  V %  % %  'i J mi -n Ihi plan r Seymour B I it-hurt ti Book Review Literature And Prayer IT is SIMPLE to become rhapsodic about three new oi ks. The firsl two are volumes one and two of A History of Jew ish Literature hy Israel Zinberg, edited and translated from Yiddish by a renowned professor oi Jewish studies, Bernard Martin (Press of Case Western Reserve University, 512.50 each volume>. A word about Zinberg may he in order for many readi rs. I.-rae! Zinberg was born In 1873 in Russia, receivi .1 his doctorate as ;-. eh ni,a! engineer at Basel at the ,•._-, of 25, and then became direct >r of a large chemical factory in St. Petersburg. He h. Id this post for -10 years ami was arrested by Stalin in 1937 because he corresponded with scholars abroad. He was sentence il to confinement In a concentration camp in Siberia. While on the infamous prisoners' train, he became ill a:,d died in the camp hospital in December 1938, Ha was a ill %  • writer foi Jewish publications. At the age of 42 he had l> gun to compile the 9 volumes nhicii were his magnum i pus. He had worked upon them for over 20 years. The first of these is "The Arabic-SpanPeriod" which covers snchl giants as Ibn Shaprut, Ibn i ol, Moses and Abraham Ibn Ezra, Halevf, MaiI najoi and minor figun rom to thi 14th centi ond volume, 'French and Gi i lewry in thi Vliddli Ag and the Jew -h Community of Medieval Italy" will be followed by 10 further volumes, all of which cover more than a history of literature. Works on theology, philosophy, and ethi i rid book' ol eligious customs; history, legends, chronicles, and arc onlj irl ol the material discus* d. Zinwork is a history of Jewish thought and culti • Prof. Martin-, transition and editing an consumHe i vi lei the bri idth of his km His n lati i) ;i I 1 Iditional lustre to the volumes. Zin• B history i'probably the foremosl scholarly work evi product I in Yiddish." Intei pet ed with Uv autho itioi an i ef illustrative exrx?rpts from the works dis ussed and they contribute immeasurably to the richness ol the volumes. w> must praise the publisher for the handsome bindings which will also please inter! >r decorators. We have made no comparison between Zshberg's books and Meyer Waxman's six-volume "History of Jewish Ut-mture>." Nether -upercedethe other. Zinberg may be flawed in a few pCaCH but no man essaying a task of such magnitude l an avoid Some errors. Furthermore, history has made seme discoveries in the last few decades and these were not available to him. Hssddle Prayer by the distinguished English rabbi. I-otiis Jacobs iSchocken Books $101 is a book lor Hasidism and Mlthnagdlm. It presents a systematic study of the methods of prayer by s„me of the Hasidic sects. The chapters range from a brief history of Hasidi-m to preparations for prayer, gestures, melody, ecstatic and contemplative prayers to the prayers of the ZaUdik and Has%  kttc pravar in the Basponsa. Rabbi Dr. Jacobs' Ixiok should receive wide reading and study. It will be a source of enlightenment for the beginner as well as the initial.-! The Lurianic influence in the Hasidic prayers and the role of the Kabbalah is clearly explained by the author .New insights into the use of many of the prayers in the usual Ashkanazi -iddur are obtained, it would aid some of our aliens* l youth to understand what the Pole Ot the p.ayerin Jewish life is. Overseas Newsletter By Robert Sinter Kahane's New Role TillPAST KM.I., he tried without success to secui for Jews the right to praj at any time %  it Hebron's sacred Machpela Cave where the Jewish Patriarchs are believed to be buried A few months ago, he tried with a groun of his followers to affix a Mezuza on the Damascus Gate one of the mam entrances to Jerusalem's old City. The Israel Supreme Court agreed with the police, who argued thai an act of this kind was a breach of the public ord r. Now. Kahiii Meir Kahane and the Jewish Defense League (JDLJ that he leads are encouraging Israeli Arabs to leave Israel by offering them financial inducements. Thus r ar, the government has not stepped in. A tivities like these have helped Kahane and his followers to r ta n their controversial reputation, even alter the JOL leader moved to Israel and became an Israeli citi/en. Just as he managed to retain the controversy that attended the JDL, he has also kept violence as part of the living symbols ol himovement. Right now. he faces a possible indictment in Israel for alleged!) smuggling arms overseas to be used against Arab terrorists op. itii itsi! %  ilMiddle East, as well as for i ncoura ting the Arabs to leave. To talk with Kahane these days, one would %  that there were two JDL's, one that gets into the headlines ilmosl daily, and another perforn amatic work is his organization's most imilic's notice. In the pa-t few weeks, Kahane claims to have in a campaign in the Israeli schools, hoping to ir curriculum and jhelr thinking toward a l>pn iatlon or things Jewish. "Our main "-'' in Israel," Kahane told a small group of nigrants from the United States one eve' we k, "Is spiritual defense, not physical ense." This side of the JDL's activities has not • i reported In the Israeli press, i rt-wing sympathy for the Arabs has been so fashionable in Israeli schools, says the JDL leader, that Israeli schoolchildren have started to belie c in the extraordinary idea that Israeli nationalism may well he outmoded and Impractical. These same schoolchildren have turned againsl theeJewish heritage, especially as it is manifested in the diaspora, leaving them rootless and without the proper attitude to combat anti-Jewish feelings. The fault with the schools, according to Kalian.-, ithe intrusion of politics into the educational process. And. because the government is only marginally interested in religion, the schools are targets of a certain amount of anti-rolhiious governmental propaganda. Kahane speaks often these days %  • a group of Yemenite schoolchildren who upon entering the Israeli school system soon after •wiving in their new country, found that they were expected to adopt a non-religious way of life down to shaving off their side-eurls. and including giving up the obsei-vance of the Sabbath. Whi'e he is focusing the JDL's energies on Is< II schools these days, the image of an organization that condones and Practice, violence i, never far from tl,. .JDL and its leader. Rabbi Meir Kabane. Anybody, like the head of the Nazi Party m America, who s.avs that Jew, should be put i„ %  -.-as .-Lamb, rs. deserves ... he killed." Kahane savs without blinking an eye. A little later, he ad h the commeni acainsl violence that a three*o-.r 7" Produced: u h r,e is „o need for vio"• then even a liuie bit ol violence is not moral." 1 "it I ID Be*ween You and Ma By BORIS SM0LAR 'Exclusive 1 Clubs AM) Bl SIXES8 fl.rr.s plaj a very hnportin this countiy. li you are a member of a •' %  a broker's c'ub, an industrial club, orsimi'ar oth r lubs, your status iassured. So iyour career. By being accept. .1 into membership any ol these clubs, you _-et your chance to rub shoulders \itii men influential i:-. commerce and industry. You ar. makin nds with "proper" peo %  i You pie's up 'inside inl irmation" on what ibeing planm .1 in the world ..; '.mar..-. You develop Important contacts for your firm, Business transactions are often dis--• I and effei ted in such clubs during lunch or at a "drink.'' The importance i : being a member in a "respectable" club .emphasized by bankers and Industrial leaden to their executive staff In many cases, belonging to a "good" Cub plays an important part in being promoted lo a higher position. A membership card in a social!} known business club is considered thi besl introduction for e iple so< king to move up the career lad 1 r Many comi>anies consider it customary to provide then executives with the membership dues which the elul charge Corj -rations do it as a normal business exens. They ..n-ider it a good business investment to pnable their top-echelon staff members to invite prospective customers to elegant clubs, t.. socialize with them there and to make contact* which lead to the expansion of business. F< A Jewish executives, however, have the opportunity to l> nefil from this policy a v .pted by many hanks and corporation. The reason isimple: A many of these clubs are "judenrcin" they do not w to admit Jews ami m iers, no matter howhi h i position .. Jewish executive holds. The American .leu ish Committee always fC discrimination -has now begun to pay particular attention to the business clubs which refuse to admit Jew. inl membership. ,'-" ,: 1 "'''" ni out h> ti,.AJCon it % %  to major banks in the country and to 1.200 large coi .rations, urg•Wthcm t. ceas. paying duefor their executives in ; -^' oi so ial clubs that follow discriminatory membership practices, and to refrain fro of meetings there. The letters pointed oul thai mem ship in such clubs -is an important consid. ration in the rom lion of corporate executives" and thai a denial ol uch membership "has often impeded the ability of cor. porate executives t.> move upward." The AJCommittee pointed out to the corporations that any firm which is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer-working on government contracts is contravening the policy of equal opportunity if it provides company-paid membership for its executives in dlscriminatory clubs. t *JlT* f ,h hard cor( '" business clubs, which keep their door, closed to Jews, seek to justify their action l,v arguing that a social club is not a public Institution, and as. therefore, a right to practice a "selective system" in oecidin?: whom to admit. The resistance which some of the disciiminating c ubs are putting up under various pretexts indicate! that the AJCommittee fight againsl them is only at its beginning. Of the 1.200 corporations ,„ whom the AJCom te.. a.Mres.e.1 it ,,f with a plea to -,,.;, paying dues only abo, 300 have W far made their altitude e'ear. A Substantial number of requests are beinreceived by the •-'-"—in,-.nom banks and other cornoratlon* aixwt • mbershlp pulcies of clubs In theni„ ,i ties The comftirnishina them data from its "Oub IirformaUon which al this point ibts some 2JXO clubs



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March 16, 1973 ^JenistfJcr/cfXar Page 15-A New Megillah Brings Lrim Story Up To Date ly DAVID SCHWARTZ 1*2 JfO-lxJi Titteicrauhic .VfUi:yi Esther is anxious to keep the prices down, so she enters the cona holiday offering cst She wins thc first P !" ^she ••-.sons to help us upwards is the ncw Q ue *n. wards in life. About the same time, the King .. i appoints a new prime minister J\ K. I* Wl M Sa ,h ng i named Haman According to the „ K ^ 8 ,u n H R Midrash "* •" a *** ">• trade, •hu better than Punm. On ()nc d Mordecai passcs him and you have to make a sacndoes not ip hjs h „_ A barber does r vwlike !" o? nSvou In 2* likc J it *' hen he ls 0t l ipped I rad and stevcn Greenwald, 11th i i %  L V y I Haman decides to destroy the en-! „ ra( e % d to drink enough to be ; ire Jewish e => !" e Hebrew Academy, Mesivta Students Sweep 5 Awards Four students of the Greater Mi-. ami Hebrew Academy and the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High' School received awards and citations this week from the Dade County Science and Youth Fair. Honored were Sheldon Stauber and David Siegel of thc ninth; grade, Jan Cantor of the seventh ', He o distinguish between the .Yordecai and the wicked B Sheldon received a blue ribbon for a special award in mathematics and also garnered an excellent rapeopl Here we see the real evil of prejudice. It blurs the vision so that the whole group is blamed for It means quite a bit of drink-! one. Among his own. the man with { ting for his project on computers, %  p.r.king that quantity, you, prejudice is able to distinguish ., %  fcr.o. cannot drive a car. between thc individual and the Davi(l : ": no 1 an honorable men %  e lno telling what vou would group ,lon ln sc,encc competition and Mter so much drinking. You = —_. .,„ | Jan was presented with a $50 cash Blight mistake kiss someone 5lse's ;:e or. by mistake, your Own Th# spying goes that on Purim barber everyor is drunk except the were. druArl. The habitual drinker i spurns bottle mi that day. He finds i distinction in drinking I when jv none else is doing it. Here a possible clue for the : solution f the problem of alco holism. Alcoholics Anonymous ought t. niik into it. If they could persuad' their meniliers that it is always would end Some make li^lit of Punm on specious loiiinlv I'liev sa>. what is Ui joy of Purim compared to that tf fasting a whole day on Yomfcippur, and what joy can be gf%ter than when Ynm Kippur endsffco you have a double |oy, But &f Purim. you must have So Haman is going along successfully with a plan for destroying the Jews, but Esther intervenes and saves the Jews from the by a close shave, as it So a woman is the heroine of this great holiday — perhaps the I greatest of all the holidays. Was I Esther a Lib? This is the question. Thc answer, it seems to us, is i in thc negative. In the first place. among Jews, women like in Israel. can be anything they want. I soldiers. Prime Ministers. But Purim. their problems „ u re is anotllt r reason whv Eathe was not a lib. If she had been one, she would have taken the mattter up with ; the Persian Congress and probably the Jews would have been lost. But what she did was to invite the King and Haman to dinner. That was a stroke of genius The vote is powerful but mightiest some Hamentashen, which spoils L all is thc diIiner your ai elite altogether. ., r, .. And by the way, do you know, Newi uies,. im, of the greatt|)at Washin gton's three-cornered estrftne Jewish sages has said ; hffl js mo(lek (i aflc| th( threeghetti, and Linda Cristal of 'The prize for his science entry. Steven took home a superior ranking for his project on the genetic life of fish. Rabb Alexander S. Gross, principal of both the Hebrew Academy and the Mesivta. said the showing "again demonstrated the balance of our programs between Hebrew and Jewish studies on the one hand and general studies on the other." Channel 6 Will Broadcast Cerebral Palsy Telethon A shower of stars brings the 1973 Miami Celebrity Telethon for Cerebral Palsy to Miami Beach Auditorium this weekend. Aired live and in color over WCIX-TV (Channel 6) from 11 p.m. Saturday through 7 p.m. Sunday, the spectacular will be hosted by Dennis James. Comedian Paul Lynde. Alber that wh' :i the Messiah dimeand all Othir holidavs disappear \"' ""/"j""' ... n %  n have heard some say Purim "ill remain Punm really should h,' a world holiday not : alone for Jews It celebrates triumph over a universal problem — j prejudice Prejudice is the common cold of humanity. Sometimes it just causes fever and sneezing. But it may develop into fatal pneumonia Jews have been the special victims of the suffering it entails. Look beneath any great social disaster, for instance. America's j own Civil War — and at the botI torn there is this virus of preju; dice. There are different kinds, i religious, racial, economic, gee graphic, hut they are just different forms of the same virus. the world than to set apart a day to eat Hamentashen to memorial| ize • victory over this terrible enemy of society The Megillah tens us everything ve need In know about prejudice. Let us briefly consider the stoi It is tne land nt Persia It has a king n;i ned Aha-uenis. This is a pretty %  for anyone in politicower had a long name Inn hi not >. hei-ause people called ".'in Ike (inly rarel> docs a fellov 'villi a name like Ituther ford 1' %  -hard Ha.wnet elected Preald ; aid he. il will be re called. %  >> cornered hamentash.' Well, so 1 ; High C.iaparral. will make special appearances. CHOI El TORAH DAY SCHOOL THRIFT STORE NFfDS YOUR GOOD, USED FURNITURE, CLOTHING, APPLIANCES DISHES, POTS AND PANS, BRIC-A-BRAC AND WHAT HAVE YOU! rOR QUIK PICK UP CALL 759-4936 All Donations Tax Deductible •PROFESSIONALS IN Al'TO LEASING E0R0VER2U YEARS. • EXCELLENT Hou er. 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Page 10-B *Jewisiifk)rkttan Friday. March 16, 1973 letters to the editor An Appeal To Reason EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian I read Edward Cohen's column in the Jewish Floridian of Feb. 9. 1973, in which he begins — "The letter from Leon Ell, in last week's issue charging me with 'hate' for President Nixon was not up to my friend's usual calibre. I do not use 'friend' lightly here. I respect Leon Ell as a person, though 1 differ with his politics on most occasions. His loyalty to the Republican Party is a favorable measure of the man because it has not been easy, as a Jew and a Floridian. to have been a Repub appreciated his coming to see me very sincerely indeed." Does Congressman Voorhees' statement indicate any doubts or reservations about Mr. Nixon's sincerity, ability, dedication or character? Then why do liberals generally persist in hating and distrusting Mr. Nixon? Then why. Mr. Cohen, do you persist in hating and distrusting Mr. Nixon's intentions, determina tion and dedication to the welfare of our country? Isn't it about time lo search out the truth and acknowledge the leadership qualities, dedication. lican during the lean years Leon v j s j on an( ) untiring efforts in his Ell was so faithful." Then, he goes on to repeat the slanderous and false accusations against Mr. Nixon's supposed unethical campaign against Congressman Jerry Voorhees. I have delayed replying to his column, in order to restudy the specific campaign and consider the era in which it was waged, not only to be able to refute the charges, but also to show the cause for the dislike of Mr. Nixon by the liberals, and the reason for the repeated slander and accusations against Mr. Nixon during the past 25 years. Propaganda planted by the Communists, who were then in a favorable position to do so, as an ally in the war against Hitler, never forgot or forgave Mr. Nixon's part in pressing the case against Alger Hiss, which eventually culminated in his conviction as a Communist spy. We must remember that the average American of goodwill was well disposed toward Russia dur successful pursuit for universal peace, and his efforts in solving our domestic problems caused by our rapid economic and social changes? It is a little more than four years since Mr. Nixon took office and lets look at his accomplish ments. Just to enumerate a few: When he took office, our nation was plagued by industrial strikes: Internal schism of our nation 1 divided against itself: Sitdowns. disruptions and riots in our universities: A senseless war which had taken to Viet Nam 550.000 of our young men, not of his doing. (Parenthetically, his support of the war was prompted by his patriotism to show a united front against the enemy, and I sincerely believe that had there been a show of unity, instead of divisiveness, the war would have ended long ago. The enemy counted on our inner divisiveness to succeed in ing that period because Russia was obtaining a com plete victory.) our ally against Hitler but. subsequently, the American people were disillusioned by Stalin's butchery and subjugation of its neighbors and the persecution of our people. We know that the Communists are expert in disseminating hate propaganda against the free world and Mr. Nixon's efforts in the Alger Hiss case were no small reason for maligning and smearing Mr. Nixon's image. It would take too much space j to repeat all that transpired In the Nixon-Voorhees-Douglas campaigns to show that the vicious : accusations and lies against Mr Nixon are unfounded. We will let Mr. Voorhees speak in his behalf. Congressman Voorhees' book entitled "Cl nfessions of a Congressman'' says that he wrote a letter to Mr Nixon to give the beginning Congressman "any help you believe I can render." In his book. Mr. Voorhees later reported "A couple of weeks passed and I began to wonder whether Mr. Nixon had received my letter. Then one day when I came back from lunch he was standing there in the outer office. He, smiled and so did I. We shook hands and went into the inner office, which by that time was pretty bleak and bare. We talked for more than an hour and parted, I hope and believe, as personal friends. Mr. Nixon will be a Republican Congressman. He will, I imagine, be a conservative one. But I believe he will be a conscientious one. And I know I His initiative in pursuit of a universal peace should be praised and applauded by every thinking man no matter of what political complexion, even by the Communists. In his attempt to solve some of the domestic problems, he is conI fronted with a hostile Congress I not because of what he attempts in eliminating waste and mistakes, but strictly on partisan basis devoid of national interest. It is about time, my dear Mr. Cohen, to divest yourself of the built in hate based on vicious prop' aganda of more than a quarter i century ago, and I know that if | you apply yourself, you are | capable of seeing the truth. Mr. NiHOn's method of campaigning in 1946 might not have been to your liking, but is realistic I of political campaigns, and to I assuage your dislike for the cami paign material, I quote from Shakespeare — "It is a common proof that lowlyness is a young. ambitious ladder where to the I climber upward turns his face but when he once attains the uppermost round, he then to the ladder turns his back scoring the base degrees by which he did ascend." Unfortunately, it's common practice that, in order to reach the height, the candidate is compelled i to use every reasonable means to I attain it. Now for the Nixon-Douglas I campaign. It is true that on the issue of Communist subversion at home, the differences between Mr. Nixon and Mrs. Douglas were clear and total. Mr. Nixon became the key member of the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities and Mrs. Douglas had voted to ci off funds repeatedly, as Mr. Nixon pointed out. She voted 354 times with Vito Marcantonnio, a proCommunist Congressman from New York, i.e.. against the United States aid to Communist threatened Greece, Turkey and China. Mrs. Douglas accused Mr. Nixon by saying "Why this is nothing but Fascism on the march." There was an honest division of opinion that is not only legitimate in politics but necessary and the Nixon partisans accused her of being a tool of international Communism. In compliance with our Demo cratic form of government, it was put to the people of California to decide which policy to follow, and there was nothing unethical about the stand that Mr. Nixon took against the beliefs and policies of Mrs. Douglas. The voters of California chose Mr. Nixon's approach to international and national policies by a majority of 680.000. If there was any smear at all. it was the other way—Mrs Douglas accusing Mr. Nixon of being a Fascist. Any assertion on the part of the political leadership of California accusing Mrs. Douglas of association with the Communists, and of being a fellow traveler was never uttered by Mr. Nixon in any of his public or private utterances even though Mrs. Douglas accused him of being a Fascist. Time marches on! Conditions political, economic and social change from era to era. It behooves good and public spirited men like yourself to be able in retrospect to cull the truth and remove halos from undeserving men in history' and the truth from lies against our great leader who deserves our recognition and our appreciation. In the best interest of our great country, falsehoods must be cor• rected and images of political i leaders should be changed to conform to facts and I hope, my dear Mr. Cohen, you will act accordi ingly. Leon J. Ell President's Daughter To Talk For Council Mrs. Julie Nixon Eisenhower, daughter of President and Mrs. Nixon, will address the National Council of Jewish Women's 800 delegates and guests on opening night. Council's 30th Biennial Convention, Monday, March 26, at the Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach. %  • J Yes, 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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Pcge 2-C fJewist fki rJfon Friday. March 16. 1973 Hebrew Educators Honor Rabbi Azulay Rabbi Shimon Azulay, super vispr of the Hebrew Academj el Miami Beach, will be honored b> RABBI SHIMON AZULAY the Hebrew Educators Alliance .1! .1 n p in dinner March 25 al the Forte Towers Chairman ol the dianer will bo Rabl 1 Solomon Schiff, executive director <>f the' Rabbinical Associj ii 'ii of Greater Miami, with greetin be extended by representatives of the Jewish Pedera ti in oi Greater Miami, the Central Vgency for Jewish Education and tin' Hebrew Academy. Zahava Sukenik, new president of the Hebrew Educators Alliance, following IS years of leadership bj Rabbi Azulay, indicated that the proj am will Include presents lions l>\ the Hebrew Aeaileim chair and the Israeli Dance Troupe Guest speakei v. ill be Seen tarj K stone. Rabin Azulay, chairman of ih by the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem in 1939. holds a ttegraa in ehild psychology from the University of Toronto. While in Toronto, he was director of Camp Massad and the Hebrew Cultural Organization. He is the past educational director at Ramat Hadassah. the Youth Altyah Can \ in Haifa. Israel. Members of the banquet committee are Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld, Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brand is. Dr. and Mrs. Sol Center. Edward Cohen. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mr and Mrs. Nathan Greene, Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander Gross, Mi' anil Mrs. Abraham Grunhut. Rabbi and Mrs. Znlman Kossowsky, Rabbi and Mrs. David Lehrfleld. Also Mr and Mrs Ben Lernec. Mrs. Fran Levey. Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Liebman, Rabin Max LipschitZ. Rabbi and Mrs. Morton Malavsky, Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Motiansky. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ossip, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosichan. Rabbi and Mrs Sol Schiff. Mr. ;iiKl Mrs. Irving Seidal, Dr Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Mr. Mrs Levi Soshuk. Judge and Mrs. Sherwin Stauber, Rabbi and Mrs Julius Sukenik. Mr and Mrs. Manuel l"ngar. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Cnterman. Rabbi and Mrs Stanley B. Weiss, and Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Wiener. and and for the occasion HI Stale Richard locators division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJLA-IEFC, founded the alliance. "Jewish education is the future ol the Jewish people,' Rabbi Vaulaj said. "In the past several years, Federation's involvement in tbm area has intensified, For this reas >n Jewish educators are pledgII g an unprecedented support to Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Campaigns." Rabbi Azula) is presentlj the co ordinator of the Central \gencj for Jewish Education's Hebrew High School (a GMJF beneficial*) 1. and a vice president oi the Fedon of Hebrew Teachers and Principals of America Rabbi Azulay, %  %  : i i was ordained BBYO Subject Of Talk Bv George Jtotiii The Roney B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter will meet on Tuesday, at 1 p.m. in the social hall of the Roney. George N. 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Poge 6-B *3elsltk#idictr Friday. March 18, 1973 Judge Shapiro, Samuel Friedland Elected Judge Herbert S. Shapiro and Samuel N. Friedland have been reelected president and chairman of the board of Temple Emanu-El. *The two civic and religious leaders, were installed by Br.' Irving Lehrman, rabbi of the Miami Beach congregation. Sunday night at the annual election and installation, dinner-dance held in the Friedland | Ballroom. Judge Frederick N. Barad, chairman of the nominating committee, reported that Mr. Friedland and Judge Shapiro were the unanimous choice to serve together for a third consecutive year. Judge Shapiro is past president of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and a member of the national board of directors of the Israel Histadrut Foundation. He has provided key leadership for Temple Emanu-El as an officer Royal Hungarian Aids Successful Shalom. Shalom The Royal Hungarian Kosher Restaurant participated in Jordan Marsh's recent, highly successful Shalom. Shalom event saluting the forthcoming 25th anniversary of Israel's independence. Philip Weiss, owner of Royal \ Hungarian. personally demonstrated the restaurant's kosher food preparation during the twoweek salute to Israel presented by the .South Florida department stores. Jordan Marsh staff members who helped make the Shalom, Shalom observance a success, dined together with Mr. Weiss at the Royal Hungarian following the exhibition. and director for many years, and is a past president of the Miami Beach Bar Association. He was assistant county solicitor of Dade County from 1949 to 1953, and has •served as prosecuting attorney and as judge of North Bay Village. Judge Shapiro is a vice president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy and is past president of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, Florida region. He came to Miami Beach in 1942, and was an officer overseas in the U.S. Air Force during World War II. Mr. Friedland is president of Mount -Sinai Medical Center and a national leader for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Israel Bonds, United Jewish Appeal, Israel Education Fund and Brandeis University. A long-time president of Temple Emanu-El before becoming chairman of the board, he has served as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and as Florida ehairman for 'State, of Israel Bonds. Founding chairman of Food Fair Stores, he has been active in even phase of community life and is the founder of the Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El. Central Agency Purim Party For Ulpan Students On April 2, the new spring term Following their stay at Camp for the Ulpan classes will begin at Ocala. during which the owners of the locations listed above and at a A Purim party Monday evening at Temple Beth Sholom will highlight holiday festivities for the more than 100 adults studying in the Ulpan Hebrew Centers throughout Dade County in classes coordinated by the Central Agency for Jewish Education. The party will include presenta; lions in Hebrew by members of the Ulpan classes. Israeli singing and dancing, and Purim refreshments. The Ulpan Hebrew Centers, which are under the joint sponsorship of the agency, the American Zionist Federation, and the Israel Aliyah Center, are part of the national program organized by the Department of Education and Culture of the World Zionist Organization under the direction of Dr. Abraham Cannes. Dr. Shlomo Kodesh is director of the Department of Hebrew language and literature of the Zionist Organization which organized a series of Ulpan Hebrew Centers in Dade County. In the North Dade area, classes, for intermediate students meet at : Young Israel synagogue, and advanced students at Temple Adath Yeshurun. On Miami Beach, there is a class for beginners at Temple Menorah. intermediates at Temple number of new sites, including a special Ulpan Center located at the Vertex Travel Service where a room for Hebrew culture has been set aside by the president of the agency, Chaim Dromi. The Ulpan classes will issue a newsletter entitled "Bit 'on HaUlpan" (the call of the Ulpan) Editor will be Shula Ben-David, assisted by Ziva Bar-Navon and Dorit Shapiro. Serving as coordinator of the program is Rachel Abramowitz. Study sessions, a program by Shlomo Carlebach. sinsring. dancing, and a Havdalah service highlighted the Judaica High School Shabbaton-Weekend held for more than 130 teen-agers this past week under the direction of the Central Agency. Weekend theme was Your Questions and the Jewish Answers." Study sessions were conducted bv the educational staff the camp, Moshe Waldman and Coach J. Irvin Montgomery were present to provide services, the teenagers spent Sunday afternoon at Disney World and returned to Miami at midnight. Drink Sanka For A Good Night's Sleep It's the smart holiday hostess who assures her family and guests a good night's sieep after a beautiful meal — by topping it off with Sanka Coffee. Sanka is the original caffein free coffee and is still 97 per cent caffein free. Still full-bodied. So you can enjoy cup after cup that included Rabbi and Mrs. Euof delicious Sanka coffee (without gene I.abovitz. Rabbi and Mrs. Dan Landsman. Mrs. Shirley Gross. Shlomo Carlebach and Marty Listowsky. The weekend was under the diEmanu-El in the morning, an advanced class at Temple Beth Shorection of Abraham J. Gittelson. lorn, and a special class at Beth associate director. Rabbi Shimon Sholom for parents. In the southAzulay. hi'4h school coordinator.! west area, intermediate students j and Herbert Zvi Berger, executive meet at Temple Zion. director of the agency caffein bitterness) throughout the holidays. And it's good to know that Sanka is also Kosher for Passoxer. Look for it at your grocer's in three convenient forms: Freeze1 Dried. Instant, and Ground. — ST Judith Herman AJC Coordinator Guest Speaker The Greater Miami Chapter. American Jewish Committee, is holding an open executive board 4linncimc*trn


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March 16. 1973 Jenistnrridirtr Pag 11-A idians Among 105 Students Israel For Torah Judaic Classes 6ra•; %  ial •' ill iic Studies program, sai )'. .' !ii Mal'i 11 Oalinskv. der-ut;. (IT.". i,. acc.imuanied the {(ton;) 'il i"' > nen and 37 men to I-rai! la-l .1. iilh. Participant* were selected from the graduating classes of the Hebrew Acad 'my and Mesivta here and from other schools in New York. Elizabeth. N.J.. Chicago, St. Louis and Boston. There aiv %  •"> teen-agers from 15 Yeshiva and Hebrew high liools throughout the country 20 student, ii. .il the Teachinstitute ol Ycshiva Unlverin Ni>. York I ty youn women will particl :< %  In the Teacher Training and laic Stud> programs of Jeru rai's f; ild i 'ollege for Women, enty-fivo \ iung men will ent in studie* in 'hiding T i e. .Tewi-'i Philosophy. Historj Geograph) ol Israel, and Heir language and literature at %  rusnlem Torah College. Mr. Mor. pnstern said. An additional 30 students, 18 and ':'_' men. will join in vork-studj program at Kibbutz cm Zurim ol the Bnei Akivn tilth Mot i • %  its, in Israel'Shall region Soviet Denounces AJCongress Kit The Kremlin has denounced as "anti-Soviet propaganda" a briefing kit for travelers to the U.S.S.R., subtitled "How to Find and Meet Russian Jews" — pub lished by the American Jewish Congress. The propaganda charge was contained in an article entitled. "Boomerang of Zionism." published in the Soviet weekly New Times The Soviet journal is published in seven languages, including English, and i. distributed around 'he world, Phil Kaum. associate executive director of the American Jewish Congress and co-author of the 32 oage manual, said the New Times article had "totally misrepresented the purpose and content of our briefing kit." In publishing the briefing kit. he said, 'the American Jewish Congress expressly warned readers against any conduct that could possibly be construed as illegal under Soviet law. or as provocative in terms of Soviet policy." USY Seeks* Aides %  For Tikvah Class I Teacher's aides, boys and girls. are requested by the ''nit"' 1 Svn. j agogue Youth for their Tikvah program, ace'drtfrrrg to director Marshall Baltueh. Those interested in aiding the project in assisting Jewish residents of a state training center | for the ri tarded are requested to I contact Mr. Baltueh at the North Miami Beach office of the United Synagogue of America. He said a special Sunday school class instructs residents, ranging in age from the teens to the fifties, about Jewish holidays and prayers. Occasional vi.-its by a rabbi must be supplemented by teacher's aides. Mr. Baltueh said. B'nai B'rith Takes Youth To Task For Not Voting In'First'Election 'Habits Affect Health' H. Jay Dinshaw will speak on "How Your Habits Affect Your Health" before a meeting of the American Natural Hygiene Society. I Greater Miami Chapter. Tuesday i evening at Washington Federal. I 1133 Normandy Dr. WASHINGTON The B'nai B'rith Youth Commission, po'.icymakii'g body for the world's largest youth organization has sharp-] miawion !.. uitlcized non-voting American' youth for "not practicing what thej preach." "We are shocked at the revela, tion that only 40 per cent of the < ligible voters in the ages IS to 20 voted in the November elections.'' resolved the commission at itannual meeting held here. "For years, the youth of this nation have demanded and the nation has approved the right ,>!" young people to part'clpate in tin d n ocratic pro e -. Now it apiiears thai American youths are guilty of what the\ have found wrong ith the 'establishment' not practicing what they preach." The commission directed the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization to emphasize votet education programs both tor Its members an I the general youth community and i"ed for an intensified effort to register all eligible youths for the next c lection. In another resolution, the cornnoted that this is the "Oth anniversary of the Jewish uprising in the Warsaw ghetto, when Jews resisted Nazi attempts to deport thim to death camps The commission said that the holocai it, when Nazi Germany tried to exterminate Judaism, is one ol the central events in history. It called upon all school >-lerr.s to "recall for the world tho honor.-, ol the holocaust, to dispel the myth that Jews submitted to ih, daughter without hero! strug%  les, and to remind mankind that we are not in nune to a repetition .i! tins m >i tragic episode In modi i n h story. Night Party Saturday Single Parents of Miami Beach will have a party Saturday, 9 p.m.. at th" Coiun.jus Hold. 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Friday,. March 16. 1973 m ^ IFHV'C/n-rridUmn Page 7-A NCJW Convention To Honor Gov. Askew, Dr. Prinz Here Contiiffir-'d from P )lK ,. l-A life ir.^. -*ww Center. Council Thrift Shop Ware house and the Greater Miami Section'* offices in the Federation Building. The Tour Guide committee includes Mrs. Betty Greensnan, Mrs Audrey Goldstein. Mrs. Judy Gilbert. Mrs. Nanci Goldstein, Mrs Mikki Futernick, Mrs. Doris Rich, Mrs. Ann Sheldon. Mrs. Helene ferger and Mrs. Bea Kazan. Script committee includes Mrs. Nanci Goldstein, Mrs. Rose Bottfeld, Mrs. Marilyn Cohen. Mrs. Myrna Loman and Mrs. Ann Sheldon. Mrs. Elaine Bloom is president of the Greater Miami Section's 2..".00 members and Mrs. Vera Kes sler is cominunity services vice president. Serving as chairman of the "Workshop on Wheels" is Mrs. Elinor Cataman. Mrs. Reva Wexler is national convention chairman. March 27 a "Council in Israel" luncheon will hear Dr. Chaim Ad director of the National Council of Jewish Women's NCJW Center for Research in Education of of Education of the Hebrew Uni versity of Jerusalem. The NCJW Center for Research in Education of the Disadvantaged will be celebrating its fifth year of existence and its first as a permanent institution in the Hebrew University School of Education. Dr. Adler. who will fly here directly from Israel, is a world renowned specialist in the fields of sociology and education and has written many works, published in | both English and Hebrew, dealing 1 with both topics. He serves on the steering committee and as chairman of the Subcommittee on Informal Education and Community Developments of the Prime Minister's special committee on 'Youth in Distress.'' At the 1!>"1 national convention in Detroit. \T.IW pledged SI million to establish the NCJW Center for Research in Education of the Disadvantaged as a permanent Ininstitution. The center, which will carry will be housed in' two "wings in the complex of the School of Education now under construction on Mt. Scopus. • 8> irOl' con he SURE of the Bt ST of Todd 9 BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER NOW SHIPPING FLORIDA'S flNtST fKUIT BASKETS I GUIS 2164 PUNCE DE LEON Coral 5nbl! Tel. 448-5215 NN^<^^AA^^vv^AN^^>vvvvv^A.^^Avvvs<^Avvv^^^^vv>v^*^^,^ > TWIN CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE WONTS FURNITUR! TOPS ANTIQUE AND FRAMED MIRRORS 1220 I6in St., M.B. Plate & Window Glass Replacements Visit our Showroom (Corner 16th I Alton) 673 2967 f SYSTEMS FOR SECURITY, Inc. ^\ ALARM SYSTEMS JACK SCHENKMAN pnrvDENI IV.lM.lr. (BURGUW FIRE HOLDUP) Certified I ndcrwrilers Laboratories Vpprmcd Central Station lor • CENTRAL STATION DANK SAFE^ nnd VAULT BURGLAR ALARM • CENTRAL STATION MERCANTILE PREMISES BURGLAR ALARM • CENTRAL STATION MERCANTILE and VAULT BURGLAR ALARM • CENTRAL STA COMBINATION MERCANTILE PREMISES BURGLAR ALARM • CENTRAL STATION PROTECTIVE SIGNALING SERVICES FIRE ALARM • FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVED CENTRAL STATION W£? WOW CAW PROVIDE ALL CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY YOUR INSURANCE AGENCY and THEIR UNDERWRITERS CENTRAL STATION Located at '010 N Wit *.;'._; MIAMI, FLA 1JI4J 0 Phone 633-6573 DR. JOACHIM PRINZ DR. CHAIM ADLER Dr. Lciiriiinii Guest Speaker At JHA Affair Greater Miami Women's Auxll iary, Jewish dome for the Aged. D mglas Gardens, annual building fund and life membership lunch ion will he held on Tuesday noon, al the Algiers Hotel Mrs. Sol Silverman, building fund chairman, will welcome the guests, the invocation will he given bj Mrs. Helen Merman, life member chairman, and Mrs. Lawronce Silverman, auxiliary president, will extend greetings. Program chairman. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, will present Dr. Irving L hrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI and president of the Synagogue Council of America, who will address the assembly. If you are a Male" whose Age is: 73 years 77 years 80 years 85 years 90 years The Histadrut Gift Annuity Fund will give you an Annual Lifetime Income of: 8.5% 9.8% 11.1% 13.9% 18.2% SAVE UP TO $2.25 EVERY TIME. If you dial your own long distance calls direct after 5 p.m., vou can talk to anyone in Florida for 3 minutes for only 75C.or less clus tax Which saves you $2.25 over a Person To Person call. The SI is even lower all day Saturday and up until 5 p.m. on Sunday. Here's how it works: H MAXIMUM EVENING RATES QQ[) /0V Station To Station (Operator handled) $ 125 Person To Person (Operator handled) $ 3.0O I N g'JSi ui's. wc.iijch(id to •ih.rdnun.Dtr. ^^ Slwitasmik.Dialtong*stmtiai|lit @SouthernBel 60%—85% ot your Annual Annuity Income is entirely free of Income Tax The HISTADRUT ANNUITY FUND Operates '• %  • %  with the regu at.o'.s of the New Vcrk State Dtpa-f-i"",t it mainta I % %  • reaemee n the United States *.t" the Chase Manhattan Barn serv.'ig as dan The Histadrut Annuity Fund helps you To help yourself while helping Israel! For more information fc*nd thts coupon Israel Histadrut Foundation, Inc. J20 Lincoln Road. Suite 38^ Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 Telephone: 5318702 Gentlemen: Please contact me concerning the HISTADRUT ANNUITY FUND.



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Friday. March 16, 1973 +Je*is§i nurktkan Page 7-B A* Judge Rhea Pincus Grossman and Rep. Gwendolyn Cherry are sponsors of the Cherry-Grossman annual awards "forunsung heroes of the community, that is wives of successful candidates in the 1972 fall elections." The spouses will be honored Saturday at the Promenade Restaurant at Miamarina. •k £ -to Charles W. Nordwail, executive director of Jackson Memorial Hospital and County Manager Ray Goode have announced a full, two-year accreditation for Jackson by the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Hospitals. This is the maximum period any hospital may receive. %  ft to to Gary Robert Schwartz, son of Miami Beach publicist Gerald Schwart7 and Mrs. Schwartz, has made the President's List of the University of Florida for the third time, indicating a 4.0 average. Gary, a senior majoring in psychology, will do graduate study in clinical psychology. a to The Arthritis Foundation, Dade County Division will have a representative from the foundation at the 163 Street Shopping Center, Saturday, from 11 to 4 p.m to The Judge Rhea Grossman awards will be presented at a noon luncheon Saturday in the Stateroom of The Green Dolphin Restaurant. The awards, i resented by Judge Grossman and Rep. Owen Cherry, will be presented to women behind the scenes in last year's elections. to to a Wives of Miami Dolphin football players will be featured as models in a charity fashion show and luncheon March 20 at the Playboy Plaza Hotel. Proceeds from the fashion show, sponsored by the Dade County Osteopathic Medical Auxiliary, will benefit the Dade County Association for Retarded Children and Osteopathic Research and Scholarships. to to to Rep. tiaine uoraon (D., District 98. North Ddae County) has been named to three committees in the legislature which reflect major interests stressed during her 1972 campaign. She will be serving on the judiciary, elections and health and rehabilitative services committees for the House. Menorah Angel Ball launched On Yacht Temple Menorah's angel ball was launched at a yacht party hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Kasden. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Robert L. Siegel, president of I I Temple Menorah, met with a group of parents to explain that the ball, to take place at the Fontainebleau I Hotel on April 29, will be the only : fund raising function for the Menorah Day School. Also aboard the yacht were David Kasden, Mr and Mrs. Jack 1 Siegel. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Timor/'. Fred Hacker. Marvin Greenwald. Mrs. Freida Sv-gel, Mrs. Rachel Abramowitz. Mrs. j Rcva Friedman. Mrs. Glenda Kas den. Marylin Baron. Edith Greenwald. Barbara Lewis, Myrna | Hacker. Paul Kasden, and Ronald I Baron. Israel Day Rally Set For Beach Plans for the May 7 Israel Independence Day celebration in the Miami Beach Convention Hall were to be drafted Thursday afternoon at a meeting of leaders of the Americas Zionist Federation. Mrs. Milton Green, national vice president of the AZF and president of the South Florida Zionist Federation, was to preside at the session in the Zionist Federation office, 605 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. Gerald Schwartz, general chairman of the rally expected to at tract more than 9,000 persons, was to present a preliminary schedule for the areawide observance of Israel's 25th anniversary of statehood. Tickets for the program, which will feature entertainment and talks by national and Israeli leaders, may be secured from all member agencies of the Zionist Federation. More than 18,000 persons belong to Zionist organizations in South Florida. Mr. Schwartz said. 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